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 27, 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: VID00219
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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,. he's Topless And She's Curvaceous, But She's Only Sand IsG 1

"Get photographer down attention was cripfested of were Mr. and Mrs Paul Gibbons arty horseback riding, swim t 'I;

;auk to the beach, quick," said the and and was not of the flesh. of Decatur, Ill, vacation. ming, diving, baseball and soft-
excited voice on the phone, The\ mermaid moulded of ers who requested a photo of ball "
. topless swim suit"In and was the work of Linda her sand model. No mere spectator she participates

ho , y.l t something like 60 seconds Wolfer, 17-year-old Venice High Linda, who will be a Junior actively In all except I ,j
tl flat a GONDOLIER operativehit School student and talented this fall at Venice High School, baseball and la variously the 1

the beach, camera at the artist aspires to be a commercial catcher and shortstop with the s
ready. Linda's siren had eye of artist. Venice Angels, a girls' softball ,;
Sure enough, reposing theN hells and a hairdo fashioned Her creative talent comes team. '
on the sand was a curvaceous from seaweed. Straps for her naturally The only formal art A native Floridian, Linda
beach siren unblushing and topless suit were made expertly training Linda has had are the was born in Sanford and moved : '
unmindful of the stares of an of strip of seagrass. art classes offered in Junior to Sarasota when she was I .7.r

appreciative audience ogling To complete the picture, a and senior high school. just one year old. Two and one- !l ;s
4, her form divine. puppy, also created from send, The daughter of Mr. and half years ago, Linda moved
l i But to spoil a good story ft snoozed by her side. Mrs. Ralph Wolfer of 725 Cadis with her family to Venice

\MS Wt" + l ,, must be explained that the Among the appreciative appraisers Road Linda is an athletic girl where her father operates an
Aity 4 .i4 young lady attracting all the of Linda's sculpture who likes all sports, particul206Bed automobile agency.


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SCULPTURE- - Linda Wolfer 17-year- hairdo Is fashioned- from seaweed, the strapsto Here's Good News Hospital By 1970

High School student called upon her "topless" swimsuit from sea grass
I 1SAND talent to fashion this sand-made An appreciative: audience watched Linda at I I

siren at the Venice Beach. The model's her work.

.. J.J.. "- For Tender Feet
y 2t: I""':. x if" z ,x x I Forecast By AdministratorRonald

Are you a "tenderfoot" swimmer the beach mostly by youngsters
]ity Council Decision Duen ? who collected a penny for _
two rocks retrieved. '
If you are, then you owe a every
debt of gratitude to a pair of Underwriting the expense of T. Hanson, Venice ment of the present Venice program to carried through the .

civic-minded Venetians, also the rock project are Louis Jacobs Hospital administrator told Hospital from the original con- total plant should have a physical I' ,., 1 I
'suffering from tender tootsies a year-round Venice resident the Venice-Nokomis Rotary I version of an apartment house I valuation of $3 million .:

Full Time LifeguardVenice Maybe you've already notic- and Bernard Freedman, Club Thursday the hospital into a hospital to the comple- and capable of serving an ana ,':,
a winter visitor from Toronto,
would have 206 beds and an
ed the improvement at the Ven- of 40,000 to 80000 residents, ,
Canada. Administering annual operating budget of approximately Hanson ; .
beach when first estimated.
ice city you
II city beach will have consider the purchase of a 13- Red Cross recommendation., wade into the surf and discover fund is Don Breding, beach $2t/ million when rfe Since I..
most Rotarians ,
services of a full-time paid foot double-end dory for rescues according to Breding, call for nice soft sand instead of concessionaire and life-guard its expansion program is com- familiar with were
at least '
for 100 feet Breding estimated last week part of ''Ii
first time be- farther out, along with one lifeguard each pleted around 1970.
for the rocks. the
Utiuird that the rock removal project hospital's expansion plan."I l'
chairs of beach or for 100 swim ,
additional lifeguard every .
Coun. two Of this he added that
week if City budget, .
this the
smug Or if you're strictly a sun- already has cost the sponsors one thing that caught the
and mers.
tJ tomorrow night approves three lifesaving torpedos. He also told The GONDO- bather, surely you've noticedthe upwards of $50.Freedman probably $ltt million would be members attention was thearchitect's {':. 7s/
Bred- first aid equipmentCouncil
he appointment of Don LIER that an offer to furnish several pile. of rocks dotting won't be able to spent for payroll alone. suggestion that s,
jig to the post concurred with the uniforms for the volunteer lifesaving the beach lately. reap the benefits until he returns I Speaking at the weekly meetIng when the last phase of con. r."

Breding who operates a con- suggestions and Mayor SmythD. corps has been made by These same rocks used to be here In the fall. Jacobs, of the Rotarians at Fish struction is reached all acute '

tuion stand at the beach, has Brohard recommended purchase Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P, Catlm' in the water. They were however, said he considers it erman's Wharf the new administrator patient care would be eliminated j,:
,greed to furnish year-round of the equipment. of 602 Granada Ave. brought out and deposited on ,"money well spent" traced develop- In the present structure. \ .
legiurd service seven day a Bredlng also agreed to supervise i "The present building in !its final 1

reek from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the cleanup program at usage will be for adminis
weekly salary of $'5.100 the city beach, using city tration, dietary, housekeeping
labor. and personnel on' the first floor rend
Council President E S. (Bill)
And he outlined for The convalescent chronic, minimum .
said Informal poll "
Raymond an .
last GONDOLIER his plan to or- .t care of pediatric patients ! 1 r '
>( the mayor and council "
volunteer lifeguard X'A on the second floor, Han-
would ganize a
>eek school son said a
hired Tuesday night, pend- corps composed of high
boys and girls holding Red i He also said, "the architects
n|the results of a physical ex-
initiation and an agreement in Cross senior lifesaving certifi recommended that no remodel
outlining cates. n W.w+t41r ing be done in the old sectionof
riling from Breding .,
in new duties Breding said the volunteers .y ? r .W 1 the second floor of the t
original building but, rather
called into service
Breding, at an informal would be that the be razed "
and on -- area down
neeting of the council two during the summer the winter ; to the level of the second floor
weekends during Ef4 -
tteki ago, outlined his plans when the beach is RONALD T. HANSON and a roof be put on"
to the council At the season
erbally This
keep the first I
same time, he asked council to crowded with swimmers* tion of the present proposed floor intact for use as admineistrative t
:* x., it-. expansion to 135 beds by 1965,
I I areas, but would remove
170 beds by 1968 and 206 beds any fire hazards for patients >

Swim by 1970. on the second floor, he
Get In The/ If this proposed expansion added.

I Iso Miles Worth : t Work Progresses ;: I

forty-seven Venice area ,ministering the program locally

swimmers are enthusiastically is Mrs. Ross Durant, ARC On 'South 40'The
safety instructor ,
chalking up additional mileage water -
almost daily at the city beach Swimmers completing the 50 YOURSELVES-This fair fivesome, bound for the party was entertained by the Venice Area Chamber of Com-
mi\ Venice Gardens pool In the miles will receive an emblemfor their long merce. Their pennants spell out "HELLO" but their flapping
and certificates I'-- '. Fair on ekes, started In St. Petersburg on I new South County courthouse Democratic Commissioner
American Red Cross "Swim their for swim each 10 suit miles throughthe Friday and stopped off for lunch In Venice. They are in the breeze made It look, a. the printers say, somewhat project which has been Johnson Warren also has come '

and One Stay Fit" the first 40. as they approached the Venice Yacht Club where the like a pied line. under fire for the past several out in support of a plan to cut .
young days has one solid supporter- the expansion aboutIn
rite completed beach,his in fact 60 ,miles has .already David that Rules the of swimmers the program log at require least LAST OF A SERIES County Commissioner Masel C. half and use program the remainderof
of Venice. the
mile ((440 yards) Huston bond issue money to
Bowles and one-quarter
Eagle Scout
an work at the site purchase
session without stopping Meanwhile more public beaches
holder at each
of senior r
a Red Cross after the first three miles.. has been progressing, with the Said Huston "A lot of state-
hat lifesaving certificate already the first three miles,, public works buildin.; already ments have been made in the
racked up 47-plus milesith During ReadiedBy started and materials being past two weeks which aren't
swim quar-
entrants may Full Art
Just two and a Program '
wore to ter-mile in two segments witha stockpiled pending a start on true and which reflect on this ,
go midway. the main office facility commission Last Novem \
Don rest stop
Breding, newly appointed Breding said the programhas I The South County courthouse ber, I made a decision As one)
lifeguard at the Venice plan has been attacked in re- county commissioner I voted to
beach and one of the monitorsof no age limits that the the only participant requirement - E. DAVIS, principal students who did exceptionally school who, at least at present, needs a hobby and art wouldbe cent statements by Democratic go along with the present program

l the 50-mile swim program, being He added, well in the field of art, and are thinking about making art f very pleasant, worthwhileway i county commission hopefuls . I don't intend to 1
laid 40 persons have signed up can swim recognized swim- Venice High !School with modern equipment, materials their profession and to these to spend your leisure time 'Roy Graves and Glen Phelps change my mind period." G4!+
and are participating there. however, that used and space, we are expecting we want to give every opportunity The art program at Venice who called the expansion an Huston added he was through ,
Another seven all teen- ming strokes must be With the remodeling of C-l a great deal more this for advancement and High School will Include many "atrocious squandering" of the with any more "backroom
lIens are enrolled at the and that the rules do not permit and C-2 and with the additionof year. Improvement in their chosen (Continued on page 2) [taxpayers' money. talks" on the subject. r

Venice Gardens pool where floating, such facilities as are need There will be an art class field. There are others who
lifeguards Bob Johnson and Oldest entrant at the Venicebeach ed, Venice High School will em- opened to beginners, an advanced I wish to follow art as a hobby
Tom Rezek are the monitors according to Breding bark upon their first full art art class, sac a com- and these we would encourageto
Recreation Director Bill Kelley a 72-year-old who logged eight program this coming school mercial art class: There are diversify their art programas
said six of have and one-half miles the first Carol Dunn a local
the swimmers year. Mrs some 7 or 8 youngsters in our much as possible. Everyone
lOlled> five miles and the sev- week. housewife, to m. Rhode Island
oath has completed 10 mile. Swimmers at the Venice now taking some additional advanced .
Ages of the Venice Gardens (Continued on page I) courses In the field of fa'

Wmmers range from 12 to 18 art so that she will be better Stockholders Rename Porte
years I prepared to carry on an extensive -

The 50-mfle swim is one Pecention, TodayForGOP'sHolley art program this coming

phase of the President's Physl- year. To Venice Gardens Post
eal Fitness program under thesuepices Mrs. Dunn has been workIng \

of the Red Cross. Ad : Charles R. most of the past year to designing Sara-
A reception for and in Stockholders of Eastern Properties Gardens Utility Corp.;
Hplley, Republican candidatefor the art area Improvement Corp. van Corp; Gardens of Venice,

Circus Working governor of Florida, will the be getting needed the equipment for the and coming furniture (EPIC), parent company of Inc.: South Venice, Inc{ Veni- r ) 1u i

held at 2:30 p.m. today at This, like the industrial Venice Gardens of Venice, Inc., Iota Corp.| and Cripor, Inc
On 65 Program Venice Yacht Club program will this re-elected John E Porte executive EPIC also is the parent com ,r +
reception win arts, year ti
for the of the Atlantic Development
I Hosts vice-president and named pany '
enrollment but
"plot Taldo. production ill- be State Senator and Mrs Warren with a small Inter- Girard Colaaurdo president at Corp. at Mays Landing.
that the
and w and Mr.
of Rinfiinf Bros Bern S. Henderson and demand will the annual meeting last 7ri N. J. ,
111II L. Thomas Attorney est will grow director of the
Bailey Combined/ Mrs Ralph Colaaurdo: to a
Show, left Saturday to/Join Thomas Is Holley's campaign increase. the school day.Meeting for the first time at Pakco Companies, which are t
the past year
circus .la Lo Angelei to- chairman for the South During Multiple Line companies local
kill Mrs Dunn had three local art Venice Gardens, the shareholders -
plans lot next en'. at Ft Lauderdale. Fakco
County. elevated Colasurdo from ed -
Ihow exhibits and also participated! "
laid the reception -
The I Mrs. Thomas that Ven- In at least ,two county art exhibits. temporary president to head of is described as one of the largest (ry?dollw. photo kr VwH teams)
Ruining office at Yenntef was arranged so electronic companies, em
Ie. *> might This coming school year EPIC. Porte one of the original Nina J. Hines vice-president 1
Mrs. ,
known Herron
Quarters Ice area Republicans NEW!: REALTOR-Sam Herron, widely ,
art owners of the Venice Gar (Continued oa page 2))
'rlda, that the Los Angeles meet the .GOP gubernatorialcandidate. we anticipate all having l some Our dens subdivision and its developer Venice area builder -nl developer, receivedhis of district 5, Florida Association of Realtors,
exhibit long.
stew. which epened Wednes4 on year eat" certificate as a member of Venice Area who was the speaker of the evening and who
elected EPIC "All the shrimp
sty own display case win be used also was you can Morris ,
wffl ma threat Realtors at last week's meeting of the organization. made the presentation and J. Herschel
Milk and the exhibits will be changed treasurer. for '1.75 ,will be served Wednesday .
JJ t at the Sports Arena Half gallon Borden's Ice Shopping regularly, Under very trying Other Venice area properties from S poe at Fisher Shown here are C. C (Chips) John- local board secretary' and District 9 vkecbairman

""laat a triple allnnet' ,ale 29c at Publix in Venice circumstances we bad some .owned by EPIC Include Venice ma' Wharf, HO, preside of &the area board of Rtajtori, ; asgocjaleea I'"ri

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\,,. VENICE INLET TIDES HIGH LOW STUMP, PASS TIDES HIGH LOW Venice CopSTourney Venice LL Teams Are Eliminated 'Firm Affiliate j

MONDAY, JULY 27 2:31: m T:09am: MONDAY JULY 27 1:33: am 7:47: am OfA. G. EdwardsThe
is 1:04: pm 8:57: pm Iot: pm 9.35: pm
eA a TUESDAY, JULY 28 3:00 am, 8:08 am TUESDAY JULY 28 4:02 am 8:4Sam: OpenerBy Tournament Action new stock brokerage rr
''t q 1:51: pm 9:51: pm 2M: pm 10.09pm: From Further firm Venice's first -- which; ,;
I WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 3:31: am 9:14: am WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 4:33 am 1):52: am opened Wednesday at 137 u, 11"
2:45: pm 10:07: pm 3.47pm: 10,45pm; 6-2 Score Venice Ave. is a branch of iOt '
THURSDAY JULY 39 4:03 am 10:24 am THURSDAY JULY 30 8:07 am 11:02: am I Both teams representing Venice -, Sanders and Dennis Crawford ford. the Edwards & Sons of St. Ixi t
< 2:05: pm 10:43: pm 4::152 pm 11:21: pm I in' Little League tourna- shared the pitching duties for Tailing 8-0 going Into Is, not A. C. Williams as M
,.:1 Eleven-year-old Barry Knott i jmenU were eliminated( from Venice with Yahraus taking the bottom of the sixth, Venice ported In a Monday news
pitched and batted Venice to a went four spirited rally that pro- slog, "
loss. Yahraus, who staged a
further competition Fridayjibe Managing the Venice I
I : Osprey Fishing 6-3 victory over Punta Cords seniors by defending slate full innings and faced four bat- duced four runs on four hits. of the Edwards brand },
I ; :1 In the opening round of the District 1 in the fifth, eightof The big blow was a double by brokeran,
Obituaries (champion Tarpon Springs .8-3, ters gave up house will be E. Walter Rang
: Pier Given OK I 9 Little League tourney, and the junior by their old the nine Tlca hits and was Jim Sittler, hit first time at of Nokomis and Ted Sperlln

I 1 Thursday night at Sarasota.Knott jinx Tlca (East Fort,Myers\ ). responsible for all eight runs. bat in the game. Other hits In of St: Louil, with H. J. RWia
who had 7-0 season'srecord
OSPREY An open type a for Venice wen
the game
: LILLIAN ANNA ELDREDGE will with the championshipVenice 8-4 He struck out seven and of Nokomis a* associate. Th
CLAUDE WALTER wooden fishing pier replace by Gene Fowler,
The seniors, winners of the garnered
N .here Lions nine on. walked only two and deserveda newly opened dealt ti
McMVLLEN the one destroyed gave up John Shaver, KIDCurJ1'
Mrs Lillian' Anna Eldredga, District 9 title with victoriesover Mike Young, stocks bonds and mutual
last hit double by Mike I better fate In the run depart fund
In a storm summer county ly one a Gerald Parllck.
t Claude Walter McMullen, 8S, 63, of Middle Road, Harbour commissioners decided Mallckl In the second inning Englewood and Naples, ment. Five Venice errors led and and offers the latest stock
of Cape Haze died Thursdayat Shores Nokomis, died Thursday . Tuesday \T! He drove in his team's secom fell behind by a 2-1 score after i to six of the Tice runs being Also eliminated from the District quotation on ticker tape ant
Sarasota Memorial Hospital at Venice Hospital., The county will! build the run with a single in the second four innings and were never unearned. I tourney was Englewood, Hat wire direct from the New
He was a native of Dayton, She was a native of Detroit wooden structure in place of a and led off the sixth with his able to catch up to the hard Sanders and Crawford each losers to Fort Myers. 42. Park York Stock Exchange
Ohio and was with the Frig! and worked for 30 years with solid fill Jetty-type pier which second one-bagger of the night. hitting Pinellaa County nine in picked up a pair of strikeout Fugate homered for Englewoodwho --
deEre Division ot' Genera Sears Roebuck Co; in Lansing was turned down by the Boardof He struck out seven and walk the contest Northeast played at St. Peteraburg's in the inning they were on the proved to be tough to over-
:Motors Corp. there for 43 She waa credit manager thereat Trustees of the Internal Improvement ed five. High mound. One hit was registered come by the hlghly-rated Fort
year. At the time of his retirement the time of her retirement Fund at Tallahas. Venice scored to lead off the School Field.the off Sanders and none off Craw Myers nine.
Tarpon Springs
Mrs. Eldredge came to
he was manager of the First inning on singles by Bob ,6
area three years ago from eight-hit attack was TommyWabbersen
Inspection division. I see.County Richard Nel by Sanders and Eugene Fowler .
attorney I '
Williamston Mich. She was a with two triples anda
Mr. McMullen came to this member of Order of Eastern son told the board Tuesdaythat and a double by Larry Bur- tingle. Steve Deans and Mike EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES ,

area In 1957. Star there and in Venice was the II Board has urged ris, and then added single tallies Graft had two safeties apiece
t He was a member of United affiliated with Venice-Nokomie commissioners to replace the In the second fourth and for Venice. Total Venice hit a EARLY AMERICAN a CONTEMPORARY NEW
Church of Christ in Dayton; the Home Demonstration Club end solid fill pier and said the fifth frames. Three sixth-Inning output was six. TRADmONAL I'
Dayton Conservancy Lodge 661 the Women's Republican Club. county very likely faced lawsuit hits produced the final Steve Dalton who was relieved
F&AM; Ancient and Accepted She was a member of First If it persisted! in the present two: runs. by Graff in the seventh Let us style" your favorite vaie

Scottish Rite, Valley of Day Church of Christ Scientist pier.Nelson. Fowler Mike Young, Burrs was the losing hurler.In or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. LOWI
ton; Dayton Antioch Temple; i Survivors Include her husband said upland property and Knott all came up with two Junior division compel e Ro.'s' a RafyDsge
Venice Shrine Club and Venice Robert B. Eldredge; a owners had vigorously protested hits ar>lece. Sanders got the tlon, Venice was ousted for the All Lamp RepolraWarr I
Yacht Club.Survivors. son, David G. Eldredge of Cr the and had indicated i other Venice hit- his bunt single third straight year by Tice, ;
include his widow, ro, Mich.; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude :1efl1 state that they in the first. And as in 1962 and 1963, it was by Experienced Designers and PRICES

Mrs. Kathryn W. McMullen; a Hallenberg of Monroe, would bring suit If it were allowed Knott loot his shutout In the an outstanding hurler that got Craftsman
daughter Mrs. Janet Belse of Mich.; a brother, Chester Steinof to remain. bottom of the sixth when the job done in 1964.
Rye N. Y.; a brother, William California, and two grand County Engineer Charles 0 throwing errors put two runners George Yahraua Bobby THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. on ALL
Whitmore McMullen of Lakeland children. Morgan said the cost of material on and they scored on
I ; a grandson, Robert Christian Science services for building an open wild pitches. He settled downto 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA CENERALELECTRIC
George Belse of the USAF in were held Friday at Farley trestle type pier would not ex- get Tom Leach on strikes 3-WayTIeForlst

Amarillo, Tex. and a granddaughter Funeral Home Chapel and will ceed $800.Drivers. and Mtlickl on an Infield out In Men's Golf League
Miss Claudia Kay be held in Lansing today at before he wa'ked Richard SIsk
Belse of Rye, N. Y. Gorsline Runciman "Funeral The Punta Cords rally ended Standings in the Lake Venice CENTRAL

A memorial is being established home. ChargedIn when Ed Lyons grounded out Men's Golf League as of the
In his name and the Burial will be In Mount Hope tram second to first. end of the first half are as fol. 'SYMH l FORSERhICE'See r HEATING! :

family requests that friends Cemetery In Lansing. Auto MishapsTwo Then were many outstand- lows: I

who wish to pay their respects ng defensive plays turned In Edn-Pnil TMI> _WITH"I I 1 11Dn..q.Moa AND
send contributions to The single-car crashes, one ,by both teams. Young was _.1 I 1 I<
Shriners Crippled Children STOCKHOLDERSContinued 'I' In Venice; and the other eight ,"robbed" in the third when ant.n.x.a4 ___ I I 10P.aldr.J.nn AIRCONDITIONING
Hospitals through the Egypt ( from page I) miles south of the city on U. S. Punta Gorda left-fielder Sink T r I I 1 1 14a.du.enhm.ns II
of 41, virtually demolished both made a tumbling catch up MorrIek-Fonnln. r I 1 II
Temple Tampa. playing several hundred per cars and resulted in charges against the fence. Sanders ......Hunter 1 I t farahnnon
Funeral services will be held with heavy Invest .Hud1, .....e 4 1 11
sons against the two drivers. came up with three fine clays Ulehtrd-MtlMr ._ I I 1 10
today at Morris Sons Funeral ments in Florida farming. I Lloyd Shirley 71. of North at second that made pitcher"nott's wq.C"p. I I 1 11
Home in Dayton with The Rev. also R.Ha_ I I 0 11 EQUIPMENT
The new EPIC president Park Blvd hospitalised
Venice wm I< task somewhat easier xoofPansL! I I .
June of United Church of Is chairman of the board Wednesday with face The Venice infield registered ekra.w...... 4 1 1 IR1IarIMan
Christ of Dayton officiating 4 1 1 I I CALL TODAY
and president of the HIMCO
and chest
possible Injuriesafter
10 of the 11 putouts made In 1001000-1001. 4 1 1hcetm.a.ll
Scottish Rite services will also Companies of Philadelphia as his car hit a palm tree. dctitton! to Knott's seven 4 1 1 I S FOR ESTIMATES
I be held. Interment will be In well as other enterprises In the Venice police said Shirley fall- trlkeouts w._. _ 4 0 I
S..ud.Dv..n' I r 1 1
Daytona Memorial Park (Abby banking field and director In ed to negotiate the curve on The win oualifled Venice for G..nDron. I T 0 1s.lh
.) several Insurance companies. Tarpon Center Road in frontof ..h..r I e 1 I I
the quarterfinals In Fort Myru -
....I..t.... I e 1 1Ima.RaMake
Rawles Funeral Home
\ was Colasurdo lives at Hammon. the Venice Yacht Club. __ a I 4 'tOWiOW tERMS "
;I In charge of local arrange ton in southern New Jerseyand Damage to the small forelen Reoresented on the VeniceIlStar ,
for Insured Accounts
us Savings ,
lI'Ients.r .
divides his time between car was estimated at $900 team are plavers from
New Jersey and Florida. Shirley was charged by Patrol- Osprey, Nokomis and Venice. for ontnjoyabU or for Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA
Porte has been a practicing man Bill Kruger with driving
r attorney for more than 20 while intoxirated viruses: .k r k F. OORDAtnilmt .>> e A GOLF
ALLEN |b S a 1 W.Mron.1 S a e .
years with his own large law William N. Pringle 17. of ,...1....n 4 t 1 fltantar I 01vo.n. day of
Convalescent and firm in Malmi where he represents Cortex, was charged by' Troop .. .Ib 4 t S Pt.*.r.tb S t e .rA'I"'L'
a..rrto.of > e S Doff Ib 1 t
I Nursing Home many of the large business er Don Nolder of the Florida ...... i a. T...-h.of ace '.'
firms on both the east and Patrol with failure to ">......If I * )O'ollokl.11o S 1 1 SARARSOTAGOLF
24 Hoar Nrsieg Service lion' ,,,rt I la phk.H ISO [G F CDC[ ) [ [G?ad[
west coasts of Florida. He also have his vehicle under control ,... .lb SI lm.rf ,SI 11
Phone Venice USt701in is a member of the New 'after his car skidded broadside ott., SIS 1I..1oor.< I. CLUB and loan association 744 VENICE AVE. E.
rows oa LION art DI16 savings
York Bar. 300 feet and overturned. T.UIl II I e "Viteb 5555 DAILY GREEN *ag A/]
executive I' Vtnle. ..... __ .__ sue 11.-. Pa 4884359
The vice-president Nolder estimated damage to *
...._... _._ FEES .a
1 FnnUOoH. eoo 001-IKnott = .cu.:: =.It .w.:
and treasurer of EPIC lives in I the youth's 1964 model car at ... 11I._. I....,.. DUI ('> mifeldran. Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.< u an .. .. "
Miami with his wife. Audrey, 2000. The driver was uninjured. South of Serawta ( 'l
and their two children and divides .
You be ,
may his time between Venice SLOW, BUT IN THE LEAD

and the East Coast metropolis MONTICELLO: Ky. (AP) -
A somewhat battered truck,
Charlene Rule
training up a hill near MonUcello IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW

drinking FULL ART PROGRAMContinued LVWGA WinnerWinner carried this sign on the
a be slow when
( from page 1) rear bumper: "I may you it
of the Class A divls- but I'm ahead of you."

different areas There will be ion in the Lake Venice Wom r
the various kinds of painting en's Coif Association low net 9_
dirty ceramics shell work, and other tourney Wednesday at LAke ?
areas. Most everyone should Venice Golf Club was Charlene DINE OUT
be able to find some type of art Rule with a 38%. Second In
that would be of Interest to Class A was Rella Beighey
I, .without hem, and thus reap a deep with a 39.
. satisfaction from participation Bee Stewart's 37 was tops in P NEW EASEI NEW WXUEYI '\._ IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD a
In this program. Class B, while Em Manningand NEW KROIEN FAUcITIII
There is a possibility of some Leila Hermanson tied for
30 minute class periods of time with 38'.. -
runnerup SMITTY'S
it! TRY OUR .
knowing that students might use as In Class C, Hazel McGlynnwas
strictly an exploratory or enrichment first with a 41. In second I Grilled Onion TAVERN & BEEFEATERSROOM
I. H't no wonder!Most tap period in the field of place with a 42 was Anna Yar- I IBabe's STEAK SANDWICH 55o ;
J j I wittr It dlrtyl! It may art. It is true that each person ger. 12-Inch Home-made Pius $1 up

contain rust pirliclit, In the school should at sometime (25e( each additional; dressing) 2& PRIME RIB ROAST
i sand,algae,worms,and or other come into contact
"f plain old-fashioned dirt with the field of art. DINING AT I ITS BESTICYROS 16 OZ.
\ You get rusty sink and Who knows what might come FROSTED Mu -BEER 30e CHARCOAL

I toilet bowls,dingy laundry out of the field of art at Venice BROILED STEAK
and cloudy, flat. I THE GLADESBAR e
High School. There might be a Co. 1
tatting water But .. budding commercial artist a Bill MorrilVENETIAN Plumbing Package (.Liquor Store
f I
: yoeCAN4lemkup... cartoonist an artist In our MOON 488.2402 488-5282 & RESTAURANTS. The Trail &
1 ", iI,. Inexpensively. midst. Surely the least to SINGS FRI. AND SAT. Radio Equipped Trucks '
expect -
i A special 1 home water would be for an artistic P. O. Box 454. NoVomls Tamiaml Trill Just S. of Bill; Phillips Ford Venice Ava. ph. 488.9963
; filter, the Aqea-Puri
removes even micro. layout for the yearbook and
scopto particles. This cartoons for the newspaper.
I thousands/ of gallons of iitii'( :hi.
aparklingclean,0ltered :JKi,I :: ?wa GET IN THE SWIM Alp Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
water Call us today Thi POUMSS ., (Continued from para 1) LtP
M cost Is. smaller than :JtJ"J55:? PRICE BREAKTHROUGH! serving ON THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD '
LUNCH from .. 95c
)OU'd think) rr.s beach may participate) seven ...... OPEN DAILY 6:00 A.M. fe 9:00 P.M.
days a week from 10 a m. to 5 a DINNER from ... ..... $1.95LUNCHEON Coma .by. *boat or by Auto! :
pm. while a lifeguard is on Daily FRESH SM/000
GULFSHAMROCKPLUMBINGs duty' to chart their progress. SPECIALS
: Daily mileage is entered on a Seafood I DINNER-dAll

INC. chart at Bredin,'. concession Regular Price ...................................... $325 Steal SHRIMP you can eats
t stand showing each swimmer's ChicUn Phone 474-1310

628 E. Venice Ave. progress. NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME S2.20
Persona Interested in enroll. ON RT. 41 N. OF VENICE AVE. ph. 488-4317

:': Ph. 4884247, 488-2465 leg for the 50-mile swim should
I, contact Bredlng at the beachor only

:1'I Johnson at Venice Gardens. $24995 Installed|| KING'S TABLEFOR SMACK McDONALD'S

.i This 'Special Price Is Good Through FINE FOODS 661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2173

I eMltl AUGUST 15. 1964 Served Dally 6 a-m. to 8 p.m Serving Breakfast
6 A.M.
i Served Sun. 7 a.m. tot 8 pjn I

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I, < BREAKFAST from ...... 40e _
OF VENICE LUNCH from .......... 650 4 .' SMACKBURGERS

264 SO. TRAIL PHONE 4812198SPECIALIZING DINNER from ... ... .. 95e .
2 blocks N. of Venice Ave SAIAD BAR
MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE Rt. 41 Ph. 4884330. Take Out.Orders
Area Rugs from 89c

CARPET BY THE ROLL Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH

from $2.99 to. $25.95 Bay Vista OF BEACH RD. ON 77S IN ENGLEWOOD

I RESTAURANT I COCKTAIL LOUNGE "Food fAo' I II MoA.; Leases Bay Aso.Fwmous"

per iq. yd. MARK ;J WOOl )AILy.PEC We. eater to parties SALAD 'BAR SMORGASBORD 09 AC

MONDAY 5:30: t, ? p.M. .
OZITE OUTSIDE CARPETFOR Complete Dinner served Dally 12 to 9 P.M.

On Sunday until 8 P.M. SMORGASPREAD *1 Ail

t h Immediate( Delivery and' Installations) 155 South Ttmlaml Train Venice Phone 488-4745 SR 77S at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD. REGULAR'

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I"dl VENICE. FIORIDA, MONDAY: _JULY 11,, 19&4 THE 0 N DOtISR AGE-_TURKWomemaker's -- ''


, f Clubs Picnic At Nokomis Beach II III II. / err, 1'I

Jg a'wl' Tw P t 1
w' )y tl Home Demonstration groupsof
Sarasota County Council,
rage"ee which changed IU name this

,hid W,! w;' month Homemaker's to Florida Council Extension, met for J

f.LoQ.., their annual picnic Wednesday 'I
at Nokomis Beach 'Ii
rt.ol'J', Representative front Myakka : i
Pine Shores Nokomis
I Sarasota, ,
UlQ 0 Venice and Englewood I 't I. I ,j av
attended Fifty-two members,
a their husbands, children and
line grandchildren met for swimming r
dlopTlu and a covered dish luncheon Y

at noon.Hostesses .'
sr.Vee were Mesdames ,
UIdt t
Ruth Williams Michael J.
!.oct Faber and Marcus S. Brooks, P
and t all of the Nokomis Club, Marcus -
Brooks presented the back- } '

ground music of popular tunes ... ....,
- yt? -?- .J b
and Hawaiian melodies on a and' : }$;
record player-loud speaker set NEW RESIDENTS who will take an active D. C Col. Neumann will teach at VHS. '
part In Venice community life this fall and Mrs. Newmann plans to participate In church : :./\(
up.Mrs.. Catherine Love, County thereafter are Col. and Mrs Richard Neu and hospital work. Riki will be In the ninth ''/" I
Agent, attended. Three council mann and their daughter, Rikl. Their other grade at VJHS. They are, left to right, I\ '
officers who attended were daughter, Sherie, left last week, just after Rid Col. Neumann, Mrs Neumann and ,,," ,
- Mesdames William E, Rudolph, the family had moved here, for Washington, Sherie. ,.!
president; Mrs. Roger Sarchet, 7Ii

vice-president, and Mrs. David Swim Classes +,
F. Borden, secretary. td
The name change was votedon fi a J"
Break RecordSince
I at the July 13-15 Council "
y' ,,
(..Mtn'- '_ ., -.... r.ttJ'r IO' ... -... t ,.w meeting in at Tallahassee.Florida State The University action . Jun.' II more than 100 Ii II 4 w'',. ,
WHILE OTHER MEMBERS took to the water for a prelunchIwim Love, county agent; Mrs Roger Sarchet, president of the was In line with the national youngsters and adults have .
this group of County Home Demonstration Club members Sarasota Club and Council vice-president; Mrs. Laura Shad change, voted at a nation participated In Mrs. Rosa Du i,
I relaxed and chatted under the palma at Nokomis Beach dock of Sarasota; Mrs Fred Borden (atanding), Council sec I council convention in Little I rant'. American Red Cross
Wednesday during the Council's annual picnic. They are, left retary; Mrs. Louis Pieta of Nokomis; and Mrs. John Axton Rock, Ark last fall. swimming and' life saving y''A t
to right. : Mrs, Ed"a Murphy of Sarasota: Mr. Catherine and Mrs. Ida Lewis,,both of Sarasota Prior to the state meeting the classes, the largest group re-
Sarasota Council voted to adopt corded since the program began

Magicians Give Two Gems From Personal Women Bankers the whatever state meeting name ,was which voted makesthe at< Durant four,year.who teaches ago at "

For CubsAt I Attend MeetingFive new name effective now her home at 418 Mahon Drive,
Show for the county council. Individual is currently conducting a 15-
Cache \
Are GivenBy
Recipe area members of Gulf clubs will vote on the issueat hour course at Venice Gardens
a special meeting of the. Central Group of National their October meetings Recreation Center. The classes
Circus City Chapter of American I DOROTHY GAYNOB another supper was Helen Nid- Assn. of Bank Women attendedthe The state meeting was the started last week and will con
Magicians Society tonight, da's corned beef Helen was an group's quarterly meetinglast fortieth annual one for the tinue today, tomorrow and
Cub Scout Pack 12, Dens Four Every woman ho professes art student, wife of an Oak week at Port O'Call, Tierra council and the fiftieth anni- Thursday at 6 to 8 p.m., what .
and Seven, will be entertained culinary, ability beyond the Ridge physicist, and I have Verde. versary of the Co-operative ever the weather might be. .
by Texas Jim Mitchell of Sara- requisite. modicum of being long ago lost contact with her. Plans for the state meeting, Extension Service In the State Participation in this series of :,
IOta and The Rev Byron Richardson able to boil water has a private Where the recipe comes from, to be held Sept. 18.20 in Tampa of Florida. classes is limited to membersof \
of Englewood. cache of her favorite and most I've no idea, but knowing her were discussed and the Venice Gardens Recreation
The> program will be held at successful recipes. personality appeal, I suspectshe plan of a post convention tour Sarasotan' To Talk Center. I
at the community Two of mine, for hot weather might have wangled it Mexico offered Is In of
1 30 p.m. to being association Mrs Durant charge
BOB of First Federal Savings dishes, come from the not-too- from Lindy'i on Broadway. It members, was explained At Stamp Club the South County AmericanRed
and Loan Assn. Both entertain. distant past of a golden sum is that good. It takes sometime The business meetingwas Mary Scott, Sarasota Cross swimming program.She t'
en are members of the local mer. Members of the Art Assn, end effort in preparationbut followed by a buffet philatelist, will present a program will leave Aug. 19 for a --.-. -_. --
club, of which The Rev. Mr. in Knoxville, Tenn., which cen- Is worth it, particularlysince luncheon and afternoon swim. on "Confederate Stamps 10-day Red Cross course in (Gondolier. photo by Aryl Mtttox) "
Richardson is president, and tered around the UniversityArt it is very low in cost and Among I the 41 attendingwere and Postal History" at a meeting Hendersonville, N. C., and up-
of the Sarasota Chapter of International School, were a gregariouslot high, very high, In taste. : Mrs Mary M. Eddy, of the Venice Stamp Club on her return, will teach one COMPLETE WITH FLOWING ROBES and fancy headgear, I', /,','.
Brotherhood of Ma- in the early 1950's and being Here are the two: Mrs. Alice B. Lumley and Mrs. tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at the more senior class, for students Edgar Cerberlch held the 45 youngsters at Venice Free Public '"
iclani. a compatible group, met Grlzelda A. Payne of Venice. community room of Sarasota 18 and older, this summer. Library Story Hour entranced with his sleight-of-hand
for night at 'I tricks Friday morning He Is being assisted with one trick by ',.
I Dr. Harry Mogford, local Sunday .upper. Gaspaeho Nokomis Bank, Mrs Bins Federal Savings and Loan This class will begin Aug. 24 .
the Pamela Vitale and Eells. He and Dr. Harry Mogford, ,; :
others' homes Lloyd
each during Cold
( )
Soup Assn.
W club member, will act as master Bulwin. a guest of Mrs. Eddy, It will be Mrs. Durant's first '.
both members of Circus City Chapter of American Magicians ;"it
of ceremonies summers. and Mrs Margaret E. Leach President George Youngbergwill since the initiation .
In Betsy Cox wife of Joe Cox, 1 clove garlic of the Englewood Bonk be In charge of the meet. evening of course the here, Society, were guest magicians and Mrs George Dillon of ,;1,
The club organized February one of the U-T art professors, 1 tsp. salt I Ing. All interested persons are program St. Mark's Episcopal Day School wa guest story teller. I
that Is to the public. The
had previously! scheduled 2 ths. salad oil open r
evening brought along a "
one SLEEP TIGHTS! invited.
no meetings for July and 2 tbs. vinegar or lemon hours will be set a. a time
August. huge bowl of Gaspacho, a cold juice Sleep tights are the vogue-est that persons who cannot par. Here's What You Need To Bake Cake I II
had the other women
soup, thing in bedtlmewear. They are Bay Pines Patient ticipate in daytime courses :
clamoring for the recipe. She 1 can consomme currently promoted by the attend. New cooks who intend to docakebaking measuring spoons, a spatula !'
Dr. A. W. Dockmaster of 312 may
1 No. 2 tomato .
' can juice
and becausethe '
wrote it out for us Onion loungewear! industry hopefully Alba Ave East, retired dentist, Graduates of the Venice should provide and a rubber scraper. Mixing : .
I SING DINE a DANCE group was widely cosmopolitan In time to pack away plenty Gardens class and the public themselves with a flour sifter, :
Green Is in Bay Pines Veterans bowls and a rubber
at I Imagine it Is being Carrot pepper into the trunks of next fall's Hospital to under. clans which begins in August I a nest of graduated measuringcups spoons 5 I'; I
this summer in pretty scraper, cake pans and a couple j
prepared Fresh tomatoes college-bound coeds.The go a multiple operation. He will be included in a water (for dry ingredients), a '
'I CYROSVENETIAN all of the globe. I like leo- of wire racks also '
nearly parts Radishes pajamas look entered the hospital two weeks safety instructor course In September glass measuring cup (for are neces ,
have seen other gaspacho recipes Cucumber tards in vivid colors, stripes liquids), a set of graduated sary. : A
MOON but none like or as good or shadowy black, topped by ago __ ,__ __ ..
Parsley v
r Frl. & Sat. Lit & Bill as this. blousons, old-fashioned-looking
r-- Another culinary star at Olives striped maillots, low-waisted
Crush garlic, add salt, oil Roaring '20s jerseys r,.
i IN SARASOTA and vinegar or lemon juice In any event, baggy pj's are '
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE (You may also Include any not for sleeping stylishly, and 1 '
special seasoning or condiment warmly in winter next year. DOWNTOWN
you prefer In your own French The word Is sleep "tights." : ,r rt2
dressing recine). Stir these in.
CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vinyls, to the; n'ommea"dt nulto '
"':>] burlap parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER 1 Juice and let stand for two to ,

.._ :1< AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service( i 24 hours. / t
I . J Slice all vegetables very thin FORD VENICE \.
.1t and add to liquid. Vary amountof
All .hundr. of lampshades in stock..All vegetables used accordingto

I, I shapes and sires group to be served. Chill i "
'I I W. Mole Lamps/ Out of Kaies. Bottles etc and serve with ice cubes and 'i 4
# First & Finest Shopping Area ; '
w :t.
1115 S. Trail Vi block North e' Sean Corned Beef ,

- .M IN SARASOTA n t: \,
2"4 to 4 Ihs. brisket of beef, DAZZLING SPARKLING A
choice or prime; small

THE SHRIMP BOATS ARE COMINGOld end, if possible ,
H to }4 box pickling spice Q I
FashionedSHRIMP ft tap salt petre i ,
4 to 6 cloves garlic, I ""_... ......---
punctured -

FEAST Place meat In container of I ; DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP .
such size that It can be covered .
much water 'will be requiredfor I LAVACOL RUBBING ALCOHOL Dacron & Cotton a w/tapered legs a Solid Color

Add covering to water),the Remove salt, pickling meat. RESTS ON YOURSATISFACTION. Reg. 59c .................. 39c pint J 225 W. Venice Av.. 488-1620 e'
I _.__.. IMIlI\'I\! IlT1 I
spice, salt petre and garlic (If 231 W Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center Bldq.U'III111 II'W' .L..LJ
you prefer the meat highly I .. (I III' I I SHRODE JEWELRY
tplced. add a pod tf red pepper
and a whole black peeper). Keeping you satisfied with VENICE OFFICE MACHINES, CO Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings
Stir until salt Is dissolved. our car and service keeps I Watches Silverware Jewelry !;
Puncture meat with sharp us in business. And we never J AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Watch and Jeweler RepairW.
knife to allow solution to be forget not for a minute) Sale* Service Supplies -'We Repair All Makes .. Venice Ave. 488-3119 t
r'I absorved. Put meat in Jar, cover ? Stuart Merrick, Owner
w and place In refrigerator Come in and *.e the high, I 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473. I AI IliWJlMI. .... .....r- -

Let stand five days, then turn I quality product we have to IlL U I I .1II4)Ii) : ...- JlII .. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN 4
meat. Let stand five more offer . and how hard were'
FRESH days. willing to work for your sat- TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. I, Today & Tomorrow Today & Tomorrow "
At the end of the 10 days, "BEDTIME STORY"Wed. W.
SHRIMP take meat out of solution and isfactie,, OUTDOOR TABLEWEAR lOin Plastic "PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES" ?. ,
wash in' cold water. Place in We believe you'Jllike trade Thur Sat. and ,
po' of cold water, cover tightly ing with us and come back. e divided plate a matching cups a flatware i "THE UNSINKABLE ,

STEAMED IN BEER! and let come to a boll. Reduce again and again. 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 I MOLLY BROWN" "WIVES &--LOVERS"FABULOUS ..;", .. ,'
heat and simmer for two andonehalf 11: J 811 Will .Ii
to three hours (approximately FABRIC SALE
and choice ofPOTATOE one hour per Bill Phillips Welcome/ To ,
SALAD pound) Remove from water VENICE SEED & FEED STORE ,

and let meat cool. Serve either Ford Co. A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER : DEL'S SEWING CENTER'
chilled or at room temperatureas '
248 W Miami Ave. Dial 488.3457SALES I w Venice Ave. 1
ALL YOU CAN EAT desired. .. _..,
'"... AI .r!_ _ .__--'
The saltpetre may be obtain. ,$, 41 South Ph 488-6787 __--.. ,.. _---4

ed at any drug store. I I VENICE STATIONERS


$1.75 I YOU CAN SAVE 2'WAYS.' FOR 18 YEARS OPP. 'THEATRE Typewriters Addinq Machines (Mechanically Operated) I ,

Open 'Til 10 p.m. i iI. Plus Parts If Required
Just $12.50
Chemically Cleaned -
I On Auto Insurance ......... SOTlM as .5 ..!... re RADIO.*....,-" r'J
*. ... I a tV M ... frt .hlla! riMlrMf 488-6113
MICMELOB BEERPitcher .......... 90c 1. NEW LOW RATES 211 W. Venice Ave
plus wines and ee-cltailt i 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS ,
your J.vorit. 3, LOCAL JNDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY Ph 488-2418( 311 Venice Av. W. BATHS

WED. to 11 } ..L ,,"__jJUJUllJJ."Mt; .v .....- .MASSAGE STEAM

plus our' regular menu In ,the VENICE CAMERA SHOP Dier Ker System


Open Mon. Tut... Thurs. & Fri: 9 'til SEYON' q
116 W Venice AvenueTelephones '
209 W. Miami' Ave. Ph. 488.3849 ,
,j 323 W. Venice Ave.. Ph. 488.2421 If no answer can 48S-I7J8
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THE GO N D 01: t E R -

j I Sensing The NewsBy 0 .. Dave's Diatribe


TBCRMAN SENSING militant extremists who aren't By DUFFY LEWIS

Executive: Vies President satisfied with the slow but reg-
to mis the Gal Willard who tried Ode ....
Southern States Indastrlal ural processes of the Jaw and Good It was to be back in Lady didn't want took union at another collage,
Council social custom. They are de Cambridge again, a town whichwe ahow and wouldn't go classmates would aU that
PLANNERS OP termined to launch a mass agitation t. had not seen since our the medicine and got batter. your loot
I other so old and bald to you that
INSURRECTIONNothing what surprised her jotcouldn't
movement against a twentieth Harvard das of .Ml But
In the American experience state or a community such as reunion back's those depressing than. her recovery, wa that hear what they were
1 : n has prepared the nation Mississippi and St. Augustine It the good doctor cam to the saying. We admit our deafness
or mm ASSOCIATED rnj r HXMBU or Tar FLOUDA ran AMOOATIOMI ; thirties. This time was which to
for the Invasion of the Fla. in after climbing three cause us raise most&
order to turn the established the fiftieth and "last big get'together" room
TINt A..wd .... .. _..-._ a.eUN 1 w tS _1_ M all ea.a dkar b ...... Y State of Mississippi now In order upside down. to Albert flight of stairs, and charged bon mot, but really 1111
I ..;. a N.i.dJ w ...._...IeII... _ON I......ta taw ,._ .d .... .W.I. .. 1IoW ...... A' slabN ad ......_ progress by youths trained and They care not in the lent howthey Lincoln, class according chairman. Out nothing. That' the class of friend Boo George Fred Harrington.

'"'. mess rid .keal. ...."...... aoawn ., You n ..apakan.W .. ........... N sae organized by the National torment a community, of an original class of tit there 1814. Timmy didn't, Abbe sari
..a.p. s.bldd,. awpl br e.ttI.ak.. .. Council of Churches and the disrupt it* economic life; turn are 819 of us left, and a lot of e e other that old.

Pebbbd m.., _.... sad I immur rm 11144 a MIMl AWMSJnt Student Non-Violent Coordinating its churches Into centers of u* old grad left the comfort How It was done we don't Leverett SaltonstaU than TV looked bet.ter
....< At Nrd CIa ..._ AS foU Olfl. .*. T.... ...*. Committee strife, and blacken tie image of home to go to this last reunion know.. We don't recall kicking there on later at
Indeed the average American around the nation. These militant to climb ,the stairs and Into the pot during all those 80 the Republican Convention W*
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publish planning a peaceful sum- radical are, so morally sleep In the student dormi years, but here' what the guess a National Convention

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager mere ,,. vacation,I can hardly insensitive that they. do not tories. committee said to us: would Which add make age* overnight u* wonder
Imagine what II involved in care that people are injured stair "You will be housed wined how
SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor: this extraordinary combined that peaceable people are in that'If* bard climbing on u* one-story dined and transported from we looked to our Classmates

ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent operation to push through revolutionary flamed or that social warfare Floridians. And undergraduates Monday breakfast through It couldn't have been too good,
: changes in the customs Inundates a community. or have more elastic In their Thursday'. Farewell Tea absolutely for w* don't like to look I: at our.

; ; SUBSCRIPTION, RATES In county. $9.25 per year, $3.U per sis months, W.78 of one state. Few churchmen .. limb. Yet those new. redbrick free. The only time selves until w* have to, a* la
per three months 10 cents per copy Out of county, $6,25 per y.u, |..:as that, the certainly understand To find a parallel to the invasions dorm., and, so many of youyour; have to put your hand shaving
j NCC is devoting It. of Mississippi or St. them all over the place are a pocket will be to tip
per six months, $3 three months
': AUwtlMnf meprw.Ity per I F. Ida ,... ....... G.t....... n.. ...... Nae.pse M Invasion personnel and finances to the Augustine one has to look backto vast improvement on the barrack the undergraduate porter who Kukkucks To Host u... II... York, H. Y., ..100... cam Dotro' MI'Ae or that it I* working the 1930s when Nazism was we slept in. Some of are working their way through
-- hand-Jn-glove with SNCC an spreading across Germany those building in the Harvard college and need your financial: Grange WednesdayMembers
I organization that 1 II insurrectionary when radicals were meeting in "Yard" date back to the revolution assistance.. Were w* feted
f I in character and infiltrated beer halls, and when the Hitler and before. Massachusetts and surfeited with banquetsand of Venice Grants
by communists. Youth were being trainedto Hall was a billet for the "spreads"! Every meeting and their friends will be entertained -
1 Whatever opinion the vast Invade communities and destroy redcoat during their invasion place teemed to have along Wednesday by Mr. and
EconomyInGovernmentWhatever reasonably majority. of the law and order and social after the tea party and Bunker table under tent loaded Mrs. Ernest Kukkuck at their
American people may. hold re* peace. The same type of behavior Hill. To digress, we have with delicious hors d'oeuvres home at 364 Center: Road.
girding! the wisdom of MillIAlppl' is manifest in America to drink from The social get-to-gether win
here in Englewood a direct descendant and everything
happened to the Te get down to cases, the House .has
economy social arrangements. this summer as hard-e'eel1ett- of the Breed on whose Cola to Scotch and Champagne begin at 10.30: a.m. Dew>rt
m-government movement And wfietever made a number of reductions, some substantial they surely! are" disapproving ists recruit confused youths to farm the Bunker Hill battle -the latter not for us, "Ach- and beverage will be furnished
effective demand ef of the use of the worst type of send them Into communities asa Verbieten" by Dr. Wil and barbecued hamburgers
happened to .n public In appropriation requests. As wa fought.,His name I* Ferdi tungl
radical extremism to force spearhead of Insurrectionary nand Breed and he'* an ex cop liams' order of the day. A fine and buns will be provided for
r for strap reductions In nonessential federal June 10, 1964, these touched lenghty through change social revolution. from Boston. dinner at the Museum of Fine a email fee. Those attending
expenditures? list of the departments, end ranged fromcut If it is social change that the This Is the kind of behavior . Arts Boston. are 'requested ,to bring their
American _I.. Aeeires. there and ft/ilal ftarU fni wrhfok a a eWe own place settings.All .
These are legitimate and telling a of $28.6 million for Interior to ;; - Next to Massachusetts Is
are plenty of peaceful means the United States is friend Grangers are Invited
ill-prepar warned
questions today. We have had tax cut, $925.7 million for the Independent/ offices. of achieving It in this republic ed. Cities and states are prepared Matthews with Percival Hall where Flack we Brund-roomed were by

end with it a further increase In the fed. But the reductions were under those of ways of bringing It about to defend established age also a Brooklyn boy. during I

era! debt ceiling. We still are operating last year which the Chamber attributes, gradually without a social explosion. rights in the courts. But theysren't our freshman year It was
The principal means In familiar with the of
on a big deficit basis, even though bull In part, to public lethargy. out U. S. Constitution is the "human wave tactic" against which a ground we visited floor corner on this room trip POWER

seas activity: It at peak. or near-peak levels All this Is causing grave, I if underpub amendment process But those place of business/ and community and was shocked to find a radiator I EE'S

personal incomes are at all-time highs, licized, concern' In'' some authoritative who afraid desire to attempt radical change to use are the luntlonary facilities. This revo- ,. In it. During our billet MOWERSformerly
device Is remarkably
and ten collections: naturally reflects these quarters Senator Byrd, In a letter to President amendment process, for they similar to what the Chinese those English room custom followed of coal the grate old

facts. Some little time ago there was a Johnson, said that lie ". . would fear that change. Is wanted only communists advise in the way In a fireplace for heat. The i HAROLD'S
vocal and wtll-publicited d.m.nd-both be by a tiny radical group, not of political action. The waves problem was for amateur stoker
pleased to see your tremendous energies by the great body. of the American of demonstrators are used to MOWER i
In and out of Congress for retrenchment directed toward restoring the Federal people. topple the property rights/ of burn.* to It get didn't the do pesky well In coal spite to BICYCLESERVICE

In spending that would balance the Government of the United States toe Another legitimate! Instrument merchants motel owners and of shivering Percy In flapping
tai cut and reduce the deficit. of change in our society other businessmen.One bathrobe 0
heavily sound and satisfactory fiscal condition.No .it the of continually poking at
states. They
can only wonder how
These voices: if not pretty well stilled, national need today Is more. urgent: amount to SO laboratories. long it will be before the homegrown :It.long-handled But those were underwear the days Aand of do mere {obs...

rarely, make. the main newt columns now. Continued deficits, he added, ". . are Their utility liea in the fact revolutionaries will warm running young blood.

I A Washington Report prepared by the signs of weakness. not strength.: In his its that own each special traditionally approach has to had the targets make large- how corporations much longer their it In fact Harvard la a placeto EASIER!

Chamber of Commerce of the United view,, spending in fiscal 1965 could and problems of popular govern- will be before swarms of specially the pamper body. There the brain was one but 102-not 30 Inch

States sums' up the situation In these should be reduced at least $6.5 billion ment, allowing for progress recruited demonstratorswill year-old grad at this reunion
II words: "Unlilu last year, Congress has not under the $97.9 billion budget estimate geared to and the needs special of its characteristics people. at the be plants urged to and conduct factories sit-ins of rot of our class of course, whomarched *

been flooded with mail from voters de- offered by the Administration. ..Now the liberal Intelligent- U S companies. in the processionfrom So easy .

mending in On..pp.r.nt ala, concentrated in a few This is the classic pattern of Holden Chapel to the
economy government. Finally, a number of major spending commencement exercises with. to handle I
crowded hectic
metropolitan what the
i reason for the lessening of concern bills are, at this writing, still In the congressional center., are determined that warfare and Soviets it is call a partisan pattern out aid of wheel chair. That'
Harvard To be "
sure coupleof
by taxpayers about federal spending hopper awaiting action from everyone must live the lame. thai 1 I. becoming clearer all old cookie passed a out during
fs the very skillful and effective job that one or both Houses of Congress.. These way and have precisely theaame the time In the United States the ceremonies: with an

I has been done by the Administration in run e wide gamut accelerated public ment. system This desire of state" already govern la It church is a terrible organization/reflection_on and our efficient medical staff on h.ndto

representing the 1965 federal budget as works, area redevelopment, mime transit productive of Ill-will among the good churchmen j.iust hang pick them up. That's found Harvard -
too a* wlfey out.
austere." subsidies for states and localities, the. American If people. their heads In shame that Our wife-mate" picked up Il
weren't bad enough, the Is
There ere, of course, other reasons. The antipoverty plan, pay raises for federal the states have to reckon with spearheading NCC one these of the' the Inevitable germ while vl-
dreary world situation highlighted lung kinfolk In Ohio./ Helped ---
currently employees including members of Congress codfj'a-
along by one night in! the rain
by the deepening crisis In southeast (passed In the House by voice vote but at the'! World' Fair this germ

I Asia, is certainly one our minds not, as yet, the Senate), housing end urban kicked up a 103 temp for the

tend to wander far away from home. renewal I, end expansion of the food stamp Haley ReportBy we'd brave flown little to lady Boston by. and the were time

Another is this years general election program. Whatever one's views as to the billeted In Quincy House dorm.

characterized: as it Is by deep, even bitter merits of any or all of these proposals, REP. JAMES A. BALEr blinds So we got a Harvard doctor.
or shutters white-wash
schisms within both the civil as provided by the reunion
parties their cumulative cost, over the years, For more than a year now ing windows or blocking windows committee and be wanted to Yov will be anwxeJ at M much value' for'ae llttto elf deal
rights issue Is en eiample of this. And would be enormous we have been told by a varietyof with plywood, sheet metalor commit her to the hoepttai. coiMtrwcrlon. careful manufacture, top-quality feature
probably e third is that when the country federal official but mostly aluminum foil can be very Easy-Pull starter 4 or 6 HP, 4 cycle engines; Instant cutter
generally but not wholly is enjoy Finally, it can be observed that the by the Defense Departmentthat effective be . trash piles DINING AT ITS BEST! height adjustment. When equipped, will haul, move snow,

ing material abundance, it Is difficult to cause of government economy, whatever and the nuclear dangers fallout of firestorms can. . secondary removed sources or covered of fire CYROSVENETIAN aerate Snapper., etc. Let us show you the Comet . made by

maintain interest in the endless stacks oft its current status, is end will continue to such that we must spend billions are- can be . minimized by shut

figures that make-up. a federal budget. be a long-run problem of top importance.the of dollar for shelters. ting" electricity or heating MOONBill Directly Behind Nokomis Post OfficePh.
I J JII In fact Defense Secretary Morris
McNamara has even gone afar To me, this Js a very lgnlf- SINGS FRI. AND SAT.j 488.3975 Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
'ij as to tell Congress repeatedly cant report, and an encourag __
ing one. It says, for instance
that he would refuse full
: Farsighted Bill development .and deploymentof that natural weather variationsare ,
; such to
; a weapons system to defend as make it militarily .
the nation against a ballistic foolhardy for an enemy
\t ; Time goes by so quickly that it's hard Gl Bill through the legislative mate missiles attack unless to concentrate on the kind of
i t I for us and doubtless for that shelter were built widespread clty-destrowlng fire raids with
a good many is Washington is now spending the The McNamara large bombs because weather

I i Ii other readers, too to realize that it summer quietly, but enjoyable, right hereIn in essence, this:reasoningwas An antimissile conditions for the average

V 1 j 11 was 20 years ago this month when the Canandaigua. Twenty years ago, Bernard weapon. system will American such attacks city would make

f. United States government began the most W. ("Pat") Kearney, e retired Major would cost upwards leave almost of $16 billion all of, but the third of the time ineffective, of only limited one- J

': exciting and comprehensive programs of General, who has a home on Manasota population subject to death or effect another third of the

'i j f educating! veterans ever tried by any na- Key, near Venice: Fla., was the Congressman permanent crippling because of third time of and the effective time. only one-
tion. Yes, in July of 1944 the famed "GI from fallout or Rre-storm. So why
SchenectadyAmsterdam.Glov.ersrille This I.
not to
I Imply or
Pay ,
spend $18 billion plus unless we
Bill of Rights" was enacted into law area, and a .key Republican member also spend perhaps a fourth of hold out any kind of hope at
i '!1 Believe' it or not, under the provisionsof of the Veterans Affairs Committee of' that amount for fallout shelters all that a nuclear war would
be anything less than horrible .
i I that farsighted piece of legislation, the House of Representatives. A stalemate Well? after all this hullabaloo beyond description, or that the qV: i:

f tome 7,800000, veterans were educated, developed between the House end 'the and after the defense appropriations coat In human lives could be : \

2,200,000 of then in collages. The bill provided Senate on various provisions of the. bill. bill is passed measured hi less than tens of .: .
I. the wherewithal to make 450,000 It was Pat Kearney's action which broke what do we learn? We learn millions But it U to car that "
I this: the hope of survival appear to MOB.TGA: .c
o. engineers; 180000 doctors, dentists and the deadlock and cleared the way for New Defense Department be better than had been :

nurses; 150,000 scientists: ; 107,000 lawyers; final passage of the bill." studies soon to be released indicate thought and without turning '

i I 243,000 accountants; 36,000 writers and So today, es we celebrate" the 20th anniversary have a strongly much that better all,chance of us the to what solution too of many every regardas problem LO.&7'r::a..NSi" r

r''' journalists; 288,000 metalworkers; 138,000 of the GI Bill, we else salute PetKearney than previously has been admitted : The taxpayers' dollars "' '!
electricians; 83,000 policemen and firemen
whose 16-year career wes distinguished of living through the "
; 61,000 printers; and 700,000 business fires' and fallout that maybe Tn Florida it's against the .i
In many other areas es well, Including expected to follow an attack law to have a rattlesnake fora hed1 to buy 1 Stop In . :' t tf II :' j
I men.That's being; the renking Republican by. hydrogen or other nuclear pet. unless you have a special ,: ., '. .
n a pretty impressive record! In member of the House Un-American Affairs bomb. and that this chanceof license from the Game and, and get fast*and figure!sbout '. : if' '
fact, it's not stretching e point to say that survival does not rest on Fresh Water Commission. To .;r .c : :,.
1 the GI Bill educated the backbone. of the Committee for the pert''he playedIn costly construction of shelters. exhibit any poisonous reptile oar Mortgage Plan.Fast service.., 1""i:> "
requires license c
special f"'I
It should be said In fairness a plus '
J "
bringing the bill Into :
nation today. reality (tW. ,.
I j that the new studies by Mr. a $1,000 surety bond. "j,
j e e e also mighty proud that .he chose to spendhis McNamara's own researchers I OHwenlent! ( moneysaving) terms, '{Njtt. r.:.

Perhaps you don't .know it, but one of summer In our megnifieient pert of ilne do not say no shelters should '
be bnllt. To the It is ; :
1\1'I\' i the men who played a key role In getting country). CanoJaJgua, N.: Y. Messenger. reported that well-constructed contrary; DAY -to, ,, ,{.iI l

'I shelters will protect men, CAMPFOR i"'l., '
t women and children, and even ..... <, 5"ooi :
animals, caught In fire-storm BOYS .f' ,: .- >'.". ,

. IUI1; Library Column or But subject there to appear be nothing Ages I to 12 '.' .( "

la. the report which supports MEET WEEKDAYS .
the expressed view of ST
sin to 3 p.m. wweeq.anmeaelAaaMn.a
1, THE PUBLIC LIBRARY is characterized: PRESIDENT Thomas Dreier. of Florida the defense secretary that
.s'. basic cultural force by United States Library Association points out that the urgent of fallout heed shelters for construction in

Commissioner of Education Francis Keppel. public library serves all of us "day after virtually every home and certainly VENICE BEACH kE FI RS

H. affirms: In every building everywhere $2.
day with no summer vacations." In per day s
nation this to be
TAe "//.ip/ recognition: that Our own Elizabeth Greenfield ef Venice done presumably. at government PAY BY DAY OR WEEK

eo'vcof/o/ h a lifelong/ process who Is on the Sarasota County Library expense.In C SWIM INSTRUCTION

t 'lot JrametluJ Importance of Board, reports that the Venice Area Fro fact, the surveyors found DIVING
I ficrrlng good /library service Public Library Ii out front )jn the vibrant effective step could of their take very own TENNIS "

readily ecceis/i/e/ // to every cit.q Florida renaissance.. short of buildlna- fallout GAMES' 0", thirtieth Altn ,enary'reo"!

fee*. USE YOUR UBRAAY.8LN.. .. It su..-.fs-! "Simple me... PHONE 488-2780
", I ores such: a* closing vwetian -_. ,

if. 1 'f

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THE GONDOLIER _ _ _ _ _ ___

Legal Legal Beverage Tax Sets Record ili1 : I

UlSFHICT tiNDER Th. ..dr.ICMe to ......., Mrtlly' Exceeding earlier predictions The collections, representing I
MB PROVISIONS ol CHAPTER If!, hat thor ... eonductlnf a Seorotarlallervlre
I FLORIDA STATUTK8 19... ...1..* U HI ... RUIto, Ven of $120 million, the State Bev. taxes on both alcoholic beveragei 'I

KNOW ALL HEN BT' THEIR PBfH.!': I.., Florid. .. nndnth. fletltlo..poso aral. Department closed its and cigarettes, surpasses
4 aU records set throughout the
fiscal 1983
COMMIBHIONERS or SARASOTA that Mid firm .. oontneeed of tht books on year -

COUNTY. FLORIDA P......, to h* fyIlandni pa's-n. ..10_ , 0.' with s record-breaking $120- history of the state Keating _ _
nre n. of Chapter Ml, Florida Stabat pl._ Of ...1...... are H toll....! declared.
**,101'; attlnc a* tk. Saraeota Own. Ten* D. Brown, 100 N. DIMM St, t97.113.SO tax collection, cccording 7 _ _
r. Shore and Braob. Preeervatlon an.Ikorlhr. Venice, Florid ( ; to Beverage Director Collections one year ago for
4oe herebr advertle lie Inlen.Lion Ruth .. Jobniton. TIO Oeel ..., V.. similar 12montlperiod '
I lo tahll.h a ahor* and keuhreer I.. FlorId. Richard B. Keating. a
> >allon dlitrlot wlUiln the boundarto I tlsravshlp: of A B O SECRETARIAL reached $89,689,560, showing
I Houses For Sale Business Personals : of I....,/ Coach,. with the' noting.iriei SERVICS la aa follow.ITerew this year's collections a 3521 _________
Leqal Wt.. Legal
of eaeh prapoMl eUtrlot halos D Brown, half-owner
'doMrilied 01 rollowa. to will. Bars Johncten, ..".......* ("*I. per cent: increase over last
HATESind OWNER: TRANSFERRED. WOTIOB OF CAlt, VQR Cretan ..'. th dlitrlrthall ... to th'*
RUBBER STAMPS/ made to or. BIDS AUTOMOBILES area prlol. It to o Intention to applr year. The Director attributed
Will Incltid all propertloi wlthla Cleric of u.. Circuit Coon ,In tad forSaraaota NOTICE OF IKTENTIOll
sacrifice I bedroom ,..
I TV Boarl ot .11. Increase to the
der. In.tructlen ofSaraioU
Overnight service. Office of the huge
th'* city limit of tho' CIty of Vonloft Ootmtr. Florida, te rnnt.tnr f/i. KICISTKR FICTITIOUS NAMB part
Rufus, both Thursday I I bath hou... $400 down and take personal pocket or stock. _M ....CooMy. for Iwa norida eel) ,..will... ale roMlv lit*> Florida. .* of till' date and I.. .. nun. ABO SECRETARIAL SCR. TO The aadnlaned do besot. oortlfr that rise In tax on both cigarettes 'I
up FHA .lud* UIH' proprt ._P..... hithatpavnsoo.aa.sooS VICE .nd. tilt' provlilon of Chapter .
ind Monday Editions! payments. 353:! Glen 488-1431: orllneor: 1N4 model ten door eodana an r thai. sme oonduoUnt n refrMroratlon ear.Tire end beverages ordered at the .
> of 1141.Wltnea.
deeded > ovens. Law* of Florida. Act TI.mlTooIL
iaeS' I'M Sooth I
Oak Rd. 488-4638. efriei an at*.the M, Atiatut 10, 1M4 In the th. 1W, ... of tho Internal Improvement our kind 451.. Ith asS' .( bntlnex' at Florida, under th. flo.HUoo. last session of the Legislature
SuvenrlHir of BulMInn
S1.00$ fund to th'* Wort Ooait 1.", 1M. namTof BUTLER RFFRIGRRA.TION : .
_. .
V.5I.. a.5nor.5lso'.IsO.. .....1.: end 0 SIM Bakla Vl.le Street, inland NnTlntlon DIltHet whoabe.mO.atlp '11.5555 I0 SIRIOWIC.50lTIO
Ale I ne 5 .51...... 1.IIa., P. 4..JO" ,* l4t. ...,- Fl.rl.ta.neatnoatton. . deeded M W the U. 8.Gonrnment S. 10501150051.PvbIh.b : AND APPUANCB SERVICE tIN fol.

((12 1 word minimum" J' OnaN. ....Un. SHEPARD anillakl. . .. offlo. and. of TemlUal th. Snperelior.form. ar of. loa I Inlet and for,,"aervlelnl.. Thl. tk*>*._V....,. . July 15. 10, ''T, 4... '. I.... .110'losIng"> aM....lira..... k whoM eompowr".....ot nnd mldenna (Advw'tlsns.nt9 t' '

Word each 6c Bulldlntn and Ground. ItOt B>hl. VtolagMottl' are a* follow t
Additional LUMBER CO. In.hidei both tho' north Sod eonthlettlei
EXCLUSIVE! A real buy. Just :=- r""".". Telwhon.RU8SBLL . nt Venice Inlet. The area otth NOTICE Of CALL Wlioon R. B.U., Venice, .FloridaOwnemhlp
listed. Nearly 3 |Q03 N. Blvd. Include allpropertta FOR SEALED BIDSSealed Ch.vI. V. BahIN. VIII"" P5.doRaINnt
new bedroom Washington Dbnriet .lull aleo .
V.plea FIorldL
W. WILIT. IoeIOarJrIIoanI bid. will ho roeelvod or the
CASH rttei, both Thursday home a: mlnutea from shopping Sarasota ot Public' Instruction, Beach. In Unit the aubdlrlalon No. 1. Block.of Gold No. of .Fabll' ,......-. of SoivouiCounty of BUTLER RFFRIGB- THE OTHER DAYA

and Monday Editions center and schools. Quiet can Sanuota Oountr. ..Iori.... on 1 throDah' N,. I .. .-,..... I. Plat Florida ., tl. office of thoSuperintend. RATION ANn APPLIANCE BERVICBb
Fnetlehi J.1r IT. 0114.Novica .!* of Pukll. of e* OnhIonsIWil.a
Book No. T S -A ..1011. record
residential area. Under $12,500.: pan R. Butler Mtt per centCharlee '
ELLIOTT old Countr In ho School Admlnt.m
PAULfor OiddaBs..ah
51.40 01 SaruMm C.ontO FOoidj
$ Byron Markle. or BAUD S418 Ratton Street Ham- V. Butler, SlVt per oent "Can "t.i
Realtor. Phone Unit NIIo 5. 8loek. NIIo Ithro..h lion Building young man asked,
Th offlo of BRASWELL a BROWN, reoorded. In PlatBook Florida tmtll StOO PM. on Tnea. Robert Deikln, SIVi per "
488-4708. I Attorney Ventee-Nokonila B.nk Build- No. II = Anruet 4, 1904, ot which tim.. ill It I* our Intention to apply to the you tell me what books to I
|I'2 word m'nlrfumlAdditional ROOF TRUSSES "a Venloo, Florid, ph,.. 4KI-440I. will Saraiota No T, pit Count* M-A r'Ir.:.ncord.of I Gulf bid will .ht publlctr opened I. thomerllni Clerk ot tha Circuit, Court 5 In and.. for. study to become a good used

Wordi. .aeh So C.B. HOUSE, corner lot, stove, Alum.. aeeept ffn.. to purohue th. foltowlni Rhone No. 1, lot. No t throuih room of said Board for for. ,._ Countr Plo"4o.0 .101.. We said ' '
Windows & Doors.Contract .Id BUTLrR; RFFRIGB.RATION : ,
daiulbed the of appraiser
property aelonalnf to th* No. 101 Plat Book No. a pan No.ft nlihlni nil labor and Baterlel nnd per- nan car
Refrigerator For information Guardian of the arapertr of VSrU 5. .. 5no5.dp.tsl AND APPLIANCE SERVICE<< for
nil work
Roofing A Painting so recorded' In th* ncord. noMoiniT ; "That'i a worthy goal any
AO-Ceo IntmboSv..5. \: under the provtilona of Chapter SOWS
call KOMOW tnooBpetonttOne R.r.
an .
Aim 4882860. U of Arrlmltunt -
to ooratmotlon an
vJT th.. H ....... OIl n onra to Phone 4S.2I32 Venice IMS rimmilh 4.4r lodao.. of. Saraaoto.No. I. County.... No 1 th....I...Gulf"8hore Ma. Shop at the Melntcah Behool ...... of PIo.I..... Act of 1041. I young man but frankly we
M > .....
>. I.. one rneente oeato ID No. rilTSUMoVuk .. silo Saraaota, ..Iori.... All work hall WITNESS our . thIs' 17th dar believe that all the words that
i,. t.. .... r.o rllon mereanrr.i BEAUTIFUL Inside and out. offer* nraet bo In ..rttt.... ...... 5e..reamddlnth.. rs.omda atlava. bo ..... In accordance with drawtnmand of Jnlr. 1""
....... (.bare* of It *nte a> :a Bedroom a: bath home. TYPEWRITERS .. ay the' offerer. aettlnr ton th' r .5._pa; 55 pbU. Gall ipeclflcatlcma, prepared br theBulldlne /., WILSON R. BUTLER could be written on the subject -
and Costly FIorI4o.
.. of >. (Mndellor.. P.O. Adding ... ., CHARLES V. BUTLER
e Central water and aauant of niak otter wfcloh. .U k* na IIh_ )10. I. Lola No. I U..oh Archlte Mr. Edward I. SalsPy0ot / would be pointless withouta
KTaalbor. .m ntum. t. ol.Min.fc sewer. Own Machines (mechanically operated low than' Slla.00. oaM .p uad diUear.ed .. .. .. _.... 'R Plat look lolL South Palm Avon*. larawu. ,., ROBERT DEAKIN. of
er most return north. Sacrifice ) Chemicalv! cleaned M the office of saId attorney' on any T,-pua-No. 51.-publla--record-ofdariKta I' ",n... Publlehl Julr 10, IT. Auiuet I. 10, IM4. follow-up of years expep.ience

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY price. Bryon Markle, Realtor. like new. Just $12.SO plus pans day (except Bundan Md saturday after County Florida t Gulf Each Bid moil. be Mcmpanled n ." We told him that some
: : ISiN noon) hotwern til houn of 10io No, Lot No I throuih bid bond entitled ehesh or oa hl Phone 4884706. If required. All makes. Venice3tatboneru ..... ,. Bhona 4. used car men have come
Edition Inch $3.00 and ItM hwlanlni with th No. M M recorded. In th' Pint Book In an amount not Ion than five,
Ont 211 W. Venice Ave. publication of thli ..\ .. throuih' No. b. pan 55. pu.ll. record ot per cem f.1( of th. total amount of up via the route of being good
Both Edition per Inch JJ.SO 4R86111 ..r:' .t *re. at 10:0: ;. .._ Countr Florida, ..d. all of tho bM ao a .......... that' th. ..Id... mechanics and other have
RentalsATTRACTIVE prepesup ,lull saab that area. Ineludlnl the' unrecordedPlata will If ......... th* ....1...... enter Into
aublcot to approval of.In* Contr Judao of Gulf Manor and Cornwall.. a written eontmet .1tIo laid Boo"" eatlifnetorr learned their profession working -
All eloniHad ads payable 'In Situations Wanted for lareaota, Florida. to th. off. ........0.11. .,... between. the wat ta form to MM. Board on- with a good used car man
Eff. Apt. Private eror who* offer h th1i.e. of then ..,.1.. penaltr and waio .... ..1.0 .-
of tho Quit of Meitoa and th
advance except ti'abliihed! betted noclvod. and which. ....iI _*.e< Inn' or aforementioned* aubdlTlilon mud th* roDulrod .br norida .law, and ... ager. And we pointed out that
pool. W. Venice WANTED um of 1110.Oil feaek often ahall h* ... paIrIng workmm'a omnen.etloo. and appraiser
IRONINGS. the most expert
V. which
iccountw Pickupand .1. limit of area even
opened at .aid off Ice Focal
Ave. Week month yearly at lllOl 5.nk AiaAttoman. > .... that owned ,.blI. llabllltr t bmrane. and approvalof I.
delivery ph. 488-2573. 055 51./i. 1504. Prepante Ins, IN es atw Ineludoi pronertr eubeentractor. br said Board. I. me..oyd..O gets fooled every once In

CANCELLATION or 488-3681.Reasonable summer rates. Ph. 00:d 0r.Oi CI, ,"ln-Plpsssat/i VnInw: hands.PulInk iiSOSauli br the oorapled U. S." Government be the U. and S. Co.praoontlr ., with th. accepted bid and tin ......> A awhile. Therefore, when you
ADJUSTMENT Help' Wanted I Ja/i, an. .e. A.,. 5. 0. IN&. .a../...,.. dcacrlbed.. a Loran. propertle.Station. II.All In of aetlon. tIN fatlorr ap.yfonsaus.nd to ..Id Board' S In:"'th. fill amount are trying to find a good used

for cancellation . 4 BEDROOMS, 3 Baths Large 1I0Tl. 0.. nLB 4-.-.-7-.-t-ll and II In To.... of th. contract price within ton which danafter tN1a5aNcl.GOOD car It is far better to put yourself
Requests tho molting of sold Board at
became of living room. carport. Yearly ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office 1\0 01'1Ioo ., asAswctu BRONIf. shIp S* South, Ron.. It But. or In .. contract to .......... It bid bond in the hands of a trustworthy ,
or adjustment VenUwMokomli. Ilasa 5.Id.Its oration l-lt-lt and 14 In Townahln It t* be sIreS, It to .u....... that' laid dealer than actually to
must be made for basis. Near school and shopping wants live-wire licensed real P. O. Box U7 Venire riorld, St South. and R.... II Bait: of th* bond flrn bt ibnlttod for approval toHenrr
error 504 So. Nassau St. estate salesman. Reply .1. C., phs. WMiOS, will accept offer to p'r.bnoi State of Florida, P. Trawlck. Jr.. IIM Main Street GUY be an expert yourself .
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Box ( Ik* followlnf doieHbed property .bJoot *> a nubile kearhic, to M .... Florida. Attomar! for saId' then any gamble involved II '
746. Venice ,
held at th* City Hall In SIN Cli .1 =
t th Iieeuter of th eMateot
hai.laorn * *
I pjn. on Monday. For Monday t a4.. tT.!...!*.*. 455.' CARL O. MrLLCH, dmaiidlOm Venire Florida. nt 10:00 S.,.. .. the Comment*. liMhdln. oomploto draw.Int. shouldered by the conscientious

Gondolier BEFORE s fell.Dillon LOU lo oar UCO'S.un.. OMIT tenon, BOAT BUILDERS or young 1'"S Ford 4-dr. ...,.Iaa iota. d." of Aumiit COMMISSIONS IPSO at which OF.. and _Ifl..tto... mar ko examined .. dealer, who will' never allow acuslorner
p.m. on Thur day. men who would like to learn ID Ma BIU01S03I4 SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA. .It- a| tho Palm office A_of..sold.._erchltort.Florida III. to get ""stuck. Maywe
Snob offer* pju>t b* In wrltlnir lined South"
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by boat building trade. PhOll.Sara.ota by tho offeror, oettlni forth to. amount tint a* the ........ Oountr Shore and or at the' allIs of aald Superintendent give you such invaluable
PHONE year. Completely furnished. of nrk offer whlcb hall b. n* i_ Beach ProMnatlon authority will b..rtIN of Puklla. Inunction. On ... of earn t
of mind Our values no
966-255. ..., and f..I1... of and ..11orloetod peace
Automatic heat air than 'UO.M, amloi np nnd d.U..... la b* 1i't kr a contractor noon ........ '
and conditioned either In orthrouih : ,
poraona penon to bo .dc outstanding! of 00 okMk. are
tho of
office aald day
attorney oa any
.. .. I
488-3125 aonneil, with" to th
1000 Sq. ft. On E. (exetpt Saturday after IStOt noon and mrabl to Mr. Edward: 1. Bdbort. Ml ';
Female Help Wanted onoitlon of whether the' prapond dietrlct Month Palm Anna. _... Florida. ) RALPH WOLFER
Sunday.) between tho boon of 10:00: a.m.
St. close .
Tampa to stores .
and SiN p beilnnlni I with th.nblteatlon ihall or .1o i1 not be o>.labll.5.d.All .",.. d1t will IN m51ad.d' np's 0isr.tamn : : .JfOI
Tel. 588-4194. :. the Intonated and effected penoiu an ot tho dcsnavu. I. tlro' .1-.1.dliio.
ot notice throneS Invited to be nnaent Written earnmnnleaHoM ......... ..uckoontraetor .
WAITRESS. FULL or part ... to ul4 arehlteet. :
Lots For Sale elI dup of Amass at IS OO'I'i.ior: will he .-... and aoneldered. rabmlttod. ho.. fid. AUTO. LIFE & FIRE 'INSURANCE
ha. a
. :
D :CInfu a bedrooms. time. Apply to Venice Yacht Bald property be Judnfor ea anbteci The nubll hearlnc ...., bo *ontinned 101.0 old Board. A./IIIon.1 oite of WOLFERMOTORS ,)."
to approval of tho' Ommtr
Highlands. Club after 11 am. from time. to time. until all Interocted document k obUlnM from soldaryhit..i
LOT IN BAY POINT, Noko- ._ County "001' to th mar '
Near beach. Phone 488-3323 after off_ whoeo offer h the .klihart ofthow Cares* have had an opportunltrto at eo.t ort br th. architect.No G. McPherson
Block the clocliK of th.pnbllg Hugh :
beach. b heard. Upon
mil. Mile from bidder rn., withdraw loll bid for
ranlrad and which ahlll uoeedth INC. :
5 and weekends. Boats For Sale hearlni the BOARD OF COUNTY ...
p.rn. period of thlrtr dara after inch d.
vent of U. S. 41. Value 1250. ana of ISM,000. Such offer. .hall OF IARABOTAooUNTY a ,
be opened. at ..ld of tie. at lltOI pm.Publlaki .. COMMISSIONERS . Bald Board Mono tho rlrht to ro. 1712 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL
for ojUbliih the pronouddMrtet
Slake! offer or trade 19-20 .. _. mar less anr and all bid pnsIy.d and towalv
:a BEDROOM HOUSE, unfur A 5.5.0 1110. 1181. Pres.t, .. INat .1' ;,
!Ha notion or ..
15-FT. FIBERGLASS. motor npon own mareubmlt f.rd TRAIL
1 and formalltlol 915 S.
boat and motor. 488- 1\00 V..Joo.N'okoonll Sand purbl.gI.e. sop
ft, MFG /
nished. Plenty room for children .. the anoitlon n* to whether th.propoeed / Opposite Venice/ Gaitenspeiton '
trailer. $395. Phone "8878'1.Trenchard. ""
6629. dUtrtrt. .hell or .hell not beo "TUB BOARD or PUBLIC IN. "I..; '
and pets. Phone 488-6781. IT An .. I, 1M4.riORIDA '
July 10. >..loll..... to tho freeholder of the proPO.OI BTRUCTION OF SARASOTA '
HF.HIDBNCB tOTgVRNirie I - --------- dletrict. COUNTY. FLORIDA. Phone 488-3965 or r'-':
VF.NICK VACATIONER'S NOT I C K. m mi OOmn1' Jurors OOURT1M L. 1.. PARKER. ........
P. Field, FARM
BusiNisa SITUS Bri Herbert STATE
18-FT. H. trailer I
CALL. I.OU JACOBS. ...-.811 Completely furnished 1, 2, 3 tanks Ready to go. $45O. Ph., IN PBOBATB.M BOARD SIONFRS OF OF COUNTY SARASOTA COKMIS- PablUhl Julr II. 10. '7. 1 (4.NOTICB In.uronca C.nnp.nIs.ilesna 488.6150 !;; 'J-:

room apartments and bath. Including RE i E8TATS OPCARL COUNTY. FLORIDA.Actinic OlIlosa B"lplllOnlInnol.Compare, ,
488-6787 Arquett. INTENTION TO (
ELK INLET Seawalled prlv. utilities and linens. 0 MILLIR. DooMtoIProbet M th* Pareeotn CountrBhor. OF
ate boat basins. E .L. Kilton, Weekly $10-$15-$20; Monthly$30155M5. HOTICTI TO CREDITORS* and Beach. PnaervatlonPnhlUhi ........1..... dooj htrehr certify
Bayshort Drive. NokomU. SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS .st/irtty. that h. I. eonduetlni' a Bom* AppH-
Call 488-3447. evenIngs Aol, 15. SO. 11'. A.... I. IM* .
. 10 Ararto Rd,
length. 8-ft beam. Puito-Val- RAViNG CLAIMS OR PEMANDIAGAINST .no. .1.* ktulnoM at
474-2569. 604 and 518 Armada SAID UTATIl V.,.... Fla. usda the fleUtlou. name '
Real Estate Road. vo engine. Tunnel stem. All Ton ar* hereby notified aid remlredto IN TrTB COUNTY TOPG1JS COX1F.T of Wad.. Appll.... ....1.. and that !
fibreglassed. Hardtop. Draft file any olalm er demand which yonmny IN AND FOR sARASOTA COUNTY ..Id firm to .....-" of the' followlnipcnona
12-ln Wonderful for and km ...1... th. I.t.! ... of CARL FLORIDA IN PRO BATS 5/iaN n...... and plaoaa of na.Idenc ,
3 BEDROOM! HOUSE on the bay .._ follow..
In Noko- : 0. SIttER DeeoHod, late of are at
3 BEDROOM HOME water. Nicely furnished gulf. Lots of room for chairs County Florida I In tho ,"' 1.. ., Sin.. M REl!: TKTAT1)) OF Arthnr W. Wtld.llcn' M Anile ....
mil. Near water stores and and fishing tackle. $995. Phone I JOHN T. GRAHAM. Sarawto Cenntylain. LAWRENCE L. XMrTH. rMceaco4.Prohate I... ... Get the best car rental deal fromECDNDCAR
NPC. Phone 488-8681. Fll. No. 7614NOTTHB Srriro
office. Newly painted, In the County Court Hone atSaraeota Ownenhh of Wado'l ApplloM*
post 488-3157 Florida within all calendar TO rREDITORS I I. na / ...!
docking privilege. Rent or sale month* from the data ot she tint pub.llcatlon .. Tn AU CREDITORS AND PFTtgONHA Arthur W. WoId.I...... 100 per ooatIt
reasonable. Phone 4881231. Wanted To Rent of Into VINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS to mr Intention applr to th*
Auto For Sale ./. or demand. mat bo hirltlne AGAINST SAID ESTATE cloth of th. Circuit :'' In. and for
.. and la dopllcaUl I ihall .t.", You an II...../' notified" and requiredto Saraeota Count,, Florida. to reaMer
Houses For Sale THREE BEDROOM HOUSE, the plies ot _'..... and toet office file anr elilm or ....... which von the saId ..,,. 111''...'. Appliance .,.
57 VOLKSWAGON. radio and .ddroni of tho Claimant hall b. iwornto mar have stalest th. Ectnt of Law .! under /. provblonl. of ChaptertO
Unfurnished Cost in. Call beater. Good condition. $850. ... abe Clalmaifc hi* ...i or hi* renee L. Smith' Dooraeed late of C.b.1. ... La... at Florida, Act. of 1141.Wltne the on'y'difference' is the low price
ATTRACTIVE 1 Bedroom abaths. 488-6431 after II p.rn. attorney i ihall k* aoeompenled ky a ('.....Ip. WInS Vlralnl... In th* office of *. mr bud thIn Sod day otJulr. 4
See at 265 So. Nokomis Ave. It.00 fill.. fee, and any reIn. or R.... JOHN T. GRAIl/iN. ......... . UI&' ,
Reasonable, Easy demand not ao filed hall be ...... The Csaip I.d.. I. Ih. eo..Iour; ARTHUR w. WATDELIGIL .
terms. P. O. Box (8, Venice. Misc. For Sale 1958 CHEVROLET pickup films I. esop be oddod a. the annwt Hen.. at Boraeou. Florida within .1. Publl.hs. July .. U. 10. Ii IIU.SwimlnS70. you MORE I Costs you LESS
.r .... 0.' .101. ,.... nor .ha ab.. calendar month from th* dtte of Inc
or 488-6474. truck with utility bed. Extremely Inland tro. the Co..i J.dg.'. elfiN. flnt publication of thIs Notice.
OVERSTOCKED Trade guns clean. $695. 488-2465. FRANK MILLER. BR, Each *. or demand nuat be hi FREE Pickup or I You Save up to 40%
CASH IS KINO. fMVATB i/ilL .. Eiecutor ., th. Eetet! rltlne. and I In staIn
W.nh Ihnaanda <* lnee.llr.lo. tool, typewriters, furniture of Carl O. Miller D........ the plao of ...Id.... and oct office Delivery Credit cards honored
'. 1964 CORVAIR, 4-door sedan .... ...., .hall .be .,or. '
r ...1. .. P. 0. Bow '1. Venle whet have for new vacuum A Horn e"I BRASWfLL ft BROWN add of the CI.I. .
you Call aids. the Cl.lmant, hi. mrent or hi. .. C Safety Seat-Belts ,
White, blue interior. Ph. Vmlee-NokemU Bank to br By the hour day
I ,
OWNER HAD ':0 MOVE I Must cleaner. All attachmen'sincluding P O. Bo> T4T.Venire "'rnor ahall be br n SI.7tflUni
floor polisher rug 488-2776. '10'1..... fee nnd nnr *..I, l.lm or demand . I Gas Oil I Insurance week or month ,.
tell! :2 bedroom tile bath. Pu.,...., July 10. IT. A... .. 10. lift.IM not *. filed .hall .be eold. Th fllln ,
built-in stove, nicely landscaped and furniture shampooer. WriteT. Instruction > fee ..., .be added to the amount .1 AT
H.. Box 748, Venice.AIRCONDITIONER TUB!: CIRCUIT COURT OF THI claim ..d clelm form. ..... be obtained.
In centdown
county. Six per TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN from tbe Countr ln/o". of fife.
and approximately $68 Lois FOR SARABOTA COUNTY. LYLE!: TRAWFORn SMITH and Warn Mineral Drive our New I '
Westinghouse FRENCH GERMAN
L. SMITH. A.5 ,
per month. WWII and Korean deluxe with heat ISH lesson for beginnersand : MAT8CHUU, Anolllarr Admlnlctraton of the I automatic shift {

veterans for ... Ko. E.tite! of Lawrenn L. Smith "
might qualify payments pump thermostat and exhaust. advanced, by qual'fled! FRKOERICrT!: MATBCHVLLNOT1C Suit IT.T4I DeefejiedAttorneri Springs I 2-door VALIANTS. $3 :

as low as $58 mo., down Used very little. Original cost teachers. Call 488-1497. 1214 OF SUIT BLAIR a DFAN: ..... o.
payment' as low as $250. Full Ave. Venice. Tot FREDERICK MATBCUULL, tddm P. O. Bo. U7J. 5 Also other fine .:: :
$359. Sell for $173 cash. May Mango ..b.... SIT If...... Street 1 12. Miles South el Venice $4.15 ,
Price 9995. Chios Johnson I
In operation. Dr. C. L. Venice Florida. CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
be seen Ten ore koreby notified thai a putt On US 41
WAITING Wilkinson .. 57. IM4. ak... aaaejai aor Me)
Realtor. 306 W. Venice Ave., Calkins 633 Appalachlcola. JOBS In 'haneery b.. been brouiht afaln.t Publlihl Julr U. to higher rates.
Ph. 4882241; Branch office Real Estate School. Enroll yon by RUTH MATUCHULL In I tk. Clr- I slightly .
Venice. Judicial Clr.eidfc
raft CoIortho Twilftk
Kent Motel. 625 S. Tamlaml now 262 S. Tamlaml Trail. aaraoeta. County Florida and mla

Trail Ph. 4881695. Phone 488-5551 or 488-5698. ,. hereby .asnsrsa& ordered and required ,
APACHE to file your written All... ofDefence Call On JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY .
World's number one camping ta tho' Coa.sI&ni11.0 herein I
ONCE IN A LIFETIME you Lost ...l..s ,OIl I In tIN a/ia. .. entitled. AMERICAN ROOFING CO. INC. TO RENT A CAR DIAL 488-1096 :
trailer Now also number one caiue II the' office of the Clerk of th. ,
can get a 140 ft. seawalled, in the Sarasota area. All Circuit Court I. ..d tor 8........ Cs,..
Pilf-front home with depth. and downin SOLITAIRE EMERALD KINO a,. Florida. en or .fore Ins 4th day ofAuf. For I free estimate on I WALL CRETE lob on your residance I
All bedrooms aluminum, pulls up .. IM4. and to **... menIal rack GULF GARHF.N AUTO CENTER
oversized. 2: franchised
rooms dealer
diamond wedding ringon Only .
minutes Two double beds and A.._ or. DoI._ ipon, Barry A or commercial building. ares
3 baths, large living Sold out of Nokomis Beach off pavilion Y...... ,,"... for plaintiff add.... handle MAGNUM a mildew end waterstain resistant
to -
room with large oft the ground. P. O. Boa IOS v....... Florida, .. or Venice Shoppinq Center
fireplace some model More on the Reward Contact The Gondolier before said del*, .. required by th. application. Can be painted, brushed or rolled on. ,
Florida room large kitchen Newspaper.' I... of Florida, and th. 1094 Rule ofCMI RATES SUMMER : "'
Low price high quality. CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY :
way. .
and Valued Prooeednre. eo, DEARBORN ST ENGLEWOOD
garage.<< conservalively nV..r IIM' 555 W. .
Bank financed. Come Door** Pro enteredanlnet '
shorthaired a LEASING.
at 41000. Owner will yon for th* nllef demanded In .:
take a drastic loss for quick CAMPER'S WORLD, hunting dog. Small the. Complaint. Th entIre of said anilI Telephone -, '

sale. For this, real buy, see 100 N. Washington Blvd. white blaze on face. Vicinity' I 10 It fer I*dleoroa kereby. ordered that In. .. Notlo. Business 474-3375 Home 474-1794 WertI't.-rsalaS .,.. 'I.; .l I III

Bvron Markle Realtor. Ph. (Opposite Mass Bros.) Laurel $5.00 reward. 488-3436 .hall b* puhlUhed. one a week forfonr
eonaotnUv week .. th. Venlc.Ooadouer . 1:
488-4708. Sarasota, Fla. a nempaper publtahcd. InSaneeta
County. Florida.. and nnrlng
VENICE GARDENS TO-BE-MOVED. Frame duplex C SING DINE DANCE a aeneml etreulatlon.trtnen. .
my bond a. Clerk of aaldClreult
apartment Furnished. Delivered It Court of the Tw.ttlh.. Judicial,

>WATERFRONT bedroom. 2 bath.- 15000.00 built-in to your lot by Meade Circuit.. In. ,and top Bameota Juno County. 1M4. Estate CornerS I
CYROSVENETIAN .1orI.... Ins loth day ot Real
Move and oven with matching House Moving Inc., Sarasota W. A. WTNNB D

refrigerator. Screened 355- 017. I MOON Clerk Beraeot. .. of County the Florida. Court, !1'

porch with' I hutton-down SAVE MONEY on flash bulbs Fri. I Sat. Lil & Bill IMpaIr Ph, Betty Osak.K. BtoaVn' ,
shades. I
low as $1,800.00down Used Heliotron MM electronic Ps/iSa/iC I., I. 05. 10. 11'. IN& F-
plus cloning cost. AC and rechargable -
flash. Works on 2 BEDROOM HOME. '
Drapes included. Water softener ?
battery. Like new 'I/I Block to Beach, Fumiihad .
buys It. Sam ?
Screened Lot Paved St.

452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Porch attached carport, Oil
s.' Trail 481.39654816150SPECIALIST $7950.00 ,
Co. H. N. Wfrnmerf' Realtor heat
NEW!: RiCHMOND Buckeye Trl-Counry Equipment IN. . (105 East Aurora


beet & air conditioned sewer. garage 955-5705 C Brake Repair lubricate Chassis Agent for Western Union Telegraph N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR "
Me roof concrete drive. All Jhli week specials/ on C Front End Allqnment OH Change Monday tin Friday S to Si Saturday re I ,

formica kitchen $13,750. Easy Front End Overhaul I. Adjust!" Headlight Beami REALTOR

WiRncIng Immediate, occu- !ayn. Atr Compressors Wheel, Blenenq! Electrical Repairs CLOSED SUNDAYS 221' W. Miami Ave. I 101 I Laquna Drive 4;

paney. phone Mr. O'Hearn Engine Overhaul Any Automata er Standard HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 481-5308 48M62I

W-MU or 488-1474. easiness PersonalsCREDIT Radio! Repair. Transmission Repair 'a '
AtrtondiHonlnq Repair, end InstallationGREEN'S ::


a bedrooma. :a baths, split CARD I' _

level home, pool, beach rlghti. I rOKOEBY INSURANCE ITS HONEYI'

,I Protect your liability due to $13,7502beJreemi BANANA PLANTATION!

CBS I BEDROOMS, Florida\ I lost or stolen credit card LEMON BAY AREA ,,_ _ _

room tile bath Golden Beach I $10,000 "coverage, $28 three Member Chamber of Commerce 2f. baths Florida room, central' heat

*g"on, 828 Roberta St For full particulars Grove 100' 300' 'landscaped lot _ _ _
I years. DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL' INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE beach rights, wonderful. view of Gulf. Owner transferred. Scento Banana on I

LEAVING top In or call Will consider: Underground Sprlnklert TOWN, WUIM Heating and Air. Conditioning renting. _ _
"fice nice home In choiRS\ lofuoa EDGE.VaaOJt8DA.tCAGENCY and boating I bedroom home. A REAL GEM. Unfumith. ,

in Venice Gardens., t HeatIng' Air Cond/ft/ nlng InstallatIons' FRANK C .4 $10,000. Will consider lellliig furnIshed.I I

Ilrl'?. bedrooms m baths Dent 111 W. Venice 41e: 4$$;.Mperles Gas Jtapgos. Water Heaters_ HAEBURN ,
can be used third REALTY
"Mioom. ns Free IstiineteiN -

wejned. porch Large,.utility carport room etc1. Job Tee Ii ] er. Tee ,Small I 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600 488.2M9 21.4 S. Tanniaesi IF. P. 0. Boss 935' thone 435-473S_ _
wndscaped corner lot. MO 01111.1sw l9resassakiel. atterstloea 241 Se. Fall Venice Ph. 488-2271 t. 1 ,

Rd. ?hone 488-2884.' tt., ,.oubJ' t111UO im,

I _

so ., 1'1.I ' 0. ,.i,7




home with them for a visit both been enjoying their new conference.The so see the World's Fair while
I NPC Personals here in North Port, Jay and boats They were In the last -0- In New York, Ruberold ApprovedLESTER
i young Paul are having a good boat.a-cads and reported it was home of Mr and Mrs. Barrett Approved
time together. great fun and the food was superb James W Kelly on Marius
The Wiest family moved Road has been buzzing with
I -o--
1' 'residents Several North Port Charlotte greatgrandchild. Mr and Mrs. Murray Mac- here from Indiana an'1 the Fox Activity lately with their three -4 WESTERN I \' : . 'Y"i ;
either for
- hail from New \\'Iri
Ohio Kay on Bumford Avenue haveas family Jersey granddaughters, Corbln Courtney AUTO \ f \
l r to visit home 1
or Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmeterand their houaeguests Mr. and and Claudia visiting here .jl. j ER .qN ii
from -0- :
f a vacation in that state their Rob- Kelly's ASSOCIATE STORES
grandson Paul Mrs Ivan Mlckerson, from from Greenville, S C. The
_, Mr. Mid Mn AI Goldstein on inson Talbot Mr and Mrs Harold Au and and '
.::- on Street, returned Waltham, Mass. The two nephew, Brian Holt '"
Herblaon Avenue have return. home Thursday from a couples enjoyed a pleasant day their daughters Connie and niece, Linda Morton from West HARDWARETACKLE!
*d after spending/ a month in week's vacation here in the last week at Busch Gardens in Bonnie returned home last Palm Beach are also here fora DAVIS ROOFING CO.
Cleveland; Miss Marie Reouch state They drove to Lake and have week vacation RADIOS John C. BennettCompl.t.
over I Tampa all been soaking week after spending a attending Earle L. KUton -
is home again after a three Worth where they visited with lot of held and MM left
up a Florida sunshine the conference at Mr Kelly Contractor
week visit in Cleveland also; their old friends Mr and Mrs, at Englewood Beach. Covenant College on top of earlier this week for a three- 305 W Venice Ave. Roofing
Mike and Jerry Harris have Lloyd Fishback. From there - Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga week vacation during which Ph. 488-3516 SPRAY COATINGOn
returned to North Port after they traveled on to Key West Mr and Mrs. Emmett Wiest Tenn. They said they time they plan to visit a son Tile, Asbestoi and Built Up Roofs
pending a month with their for a two day visit and on the on Midas Place and their near met a number of friends from and his family Mr, and Mrs Ph. 4885913SWIFT'S
father in Ohio. Those /Rolnu or way back they picked up young neighbors Mr and Mrs. Joseph the Presbyterian Church in ''I James W Kelly Jr, in Timber- Nokomis, Fla.
font, are Mr and Mrs Carl Jay Fishback who returned Fox on Malaluka Road have Lakeland. also attending the lare Avon, Conn They will al P
Kenny on Agrees Street whore
enjoying a vacation with
their children In Ohio: Akron
was the destination of Mr and w.n,
Mrs Coy Vanatta on Agrees
Avenue and they will stay for '
one month before returning!!
home; and Mr and Mrs Good ALL FLAVORS
en have returned to Youngstown FROZEN
for a two-week visit with
friends and relatives BORDEN'S

i The Rev and Mrs Charles '

Cuthbertson and their children ,
Gordon Terry and David and MARKETSMILK
Mrs. Vern Dodgson are back
home on Pan American Boulevard '
after an extensive campIng '
trip which took them L
through several states They
visited various( state and nat
focal parks on their trip and C
among the outstanding places f i, 2'half 29
visited were Mammoth Cave in Iba WHOLE gal
i Kentucky where they had a
Cave and at lunrhshrdlushrdseven
-mile hike through the
cave and ate lunch 360 feet be.
low the surface in the Snowball

The family visited the Cum.
berland Historical National
Park and saw the Cumberland
Falls. The children were especially
thrilled to walk the
very small trail made famous DEL MONTE
by Daniel Boone. The
children had their pictures 9 TOMATOCATSUP
made with the Cherokee Indian t .ur
Chief. They visited the & : 4.r 7
Pinnacle where the three r
states of Kentucky, Tennesseeand I -" f
Virginia come togetherand I frozen foods
you can stand with one foot
i in Tennessee and one in Virginia Moran McitfOrange P x i Ae

- Delight 3 amadlaplroahi $1.

Mr and Mrs Addison r + C
"Hack" McWilliams and their pi 1'

young son, AcMie returned to Strawberries . . 1b"', 79' I I 0
'I i Cannonsburg, Pa., this week bot.
for a month vacation with relatives Bids Ise Cheppad r w
(Ir Thev plan to return I '
home to Talbot Street in August . . 2 I0pv.; : 49-

,4 w ' M limit 2 per customer with
I -0-
Mr and Mrs William A. Van down produce lane purchases of S3 or non
BUrcom left Tuesday morningfor
Scotch Plains N. J., where . ,
theY will visit with their son Crisp Western Carrots
1 William Jr., and his family.

en Mrs.Blackburn Mary Rice Boulevard who resides in Crisp Pascal Celery PLUMROSE IMPORTED DANISH BREAKFAST CLUB

Trailer Acres has as her !guest
her two aunts Edna and Tryra
Wolkerson from Muskegon, MARGARINE

-0- Your c .. ,,
Mrs Hulda Blend returned
home last Thursday from chore 5 .
Greenboro N. C, where she ea. '
visited with her son, Charles, Coo
, and his family-0- J :;: 10

!. Mrs Charles Henry and
daughter Sandra returned froma
week's vacation In st. Petersburg
Congratulation to San. FREE IOO 1-lb. $109 2..b.. $199 3-lb. $99
dra who just blew out 17 candles .
on her birthday cake this J" Green Stamps con can can limit 2 per customer with

last week NAthis i . I CMMI l .
. purchase of $3.00 ;
-- Normal or more.
Dry T Nd Hard u H l" '
I'I Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence SUAVE HAIR SPRAY, Premium Lobel Sizzle Sealed Swift14ox. I' 1'1r
Sullivan on West' Hyde Park size 99c plus tax I !"
Avenue left last week for a :::;;;, saw ., wir tea lib
Franks 2 '
89 iloonExTRA
iilw! l :
I,, " family visit with In New their York.son and While his OOO OW 'o oooo + J pkg:. .,. I ll'jH' .."! ,;

there they will see the World's Plus FREE 5-os. package of Bologna! DETERGENT SPECIAL!
j i Fair and then plan to travel 100
on to Michigan for the remainder Orange, Grape, Punch, P-G ">, r., GIANT SIZE

,j tl I vacation. of their two-month J1l 1 wdduauwrwdaedwaa4. Stamps Circus Drinks 5 4?a:. H.White ; PennySaverGreen

I -0- HOUMApple
; It's been a very busy house S Folge,'. INSTANT COFFEE
hold for three weeks at Mrs. 10-0. !jar $1.39 Sauce 2 303 29*
Virginia Bolln's home on Jordan r't; .Nraa WX Jul I.M >M/ tans
I Street. Mrs Bolin's daughter D Detergent
and and the ( Penny-Saver Pink Lotion.

grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs Dish 3. *
Howard Jennings and their 50mEr E Detergent sise 39
i two sons James and William UUVe
i who are vacationing here from Flavor Perfect ,
Arkon, Ohio The Jennings J' ( Green Stamps i. 303.. c

two drove days on down before to Key West for to vilh ctlc cvp cud awfdiiM ate F & p Beets . . . . . ... . .. .., .... .. con po g t. 3 9
returning/ I Johnson Baby Powder 9
West Palm Beach for a visit. largo six* 65e Whole Kernel , ; size

( I Mr. and Mrs-0-Victor Strlegel B oooooooooooooooooo', .. 8 F & P Corn ... .:.. . . . . . . .". .. ." . . . 12-os.con 10*
on South Pan American Boulevard
limit 1
per customer with
reported they enjoyed a "
two week vacation back homeIn 5O FREE 50
purchases of
50mEF : UUVSt VV $3 or more.
MissourI. They visited their .;
I Ion Louis Striegal and his family J1i dairy specials e.0k '",
also their her Jttl 1 Green Green Stamps
daughter and
Stamps .... ...._
husband Mr and Mrs Homer I "II sow ad seder. at j I Ne aU ". akrlemaw _
ImnrM Dinlm OMIMD H Auored 1 rievtnBr'kstone's
li Webreleorfer in Kansas City. STA-PUFF LAUNDRY RINSE t-lk. CM 2.Ib.. l-lk. ecu
Mr Striegel said It was /good
to see his parents Mr. and Mrs. half gel. ,75e r1'; .$1.09 M>lrw MM.$1.99 July M .J.99r.1:' Yogurt WHERE SHOPPING
.Nna ww
M M few
; IS A
jN William Striegel in Salisburyand QOOOOOOoooooooooooO PLEASURE
her mother Mrs. Louis '
Dodge who resides in Moberly half 19" PRICES EFFECTIVE

Mo. (")( ( "' pint
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