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 23, 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: VID00218
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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City Ends Year In Black ,.

r valorem land clearing liens $1957 additional -
The City of Venice did the the street improvement account -! budgeted in 196384. This was case taxes broughtin .

greatest dollar volume of business $173,449 in the waterworks the road and bridge tax for taxes. Delinquent than budgeted, Building permit feet were {
which in estimated receipts $12,268 i
in its 33-year history during account, $43476 in a $13,000 Actual while interest and penaltieswas $2253 more than anticipated;
the fiscal Just past combined airport and trailer was budgeted. the Florida Power & Light
y year the budgeted
b $3,565 over
received last was
in amount year
account, and $437078 .
and still managed to wind up park franchise brought in an .ddit'i
the debt service account $12,707,.,or $292 less than expected figure
more than $50,000 ahead of Cigarette taxes netted the ional $2852;. fines and forfeitures

r estimated receipts in the 1963- Anticipated RevenueIn fund income Other. items exceeded anticipated -I city $11,422 more than estimated $767 more; and miscellaneous
the general ,
64 budget. income by amounts ranging in the 1963-64 budget, occupational $4888 additional
failed to
to t4a "Not only have all budgeted from only one source to nearly $14,000 in the licenses $1,480 more, (Continued OB page I)
meet the anticipated revenue up
items of income to new
w heights." said City Clerk Harry f'
fra ;,dti I, W. Hager in his annual report -

to the mayor and city

council, "but the city's services
have kept pace with the *y

population and construction increase -
Hager went on to note that
while the main project of the ,

year was the $566,000 water expansion -

program, several other \

TODERNESS-SEEKERS THESE DAYS her guitar outside one .of the many varieties improvements also were "sin a

irt replacing Omar Khayyam "loaf of of camp facilities while Joyce Van Pelt, nificant and noteworthy"These I
tilted with hot breads whipped up on their center, is inspecting the threa-hurller. stove Included, according to
stoves and "jug of wine' with a guitar Dr and Mrs Frederick Strammer have recently Hager's report, the beach pavilion
tot song tests Camping is becoming big added to their equipment Mrs Stram Tarpon
downtown park.
mss and Venice area residents are trekking mer is on the right. See camping story, bridge and the several
ing lot, along with \
to\ the hills solo and in combined-family page 9. "less glamorous" Improvements -
parties. Above, Margaret Steele sits with HI

Efficiency Noted

DELAY ONLY TEMPORARY "A number of worthwhile Innovations -
have been made fai

the city's offices," the report
goes on. "Internal audit con-
Causeway Bids Rejected trol has been a goal for a number -

of years It has developedInto el t,, r

an efficient" system W1.L. .."' ...............
construction of mission said the delay would lion Co and Graves Construction "We believe, the report officers and directors are, from left, Harry Keel,
Contract for continues, "that adequate controls BUILDERS INSTALL Don Heath, third from left, Other new
la causeway across Lemon BayI'.as not affect the construction Service Co The temperary are now maintained on HOME president of the Home Builders Assn. treasurer, Chet Mayer, vice president; Heath; Rohlwlng;
been held up temporarily schedule causeway will be used after practically every stage of the was installed as new annual banquet and dinner-dance Monday Jack Ham, secretary; Bob Hamilton, director, and Harry i I
dismantledand at the
decided by the commission the old bridge Is of Venice associate members
I by the Sarasota County Com It was that when the work is during the construction of accounting procedure Another night at Myakka Lounge, Presenting the gavel to the new Drehouse, director representing "
mission. has been
I advance
important Rohlwlng, immediate past president
is Harvey
The commission rejected authorized the county would the new one. made in establishing various president \

I bids Tuesday because of an, ir1 ,- furnish the 60-Inch drainage, stalking funds and sinking fund h ,
regularity In one bid. The aoluon pipevnUwr than-the-contraci If Water's Dirty reserves for the waterworks ARNALL TELLS OF CONTRACT STATION PLANS / u .

was taken on recommendation A graph was Included in the
of County Engineer tor.Bids were submitted Tuesday Here's ReasonWater report to show the present
Charles 0 Morgan. The com- by Wlnn-Warren Construe. status of these funds. I

Works Supt. John Hager added that, with the. Postal Facilities Assureddocumentary \'I
Sobosky warned all water cooperation of two local depositorles

Wilkinson/ NamedTo users In Venice this week a concerted effort
made to increase the
that starting next Monday, has been
stamps' and migratory ,
July 27, all fire hydrants and city's income by depositing Residents of South Venice branch has not been made public contract branch of the Veniceoffice
water mains In the city will surplus funds in interest bearing postal facilitiesat as yet, Arnall said, since where letters and parcels bird stamps" '"l
1 .m. time deposits "This," said were Department may be mailed and where The postmaster explainedthat
be flushed starting at P the new South Venice Contract the Post Office the outside 1
the building on
Hospital PostThe each day during that week Hager, has resulted in a sub- Branch Station equal to has not processed all the bids 100 post office boxes will be will read "South Venice Post '
and lasting until late In the stantial" amount being paid the those offered patrons at Venice received. but it will be in a available on an annual rental Office" and the cancelling 5. ,}

evening citv with three minor exceptions, convenient location to serve patrons basis will also read "SouthVenice :.
employment of Jack This Hushing will stir up The annual report shows. by Postmaster J. Douglas Ar of the South Venice.Venice In addition, general delivery stamp ."
loose sediment In the $148,149 on deposit in the general Gardena area he said mail will be delivered, mail
Vinkinson\ as superintendent of any nail Monday night in a talk at Arnall pointed out that from
plant operation at Venice HosPtal water and he advises all. fund account at the close the South Venice Civic Alan He said it will not be an independent wll' be registered, packagesmay time to time the Post Office
of the fiscal on June 30 valueup
laundry for
housewives to do their year be insured
office as some
was announced today by hall post has been criticized
In the mornings to be Other city funds on deposit at I for but a to $200, certificates of mailing Department
Ronald T Hanson, hospital the end included $34951 The exact location of the residents had hoped small (Continued on page 2)
+dmimstrator. on the safe side year will be issued a
fee as legal proof a letter or
In announcing the appointment FIFTH IN A SERIES package has been mailed, certified WEATHER ,
Hanson said: I service guaranteed and a

'When the present building record kept for six months fora High Low Rain

Program is completed our phy I small fee, and special handling JULY 15 94 74 .21
sical plant will be valued in ex s A Coursean guaranteed on parcels giving JULY 16 92 72 .10
aeeof one and one-half million VHS Beefs Up Commerce faster delivery than parcel JULY 17 89 72 1.12

dollar. When the fmal Increment post JULY 18 112 11 .60 I
Is few I JULY 19 93 12 .18
completed within a services not avail-
years, we should have a plant i DAVIS, principal, which the students are Justly transcribers, and adding machines on-the job work training able The the only postmaster said, will JULY 20 91 73 .23 '
E. are ,
JOHN At we
By '
valued at more than two and _i proud. Any person taking the program. of international JULY 21 91 74 .02
A the issuing
School at
High to place
; Venice
one half million dollars. The business department will course would at least be orders and the sale of Rain for month 2.84
"In consideration of this fact \ TIAiIJACK The business, or commercial, move into new quarters in Sep. with the operation of at I (Continued en page 2) money

and the fact that the equlp- department of Venice High tember of this year and a Coordinator least this many machines and
Tent contained therein will be School has always done a good of Business Education would therefore be better able '
extremely technical, it becomes WILKINSONin job of preparing students for will be added to toe faculty to fit into any office where this 1

evident that a man of jobs in the field of receptionist, Besides stenograph, which knowledge was required for ___ tGf
Wilkinson s background will the engineering department secretary, typist, filing clerk, was added to our curriculumlast their job' With the use of the F s te r
Oil al real need" i at Dupont and later became. etC. This can be attested to by year, there will be a better I.B.M. bookkeeping machine a r 7i
Wilkinson Is a graduate of self-employed in the construction the number of graduates we course offering in business graduate could enter this department r

watt Institute, Brooklyn with business for several years.. now have working in these machines, in office practice of our banks with f
a degree in industrial chemical More recently he has been employed areas It is a department of and services, and in personal confidence .
engineering. He was employed at DeSear's cl appearance and personality. Mrs Chable and Mrs. Hodges

t"" .. ,'""'I .g 'ff "" .r, ,....... .:!. } : ""' Last year we put in a bust will still be the will business have
." t
n- ""' ""' 1" 1"7" : : r1l. >.tI \ ... ness machines course with teachers but they
very limited machines, but I help from Mr. Lawrence Rirm, ,..
with the full cooperation of our coming to us from Hillsborough
local banks This year we will County He will be teachingthe

add a bookkeeping machine, an stenograph, assisting with
electric I.B.M. typewriter witha office practice, and will be
and placing business students in
key punch) attachment,
of business in
Dictaphones, various places
will be able to use

1st National Tops

Coast's New Banks


l The First National Bank of I state, the University Nalonal

Venice ranked fifth in the state Bank of Coral Gables. '

I '...... ut in deposits in Florida out of 42 in new 1963 banks and the Among West seven Coast new of banks Florida on, '

,' topped opened banks, the Including list of two West in Coast Sarasota First deposit National of of more Venice nearest than showed com-$1- .. : . ;, '.1' ,W' II 1:

million over
t I' and National one in Fort had MyersFirst $5,043,000 petitor, the American Bank of WORLD'S FAIR--, THE-- HARD WAY. From ber of Commerce it a noon luncheon at the \

f in deposits at the close of business Sarasota with $4,040,000.Nation St Petersburg to the New York World's Fair Venice Yacht Club They will travel down the : "
I "" June 30, to come in fifth Commenting on First of approximately West Coast of Florid, serve the Interstate '
,, !: {"Ntm "" behind banks In Miami, Lakeland al'. high rating, President on water skis, a distance ot this of canal to Lake Okecchcbee and back uo the inland I' i i
be goal
had this to 1,500 miles, will the
C Payne
William In
i Hlaleah and Coral The adventuresome crew I" "ll
tit )r", ._............ III.";:r .- National Bank of say "Both Chairman/ Young- water ski enthusiasts. The skiers will leave waterway Outen Bobble Kuykendall t ,i;
Gables. Inter Michael ,
of the Year, and Caspersen Realtor extremely proudof St. Petersburg tomorrow, July 24, and expectto i ,
and I
soclate the state berg are WagnerDave ;
REALTORS first In Eric B gg, Sonny
HONORER-MM. Nina j Hines Year by the Venice Area Board of Miami was record we have made arrive Aug 9 In New York, averaging 100 Carol Patton,
the .
v of the million in Paul YoungMany
-preeidenl Florida Associa- with just over $10 will be here and Outen, Jim Gray and 1
I too of district 8 Realtors The ceremony preceded Tuesday The other three during the 12 months ending miles a day Their first stop .)
Realtors pr..ntl'c.rtificate.. to A. at which MrsHlnes deposit of the Venice Area Cham- ] 1
night meeting of area realtors ranging from $3.2 million June 30 especially since they will be guests ; ,)
arlin. Mitchell, left, and Finn W, CasperMitchell was the guest speaker First! National of Venice finished featured in regular Curtain comes down Augon <
Ie million. h Items
4 Ce. recently was voted, Afr to $5.7 fifth the 42 new Special Customer Bonus w soother racing season at
la deposits among sales at Liggett 1
Ibs Sugar at "Christmas i iSave In July" at BILL Less than $250,000 which in Florida $10' purchase at PUBUX in I l weekly SuuoU Cannel Oub.AVAILABLE .
DeSIIAR'S: In Venice 20o on e PHILLIPS FORD on South stood between the Venice b.nkand banks opened Center, Drug Stores. .
Shopping Venice
>> Rialto
W1K-CHEK in thIn during 1963 ,
ShoP-1 l ( Canter ,1 Tamlami Trail* the fourth h &heI1A

a A




CITY IN BLACK District (WCIND) for the Turin I Jum..t.U' VenlMi' BoMr Om Lnrli. --
1 Obituaries (Continued Street canal crossing and $4$,. Uur.ll.t Kf>. M.lvln, Mwor. Vonl..,
from page 1) 000 Allot.. N....... V....., Joro. tarn Albonr '.
minlstrativa from the general fund. _..
expenses for the N. T.: A lit* W North Port
trailer park, airport and sanitary The city a bonded Indebted. Ch.rlotUt loom. Viet. BwlnraodJulr ,
Adorju NokonlllStmiiol
ness totaled $2.77 million at th ADMISSIONS III M mrrt ....... ,raIF.MAMIAVENUE
CROVER C. McKRILL Familiar sewer operations were the e H.fn r. B.. I honk
I ti Grover C. of Jackson Heights same as budgeted, with the close of the 1963-64 fiscal year, July. lit BllutMth Stan. t.ur li, C* Lrnch. Vonkwl 0.... NLUon' VMhw, |
McKrill. 7Z, of Long Island; a son, Owen J. exception Including $(1.395.000 in ward Imwrd Vonlett IMlM C. JRun Cora, Vwifcai Juitoi KhariMEnil.wooo'i .
L' 1800 of equipment rental for sanitary W. Baton. Vela" Vlf
Englewood Honk S.
Road. Oak Smith of North Port Port Ckwlottoi a-stasis Pam '
a brother sewer bonds $446 000 in . ...., M.liH. Und rwoo4.
Grove Trailer Park paving which failed to bring In storm ror Von''", Salk* Dew VOTN| Debt rink Sw.lm V.
Engle.wood Leon T. Smith of Lake drainage and Bor .,... taunt V.ntaoc. Antho, . sgNwmdlW.a '
died Monday at Sara. Wales; two sisters, Mrs. Florence any part of the $3,000 budgeted paving bonds, lair It i Hurl H CnudHI. Vfitlnrwril. 111'..., Vonlef" I Ann Worlliw EmrIJ..i ,
$566000 in
Memorial Expenditures during the past water revenue tobr Bor C.WUII, Vntlmad. Frank H. '
iota Hospital. Bllfford of Sarasota and ; Rue C.dIII, Zne1.oedl
bonds I"
fiscal $226000 In Lritoh V..Imt S. W
A native of Lansing Mich., Mrs. Clara Knight of Oak year hewed a line closeto bonds of refunding Jot, Iti Case. CMW.II V....., Jiw slaw. time. ... Lavali" Vaahlnqveir
the 1963-64 1950 and $117000 In ... ..
budget with
he here four Lawn some VmlMi La.r..aah V's.bJose
came R. .
years ago three ,
; and grandchildren water revenue certificates 1s- Daly' Ml Mwrl McDowell. Vml's1cla !
from Lansing and Holt Mich. department going slightly II, tMtF Omoen' Yon"'., via.Cn.apw. ...* Sixth (nplrodl. V.nlr.1, lob VENT
Until his retirement he was The Rev. William Kelley of over and some spending less sued in 1945 .. .. Valra, Npeh sd4 ........... Nokoml.Summon, Nokomk| ...d.. W.IUM.
"While the bonded Indebted.
engaged in general farming. Church of the Epiphany will than earmarked General goy is Ji5, 1Netu.. M II'''','''''' NorthSmith Job III Pfer C.-........ Vonloo|
ness high
Survivors include his widow, recite the ernment for example, exceed Hager said in Pal 0harlaU., aare.a wHh4 Nok. riormo.. Watt, Vonl...
rosary today at 1:30: ed its $21.120 budget by $406. his report "it Is not consider. min. Ion... Waller, H"I A's M.
Mrs Lillian E. McKrill, a p.m. at Farley Funeral Home IIII+ V
brother Ford MeKrill of Lansing Chapel. Funeral services will The street department on the ed excessive based on generally ule'IO, !:kapp, snetaa.odr Pars You Decide The Cost
other hand, spent $3,811 less accepted standards of ratios Vsanrt "'_1., Oe4ud. P.tra, '
and a sister. Mrs JessieCampbell be at the church .
conducted by than the between assessed values and Val..I' Do.1Io S. .. Leal C1.n.a
of Battle The $70.422 budgeted for it. Vela.J BOX cm
Rev Mr.
II Kelley tomorrow
The public works departmentas outstanding debt. .ly III nrrmt To*. V..,te.t tall.. Whatever the family wishes to
Mich at ( a.m. Burial in Sarasota O. Kiort. Nnkomkn. Rabat w. Vu t *' spend _
Services will be held Satur. Memorial Park a whole wound up the year Pelt. VonlNl" Jokn F Yo..n.. Von'oo' | amass, Mr. u< M... Jura C, r,.. that's what Rawles Funeral Service
with an unexpended balance of BEEFS Ulna A. CMrrtn' "..._... "' CltroBM alas Ui.I costs!
day In Holt Mich with burialIn .
$6475 out of a total budget DISCBAtGMVonlooi bra p.a. We are dedicated to providing the fmttt
Mapel Ridge Cemetery Jute 1" Rasa Downl. Do.-'I' ,
Rawles Funeral Home was in ASIA CLtD PLOGER of $156,595 (Continued from page 1) Bab, Girl D..alns. sorl.n.dl, CI_ I service at prices all can afford.
Mrs The police department saved e's Rl charge of local arrangements Asia Glud Ploger. 72. .. .
K.pla. V'slat' Camll. tA Omits
of 224 Redwood Road-Venice Just over $30 out of its bud students in the program for A'Ik. M..rn lo...,lrod>. NorUl Convalescent and
Gardens died get while the fire departmentwas 1964-65 and hope that it will be Port" IroM Wllmor Vonlr
CLARENCE FRANCIS SMITH Saturday at her Julr lit hi.. I. Col, Plorld.1" *.. Home
$328 so successful that 196566we Nursing ,
over for total of by
Clarence Francis Smith 63 home. a OOM. ....,.lor. V.nlo.1 May W. How I
$294 over' the budget for will be able to place from ton, Vnloi. '
the Hotr Service
of 121 Aurora Ave East, died She was a native of AUinge public safety department 20 to 25 students. I 3.5'lr IT i John BH. Fluid... I R........ NirtSnt.
Venice SSt7olit
Tuesday at Venice Hospital. Denmark, and came here four 11.NDftII, Port ChwtotUi K.lehch. I
from The parks and recreation department With the addition of a two- Von''", Wiled Goto, NcIrIJo Plat rOHCB OB LION era +
Mr. Smith years ago' _
born in Providence Newark Del .
Mrs had $1.029 unspentout hour block of time for clericaland CA.rbn.t Sorth. Dew V..loOi Maw ---
R. I and was living in Ploger was a memberof
of its $29317 budget for secretarial office practice .
North Port the Senior Cititens .b a.
Island when Club
1963 it Is the
I -64Unanticipated thinking that any stu.dent
he came here three years agO. Survivors Include her hus Call On
who takes a complete
He was a photoengraver and band, Alfred Ploger; a daughter .
accounted for the bulk of the business course at Venice High ,
a member of PhotoengraverLocal Vivian Davids of AMERICAN ROOFING CO. INC.For
$27.411 in excess spending last School will be able to do most ,
1 in New York City A Maplewood N J; a slater.
resident of New York for 30 Mrs Marie Marcmann of year in unclassified Items. any type of commercial Job a free estimate en a WALL CRETE lob en your rest-' a' 96 W, DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD

Sears, he worked for The New West Palm Beach; two grandchildren Largest of these Included a upon graduation besides The offering dance or commercial building. Only area dealer franchised
$12500 International 500 loader now includes the two
York Times The and two MAGNUM mildew and waterstatn resistant 1,4," 7/feAbPtMfeRq
New York great grandchildren $10.679 more spent on the mentioned above. Typing I, to handle a
Doily News and Colliers application. Can be painted, brushed or rolled on. '
beach pavilion than budgeted Typing II, Shorthand I, Shorthand
He Church was a of member the Epiphany.of Catholic morning Services at were Rawles held Tuesday Funeral and the transfer of $8.000 from II, stenograph, business 555 W. DEARBORN ST., ENGLEWOOD all & !
the business law business
municipal trailer park account English .
Survivors Include his widow Home Chapel with The Rev to the sinking fund. arithmetic, business machines. Telephone FUNERAL HOME
Frank J.
Mrs Sarah Smith two daughters Shearer of Calvary 4Jft J
The waterworks, similarly, and Bookkeeping I. If there is
Reformed Business 474.3375 Home 474.1794
Mrs Sara J. Pfeifer of Church officiating -
demand for
enjoyed a $28120 bonanza in ever a bookkeepingII
North Port and Theresa MI .
unanticipated revenue. Actual general practice or

income was $124,920 as compared other business courses, it will
YOUR MRS ISABEL WAGNER with $98000 budgeted be our intention to add them to

Mrs. Isabel Wagner, 80. retired Likewise the waterworka spent the present curriculum.
Episcopal missionary who $11.020 less than allowed! in the I would like to point out that

I ; CAR lived for a number of years in 1963-64 budget for a total over a student must also complete
Venice died last month at all surplus of more than $37 the required academic subjectsIn

by Bishop. Grey Inn, Episcopal 000. order to graduate and that
Home for older People in Davenport Close of the fiscal year Just if they are good students,, they I
'" Bill Phillips Fla I past saw $523,662 already spent would still be eligible to continue

A bin steel firm Is pushing Mrs Wagner had been ill for ,'on the waterworks expansion their education in college

a steel wire Insert idea for several years and was an invalid program out of a $646,286 total, It Is always our intention to
enow tires. They have wire the last two years of her leaving a balance in the con. give a promising student the
running around the circumference life. She visa member of St struction account of 122623. subjects required for admission
of the tire under the tread Mark Episcopal Church while The original government loan to college so that if they

with attached wire barbs coming the was here during the 1940s of $566.000 was beefed up with change their minds after graduation
ou* to tread surface. Supposed and early 1950a.POSTAL income of $31,800 from the and decide to attend college .

: to work like a cat s West Coast Inland Navigation , they are still eligible w

claws, yet not be noisy or illegal '

Speed. runs* Every kid has STATION r gaJtQ CJUlWltoi 9JornJ A

at t
an urge toward speed at (Continued from page 1) t
least once or twice. If your Yenica
son shows the symptoms, try for not operating within its Income 265 Nokomis Av..

to get him onto a supervised He cited the fact that
drag race track for a session although the postage rates had
Do you both good! 'to be increased about a year '
First aid for carbon monoxIde ego when the United States 't
poisoning* Remove victim Issued 1U first stamps In 1841
to fresh air immediately and a five cent stamp would carry 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291

start artificial respiration at a letter weighing one ounce up TID BITS TO REMEMBER
orce Call doctor, police continue to 300 milea It took a 10 cent n
respiration and keep stamp to carry it more than If you must talk about your troubles! ,

patient warm, 300 miles don't bore your friends with them.

i If you're bothered by a bark He also pointed out that Including Tell them to your enemies,

seat driver give her a belt in its mail handling They will be delighted to hear them

Even if It's only a seat belt. functions are such exits as Man wants but little her. below, i iN

You might need It for a little the transportation of charitable end is not hard to please; t ,
league team You might needIt religious, and education but woman, bleu her I Hie heart, t J f. 6 br ;kN
for a Cub Scout Den picnic al publications of a non-profit
wants everything she
You might need one for a nature at extremely low rates; sees.
music lesson a track meet or special mailing privileges for I Oar Services Art Atoiloblt/ To All Regardless

a Sunday church service Give 'the diplomatic corps and the of Financial CtrcvmitonceiLlMftoM
up* It's a new car1! And when Pan-American Union; free and 1 ta Indl... ant r........

you think new car think BILL reduced rates for the blind and I In Funeral Business Since 1932 J AI r d; ay
PHILLIPS FORD here in Venice others I.---- __ ; .ve

at 1562 South Tamlaml In the business part of the

Trail See us for jour new car meeting Jacob N. Mills, com.missioner
Know the four basic prob- of legal relations and '

lems when using traffic lanes* property records reported the
Failure to select proper lane. bridge to the South Venice '1MDOUORSERCE'S l e

Failure to drive )in middle of Beach recently damaged by
lane. Abrupt lane change vandals had been repairedand Y M .t

Weaving from lane to lane. was again in use As a result r8 a it

Don't do any of these of the interest aroused by .
that act of vandalism Mill.
also] reported that a South Ven h J i r kk

ice lot owner in Highland Park tie I I'w Is
HI, had aent the SVGA a check t i.4A l

for $20 to aid in repairing the

0 bridge
A question was asked from eBoysra're

i the floor as to what steps had

been taken to insure access to {

the beaches when the bridge is ; tf.,, / t
cf a. ;
taken down by the contractor I

I dredging the Inland Waterway
Cemmlssioner Hartley P. Der- riceSA
LOW mond explained that no actIon Sea us for Insured Savings Accounts
r rI could be taken until the
I suit against the West Coast or for Gold Seal Home Finoncinr ..*tJt'' tz7r" .ia

PRICESON Inland Navigation District had
been heard in Circuit Court and

the amount of d images for loss

Alt of access to the beaches de- SARASOTA
lermlned. This suit has been

GENERALELECTRIC but awaiting no definite trial for date many has months been [G? [gQgK[ ) [ [ { [b

set. savings and loan a..ocl tlon
President Sherid J. Foster

I also reported a letter of thanks Irwtuo'a'ar' WI:: eutr CATI l.gew-:
I CINTRAL had been sent to the County U5 I Ie . ... .iw. S

Mosquito Control for the recent
HEATINGAND spraying in South Venice


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A Look/: Around-Area RisesCharlotte I Are ShockersTo Sarasota County Com mit the question to freehold. ",

Tonnage mission has set Aug, 20 for a ers in referendum. THE WOMAN'S WORKSHOP '
Speeders hearing on a proposed Shore ?
I Harbor was one of and Beach Preservation Authority SHOULD ALWAYS
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. bounds In Scenic Beauty Florida' five major harbors :<1: Teen-agers in Miami arc for the Venice area Swim In BE 4w ," ,
showing tonnage increases last giving themselves a series of From the Jetties southward to OTTO

t Year, the U, S, Army Corps of shock treatments, designed to o/
LOIS B. MARFINt etc, and drive north I 1 I shake their bad driving the city-owned airport prop. Water
BY on 780 and again, if you are lucky, Engineers in Jacksonville reported up '1
Venice residents through Longboat Key, most watch a brilliant sunset over todayCharlotte habits. city i / F
am mm of which Is still) virgin territory I Students found The hearing will begin at 10 .'
L. unexpected visitors the Gulf. Harbor, throughthe guilty of traffic AT
hed .
eve '\ve'\e never seen Flor- along Stop the for a leisurely lunch This complete trip, with all facilities at Boca Grande, I I violations in court are given a,m, on that date at city hall THE KITTCNEN
; meat roast and our times to way and treat your stopovers, can be made in handled 1.0B5.484 tons In IOCS, a chance to serve their sentences and all interested property Warm Mineral
)j ; , Florida's famous sea about eight hours, it by attending three sessions
''milled foods Try your compared with 1,642,968 tons owners have been Invited to
s While guests will be enchanted and the of Dade County's Student
slay- previous Phosphate
rue year .
Thin i II your Continue north and turn I Upon completion of the hearings Springs
right Safety Council
.. within' a 100 mile radius, on Cortez so will you.Mattox. rock products and fertilizer,
,mi ran or the Tam
costly homes and art!- laml Trail. Reports of this tonnage. There also movies of grisly traffic accidents establish the proposed dis-
Ilion Drive On US 41
cal, landscaping. fabulous ho- Ringling Museum south to the were shipments of oil for Flor and they hear speech trict on its own motion or sub .

eli and benches, winding lanes right turn into a double, making a On AP's Camp ida Power and Light operations es from prominent lawmen as
and up
t architecture and natural and cherub stately statues royal Circle palms the At TJndall Base The Charlotte Harbor ton. negligence. Some offenders go ,
on to become active in the
manually operated nage Included foreign exportsof
heaulv fabulous home
and sit for a His experiences at the Civil Council that's tried to reform f
ridges and hhh automatic few moments under the ban. 625,166 and imports of 22-
'pans,, 'the great expanse of yan tree where garden Air Patrol second summer encampment 363; domestic coastwise shipment them. }
gait: waters and the quietude were held in the dim parties at Tyndall Air ] of (T>0,OSS tons and receipts The Council now Is starting
(Of t the 'inland waterway, Eight Time on this trip does not Force Base were related by of 185.428: and Internal to keep statistics on traffic t
hours of scenic beauty will be low for inspection of Cadet Commander Daryl Mat- shipments of 191,792 tons and And-over-all driving habits in
our reward al gardens or the Asolo the Thea form. tox to members of the Venice receipts of 6,370 tons. +1 all the county high schools to

Venire highlights are first on tre turn Composite from the Squadron on his re Other ports showing Incrl'M'1 It Itsee" If they can establish any f'f't'
Drive out to the encampment
your Itinerary Heading south again on the es were Canaveral Harbor, Ml- specific patterns of violation.
'amoui jetties, the modernistiC Trail turn right at the Jungle only Mattox 15 cadets said at he the was one of emi, Palm Beach and Port(I;I I t't''I'
; !each casino, the beautiful Gardens This treat should encampment Everglades. The state's two

golf| course the modern air- not be missed by any \lsitnr, flight in permitted.a T.33 Air to Force make trainer a biggest<< harbors, Tampa and r t'r

church in the pines.
port the The garden is a riot of color: let. The cadet commandertold Jacksonville, showed slight decreases WESTERNAUTO t't
and driving north Just outside pink stately flamingos mirror.ed how ,
he took
over controls
ot Venice turn left Into one of in still waters; racous strutting for approximately I Commercial traffic en the
,, most attractive mobile t
the peacocks including an all half hour and learned several Atlantic intracoistal waterway!
mine parks on Florida's west white one If you are lucky, the aerial maneuvers from Jacksonville to Miami, ASSOCIATE STORES
coast() There are only a few of tall feathers will be spread in- on the Okeechobep waterwayand
Along with Mattox from the e HARDWARETACKLE
sights to be seen In
the many to a gorgeous multi-colored Venice squadron, 1st Lt. John Withlacoochee River show
the Venice area fan, Flamboyant macaws will DeRaltz, squadron commander, ed tonnage boosts In 19R3 Re-
north on Route 41 e RADIOS
Continue perch on your arm for colored and Cadet S/Sgt Fred Van ductions were nnted on the In-
. to Alhee road, turn west and film pictures; hibiscus blaze Patten, former cadet commander tracoastal waterway between 305 W, Venice Av.
drive over the new span con- in colorful clumps Fernandina Harbor and St.
February also had a flight in
ncctms<< Nokomls with Casev the azaleas will hold you the two.seater jets Johns River and on the Gulf Ph. 4BB-3SIb Ask aboi i'

Key. Turn north again, and spell bound; a lemon tree The flights are offered to Coast Intracomtal waterway
take sour time through here grows fruit as big as grape- CAP cadets and seniors at the between the Caloosnhatchee our low-cost
while wntchim for porpoise fruit; and benches along quiet encampment each summer River and Anclote River t
In gulf waters and
iling pools urge you to reflect on Another phase of the CAP program
viewing lovely homes and natural the wonders of God ,.. Mortgage
given and I Is an aptitude test which "(' '' ,()(;':''>':': (;('';; ,''''''' &
'" Florida beauty: man made -
gardens Most of
t end seniors I may take I. '
Wee If you MI are Route luckv 789, the will old be your here afternoon should be spent I at the Sarasota USAF recruitIng VENICE MOVIE LOG Financing plan.I '/0

office if they qualify, .
[(own! The closing operation Head south again on the Trail Cadets Mark Stires, squad- GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
,sill take back centuries
you and stop at any one of the ion information officer, and
Awowan, turning a spoke! Inntfd many restaurants, or wait until Steve Johnson recently took DRIVE-IN THEATRE
In the middle of the
reach Venice to I
you eat at the tests.
,ridge, will walk around and jour favorite spot If it is not -HURS", FRh, SAT. TONIGHT ONLY !: ,
around, much In the manner too late, take your guests to Bamboo varied In diameter "MY GEISHA" )

of oxen turnlntf a wheel. The the Venice beach parking space from a few inches to 12 inches, "HEY THERE, IT'S end ,
[bridge closes} She will remove
(lie rod, place it on one side "JACKTOWN"FRI.
[then lork both sides with YOU CAN SAVE I
arena, Then she will remove 3-WAYS
the road & SAT ,
barrier and will
you -
On Auto Insurance
|be on your way "WHO'S'' BEEN SLEEPING .
veaxaarrx awEpERJ"Our 'M
At Route 72, going north on t 1. NEW LOW RATES IN I
'he trail turn left to Siesta 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS SUN., MON., TUES. enMYdBED ;

Kev and continue north on 789, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY PANTS" a'
;hen east to ,
Osprey 'Avenue Go "BEDTIME STORY" sad I
north to Rote 41, turn left till
woo come to Route 780' Turn with .
'eft again, go over the causeway ;

to St, Armand' Circle on I Brando, '0
Lido Key Turn south, and af SUN. THRU TUES. ;I
ter viewing the fabulous hotels, 116 W. Venice Avenue :Shirley Jones and 'PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES'a;

relax at the beach for awhile, Telephone 88-2280 David Niven end thirtieth Anniversary year"
watching swimmers cavort on "WIVES &
the wide, white sands. LOVERS"I I glI

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I:,, 1"( I write this, the House has % Pastor Venlee-Nokomls Methodist Church By A. ALBERT LeDUC
passed and wsar0ly,5*
sent to the White $
House for President Johnson'ssignature Amaryllis and their hybrids: and replant for the purpose of
(which will have and
I TII. A...'... ..... Y .0hlo.I, ..""... to w tog _bl....... or all. .... dl..uh. nMlt..d to been affixed by the time you Most amaryllls grown in our to get top size blooms, This
ato an. h.rwl..rdlad'' I. Ohio pawn sal era bad. pabUabaol _... All right. or .obll..tIoa read this) what is, in my opinion DISCIPLINE BRINGS FREEDOMThe Florida gardens are native to digging and sorting should not
.1.p.l.l diopoteb a. aloe r..n.d. South America and South Af be done until the leaves
Tho ... sad boat. ........ 01 .11 amp.go to doprrhrhtod. tad I" .....bll..".. II m the most authoritarian law person who fully enjoys the other lady Is a very unruly rica. This beautiful orange-red turned yellow or brown In Issue
....1, forbid" by writ,. _1..10.. ever approved by Congress.As member, she enjoys freedom lot.
freedom is the one who has flower Is very showy, easy to September or October. U'.
Paba.h.l (Mtr Moods pad ThirMtar Kio. 11.... II:. Miami A..... you all know I have mastered himself through dis from petty annoyances."It grow and may be used equal- healthy bulbs should be "
t Int.d A. Stoond Cl.... A> Port OM. at V.,... florid. fought this drastic and obviously cipline. required five years habit for of ly well as individual specimens stroyed, and the others replant.ed de.

politically motivated The athlete who has most me to overcome that or in mass at once. If this is not
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher said one person pros
civil worrying,
rights bill at every step completely mastered his muscles plantings. Plant tical, the bulbs may be
COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising Manager of its yearlong journey his nerves and his reflexes who had been on the verge of it the bulbs In temporarily In dry sand stored
through Congress. It has been Is the who enjoys the a nervous breakdown, "but well III'
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor one good, sawdust to prevent excessive
worth It. I made up my
based on political was
expediencyand greater freedom of action and u drained soil so
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent emotion rather than logic the greatest ease Is his athletic mind that I had to master my that their tops drying.
and reason I have fought it achievements.From own thoughts or be mastered Amaryllis may be propagated .
are Just barely
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5,2$ per year, $3,25 per six months, $2.79 not because I do not believe in our living room win. by my anxieties." f covered. When from seed, but because

per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, J6.25 per year, $4.25 civil rights, in human rights, dow we have a beautiful viewof Most of us try to find every preparing the seeds do not always product
but because I regard this legislation possible way to avoid those plants similar to their parents,
per six months, $3 per three months. Dona Bay. Quite frequently soil for mass
Adv.rtlunt Flo Ida ,... StrvlM' Gilnmlllo, Flat, Amtrleu Nonpuwr Kef as an unconstitutional when I look out the window I experiences that require con- planting, mix a It Is better to propogate by cut.
rmnutlw. Nw York N. T.I Atlinu, Or. Dohult Klob.I INVASION on civil and' human set boys sailing their boats on trol of our emotions impulsesand 1 loW' nitrogen tage. Cut the bulbs vertically!!

I N rights of the individual Ameri the bay. These lads are free to passions which are so familiar fertilizer such Into as many pieces as you
to Quite often we desire being sure that
can. us. ,
wherever please
they upon
go 5-10-10 with
frightened at the results of as leave a part of the stem
are tlj.
The new law purports to the bay because they have LeDne the soil at the
. The Milk Of Human KindnessThe guarantee to a minority group learned to master the adverse our undisciplined actions because, and we rate of one and one-half poundsto sue or basal plate on each
certain rights guaranteed to winds and currents.I we accuse others 100 feet. After the wedge. Dust the wedges with!'!
tricked square
have been
who work feel that ferbam or thtram, and plant
every American in the Constitution know two women
well established
newt has been dominated of late with a can of gas; the filling station operator The fact Is that it doesno side by side in a busy office. into doing something that we fertilize are at the rate of one immediately In a mixture of

by evidence of mankind's meanness and a was alone and couldn't leave the such thing. What it does do One Is forever becoming Involved did not mean to do. the pound per 100 square feet two peat moss and sand or other
is to In arguments with the Rigid self-discipline Is porous reasonably sterile toll
first create certain

preferential or three times a Amaryl.
lack of for others. unattended.As year.
growing concern place "rights," not provided other workers and the other Is best protection against personal lis need plenty of water, mixture.

There was the cat of the young woman Patrolman Brown drove us back to in the Constitution for one always free from such disturbing embarrassment. The person enough to moisten the soil to a Flower failure is a problem

stabbed to death In New York while 38 our car with the dry tank we apologizedfor group and In creating them, Influences. The secret can who is master of his own ton-to depth of twelve Inches. Wait To avoid this the following en
it deprives other Americans of not be attributed to any differences guo will find doors opening until the soil has dried out before important: Never dig the bulbs
people looted on without lifting a hand our negligence and explained why we certain very fundamental In their personalities.One him; he who has never succeeded applying more water but until the leaves turn yellow

to help. Muggings are a nightly occur were abroad at that late hour. rights which are absolutely is lust as attractive as the In mastering; an unruly each waterln should moistenthe the fsU. Avoid prolonged drying .

rence in the nation's capital. Racial strife have the licked guaranteed them under the other. But the woman who Is tongue and persists in making soil to the twelve inch of the bulbs. Always use
"Well, we gas problem Constitution. always quarreling with her fel bitter remarks will find doors
ii rampant in the land. do about learnedto closing in his face every way deoth. a low-nitrogen fertilizer io)
now let's sea what we can low workers has never
not over-water the
Basically: the new law a- Several members of the late
He who has gainedthe
he turns.
Well, the human race hain't gone completely the tooth brush situation," he replied. bridges, if not destroys, the the control other Is her seldom temper ever heardto while mastery over his anger and Men's Garden Club have become stages of growth Avoid planting

to the dogs. The case we have to Over our protestations that we'd been fundamental right of every Individual sneak an angry word. One passions makes room in his life deeply Interested hi the in too much shade.

cite doesn't involve murder or mayhem. enough bother and that our teeth couldgo to freedom of choice. has learned how to control her for wholesome accomplish hybrids of the amarvllts I said Diseases are not usually i

But it does show that the mill of human unbrushed, Patrolman Brown was in. -freedom, of both choice at home in his and associations tnni ue and the other has not. ments that afford lasting satis Interested perhaps "pnsmour..d" problem) in growing amarylllii
With the mastery of what for faction. Is a better way to describe but the most common diseane
kindness still flows freely In our state in business freedom of choicein
own sistent. He called the police dispatcher ; their enthusiasm. Now is red-blotch or leafscorch.

of Florid and asked that he call Mrs. Brown at his expression or even exerciseof there are several hundred hybrids bright red to purple spots
Last weekend Boca opinions on certain subjects on the market, the most which Increase in size to form
w'lourn.yed[ over home and see if she had some toothbrushes ; freedom of choice in the Too Late To Classify popular kinds being Imported
longitudinal blotches with defl.
Raton to a district meeting of the FlorIda lying around the house. manner In which he will con from Holland: others from nile margins. Reddish brown
duct his
Press Association. While we awaited the call back from iness. All personally-owned of these, we have bus By RUSSELL KAYI South Africa. India and else spots may appear on the bulbi
Upon unpacking we found we'd failedto where. Although these can be and cause them to rot. Spray
hit wife been hi the
the dispatcher Brown explained past, are
bring along our tooth brush. We drove fundamental rights of the Individual doubt if the lowly cow ever such brand labels as Civil Frown In the open ground weekly with Copper A at the
Janet dental hygienist employedby most members n'efer to plant
was a
of In
Into town looking for a drug store but and In the past, at realized that the day would Rights, Foreign Policy Fiscal them In pots. This makes ItellsV' rate one ounce gaU
Boca Raton dentist, Dr. Edward J. Ions of water, or with ferhamat
a least thev have been guaran come when she would have a Program, and others. The watering
It was late at night and everything was Meredith, the patrolman's brotherinlaw.In teed by The Constitution and great palace named after her troughs appear to havea to give them Individual one ounce In three gallons
attention and her the additional
closed.As protected by the courts. and that this palace would golden hue and the herd of water. It Is worthwhile to
I a minute or so the reply came over advantage of belong< able to try to avoid disease in emarvl.
I we headed back to the motel we the radio. Mrs. Brown didn't have any It Is almost Inconceivable to serve not only the. lowly cow drinks deeply and .often with move the plants about, indoors lis by fumigating' the soil with

ran out of gas, of all places, smack in unused tooth brushes. me, although I am certainlynot but also humans.As slobering enjoyment.And n. out, for display purposes. steam or methyl bromide be-
i spare, a lawyer nor even, in the she quietly chews her cud maybe now that it's allover When planted in nets om.-hnlf fore planting. Amaryllis
the middle of U. S. I, the most heavily legal constitutional she must marvel at the similarity and the come home art
The officer deposited us at our ear, sense a cows or more of the bulb should be not generally bothered by Insect \
travelled federal highway in the United made it would start and Instructedus expert, that the courts of this of action exhibited as somebody will come up with above the soil level.A pests, but occasionally the
Stales. sure land can avoid holding certain they gather In, droves to mill the bright Idea that it mightbe of
to meet him at the filling station. key provisions of this iniquitous about the palace, snorting and well to change the name great variety of color may use an is necee.eery.

We sat helplessly with traffic lipping Back at the station there the enactment in direct violationof bellowing.She from Cow Palace to Bull Pen. be obtained hybrids being
past on either tide, wondering: how longit was patrolman The Constitution. In fact the must view with amusement available In red, orange, pink For those who have not

would be before would smash triumphantly waving a tooth basic provision in the bill the bell cows that Joyously white and in many combinations : grown any of the hybrid ama
brush. He'd roused Dr. Meredith and bor. the io-called public accommodations lead the mighty stampede of these colors The top rvllts, here are a few names
Into our [lalopy.i rowed it. section already has down the aisles and around thereat LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) size bulbs will produce the of plants to start with:

i Shortly an eipensive-make limousine been held unconstitutional by halls, their horns blow- An electric computer worth $2 largest flowers and will bloom Apple Blossom, white flush

pulled up. The gentleman at the wheel Our roommate of all these years hat the Supreme Court many years ing and their cowbells ringing million\ was donated recentlyto size the first bulb season The second' pink, 8" bloom, early; Blazing
) usually will
and his elegantly-gowned lady asked if grown accustomed to cock and bull explanations ago. In her well ordered world House the for American the Blind. Printing bloom the first season if given Star medium dark red, 10"
of and Nevertheless, for the mo- the question of herd leadershipis bloom, late; Ludwig' Dazzler.
they could be of help. our unexcused The computer gift from proper care
a matter that concerns only a
men' we have this law on the leading white, 8" bloom, halt
They volunteered to go to the only absences during such gatherings of statute books and until (andif the bulls. They paw the earth, International Business Machines In Florida it Is not necessary late; Pink Favorite, rose pink,

open filling station, a mile and the press. And she was skeptical, as usual, ) it has been invalidated In glare at each other, bellow, Corporation will translate to lift the bulbs each fall 10" bloom, half late; Salmon
away snort and lock horns while the ink print Into Bralle at the and dry them out as is done in
have them tend out until we pulled out the cellophane-wrap whole or In part by the courts, Joy salmon orange large; Delilah
some gas. unconcerned cows sit on the rate of more than 1,000 wordsa colder climates. It is betneflc-
it is the law It takes no prophet solid light orange, half
Pretty soon Patrolman Albert D. Brownof pod brush inscribed "Compliments of your to see that its enactment is side lines and await the outcome minute. ial however, to dig, separate late.

the Boca Raton Police Departmentcame dentist. going to stir up more problemsthan l

Unassisted A 'lot of to-do such it will lay to rest and But humans, It seems, area
he might
by. put hit broad you say, over while the South Is the obvious different breed. They stampede

shoulders to our immobile automobile and a commonplace thing. But to us it was a target of the political sponsors at the toss of a hat, the

\ pushed it Into the safety on a side street heart-warming experience and a reaffirmation of this law these troubles inevitably cows and calves line up behind -

and out of the flow of traffic of our steadfast faith In the basic will strike at the their favorite bull and joinin
I. Northern and Western States the snorting bellowing and
That done, the officer suggested we goodntv of people. also. pawing with great gusto. The

l hop into his cruiser and go to the filling And this Incident served at proof positive Litigation In the courts to bull dominates the mad scene
and his mighty bellow shakes
t station to make sure they'd gotten our that the milk of human kindness may test the validity of the many the rafters while the moos and no defrostieyer
i messans of distress. be watered down provisions of this law will
to the consistency of boos of the herd express their
: Yes: the good Samaritans had been blue come speedily, and It Is my approval or disapproval.
}john elsewhere, but in this part of the hope that at least its most

I. t t there and were already on the way back world it still tests strictly Grade A. drastic provisions will, be many In the nervous general cows excitement swallow
stricken down conscientious
Iii their cud or stick It under their
to uphold and
judges sworn
seat, frightened calves dash

A ";1 I: Our Own United Fund protect this Is not The done Is my belief If this way some and wild that eyed and occasionally mem-

that In time, Congress itself
ber of the herd will bolt. Mad I
I II will be forced by public opinion
follows such
I l This year Venice and it's adjacentneighbors to the board of our United Fund have no to repeal much of what It and the bellowing and snorting:

i JI I will join more than 2500 other more "free" time than others However, has Just been as It pressured was forced to to enact-repeal rises to a mighty crescendo i

I communities In going the "UNITED WAY" they are concerned about the type of the prohibition laws. while the herd mill)* about '
trampling each other in
I h,,, to meet our community's health, welfare community they live In. They are to be Meanwhile as distasteful as frenzy. <: I It

and youth programs. congratulated.United this new law may be, I would Stalls are entered in an at- 8: ."

I After depending on Sarasota for yearsto pray that all of us will faceit tempt to put the halter on this "" I I ,

do the Fund of South Sarasota County, patiently and go about our or that bull or cow, bleary I\1"
fob for us, a dedicated II' /
1 groupof lives peacefully and without eyed attendants push and prod 3 l ,
business, profes
will meet ton itlM at the Venice First solution of the problem of annoying multiple would hope that the powers ation. r <

Federal office to -elect officers and fund drives. If it Is to succeed it that be would approach enforcement Every conceivable type of '
appoint of this measure with food is tossed into the feed L-;
committees to direct the operations must have the complete support of the reasonable restraint. bins to attract the cattle, hay, .

of the newly charted United Fund of community it is designed to serve. A train and forage comes with

": South Sarasota County, Inc. successful fundraising organization must with a modem I NO-FBDSTletecfr/c J

After several that have volunteers lots of volunteers. FlyByNightersBilk .! .!
previous attempt

ended In the failure, the lights are green Money is not offered; it must be asked BusinessThe GOOD BUYGOOD REFRBG ERATOR-FREEZER

again and all signals are "go" for a successful fori Monty does not "come in;" it must

meeting tonight. And with so many be gone after Sarasota County Chamber t tII ttSfeiSHS**' ,ID'OUr lItcbea

I'j i community leaders in command, a successful No responsible citizen can afford to of Commerce Better Business STATS fAAIeast. A JnOdem refrigera doubled eppltenoe,
Division has warned of to sa.febep
orbit seems assured for our own United ignore the facts of community problems, everyday use. Plua a true fresh foods for
directory IeJO-ooId
upsurge promo food fieexe
i Fund Organization. community progress, or the personal and tions using Invoice-like solicitation . I AINIURANC , with(and adequate Joe art space for today'j do dsi

: The calibre of a community is usually economic freedom advances by privately forms to Induct busy, un i cubes )

I., guaged by the willingness of it's citizens supported programs. No company, regardless for suspecting listings business they didn't men to order pay aDd Plenty freezer; of"bargains room to stock" up on meat aypedalss

: to give of their time and fortune in building of size, can or should avoid its fair and don't want. Bigger IMide

a better community. The civic-minded share support for community health and These directory schemes are GUY --1 e1ectrio Refr1eerator-Freeen, smalcandle bold, today's ae'i /
10 much JDar.Iyet
"j I citizens who have offered their services welfare programs. aimed particularly at company tab up Ie as space.

employees responsible for approving Best.of aU you never have
because to dof a agabrd
Invoices for paymentand Aar' front can't form In
are designed to create the See the a eans MCtIoJs.
J SHUN IT at you may, as a preferred "YOU SAY you want the death certificate Impression( that the solicitation I aDd 7IO-/rwt electdo JWrIrerator-rr-.
.... IePBrate
} I pocket-piece; suspect it (as tome do) of changed, doctor?" asked the puzzled forms represent a renewal of ? ) your" appliance Freezer.deaIer' .In e VUlety: ; of colon ...

t4, ""bad luck" treat it as you will the clerk. "It's quite against the rules vertisement the company's In the listing local or telephone ad- race: convenient terma.s Geaerou. m eBonFo .

f $2 bill still has a distinction all its own: you know. "I know that, but It's important directory or other established ........................................
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} ,500,000 of them add up exactly to a You see, I was In a hurry and didn't pay directory. FOR AUTO. LIFE t FIRE INSURANCE *. MILLION RATE .- /
million dollars. That absolutely cannot be any attention to the space marked 'Cause In reality, the forms are solicitations : Now more than ever before..Ngawhole

Mid of any other denomination. of Death and that'i where I signed for purchasing listings Hugh G. McPherson : then to use I combInation of servlceL EJectrlclty ktcAnspp.geAW( .ECTRIC :
my 10 much for the coste 10 Attie :
NoiliY'iHt or advertising t space In ." .njoym.nt mod.m florida ,Jet do.
; Sense "
1 name Orlando/ Sentinel/. directories that may or may 1712/ S. TAMIAMI TRAIL -.............................. IMnIi .:
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It Is that ..
noted some ...................
Opposite Venice Gardens/ 7'k
directory promotions have failed ; : )
to publish a directory. In MameTestsew. {
THE COUNTRY was better off when
we THE ONLY thing more expensive than other cases, small paper book PtllOltTATE CNfAIPR
Ttad- more whittler and fewer chiselert.Gre education is Ignorance. lets were Issued which did not FARM FLORIDA POWER THAN area,

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aws.; Norwood DOROTBX GAYNOBWomen's Party-Goers Will Do LimboMembers I mamLy;

( Editor Lawn Program I
Jottings Spring aDd summer are I
Items to 488-5806 and guests of TeniceNokomis seasons when the whole ,
IAssumes Duties Woman's Club family enjoys being outside, ,I,
Junior Section are scheduled and with the delight of fresh
'- ..6 ... for a limbo contest Saturdayat air activities comes the problem I
the group's annual summer of keeping a nice lawn.If .
Kenneth Norwood, pres- As long as peopl like the wedding last week, reports that I
11'1. District Veter- party-if they can get up from you find dandelions and
It of Tenth Auxiliary, James H. Prices of Center his assumption of the soloist the dinner table. t I''it'a other weeds popping up and
of Foreign Wars official Road continue to live in this capacity, also, was unusualbut want to get rid of them, re* i 4,
conduct her first area, our reputation for courtesy not unknown. This was the The "Arabian Nights" buffet member The grass should be
rWmesttaf Sunday at he graciousness and friendli- second time In his 22-year ministry dinner will be served in typical moist when weed controls I

".of Sarasota Sunshine ness will remain Intact. (Cometo that he has done so. Nor Arabian style, with guests l l rYG 11f1 are spread. Otherwise, the
It t at 124 S. Tuttle Ave think of It, we have never, is this the most unusual of the seated crosalegged at low I leaves win not stick to the
e Sarasota post and aux- personally, heard anyone remark myriad things a pastor Is called table. Those who can then of the weeds and will
r/ will be host to meetings that Venice' has lacked in upon to do he Is also stand will participate la the not be absorbed.It .
h Saturday and Sunday, 5,1 these qualities). Anyway, driving baby-sitting for Jack and Don limbo contest. before will take notice several that weeks the ,
the State Auxiliary past their place last week na's pet skunk acquired by you ,
"dent Saturday evening The costume party Is being weed control Is taking effect '
and what seemed to the two shortly before their
Norwood noticing held at the small pavilion at : The length of time dependsto
social! Mrs. r ;
us wonderful solution to the wedding Reluctant to take it
h head of a Venice Beach. Mrs. Robert M. VJc a great extent on the
COT1dr! will attend porch problem, during these on their honeymoon, they were Jones Is general chairman ; weather and the variety ofweeds 1
Ice rVW post, slanting-rain 'days, we stoppedand rescued from the dilemma by that you are trying to
meetingeSi inquired about their awn- the Everharta who offered to A social hour will begin at kill. '
i'a. Weiss i will attend the ings. Not only were they care for it until the newlyweds' t p.m., followed by dinner at If you have Just planted : s
day meetings In her office courteous and patient with all are settled Into their Atlantic T p.m., catered by Victor Bo. grass seed, you should wait ,. ;
capacity There will be ant our questions, they even hunt- Beach home The Rev. Mr. Ev- Lanterns and candlelight will I until the new grass has been
Milton of the VFW and utr s t ed up receipts to verify cost erhart Introduced the coupleat be used for dining. "% /j ,I. Mowed two or three timesbefore
flllartei at 10 am follow. w > estimates. Such, neighborliness a church camp three years t applying any type of
bps lunch at the VFW Hall. and helpfulness Is pretty wonderful ago when they were acting as Costumes will be themed to I weed controLUsually /
'' '--' e iOt s l ,( '
Norwood will preside at r councilors. the "Arabian Nights" idea and 41 4 ,there Is no dangerof
Imagine a stranger
I1 1 pm. auxiliary meeting/ District President Norwoodof I making such inquiries In, say, - prizes will be awarded for the .... weed control killing the
Sarasota Elks' Club at which I New Yorktllt Having lived Indiana guests of the Creigh- most exotic, most original and ( : good grass. Weeds and grass
differ in their
will be> guest speak.She three teenage children, Is ridiculous. chemistry and
Wel" there, we can say we are pret- ton Hattens of 1005 Cooper St., physiology, and the weed
will Include( In her talk active in the Does, In bowling ty certain such behavior are Mr. and Mrs Lester Korr. ,"
control will attack only that
for a special project, circles and is secretary of herhusband' Mrs. Frederick L. StrammerIs
r plans would rouse both resentmentand They returned with the Hat- plant chemistry embodied la
decorations chairman and .
[state headquarters building aheetmetal firm suspicion, if nothing more. tens, who ended up In Indianaon weeds.
Mrs. David Goodman is in
She has held all offices in the recent seven-weeks vaca-
!d.r.., Norwood has chosen forr district and has served on Mrs. C. IN (-Mary- ) Elliott and tion a trip, and the two familiesare charge of reservations. :
; mutts 'for the year "The many state committees. At Miss Louise Spear flew home currently' In Islamorada on The party background will
,Con Pale." Her colors will present she Is:state patriotic Is. yesterday from Columbus, a fishing-camping excursion. be a "tent." made by drapingthe DINING AT ITS BEST! dCYROS
the flag's red. white and I IIe. structor She is a member of Ohio where they were guests' -o- sides of the pavilion and ,
the United Past Presidents of of Mrs. Elliott's brother, Wil Back from a trip to Cape oriental rugs and pillows will ,
vj, was associated with the the VFW Auxiliary. liam B. Nichols He expects to Cod. the World' Fair, Washington be used as floor coverings and
\ Other district officers from retire next year and is then D. C., and Washington, seats. Arabian brass pieces Bill MorriiVENETIAN ,
irt the local auxiliary are Mrs moving to this area. The two Pa., are Mrs Margaret Bus- and palmetto fronds will complete .... ,.. ,, ........ MOON
. ,. -
Kenneth 1'l! u'U: 'r; : :JII. -- +
modal AuxIlIary unit was Woods, district treas- vacationers were away for bey and Miss Lois Garlock of the interior decor, Mrs. r. SINGS FRI. AND SAT. f
hated' here in May 1959, urer; Mrs. Harold Glrard conductress three weeks. Venice Garden._ They visited Strammer said. i ((00114011... photo br DalyI14a) fo
which time she became a ; and color bearers -oVacationing Pennsylvania' last at the homeof I
arts member. She has been Mesdames Donald Smith, Clar in the "Deep Mrs Busbey's soninlawand HAREM GIRLS and sheiks :
led numerous times for ence Kroener. Curtis Boyles South," from further south, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Head. Kill Devil Hills, Kitty will be out in full force Saturday ) !
itmbership activities and held and Claudius Rasmussen. are Vickie Becker and Judy W Samson, and brought home Hawk and Boone. Daughter night at Venice Beach I
( presid-ncr of the Venice The district comprises auxiliaries Walden, !guests of the A. J. with them Mrs. Busbey's 18- Leslie Is In summer school at when the Junior Section of
x'lunr'\ in 1961. from Naples to Palmetto. Day. In Greenville' S. C. The year-old granddaughter, Suzanne Duke so has had to forego the Venice Nokomis Women's ffimi" ,
Mrs! Norwood Is the mother Days were here in June as She will be here until the family excursions. Club has it. summer party,
guests of the Robert Beckers middle of next month. -0- this year themed "Arabian
and took home with them Vic- College honor roll reportsare Nights." Costume prizes will I
Retired Army Colonel Moveso kie and her cousin, Judy. The The North Miami chess still coming in for the be awarded and Mrs LynnYounger I''
other Becker daughter, Ber- champion, 10-year-old Jamie spring semesters around the above, gets some FOAM
nice, will go along with her Rold, and his brother seven- : country. Two this week list last minute construction ad-
Venice And Will Join parents later this summer to year-old Ronald, arrive tomor- Ralph Elwood Anderson at vice and assistance from Sec 28 QT. ICE CHEST ,. SLS9 /
pick up the girls then all will row for a 10-day visit with University of Tennessee and tion President Mrs Robert I
vacation In the Smokies before their great-grandmother, Mrs Henry Eugene Calaghan of Hardee whose costume is FOAM \

HS Staff In September their return.A .-o- Venice Ann Lord.while The their boys parents will' be Mr.In I University of Oklahoma. not yet finished THERMOS JUG 112 gal. 8Sc

combined business and and Mrs. J. Douglas Rold of I
|Hutrjr-two homes ki 22 yearsthe with the 14th Armored Division pleasure trip will take the E. Miami and Chicago, visit New EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
record of Col and Mrs. in Southern France In 1944 G. (Dan) Boones New York York City and then her par i ICE BUCKETS 29c Mr
I chard T. Neumann of 517 S. aa an army aviator. next month where she will shop ents, Mr. and Mrs. M R. War- EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY s a "
|arbor Drive This time they Later Army service took him and see the sights while he at- son at their Franklin, N. C. TRADITIONAL '
Charcoal .10 lb.
>oe to "stay put." to Fort Sill, Okla. after the tends the American Bar Assn. summer home where the two | Briquets. 79c :
|The Neumanna and their two war, to Japan In 1948 and to meetings. They will, somehow, Rold daughters are vacationing. let M style your favorite vase "'
aughters! Shone and Riki, ar- Korea In 1950 where he was also work in the time to see ceramic Into beautiful (lamps. e Charcoal Lighter qt. 39$ !"'
\ed here July 8 from Gainer Eighth Army Aviation Officer. the World's Fair, she said. Cur- -0- /
(lle where he has Just com- Two stints of duty In Washington rently they are hosts to a Three Venice women, Mesdames -I e RewWno fteify/ing D C PAPER PLATES CUPS '\
a Repairs
|eted work his master's Fred Gibbs, Giles Mil All lamp
on D. C, were in personnel In niece, Leanne Brown of Lake
"are, In education. The col- 1952 and' In Operation on the City, who came home with ler and F, Relde Onley, are at Wort! by Experienced Designers and '
net will Join the English staff General Staff in 1958. Interrupting them from a recent Jaunt to the Methodist Women's Society Craftsmen DICK & MEADOWS \
Venice High School, fillinge the Pentagon duty wasa Daytona Beach. (which Included of Christian Service Schoolof :
vacancy left by Don Stoneho second tour of duty at Fort sons Jeff and Steve) Missions In Lakeland The LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. PHARMACY r
has accepted a teaching Sill in 1955 as a battalion com and a visit to Mrs Boone's I school, being held at Florida THE I IS...,!: 'if 231 W. VENICE AVE. .'s
lllowship at Florida State Uni- Southern College, began Monday ..
mander. parents the A. J. Sheelys'inLake I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA PH. 488-6776
prsity where ht will be work- Retired In the spring of 1961, City. I and runs through tomor- I t'I
-i on his Ph. D. he entered graduate school at -0- row. I
Barely settled in their new the University of Florida that Popular VJHS Art Teacher -0- -
me, the Neumann's' haven McDowell Is on Mrs Ann Salzman left Wednesday ,
fall and the family lived there Miss Anne IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW
enjoying the beach to the until he completed his course scholarship at the moment at for a visit with her son- '
vilest( during the past week this year. Illinois State University study- in-law and daughter, Mr. and I'
nd a half here. The quartette Ing sculpture and art education Mrs. William Mitchell Royal when you
broken when "I've been too busy being a Mich. She will return to
ai yesterday She won the scholarship Oak
Herle,who Is a graduate of St. soldier or a student to think at for the best art exhibit in the her Englewood home In October. -
all about what Interests me,
ones College in Alexandria, area high schools during the w
he said. ,
other than' teaching
'a. and who has a year of Christmas season. The show -0- I DINEOUTIN ,1
led to the
min, ichool behind her, left Some cogitation to find she presented was at the Ven- The Jerry Meadows and oth- l
statement that he hope.
T' Washington, D. C. She ice Branch of Sarasota Fed- er Venetians vacationing II
ans to work there and hopes time now to do some boating., eral Savings and Loan Assn, Brevard, N. C., will be Joined
obtain a civil*service job In hunting, golfing and painting.The the scholarship donor. Anne shortly by the peripatetic Lucie a
e Department of the Army Neumanns' are membersof will be back in mid-August fora and "Stoney" Grey before they VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD
here she previously workedor the Episcopal Church and "breather" at the home of return to Venice for a visitIn -
[ a short time. Mrs. Neumann expects that her parents, the Ed B. Mc their home here. Currently ..
Daughter Rikl, a slender her Interest In church work Dowells In Sarasota before living In Raleigh, the Greys sMirrrsTAVERN )
Nile blonde, will enter the and hospital auxiliary work, taking up her teaching duties this summer have been skin- TRY OUR . & BEEFEATERSROOM
nth grade at Venice Junior both of which have been her here in Septembe. diving In Crystal River vacationing Grilled Onion r !1
:'igh School this fall. Born in major away-from-home Interests -o- In Nassau while the STEAK SANDWICH 55e

span on July 4, 1950 she has elsewhere, will keep her The Rv, William L. Ever- children' were with her parents, 12-Inch Home-made Pizza $1 up ROAST J"
Trendy attended six schools busy here, in addition to her hart of Englewood, who per- the Mark Joneses of Armada ((25c each additional dresting.) it PRIME RIB ,
hilt acquiring her eight years homemaking responsibilities. formed the ceremony at the Road, and touring North Caroline ,
I formal education. As to becoming permanent Jack Willson Donna' Crane spots. Including Nags M 16 OZ ) CHARCOAL
11 '
Col Neumann, who Is a smttI residents, chances are good, FROSTED MUG-O-BEER 30e BROILED STEAK
sod affable army retiree they think. k 1
h his forties, was reared in "At any rate, we like Venice THE GLADES Package Liquor Store s.
panatee County. He attended very much. If Venice likes us,
radenton High School, was there Isn't any reason for us to BAR &
graduated from the University alter our plans of settling down e4tkd1 Tamiaml Trail Juit S. of Bill Phillips Ford Venice Ave. Ph. 488-9963 ..
ft f Florida in 1938 and enteredhe here for good," Mrs. Neu-
Army In 1942. He served mann saidCompare.


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Overbrook GardensBy I Circus People HuddlestonsTo East faces,roll of group the regular and the familiar such toy are, seen plua the on the return linka of fi I

I ? Venice East NewsBy I a* }faerb Erich, 'Frank Starr,I of the area golfers who haI!)
Dorothy and John Blevln, played and enjoyed the V
E, KBOCrAMr. Hold ReunionMore Observe BALLY STUBBS ,Justine Steussy and Reid Onley East Golf course in the i>asl

I,P., and Mrs. Edward O. ants, Mr. and Mr. Joseph Robins than 200 active and retired Mr. and Mr. Frank James I being whipped into shape. The ---
Smith of 1994 Greenlawn Drive on Fairview Drive. Mr circus: performer held a Doherty of 114 Venice East back nine has all been cut and .
entertained as guest Mr.Smith's and Mr*. Yochim and childr reunion on the ground of thee (60th Blvd. left Tueaday to attend this i* a treat Improvement to ....
nephew and wife, Mr. enjoyed going swimming In th Rlngllng Residence in Sarasota AnniversaryENGLEWOOD the wedding ot their daughter the resident of the northern
;.! and Mrs Edward O'Brlan of Gulf and at Warm Miner! recently For some It wa* Deborah Roby to Mr. Edward section of Venice East Boulevard
Tampa last Thursday Mr. O'. Spring while here. the first meeting in more than Mr a II d Marl McCoy, The wedding wake a* their view wa* beginning -
Brian Is plant manager for the .- 40 years Mrs. Job Huddleston of MO : place Saturday la the to be hay with the high
Barker Mfg. Co. In Tampa. Mr*. Otto-Muller will entertain The group 1 Ia in the processof Wentworth St., Weit. will eel* Church of the) BId, Sacr gras. Mr. De Graf, well known JAMES T. BL DOC' AGENCY INC
I -0.- with a luncheon bridge forming an organization to brat their 60th wedding ann!. ment in Rochester, N. Y, local golfer, took over operation ,
Mr.and Mrs. Frederick Hanson party Tuesday at her home on Include all people, now living veraary tomorrow. The bride will be given away of the golf course and pro n t u nc.
of Manasota Key drove to 1345 De Prle Road Mr. George In Florida who have been active i Open House with ill friend by her father and will be 'at- shop only four week ago and
Tampa last Friday to meet Griffin, Mr*. Warren Kennedy in any phase of circus life Invited will be held in the Odd tended by Ml** Ann Ritchie of he and his ground crew of EJlv60sAeJ 1929
their granddaughter, Miss Pat- and Mr*. Codner. or show business Fellow Temple Englewood Stamford, Conn and the Misses "Dad" Deegan and Gary Jenkins I 243 W. VENICE AVE.
ty Hanson from Pontiac, Mich. -o- Don Edward of Sarasota, Road, Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 Casele; Hayes, Susan Selke, and have a right to be proud of I VENICE, FLORIDA
Miss Patty flew by Jet from The goal for a new Rectoryof one of the organizer, reports p.m., sponsored by their Cindy Eichler of Rocheste their effort. Mr. De Graf Select
Detroit and enjoyed the flight St. Raphael' Catholic that more than 1,200 circus and daughter Mr. Roy Tate, together -The groom' attendant an two very able helper* ha'j PHONE Consult en |Ind.j
very much. Besides being a Church Ia 1 progressing through show people reside on Florida's with the IOOF and the Mr.; Edward Wilcox of Ro- Um in the pro hop,. his pendent Insurance Agent at year
guest of her grandparents ahe pledge and cash contribution. West Coast alone. "Many of Rebekahs. hester and the bride'.three and hi* daughter Trudi. 4884791 would your Doctor or Lawyer,
will be a guest of her uncle and They hope by the time a paste the circus folks are difficult to Mrs. Huddleston hai been a I
brothers Bob
aunt, Mr and Mrs T. D. Dlff- Gregory With the reopening of the
I la named for Englewood the find Edwards laid. "We member of Lemon Bay Rebek I
city of San Diego,'Calif., Rob- whole renewed Interestha
Icy In Sarasota. quota will be reached. know them by the name they ah Lodge< 80 for the past 27 course
Dennis Doherty of San
art in the Venice I
--o- Oil a* performers, but often I sprung up
-o- years Her husband if a longtime Francisco, and Frank J. Doh- -
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Govro Mr. Fred Cromwell of 1QS3 their real names are entirely! member of the Odd Fellow Jr. of SarasoU. -
of Overbrook Road Journeyedto Fairview and Dr. and Mrs different" as well as a Free and Ac- arty
Cape Coral and Fort Myers Hugo Fischer of 2045 Forked cepted Mason of 40 years A wedding reception will fol; i. Situ i
Sunday. Creek Drive returned Saturda standing. low the ceremony and will beheld t
'Fair ExhibitFunds in the Treadway Inn In
- from a month', vacation at
Mr. and Mr. James Yochim Colorado Springs Colo. They lochester. The groom i Is the
and children returned to their were guests of Mr. Fischer' Released eon of Mr. Albert E. McCoyof
home In Albuqurque, N. M? slater, Mr*. Elizabeth Juel I Rochester and Mr. Jan r
last Wednesday. They have while then. They saw many in. 197,422 of the $1 million earmarked Kennedy Loven of Penn Yan, N. Y. The
been houseguests the past two cresting( places In and around couple plan an eastern coastal
week of Mrs. Yochim's par- Colorado Springs.! for the t..f'*.operation tour for a honeymoon which
or me Fiona paVilion Sunday ToursThe will include a visit to the
of the New York World' Fair World' Fair. Mr. and Mr*.
Nokomis has been released to pay routine Frank wW be
NettingsBy ,. space center at Cape
I Kennedy i is one of Florida'sleading louseguest of Mr. Doherty
Release of the fund came attar tourist attraction brother, Mr. Robert H. Doherty -
HART ALICE MCERAYPhone official said the Florida; particularly since the baa was during their stay in Ro-
4IWC9 exhibit has been operating in cheater for the
opened to the public for free wedding and
Mr. and Mrs. William Albright die in Barrack 784 of Veteran the red, mainly because general Sunday tour. ,the prenuptuial parties.
attendance the fair
had a family reunion in of WWI and the Legion was Gate are open from 1 to 4 -+-
St. Petersburg a week ago at a* he belong to both. ff.State Commission pm. each Sunday,. admitting Venice East resident are
the beautiful home of their son -e- Chairman Development Wendell Jarrard- can: to the 21-mile drive pleased to see the activity going CHRYSLER DEALER'SSUMMER
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and through the famed pace on at the Venice East CoIl
A said
the Florida Pavillion had
Air. very enjoyable picnic wa
Glen Albright. It Included launching area. Course Under the direction
enjoyed Saturday by about 45 been losing money, but there
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ben and the
Mr. "Ernie'
new manager
or so members of Barracks are no plan to close the exhibit
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold, of other Spanish moss Is not a parasite De Graf, the tees. greens, fate
764 Veteran WWI, Venice as states had done. STOCK
Venice. The occassion was to but air and
an plant. ways grounds are really
welcome back to Florida living Area. The usual amount and Recently the Florida Fair
the variety of food was enjoyed by Authority voted to remove a 25cent
William Albright Jr. They '
have been in all No need to tell of the wonderful admission charge to the I
Tarrytown, N. Y.
but have just been transferred swimming indulged In Florida Pavilion and to erect SELL-OUJrw.OO\ l
to Lakeland, Fla. They never at Warm Mineral Springs bya k i special Everglales exhibit on PATIO PORCHOR
did good number present. This the lakefront. The admission ,

ily.north too be far Good get back country away luck accustomed in from to Florida so you all are Billy the and to thrilledto fam and not the i short time year water was meeting w and* had just I am was by stayed cure all.held A a in before very good the Everglades chare will exhibit.Jerry' be switched. to the THIS PAINT SUMMER JOB? @[Flo J{] m C m@ JJUJmfJ [

new Jenna job and and all may success you to love your it a the* most swimming business, but was inasmuch dispensed

as you do love being back to with it was very short [ [ ) @ SAVEHUNDREDS i
Florida. so all could spend that much
more time in the water.
Mr. and Mrs. William Albright
also had as guests this DINING AT ITS BESTI! OF
,' past week Mrs. Albright'*
brother and sister-in-law; Mr. CYROSVENETIAN
and Mrs W. J. Reevea of

Clearwater.Mrs. MorrIs MOONBill DOLLARS ON'64

Harry Webber has returned SINGS FRI. AND SAT.
home from Venice Hospital .TFinance
and is much improved.She -.. r.. "'1f'1 CHRYSLERSSummer
wishes to thank most pro- I
fusely the Nokomis East Assn. supports it here..end W cost

for ne' the grand attention ..with one of out wonderfully economical
1 in the hospital, especially eve shipments are in. Get an 18-foot 2-ton
for the beautiful ,
flower received
from them. step) HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS Chrysler NOW for hundreds of dollars less! High

-0- ,,
quickly mj conrenlently arranged to improve

friend Our, nearby Mr. Harold neighbor W. Cham-and Dr. Scholl's! ARCH-LIFT your home in any way,inside ot outside: est trade-ins of the year! You'll save a bundle!

berlin is confined to Bay Pines :,ft
Hospital. He baa been ill for WALKING SANDALS See tff for rfefoifj;wftfauf obligation today I See your Chrysler D.aler-the
belt o! the
some time but entered the hospital You wouldn't believe sandal big car men
only this past week. His could be this comforttbl Built-in
daughter Mrs. William Reid arch support, molded sole. ,cupped
from Niagara Falls is still herewith heel.Tan Black,Red,Whit $]Q95 mtammttiFIRST IIIdf M sags WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
her two boys and goingto nm OF VEnlEE
hospital to visit him as often AIM several style for MEN end CHILDREN. 'f'T
as possible. Anyone of his MOTORS INC.
friends wishing to drop him a SHOE COMFORT SHOP
card, his address Is Room 209 W '
SpeciV/'rf/ h Arch end Shoes 1500 South
Building 37 Bay Pines Hospital Support Orthopedic Tamlaml Trail Venice Phone 488.6745

I Bay Pines, Fla.He would. ..... BMKI 251 It .$... TAMIAMI.. 4 .... _TRAIL Clm w.-..wdm VENICE- .... WU4M
..t. be glad to hear from his bud.r

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"'"'", "H" "''AT,, JULY 23, ,I7M THE GONDOLIER 1
iF1,0 Hrs. .

Campers Are Rediscovering "Back To Nature" Charm Ii| nil.V N,, I l i t" 'IteaaU ;.la

weekend, 'and vacation VENICE v.
Memorial Day nomads. During the summer the trip 1
on !,on. trekked past the Venice has had its camping are pretty well family affair e
,Mp ut per M A akka State Park and devotees for several yean sine most of them take their ] We Give You Free Art. Green Stamps '
t ate portion of them Itay.d now, both "loners" and groups. vacations separately, and generally I 1
,01' out; in every ImFinable One such loosely-organized at some camping lit.
to sleep kind of camping fa. group, which is growing as the Should they be headed some- I REG. 39eWHISK
', filllni every available enthusiasts interest t h 11 r where specifically the camp (* BROOMS 290 ; J
Iii" IlIe friends, began with six coupletand equipment IDea along! *o that a+ r1a
ampln a calebratlon was taki their assorted progeny they might camp out en route. y
True, but the extent and'ar"II who number 18, or did at the Currently on such jaunts are u'
I puce, of facilities' and equIp. last count the Winsetts, off on a fiveE HARRIETT HUBBARD AYERS
indicate that the popu- Group GrewT week Jaunt, and the Dunaway. i
ent being! swept into back. h r s a now include the and their four | a LIPSTICK a 500
lace 'I movement Both eco- Crelghton Hattens, Bud Steel. for six weeks c !' is
o-nature I \ el. Ralph Wlnaet',. Ted Van trailer in the : I :
I"o"ICI" s"fr mttheghurly-bur. Pelts, James Dunawavs, Fred Crelghton Y y t.
1t t living are con- Strammers Bill Edmondsnns the Keys with t r4 REG. $1.49
IK of community the greet Increase Talmadge Thompsons and Bob ing-camping ; SUSP 3 "'

ribuNne<< .
I popularity' of campingJ. Lees. By the next group trip, Bill a
In.the. Along with thl goes an come fall, further enthusiast camping in -C 44'Fa
Im", also, in park!, faciH- are expected to have acquiredsome route to _
.I :"f.nd equipment offered toJBl type of equipment and Edmondson's REG. 98c t
. hand of weekend will Join the party camp on the
"e' Off next ROLAIDS sa. a 53; .
a father-son
i Rich and son, t:'

hope Sri of to take REG. 98eLISTERINE f.'

mountains""Perfect 590 .
Camping, {
lieve, is the ....t, .JJ'-' .'r ----- )t

family of such inno- Florida Keys for a few days of camping and {
nightmare vation in the lives of the Dick niches of North fishing. Fritz, the Rich' Wiemaraner who is 11 BAYER ASPIRIN .a e e 530 r
by the Riches while
up shown keeping an eye on
Park Boulevard Mrs. Rich 1 Is also an inveterate -
rr years ago, camper but will not be along next week they inspect their gear, will go alona.Restaurant \
longer do the
1 when Dick and son, Mike, go down to the I
cope with REG. $1.50TECNIQUE
r s and skunks Cam-Pact Co which com
with soggy fairly complete living i t8a11
ralned-out with easily handled
the Army tent .
that preceeded Camping Magazines 4'4
,, REG. $1.35NOXEMA
part. Now devoted specif
Magazines '
are rainproof to camping and camping SKIN CREAM 760 :'
animal ,
now cater to a I IMEN'S
storing and which grew by leaps SpecialsFRIDAY
are as bounds between 1950 and
... <"'". SfJU-tf'"_. "!' ties left at National Parks re FOAM RUBBER
40 ii:. .T .. 'oI-bIo 5 The AND WOMEN'S

NEWEST ITEM to Join the ever !Increasing variety of camp. In Two solving local 1,900 an increase In 1950 of to campers 8,000 in INSOLES 2 pair 490! "

hf, equipment Is the Expando-Camper, Just now entering pro- -: and the state parks from SOFT SHELL CRABS .................... $1,00 I
auction in Venice. Carroll Copp of Warfield Avenue, inventor now under to 18,000Campers .
1 and patent-owner, hi. wife and son, Ralph, left, are shown roll Copp of who take off on SATURDAY- ;

tIIIIide one of the tour models, with a friend of Ralph1, Bob proof against own without registering BAKED MEAT LOAF ........................ 82c SUPPORT HOSE
lems and
Fiphlman.x campsites further swell the
camper' FOR MEN 990 \
ranks, and crystal-ball gazers SUNDAY- a a .
",.., _1 _'-I time converts
rancment anticipate that not only will the BAR-3-9 SPARE RIBS, All Lean .... 99c
ties for four country soon be "on wheels," Complete Dinner, Soup Through Dessert
equipment is as it is now, but "on wheels 7PIECECADDYSETeeeaaa97C

Cam-Pact Longer on, ,that-sleep-two, four---or-eight---," -- I IA .

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p ea best bargain I
/ /AS your PEG $1.98 IRONING BOARD ..

t r 4 4 : PAD & COVER SET . 88

look inside \

REG. $1.49 50FT.GARDEN .p
.1 I HOSE 890

s- ... '" rcu and why I A I
., see :
(6an4W"r( .. PkoU ty Duel! M "" ) PISTOL TYPE

BOYS TAKE TO CAMPING like ducks to water, and the new .L HOSE NOZZLE e e . 77( :
trailer camper owned by Dr. and Mrs Fred Strammer Is; getting .
I the once-over by the younger male set. Inside, left to 1233 _
right, are Chris and Edwin Van Pelt and Ben Steele while
Eric Strammer, left, and Fred Jr. try out the doorstep for Ph. REG. 9'8eCOCONUT

.I testability. OIL SHAMPOO 390 ;j

If you like to make Ice-cream : }
kills ahead to store in your t ; ONE TABLET DAILY-FULL YEAR'S SUPPLY
trtezer, you'll find that a quartof () 11; MULTIPLE VITAMINS $3.65
Ice cream makes IIx'aoad rt
shed servings.You .
Car '
., .
MOP a . a 9k

may t I. ,, .-; .,'
j'f REG. $7.95 -

. drinking f, BLUE WILLOW . S2.99 e

dirty water 1 Quick Cooling at high speed for hot, 5 Cleaner Air because of extra-large,, per. REG. $2.00 "FAST"n "

dr'1dy 1y humid rooms.dehumidification Quieter Coaling at low.speed and out manentwashabiefllterremoveblewitbgreeter detaching grille. HOME PERMANENT . 99c I,

vy seltln&6 Exhaust stale air, Vents In fresh air Mn

a. .without f1 \ 2 Even Ttmparaturas automatically mainwith simplified control letting REG. $1.98 "BRITE SEr'
tamed by big,axtlae"sitlvt! thermostat 7 lnslda-0ut Protection against rust, corrosion
NMwO"ALMOST salt air with "Weather Armor SPRAY 98e
3 Flexible Air Flow lets you select more metal for casing and Internal parts. a .
than 10 variations for personal comfort
knowing it! 8 Permanently Lubricated compressor" and
4 Low Operating Cost and maximum coolIng fan motor for carefree operation.pressor REG. OR MENTHOL
matched com REG. $1.2910.02.
achieved with properly
Ifi no wonder!Most tap EVERY efficient, staggered 9 Extra-QuIet, specially designed fans
altar 'It ] It and highly AEROSOL SHAVE CREAM 610
COntain rust dirty particles mar, coils.Also wring more moisture out of air. move more air, more quietly.

wd,algae,worms,and rAN USE !
plait old,fishloned dirt and pocketbookThere's
im let rusty link md CARRIER has a model every REG. 98c 10-OZ. IIj
toilet bowl dingy liun-
dry, md cloudy, flat. a Carrier Room Air Conditioner for every purse AFTER SHAVE LOTION 490 III
titling water, But ? low about yours? We size room. Capacities: 5,600 to 23,500 BTU's. E ; !
and every
)Ou CAN clean it up.,. l
oily,innpinslvdy.. redecorating, remodeling': All types: "lnstallityourself".Thruthewall.Window -
A Ipltlll hone water cost, and on convenient terms. or Transom. 115-, 208and 230-volt models. Heat ,_"* REG. $1.89 lO.oZ.PRE.SHAVELOTION. r

petCQeefarvisamicro. tractors' estimates on'the pumps, too. Come in and look, over this quality line I) :coefaaredaeptlg.ewwna 910
.J .
topn partlclet. This .. .
here for a -
sew( litter gloat you done; then apply CALL TODAY FOR A FREE SURVEY
thOusands of[gallons pflpi'UinicleM.mttrtd lea. 1"1" ; provement Loan! ". 205 Base Ave. E.. One Block North of the Air Base' a !'a
rinirarnrd!:: : n
i' '
"lIar, III us loda,.Thi !fiuMDi ) IOl\IIS'\ REG. 98c LIQUID
rat l smaller than wale. ,*"ease'' ANDERSON INC.VENICE CREME SHAMPOO 390 ; ,
rmdthmkl pars 304 WEST VENICE R.. L. . ;

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2t L Venice Ave. than ether mule
"ScJf/ltofll CO fty"i OWed j jI Mora Cerriet. conditioning !Is sold year after1 year any
488-4347, 488-2465 4

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VtllIn-Dixie Sales -17"0- -4


I It r a Score. Increase PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEER INCLUDING: Coca-Cola pI-Col a, Diet Drinks. 7-Up. Canada DryClnd

Old Mllw.u' Pbat Beech other poplar oft drinks.
Vrioa Dixie Storaa, lea. BUDWEISER. MILLERS. Bemerien Canadian OLD MILWAUKEE SIZE
which operates the Kwik Chek Ace Net6 16 *. ::
I r Supermarket In Venice and BALLENTINE ALE Bohemian Ballenttn Beer BUSCH BAVARIAN ;
Bl ScMita. Falilaff 6 pak
Bupermarketa in this area 6PCNG3SIZESCcarta.
Md throughout the Southeast 6pak 6 4.4c 6u3LAR &
pok fl' :
recorded a 5.74 per cent Inerases :
I in sales during the four- $118' :actor p/ua/ ffl
week period ended June 27. 98C bottles 78C12'OL deposit/
1'1Ie volume totaled $88,90S,'. 12-oL plea/
1M compared to $62.893,410 fort cans cans :RICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHEK STORE VENICE
r the corresponding period lastTear
an increase of $3,811,741.
II For the 52-week period ended
June 27, sales were $871,792-
JM compared to$831.322,800
.. of $40,469,464 or '.87 --


Notesi leg. jars j 6 Pak
I i o ( s-Lb.
!Marguerite Peterson p 39c 12 or. Tab 98c

The Boat Club of North Port BgLMOee Top CansLMtTweWrtkOtWrVdase
Charlotte met last Thursday
evening with 82 members and
guests in attendance. SAVE WITH THESE STORE- ,,
With*S fit Mart Mar *
Coast Guard Flotilla 87 from ati WIDE BUDGET SAVIN'
Englewood was well represented CELLF
and presented' an Impressive The Smart SPECIALS FROM EVERY DEPT.

picture In their full uni Mrs I HtctIYt LLUIIIII2S Plus As An Extra Bonus _ IMt One Of Year asks
form. in charge of .
They were
Place To Go.
a public instruction class on We Give Yon
safe which Included
For Good mayonnaiseKRAFT
safe habits aaf equipmentand TOP VALUE
9 to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Frl
safe boat*. Those attending -
and taking part from En- ? i.m. to 7 D-m. Set.Vvaatny Things To STAMPS DEEP SOUTH
glewoed ware Commodore Jerry
Hamor. Karl Shaver Instructor RlfMs, ....?. Eat! For Free Brand Name Gif W-D BRAND

Robert ; Training McNary Officer. Captain Dr.: 3932 2 9 C' .Frusa MADE Cov'Llass. "A": C

officer.and Charles Ray Casual Ingram educational Paul Ness Limit ON With $5 or More Order COLONIAL .1. 4to6Lb.Avg.Per Pound 29

Members of our own local With Other Purchase' *
Coast Guard Include Commodore
"Bob" Canfleld, George
Doan,Jim Chance. Robert Orr, S tJGAR .
Wilfred Churchill, William
Brink and Hubert McKibben. <
The group suggested an eight .FRESff eRQDU ; .
course lesson to be given in

Several' of-the young peopleof
the First Baptist Church at- TTES Cantaloupes
tended a tent camp-out Monday i }
and Tueaday. The group
\ went to Hammock Heights ,
1 near Sebring, Fla. 539c20.jFILTER CtnR. 2.63 3iumbof $I o0
Next Monday, July tt, the ......
young people, senior and Junior
high, leave for a week at SAVt tt FANCY SANTA ROSA SWEET
Camp Florida, Tampa August .2 59
J-B is the date set for the .................... Plums Ib. 25c
junior age group to attend theearne F
camp for one week. The FIRM SWEET EAROESAYE

) pastor son, win Rev.serve Charles as athletic Cuthbert-director tt THRIFTY' MAID . Peaches Ib. 25c
for the two weeks. The ,
camp iM sponsor ed by four of I. ... .... . FANCY JUICY

the Churches Independent on the West Baptist Coast I of Tom1CuIsup21225C: j.; .; :':. ': : Nectarines Ib. 25c

Florida.On SAVE 4t VAN CAMPt
Sunday, Aug. 9, Dr. Don 46.8180' MID WESTERN CRISP
Walt, pastor of a Baptist Pork : M.aMa'.SIZIEAT'1
be Church the fai guest Massachusetts speaker at, will the : 10 ,MIMAU :. H v.,: OL2U7'EIIZIS, Lettuce 2 for 39c

Sunday service.
Daily Vacation Bible Slhool W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE Extra Value Trimmed.. In CHUCK
starts Au, 17-28 for two weeka 225 1
Plans are made to contact
. .
every home In North Port '
i Charlotte to enroll students for SAVE SIc BRAVO

the Bible School-a- Corn.' Beef. 3"-: $looSAVE ROAST

mission Members passed of the unanimously City Com- Per 194

o Ordinance 64-3 which brings lOc THRIfTY MAIDSmall
i the city' building permits in
ISM with the southern standard
building code, after hearing 2T25 1
I .
the second reading at the .
meeting last Monday, July 13.I SAVE".--SEUaiON OF All VARIETIES OF BAO) W-D BRAND U.S.CHOICE RIB

I its Ordinance first reading No. 64-4 and was places given a Steaks
Candies. > 8ge
3 u'
S $100 . .
/, consumption.10 per cent tax This on all tax electrical will be . : w.o'tAH".l.CIIO<
I added to the electric bills and SAVE lOc tRACIeIN' GOOD S I
: turned over to the city. This :. Slew
(r will increase the city's income Firs . . u.19c
1./I'. approximately $6,.000 annually. ILnTtreF: 39 "
This ordinance win be given its i IN THE PIECE SMOKED
second reading at the August -:.
I meeting of the commissioners.A SAVE 1J. SUCK (lIMIT FIFTEEN) .._.o_ Bacon . u. 29C
letter was read at Mon
I ,,i I cia,.'. meeting from General Dog Food I5"i'looSAVI Palm River or Virginia Brand Regular Sliced
Development Corp. dated June l
30th and signed by Secretary SEABREEIE Bacon .* 3ge
Robert S. Washburn, in which IN OUR . .
1 they deemed it necessary l: P DAIRY DIP r-
Bread .2-33': MEDIUM ,'"
that the sewer tax be increased Cookies. PEa 39 Can Ham 1
from $3 00 to $4 50 monthly EASHION
In reply to this letter the EGGS YIIMILDC

,"r I wrote City of advising North Port Mr. Washburn Charlotte I[ Stock Up! :FROZEN F'Q'QDS, Stock Up! I CHEESE Roast QUICK FROZEN IAMB SHOULDER

I concerning Florida statutes 39e
1b. 59c .
chapter ISO.14, which provides 2 0"79 .r
that In all events the rates to THRIFTY MAID D Id 015 QUICK FROZEN IAMB SHOULDER
.be charged by a private company SAUl IliCED NATURAL /
I ; organized to render sewerage Chops49'.
services to residents of Ice Half
a city shall be fixed by the city 38 ARC SMOKED
I ,
council upon proper hearingfor i'' Psi. 3 Sc
: that purnoso Section 3 of
Ordinance 81-1 has not been TOWN HOUSE READY-TO-EAT PECAN FROZEN LswerFmIMr W0AAND KRAFT'S CRACKIR Sausage .* 39C
complied with in this case and
: the city commission Insist upon Pies BARREL SHARP FRESH FROZEN CEllO WRAPPED FILLETS OP COD OR
compliance.The : -39' VEGETABLES GROUND CHEESE Perch
commission awaits a .* 39e
formal 57c
application from General ASTOR CHOP !SPINACH
.rate Development increase, which Utilities la to for be 5 T!.flea' Ed 99c SPINACH SOUTHLAND COUARDS er TARNOWS SLICEDBologna
.. er
1, substantiated by evidence Wn11R00TS 39 'Pkg? 39 t
'which In their !Judgment would IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRIED 3 (R.b$ OR BUTTERMILK
be considered appropriate. 2: MIXtMUP HERMAN'S ORANGE BAND SLICED
Potatoes 3 $100 BISCUITS BAKED
When this Is received the commission 6. SAYER
.... 9ge *
will hold an open hear- 4 BaCw 3ge Picnics sa
(rag to consider all evidence : PkF 4ger'
and after deliberation, the matter t.. O ClNfN:: C
1 will be acted upon.A o o o! M \}. !}$ rM .{I ,
letter was read from the SO ExT1A 101 FAIW f1AMPS so EXTRA SOP YAWS STAMPS > .. tM .
Men's Garden Club of NPC In s-w- -- -w e._ lO EXTRA 'TOP VAW1
which the presIdent Mr.ClaireC. r' "'" ...."""a 0.... 9I kland M.rr-. f1AMPS+.... 501ixTRA rwerw.wws FOP VALUE..STAMPS..r EXTRA TOP VALUE
Count, proposed the city '-ct.... s'.....99c IaLe....c.r, we sloo I I.hn_'.ea.Kl..v ...... .1Ito-_w..., mM.M1
adopt the Bottle Brush Flow- toM.......CIM6 a::....sNse a........MNw I ( Fber Wes aCl 97c T..e.. 67c 1125 '.mew'1 Cuba". w
c V ring tree.Tree This as was the unanimously city's offIcIal awryl All. a twos V.N....a a"+"l'a .....sees-Y.MRnNM.......CIM6 _+ha.... MN...eM11..:. .....i..._ ...,....Slwaa4rka(10011. .'.-. .
GJVmJ'O'm11 I e-r.y.M a sa soh as '-voW"'- '"" '
.passed Upon. br the commls- 11WMWm, _tmt j'fli'j jfJW l w O I '
n mw: I
mrt! m .. mmm'rmwvwr WJUnlNjm: Yfm li'fm'

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VE FLO!!". TH'IRSD" *," f'MY' ?> '1944

1-Mrs. A. L. Baum and Mrs. lalTI' -
I Scores '
Bridge '
I A. Pinkatafi, 83. 1-Mrs. .1.. '
It>Iprrl cad< Mrs \'!
I 't'Ii Bridge Studio IS Bridge 14 2-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and C. J. a. Kalec, 64.I t ;

\ / : 1-Col. V. B. Dixon July and Mrs. 1-<::01. V. B.Studio Dixon, July and Mrs. Hauerbach, 80. -Mrs. L. J. Unertle and N. 1
IISSllJIDfi S-Mrs. H. Brown and Mrs. W. K. Patton . j' ,1.
-I I J JI J. H. Morris, 82'>i. J. Q. Kalec, 44. ajvt I 'I
I : \ 2-M. Shoenfeld and Mrs. J. Geisser, 80. J-M.: Schoenfeld and Col. V. :
J-Col. I. Nelson and M.
J. Nealon, 8014.3J 4-Mrs. K. W. Erlckson and B. Dixon 60H.i ,
K Hill and H. Reimer, Shoenfeld, 42. Mrs. Q. Graff 78*. -Mrs. R. Handle* and R. V. ,
68. 3-Mrs. C. Carlson and Mrs. Venice Contract Bridge Club, Handley, 68ft. I

4-Mrs. L. J. Unertle and V. B. J. H. Morris, 41.Wom.n' r
Carter 85K.: Club, July 18

CLASSIFIED Houses For Sale Monday Night 1-Dr. R. F. Wilcox and Col. Barrett Approved a Rubtrotd Approved
I Business PersonalsCREDIT Auto For Sale Dixon .
I-Mrs. May Barf as and Mrs.E. V. B. 6644. -

BATES V""Jt.! _.*' ." I......... .......1.. Sciacchltano, 56. 2-Mrs. 3. H. Morris and MissE. I Iflma'
Alt I ar 0..I.rtk.. ...,.. Im.nlp.1.. '57 VOLK3WAGON. radio and 2-Mrs. K. W. Erickson and Morrison, 83.... ,
I both Thursday .IIT. CARD beater. Good condition. $850. K. W. Erlckson, 48.... 3-Miss S. Piper and Mrs. J. ,11J tTt "'IUH'
Charge Editions EXCLUSIVE I A r-buy.dust FORGERYINSVRANCE See at 265 So. Nokomis Ave. 3-Mrs. F. Bridges and J. K. G. Kalec. 82'/t. \
end Monday listed. Nearly new 3 bedroom Hill, 48. 4-Mrs. E. C. Morlson and VI) SEAE '1011011 5
$1.50 home. 2 minutes from Protect your liability due to 1958 CHEVROLET pickup 4-Mrs. C. Graff and Mrs. U Mrs. T. B. Richardson, 61HBrldje ,
ping center and schools. shop lost or stolen credit cards. truck with utility bed. Ex.I J. Unertle, 44V&. Studio. July U
Quiet $10,000 three tremely clean. $695 488-2463 '
coverage, $28
minimum 1 residential LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO.
((12 word area. Under $1J,500 years. For full particular
Additional Words, each 60 Byron Markle. Realtor Phone atop in or call 1964 CORVAIR, 4-door sedan Earle L. Kilton John O. Bennett.
488-47O. White, blue Interior. Call Ph
EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCY 4882776. RUSTON'S RADIO & TV Complete Roofing Contractor
both Thursdayand
CASH rctes, C.B. HOUSE, corner lot, atove SPRAY COATINGOn
Monday Edition Refrigerator. For Informa:
lion call 4882860.BEAUTIFUL 110 W. Venice Ave. 488-MS9 I InstructionFRENCH 125 Miami Ave. W. Tile, Aibestot and Built Up Roofs "r ,

$1.40 Nokomis, FI,. Ph. 488-S9I3 '.
Inside and
i)2 word minimum' ) 2 Bedroom, 2 bath out. RUBBER lessons for beginners I" "
Additional Words. each 5c Central water and sewer. Owner der. Overnight service Office and advanced, by qualified! I ,r
must return north. Sacrifice teachers. Call 488-1497. 1214
personal pocket or stock

. I_Aim* 'I.AW., .:*.....was...*.."alaaafcuT ors price.Phone Bryon 4884706.Markle, Realtor 4881432. Mango Ave., Venice August 1 to August 17 ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION I
Iliarrtla* <* MUM JOBS WAITING Wilkinson
I Y.pfn 51 ttiaartla* ... itor.... Dressmaking, alterations draperies -
A...." ...... W II MM W Real Estate School. Enroll
.O |ar an of Mia Oanaallat" : PO. RentalsATTRACTIVE etc reasonable 4U-1130 now 262 S. Tamlaml Trail
{.. ...tar. U! pal ta alaa UMa."CLASSIFIED MAINTENANCE
Phone 488-5531 or 4885698. -


One Edition, per Inch $3.00 Ave.vats Week heated pool.month W. yearly Venice SHEPARD Lost Member Chamber of Commerce LIGHTING SUPPLIES ?

Both Editioni, per Inch $3.50 Reasonable eummer rates. Ph. LUMBER CO.
ads 488-3681. 1003 N. Washington Blvd and diamond wetHmg ringon B&W Auto Repair ANDERSON ELECTRIC, Inc.Base .

All ,. payable In Saraiota Nokomis Beach off pavilion
idvance oicept et'abliihediccountw , 4 BEDROOMS, 2 Baths. Large caD Reward Contact The Gondolier C MODERN EQUIPMENT a Cockrill Street Phone),488-4794 J
living room carport. Yearly EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE e
ELLIOTT PAUL Newspaper -- ,
basis Near school and shop
CANCELLATION ping. 504 So. Nassau St. for :\RGi"MALE, brown, shorthaired C ALIGNMENT a WHEEL dc
ADJUSTMENT S .... tT.,...,..... .... ROOF TRUSSES hunting dog. Small ENGINE TUNE UP Ir,
Ofttaa. .. bar MI mn darns Alum. Window a Doors. white blaze on face Vicinity
Requests for cancellation ... C.II,, LOU JACOBS .l..11.t Contract Roofing a Painting Laurel. $5.00 reward. 488-3436 OVERHAUL

or adjustment b.e I u I. of TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, fur Phone 488-2132 Venice AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE ,
error must be mad for nlahed, on Shore Rd. Close I
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE to beach. Couple only. Apply

g pjn. on Monday. For Mon- Taylor' Store, Albee Rd., No- TYPEWRITERS Machines (mechanically and Adding op IM TITS COWNTT lUCBB'S COURT 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502 I'I

diy Gondolier BEFORE Bpan corals. erated) Chemically/ IM AND FOR 8ARASOTA COUNTY.
Thursday. like .
on 10'xSS': : TRAILER. 2 Bedrooms, new. Just $12 50 plus parts IN REt: Tk. :but irf ,
if required. All makos Venice MART t REEVIS: No. 1MINOTirB I
PHONE 12'x38' cabana. Phone 488- i
Stationer, Ill W. Venice Ave. o-uH.' TO CREDITORSTO '
1773. 4888113. ALL CREDITORS AND OTHFR': :
Situations .. ..
Wanted Y. haraby tlll. and Taqulradto
year. Completely furnished ai
".. anr .111.... 'or .......cIa which
Sole Automatic heat and air con KM have aaalnil tha aald aatalain 1
Lots For aur
I IHIoned. 10QO Sq. ft. On E. WOMAN WITH CAR wishes tha offlaa at the Curate Judra ofSaraaota City of Venice Tax Roll for the year 1964

i i Tampa St,, close to stores I housecleaning by the hour on ham, at Oonntr.........Florida.. Florida In, dthl..1 tiia Coar> will be open for Inspection In the office of the
Tel. 588-4194. Saturday. Phone 474-1050. Call rat ......d.. montba fmm tha data of City Clerk In the Venice City Hall daily from i

test of. Mile U. S.from 41. Value beach.1250.Block Saturday or Sunday afternoon. alalm tha tint or publleatloa._.... moat of.the.. In mtlea._'..,...h Indupllul 9 a.m. to .m., Monday through Friday commencing .,
DUPLEX furnished. 2 bed July
anil moil itat* the P5..5rmldra 16 through July 28.HARRY.
Make offer or trade for 18-20 room. In Citrus Highlands WANTED IRONINGS. and port office. addnai of the

ft. MFG boat and motor. 488- Near beach. Phone 488-3323 after delivery. Ph. 4882575.Pickupand claimant claimant' ,, hit ana aiant mat ba or.hli.....1..'.lb.or W. HAGER 1i'if I ""t;
662t. 5 p.m. and weekends. .It will baaoma Told ..,""'In. ta taw City Clerk
V'NICD. IUSIDDNra f.TBv.NIC. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, unfur- Help Wanted RAZBN 15PHORDING.riride Publish: July 16, 23, 1964 '../
BCsiwese .ITBO Pnwir a Lldit Ailldlii
CALL IOU JACOBS. 4M-II5T I I nlshed. Plenty room for children ve l-. Florida.
I and pets. Phone 4886781. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office Alto'.... for the Fitata.Publlnhl k'1
Julr e. 14 a4 1M4.
ELK INLET Seawalled prlvate wants live-wire licensed real
boat basins E, L. Kilton, VACATIONER'S NOTICE. estate salesman. Reply J. C., t I
Bayshore Drive Nokomls. Completely furnished 1, 2, 3 Box 748. Venice
room apartments and bath including MORE PEOPLE ARE I '
Real Estate utilities and linen.. BOAT BUILDERS or young q4 ''',
Weekly $10-$1S-$20; Monthly men who would like to learn SUBSCRIBING TO AND CORRECTION OF THE :, .

$30.$53-$65. Call 488-3447. evenIngs boat building trade. Phone : )
> BEDROOM HOME in Noko- .3
474-2569. 504 and 518.Armada Sarasota ,
mis. Near water, stores and ROLL OF THE ,
post office. Newly painted, Female Help Wanted TRAILWAYS IS MILESAHEAD IN ''
docking privilege. Rent or sale 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the

reasonable Phone 488-1231. water.. Nicely furnished. WAITRESS. FULL OF VENICE FLORIDANotice '
or part --- CITY
NPC. Phone 488-3681. 'II"
Houses Sale time. Apply to Venice Yacht ,
For Club after 11 a.m. SING DINE DANCE Ike Personal Touch :
Wanted To Rent It
ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom, 2 ACCEPTING Applications for ts hereby given to ell whom it may concern lf .

baths Reasonable. Easy THREE BEDROOM HOUSE secretarial and switchboard GYROSVENETIAN I that the A.tenm.nt Roll of the City of Venice, Florida, Little attention mean a lot and you can ', ,
terms. P. O. Box 98 Venice, I
Unfurnished. Close in. Call position. Age 29-40: only. Give for the of 1964 has been equaliied and correctedand
or 488-6474. MOON year trust Trailwsys to be extra helpful every
488-8431 after 5 p.m resume of experience in ownhandwr1tln accepted by the City Council and all persons
CARR II BIND PRIYATC IALL ,. Reply to P. O. Fri. & Sat. Lil a Bill to have correction made thereon whether In way. Let our personal touch smooth out

Ix none"p.dmm.n4 n.r. O.,.InI... us. V..'". Misc. For Sale Box 35, Venice. the desiring lilting or valuation of the property, or otherwise, your next trip!

are hereby required to file with the City Clerk, on or I It

OWNER sell! 2 HAD bedroom 70 MOVE tile I bath Must, -Plano_. GENERAL. TELEPHONE CO.OP' before the 28th day of July, A.D., 1964, !their aisesiment 1mROra :
Knrbe Everett
Steinway forth their to said
built-in protest setting objection
itove. nicely FLORIDA
landscaped George Steck Winter Cable mad.
in county. Six per cent assessment and the correction they or "
Nelson Fayette S. Cable
down and approximately $68 Hallett & Davit YOUNG WOMAN; rr they may personally appear and present the tame to ::

per month. WWII and Korean Musette Players Accepting applications for a the Council on the day hereinafter specified.You .

i veterans might qualify for payments Pianola Players position as general clerk in our

? as low as $38 mo., down -oran_ Venice office. Must be a per and each of you, will also take notice that
payment as low as $250.! Full Allen Lowrey manent resident and high the Council will meet at the Council Chamber In the
price $9935.: Chips Johnson, ....
school Between the I.
Realtor. 306 W. Venice Ave., COMPLETE SELECTION OF of graduate. City Hall, City of Venice, Florida, at 8:00 P.M. on .IIIAIII VINJCE____.._.._ .I LNo
Ph. 488-2241; Branch office, REBUILT FULLY RECONDITIONEDAND GUARANTEED Full ages company 1835. Typing benefits.; required Apply: the 28th day of July, 1964, for the purpose of con NOW f eon.YORK...,.._.. drip._- .Ip_a /bane HIM;

Kent Motel 625 S. Tamlaml siderlnq these protests, if any. I AND ORGANS _____ ._
Trail. PIANOS General Telephone Co. LOS ANGELES: : crew
Ph. !!
488-1695. Thra _..
Nrw amlaa la *llu-P
._.._.. .. .
ATLANTA linoCnmnlant
ONCE IN A LIFETIME "Florida's Largest Music Co." 1717 Golf St. Assessment protest form may be had at the CityCI.rk' e Tore aarrlai$ daily
you Sarasota Fla.
can get a 140 ft. seawalled, CANNON MUSIC CO. I to 12 a.m. Monday thru !G-ill office. TRAILWAYS BUS STATION
gulf< -front home with depth. 1301 1st St., Friday 235 S. Trail Phone 488-512 "
All rooms oversized. 2 bedrooms Opp. Florida Theatre BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCILHARRY

3 baths, large living Open Thurs. & Fri til 9 p.m. Boats For Sale
room with Ph. 938-lOr
fireplace, large
Florida room large( kitchenand 5-FT. FIBERGLASS motor, We can't "bear" to hide it. . W. HAGER w

garage Valued conservatively APACHE trailer. $305. Phone 488-0787. our storage Is a "reel" catch City Clerk TRAILWAYS.I 1,.
at 41000. Owner ,will World's number one camping Trenchard, So get on the line ''and City of Venice, Florida
Ma a drastic loss for quick trailer. Now also number one phone 488-1317 NOW. Easiest travel earth
ata. For this real buy, see in the Sarasota area. All 8-FT.. 35 H.P. Engine, trailer, on '
BTon Markle; Realtor. ,Ph. aluminum pulls up and down tanks. Ready to go. $490.: Ph. THINK OFIII' Publish: July 16, 23, 1964 .
488.4706. I In minutes. Two double beds 88-6787, Arquett.
off the ground Sold out of 4t"

VENICE GARDENS some models, More on the SACRIFICE OFFER 19-tt. LARGER ;
way. Low price, high quality. length, 8-ft. beam. plnto-Val- DISTINCTIVE I
WATERFRONT $15,000 Bank financed. Come see vo engine..Tunnel stern. All
bedroom. 2 bath built-in Ibreglassed. Hardtop. )Draft Real I Estate Corner I

.down Porch stove""lies.refrigerator.and plus with As oven low closing with hutton-down aa Screened$1.50000 matching cost- 100(CAMPER'S Opposite N.Saraaota Washington.Mass,WORLD Fla.Bros.Blvd.,) and gulf.488-3137 2-in fishing, Lots Wonderful of tackle.'room for$999.for bay Phone chairs and D I .r _, .,. I. ....i"

Drapes included. Water soft- TORE MOVED. Frame duplex -- 2 BEDROOM HOME

ever i apartment. Furnished. Delivered WOLFER MOTORS Inc. INTERESTED? 'I/I Block to Beach, Furnished
MeadeHouse ? a
/ to lot by INTERESTED ?
MYRON your .
441 McGLVNN. Realtor Moving, Inc., Sarasota. RAMBLER DODGE 3 Bedroom, 2 baths Screened Largo Lot, Paved St. .
Shamrock Ph. 488-4874 Porch, attached carport Oil
I Trait 8-3965-4'1-6150
3556017.: US S. Tamtaml $7950.00
NEW. RICHMOND Buckeye. MONEY on flash bulb.. SPECIALIST IN. . H. N. W/mm/ rs Realtor' heat
Choice SAVE (OS East Aurora
"ton. Water Venice Garden. loco Used Heliotron\ MM electronIc ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. KERMIT L. ,
and sewer. Central flash. Works on AC and re- '. Brake Repair Lubricate Chauli
the Beat It air conditioned, garage I chargable battery. Like new S Front End Alignment Oil Change for Western Union Telegraph N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR I

ormlca roof kitchen concrete, $ All First $10 buys it. Sam Dillon, Front' End Overhaul Adiust Headlights Beemi Monday thru. Friday 9 to I; Saturday to I REALTOR I (

nnnncing. Immediate occu- The GONDOLIER. Wheel Balancing Electrical Retain CLOSED SUNDAYS l 801 Laguna Drive J
parry. Phone M,. O'Hearn. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand 221 W. Miami Avo. '
Trl Equipment 4884108
*al8 or 488-1471 -Counflr Radio Repair and Transmission, Repair 1"

BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. All-conditioning Repairs and InstallationGREEN'S
SACRIFICE. LEAVING town.lav.i 955-570

a bedrooms I born., pool, I beach baths right! "PlH. I This week ipccfa/s/ on l ITS A HONEYI!
Wayne A>r CompressorsMisc. .a.
room, Wanted LEMON BAY AREA
MU bJth, Golden Beacd Chamber of Commerce
section I 2-bedrooms, 2| baths, Florida room, central heat,
828 Roberta SL .. PARTY wants to DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL .INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE beach rights, wonderful view of Gul.. Owner trans Scenic Banana, Grove o.) 100' i 300'landscaped lot '

"LEA VINQ TOWN WW ..aoriflc. PRIVATE I buy good, clean, used bouse- Heating and Air Conditioning ferred. Will consider renting. Underground Sprinklers '1/2 mile!' *. tntereoastal fishing. I y,
II1c. home ta cho'M' "> hold furniture,, dreaam!kar'*; and boating A-1 I bedroom h_. A REAL GEM. Unfurnished Y 1
etUon In Venice Gardens. 2 I dummy slie IU5, also 1 .hal. Heating & Air Conditioning' Installations, FRANK C. RA'EIURN" 10000. Will consider telling. furnished. t

l"re bedroom. Hi baths Den low well pump.' WrIte P. C., Gas Ranges Wafer Heaters "
bedroom J CM. be Large used aa a third. Box 748. Venice. '- Frte Estimate.-. REALTOR -GULF REAL TV .

Screened' Porch u utility: carport room eM. WANTED Walker and wheel ',No Job TM Big or Tie Small- I l 211 W. VenIce Ave. Phone 488,100 4tVMf I 214 S. TamUW i Trr.. O. Bet.'J!' -an. 4410 n'. ..41k
"nd8'e.ed! corner lot, W Hffl. Will '!0.1713.. Ph. 261 S. Trail Vanlee -. Ph. 4 l-:27i as asd
'II" Rd. Phone 488-J8M. Port CbarlotU .



: Kerin Hough 1st I Venice Captures Sr. Division 1L Tourney I

I B In lyakka Lanes Venice combined the brill from catcher. Bill Bailey \to make It two away Bailey became on Naples In the bottom of the well.received. by the OV.rflOIpcrowd.

ii, : ant two.hit pitching of Ron third baseman Steve Deans. the third out when he final frame by getting all three downed :
u Johnson, timely hitting and an The only other Naples base was thrown out at the plate, batters on strikes He registered Erglewood
Marathon Event outstanding defense to defeat runners were shotstop Jerry following Rohlwing hit 10 strikeout and walked Friday by. e score to gaia;
final Naples drew
Naples 2.0. of the only two. the : a tint.
here Monday nigh Davis, wso walked in the sixth, The second Venice run
I in the finals of the District 8 and second baseman Bruce lame cam In the top of the Ills opponent, Alfonso, gave round bye in the three'team
I Venetian BowlJack Myakka Lanes Kerln Hough rolled a 12 Senior Division Little League McCarthy who got a free! passIn seventh on a double by shortstop up six hits fanned seven and tourney Top hitter in the two.

Bullock" bowM .Into a spat .. II...., Night Ml..4 Lolo "" "on. game scratch score of 2175 anda tournament the first Richard Blizzard and a walked three day affair wea Rohiwinj, wy;
th* BPA team, Similar ."ht. with a Dnllaa Car**., 161, Inna. arrant, handicap score of 2535 Saturday The victory earned the local Fifth.inning Score single by Bailey. Both teams came up with had three-for-eight fur a JTJ
I III .1.RIo and. let atria! Tba tint 127 T.,>Larry< all|Johnm Brra Wilm.lfj.l''vlln,. T G.r.un.<.., night to win the first an. another step up the ladder on Venice broke the scoring Ice Johnson slammed the door fine defensive play that were mark
I team eoniUta of Lea Fry*, HermanDuke ,761.. | GMT.. DtYlIn. IDT' Urrr Jaho.b nual Myakka Lanes Women'sMarathon. the way to the state tournament in the fifth on two singles and
I Tarp Sourfeeer, AM 101 Clrda Davit, '
and Kill Benefleld. Tk earn Cellah* lam.Lucky or, t 0l, T.... S. Ao/1| Devlin toil (''.lay Canon Caw and at the same time an error by Davis. With one I _......_

Burdlna Jack. Bullock. Earl Tdg.bilk. III'Il.' etandinnt.. 51.117 Tam Summa'I. 21-10. Nu., .n.-...,. She registered five games of avenged a loss to the same out, first baseman Danny Jar- y N,. r tpe '
Tacheny and John Sca.'llone, and 1/.laGan.. 200 or better while compilingan team last year vis singled Davis' error on aground
Car Lamm,. era tied for tha fifth ..potPat ,...Team.. "A".. Rrralck Vie_Mctlain Rrardoa, excellent 181 average I Naples garnered both their ball to short by Bailey
i 1&11 Tam
Carney anla M Ik* ladlee for <. TI', T... *. 191| T..m 1. lint, In second place with a handicap hits in the second Inning, but gave the hitter a'life at first
kith. lama of 174 ,In Iht Lucky Buck" Hurt M..u....., US I rod Shlnn. 1851 score of 2420 was Donna both runners were erased on and sent Jarvis to second "

Saturday eight and .Bill.... Rlneharl, blab. Saadloa Via MoClaln Team, SI5|4,Humid lit! :.:'COi.114 SO.IS Spittler, while Nedra Bates plays at third base Third base. Center fielder Richard RoN. 1ST ASINJULY
with a IN for th* I Tam I". IMS.Taariar came In third with a 2350. man Steve Steel led off with a wing second one-begger of

Game and Fresh Water Fish W..a'. Brralrk F... Fourth place went to Dora double and went to third on a the game then plated Jarvis
lack. Peitlmn. ...,.....
III-III P lat.loot .
Commission regulations RarrlMU H.ndrtx. MO-661 BUnd Jean Banes with a 2327 and single by pitcher Carlos Al'onso after Johnson had fanned to
provide Inn I P..I_. Ore. Hot and Da>h. !2. ending up In fifth was Leora Johnson then picked . . ,
that a Florida wildlife officer lei, ran E'.. MCM. and Th. Laba, .
Johnson with 2310 Steel off third and Alfonso .
Nil( Th.. Wicked Women. 11-14. a wentto VBVTCB aRoMwIn p b IIIAPLIII .k k
may search any vehicle, We.en a DavUea Ellialnall.n. Don Others In the 4 money" were second on the play. Alfonso *.of 111 nab.m 15 6
boat or other transportationdevice n. and Edith Bplttl.r drfaod. Luciusand Ddtnnif 101 McCarthy.tb 110
Kay Frye sixth, 2297 out at third when he attempted
; Margaret was .
Nanny Cooper. UI9-1129 fir the Oran TtBtniblf I I I 1.lohnlOn.a 'I'
while in, leaving or entering thampknuhlB. Manor Caps had kirk. Enochs, seventh 2291, to steal on a pitch ,tkDMma. 1 0 Ma-hum- 6 0
fish wildlife ilntla and aerlee with li4-4". For the I .SbBllnwnl 556 Ptal'. s.. a 0 I
a eighth, Helen Kilby, 2281 Gin. from Johnson to first baseman .
Inner.... Donna had blab aerial with ; aal 1 II Alfoo. ,t. I'
gement area. ISO and Edith blab llnile wllli a 171 ny Stahl, ninth, 2283.wwrog..rp. Roger Mann, the play going l Ib 1 I 1 Moon. Ih I e lCollar
I .. I I I 8tooooba..If I' IR.

...... .. "'-- ..... . , ..-". "' .Jnhna..p II.! liT.! 1I'!!,.......,.r 111! 0 eTM.4 I
Vntlna _..._.....__.. coo 010 1_t
Napta _._.,..._......'''_ OM 000 t-4tt
Johmoa and Bail.,I Alfonio and
I.' Jab.,..
ur New Mower
Shop snit:. ,xr, a.

Opens In NokomisLee SALE
1 ur w. w USED
u2 Elmore has opened a
Power Mower sales and serv-
Ice in the same building! be. ThuzL
hind the Nokomis Post Office CAR
where Harold a Mower and
BIcycle shop formerly was located t

wHERE Lee,. a native of Elkhart BUYS

I Ind, previously owned a marina ? A
In that city where he sold ,

and repaired all makes of .
power mowers on the site
Then his hobby harness racIng -
took over and he sold the
marina and with his string of I
five horses raced them
throughout the country II ,i
Ten years ago he and his +1p'y' '/ P4
wife Jeanette and two chll- lil u r't

dren, Vicky and Jeff visited y
Florida and decided then that 0 t

one day they would make their
A:."" iJ !fL'-' t'"...,.....,j J:: home here.

He carries three nationally
(Gondoliw photo br Dlrrl Mattoi)
ARE ALL-STARS who will represent Venice in the Lit- Lions; :Ulan Bates. alternate, Venice Rotary Rear: Courtney known brands, Lawn Boy,
tie League Junior Division District ( tourney They will meet Willis, manager; Paul Taylor, alternate, Florida Power tt Southland and Snapping Turtle
)I Punta Gorda tonight at 7 p.m. at the Sarasota Little League Light; George Yahraus Osprey Merchants; Mike Young and repairs all makes and

I ',' park on 12th St. Left to right front: Lester Gentzler, alter. Venice Lions; Jim Sittler and Rocky Glisson, Osprey Merchants models ,. 'dlwi.i.wwr.

r'I nate, Venice Lions: Gerald Perlick and Kenny Curry, Venice ; Larry Burris, Venice Lions; Gordon Tison, Osprey
'I' Rotary; Eugene Fowler, Venice Lions; Joey Moulton and Recreation; Dennis Crawford, Florida Power & Light, John WHERE TO BUY. .
Bobby Sanders, Osprey Recreation; Barry Knott, Venice Shaver, Venice Lions; Jim Knott, coach "LET'S FIND -1
t- I '

Venice Junior Division All-Stars BEACH"by I Automatic Full Factory Hardtop Automata

M. C. Thomas Equipment P. Steering Radio Heel


l Meet Punta Gorda Tonight At 7 P. M. .. Dick Roy' &303 Sporting Meadows W. Kenic Good Pharm Are '64 $1845.THUNDERBIRD 64 FAIRLANE $2695.

231' W. Kerne Art.
Venice Junior Division Lit- Park on 12th St. Is 7 p.m. Tice In 1961 the locals advanced and Florida Power and Light Full Power Factory 4-Door' Sedan All
; .
Venice Stationer
tIe League All-Stars will travelto Opening tilt of the tourney to the finals of the regional by one 211 W. Kem'c Art. Air Conditioned Factory Equipped ,
Sarasota tonight to meet will be at 3 p.m. and will pit tourney before being eliminated
Punta Gorda in the finals of Naples against Sarasota Nationals by Clearwater. Many of the ; . Venice Chef Reitaurant. $4495. 51995.I ry
i At 5 p.m. It will be Sarasota members of that Venice team 100 Tompo AI.. .
the first of In the District
day play are now on the Senior DivisionAll
going up agamst Matthews Rocks & Gem
9 tournament Game time Fort Myers .Stars who Monday night I
their 2205 S. Trail I WJ LATER MODEL USED CARS m I I
at the Sarasota Little League won tourney by downing
The scene for the second I - ----
Hickory Farms of Ohio
Naples, 20.
round of play to shift to Tice FINEST IN FAUCETS
(East Fort Myers) where Arcadia The present junior division For New Horan and OldBabe's 2242 S. Trail I 63 THUNDERBIRDFull '63 STING RAY
7 will meet North Fort tournament team is composedof Toy Town I ,
I for
an >f n Myers in a 10 a.m. contest At six players from the Osprey 238 S. Trail Power Air Conditioned Corvette Fast Back 4 Speed '

,!: enjoyable ftf Bi 3 p.m. the winner of the Naples area! and eight from Venice Dahlberg'i Gifts
day of WIUITRY -Sarasota National game and Nokomis The only repeaters 2215 S. Trail $3395. $3395.
will go up against Sarasota from 1963 are Mike Young
Florida, from Venice Lions and Bobby Wootwoith'i '
Sanders from Osprey Recreation Venice Shopping Center ) 63 IMPALA CPE
SARASOTAGOLF Englewood will play the win. .
ner of the Sarasota American.. .J&HDrugl 63 GALAXIE Automatic V-Radio-WSW

CLUD Fort Myers tilt at 5 p.m, The Twelve of the 14-player team f2f N. Trail Door Low Mileage
are 12 years of age and two $2195.
''I'I FEES. . "" ....' ing the victor in the Venice. Lions are represented by five Co. / Shopping Center
Just Off( Bee Ridge Rd. I Punta Gorda game. players Osprey Recreationand Plumbinq Tamiamt Basket Center '62 THUNDERBIRDLoaded
488.2402 488.5282 $1895-
I South of Punta Gorda Next Week Osprey Merchants by three U i
: II I 4011 S. Trail I ,
The semifinals and finals each, Venice Rotary by two Radio Equipped Trucks I
.' will be played Monday and P. O Box 454, Nokomis $2. 95.
; Tuesday at Punta Corda In Florida every boat must '62
) The last two have carry one approved life saving - COMET4Door
years seen
I Venice lose out in the opening device for each passenger, Automatic Deluxe, Extrai 60 FALCON WAGON
I! round of play both times to plus a paddle, a rope and an I Good Performer
anchor rLEEc1

THE OTHER DAY SEE:' -. f' $1295. $795.


I I you A young tell me man what asked books"Can to the new at formerly HAROLD'S '61 COMET '61 MERCURY

II study to become a good used CYROSVENETIAN ] Wagon f Passenger
car appraiser?" We said Iiitcl.enAiclSuperba MOWER & 4-Door Automatic, Deluxe, Eats '

That a a worthy goal for any VariCycle MOON BICYCLESERVICE $1295.

young man, but frankly, we FrI. & Sat. Lil & Bill $995.
believe that all the words that 1
DISHWASHER ""'""" - '58
could be written on the subject CADILLAC CPEAir
would be pointless without do more fobs... Conditioned
n, a follow-up of years of exper ", ONO f rRAil OR SHINE 61 VOLKSWAGON4Door
ienc." We told him that some EASIER $795.
r top used car men have come DISPLAY .S 30 Inch Sedan NICE

up via the route of being good _

a I mechanics, and others have. ii NOW. wuaorI cut... $1195.TJMNSPORT4TION. LATE MODEL TRUCKS
learned their profession workIng
with a good used car manger So easy .

I And we pointed out that handle '63 CHEVY CORVAN
: I
1 even the most expert appraiser (
I gets fooled every once in
I i awhile. Therefore, when you \ I I ===== $1495.
I! are trying to find a good used flSOW
I car it Is far better to put yours '55 FORD WAGON '61 THAMES VAN
.lf in the hands of a trust.
worthy dealer than actually to $495.HVOIKSWASONVAN

be an expert yourself . II RACES $150. .
i then any gamble Involved is 4 NIGHTLY 81 PMMATINEES '
shouldered by the conscientious
dealer who will never allow a C,411I
customer to get "stuck." May g 100 WEDNESDAY 0 '57 PLYMOUTH $995.

w* give you such invaluable iPM AND
of mind? Our values runs ihwMhar' aver built New SATURDAYSEASON WAGON
peace now pjth-button. ta*.. New kmguas"p.e 57
are outstanding! ty New double wink trlpnnnM { DODGE 3/4 TON
New kuuroua look Sad
RALPH WOLFER chwct oM n that' Includ' { wood $250.
R" ng Opine Daponar. Com 'In $495.
and fee It new Two other arise,
too. Tht.'t a quality K.tchanA,dVenice AUGUST 6 -
WOLFERMOTORSI You will be emoted at to much value for little f
for way kitchen. . wary so : all steel
budgl6 CONDITIONEDFOR construction, careful manufacture, top-quolity features.
AIR COMFORT ta.y-Pull ,tart.r/, or 6 HP, 4 cycle engines Instant cutter Bill
height adjuilment When Phillips FordS.
equipped, will haul, move snow,
SARASOTAKENNEL aerate, etc Let us .how you the Comet . mad by -

\\ 'Phone 4883965 or Electric Appliance CLUB Directly Behind Nokomis Post OfficePh. Trail, Venice Ph. 488.6787I

a' 4886150 IJJW, Vejilc* uv., Between U.S. 41.301 488.3975
Open 8 a.m. to 5
Tl.phe/488. ) Bredenton Road J p.m

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