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 30, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00220
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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December U.S. 41 Link CalledDotted 'Death Trap' \' >t':,





Venice absentee voters may provision Is mad for absentee
I an opportunity to cast balloting and instructed the >f >F 1F >f 5f ''F A Venice trailer park owner charged this week that the proposed
>heir eve ballots In the city elec. city attorney to draw up such shifting of U. S. 41 some 68 feet east of the present alignment ,
on for the first time in De- an ordinance. in front of the park will blight his property. I' I Iat
tmber. Braswell said he would follow And he contends that the curve which the State Road .
Mayor Smyth D Brohardold the procedure set up in the ,y p cep, ,Y'rtM ".r ,y, "+ ', iy"e'I Department has engineered into plans for the road relocation
the council he has discuss. state statutes, adapting it to a i that point Is a potential \ '
d the feasibility and possibll- the city'a requirement 1 death trap. locate the highway In front of r
11 of an ordinance providingor Mayor Brohard also recommended : e A 3 "I Just want to point out to the trailer park as much as 68
absentee balloting with City updating the city'a u. 4 y9t the Venice people," said Roy feet east of the present align
itlornev! M. A. Braswell. ancient voter registration lye r'q 4n, w a. e a r DeRoche, "that an S-curv ment. This apparently is being
"I think the city has now tem which he laid has become which will be there from now done for two reasons: 1) to fi
etched sufficient size for ab- outmoded. The mayor said he on la no improvement maintain traffic on the two-
entee ballots" said the city's and City Clerk Harry W Hager "We already have an existing lane portion in and out of Venice "
hief) executive. And he recom- had studied a new card system straight road Into Venice," while a new bridge over the
ended that the city attorney of registration and asked for said the Venice Bay Trailer Inland waterway' is under construction l
4 authorized to begin work on authority to proceed in settingup Park owner, "and Mlin+ It with and; 2) to engineera 1
n enabling ordinance. the new system. Council : curves isn't going to help anybody curve in the road so it will
Councilman Dr. John R He- concurred. cross the new bridge over the
cm laid he had talked with a Only three protests were "If a private individual wanted canal at a 90 degree angle. f.
umber of city residents, all lodged at Tuesday night's pub- a r4 to come in and do this to The current right-of.wav '
it whom were in favor of such lic hearing on the 1964 tax roll. mv park, I would refuse $50.- condemnation is the second
,ction by the city. "I doubt Ift Tax Assessor Richard Grom- ) 000." DeRoche emohatlcally such action against DeRocheIn
t could affect the outcome of ley reported that two of the told The GONDOLIER this two :years On the first occasion .
MI election" said Dr. Hogan, complaints had been adjustedand week the county took a 100-
However, there's always anatality recommended no changein DeRoche said he would refuse foot strip running the entire
it might. the third. that amount of money for length of the park for the pro-
Council agreed with the The adjusted assessments a three-quarter acre strut of posed fourlaning of US 41,
tar 1 that it is time some (Continued an page I) highway frontage the State which has since been abandoned
Road Department wants for a at that point in favor of the
right-of-way "because the rest by-pass. \
of It (the park) would be ruined DeRoche took the first case
PalmsQuitting ." to court asking $45,000 in dam
Canary Date Actually DeRoche has been ages, and was awarded $22,000.
offered little more than one. The county had offered $18,000.
4k fifth of that amount by the According to the trailer park 1',: .
; Sarasota County Commission owner, however he was forced (
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1;
which is charged bv the SRD to relocate the 15 uprooted mo- ." .'
Avenue with obtaining the rieht-of-wov bilehome sites at his own expense :I
r'F for the relocation! of U. S. 41 and spent the money re- o
in front of the trailer park locating two streets. r
The graceful Canary Island to the Venice By-Way. pro erty. DeRoche said the land agent
date palms which long have Contract for the bridge construction The trailer park owner saida in the latest right-of-way action
cot beauty to the center parkway : which will be 35 feet land agent for the county Insisted he sign right away i(
of East Venice Avenue are I above the canal's mean water has offered $11,525 for the highway "When I refused," said the ,: "
being removed. level, are scheduled for letting frontage which would trailer park owner, "he told me
City crews began digging jjp next month by the State,Road eliminate approximately 10 would throw it Into court ,l.
the trees this week as a forerunner Department trailer sites and according! to I with the rest of the condemnations P,l.he

to the start of construe- The palms are being replanted DeRoche render another 10 ." Ii!.
Ion on the Venice Avenue in Venezia Park, oppositeSt. I sites useless The mobilehome park opera t
bridge over the inland waterway Mark's Episcopal Church. line shows route proposed new highway will take around Venice Bay Trailer Park Plans of the SRD are to re- tor termed the proposed relocation "
The canal itself will bisect : of the road with its ,
the avenue 'just west of sweeping curve entering the I. I

the The Seaboard city has Railway dedicated tracks.East' Johns Heads United Fund Calling Tinker Hospital Receives elevated bridge "a approach death trap to"the new ,'t

Venice Avenue to the state for And he asserts that he likely ,
]its entire length from the Trail Bell's HouseWill will lose the income from 10 ;
: Heading the new United Assn Payne president of the additional spaces alonjt the "
Fund of South Sarasota Countyas First National Bank of Venice, highway in addition to the 10
Rescue SquadOn president for the next year was named chairman of the the South Venice fam. $50,000 BequestVenice sites which are in the proposed
will be A. Walter Johns of Ven- ;, ;tyb" campaign committee Joseph lly with a Pomeranian by right-of-way. 'J7- I
ice Gardens. A. Ryan, Florida Power & the name of Tinker Bell DeRoche reasons that the occupants l
Officers elected at the organ- Light Company manager, was please call The GONDOLIER Hospital will receive tlon, due for completion in De- of the remaining 10
A Dry Run izational meeting to serve with appointed chairman of the $50,000 under the will of Mrs. I cember, but will be a part of trailer sites won't want to live
Johns Include J. Howard budget and admissions com Oliver G. Jennings of New next construction unit incorporated in the shadow of a 18-foot
Rescue units in Venice responded Vaughn first vice president; C. mittee and Mrs Carl L. Ham : We have a cute photo of York City in the hospital's expansion bridge abutment which he
quickly Tuesday when A. (Nick) Keller second vice ilton was named advance gifts Tinker Bell but misplacedthe Hospital officials said the program. claims will shut off the air and '
chairman. names of her owners. So Mrs Jennings was the mother from
Sidnev Schroder it with fumes
Mrs replace gas
they call president; has been set aside for
received hurry-up money
a United Fund of we'll make deal Tell of Lawrence Jennings formerly
and William R. The new a us automobile exhausts ;a
to secretary, construction of the
the city beach for possible surgery
a South Sarasota County will who you are and Tinker of Sarasota who now lives
Grove. treasurer. In the hospital addition He also cited the danger of .A
new
drowning wing
of the serve Venice and the surrounding Bell 'U get her picture In in Bradenton. Jennings and his air" and ,'
president in
the
] The emergency turned into Vaughn as a Memorial to Mrs. "an S-turn up
area and is separate from the paper. mother have been generous
was serious
a dry run, however despite a Venice-Nokomis Bank Jennings.The the probability that
the United Appeal contributors to the hospital in
agency
heavy downpour of rain whenthe temporary president during the The number's 4885808. wrecks may occur there, en- .
pre-organizatlonal phase of the which serves the Sarasotaarea surgery wing is not a its various building fund appeals i', ,
Hatten supposed, surfaced victim with, Creighton his scuba new fund-rafaing group. Johns said. part of the present construc (Continued on page 2)

diving equipment. Named to the executive committee '- .

appointed Donald lifeguard S Breding at,the newly,city Earle were Mrs Swift Carl, Vaughn Hamilton lilts Hotel Closes : J I

beach, laid he had gone down Johns, Mrs. Schroder. George Glories Gone Gulfbreeze
to the water's edge to warn A, Grauer and Mrs. Margaret JOHNS ,
swimmers out of the water beCause Busbey. A. WALTER It
of lightning. The board of directors Includes Donald Stevenson, Charles E. By W. EARL AUMANN fading glory through depression ed until the wee hours of the A. Fuller Co, building< "and construction was soon un. '
Bleating said he was told by Mrs Hamilton WilliamC. Bruin, Robert F, Pond and : and more recently in surrounding morning it was finally decidedto tors, and myself as der way." "
in. Hatten and Lee Koher, a Payne Swift Sen. WarrenS. Crauer. I The Gulfbreeze Hotel, a venerable resurgence. use the plans of the Venice neer of the BLE contrac-I The Parkview quickly became '
companion of the couple, that Henderson, Grove, John J. Officials of the Sarasota Venice landmark, is Varied Career Hotel and 'Join the two wings In that our organizations the center of social activities \'y
Rattan was still submerged af- Blair, Mrs. Warren Spurge United Appeal on hand to assist closing down.Announcement. The hotel, now owned by the center with a promenadeacross cooperate to the fullest, It was In the new city of Venice . y ; I
ter about one-half hour with Claude E. Kean, Vaughn, !in the formation of the new I was made George and Stephanie Zicheck, the front. decided to start at once. One being built and weekly dances ,,' ,
only 10 minutes of air left In Johns, Mrs. Schroder, RobertS. South County group were Leonard this week that the old hotel Is. and operated primarily as a retirement Swift Action day later my engineers started were held on the tile deck atop a \t'. 1( ,
his' scuba tank. Baynard, Paul Sanders, Burch, Mr. and Mrs. William going out of business. Its furnishings hotel for the past "With the assurance of laying out the foundation the hotel ",
Police and Farley Funeral Mrs. John West Mrs. James Overton and John Wood. and equipment to be several years, has had a varied Frank Warren, of the George lines," Youngberg concluded, : (Continued on page X) .: ,
Home were called and both T. Blalock Mrs. Barney York Next meeting of the new sold.There and !Interesting career since it .
Earle L. Kilton Robert McNa- was no immediate disclosure first opened Feb. 11 1927
responded quickly with thecity' Keller, United Fund of South Sarasota on future plans for the was "TYtHr'* 'tsmf."..jti 'w tsaM \ *
Busbey
Mrs. Hotel.
the Parkview
,
rescue unit and mara scheduled for 7:30: as
{ is
an am County
Crofts, The three business
bulance Raby John L. property. Literally built on the spur
Hatten Harry 24, In the
surfaced unscathed Monday, Aug.
Rice W. Miller, Richard W. p.m. of the Sara- establishments on the first of a moment it was said to i
however with five Room
Community .. ..
Joseph A. Ryan, floor which occupy rented have But let *? tCii r Ay
minutes of Peterson, & Loan cost $500,000
air Savings
left About theme Federal
sota
Mrs will continue for the
,
time the Harvey L. Spaumburg space George E. Youngberg Sr.,
rescue units armed
on present at least. chairman of the board of the I
the .
scene.Physical Its passing will remove from First National Bank of Venice,
Seeking Veto the Venice scene one of the tell the story as he knows It: ,,o
Two first hotels to rise here and "Late In fall of 1926 GeorgeT.
Exams one which stood for 37 years at Webb executive vice presi- r
the north east corner of West dent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive to5 bj
Due For Kids I Venice Avenue and North Harbor Engineers Invest-
On Road Sign Ban Drive.It ment Co., called a meeting late
stood there majestically in the
suite at
._Sarasota. County school and one night in his
".sans authorities reminded today the booming late twenties, the Venice Hotel (now faculty
? It'. time to for the signs constitutes center of the city's social quarters of the Kentucky Military -
start thinking the permits
about physical exams for the A Venice sign painter and aSouth I discrimination and that whirl then in progressively Institute).
fill property owner the need for additional
1 ichool County moratorium is unlawful. "He outlined
opening. the
of
Tb T examinations are recommended have filed suit for a Sarasota writ Named as respondents in the June Was Dry hotel accommodationsat
agalnat Charles
and explained
for mandamus once
all puolls entering suit are the five county com
klndergarten the County's Way< moratorium on missioners. P, Kane, manager of the BLE AM
first fourth
Seventh. and >tenth grades, and Class B outdoor advertising Several Venice area residents But July Wet hotel had been unable to secure n+ s

IU h.ve not **e to school signs. planned to attend a hearing in than a floating hotel as plan-
Rainfall July more
fceter. !in the Berlin of Berlin Sign for this
county. John on the sign ban set ned."Turning
It made'up for the June' scar Howard Patterson
are to
Wit Suggested that ap. Co. and O. W. Caspersen afternoon at the courthouse.WEATHER .
taint tmenta be permission from the city the architect's represents tob
made with the seeking
The weather station hi Venice it
family 400 Uve he asked how long
erect two square ,
Physician. It 1. also court to
hfCflltry to on U. S. 41, south of recorded a total of 4.54 Inches would take to draw up plans
check on immuni- foot signs
for the first 28 days of
aation5 to owns the for the new hotel.
make aura they are Venice. Caspersen high low rain July through last Tuesday. This
w'te-date. which the signs wouldbe "When Patterson replied 4 s.
for *;P : Immunizations are land on JULY 22 91 74 .00 compares with a total of only about 80 days Webb exploded "
te4ew 'ria'polio hin* cough, erected. JULY 23 88 71 1.68 1.97 Inches in all of June. 'I want to start right now.' .
'ICClnatlon, and smallpox The suit charges refusal the to countyommteaion'a grant JULY 24 83 70 1.14 It rained every day from last "After a discussion that last- Venerable landmark of Florida 'boom times' closed Its doers this week U:_ e IIII
C JULY 28 89 71 .96 Thursday through Tuesday the
JULY 28 83 72 .29 heaviest downpours coming FABULOUS FABRICS and "EXPERIENCED" Forced FOLGER and ASTOR Coffee BIG DISCOUNT on all posted
is
StampEapblix&when DUNCAN trade.CHEVROLET So hurry hurry JULY 27 18 72 Trace Thursday with 188 Inches Fri j all notions are reduced as I Air Furnaces can be had at Superior I I la 59 cents and 49 cents a poundcan liquor prices at the Grand
Venice
to of South
anxious and for as little as at Kwik Clock: this week. Opening the
the best price on JULY 28 91 70 .47 day with 1.14 Inches Sat. much as 40 to 80 per cent at Heating '
our,4ee TOPP.COI.A,15 caN your, hurry car for I Rain for Month ...!.... 4.U urday' with M of aa Inch Dell Sewing Center _ 29. n'. Sfttwlay only .,_. and. Liquors. &U weekend.



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VENICE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JULY 30, I I'I
PAGE TWO _
I THE GONDOLIER

''I 1946 to Joseph R. weinstein, of to play every evening, A *.
Obituaries ABSENT VOTE GULFBREEZE Perth Amboy N. J., at a reported tail lounge adjoining (L *

ftFllADMiaarozes of 125000. tel's swimming pool, all ,
c (Continued from page 1) price e
(Continued from page 1) announced that the form trio ceiling fan and tel, ?
Sri., LLOYD WTGLE He
: SUBLET
When the BLE Realty Corp. Center In each of the 100 *
Lloyd Wyile Shirley 72. at were those of Raymond W. ceased work on the new cityin er Florida Medical a. well as elevator room J
300 N. Park Blvd. died Monday Edge a reduction from $1,940to tab en, Lllll.n A. CMndae Nt.' 1929 the parkvlew was clos building would be opened Other features service
I at Venice Hospital. $970) in a personal property "rata. Jowpk r.lh m. Vtnlr:*:; John FJulr ed until purchased by Dr. FredH. soon as renovation was com
1 , Since then the
Hotel. hotel
vwaa Vnk Ro.-.d Raid h. Van.Lkrd "The Pines" ,
I i Mr. Shirley came to Venice appraisal and Orville Ives, a I.., W. ehlrky. V..II., __ J. Albee in 1932 and opened as pleted as "The changed hands k
from Minneapolis, Miss., when reduction from $7,800 to $7.040 wleh. V..1o.1 111'...., Llad, V.,.,_ his Internationally-known FlorIda He promised that several tlir,
he had worked for 27 ." lit C*. D. BU. ..i>. Eakdt Pines" would be one of Flor and a row of retail store
year.Iri on the appraisal of an Industrial ArUnir B. WUm. Wvm Min.mJSprinni Medical Center. not
with Brown and Bigelow Co.He build:ng. Denied was a E..te? t.11, NokoBbJulr . Army HospitalTen ida's finest hotels when it was replacing the facade of u
., > was a native of Toledo, change in of eat. JUMP A. wall.nn J.okoml.1 later in 1942 formally opened in December
the appraisal
per. Port M '"I...... Nokomu' years that would ap- promenade were added
I ;, Ohio. venal property at the Daisy Julr. til Edith. K Hack. NofconltI" I it was taken over by the U. S. "with facilities At present there
H. was a member of Tryon Stevenson residence 323 Alba Danes Nokomlt.Julr C.. Smith, vats, ,| sods 1C. Army and used aa a hospital peal to the most discriminating! are :Masonic Lodge of St. Paul St., East. ruler" H, No xtalMlom. during World War II. being winter visitor." three tenants in the Gulfbrj,,

I Minn.. Attic Art Club and the Council also hired Donald S. Jo Just Ann' fll I Dunwr.Vlnlnui V.nki Hmdrlcki', Lllllu, Vmlni K. operated in conjunction with Planned features of the new business part the Bon Ti
t Photographic Club both of "UII.,.. Vttik. the Venice Army Air Field. Dresi Shop Donald
Breding as lifeguard at the Gwtnid. Paula v i- ; hotel included a dance floor ; Reed ,
... ....
Minneapolis. Survivors Include lea III. Mewinen. V. Lllubnh. backto
In 1945 it turned
city beach at a salary of $75 ... was remodeled Venice Coins and Snyder ,
wle.inn V"Tlcollna in the
::- tab Rita P. Vein and stage fid
widow. Mrs. Shirley; a week, retroactive to Monday Mired, 1>)..... V....... Combs. kMalnr Mrs. Albee and stood idle Aid Service.
a daughter, Mrs. Betty Eells: of this week. Yak.JYIr until It was sold In October dining room with an orchestra ing
submitted
Breding . .
two son, Robert E. Shirley of w arn1.A A.- I enltLaunlt .
a contract letter in whichhe 0.10 1I..1eb. ebr Girl Rest r
I ""' ;,
: Torrance, Calif., and RichardL..Shirley LauNi. r
1 :: of Palo Alto Calif.: agreed/ : n, ,". aNEW
-To provide lifeguard service nieraARGRs! h1
a brother Clenford Shirley of I seven days a week! from 10 Jule rt. Whlt'ord sus.ltm.., enekword ': . Jim Ponder's Drive-In Liquors
: ,.
; Toledo; a sister Mrs. Gladys I Hittl ML Br.d I J..h
';. Roberts of Toledo and five am to 5 p.m. Duna Vnlr. : Ibmnond. Hutch. V..I.., HOMEOWNERS Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. (Chuck)
lMhnh" McMtll.il .
To inspect restroom and Nokoml.i Thm
E;; grandchildren. shower- facilities and Y.... vni!,,| John Ymmir, V.nle& Reiter accept the deed for their new home at 629 Armada 125 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-4508 OPEN SUNDAYS
Funeral services will be held report on Nk Jnh_,,Mi, Lllll.it EM-Mn nnlndl, Road from Venice Realtor Kermit L. Micklethwalt. selling
damage or vandalism to the J.nhM Bonn. V......,
=- today at 10 a.m. at Farley Olin Ro"",. hokomlt: WIMI.m LrMtrmhorf. broker. Rieter is an agent for Metropolitan Life Insurancein
authorities.To
Funeral Home Chapel with The proper city k.V..... Ponm \n- the Venice area. His wife la the former Joyce Higel a I
provide a qualified substitute -
Rev. Miles DePagter officiat !lifeguard during periodsof Jab" 1', Loo Curb Eealw.nd1: Poarl member of one of Venice's pioneer families.

ing. absence not to exceed one Tung Jail. "Nkmn4, (i hud. ..
P.5,1 V""OOI
.. Burial will be at Sarasota day a week. A.. J.llln, ., V..Io.... 5.he Girl Rule. At \\Rlfti:
:Memorial Park. Enek.rod Ja. waueq Nokomki' FDC Workshop SarasotaA
-To be responsible for lifeguard awe_ W."". Vnlak . \\
I .., '.... ...
equipment assigned to 4.' ( .11 _Irod...
ARTHUR CLAUD CASWELL the V...,.., F..I... 8011. kos.i, ",...... number of South Countlans South Sarasota Committee of
;- Arthur Claud Caswell 80, of Breding job. was hired on a six *OHmu..pb'r.ih.m.v NoIe. w.kn*.!;'.. ii Llnd...rV ae..:' attended a workshop in Sarasota 100; and Joseph A. Ryan and
C Venice Municipal Trailer Park *."JrV'r' *".> *...... Tuesday night at which Edward D. Ball of Venice
= died Sunday at Venice HospitaL months probationary basis, _'.",' ITIoberot v" '.".. vnk.t< l lv representatives of the Florida members of the Committee of
with the contract terminable by ...2. ..1I'WIM.. *"*. *.> Lard I Sh"1.*. Commission 100.
Development presented
either party on 30 days written SPECIAL! Fleischmann'sWalkers
He came here fourteen years notice. Ann,Hue'meMiYelia Oath. Ham;LMH r J. a program on community
ao from Crescent City Calif. ...LI.r and industrial development.
where he had been retail In other action the council: I I Wedges of pared cantaloupe or
a Development commission officials
.
.- merchant. His birthplace was -Referred to'the Zoning : r -. ..3.fOJ exolained the procedurefor served with wafer-thin slices U SEAGRAMS r
Board of Adluitmvnt ranuaat
a of the Italian ham called
I pros--
St. Mich.
Louis. OJ a community to follow in
from the Very Rev. M: D.
ciutto has become
After coming here he took attracting Industry best suitedto popular as z
j In the shuffleboard Miodrag Mijatovlch Terming an appetizer. If you try this
part area of Lots Block 1 1I its needs and a 15-minute
\\'II contest and the International 43-49, 354 color movie titled "Florida combination accompany it
from Residence 1 to Business CROWN
with a pepper mill so diners
contest at Traverse City Mich.
Profile of Progress.
I and Lots 38-42 Block 35S, can add a little freshly-ground
He member of Crescent .
was a GIN
from Rot to R-2. The propertyIs The session was attended by rag .."
Lodge 45, F&AM in Crescent pepper.
I In Beach Manor Unit 3, adJacent representatives of Sarasota
City to Manatee Plnellas and DeSoto 3.99fifth
an area already zoned '
Mr.St.Caswell Mark'was a Episcopal memberof for commercial use. I counties. Those from South Venice, Florida $tnBrolnl FULL QUART !:ipEw.
-Authorized payment of $1.- County Included William L. DEPENDABLE
Church. 760 to the J. E. Greiner Co. ofTampa Hart of Englewood chairmanof r cr-
Include two daughters
Survivors DRY WALL
the Light Industries Councilof ]
for 80 cent of the
Gobrecht and per S.I5 .
Mrs. Helen !- :a Reg.
Sarasota Rice Mil
Mrs Dorcas Deguire. both of cost of services in preparing ; County; SERVICE 'lc"
Toledo. Ohio; a brother LyleCasweU map and an ordinance for airspace '. ler of Venice, member of the C. W. Curwood 488-1 no I w. r 4.99 4.29 '
LIC board and member of the
zoning at the Venice Air t
of Grand Ledge Mich., l ifk"ya (,,; .. .
-
two and three I
grandchildren port.Approved
erection of a signat Wt ( quart
great-grandchildren conducted the city tennis courts notifying 1. "t g phQa gUMltal 9Jome i
Services were yesterday Ir '
'
at Rawles Funeral players that two courts will ../. :'., ,'f 1 1tia. ,: f CONSUL HEAVEN HILL BACARDI RUM

Arlo Home L.Chapel Leinback with, vicar The of Rev.St. be after reserved 7pm. for every use by Tuesday adult l "'" ,'.n.'!. "'. v..J... ..,x.' + a 265 Nokomis Are. Venice VODKA or GIN I I

David's Episcopal Church, of players over 18 years of age. ANOTHER HAT was donned 199 3.99 3.99
Dedicated the
ficiating. Masonic services right-of-way this week by Bill Phillips who
mere held Tuesday evening! at for the extension of South Harbor announced that he personally -
Rawles Chapel by Venice Drive subject to receipt will head up the newly 3 FOR 10.50
Lodge 301, F&AM. Interment of a usetge permit from the created Customer
Relations CARLING'S
U. S. Coast Guard. The action Imperial Corby Keuler P.M.
was In Sarasota Memorial department at Bill Phillips 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291
Park. was taken so that more than Ford. Salient Philadelphia Guclenheimer
,j, $ OOOO in funds from the West the new responsibilityof TIMEA Ten High Carioca Rum Still brook BLACK LABEL 99 C

'DEATH TRAP' Coast Inland Navigation District cording to Phillips I : I tbeaf G. W. Tom Moore Flei ehmann Gin Cold Pak

can be released to help handle customer automotive time for every purpose. (Eecl. 3:1-8): ) A time to talk enda Walker Gin

dangerlng(Continued the from lives of page persona 1) pay- for the road.Okaved the .rebuilding of problems with assurance of time to listen Listening to other helps ui exchange Ideal. Mix or Match 'em '1/2 STAMPS Pop-Top Cans

satisfaction Each day at we come before almighty God for spiritual
living below. Lift Station 5 in the sanitary __ ______ guidance in the 7 Crown. 44.75 I FULL CASES Philadelphia 36.95
"No one could sleep at night sewer system at a cost not to m our own unworthy way answers we receive I
!Jn their trailers in such a situation exceed $2 500 and approved ALLEN are far more Important. So wait, be still and listen for PM Blend..35.95 Early Times 48.25 I Consul Vodka 31.35
." he declared. two weeks' pay In lieu of a God's tweet voice as He specks from the shldoWi.I .
"Definitely,. he added YlcUIJ'to: Fred R. Nelson Convalescent and I Boston Gin 32.95 Sorry, No Stamps Heaven Hill. 39.95

"twenty spaces are going to superintendent of the sanitary Nursing Home I Our Services Ar.' Available/ To All Rtgardltu/

I be useless for renting purposesand sewer department 24 Hour Hurting ServerPhone ; of Financial Circumstances
the rest are going to beblighted. Granted permission to Lo- Venire 1182702nr I U OM .to 1._. .,< rtorlte. WE GIVE TV STAMPS

." raise Thomas who operates a PONII os tsoN AVSJ. I I In Funeral Business Since 1932 I
De Roche said rental on the trailer reoalr service at Venice 1.--__ .

_. spaces averaged CS per month Airport, to sublease a section -.-.-. ---..mr'M ,--_.-. -- .__ ___
for a total of M.OCO aanuaHy. of Building 507 to Howard
And he further! charted that Fitzgerald\ i
the county win not ailaw him Dr. Talmadge S. Thompson
::: to develop aa area at the rear a former city councilman was
C of the park Into sites for approximately sitrorfuced during the public
f ::: 30 trailers! unlessbe hearing and later asked several
Installs a central sanitary question relative to aircraft
sewer 'lIem at aa estimated storage at the airport after
cost of 027,000."Under Ols n Aircraft vacates the w,r y ?
the new r.J!#. and main hangar Aug. 1 Dr.
regulations" suet DeRocr-e, Thompson was assured that arrangements
'they consider it a Bw de are being made to
velopment." Be said: the county keep the hangar open.

1\ has adopted the eJtrtude:! despite Council agreed to keep the

:t ?. the; fact that the proposed hangar vacant for 60 days so
"new" area cotttant some of that prospective tenants mar '
the first mobflehome sites developed submit proposals for lease of

o In the park. the hangar faciUIei -


. 11' Jordan Attends Capitol Session II i \ -5


State Representative RussellC vision of the entire school code -
Jordan member of the Education will be discussed. I __ : -------J_

Committee of the Legislative I The committee's findings and

I t\\ ,;;: Council will attend a recommendations will be presented -
i, to the 1965 legislature I
j meeting of the committee at G. T M lton. 14th district sen-

II i:1 Tallahassee today at which re- ator, is committee cheirmon.II I j

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$1845 end the surrounding area for theIr kind acceptance '. $2695

VENICI Automatic Heater Defroster O end patronage of our ..", ica.. It I ii through 800 4 door Hardtop V4

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i' i v become the leading automotive dealer. MANY EXTRAS
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This We Believe STATION-DUS $1995- Bill Phillips THANK and the YOU Entire, Staff THUNDERBIRD $44-95"


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ti tpontibilitiet for the family We
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THURSDAY. :JULY 30. 1964
VENICE '
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I THE GONDOLIER' PAfeE TvrenI : "



el Summer Fishing's Easy I I.


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VENICE SHOPPING, CENTER W. VENICE AVL a

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Time and Hire '
a guide If .
T not to
and try locate a spring
e seasons stand still when you familiar with the w.'er, or fish rain freshet where the water or It We Give You Free .i'X Green
Stamps
fish Florida. No matter whetthe with
in someone that i I. acquainted cooler ,
,
\ weather fish, your exceed chance that, of of Talk with local With condition Use' several type of bait or c I It :;)
catching local fishermen lure
and check the stomach > "
t ,
, in any other stet and
fishermen get their opinion of when, content of your fish to find d RES. 69cAMMEirS
said John W Wood, fisheries where, how and what the fish what It was feeding on. ?

r chief, Game and Fresh Water ate biting. Try trolling or fishing deepwater a a 41
Fish Commission. Fish hi the if other method fail.
early
According to Wood, many morning or POWDER
u fishermen have a tendency to late evening hour! and keep Observe all boatini and water
safety regulation, ,
protectyourself MMrltw'N
slow up their fishing activity alert for sound or eight of feed- against sunburn and y, ,F tF'' +tl
during the summer month due log fish. H REG. $1.94ONEADAY
keep local
aa on weather
to belief I that fish atop bitin Try to locate sharp droo-off, condition eye. ?
in hot weather. Actually, sunken logs shoals ",ire Val" r S1.Q9
( or grassy: Fish relaxed and with confi e .
It't s not the fish, but the fishermen area. Be sure to test them dente and above all, be sure
hot MULTI VITAMINSREG.
who don't like weath- an
you have the proper' fishing
er. Check the water temperature license sea
Woods said the persistent
fisherman 1 I. the most successful i 'J 27c
fisherman, and listed a I I

series of "thing to do" to help Venice East News SIMILACLIQUID . a . . .1 life I
Insure a successful, safe and

enjoyable fishing trip: I By SALLY STUBBS

I VI.llor..t the Hanley Sibley Point just being a stone's
home on Venice East Boulevard throw from the World'i Fairgrounds ------ REG. $1.00JIll"

I are Mr. Sibley' brother they will take this opportunity NOKOMIS STUDENT discusses advancedmathematics right i I. Jim Van Keuren frI
to it. In of Nokomi and on .
see Hockeisln .
and I
from Okla. with Dr.
family Tulaa Del. problem Bruce Wavell, the left li Larry Stanley of Savannah, Ga
61 ; they will visit old
They Mr. director of the Rollins math On the ROtL-ON DEODORANTREG.
i I are and Mr, John W, friends, Mr. and Mr*. Leonard program
Sibley and their three ion Qebhard The Walker expectto

Jack, Mike and Brad. The cm- be back in Venice East
ter of attraction wa on the sometime in September. Math Course 'Work But Fun'for 9SeDOAtTS
GOOD BUYGOOD
--
I Venice Sibley' little gal 1 Jan- Dr. and Mrs James E. Montgomery e I 57c
LOW ey. With all these men around have returned to their Jim Van Keuren Of VHS PILLS
:she lost no time with her winning home at 188 Venice East!: Blvd.

way and was royally entertained after a month in. Michigan One of 23 talented high school the moat interesting part," the nAU 5AAMeueeea
picnic beach The Montgomery former student currently participating young mathematician said
-
parties A
PRICESON home wes in Mt. Demons, in Rollina College Math "The
operation are unbelievably
pool parties and Janey,was Mich., and they visited there Summer School I I. James Marvin complex, and the Cape is 7'I"IURAN'! SEAT
in on them all and even did a with many of their former Van Keuren of Nokomi enormous."

All little entertaining on her own neighbor and friend Among/ Sponsored by the National( A member of the roll( Sing

a* during the stay of her un those them in who Mt. demons entertained were Mr.for Science foundation, Rollins' ing Club in his high school, the GUY ICln Cushioned
GENERALELECTRIC cle' fourth annual six-week session
family she "graduated"from and Mrs, Sherman Venice senior has time out
Harrison,
Mr. Fanning' swim I Is an accelerated program feat. from thinking math at Rollins
Mr. and Mr,
Robert
school and did fine Ekart, Wing classes, lectures, and to his For
some exhibition Mr. and Mr. Russell Miller play guitar, and he bat
for a four old field trip relating to advanced found audience
'year- a ready among Belts
CENTRAL and the J. Conti family In Detroit
mathematics
little girl The John Sibley' the math students,

will do some Florida, touring ,om..,they..'* brother visited.in-Dr.law'p Mont.family The son of Mr and Mrs "We all have the same general 1'1 NonSagLong
.....
HEATINGAND after their visit here and before the David W. Van !Keuren, Jim i I. interests" comment Jim. .1
Seeley Pecks and at the
entering hi* senior year atVenice
their "These
return to Oklahoma.LEES boys are certainly well-
home of a long time friend 144 .
-o. High School where he rounded. Moat et them hold responsible Lasting
Miss Ethel
Bresnahan Mis.Breanah.n *
i Is president of National Honor
Willard and Merle Walker of office in their high
AIRCONDITIONING 101 Sandhurst Drive will leave here at the Montgomery has been( a many guest Society and Key Club treasurer. schools, and we all like to playsoftb.1I f 01 AUTO, LIFE & FIRE INSURANCE $1.95 VALUE
this week for an extended visit The young mathematicianalso and football in the
time land I Is well! known in Venice
In the east. The main reason serves as president of the afternoons" REG. 9BeKLEENITE
for the trip Is to be on hand atMcQuIre East With Miss Bresnahanthe Presbyterian Youth Fellowship Van Keuren came to Rollins' Hugh G McPherson
Montgomery pent a weekIn
Air Force Base' In in Calvary Reformed Math Summer School becausehe 53c
the northern Michigan resort .
TAMIAMI I TRAIL
Church 1712 S. e e
EQUIPMENTI New Jersey on August '10 for area at Mlo, They also vialt- wanted tq prepare himselffor
the "Rollins M a t h Summer : In CLEANSER
farewell departure of their an engineering major
ed In Port Huron at the homeof Venice/ Gorc'eniration
School I.1 lot of but Opposite/
it
a work i that this math
CALL TODAY son and daughter to Germany college "I feel
Mr. and Mr* Jack Orr.ill
I The Junior Walker (Lleuten- a lot of fun too," laid Jim summer school is really a e FOR ESTIMATES and and Mrs. Willard Edward) "Of all my courses, I like ab- program," he remarks The STATE FARM REG. $1.19
will be stationed in Europe for .tract algebra best because it's biggest thing that I've gained
such a change from high school it Is that I know what Iniurinc' Companies PREPARATION H 76
at least five year When the from Home Onions loomlnit n,Illinois *
younger WaUcen were visiting courses. It makes you realize. college will be like
JPW tdw: t MS, here In May they left their how broad a field math is." OINTMENTREG.
Beagle] hound "Pepper" with The year-old Rollins stu-
their parent a* at that time I lent la also taking Probabilityand
very little hope was in sight Statistic, Mathematical 49cDR.
that he could !go to Germanywith : I Logic Theory of Number, and eNaU
them but Pepper will be I Computer Programming onRollins' SCROLL'S 39c
A SOTIM W Year DMUT of e e e a
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.IA'I""t. accompanying the Senior Walk. Yam Lacal Medal Seem ..4 ....
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Outside of class the Rollins
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go with her family, At. $1.30 a ABOUT TOUR SDfUSES student are required to con

144. VENICE AVE. E. pound for her transportationby The amuses are hollow spaces duct !Individual research studies SleWHITESA&D
air It Is doubtful that Pepper in the bones of the fact. Theycarry on a particular topic which
.
PH. 488-5359 will be overfed for the next out the following functions Interest them. "I am (pending 64
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few visit weeks in College. The Point Walker, N. Y.will at of the cranial bones; ((2)) act u a project on the Theory of SHRIMP CREOLE & RICE ............ 82c OINTMENTREG.
sounding board to resonance "
give 'I
Relativity Jim
report
the home of Mrs. Walker' .liter to the voice, and ((3)) pro had read material it SATURDAY-
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12 Ceremony Unites I
) By DOROTHY GAYNOR July
e
I" 'fgott, Women's Editor ( NA

i f !n9S Phone items to 488 S808 E

: I, r __ Esther Harden, James Riley

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9t
,: One of the fascinating (and< thing the past few weeks Miss Esther Harden, daughter gal
frustrating) difference between just having fun are Peg and of Mr and Mrs. W. Harmon ---iIJ d
a daily and a semi-week John Bradish who returned Harden of Hudson Road, became n1 1 1I
I I hr or weekly newspaper is the Sunday from a visit to Ogun the bride of James Joseph ate
I! Russian roulette aspect of copy quit. Me. They were the guest Riley of Cambria Heights, I lrPk
acquisition during the summer of John's brother-in-law and New York, In an afternoon : _
II doldrums. On a daily there's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron ceremony at Cambria Heights ut
I always enough if not, some Biewend, and visited with his Sacred Heart Church on July '
hot-so-lmportant national item parents, Mr. and Mrs John r. -
can be used to fill out whatever Bradish Sr.; his cousin, Mrs. J. 12.The groom is the son of Mr. t" el'h
space the managing editor decrees Scott Smart; her mother, Mrs and Mrs Joseph Gerard Riley -'Ti) jw j
must be covered with I Mary Call, and his nephew and and Is with Pinkerton National
fetters of the alphabet. This is new wife. Mr. and Mrs. David Detective Agency In New York
not so for the scriveners on the Linney, They saw a couple of City.
big city paper's country cousin plays at the famous Ogunqui Miss Harden was attended e''
counterpart. If the report Playhouse, starring Van Johnson by Miss Joan Riley, sister of e
er's basket is ss empty as and Lloyd Bridges; ate at the groom, and was given In '4 a
Mother Hubbard'l cupboard on the wonderful restaurants! there marriage by her brother, Bix- .en.m
Monday morning, that's just and took in the art shows, bey Harden, of New York City.
too bad. He gets out and digs, which abound. The only cloud -- Larry Riley, brother of the M
or cusses, or prays whichever was what the native's native Brohard members of the best man. e e
"WELCOME GOVERNOR HOLLEY" read Mayor Smyth and groom; was ill
his dictates called "this most unusual rt
temperament the inscription on the cake State Rep. Charles City Council. The hosts and nominee are, left The double-ring ceremonywas ,
fate far know has weather. When it wasn't miserably
,
so as we Holley is about to cut. The Republican nominee to right, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Rep. Holley, performed by The Rev,
turned that fatal cold and it
never one rainy was
up for governor was In Venice Tuesday and and Sen. and Mrs Henderson. The nominee Mr Meconl. my
I yet since somehow, from somewhere miserably hot, Peg said, but
was entertained at a reception at Venice plans to return to Venice Sept. 25 for a Jay The bride's street-length ,
by that little loved it bxq e
some means they
anyway. Yacht Club by State Snot and Mrs Warren sponsored political rally at which he will wedding gown was of lace over &
ole out the
paper comes on - I
Thomas. debate with Democratic nominee peau de sole, fashioned with a
Henderson and Mr and Mrs Ralph Haydon
appointed day always covered New residents! In Venice Gardens -
Some 100-125 guests were present, including Burns, if Burns accepts the debate challenge. fitted bodice, slightly gathered
with those beautiful black and are Mr and Mrs. E. skirt and a scooped neckline.Her !
white hieroglyphics. And we Ralph Roach of 379 PeppertreeRoad Kaley, who have lived in their short veil of Illusion was u
use the prefix "hieroadvis- Thev have Just moved! _
headband r
home Road attached to satin
new on Bayshore a
edly. There's a lucky star here from Indianapolis, Ind. District VFW Auxiliary JAMES JOSEPH RILEY
since their arrival In February, which formed! a bow in front, MRS. .
hanging over every newsman -0- I similar bow at I c
are entertaining Mrs. Kaley's matched by a
who ever sweated out an issue. II Tuesday! Is departure day for relatives, Mr. and Mrs Lester the waist of her gown. She can Among the guests were Mrs. from Venice High School in
Just ask him. the Robert Jonesrs who Holds Sarasota MeetingsA Frank Doherty of New York 1963 with high scholastic and p'
..:..... M. are Braswell and their daughter, led a colonial bouquet of white
4 I going to Kenia. Ohio for the Sally, of Birmingham Ala The ones and carnations City, the bride's aunt. numerous extracurricular hon ITon.
Some vacationers whohaven't wedding! of his sister. Miss Caleys brought Sally home cocktail party, dinner district service officer at the Miss Riley's gown was of The reception was held at She was chosen Miss VenIce f
been swealine out any. Beverly! Jones, on Au!. 8. Quite with them recently when.they dance and District 10 meetingsfor VFW district meeting. similar design, in pale green the home of the bridegroom's of 1963 In July and enteredthe
a party will assemble for'the were in Birmingham and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Others from this area attend dotted Swiss. She carried a parents in Cambria Heights, University of Florida in r
SUMMER
SPECIAL trip. The Jones family, includ iraswells arrived this week and Auxiliary Saturday and ing the Sunday sessions, who bouquet of pink roses and car. after which the young coupleleft September. She completed her p
ing the youn enters, Greg, for a two-week visit. Sally lea Sunday in Sarasota were at. were not at the Saturday nations. for the Catskill Mountainson first year in June at which I''
DANCE Chris. Geoff and Lynn will be Pi Beta Phi junior at Au. tended by a number of Venice events were Mr. and Mrs Warren The bridegroom's mother I their honeymoon.They time she accepted a position as
CLUB joined by Mrs Fred F. Foster! burn The Kaleys incidentally, area members B. Feller, Mrs Claudius was gowned in a print sheath I are at home at 227-11A hostess for General Motors at (
of Sarasota, Bob's grandmother have spent much time in Iz The afternoon partywas Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs Jay of blue and white with which Sixty-Ninth Ave., Bayside Hills, the World's Fair. Her immediate r
2 lessons and Mrs James F. Baker mir, Turkey and the Orient and at Saturday the home of Mr. and Kellerman and Mrs Kenneth she wore blue accessories and I New York future plans include the ,
and daughter, Erin of Lake their home is filled with lovelyart Wood a white corsage. Miss Harden was graduated possibility of commercial and ,
and Mrs. Thomas B. Glaze honor-
,
one party Wales. Although no rest Is anticipated objects from both places. TV modeling, which she is
Ing the state auxiliary president
Caralee they investigating1.
says presently
ONLY $2.35 wk. -0-
per Mrs. Edward Weiss and
,
will be going like mad all the Home on leave from the Pacific The groom was educated at
f PRIVATE LESSONS time they are there a good Fleet M.M.3 Louis E. Mr Weiss The dinner party Arabian Was St. Andrews Jackson High
held
at Martme's. Present
4 time Is. They will return Au,. uter, USN. brought with him were was Mrs. Donald Smith, local Nights Party School in Cambria Heights.
14.
group 600 color slides and numerous
... Auxiliary president, and Mr.
4 social .0- souvenirs of his Far East travs -
and Mrs Kenneth Norwood. He VYC Bridge Lunch
We are pleased to hear Esther The senior Suters, ownersof
ONLY Harden (whose wedding on Venezia Hotel, are also entertaining Is president of the local post Set For TuesdayMrs.
r and she is district 'Indoors'
Auxiliary Rained
July 8 to James Riley, a New Louis' fiancee. Miss SaturdayGiving
$32. president.A Waeldin and
York detective, is announcedIn Jo-Ellen Winkler of San Diego, August
today's issue) has been approached Calif. They will take the vlsl.tors dance at the VFW Post Mrs. Douglas E. Hill will be
for TV and commer to New Orleans on the home was attended by Venice an outdoor "Arabian on cushions, were covered with marauder. hostesses at Venice Yacht
red ASTAIRE clal modeling. So many of us first lap of their homewardtrip area residents: Mrs Clarence Nights" party Saturday made rose cloths, striped with ma Costume winners were awarded Club's Ladles bridge luncheon
DANCI nUDIOS think this young bride has just when the two young people Kroener[ Mr and Mrs. Harold members of Venice-Nokomis roon. Floral arrangements of baskets of dried fruits, Tuesday noon at the club.
about everything, so we hope depart. So far, they are Girard, John Lundquist; Mrs Woman's Club members feel hibiscus, alamanda, !Ixora and dates and candied ginger Mrs. Progressive bridge, also four.
New York agrees with us. And having<< the times of their lives Palmer Haynes, Mr and Mrs akin to the United States Post bougainvilla were used as a James S. Kain of Orlando and somes, will be played.
Open 10 am to 10 pm proves it. Whether or not she aktn-diving In the Gulf, the Tony Garavalia, Mrs Richard Office, mottowise, Mrs. Robert centerpiece.After John Retty were judges. Reservations may be made
I decides on a career, we wish father-host said Holgate[ Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Jones reports. the dinner the costumed General chairmen of the by calling either hostess not
1233 GULFSTREAM AVE. her and her bridegroom great -0_ Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank guests participated in a limo event, which drew 30 membersand later than Sunday. They should
SARASOTA happiness. The C. A. (Chuck) Relters Korinek and Mr and Mrs Nor. members The party had came moved off after bo contest, won by Mrs. Jack guests, were Mrs Richard also be notified of cancella.
I Ph. 958-0075 -.0- will be in Asheville N. C., Au,. wood. cementblocks Hill, Mrs. Lynn Younger, Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Jones. tions.
Col. and Mrs William E. 2-5 for a combined business Mrs. Weiss, Mrs. Norwood and potted plants used
Robert Jones and John Retty.
In decorations "four muscle.
and visit With them nd Mrs Sebourn, Sarasota
pleasure
I The winners made the 20-inch
SERVICE are daughters Linda and auxiliary president took partIn aching times" Indoors at mark and were awarded packages Legion Auxiliary Members
Victor Bo's Italian Villa Restaurant
radio interview
SECRETARIAL Saturday
ABC
Susan. They will visit with a of onions, potatoes and I
and Art The
evening and again on Sunday, Gallery
daughter Carole in Macon, Ga.,
1 BY THE HOUR DAY OR WEEK I pn route and will go on from with State Comdr M. J. Benson temperamental' weather gave sugar, exotically wrapped.
Attend Meet '
Is office Asheville to Fontana Village, of Daytona Beach, District the group hopes at one time, Costume winner were Mrs. To District
your or our Fontana Dam N. C., for two 10 Comdr. Henry Bomberger of shortly before the party, and Jack Hill and Dale Boudreau;
GENERAL TYPING BOOKKEEPING weeks before they return. Naples and Sarasota Comdr. setting equipment was moved Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardee The Venice Unit of the ber may attend the conference.
STATISTICAL TYPING PAYROLL I - Herman Rosenthal.A again to Venice Beach Pavilion and Mrs. Strammer and Dr. American Legion Auxiliarywill Reservations can be made for
GENERAL OFFICE ROUTINE MANUSCRIPTS I Dr. and Mrs David Palmer motorcade escorted the where the event had been Raymond Duke. join with the Legionnairesin the luncheon by calling her at
e RecaptioiMtl Duties MimeographingPh. and Daughter Susan are visit. state officers to the Sunday scheduled to take place. Came Named the "most exotic," attending! the Eighth District 488-3918.
I Ing in the north and will be morning meeting at the Post party time and the skies were Mrs. Hill was dressed as a I Conference at Lake Placid,
away until Aug. 18 One pointon home. A movie and dinner was dripping, so the party finally harem girl and Boudreau as Fla. on Aug. 2. Theatre Will Fill
488-4406 or 488.3462 their itinerary la the World'sFair. held there after which the AuxIliary "landed" at Italian Villa. Alladin, complete with lamp. Officers and chairmen will
met at the Elks Hall forts Mrs. Frederick Strammerwas Mr. and Mrs. Hardee were
receive instructions infor Jobs On 12At
and Aug.
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with a dependable "Girl Friday" from When you irate a lemon or Mrs. Norwood was In charge. which consisted of vividly colored a one-eyed Arabian woman for the programs planned the August mass readingsfor
the ABC Secretarial Service I I orange for rind, use a light Mrs. Weiss outlined her year's wall-hangings decoratedwith and he as "Lawrence of Stand. coming year. three! of the Little Theatre
touch so as to remove only the program and conducted a question hand-drawn scenes on the ard Oil" in a haH-American, Mr. Eisele, District president plays for the coming season,
I I outer yellow skin. and answer discussion Department Arabian theme, executed by half-Arabian costume. Mrs. from Port Charlotte has openings for backstage assistants .
I officers were recog- Mrs. Strammer invited Venice Auxiliary President will
I and gilded Strammer and Dr. Duke won be filled. '
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: I color bearer 1, was introduced shoe-shaped dinner table, at gory, she as Salome, with the give the response to the opening lighting, sound and scenery
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FLORIDA, THURSDAY :JULY 30, n&4
THE G ONDOCIER 'AtE F1YII



I Magicians' Club Will Teach Art Cable Ship's Captain Rests Up j:

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eat to be a maglclanT I 1
of the Circu.
member
?e Assembly of American t f

leach ilcians Ygaalred Society. The will young b*club glad After Laying Hawaii-Japan Link :

in February a* the
chapter of the national On June 18 In the throne amplifying system, to magnify telephone circuit since it consists Pacific bottom to measure t
ganltatlon sl on the Florida room of lolanl Palace in Tokyo, voices 10,000 times, i* fed of two channels, one in variations in its profile, ,
st! Coast, Js as sincere a* Premier Hayato Ikeda pickedup from the stations at Guam and each direction. When one per Capt. Connelly' next assign. I :
be about the offer All are r the telephone and spoke Japan through rigid repeaters, son ia talking, the other personIs ment will be to connect Guam !,
n Icated practictloner. of the with President Lyndon B. John torpedo-shaped three-feet-long listening, so a portion of a and the Philippines by cable.
of legerdemain and one of son, in the first land-connected "beads," weighing about a second conversation can be He will return in October to
elf I group purpose Is to en.ura.e telephone conversation between quarter of a ton, strung along slipped into the idle channel. lay cable between Florida and } i
others In the art. Japan and the United States. the 5,308 feet of cable every 23 TASI, moves the speaker's St. Thomas in the Virgin Is ,
ether the aim is professional Proudly standing by was the mile. voice from channel to channel land. Future plan for C. S.
avocation man responsible for the feat, The cable' heart I Is a core of with lightning speed, then sort Long LInes include a cable
magicians now number Capt. James H Connelly of 41 wires, which can withstanda it out and reunites the speech from the Virgin Islands to
The! almost aU participate, Shore Road, Nokomls. Capt. pull of 16,000 pounds. These segments at the distant end to South America and from New ; ., ,
and done so, on the pro- Connelly has Just completedthe are surrounded by a layer of assure smooth transmission.Capt. Jersey to France.He .
have level. Two Dr Harry c { w last lap of the cable-laying polyethylene that insulate the Connelly is Justifiably loves his work and consider IIIy
olonal and William Glancing, project between Hawaii and inner conductor from the cop- proud of his ship which carries he probably gets more +'; ?
ojford. newcomers toe Japan which his ship, the C. per outer conductor. High den- 2,000 miles of cables and 118- time at home than do most seagoing
comparative but the other haveen S. Longllnes had begun six sity plastic 1 Is extruded over repeater amplifiers The cable men. Mrs. Connelly I ,
field magic for varying e'L'ltkhs months earlier. the outer conductor to form a Is loaded in sections and repeaters wait on him here in Nokomis,
In 'dlll.siall : Back home three weeks later protective insulating sheath. are spliced in place but generally meets him at the y
mbers of years ALTHOUGH the captain was concentrating A further innovation has aboard ship. The cable i* paid docking port. ,f "
Major "Pro" of the group it another for NO GOOD MAGICIAN can fool scarf, while Dr. Harry Mogford awaited his on a reunion with his wife, made it possible to double the out from the stern at speedsup The only thing he hasn't fig. ys;
e 70-year-old(} vice-president long, members of the new Circus turn. The men are, left to right, William Ruth, and a bit of rest beforehe capacity of the underseas to eight knots. ured out, in his more than 30 .
Ham-- Morgan of 620 Cadiz City Assembly of American Magicians Society Glenzlng, Edgar Gerberich, Sulaty, Dr. departs next month for cable. Called the TASI (Time Before the cable was laid, year at sea, la how to smug, y
who looks as if he also had like to try, when they get together In a Mogford and The Rev. Byron Richardson, another "first" in his role as Assignment Speech Interpolation some of it now four mile be- gle her aboard. As a captain, ; 1
iured) up a private Fountain special session Friday several of the membars club president The Rev. Mr. Richardson presented captain of the American Telephone ), the complex electronic low the surface where it 1* sub he doesn't believe the prece-
YOUth somewhere along the I enjoyed Jean Sulaty's feat with the the show for local Cub Scouts and Telegraph's first system takes advantage of the jected to 9,600 pounds pressure, dent should he devise a method
,.. ship in its cable fleet. idle Intervals that occur on a soundings were taken of the would be a good one.
Minister Is President cape artist' chows in Morgan' By now, the Impressive Ha-
president is The Rev Byron native Cincinnati, says the waii Japan Cable Inaugural t r a
chardson of Englewood who trick are not too hard to Ceremony, attended by1.. S. I ,
amed "gospel magic" fifteen learn. and Japanese dignitaries, at 4 a' rv
an ago from an evangelist There are only a few principals which telephone calls to Washington
Atlanta who used magic with many variation D. C., London and Hawaii I Iw
,irks to point up his moral and adaptations, he said. were a part, is only a
d spiritual messages. The No "Secret" Tricks memory. He is a quiet and (
ev Orra Lemert, another "Any good magician can see modest man but the Job he has .
ulster.member who was a through any magic trick the just accomplished speaks of t
I founder of the Brethren second or third time it 1* per. a capability far from ordinary.
neck In Sarasota, uses his formed," he laid. With 32 years experience on :eye
rofesnional magic ability fore "He can seldom catch it the cable ships, he was serving as
same purpose. His brother, first time if the performer is master of the Army's ship
lard, is another profession. clever because he cannot know Albert J. Myer, when AT&T
beforehand what the result will asked him to captain the new 2
Other members are Ed be. The second time around, 17,000-ton 15-knot Long Lines .tlq, fi Viv .xi
I BUSh,, Texas Jim Mitchell of however, he can watch the per. then being built In Hamburg, A
1fIsola, Harold T. Hayes, former instead of what he ia Germany. When she was commissioned fI
I dglr Gerberich, Jean Sulaty, doing and thus uncover the after one and one- !
hn Johnston and Robert Eld- trick," Morgan explained. half years in construction, in % I
ge. All are slelht-of-hand He exploded the adage that Aoril 1963 Capt. Connelly went ,
:uiionists except Eldredge "the hand is quicker than the aboard as senior officer. )
io If a "big illusionist" oneho eye" with one sentence His ship can carry 2,300 4fI
works with large cabinet, "This is not so The whole miles of armories cable, trav-
,cto. Hayes' specialty is secret of magic is misdirection es 10,000 miles without refuel-
,nit and coins. and the total of the illus- ing, and feed out cable in a
At assembly met Friday In ionist's art is concentrated on straight line at the rate of
trial! session, having prevuslr how well he can direct the attention eight knots. It set out on Jan.
I decided not to hold of his audience to the 16 to stretch cable to Midway,
mmer meetings, to present I point he wants them to look It Wake, Guam and Japan, an ,.
show by The Rev. Mr Rich at." $80 million protect Jointly undertaken r
'dson for cub scouts They Morgan pointed out that ___ by AT&T Hawaiian HOME FOR A BRIEF REST between assign. up to date on the event of his last trip. The .. .
.n resume their meetings in hours and hours of consistent I Telephone Co., Kokusal Den- ments, Capt James H. Connelly of the AT&T chip's crew completed the laying of the first J IGYRO'S
eptember( and although their 'practice, before mirrors and THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING billiard balls is the shon Denwa, Co., Ltd, of Japan -I cable ship, Long Lines is bringing his wife cable between Hawaii and Japan in May. t

lions are closed to the pubc otherwise, i 11 necessary for any I mystery William Morgan, former professional magician and and RCA Communications ----. .---., --.--.. _.__ ,. ,
of the local of American finished ---- -= -
the
they are interested in con- sleight-of hand artist before he vice-president chapter Magicians Inc., and the job was a '",
Ijcttal a class for others who I Is successful. Society, is demonstrating above. The wand really doesn't by May IS Terminal buildingfor
have deal to do with it he admits but it i Is to to provide the ::
i ant to learn the secrets of Mentalism Is Hard Work a great a help equipment I ;
\. art One field which requires tre- keep the audience' attention directed properly. Morgan wasa cable's electrical power are located ,
Morgan who was a close mendous concentration and !I close friend of Houdini'i during the great escape artist's at Makaha, Guam and

lend of Houdini and who tookart practice la mentalism, on career. Ninomiya Japan. began "' .,
Since Capt. Connelly
" in tans of the master es- which he worked for a year FAMOUS a
in 1931, the
with cableshtps
and a half before his first professional mate party and club event,
; -appearance, Morgan. which can scarcely support a Senior Citizens field technological read like a changes fairy story in the No VENETIAN MOON t;
said. who concentrateson
professional I longer ago than 1957, when a1
"It depended on a memory this alone. Meet On Wednesday
Hawaii and the mainland were
of objects which had to No Card I _
Vf>>'k/t YOd key become as much a part of the He maintains, however, that Venice Area Senior Citizens connected two by separate cable, service cables required -, (Formerly Early Wynn'i Steak House) \

thinking equipment name. The as course the performers I- the art birth will of never the new die, club witnessthe in Club will meet for its monthly placed 25 miles apart, capableof 2224 S. Tamiami! Tr. Phone 488-2295
business session Wednesday at carrying 36 simultaneous
223 W. VENICE AVE.IZm studied required memorizing this area. One thing most '
I cut it to 52 is 1:30 p.m. at Venice Civic Cen conversations. \
100 objects but magicians will not do play Today's cable related to its .
thinking the audience would cards, either together or else- ter. ,;
predecessor rather as a turbojet :
weary with the total amount. where. Very few are card play. Refreshments will be served to the Kitty Hawk, can carry BILL MORRIS '
After the Initial performancethe ers and Morgan said that not 128 simultaneous conversa n Our Singing Bartender '
police department in Cin- a half-dozen members of the AU senior citizens are invit- tions on one armorless line, 1 :
cinnati asked him to teach the two professional organizations ed. 1/14 inches in diameter Its r 1"
method to its members and he AMS or International Brotherhood
bean doing so. When they of Magicians, will play t
IiiW/ found the amount of work required poker at all, since without MARTI SMIGA tOur
they lost interest gambling game is pointless <& 'il
Morgan said. orgnjothe bridge but will Hostess rya t ,;.
Knew Them All never play for money.
THEY'RE IN Morgan knew them all, the "It would be too easy to win I'
great Thurston (who was not -and no one would ever believe Y
Our 'as friendly as Houdini but you won honestly, any- \'t JULY AUGUST 1st and 2nd-
Newest DINNER SPECIALS 31st
was a master showman"), way so magicians make a
1 11IJrl1llItl
Blackstone and the rest. His pretty hard and fast rule never () lIlt
BACK TO first[ magic trick, purchased at to gamble," he avid FRIDAY, JULY 31t-

the ton'a.age of 7 was one of Thurs- BROILED DEEP SEA SCALLOPS on Tout, $2 35 \

SCHOOLCLOTHES Originally an accountant, he Rasher' of Bacon . a i'
became a professional magician ROAST SIRLOIN of BEEF $2.50

at 27, and combined the . .
aU ]tus
professions until, 15 year lat- 1
er, he dropped magic becauseIt ] : SATURDAY, AUGUST / /-

time.was taking up too much ag 1 1f. ROAST FRESH JERSEY HAM, $2 65
aBREAST
StretchDRESSES His wife assisted him on the Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage

stage and today says he can of CHICKEN, $2.50
fool her occasionally with hll"mlsdlrectlon"but a
not often. Saute, EugenieSUNDAY '
SKIRTS The future of the art is dim, i 4 AUGUST 2nd- ;r:
to be
as a profession, because
VESTS highly successful it requires a 1 CHOICE/ OF ,
life performance with the 11'\\ CHILLED TOMATO JUICE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE '1 a
>< audience and magician: together CYRO'S FAMOUS RELISH TRAY r
It 1 Is being used on TV but
medium CREAM of MUSHROOM CHICKEN BROTH Fin Noodles ry
doe not adapt to the
IS UNCOMPROMISING!
as well as other art do, ENTREES l

Morgan said ROAST HALF FARM CHICKEN + .
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flORIDA THURSDAY JUlY '
3'1964|
THE GONDOLIER FABI SEVEN


process of extracting some was indeed a very Interesting 'Farm Win 1:1:
Like Youngsters
Father I Scholarships
like Son Qverbrook Gardens sweet stuff called honey. I project and the "robbery" was : ;

didn't waste any time\ getting the sweetest ever. ,I,'
GAINESVILLE!: -Two $1,000 plans to enter Florida State>
there and Mr. Richardson met -0-
I college scholarships have'been I In the fall and ".
By MART E. KROUrA us. I saw Mr. George Alstonof Mr. and Mrs Mlllard Hogan- University work
Grove City and Mr. Pearly camp of Bridge Street attendedthe awarded in the 1964 Winn-Dlxle toward a degree in education, : '
Dr. Jim Scores An AceThe We wish to welcome home very beautiful. They then went Culver of Second Street Enllewood !: open house in celebration Farm Bureau awards program : Runners-up In the girls' division '

three residents who have been through Pennsylvania and backto robbing the little bees' of the 60th wedding anniversary are Misses Allida Tack I
on' vacation and have just returned Rockville, Md., before re homes with a tin container of Mr. and Mrs. Jobe Huddleston. I I E.!: H Finlayaon Florida or. Bunnell, and Patricia Once, ',i'
Foust after an absence of I Florida isn't the used smoker to the I Farm Bureau Federation prey Bowling Green. 't
family has It as a get Mr. and Mrs. Huddles.ton's
Dr.
was Jim's f.mh'V
golfing first ace, month or more. The first to re- only : rain recently tees to ident, announced the 1964 winners Sims, a graduate of TaTarce
another hole-in-one to but scamper thinking their daughter Mrs. Roy Tate
added collection.The father.they're old stuff to his turn were Mr. and Mrs. George according to Mrs. Bern- I homes were \being burned the Rebekah's and the Odd : are Miss Rose BIBS, Live High School, is the son of Mr.
Us sizeable was scored to Venice Dr. Glenn, who retired Mayleben and son Michael who harm. They were in rain all down. The little creatures were Fellows sponsored the celebration Oak, and Larry Sims, Tavares. and Mrs.. O. T. Sims, Tavares. ? J
latest ace
of last week by Dr. scored six several years ago are at home on 199S Fairview the way home and for over 200 suzzln around like mad, but held in the Odd Fellows i The annual scholarships are He will enter the University of !r
Tuesday Denver holes-ln-one on num.ber Drive from a wonderful vacation miles they drove in rain so got far enough away to let the Hall last Sunday Delicious refreshments presented to outstanding ions Florida in the fall planning a I ;
JonTo. (Jim' )Glenn T.Foust 604 six at the Lonesome Pines of almost seven weeks. hard the windshield wipers robbers take the frames out of were served to all and daughters of farm familiesin career In medicine.
fDr. course at Norton, Va., and and third place winners '
They visited relatives and hardly worked:They were very Florida.! Second
the 'supers. Mr. Alston was present. Cake with blue and
Valencia Road Denver's, Venice, on the another on number three of the friends in Atlanta Ga.: Kin,.-' happy to get back home. busy in the house capping the white icing, punch, nuts and Scholarships are awarded by in the boys' division are cat

15th hole of CherryBil I, same bourse port, Tenn ; Chester Va; Ft. -.e- frames with an electric knife, mints were served. Mr. and Farm Bureau with the funds Joe Shivers, Moore Haven and
a course. Denver Dr. Glenn and his wife left Mitchell, K)'.; Cincinnati Ohio; Mr. L- O. Gillette gave a report after which he put the frames Mrs Kogencamp met a lot of contributed by the Winn-Dixie Pete Smith WewahHchka.
Dr. Jim, a leading Tuesday for a visit of several Buffalo, N.'Y.i: Detroit Mich., of the MARCH!: conventionhe In a pan ready to be extracted people they knew and hadn't Store Foundation. Sine 1949,
obstetrician and gynecologist weeks in the west. and Moline, 111. They had the he Mrs. Gillette had attended Mrs. Richardson was seen for a while over $29,000 has been awardedto No cookies In the house for
used a Wron to ace the 170- "It's time Jim was catching pleasure of seeing their tworeatrandchUdren In Des Moines, Iowa, in busy at the extracting machine very -.0.Mr. .- deserving high school sen the youngsters Cream together
yard 15th at Cherry Hills. Wit- up with his old man," Dr. of the June. The biennial conventionwas I assisted by Mr. Alston's son .. Joella Sobel of VenlsotaRoad lore butter or margarine with
pauses were John Reynolds, Glenn chortled when the GON. fourth generation while on this represented by Mr. Gilletteas Kenneth. Mrs Richardson is happy to have her son Miss Bass Is the daughter of light brown sugar; add nuts.
Fred Newton and Lee Glover. DOLIER!: advised hint Monday tour. Mr. and Mrs. George Delegate for Englewood- would put the frames in the Michael Sobel back home even Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. Bass Spread the mixture over gra \
Cherry Hills is the course it had received word of hisson's Mayleben III and their baby Venice, Port Charlotte and machine and Kenneth would if It Is a short visit. Michael and a graduate of Suwannee ham crackers and broil. Let :, ,

over which former President. feat. "I'm going out there from Minneapolis, Minn., met Fort Myers. The meeting was turn the wheel while Mrs. on leave from Fort Bennlng, High School in Live Oak She the crackers cool to re-crisp. ;
Eisenhower is a frequent play.er. and "show the boy a thing or Mr. and Mrs. Mayleben Sr. in held at the Driftwood Restaurant Richardson would strain the Ga., where he Is stationed in .

two. Moline 111. The baby being one in Englewood with 33 honey Into containers. This the service. MILLER'S \
1 T of the gnat grandchildren. Mr. members present After the iBarelO.suit i-.

and Mrs Mayleben Sr. visited business 'meeting, luncheonwas
with Mr. and Mrs. George Fin served.
nigen In Detroit where they -oA Nokomis Nettings ,
I saw the second great-grand group congregated for a
BOWLING : child. Getting to see these two swim and a picnic at Mana- By MARY ALICE MURRAY F'
great grandchildren helped IOta Beach last Thursday. They Phone 4884439 and f
make the tour complete.The enjoyed a swim in the Gulf be.
second couple to return fore the rain started. They Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Barnesof log creatures. I wonder how Jerry'sflRCH r
.. were Mr and Mrs. James P. didn't mind the rain as they Ravenna Street Nokomis many of ;you folks have actu
Walsh who are back home at already wet, so they gathered East have had visitors the seen andSkipper
'IT| IT.rU BOM.., Mil Karriatta H-* were as ally elik.ROncl'Pt: SUPPORTS t
Myakka Lanes ri HITkandar. 1941 Fairview Drive after a at a table with cover past week Mr. and Mrs William would h
N4bir.11k... Hl.a ,IndM two-weeks vacation. They journeyed enough to protect the food. T. Studley now of Sarasola one and take it back to Niag
.
M..aw MiM Mliai' HIP MNUf.m.1 .dual l |ami Mel Tarrlll, Twin I, for 1
nl| I.N .F CwPyr Sammaia !!. HUb.. laalrthial ...., Bill Buhl.Taua to Denver and visited Those who attended were Mr. formerly of Portland Me. ara Falls with them. Would . a Great Combination
Larrr Jo mae, Dan 4. '81. Hlik" taaai tenet T.. their son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs Joseph Robbins, Mr. .0.- they: survive do you suppose?
JnVCtrara lit Klih, hrtManalKrI.I .. IM '.. aarlMi Tnm 4. 11HBtaaiUaiai Foot Comfort
Hljti taaia
Glanr llaIo ,... 1, 4M, aM ,..,. 4. nl l T.m .. till Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Hektner and Mrs. M. T. Bohon, Mrs. L. Mr and Mrs. Jack Schiller We are all very curious about '.
1M' Joh._, Darlla'l. 1411, klih' .... I Toon \. 10-11. Saaanl hick "amaiDalt and children who live in Little FOBS, Mr. and Mrs. Howard had during them. This batch is quite tame. . Make All Day Wafting
.... ,., unexpected guests
,,,,1, T.m 1. Hit alrt l.. ; MoiTfe*, Twai 4. eta awoiul hb! ton Mr.
Tm. 1. HOI. Staadlaair Tamia I and _., M.I TmHIl Tnrni 5. T7.. a suburb of Denver. While Ven Harm and son Bill, the past week. Their long time One of the bigger ones came Feel Life Morning
,!)nlln'. (ti.l. It-lit Buaiman Nu... Pinch NI.M M.....,. Hlch Indiana. there they enjoyed' seeing the and Mrs. Frank Noble Mrs friends, Hugh and Ruth Sims, up to Skipper and sniffed 17 Early
.,,,11-111 PUN OIl. 1T-1I. Hl.h aanraialS'.nff ,.net Vhniaa, v- Ann K ". mountains and the surrounding Dorothy Fischer, Mr. Fred around his feet. Did no harm. Wamen'i Size to 12
time with them anda
Coopar. .n Mrlat! Iran* Biralit Its I M. Wankman, T am 10, I2J. Kit spent some
1"-4'1' Clay' Ceopaa, JM-MU ale hidMdualBplttlar. MriaM Imaia voai sot 1 Den towns and Mr. Walsh frequented Cromwell Mr and Mrs. James good time was had by all We are told locally that there All Widths
aaht tolllt.r. Bpittl.r Bra T..H::: i foam the golf courses there Hayes and their guests, Mr. Is a law, in Florida protectingHow
old times. The
...., W.r.b ., JrI.h hr4lridu4 ,,.I Vanha Miura, BUI. R4h talking over
n.., ....... ,.... IoIGII'.. too... aarlait v...-. Milan, Torn I. They visited Central City which and Mrs. Ruel Fugett from Sims live in Atlanta Ga.0 does one' get rid of them?
1001 51,0 l.dlYidual .e 1., $.., run.. lie. Btaniinni The GUta ..>4 RBM f Is a cultural center and old Fort Myers. How does one get rid of thtm
... IIGII' dolt. 1,10. M.5 g5, The lad( ), tlH-UUl""f T.m Bona -
M..1.I. mining town. Mrs. Walsh knowT I'll tell of
P, .71' old _//r1 'I'aa" lor Bro.. n4 Toon II < So*. says -0- Anyone you
1. 1777. Staadlant Tea r.l.,. M-lOt oa' hi', .came M5b Cea Ill. they were very happy to get Mr and Mrs Charles Caiall Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barnes our progress with them next
IICNl ..4 Daa, Dot a bath (1M.< ) 14. end 101,10, 10.1. W. W.rkaual111.Venetian .
Ill. Wfck 4 WOMB, M-14 Othar kfebfUMI .. .. back home and she will take of Neptune Drive entertainedMr. also of Ravenna Street, Nokomis week.
PIC ...... IN I 111 Florida anytime in preferenceto and Mrs Charles Geiger East but further north on
Ohh.
C14J1.. lUt rw Koria Slack.Houra III Bnuaa Vain rkiikatriau Bowl any other state she had been, from Fort Myers over the Ravenna than the C. L. Barnes, PURPOSE DEFEATED
|
I especially Texas where It was weekend. have had their daughter and PENSACOLA (AP) When ,
.
The .. far fifth. plaoa, an the aaeon* 104 degree when a house caught fire a neighbor Me e.M..ade. 5.4 .55Ma wet
two visiting .
B.PA T.... 1Mt_ Jon _,,110.. they passed -0- grandchildren nnlbl.d .1.15., pl. M1115'a&ref.t
111 H SilK ,id Cup Lamina. waa ....... aft Buitdar through. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mayle them from Cincinnati Ohio woman 'Joined the housewife in Pr.ad.. 5bw nee Mpg me
and Oar Laiaaaa., war tile wiD.". Natwltbaut The third couple are Mr. and ben and their three children She is Mrs Constance Swanson a bucket brigade to quell the I b.eing..hing nlrk nlM Inm faatt MII.UM, .411a! Ian.
a ...10, kowrvar, ar )<**
....11.... rhot a 117. but that arraatmoaih. Mrs. Charles Bernhardt. They from Cincinnati Ohio, arrived and the children Rickey and Flames
.. Oar inn.. ....... a UT and returned to their home at 1441 Tuesday to be houseguests of Lynn The Barnes will hate toI I The housewife was spatteredwith

Did a laraar In tat baadlaalkBowtora Lacrjr Bark BataraarNlcat Overbrook Road Sunday even. their parents, Mr. and Mrs ,' see them go and are planningon water and a fight broke Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP
5.rNOW raw aama (anrr kvllw ar Nan Ing. They have been on vacation George Mayleben on Fairview going up to visit them as \
al* SatKh. Wandr totalal D..a..Ill waa with bilk a IIT for bl then .hraaia. for one month and covered Drive for an extended visit. soon as the doctor grants permission out.The neighbor was hospitalized Specialist In Arch Support and OrMopeoVc Shan .-
wtta a alar 144 gums and Janrmla a lot of territory. Their first -0- for Mr. Barnes to take for face injuries. The house 251 S. TAMIAMI I TRAIL VENICE
.M Baalar din lad ClUaaaa). ..lilt.aa*111.Tka a. _till top was with their soninlawand Mr. and Mrs Joseph Robbins the trip Mr. Barnes recovering wife was charged with assault. Baarat H M. Ie 4 _. a_ W.to..M, PkoM 4OUIMAUC. j

taaw RatnHar afternoon with tee .... daughter, Mr. and Mrs of Fairview Drive entertained from_ his .recent heart. . at. The house burned down. i
I 1.red Claar""'''. Sam Cox af tile. Daniel Muller and family for Mr. and Mrs. James tacK He is doing line, but does
with IDT' ar.rial
Ylaltlnr Uua war high a
wad Claraaea McDow.ll M tin. fconvrrrooa one week. They then went to Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph not want to overdo himself too .
tat a 4M _1-. Nat walk tin Valley Stream Long Island to Athev with a delicious dinner soon. .y
..., .
real at Fort CaarMta" Lanra dinner .
visit Mrs. Bernhard'ts evening After
Thrr woald k. >.U4 la h..a a map af sister last Friday
the arater buahia. .a abet. althar arrpaetatara Mrs. John Reese. They stayed the evening was enjoyed -0- .
ar Prltaliaar.Hanaaa __. Thaaa latararta. with Mrs. Reese for one week. playing cards. They played a Randy and Skipper Reed
arntaot Bar
II RACES QIO Daka, Tha Pah Mart klrrt.a They then went to Dobbs Ferry game called Crazy Jacks. grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. 3 4 5

NIGHTLY OPMMATINEES .* ,tha taa plea,far wallh a Ml waa aarlar him aa'. a ataakdlnaar IMlatla N. Y., to visit Mr. and Mrs. "Craiy, Man Crary." Harold Chamberlin of Ravenna .

j far twa at Orra'r. Sap Barrlr.Waar4rr Albert Pasklns ,and Mr. and -0- Street from Niagara Falls are
I 00 WEDNESDAYPM >.,.. tiled... IM. lit and Ml Mrs Earl Sutphen in Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Govroof still here with their mother and
far 111 Waad-Canralar Taimaappad .
AND a klf iltb, dash taaai (ama with III Mass. They, too, visited friendsin 1J37 Overbrook Road entertained will stay a while longer. Theyare DressesSportswear
SATURDAY.SEASON and aarlar with II.... Westchester and Utica N. Mr. and Mrs. Edward all agog over a family of 7
Y. While in Utica they made a Smith and Mr. and Mrs A. J. armadillos living under grand
visit to the Masonic Home to Kroupa at dinner last Monday pa's trailer. Mr. Webster

for an see a very dear friend, Mr. evening The main dish was hasn't much on armadillos in .
CLOSES enjoyableday GOLF Fred Hollander who is 88 Yean good "Ole Chicken and Dump the Collegiate Dictionary. But AT THE ,

AUGUST 6 young. They only got to visit lin's" mixed vegetables and the two boys have haunted the
of_ with him a short time. Mr. and blueberry pie. stores to find a book about RESORT
CONDITIONEDFOR : Mrs Bernhardt were very happy -0I them. They did find some information .
AIR TRY to make him happy to have had the pleasure of watch. but not enough to ,. '\
COMFORT SARASOTAGOLF a visitor and the other patients Ing a robbery last Monday afternoon satisfy the curiosity of 10 and SHOP

CLUB around him. the results being a 12 year old boys. They found
SARASOTAKENNEL Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt also sweet robbery at the home of that they are nocturnal ani- A
DAILY attended the World's Fair. the Rev and Mrs Byron P. orals (I hope I don't meet themat W. Venice Ave.

CLUB FEES ..GREEN" S3.M They got to see the famed Richardson. Mrs. Richardson night on the prowl!) and OPEN MON. TILL S P. M. .f
Between U.s. 41.301 Just Off Be* Ridge Rd. Pleta of Michelangelo and were called me on the phone tellingme have four offsprings once a
Bredenton South el Sw ot.r allowed only 40 seconds to view to come to their home if year generally and all of one Tuei. & Wed. till 5 p.m. I
Road A the art which she described as I wanted to see them in the sex. They are the oddest look- 4
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VENICE, FlORIDA, nnJRSD Y, ,'lilY
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ORlpd The People SpeakTo Gardener's Corner New


RPDBECKIA OR good background plant because Neighbors

1 ', The Editor: resentative committee could GLORIOSA DAISY of its height They are excellent -

,0:I Many of the businessmen of t! be formed to thoroughly investigate to plant among delphinium
\Ii lI l- Venice will soon face a problem all possibilities and By t. W. BARNESThe as they hide the uglinessof Th GONDOLIER wel-

I that can either make themor i make recommendations to the Glorious la the delphinium after cutting comes the following new
break them. I refer to the proper body for action. Rudbeckla or These daisies! do extremelywell neighbors to South County
next extension of Route 41 by This would Include finding a member of one of the largestof In mass plantings and are Mr and Mr. O 0. DODo

0 '" passing Venice-by-passing the i out what other towns with the flower families, known sis quite colorful shoe, Wishing Wen, Casey

\ .. merchants the service facilities same problem have done They the Composltae or Daisy Family As I have stated, Glorlo.aDal.le. Key (temporary address),
E .n or Tat ASSOCIATED PKESJ r KEMBCR or' rra FLORIDA PRES AMOOIATIOM addltlons from Michigan
ADVICEand relatively new
the tourist accommodations could even encourage In this are are

TM Awa..M ,... to ......s.lp astard M r rw _._ eI .u II..,..... _tt.oI ui and the professional bust> CRITICISMS. This is no Included group to the plant family and Mr. and Mrs W J. Bnlwta

I 1 :,':.:a.hw.M d.p.ab..r.dlad.:::.:,- ud rlr. rd ...blle..... b. All rllrboo 01 ,w.bli nrssmen time to be thin-skinned. Evenwe many The trees Rudbeckla as well has as been flowers developed at present there are only four 721 Greveland Venice, front
Theseare Falls N. Y.
reach market.
the Niagara
My Is that moat retired might varieties on ,
Impression men
I "... sd IoeaI _.. arM of Mr Ar.a.an k .."...i>ad ... Mi -...... ... to w.le d.Nldd.. _.ta b .5151.. __ of those affected are either back Into a lifetime of solving __., .. : Mr and Bflek,
....
with o- > eight vears Double Glorious Daisy Venice East from
procrastinating or lulled into 1 tough ones and come out e The Cleveland
hbllolled Z..r Mashp ad Ylusdsr ,... 51544 a ML./ A_. false security by the national two. It Isa Tetra which is golden yellow. Someof Ohio.
Our. ...... P.M ....... an Idea or and Is
d Aa Crr .1. A' om. .A' r1.N. y ploid doubled and Mrs
statistics proving that in most Here are a couple of personal its flowers are fully Mr. Alexander

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher case. bypasses improved the observations: both and perennial biennial and ball shaped, others are Reid. 528 LaGorce, Venice
town business We should be able to makea more loosely formed with dark Garden, from Chicago, 111.
I. COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager The cold facts are that these further effort to Improve the so called because centers and a few are semi- Mr. and Mrs. J. BnckwaU

SAM DILLON .................................. New* and Newsphoto Editor business improvements came appearance of our main thor it will from doubled with brown centers, ter, US Redwood, Venice

ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent about because most of the oughfare, and particularly the bloom seed the first c The Golden Flame Is another Garden, from Indiana
towns facing a major highway north and south area entrances strain It has large single, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
bypass were scared silly and the branches year of planting colored flowers with Peek 381 Malalnka North
where by-pass orange ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $9 29 per .ar. $3 25 per six months $2.75 and will also
about dark brown centers Port Charlotte from
immediately set correcting off Here we should put our Wisconsin
per three! months, 10 cent per copy. Out of county 1)629) per year, $429 their faults and doing best foot forward. carry over to e The Starlite Is one of the .

per six months, $3 per three monthsAdnrUaln something to attract new business A fine start in attractive bloom the next newest of these flowers being Mr. and Mrs Rod Clem-
"" _tau.., Pie-Ma p,.. Santoa. ralnanflla, ., 11.1 A.""" .. NOTXpapar R*> Barnes year It with It
three old.
_....... N.. Y..... N. V.I A"..... Gar DMrorl II"''. landscaping has been made by stands cold weather ex only years grow men. 110* Nokomis Are.,
The Jet Age has not changed the city, the new bank and the very about four feet high has large Venice, from Harrison, Ohio
I have found that
such fundamentals as "In the shopping centers, but much tremely well. single to full double flowers Mr. and Mr*. Homer Jordan

r InformersWant long run a business only gets more can be done and good in case of frost damage to any ranging from yellow to orange lOt The Rialto Venice,
Paid the volume that it deserves" landscaping could be made a plants, heavy and frequent application to brown in color from California.

If this is true the problem requirement of a new buildingon of nitrogen will aid 5 The Purpose also 1 Ie only Mr and Mrs. R. R. Martin

resolves itself very simply into the Trail. greatly and will speed recovery three years old. It hat large Bayvlew Parkway Nokomis -
to male tome extra money M tion furnished by the Informer, 7s recovered HOW CAN VENICE BUSINESSMEN Should not the Trail have a This applies to almost any single/ reddish purple flower from Bradenton.

your spare time? through suit or otherwise actually paidto DESERVE TO lefthand turn in the center to plant damaged by frost. and grow about four feet high. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Z.

Here chance: Turn Informer for the federal government or turn accepted KEEP AND IMPROVE BUSINESS speed up traffic It's murder In North America there are I highly recommend these Nelms, 1752 Banyan, Venire
any
your when the new by-pass when you get caught in the In. about SI species of the Daisy flower for a place in your Gardens from St. Petersburg
the Internal Revenue Service of the Unit..d In compromise takes perhaps 90 per cent of side lane behind a left-turn car Family, but only' four of them garden They require a minimum .

States Treasury Department. We'd heard of this government practice the traffic around the town at at a stoplight If this had been are known as Glorlosa Glorl of attention after the Mr. and Mrs Don Stlke-

Th. pay1 good, if you're inclined to of paying informers but are [lust now better than 50 miles an hour planned for the future, were the osa daisies are relatively easy preparation of the bed for leather, Z02 Hlllvtew, Venice
The lessons learned in the new lights placed back to allow to grow, as neither too much planting and are very hardy. Gardens from Ohio.
", a1. it that way confirming it. recent addition of two major for street widening? water or too long a draught

Rates for tattling range up to 10 percent An acquaintance wrote off ailing if it shopping centers should mean Who is responsible for the seems to effect them very

of the amount the federal revenuers was '0. He did this purely out of curiosity something timing of the east and west much, Now these plants maybe I IIT.
You heard the advance arguments stop lights at Venice Avenue, obtained at almost any garden Venice Area Church Directory
collect from the individual tattled and being sterling Individual, had
onTo a Over 50 per cent of the main street? It seems like they supply house April is the

launch your career at a paid informer no thought of becoming an Informer for food dollar being spent outside could be cut 40 per cent with. best time for transplanting in

. for the United States government, write pay Back came a form 211 for him to the area: the new food chains out hurting anyone. And why order to get full benefit that NATHANT t.'tI ETIBOOPAI TRINITY MKTRODISTW : CRt71tCII

would bring these customers are the stop lights at Miami year. In growing from seed, CHURCH..... .lrr Lank
.0. COO
ome
the for form 211 fill out which he didn'tAll .
.
to Treasury Department back and everyone would gain Avenue needed at all? the seed should be planted, In Taro W.t .t'LlihtkoiiM North Port ,

which bean the title "APPLICATIONAND of which reminds us of a itory which Perhaps you heard that myth At present all west main a protected bed In the fall, and Sunday Km SOTVIMM P.*r O. t Million,II .... .View woes Worship Pint Rasi"e Mondur 8andy.t,00 I mm 41. ..m.

PUBLIC VOUCHER FOR REWARD founded absurd at the time, but which about goodwill and loyalty of street traffic turning south Is the plants should be transplanted Holy C-.a..... Ut tad SH ....dare. OtflefcU Bowl i a.r.I TiMdv, S ....
regular customers, etc No about the first of .0. .
one held up one block south. And
FOR ORIGINAL INFORMATION. now could well have been true thought too much about all why is the east main traffic April. In the case of root stock VENICE.. ASSEMBLY Of 000 EPISCOPAL MISSION
V. 5peu Urn Aver Al S.OM Homo
Next, find yourself a victim, if you According to that story a wife got a that parking in pleasant environment handled before the heavier separation, the separation Rr. Victor MuirtM Pvuv Ire M.d,.,. View

haven already found on.. Then fill out mad on against her husband and turned those well-trained, west main? should be made in March or .Mornlnc..d., School Wonhl*10, too 11,00........ ........ Peep ar.Woraalp' SerrtotflBST

extremely pleasant clerks. that This light is so exasperatingthat April. Bvmlw: BOTH.. ttOO ... BAPTIST CHURCH
form T take from him for his
the and the will it in Income fax
+nen cheating on wide selection, a few lower more and more drivers The Ideal condition for producing Wool...... Fret 11.tln.. tt.e .... N B........ 8hnL.
there The fads moved in and popped it to the and ,.,. ... Ch.rta. B. --.
prices boy, those trading from the north are turning over the best plants seems YBNICI-NOKOMII: Moran
Informer are rewarded for Information hapless husband stamps to Nokomis Avenue to go south to be a bed prepared with equal CHURCH IIITBODI8T (........ *.4l.... ands .........
The result: there seemed to a block before main A nice parts of peat moss, cow ma Film Aramn a PolnwttU. 4SS-IM1 It i4.. .., Wonhle ........
leading to the discovery of evasion or But. the wont was yet to come 41 O.M, Ton* Pnol
be John Lmto .
two classes of business. and d. P- .
break for business on yloko.mis nure good soil Frequent was.folly.
fraud, provided such discovery could not The next slapped another Wonhlp SwrlMi "II ...> u4 &1Chureh ,
they
year Both apparently got the volume Avenue. . lleht feedings with a liquid fertilizer 46 M Oo.p.1 Sorrfe*
.
...
. .
11' .. .
have been made by examination of a tax- heavy fine on the poor cuss for failing to they deserved First, a Will there be adequate park- are recommended for llehooh .,.. sea.Yahedlae .t,00....... Uld-mok r..
YOIIIIo P.Ua.hip. e,1e
payer1 books or records and which would report at Income the Informer's fee paid few that spent real money expanding ing space for the expanded good plant growth. In exposed, per
some refixturing, ? windy places it Is advisable to EMMANUEL LUTHIRAM CHURCH
not have been discovered In the of hit hospital ... CHURCH OP THE NAZARENR:
irate for
course wife squealing on himl some increasing rent In better in see S. Tam. Trail 401-4041
I am sure there are many put a plant stake as these Pxtor. Tb. ROT Ckrk I Bow.Charct south fold,
l a probe by revenue agents. The moral of this, of course, It not to location, etc The rest stood more important things to con plants grow to heights of SrKooli *11 .... J rt Bui M Ja_ 41 Md ma
The pat, or made belated changes, aider eighteen inches to four feet and Worahlpi 10,M ..., M A...... Minister.
informer's reward Includes 10 percent try and get away with shortchanging Mr. and incidentally why am Pbo.., 4M-MOT
I What to do? Get busy right I writing this? I em not in may be broken by strong LAJtESIDa LUTHERAN: CHURCH Bmatr School, 0.10 ....
of the fines
penalties, forfeiture, Whiskers on your income tax And if you now organizing, planning and business I don't live in Venice winds. In tying to the stakes, 4 ml loath o. US. 41 Monitor 11'. .... sea. as
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.. Teeth 8.rrto M .
end tarn which, by reason of the Informa- do don't mate your wife mad doing. and I guess I'm in my dotage make certain that the string is DM Wonhl S> 8.H.lrl.....B.10.Y.M.10 Mb 484004 Wed ,. Some*. tide ....

I For example I atrong reppisr Normand K Patton loose around the plant Snntef Reboot *'II .... .>r Prwor MMttas, Tito 5..,

:: |I Casey Key The Glorlosa Daisy makes a Blhle CI_ eau .r !.IOCRtmCB
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; : : ;T- FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST or THE Eplpn.jry5xrth
SCIENTIST Harbor' Drln sad .._ Strut
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w YOUR GOVERNMENT 555455 5nle. ar. fattor
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a..dle _. 10 .... to I .... 4.lty Oonl_ .., lauriar 4'M M ,...
4 lnYso.seed ..', % REWARD FOR ORIGINAL'INFORMATION \, \ t INTr nY..CNaOULN0, . A WEEKLY REPORT BY men la. .,. ud b.ltdy..d rrt.d .... and liM at lilO ....
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METHODIST CHURCH HOSTS PORT CHARLOTTB
(Ia.... of PI.'. .nd D.,. CHURCHES
ROT. Edmrd: Dlnkln.SvldM PIR8T PRESBYTERIAN
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;i .. .. . .. . . .. .'... . .. . . . . . ... ..... .. Governor of Florida M.Blbl T.Stadr P, I..00 till per..m, W-... Chlld/ _-' II ClaM KM .... Wonhl Barrio.
(Nqu o( Cl-HnanO >Af' ovi. t' , ? Adult* Mid BtaaKaamwith
y'' l', d ;MW <>. SEVENTH; DAT ADVEN1IBTPom OTrrtoa
firmm ** I. The Nuclear Commissions radlolsotopes (particularly in Tnul. .!. sus.. o< Rl 41 CALVARY REFORMED CHURCH

'&$, . /fjAidr. 1 Florida Response to the therapeutic and diagnostic _N1a,11a.P Morn L 0..... or VENICE GARDEN
... Space Age medical applications), protective SontMt ........ 0 10 >... 10141.Praror IOOS North Banru on..
r ) t ', Snvtewi 1 tlo Tv.day OTnhitVENICENOKOMIS n.. ROT. Mob J. Shoanr. PMtot
The Florida Nuclear and legislation, the creation ofa lIu...., School OiW ....
v? w 'V ;vt j Space Commission like statewide Radiological Emergency PRESBYTERIAN Moralni "...hID, 11 rM ....
Cape
Coamoartr:
iby 'apply foe a reward r,' tofoocori once withlow ondi.o emulations, .for> orijlnal informatloa furnished ',to j Kennedy and the space-age industries Network, the establish Mlnbttri CHURCH D..M A. towta Bnnulnti fiSO err

*. 4:1't f in this state, is a sym ment of speakers bureaus 140 Tb. Rlmtta. V..,. BT RAPHAEL'S CHURCH
r 3 Ile < throughout the state and the bpnoMi. 48SMURmdw OP CMQLEWOOOIU. :
rr .jVi- bol of Florida ,
progressive ....
tt f.r f.- School i Ot4l
w character cooperation with federal authorities Wonhl Seder ....., Vie, ..., .... MOT -.. w. O..irPattor >

t .a..v. j't ii'iJxSlj.-HM ,, . in radiological safety rmnfcl 1' H lh It .... Oardn Su*
t tqp t a , , i 'fl When in 1964, the Atoms for ..... lady MM OtW a.avHolrdar
y '(No.1111" sad ad .AO//brnal R.a.a G/Newe) +<, ffi. 1Jeading'tojdfftecUon studies for the nuclear rocketprogram. . Maat .M a.av
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Peace
q d Program made available Os.r... Bator. Maw
.
Lt to the public for the first time SAINT HARK EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Most recently, on July I, as ..'..... M Sorronurk.
the UNITED
i he , day ofpf . . . . . ..' : " a, ; ; of a violation of the internal revenue harnessing knowledge and atomic techniquesfor Chief Executive of Florida, I .... D.'. 0.o Pittmol RwtotBer.mMt OONGRBOAriONALCHRUTlANEVANGELICAL CHURCH or CHRIST
l energy ..
.
I t 3 n 4. u I and signed an agreement with the -Bsd sw.- : : AND REFORMED:
utilizing its valuable
"til1j byproducts . ... ..
of Holy' Com The .
S. RobM Caaal. PtO.
Atomic Energy Commission *
I the United States byV 4rV **, j it became a question f'10 tinMornhii 111....
.
< <.j.ftjff < 4.wt> < j which .... __ ...
provided for P. _
the transfer nd .
of how to channel 5 > Sarrloai ..... nod
,. "<, f T' : a"3 |i {Nro. at ttx U
J people from ... Kadan.Caanh .
what had previously been powers to the state . ......
i //.l. an FIRST BAPT181 CHURCH OP trCMICBRlehu Sotnei Mth to. a*
-*: :'j'.r i VlJr Tjr MJtV3Ps55T3! ! rasa laa .dnlt .,... Oi4 ...
. M Ba raill. C.... Aden ,41
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& I & 'JiMitt. aaptta'': s n'. to find application for them at and perhaps unique significance .Wor.hl School. |. i4l ..... ... aoB. ol 0.", ud ..... Rarruurr >
"f't SOTM
Hio" the ( *' i" ju *t i'r j grass root. level in other than technological Training' U.,_ I sloe,SO ..a... a.d B. [....." 10. Sbarnni .....
recovery'tof'ipterna1'tevenueAlmtep4genpfUeg; ; ;fines f-cmf Icxfeltties.t f f was not an employee oil j Florida was quick to term.. It is unusual for the 5.asue. ....... ,,10 .... Yea. 05,1as.

Tgeoyury Eeparj>nient at the -Unug tnroe into B0sses joi|,of%tlw' 'nfonnatlon;0; at the, time I ,cUvulae4 It.,' nize the need for opening recog such Federal Government to relinquish Wed_.. 5r._ M.t/m/ Ede CHRISTIAN CHURCH

t 'U ,t a channel and was the any portion of Its au. SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST: MISSION IDtMplai at ChrM
t" uz Pte.? among
ff Jeclciro, underpdna1uee p"T( thority to a state, Baffin J D, Old Enilxnod Kd. Maml. TMwte. .
Pcol Yr thletoppicolili) [igcfuljinq my' acfampanylrtq: s'tcrteinents; fS first states to make provision Historicallythe Th. ROT. Arthur M SplUor P- CaM f'ml.* AMMMW ,
Go. '-
been 'examined by nn : for it at first with a Gover trend has been In the other WenhIs lent.. 5,41 ar5sady '.. iTlf
W Apnd ippfie t ol lny b owledge 'pnd' belief !r 'a true and complete nor' Advisory Committee and direction However, Congress .ehool 5,45 ar loada, ......l. Otll ...

later with a state agency recognized that the protectionof
'r 'i life and property is basically -
Briefly the "Nuclear Commission -
"rlriOri ? Y '.. ." certainly unique and traditionally a responsi-
i.s9. 1
,q dr f- bility of the individual state
".4. (BllndbteroltOfkMmms fe.bA' among the state's more traditional
Y 4 4. }'b'IT1p ', r, p1 O h d ,*,.',qp',, agencies, maintains con and in so doing encourages the

.. +ALLOWANCE OP tact with technological developments state technical to develop competence the necessary and the/W3best
REWARD vYO'rtl" in federal programs, administrative / recipe for folks
to
? h.OW47 Ora se RCoYacO 10 15awA.0', like tne Atomic Energy Com ability assume
1 this responsibility Florida is
mission and the National Aeronautics
of newly moved to
and one only seven states which
Spage Admlnlstra
2t Mrf thStciTiini;In/orifwtlon ttan1Bhedy the '
teveNuerIowa whiA led ic the Teeovw a bf Internal revenue"taxes, penalUss/'ftnes, and forfeitures in ttti sum ,'" dustrles. It has the technical 1 for this great responsibility Venice

alwi. "aA '*wi hereby approve. therard for payment,in the amoun these developments and[ Anxious as we were to assume -
t ;Attlie>c bvktr Wftrnrr rw4 4"aljowauceds; ot6e err ''* *1 this new role did ,f Take ont phone call
: j to initiate whatever action is we so (or coupon below),
I t .4f, f'
mindful of the add hostess
IIL'S called for to fir* applicationfor philosophy of with baskets of gifts and
,rti w r ttogATteu or pasrr510T DlneeTO. ,, them In Thomas Jefferson who has Information about the
y. , Florida It serves( city, stir l In .
i fcnu-
:rw. va si q rye /. +n w.'a4 ?t :'r'i+' 'I'' an a built-in- technical advisory been credited with saying, "He I: Ins hospitality, and you'll have i gen-

1t .1 sdd.'' group available to the Cover /governs" best who fovems trollS and delightful welcome. Just
In
ui least this step, therefore,
ti nor, Cabinet Legislature and phone .
l A"h! 'rr'w rye;, , APPROVAL'f0A PAYMENTLt ,n 'n "It other state agencies. we propose by bringing the au
thority to control closer to the h
The nine man Nuclear Com

d/u61.rApyiiwdfe/ at ter-S4 + Lvl,h fi'p r d ,, x .' .. N, r mission, headed by, Robert R. people to make it more adaptable Wdco '
to their needs and
Guthrie of St. Petersburg Is more ei
W as s..g..nt w responsive to their wishes agora
,o r SI i a balance of leading industrial I
1 ,1r
r Aft uO' 'ittu # 4 4eyAaneAT and technical people includingI The Nuclear Commission is

wkab/ ,eft t C i uv the director of the nuclear science Florida's! response to the tech. PHONE .38-5801 '
n "rhs{ "
4 Y, ? program at the University nological challenge of this age. ._---- mimmmmmmimmmiimmimmWELCOME
of Florida, I practicing I have been thankful that we ------.g

radiologist, an engineering ex have equipped ourselves on the NEWCOMERS(

pert, and an executive of a state level to read and interpret Uses this coupon to let in know you're ben I

1 mlssll manufacturing corpora the strange language of

.. tlon.The the nuclear physicist and keep IWIII'I
Commission has a sal onrselvei informed of tech. ADDREHL
111
? FOar
, '.; *" d tasvhaj ried staff of two. It is the nological developments so that I

smallest of Florida's agencies, we can be alert and prepared CITY

yet its range of activities and 1 to meet competition from other rj Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call I

Interest Is extremely broad: states, and to transform these p I would like to subscribe to the on me I

The Commission recent accomplishments developments into tangible O I already subscribe/ to the GONDOLIER I
''lFORMERS' FORM Here I le document No 211 used include the projects which will be of j
Informer economic
by pay 10 per cent of all taxes fill out GONDOLIER I
penalties fine and coupon and mall
to Circulation
fields of
jJM> Internal Revenue Service of the United State* Treasury forfeitures collected a* result of nuclear power reactors and social benefit to th" Dept

Department to reward those who snitch tor par The IBS against taxpayer. a information supplied converting salt water to people of Florida I :!' .:y: .:.:...::. "V I
fm\ Demotion of. tb. .. of I mm/.vein tot Mars' ... .

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ENlCE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY 30 1964 THE GONDOLIER I PAGE NrNIpi




il I In Venice? 'Twas Just A Wild Rumor In Dizzy '20s A 1.:1B' ::



'fl. EARL ACMANN give us our starting points, so toward the Myakka River" From that data all elevationsfor they Intended to drill a "wild convincing* argument; (The cape were thelr's). cap formation that is showing ;
drilling for oil In hat we could locate the 100 Youngberg pointed out that the contour maps of Ven cat" or test well. The exact location "The insiders are not selling Hope seems to spring eternal parafine, which, he stated If.
ne're" square miles, or thereabouts making a triangular survey is ice and Venice Farms were was never made public. any. stock it's a gamble Theyare In the hearts of men with the is a good indication of oil."
nice''electrify In, rumor had which constituted the BLE not as simple a process as layIng calculated. In that same issue also appeared keeping all for them "011 bug" and an item in the The article concludes: "A t
net County buzzing Realty Corporation holdings In out lots, streets and roads Other points determined by a page advertisement selves. Here's a chance to sit Au,. 11 Venice News stated: large crowd from all over the
Ssrasota back In Janu. and around Venice. With this "Making a geodetic survey is the survey were the exact dif- signed by. Kenneth Hauer, in on their play and win if they "The Hauer Oil Well No. 1 on southern part of Florida visits I i
excitement work completed we were able much more difficult. The ordinary ference in time between the president Associated Oil and win by buying one or more oil the Rin Tin near Englewood the well.dally.I "
Idling 1021. spreads .<> fast a.oa to locate Venice In terms of latitude tape measure of the land high tide on the gulf and in Gas Company of Florida, Sarasota leases near the WILDCAT has reached a depth of History tells us they did NOT' I
N and despite re- and longitude. surveyor is,not' Used. The runts the upper reaches of the My- in which he claimed his WELL on the RINGLING 1,308 feet and those working strike oil and maybe it J* bet-
denial. by the BLE "One of these triangulation the standard by which the akka River and the exact aver firm's No. 1 well in the 70 acre TRACT. DO YOU WANT IN about the well predict that oil ter that they. didn't. Who would
sled the rumors con- towers was erected on top of preliminary baseline is run. age height of the tide. Ringling Tract southeast of HAVE YOU GOT THE NERVETO will be found at approximately like to see our beautiful Venice
1111 Corp, for weeks the tower of the old bathhouse, "After determining this preliminary There was found to be about Venice, was already down 1,100 TAKE A CHANCE 1,500 feet. One of the drillersstated Avenue lined with oH derricks
ud to persist the derrick in what is now Tarpon Center, I base line' it was a three hours difference betweenthe feet. The advertisement then that they are in a hard instead of the majestic trees
seen r.
"V' have with our own eyes,. at Casey's Pass; another platform comparatively simple matter high tide on the gulf shore Hauer's plea was to Ben oil summed It up with the statement
Venice told the scoffers was constructed on top to locate,,the positions of theseowers and in the river. This was be- leases adjacent to this well at "Remember! All big producing ;
e wise ones seemed connclnf of the present water tower anda and thereby establishthe cause the tidal ebb and flowIn $12,SO to $20 an acre. He used oil fields today were YOU CAN SAVE WAYS 1
d the will answer E. YoungrfSr third was erected at Rocky location of the area on the the river comes up through what was supposed to be a WILDCAT FIELDS one time." 3
engineer in charge Point which 1* now the site of map of the United States," Charlotte Harbor and traverses -I On Auto Insurance
.engineering the work at the MacArthur Hotel. Others 'oungberg said /'although It probably 50 miles before it =EXPERIENCED MECHANICS:
I. NEW LOW RATES '
all Black McKinney were erected further back from took us three months to complete affects the level of the river at Member Chamber of Commerce o',
nice for of Washington, D. the coast In the back country the Job." the east end of East Venice 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS q '
d Stewart, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
Other data that established Avenue. '" ,
solved the mystery by ex- was
B &W Auto
alnmf. that the tall towers by the new triangular Even though Youngberg's ex- Repair ,
.
en In Venice were not oil Jerks Bridge Scores survey was the exact elevationof planation stopped the oil rumors MODERN EQUIPMENT _6
but engineers' trlangu- every part of Venice and about the City of Venice -
oil towers. Bridge Studio, July 20 the country to the east of VenIce the smell of oil seemed to have EXPERT BRAKE SERVICES
"These towers," Youngberg 1-Mrs. C. E. Bryant, Mrs. to the Myakka River, above permeated the blood of Sarasota ALIGNMENT & WHEEL 1 AGENCY
led "are necessary for deDnng H. Lawrence, 55\i. the mean low tide which is Countians and on June 3, BALANCE 116 W. Venice Aw /IeTelepltDIMI
the baseline to es- !-Miss Lucy Journeay, Mrs. what engineers mean when 1927 appeared half-page ad- e ENGINE TUNE UP & j ise 2289
bUsh Venice's position on the J. G. Kalee, 52%. they speak of "sea level." vertisement in the Venice Newsof OVERHAUL i
,g of the United States" 3-Mrs. E. C. AInslie, Mrs. C. A tidal gauge was set up into the "Community OH Corporation
But let Youngberg, who I.fI is Carlson, 01\i. gulf at Casey's Pats. of Sarasota" offering AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE ,,
chairman of the board of 4-Mrs. W. 0. Loeffler, Mrs. Another was set up in the My- shares of stock in the corporation TRANSMISSION SERVICE
first National Bank in Vane W. Geisser, 81.Brdlge kka River The average reading at $10 a share. They also
e tell the story in his own Studio, Mon P.M of these gauges for a period offered oil leases in the territory 629E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502 FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN
drit M recorded in the Sept. of 30 days gave the mean, "east of and between Sarasota "
I Mrs.
W. H. Namack, Mrs. ALL WORK GUARANTEED- THE GONDOLIER
1954 Issue of the Venice or average low tide level. and Venice" in which
i L. J. Unertle, 32.
ONDOLIERThe : 2-Mrs. E. Reilly, Col. V. B.
" United States Coast Dixon 28. ,

,d Geodetic Survey in 1878 abashed 3-Mrs. W. Scott W. Scott. 25.
several monumentsd Bridge Studio Toes. P.M. ;,
, nude a map of the West 1-Mrs. H. Lawrence, Mrs C. a
,ut ind a chart of the ad-
E. Bryant IIl%.
cent waters The City of Yene 2-Col. I, Nelson, M. Schoen-
was included in this terrir feld, 44 ;
.
,,This was the only map of 3-Mrs. J. H. Morris, Mrs: C. E.E.'f'j
>ii arcs which bore any tenon Carlson, 43.
to the official maps of 4-Mrs. W. Tomlinson, Mrs. C. E< '
of the United '
,odds and Fraff, 384x.VeniceNokomis. E"

"To atti.put Venice on the map Wanton's r rl
had to relocate Club, Thurs. aw
teMlf, we
1 Mrs. C. Carlson Mrs. J. G.
, old monuments," Youngtr - 3i
"and start Kale 87.J "
a
explained '
of the area. -Mrs, f. H Morris, Mrs T. :
a survey B. Richardson, 81.
lot all of the old monu-
itttiwere found, but enough 3-Mrs. D. A. Hathaway, Mrs
to C. C. Gardner. 58.
tern were reestablished A-V. tt. Carter., A. JoumeftV.Jr ...
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YOURCAR Studio, Friday.
NORTH-SOUTH i
1-Mrs. V. B. Carter, Mrs. W.
Tomlinson, 112.
; 2-Mrs. W. Geisser, Mrs. W.

-by- G. Loeffler, 97%!,.
3-Mrs. E. Reilly, W. H.
Bill Phillips Tomlinson 92.
EASTWESTIMn.
Are new ears or older ears F. M. Mulhern. Mrs. ,: :. ', \
coined/ in the most accidents? err > + hv Nay
C. Graff, 100. : <.:'j :
tn reasonable answer is 'old- 2-Mrs. M. Bargas Mrs K. > ... ;,
r cm' however, that's not W. Erlckson 9914.S 0 e OJ-,, . w ,
,bl. Actually new cars are Mrs. g; .
-Mrs C. R. Phillips, 4
ivolved in twice as many ac- H. E. Martin, 95tt. 4 '' cliO r '" S.. '
+ 3 ,
s.4
raw e
dents as older can. Why?
,
Club '
Venice Contract Bridge t "
[ cage, horsepower, size, Clvle Center, Friday P.M. GARO
eight of car, even the din 1-R. Cohen J. D. Paul 43%.
oiitton of the driver may T. Richardson Dr.
2-Mrs. B. I
ave a bearing safety experts R F. Wilcox 41. TEST

,. 3-Mrs. C. Carlson M. Schoen
test for high-
Hip gas? Yes feld. 40.
(impression engines. Here the 4-Mrs. E. A. Deeds, W. B.
ombustion chamber is smallr :
, the pressure higher, and Prlor,38. GREEN' I

ore energy is produced from The giant General Shermanin )!
it fuel. You gain power by Sequoia National Forest is GIANT p {

sing premium gas here, willpower 3,500 years old. .....
e if you use regular -

a in this engine. 'I\tung -4
KM* which state has thewest
e.nT Nevada takes therize Smoker Says SWEET 4 i io.

with olny .18% or less
i two-tenths of one percentthe EA.s
cars In the nation. Wy-
ming Is next lowest with ..2'Kent '
and California is high '" ''I; :
irk 9.53%. New York is sec-
rt high with 8.87%. og; 'j' ')I>. A
Shouldn't you be a two-car palap
>IIIl1Jf Haven't you had a lot (
"DRgItwtiIbJJIt .
Inconvenience lately. with .
,
I'i
, ,
au wife needing the car when :,'
'1U Have to ><
use It? Best way ,
solve the problem U by :
Japing by at BILL PHILLIPS
ORD! In Venice and select the I 'co,
Ibt used car. We have a lot
cars that would give you
""car convenience. See1.1
001I1 Smokers if tlnst thls-rn area
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TWELVE THE GONDOLIER I



I NPC Club NotesBy den meeting Club last held Tuesday their evening regular ,+ IT ., Moody Reports

I at the Community Center, .
MARGUERITE PETERSON Mr. Clarence Hale gave a ToKiwanisClubOn

The local barracks were well Thursday, August ( at 2 p.m. lenghty discussion on how to
t q' represented Saturday night -o- grow figs in Florida. He has
when Commander and Mrs There were 140 in attendanceat several fig trees growing in his 4
I Frank Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. the Civic Association meetIng yard hi North Port Charlotte.Mr. ConventionFlorida
William A. Garvey and Mr and last Wednesday evening at Sam Matthews reportedon
Mrs. Fred Rocks attended the i the North Port Charlotte Com poisonous plants and listed was honored at the
Installation ceremonies of the munity Center. them. Many are among our
conventionof
;::1 Port Charlotte Post 5690, Veterans The group discussed the need prize plants such as poinsettias recent 49th International annual Los

;", of Foreign Wars. The not only for the promised shopping allamanda, oleander etc. Kiwanis the election of Ed-
,
Croup enjoyed a roast beef din- center, but also for a resident Each member of the club received Angeles by Jr. of Miami,
I ward B. Moylan
seed from the Acacia r
ner prepared by Edward Eck physician. Many Inquirieswere
ert, the "chef of chefs" made concerning the recent Tree and these were donated as its president for the coming \\ ,
Mr. Rodman announced a increase in sewer rates through the courtesy of Mrs year, according to a report by tty4 dooOd
Council of Administration and moved to have committee Irene Kent. A sample flowering made Wednesday noon the
meeting this Sunday in Lakeland contact General Development Acacia tree was displayed President Lou Moody to 4O
Fla. Corp. to inquire Into the mat The next meeting of the + Venice Kiwanis Club.
The next: meeting will be on I ter further. Men's Garden Club will be held Moylan, a Miami businessman
The people have also asked on Tuesday August 18. at 7:30: has been a member of a
that the State Board be con- p.m. at the Community Cent the Kiwania for 43 years. The O l
tacted in an effort to get traffic ter. convention was one of the largest -
MERMAID BITES DOG I Joining in the festivities of Nat- 1
Kiwanis history Moody
Swim in
slowed and a double line to -0-
10870Water eliminate passing vehicles The North Port Charlotte ional Hot Dog Month during July, the Week! Wachee Mermaids added, with approximately
to take chunk out of giant hot dog in the
through the city. Volunteer Fire Departmentwas prepare a a 000 persons on hand.
The Civic Association's Nativity ably assisted by Jack depths of Florida's Underwater Grand Canyon at the west One of the highlights was the
Scene project is moving Likens in extinguishing a fire coast attraction. keynote address by movie star
AT right along with Mr. Claire started by a bolt of lightningat Ronald Reagan on Americanism -
Coons and Lloyd Baldwin work. the home of Irwin Dfma- and members of the local HAVE YOU HAD YOUR
Warm Mineral Ing with Lee Oldham who represents -rest, 370 Malaluka Drive. Chief I N P C Personals I club were able to hear it on a
GDC on this projectand Henriksen was notified of the tape recording brought back by
Springs the group hopes to have fire' and instructed Mrs. Hen Moody OLD CAR LONG ENOUGH?
this completed and Installed by riksen to notify the firemen by four and
During the one-
at the Mr. and Mrs William Fred Bristol, R. I. Five days were
Thanksgiving. telephone. Upon arriving
Mils of Venice
12 South half day convention Kiwanians
spent on farm near Lake
- I scene of the fire Chief Hen crick returned to their Fremont a
On US 41 Mountains and their families heard a
in the Green
Members of the Men's Gar- riksen found the blaze had been I Street home after a two Champlain
extinguished by Jack Likens month vacation with friends of Vermont. The highlight number of talks by such top If lack of ready cash is an that's keeping
mho the canal between and of the trip was a lunch personalities as Kiwanis Inter
swam and relatives in Chicago national Charles A. from buying new one come in
President a ,
eon at the famous "Dog Sled"in you
Marius Road and Malaluka
AUTO AIR CONDITIONER vicinity. While there they also Swain, Cape May, N. J.; Ed-
Road. visited in Woodstock and East Haven, Vt., whose own win P. Neilan, chairman of the for figure-facts on a low-cost bank Auto
their winter home
The fire truck under command Spring Grove and their trip ers have on
in instalments
board, Chamber of Commerceof Loan-repayable
easy
Sanibel Island.'
of Lt Ray Palm and was highlighted by a visit to the U. S. Lieut. Gen. Victor
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BREAKTHROUGH
PRICE ;
driven by Fireman' Baumeis- the State Fish Hatchery.Mrs. -0- H. Krulac USMC. commanding from income!
Mr. and Mrs. Stewarton
ter, arrived very shortly and Carl Kohler, their Harry of Pacific
Los Rios Street have their general ;
FAMOUS MARK IV QUALITY together, Meyer with, Firemen Rauch Weith Matthews -, daughter and and Michael her children, accompanied Patricia daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ursillo and Dr. J. Vernon McGee,
1 pastor of The Church of the VENICE-NOKOmS BANK
New, Jackson, LaFleur, made them home for a vacation from Long Island, New York, Open Door, Los Angeles.

Regular Price ..._............................. $325 certain the fire had not spread. here in the Sunshine State. here for a visit.-0- Among the TV personalities 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE
This meant 100 per cent response On Sunday, July 26, Mr. and
Dick and Ethel Pariso on present were Loren Greene,
by members of the fire
Mrs. Fredericks celebrated \
NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME department. Marius Road have returned the Ben Cartrlght of Bonanza; *
their 47th
wedding anniversary. home from their trip which Gale Storm; and Oscar-winning INIIYRZ
only Congratulations! took them through Ohio, New constume designer Edith Headof VENICE FLORIDA
$24995 :r lIr -0- Jersey and New York. They Paramount Studios.No ar W
Miss Gladys Schofield on
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said
: they were glad to be back
Water :Problems. : East Hyde Park Avenue recently home in Florida. matter how dry the climate
This Price Is Good returned home after a "Somofo Co. / ', Old/ ? Aas'E'Stores
Special Through 'Ai'Niaf: trip to Rhode Island due to the - people who live in mud s
AUGUST 15 1964 Mary Meyer has returned houses on an oasis do not pray
illness and death of her
step
from
M: & mother. home her vacation in for rain.
New York where she visited
Will Fit Any American Made Car Telephone While in New England she with the children. Carl said
visited with relatives in Wrens
"Now, maybe I can eat
warn TOP : hbm Mass, and friends in again! He has been batchingall Also Located In
I SEU1NC CUSTOM ntST/HLCD/ lIMIT !SERViOtT:: East Wolfeboro, N. H. and enjoyed the time his wife was away. BRADENTON and FORT MYERS TIRE S
BACKED BY AAA-1 FIRM WITH 60 YEARSMANUfACTIIR11'1G a weekend at Chatham, -0-
EXPERIENCE Cape Cod. There were visits Jeanne Hancock and the Get More Mileage... NEW MOHAWKS

'48.. , '.. .48t. with more friends in Providence three children Tara Brook and USED TIRES. ALL !SIZES 95
INSTALLED BY FACTORY TRAINED EXPERTS " '
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Cranston. Warwich andHUSTON'S Eric drove to Atlanta, Ga., last Cut COStS... GUARANTEED RETREADSRADIATORS
FACTORY WARRANTY COVERS BOTH PARTS AND!) LABORFocfory week to visit with her parentsand AS LOW AS ................ V 7.SOil4
WIOIIWIDE SERVICE to be there for the family b
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I ArfhcrhtJ Deafer RADIOS TV especially good time to see
all the other relatives. Dal Is
this week. REPAIRED FLUSHED is.
batching
125 Miami Ave. W. -0- t t Y NEW REBUILT USED

Mrs. Frank Rodman is happy
twtRtc aCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH WOOD to have her sister, Mrs. Budget Terms
WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATIONFrom Anna Mae Metzger, from Hart-

ford, Conn.' here for
a vacation. VENICE TIRE & RADIATORServing
She will also be visiting
I MOTORS INC. August 1 to August 17 with another sister Mrs.
Venice For
S Years
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Venice Phone 4884745 George Gavitt who resides in
Port Charlotte during the 313 TAMPA AVE, VENICE. FLA. BEHIND THEATRE
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nd They Still Keep Climbing ro ? Employment Rise Noted In State : itl I IThere


Billion o were 50,700 more wage eral, state and local combined .
And Half Taxes and salary worker employedin ) totaled 260,000 up 12,600 /
Florida last year than during employees' with moat of these 4
the previous year markIng being added at the local level
a 37 per cent gab compared "Service estiblis h m e n t.
Go Into State Coffers with a 2.3 per cent nationally made a 10,200 gain !in provide
'. the Florida State ing 245,100 jobs. This total included ,
Chamber of Commerce reported 40,200 employees of hotels k "

ALLMOASSEE!: state Total taxes classified as $15,400,000.Grants in its Weekly Business Review motels and other lodging h,

Ray E. Green said such were $794 millions or 18.2 and donations from places representing a slight ty
J1Iptroller
annual summary of state per cent over the $872 millions the federal government cities, "Gains In average monthly drop from the 1962 average.
hu! Income from all produced during fiscal 1962-63 a employment are basic," the "Florida manufacturingplant
| that counties, and others totaled
C totaled $I, 96OOO.OOO in the Comptroller said. The trade body emphasized "In employees numbered
some $240 54. millions, for an i increase last 7,000
them lies the future potentialfor 229,200 year more
major portion of this
$122 million
1963-64 of almost 31 cent.
-al increase per more sales of goods and of than during the previous year.
a condensednmal' could be attributed The state's retirement
released systems .
reen d : homes of increased savings "Contract construction employment
of Florida's govern- to the 1963 legislature in universities, and other ;
showed brighter
) a
and income the Chamber report
raising the sales and 4X
for the last
operations use tax governmental state agencies
ntal( said. outlook in a gain of 4,500 em.
in his annual pub- beverage and cigarette taxes, now hold approximately $600 w
period and of 114
,1 ployees an average ,-
off farm
"Employment hi es-
motor vehicle
and licenses millions
"Your Money corp- in investments which, 600 last
ation .
year. -
er.ItGoes" oration capital stock tax, and along with amounts kept inverted tablishments of wage and salary
, workers in the state last "The transportation, communication
documentary stamp tax, he
basis
shows the on a short term I
pamphlet ,
This added. year averaged 1,438,500 per and public utility
bus1 by State Treasurer J. Edwin
is big '
lt t. of Florida' Florida's sons monthly. This figure cov category employed 102,000 per.
major revenue ( Larson P' qa
producer.
1 billion and a halfil'n produced $17 400,000 or
with a in and going out the sales and use tax, 18 per cent over 1962-63. Miscellaneous ers all employed persons as re sons, a gain of 1,700 jobs. The +
coming brought in $230 millions during ported to the Florida Industrial flnance-Bisurance-real estate a-
said. revenue sources
ch year, Green 1963-64 Commission, excluding the self group averaged 90100 employ.
during thet up 20 per cent or 39 such as university fees hospital ,
Disbursements millions above the previousyear. patients i etc employed the military domes ees, up 2,200 jobs. Mining firms
fiscal period totaled $1,- Gasoline taxes were pay ? tic and farm workers.'All employed 8,700 persons, a gainof a
in additional M
up brought $43
an
Green said, thereby r
,000,000,the state's cash bal- S per cent to $141 millions, millions, for an Increase of 13 5 of the principal categories 200 during the year.
rtMing $108,000,000 at the compared with $134 million for per cent. of employment in these
rt from 1962-63. Other major establishments 1 n Florida
sourcesof Non-recurring and non-oper
of the fiscal period
euininj; June 30 revenue Include: sting revenue accounted for showed gains last year over A standard two-egg cake
$, , which is kept insted Source-Beverage Tax, 1962- another $<<0 million. 1962. Trade establishments, made with two cups of flour
5 4 most of needed. 63, $53,917,000; 1963-64, $65,578- .The comptroller's report lists both wholesale and retail em may be baked in two round ,0
until 500, 21.6% Increase. Motor Vehicle operating expenses of $709',4\ ployed 388,800 persons up 12,- eight-inch layer pans or in a '.,
I I Licenses $57,648,000; millions, or 45 per cent of total 300 workers. Government (fed nine-inch square cake pan.
1963-64 $83. ",ooo, 44.9% In. expenditures, for the fiscal + "

crease. Racing Fees & Li- year 1963$4, including: I. ,........ . ..._. .., .1'''' ., ,. .
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beLaBBMBBnatOTinii censes, 1962-63 $28,580,000; Functional General Gov
ou may 1963-64, $32,815,000, 14.8% Increase ernment, 1962-63, $25,198,625; SAFE-DRIVING POSTMEN Nearly 300,000., year award for a safe driving record covering
Cigarette Taxes, 1962- 1963-64, $26627.603 5.7% increase miles of accident-free driving have been racked 173,000 miles. City carriers receiving !
63, $35,800,000; 1963-84, $55,700- Protection to Persons up by five mail carriers at the Venice Post awards are, from left Fred Lucas four ;years e4tke1r.
000, 55.7% increase. Documentary and Property; 1962-63, $15.219,. Office. Four of the safe drivers are shown ((33,000 miles); H. A. Brannon two years
[ drinkingirty Stamp Taxes 1962--3, $12- 170; 196344, $17,059218, 12.1% here being presented with the National Safety (18000 miles!); Ralph M. Adrian:' four years
II 500.000; 1963-64, $13,670,000 increase. Hospitals, Health and Council awards by Asst. Postmaster Coleman ((33,000 miles) Not pictured is Norman Platt-
w* m 9.7% Increase. Sanitation, 1962,63, $49,957,547; Reese (left). Rural carrier Gordon Hat- ner who received a one-year award for 10,000 ;
Green said, "The inheritanceand 1963-64, $56,815,618, 13.7% Increase chitt (second from right) received an eight- miles.Holey.
waterBHflBBHBBDBMBBiViH estate tax produced an un- Development and Conservation .
pected revenue "windfall" during of Natural Resource $191,622,349; 1963-64, $255,018,.
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the past fiscal year up ), 1962-63, $44,283,282; 942, 33.1% increase. Public 1:1
approximately $10 millions over 1963-84, $49994823, 129% in. I Welfare 1962-63, '$145,092,201; I ReportBy I
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[.without the previous year for a total of crease. Highways 1962-63, 1963-64,, Education'$147,036,818(not, 1.3 Including % Increase --

county schools MFP), 1962- REP. JAMES A. HALEY Of course, $18 million Is
ggsflBOKHBBBnH 63, $96,315,589; 196364, $118- WASHINGTON, D. C. Applauding only a small fraction of what j
498,118, 23.0% Increase. Parks, Pentagon employeesfor Secretary McNamara counts as
mowing it! SIMBOLaSee SERVICE Monuments, Memorials, 1962- their' part in cutting defense saved in defense operations- CONI.
63, $4193,279; 196364, $2,026,. costs (by $2.5 billion last but, then, one must remember
020, 511% increase. Correctional year, according to Defense Secretary that 27 plants represent but a
Kurfirf Most top Institutions, 1962.63, $17,130- McNamara), President small fraction of the number ,
v.180011 It may 366; 1963-64, $19,815,919, 157% Johnson said a significant working on defense contracts, I Il'
M not particles Increase. Retirements & Pen thing; "Soft budgets do not and the total waste of this kind, i
sink end | 64, $16,586,197. 12.3% increase. This is indeed true-as some Is far greater than the sam
/tptnnty 'Includes Federal and State of us fashioned believers in ple.
.(mania,dingy liun.irf whole house
,ace cloudy, flat.lment. t- funds. sound fiscal policy eliminationof Mr. Campbell told a House your ,;;':
... But .. Cities, counties and schools wasteful spending and un- Investigating subcommittee he 'I'I' )
CAlI dean It'P... received an additional 23% of necessary programs and de- thought some of these expenditures -
i11,kiupenslv.ly.A 1963-64 State expenditures in ficit financing have been were "rather elaborate." with
pcUhoiM watts amounts shown below: saying for a good many years, Congressman Porter Hardy rlemll
!ttt A.""'II'''. Function Aid to Cities, without finding enough listen the subcommittee chairman,
eases seine nicrottpfe 1962-63, $26847,058; 196364, ers.But said it was "all a little bit
pvtlclei. This $37,735,907. 40.6% increase. Aid the trouble is, when you cockeyed" for less 'than the
II filter gives yeaands to Counties 196263, $68,433- find somebody in Governmentwho Both gentlemen seems to be
of allow of ncMra Phn us for Insured Savings Accountsor 747; 1963.64, $74118,013 8.3% is doing a real job of saving masters of understatement in .
priJ 1 dean,filtered :jarsaiilv ::: ::: increase. Aid to County money, you are apt to find view of the fact that one item 01 units
>t .k dllntoday Millar .Out Tin causal- .f! for Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA: . Schools 196263, $211,303,241; somebody else who is engagedIn charged to the taxpayers was cost room \,

rtttttl .asCII... Saul 1963-64, $246045,063, 164% Increase -I offsetting some of the saving $19,000( for "coffee brewed by r
by wasteful practice.
maids in individual coffee

,Investments totaling $126% the Secretary$2 5 billion McNamara saved last year said of rooms" to maintain of the morals S
millions another 8 officials one defense AIRITE ENGINEERING INC.
represent
GULFSHAMROCKPLUMBING by the Pentagon while military
plant. "Elaborate" and "cock-
[DC QGJd[ per cent of total disbursements, strength was being in- "
[G [C county and other (state office eyed, indeed!
INC. creased was the result of buy-
dormitories All of which goes to show Heating Air Conditioning \
savings and loan association buildings, university Ing only what was needed by that Mr. McNamara seems to ,; let
etc.) debt service $42 mil
628 E. Venice Ave. doing away with ",old plat- be on the right track-but he Sales Service Engineering '
oowmowi SOUTH wit wiJSL.-mm.JSSLmi: lions or VA per cent and non. Ing," or frills on weapons, still has some distance to go .: '
Hi. 4884247, 483-2465 1)11 UN MMIt DsW II HI Mstf ui It Mt. operating expenses, $348 millions knocking down purchase prices, I[ hope he keeps on looking- 500 Base Ave.. Venice Ph. 488-2373 .

and 22 per cent.There's taking more competitive bids, and also keeps on cracking
and so on. down.
As the Secretary relates it, I
this is an Impressive performance. '
It is proof that defense
expeditures can be cut with ,
HURRY out hurting defense and,
more, it is proof that spending
in other departments can be
cut without hurting their func
tions.
But while the President was "

a great buy waitingfor praising the Defense Depart.
ment for its business-like regard
for use of taxpayers'

at Chevrolet dealer's money, from the Comptroller Congress was General learning t: iIA

you your Joseph A. Campbell, about
some wasteful practices whichare
adding millions of dollars

to defense contracts offsetting t ...
of the McNamara gains.
Mr. Campbell reported thata
check of 38 defense plants
k 4 'i ?W w cRx pr Mra 4k8 e ,i, wxaN'bseo
d'A
eD .yA'ix ; ?a had shown that at 27 plants, A
the taxpayers were being tagged
for the cost of picnics, L
i o losses from food services,
maCheorolet gourmet meals for executives,
parties, free turkeys and athletic
IVtpal4 Sport Coupe
and club activities. These
plants billed the government
for $1.8 million In 1962-83, all
In the name of "employee mo
rale."


GARBAGE CHECK

la eCNEVyY VANCOUVER AP) The
city is paying university students
$13.37 a day this sum
;0-678 mer to follow garbage trucks
on their rounds to check the
number of garbage cans and
describe what they contain as

Sedan Corvair Mmza Club Coupe part of a survey of the British
Chevy n Nom -Door Columbia Research Council.


tour| < Chevrolet one-stop shopping center is the one Look for the fun-loving rear-engine Corvalr. It s

Place in town where you've got your pick of up to Chevrolet's answer to leaving summer sand, winter To measure baking powderand .
salt well small
45 different ways to be a homecoming hero for the snow and spring mud right in its tracks. amounts of as other dry as ingredients SOMETIMES OUR "FLORIDA EXPLORERS"TAKE

rest of this summer-and for many more alter. Look for the thrifty roomy Chevy II. It's the per. dip up the Ingredient witha
Just follow the crowds. You can't miss it feet automobile for summer economy drives. measuring spoon and level A WRONG TURN. .
Check the display window out for America's No. 1 Look for America's only true sports car Corvette. off with a spatula.

automobile, the '84 Jet-smooth ,Chevrolet. Any ear Test drive the one that turns you on moat. I
thia luxurious should have its price examined. Then start talking price.

Look for the brand-new young-afc-heart younginIt'. the greatest cure-all for r=
Price Chevelle-the only car that could .come between new car fever in the automoChevrolet WESTERN' Thais year cue to do them jpod tom Be helpful Da Re&bofe They neat

and Chevy IL the world. AUTO feel 10 bad about taking that wrong turn thanks to the nice fob they met t

BECAUSE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEYROLETS. CHEVROLETS .MMI BE A BETTER BUY ASSOCIATE STORES And, chances are tf1ey'I feel a little 1noI'I.1IIIa staying to Florida...far xxi.Courtesy's .

--- cortegtous. R makes Wends for Fblde..and fcr jwrf
HARDWARETACKLE
008683 ,
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RADIOS ,la

305 W. Venice Ave.. '

DUNCAN CHEVROLET Ph. 488-3516 FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT COMPANY

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PACE FOURTEEN THE GONDOLIER.. AORIDA.-TURSDAY. JULY Jft, ,,

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il WHAT YOUNG none THINK ABOUT ENGLEWOOD velous youngster. He'll IIII k!

Three Phase Hunt real heartbreaker when
I
reach manhood


I., k., : What {If Takes To Make A Friend Season DecreedTALLAHASSEE Banging It Outwith she Blew drove Anflca Johanna-0-Johnson's to Vet bet

with our typewriter to has

1 r ; By EUGENE GILBERT 15, Beaver Falls, Pa. Florida new ribbon put on. Dope h
':' President. Gilbert youth "I cannot date a boy more hunters will have a threephaseseason Pat/ Bang I've never been ablt I
", Research., Inc. than twice if he isn't Intelligent for migratory dove Plow 47442Z4 change one Yeaterda,'. ..,I
The more often I make these because we have nothing hunting during the 196443 sea was a maul
N
P
: surveys on what :young people FRIEND to talk about. Carole lon, according to A. D. Alden Chris Conway from West decided to move to Florida, -0-
: think, the more often I and Fresh sold their home and furniture, This Ja our "Swan Son,
am CITE I' usrGoc9 Kate IS, Bayslde, N. Y. director Game Palm Beach is her visiting hla .
truck by the persistence of "A friend i* someone you Water Flih Commission grandparents Mr. and Mrs and piled into the car and headed Getting to old MId too |f,i'
old fashioned virtues la toda)"'. P6 oNALITy6s can confide in, someone to The first phase will be open Norman Coulon. He got himselfa for Sarasota When they arrived carry on. Thank you ai t'
I teenage generation. share your Joys and sorrow for dove hunters Oct. 3 through surf board and Is having the it was pouring coca and people for your help for e":
.\ More than ever I am con ys oF UL 4OR.pop with, and who will keep the Nor, 8. The second phase open time of his lit*. Ruth says the dogs and continued so for two three long year w* b,
linseed that the horror stories secrets just between you two" Nov 14 to run through Nor. 28. gulf was too rough for her, whole days. Agnes started crying : mad so many: new ttttu,
which keep cropping up about uYGiENEGctc Laura Johnson, 13, Brooklyn The third phase will be open knocked her down a couple of so they packed up and through the column, not orb,,"
youthful misbehavior are typical N. Y. Dec It through Jan. 4. times went back home, bought a new Englewood but in Venict t.iii
not of any broad segmented % M4NNERGJ Shooting will be allowed from -r- house, new furniture, and bless South Venice, and w( are w
I young people but of special 12 noon until limpet of each and Leroy Will. our souls, U they haven't got grateful. Without you "
Mr. Mrs.
groups whose outlook has been [ ytfORTkN Committee Posts open day. Daily bag limit for and children, Scot and Liza, the Florida bug again. couldn't have carried 011.
I warped in one way or another Ge dove will be 12, with a posses- III. here -0- long. But now w* are J
0E6 from Wheeling, are
Our latest is CONFIDEt tired and just want
survey a case sion of two days' bag.Other to tt
visiting Bob and Irene Scott on Mr. and Col- >
Mrs.
of point. It deals with the Clayton Thanks a lot, to
rule for migratorygame : you an ''
Filled Sela Street. The Scotts are u
At from
E'wood son Mulberry staying
simple subject of friendships. during the 1964-65 aea. are God bless ''YOU.Flodda' .
Mrs. Willa's parents at the Red Fish Lodge butapend
Reading some articles and fictional eon are ai follows: Rail
:. works about high school ENGLEWOOD Appointment (marsh hen ond gallkiu) ), open -o- as much time as possible
Mrs Alta Moor and Daisy with the Paul Blerse family.
age youngsters, you'd think of standing committees Sept. 5 through Nov. U!, wildlife law
they have become cynical, highlighted the midsummer with a daily bag of IS, and a Keaser with a combined total They are enjoying fishing and vides that >if a tUu p I
last In the Gulf .
hallow and aelt- ntered In business session of Englewood's !: total possession of 30 Woodcock of eight youngsters spent swimming catches a bass or
their personal relationships. If Lemon Nov. 14 and close week camping at Juniper -o- any othgame
Bay Post 275, opens fish trot
on
a line
It Is Mr, and Mrs Hayward bu
that Is a fact, it has Springs. They say a very -
certainly American Legion, Jan. 2 with a daily bag limitof
Monday hook or set line it
to Water Greene arrived home must be,.
lovely place day Sunday
escaped interviewers.
my night with Commander Bill 5 and total possession of ten. turned
Haste presiding. Snipe Nov. 14 through temperature Is 71 degrees.They night from their vacation in Immediately to b
opens
also at Six Tiger, Ga. water.
spent one day
Hast designated the follow Jan. 2 with a dally bag of eight ;
I n g committee chairmen: and total possession of sixteen Gun Territory0 -o- -
Membership, senior vice-corn Sally shooting hours for rails, Mr. and Mrs. John Denrnan
A mander, Ben Lane; junior vice woodcock and snipe are from Norman and Ruth Coulon of Englewood Road are expecting
and invited to attend
called her
brother's
us us daughterand
commander, Whitford Berkley sunrise until sunset.
;; the ground breaking core.monies family down this Thurs
finance, Mrs. Mildred Stancar, Waterfowl hunting for i
SET
JUST ONE CONTROL S'
P John I. White; entertainment ducks, gees and coot willannounced for the Recreation Cen- day. Her brother is Carl Car-
WO) This All-New Tautest and refreshments C, F. Hig. be later when established ter at Trailer Acres, near Ion and the daughter's husband MAY WE INSTALLS
Eighty-four per cent of the The matter of good looks is I mbotham; house committee, I by the U. S. Bureau Warm Mineral Springs. Mr. is Wayne Hellenger. He is superintendent I THE BATHROOM NEWkWHENTHEY'j
youths we talked to say they hardly mentioned by young- Whitford Barkley; public rela ,Df Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Raymond Parker, county commissioner of schools in Decatur -
make friends easily, 35 percent stern In connection with friends I tiona, William E. Herdman with Mr. William Mich. They hare bought COMPLETE
1 & assert they have more of their own sex, and is a distinct sick visiting committee, Chaplain ;- Hart, Englewood Bank presI- 10 acres of land on Englewood c: > THAT /
than six friends dent. used the gold plated Road and the
good of the also-ran with those considering Louie D. Sheppard and all point. They are HOME
same sex, and 23 per cent say friends of the opposite start officers; athletics Lee spade to turn the first bit of coming down to decide Just L POP.]J
a
they have six or more of the sex. Another little regarded Walker; Boys' State, Glen Han TrooperUiD5ia round. A few short speeches, where on their acreage they VtJU?
opposite sex factor is overall popu nan; Boy Scouts, Don Weekes then to the office for soft will hare their home built In
: Warm Personality Paramount larity. But cheerfulness, good Sr.t| Americanism, Cliff Hill: rinks and cookies.A the meantime the Denmans
Much more significant are, grooming Intelligence and goo church attendance. Chaplain ... bit confusing, having the have planted 43 trees on the
the qualities they look for in manners all are highly regard Sheppard. name Trailer Acres, when it's property, from Australian % Q U rr
J. W. MOORE rlends.. ed. Chaplain Sheppard reportedthe : for mobile homes only. They' Pines to Oaks. So by the time
Whether the friend-seeken School is where most of the legionnaires and the ladlesof have city water and paved the home is ready, the trees
PLUMBING CO. are boys or girls, what they teen-agers find their friends the auxiliary will attend Sunday streets. Instead of gutters onthe should be doing nicely! too.
have in mind primarily are service in property side, they are Inthe 0Mr. HILL
Parties, home neighborhoods morning the En- HILL
Harbor lights On The Trail
such center of the street and the .
qualities as a warm personality sad clubs are other Important ,ewood Community Presbyter- and Mrs Norman Cou-
RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS trustworthiness and a sources. .j ian Church on Au,. 30 as the pavement slants slightly down lon are driving Chris Conway, t eNOKOMIS
PHONE 4884450 sense of humor. from the property toward the their
Some of the!. comments received post's participation in the na- grandchild, back to his
---1 are well worth repeat onwid* Legion "Back to God"movement gutter; also have storm sewerage home in West Palm Beach ov-
in,. too. The Cordons have a lot
there and Intend to move In a
"To have a truly warm personality Sheppard reported Junior
PI, Ice-Commander few more years. We went
Barkley is
one must have all the ) through one of the mobile
I recuperating from his recent
other virtues. F
Rodger
CJCN! T D. operation and ia expected to lomes. They are all complete-
Payne, U, Detroit. I iy furnished. Moat of the fur-
OF VENICE "You need a sense of humorto return home this week. It waseported niture is built In, big closets
24 SO. TRAIL succeed in this world, and that Legionnaire Jack
PHONE 488.2198 is and loads of room.
Long imporvlng at home.
i ; people who have it are fun to -o--
Service .
Officer Ernest Then
hang around with. Charles
SPECIALIZING IN CARPETING reports he and the Sarasota Mr. and Mrs Joseph Powers
'1 :: Clark 18 Phoenix. County service officer will hold of New Rochelle, N, Y. (Jo-

Area Rugs from 89c "Friends to know should what be intelligent the office hours in the Legion I tanna's niece) arrived bag and
I enough other headquarters the second and baggage> for the weekend, with
one i1 Is talking about. Danny a '
fourth 'II the three daughters, Agnes,
Wednesday of each
Jennings, It, Orange, Tex. Jackie and Joanne. And did
I CARPET BY THE ROLL "I like to have fun and Ican't from month 10 throughout a.m. to noon.the They summer will If you have mechanical difficulty we have fun, bedding them
If the other girl Is frowning -
advise and assist all or a flat tin on an eRpresswsy down. Johanna moved into the
veteran
from $2.99 to $25.95per 15, Atlanta all the,time Ga."Cleanliness Joyce Levy and their dependents in filing move over to the :extra twin bed in my room, NEXT BIG SALE
Agnes and Joe used her room
and neatnessare claims or other veterans' service shoulder of the highway It U
q. yJ. most important because I work.Commander. dangerous to stay in s lam of and the three girls were on the FRIDAY JULY 31-7 P.M.
porch there's a double and
1 they show the inner self and fact Haste, deploring high-speed moving traffic wait a single bed out there. .12 Mil. South of SARASOTA on Rf,41'
the that far too
OZITE OUTSIDE CARPETFOR good[ physical hygiene." Brenda Americana exhibit indifferenceto many fug for help. 31Z Seeing them brought to mind Ph. 488-1463.

Sue Lynch, 20, Terra Haute, the affairs of our govern. that back in 1954 they suddenly

POOLS, PATIOS, LANAIS Ind."I like ment and fall to exercise their
] good manners in a
Immediate Delivery and Initallatiom right of franchise" advocated
boy because it makes feel
me that the IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW
Legionnaire take keen
11'* are adults. Sharon Headly,
Interest in the pending poutl-
cal campaigns and urge their r when you ,#I
-- neighbors and friends to do
., CIDAM ike wise.
( He suggested the American r
J Legion step up its nonpartisan, T .
nationwide "get out the vote" I r DINE OUT
drive with the view of stimu-
: latin, more Interest in govern- ,
ment at all levels. I

r-- At the conclusion of the busi- IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD
fleas session a refreshment
hour was enjoyed with a varl.ety -
menu prepared and served SMITH'S
I I ,;J-.. .t.I' under the supervision of Re- r
.
J _" ."l reshments Chairman C, F.Eglnbotham. TAVERN & BEEFEATERSROOM I' WHITE ELEPHANT

..""" .
I'I ,., 1i" It announced RESTAURANT & LOUNGEON
?4 eLrae!! a was that a del
,
I .. ,ation of Lemon .Bay Post PRIME RIB ROAST THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOOD
Legionnaires, headed by Cora- OPEN DAILY 6.00;: A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
' I! mender Haste and Chaplain CHARCOAL Com by 'boat or by Auto'

i"" CHRYSLER DEALER'SSUMMER Sheppard District School will attend of Instruction the Eighth BROILED STEAK fRESH SEAFOOD & AGED STEAKS

to be held in Lake Placid on Friday & Saturday Nights
Sunday, Aug. 20. All Legion- Package Liquor StarSL SHRIMP DINNER All you can eatl!
t nalres are invited to attend. The Trail ft Phone 474-1)10.
; STOCK Legionnaire Joseph K. Keey Venice Ave Ph. 488-9963 52.20r
.. of Hope Post, Arkansas, .
I was a visiting guest at the -
I meeting and was warmly welcorned. I TRY OUR . '
SELL-OUT OO Grilled Onion SMACK McDOHALD'S---
Letters
were received fromBoy
STEAK SANDWICH

I and Steve Staters Gwaltney Carl Miller, now. Jr.attending -. I 12' -inch Home-made Pizza_$1' up Sic 661. S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2873
.
f @[}{] m W@ DOJJ91ADD Tallahassee Boys State as represents conventionIn 16 OZ.((25c each additional dreiiing.) i' Serving Breakfast 6 A.M..

ives of Lemon Bay Post Both .
FROSTED ITALIAN
MUG-O.BEER _, 30o SPAGHETTI.
"
boys
stated that the convention

L1 kJU UU Uo [ID Q SAVE I.educational"enjoyable,", entertaining and expressed and THE GLADESBAR .. SMACKBURGERS BROASTED CHICKEN

their appreciation .
to
the
j legionnaires for making their & RESTAURANT SALAD BAR
:
HUNDREDS OF attendance possible S. TatnJsml Trail Just S. of Bill Phillip FordFISHERMAN'S Take Out Orders

L-... _


f DOLLARS ON'64 Finishing for Fishergals School WHARF The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH

4 lap, Restaurant & Cocktail Leung
TALLAHASSEE Girls can serving OF BEACH RD. ON 775 'IN ENGLEWOOD"Food

CHRYSLERS be good fishermen and an asset o LUNCH from .. .. .. .. 95c '''all. Moline M'e lemon toy Ana fomo,"
i' : rather than a nuisance on a g DINNER from :....II. $1.95( SMORGASBORD OC
fishing trio when they are prop.ell Daily C9
'''I 1 kt ; Introduced to the arts and LUNCHEON SPECIALS MONDAY 5:30 to 7P.M. Ost.aWSMORGASPREAD
$ Summer shipments in. skills of fishing and boating. Seafood
are Get an 18-foot, 2-ton Two hundred girls will\ receive 1 QA

1'. ''i -. \ Chrysler NOW for hundreds of dollars less! Highest Id"such i Youth Instructions Conservation at the Camps Flor- stink Cheese .11:30 to 2 PX DAILY EXCEPT THURS. ft SUN.$ '*

year ON RT. 41 .. N.-OF VENICE AVE REGULAR MENU AYA11MU
; I , trade-ins of the year! You'll save a bundle! The Youth Conservation ph. 48M317 Dave ft Flo "hrns pm. 474-3312 ,

1 Camp operated by th* Game ,

I, : II ,.. .Bee your Chrysler.D. .er- .. belt o! the big car men and Fresh, will Water be ones Fish for Commission a. r KING'S TABLEFOR COME AS T YOU- ARE!

peclal girls only) camping FINE FOODS
::' session August 2 through IS.
WOOD Sixty vacancies for sine aged Served Daily 4 *.m, to I PJ" ,. Vl taRESTAURANTRay

10 through It :years still remain Served Sun ,7 *Jn. to | p.m. I
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH open at the camp. Girls ft COCKTAIL LOUNGE
MOTORS INC. attend either the one or may both BREAKFAST fro* ...... 40* W. ClMr to parties
weeks of the special session LUNCH from ........,. 65 t DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR

I' 1500 South Tamlaml Trail Barents of girls wishing to DINNER from ......... 95c I Complete Drone terved Diiy 12 to 7 ?M>
Venice Phone 488.6745 attend this session should ap- TRY OU DAILY SPECIAL 0.;Sunday until I PM

s ply directly to Youth Conserve- 2 blocb N, of Venice Are -- .,. A .U cart after PM
1 I g lion Camp. 2520 E. Silver Rt. 41. Ph. 488-.330 SR at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
; Springs Blvd., Ocala, Fla. Rotary Moots Hero Tuesday Noon. Ph. 474ljMVENICE


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\the nation in a prairie schoonr. -' themselves l maintain their self

Too Late To ClassifyBy He took the risks becausehe respect and. dignity and revivein

h I had faith, courage and believed their hearts the faith and

RUSSELL KAY that "God helps those courage that their forefather ,/ '1

"1j 1- whet help themselves" knew. ";
Maybe i'm old fashioned but talc the trouble to check the Yes I know the world has I

President Johnson's "Flfht' record you will find that the changed Things are different Regular! whole milk m tl'' .'
A Poverty" campaign doesn't traitor who have sold this today. Men ere poverty stricken up 88 per cent of all milk beverages '/

r make a bit more sense than country down the river were through no fault of their consumed In the United i

e our long program of "For lgn not poverty stricken Individuals own, but let's help them to help State

Aid." It appeals to me .. Just but well-tCKio well educated -

CLASSIFIED Houses another grand and glorious rat scientists, college professor
I For Sale Business PersonalsCREDIT I Lost hoi In which to pour the taxpayers and top flight executives.We .

II money with little hopeof came out of World WarII BarrtH Approved Ruberofd ApprovedLESTER ,
LEAVING I
U RATES TOWN WUI sacrifice LARGE MALE shorthaired
brown accomplishing any benefit. the most powerful nation on
d nice home in choice lOcation CARD I hunting dog. Small While I must admit it la a earth and since then have sat ,, !

Chit" Rlt... b. .... 1'hUI'ICI.' in Venice Gardens a white blaZe on face. Vicinity wonderful program to presentIn back and waited for our enemies \\W
and MoneIlY lefltloM 1 large bedroom., m baths Dinth.t FORGERY INSURANCE Laurel. $9.00 reward. 488-3438 a political year it ..WIdoe.n't to catch up. We let Russia ( wHITt 'GI m: '"
can be used a* a third Protect liability due to sneak In and take over i' 1UYlt
your ring bells as far as '
any ,
S150 bedroom Large utility room lost or stolen credit cards. LtqalKOTint ; I am concerned Cuba within 90 miles of our :SEAL .ONOn \
W screened porch carport etc. $10,000 shores and while said
Coverage $28 three we /
For just about a* long *. I
rob word minimum Landscaped comer lot. 380 Hill
((12 years. For full particular I > OF TNTENTIOK: TO "naughty naughty" when they
w AoWlonal Words, ..eh *c view Rd. Phone 4882894. stop in or call I MGIBTER FICTITIOUS NAM can sending remember billions of w*dollars have over.been set up missile bases, we failedto DAVIS ROOFING CO. :

.laa Dub a. IM'illf. UifaraWi.. thrt Tk......inlraa4.k amtaetlnr tarn tunbr* BwkcnxndMmta aartir seas to atop the communistsand follow up with rigid inspection Earle L. Kllton John 0., Bennett I\f'; ,
EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCT
CASH rItSI. both Thursday Aba I ar I atkara. Bamlim.) b.I_ ., Vanlea Florida, ..... and we don't know todaywhat .
... make friends for America.Our '
ret Mond.y Edltlolll Onar LOU JACOB .llIf. tl. netltlm. n.... of BaraaoU Mtula. the situation really is. Complete Roofing Contractor ;
and .. State Department tells us 0
tae EJartronlai and that firm la aim.
EXCLUSIVE! A real buy. Just 110 W. Venlc Ave. 488-K89 ,.." of the following varanm WBOM we don't dare stop or we willlose W* don't have to worry about SPRAY COATING d).
51.40I l listed. Nearly new 3 bedroom n.... and ytaoM of rwidraai ara a* the communists starting a
I follow. iSldiur the cold war. On Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roof ,
horn. I minutes from shopping I t tfaaolimaa, P. O. Box Ml, shooting war. Why should they
Nokomis Fla.
Ph. 488-5913
112| word minimum' center and schools Quiet Vraloa FlkOwaarahla We haven't got half as many when they are winning hands I' \
Dressmaking, alterations, draperies :
Words. each So residential ,. of SaraaM* Moih IUotronlM friends in the world today a*
Additional area. Under $12,500. etc. reasonable 4U-11SO li u fellow,iRldnv down by gnawing away at us, ,Jt.
Byron Markle. Realtor. Phone L N' .KU...n... 100 peat we had when we started the draining our resources, sapping
... ,... "..eo. n__._ 488-4708. RUBBER STAMPS mu to or. I. It li m, InUtitlon to apply' to tin program and as far aa our allies our economy and waitingfor :t. .
e..f Clerk d .h. Clralt Chet /In and trenrol.
.
..a., der. . ...... sticking with us Is concerned to wake with I
ear a Overnight service. Office Ceentr. Ptorkr to tIll us up an
M: :.=:. ...:. ..... '
,
. BEAUTIFUL Inside and out add 5.e. 11I..1. Ilect"nl.: France, Britain, Canada
.. personal, pocket or stock : .... ....... empty pocketbook.
........ d 10 .n. the "'n. 0' Ch.. ION'.
.* 'or of .... _...... r.o. 2 Bedroom 2 bath home. 488-1432. 1.0_ d rlcwl.... Aer ft' IaO.warm. and a few others don't see any W* can't eliminate poverty
.? .... III ....... r d..O.daCLASSIFIED Central water and sewer. Owner q bud tltlo 1'111I dap ofI. harm in selling to Cuba, Chinaor without eliminating individual '

must return north. Sacrifice .e" IN".IDNZT r. NEEDLSNANNovice : Russia. effort, faith courage and the 6'

DISPLAY price. Bryon Markle Realtor. SHEPARD Why should they when w* aggressive spirit that built and + a ar

Edition per Inch $3.00 Phone 488-4706. OF SALS) are willing to sell to Russia, made this nation ,re.t. Our !

Both Edition, per !Inch $3.50. LUMBER CO. AUonwa Tka offlw, Vaakja-Nokoiala of BRASWELb' Rank* BROWN Build' Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and a forefathers knew poverty but 1 F:

Mobile Homes IM3 N. WaiMngton Blvd I... VanlM. FlorUa. ...". 4184408 will few others and maintain the they overcame it, they set :
All .de payable Inadv.nc. anrpt ."... to purchaM. tha followtaldwrlbad United Nations whether any. their sights on freedom and opportunity
.
Sarasota nropartr aalor. lna; to the
MbliiHdiccotmV 52'xlO' CROSSLAND. Bedroomand Onanllaii of tha PKportT .. VERA B.BOSSOW. body else helps or not and overcame all
.cept bath each end. 20 ft. Bin .. .
ImumiMtoiitl They tell us we must eliminate obstacles to achieve success.I
OM Ila . ..... (
screen awnings. Phone ELLIOTT PAULfor rr/mouth -*
porch ID II",. riimOM poverty because it breeds take pride in the fact that
4884521. Saab era, bo la wrttlnr./ .1.... crossed
mutt
communism but if you will my great grandfather
j .. .... .
CANCELLATION or I ar tin .rr. aottlm fortk the ,
ROOT TRUSSES amonat of cab oTfop which .hall bo ..
ADJUSTMENT ... .
Rentals I than II10 00. led .0 and d.liT.r.ad
Raqueits for cancellation .. Alum. Windows ft Door : ta.the. .off. IM of Hid attorrwn .. anrtar Now ft Tn Time To. . e
< < Contract n
er *dji tmnt b. e au. of SACRIFICE bedroom house Roofing ft Painting 11 tM >oo>) ....... til. hour of lOlOO .
b made for Phone 4B8-ZI32 Venice .... and IiOO p..., hwlnnlnt with thapnbllratloa h y ye
must beach. Phone
error near 4881872. of tits ..tl.. thrash the
! Thursday i Sondolltt BEFORE til iff of AiiniH ot IliM, noon.
4 ROOMS 2 bedrooms screened TYPEWRITERS: and laid aroMttr ihall ha ale <.r ...h
I pjn. on Monday. For Monday and Adding ablest to approval of too Caste Judn
Gondolier BEFORE 5 porch carport. Phone Machines (mechanically op for Saraam County Florida to the oiforor -
488-1333. erated) Chemically cleaned, whoat attar la too blibwt ., tboMmolmd
/ .. .......
Thursday. d work aball the
on like .
pjn. new. 50 plus parts .... .
To Better Living
.JI urn of 1110 Such offal .hall b.apmad
ATTRACTIVE Private
PHONE Erf. Apt. if required. makes Venice at laid. of .. ., lliol p.m.. A...
heated pool. W. Venice Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave n>t Itk, sad, Pronortr mar ka aa.. atWood

Ave. Week month yearly. 4R8-611S Chrralar-Plrraoutk..,. .Nod. ,., IKK
.
488-3125 south Trill, v. rbrld.Poblrh "
I Reasonable summer rates.' Ph. Jab 1'1. 55. A... 1. 0. owl

4883681. Help Wanted /, h. .+ch+
"
NOTICI OF ante:
VaulM t-l &,. UiiraralahaJ. Ml.OatMM Tka afflat of BRASWBLL C BROWN
Lots For Sale ta liar .. aaqr _. CUSTOMERS NEED Servicein Attornon ._.hear Barm BnlMIn t
0...., LOU JACOBS dee-.IIIT.i Venice or Charlotte County l *. P. 0 Box 747. Vanlra, Florida
..... 4W440I, will .. aff to .'
WT IN BAY POINT Noko- i TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by full or part time. Earn$3.50 tha followlni .-_tl.....n arooortrktloniHnc pur.ehaio
mis. Mile from beach. Block i furnished. hourly and up. For Informationwrite . to tha, Xxanitor: of th. .med
Completely
year. CARL 0. MILLER, dimandlOn t
mst of U. S. 41. Value (1,290. : Automotic heat and air con Rawlelgh. FA offer trade for 19-30 Memphis, Tenn. ID Ma. BIVO1IOJI4Sack
Make or I ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E.
.,,_ mult ko n wrttlfij. alrnolkr .
ft. MFG boat and motor. 488VINICI I Tampa St., clou to stores. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office tko .ff_, ...tI.. fortk. the amount :J BEDROOM 2 BATH COMPLETELY REDECORATED { .
of aiuh .,,_ whlek ahall k. i. THE HIGHEST !
t8t1 no
I Tel. 6884194.DUPLEX I II wants live-wire licensed real thai meson. aoaM .. end ..IIV...l to SEPERATE DINING ROOM *> LARGE LIVING ROOM
MSIDINCI' LOTS furnished. 2 bed estate salesman. Reply J. C., tho offtoa of Mid .tto...,.. on. any. d.r SCREENED PORCH t 2 CAR GARAGE AIR CON- '
(ozoopt Biturdan after IHOO and
: noon
VENICE BVSINtBS STOS Box '748 Venice. .,... REFRIGERATOR lt' difficult to the stately giraffe SR
.. .. I room. In Citrus Highlands .1) botvoon tha hen of lotus DITIONED & CENTRAL HEAT STOVE $ top )
OWNER LOU JACOBS ...
a and I:00 kotlnnln with the
Near beach. Phone 488-3323 after Female Help Wanted phlr.lr of p 051. .011. thn.sk' the & WASHER ALL FORMICA KITCHEN. when It comes to height . and it is equally "
..
5 p.m. and weekends. I .11I dap d Au. .1 Iaos' .01.
ELK INLET SeawalleJ prirat Sold anp..ta ....11 M sold for .a5hhlt FULLY LANDSCAPED hard to THE GONDOLIER when it comes
....... top
'" of tho C..IP Judas
boat basins. E. U Kilton, WOMAN needed to assist
2 BEDROOM
HOUSE woman for Saraiota eoa.". Plorlila, to Uu 2 bilk from Recreation Center
( Biyshore Drive. Nokomis. nlshed. Plenty room untur-I Live in. Call 4885550. off_ whoaa offor to the hl.h.t of to serving the South County area as a news
dren and Phone thoa roMlvod and which lh.ll head. $16,500.00
pets. media.
th of I2MOOO Sueh 011. ihall
Real Estate I BOOKKEEPER capable of Ix*oponnd aura" at old offle. at hint pm, Venice Gardena Sheridan Or, W. H. BlewiHPH.
VACATIONER'S NOT I C E. I keeping complete act of Aurut Ith 1964 .......",. mop ka Mtn
.. th. Vonlea-Nokomla. . Bank. parkiniPuklUkl 488.3572
Completely furnished I, 2, 3 books and preparing; monthly .... *
t BEDROOM HOME in Noko-and room apartments and bath including operating: statement Apply! in !" Jab It. M. A... 1. 0. 1MI. No facet of communication is as comprehensive ;
mis. Near store --
water
utilities and Iin< post office. Newly painted, as and there is no '
Weekly S10-$15-$20; Monthly your newspaper
docking privilege. Rent or sal $3 5-$85. Call 488-3447 evenings WAITRESS. FULL or part serving South Sarasota County '
JI reasonable. time. Yacht ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION newspaper
Apply to Venice
4742569. {04 and 618 Ar.
2 Bedroom home Club after the of the :
MODERN made Road. 11 em.Situations lIBGo& that gives you complete coverage

Florida room, G.E. kitchen. activities than that in THE
Clog to hospital, schools, shopping J BEDROOM HOUSE on the WantedALL area published

centers. $100 month op water. MAINTENANCE GONDOLIER.
!
lB81.fumi.hed. .
tion to buy. phone 488-1231. NPC. Phone i TYPES ALTERATIONS.Very the Beat
reasonable. Ph. 488-3182 I LIGHTING SUPPLIES
Science his eliminated

Houses For Sale Misc. For Sale EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER much of the drudgery that' Our primary Interest and foremost function .

typist, secretarial used to be associated with 1 ANDERSON ELECTRIC. Inc.
EXCLUSIVE! Beautifully located TWIN BED studio cover and duties. Part or full-time. Receptionist the kitchen but even today is to serve this community by reportingall .1

3 bedroom home. Near bolster to match. Ph. 488-1053 "Girl Friday," It beat takes more. than buttons to Bate ft Cockrill Streets Phone 488-6794 the events of importance that effect the t
the bay. All rooms are large experience. Phone aa egg.Recipes 1
some legal
and well planned. Central he.tind Steinway-Pianos-Korea Everett 4884480. C.t.ltlQr eggs to be growth, safety and security of the residents. f
f
beaten, slightly beaten, well-
air conditioning. Nicely George Stock Winter Cable I beaten ana stiff beaten. And }

landscaped sprinkler system.A Nelson Fayette S. Cable Boats For Sale many of us wonder Just '

bargain at 28500. Call us Hallett & Davic: i wherein lies the difference For complete coverage of the South Sara "+
for appointment Byron Markle Musette Players SACRIFICE: OFFER 19-ft. between all these terms.
Realtor phone 488-4708. Pianola PlayersOrgans I length 8-ft. beam. Pinto-Vat- Recipes calling for beaten THEGULFBREEZE HOTEL sota County news. .

vo engine. Tunnel stem. All eggs usually mean whole

VENICE: GARDENS 2 bedrooms Allen Lowrey fibreglassed. Hardtop. Draft eggs blended until the whites!

1% baths paneled COMPLETE SELECTION OF 12-In. Wonderful for bay and and yolks: are creamed. This READ
Florida room, cathedral cell- RECONDITIONEDAND gulf. Lots of room for chairs differs from those slightly

begs, central heat. Availableupon REBUILT.FULLY GUARANTEED and fishing tackle. $OS$. Phone beaten, which are' whipped IS CLOSINGEVERYTHING
request 488-5397. 488-3157 just until the yolks and
PIANOS AND ORGANS whites! mix.

FROM $1:. Beaten eggs are used primarily
ATTRACTIVE: S Bedroom 2 Auto For Sale
baths Reasonable. Easy 'Florida's! Largest Music Co. to make batter and GOES
MUSIC CO. doughs light in texture and
terms. CANNON
P. O. Venice
Box 98 ,
'
or 1301 let St.. CONVERTIBLE 58 FORD to act u a binder for batter
4886474.CiSH .
Room Furnishings
Opp. Florida Theatre with Thunderbird\
IS KINO. FRIT ATI UAL$. Open Thur. fc Fri. til 9 p.m. $150. Phone 4885457. Slightly, beaten eggs areusually Restaurant & Bar Equipment
I war ttaaiaaa used to thicken
a.
fm ....lr. 1958 CHEVROLET pickup; or
all of South
I OWNER before frying. SALE BEGINS JULY 31
HAD -\J MOVEI Must guns truck with utility bed. Extremely
clll 2 bedroom tile bath, tools, typewriter., furniture, clean. $895. 488-2463. Well-beaten eggs shouldbe
I built-in stove, nicely landscap- what have you. for new vacuum whipped until they arethoroughly 342-350 W. Venice Avt.INTERESTED Sarasota County

*a. tsdown county. Six per cent cleaner. All attachmen's 1964 CORVAIR. 4-door sedan blended and are

and approximately $68 Including floor polisher rug White, blue interior. Call Ph. light and fluffy. whites
Stiff beaten --- -
egg are
Per month. WWII and Korean and furniture shampooer. WriteT. 4882778. vigorously until "

veteran. might qualify for payments H., Box 748 Venice.AIRCONDITIONER Lost whipped they form soft pointed peaks : J

as Iowa. $M mo., down Westinghouse Too much beating will cause DISTINCTIVE
-
payment aa low as $250. Full the foam to break down CornerURGER
Price 9995. chip Johnson. deluxe with heat SOLITAIRE EMERALD KINO when mixed with other In. Real I Estate I

Realtor. 308 W. Venice Ave pump, thermostat and exhaust. and diamond wedding ring little beatingwill I ] j
Ph. 488-2241; Branch office Used very little. Original cost on Nokomis Beach off pavilion result In the mixture tDi I : ;
for $175 cash May
Kent. Motel.Ph, 488-1993.625 S. Tami.m1rail. 'be 359.seen Sell in operation Dr. C. L. Reward.Newspaper Contact The Gondolier not holding enough air. -

Calking, 633 Appalachlcol. I-
GARDENS- Venice. INTERESTED? 2 BEDROOM HOME t
VENICE: > WOLFER MOTORS Inc. ? I I/I Block to Beach Furnished

WATERFRONT 15000.00 i ia APACHE RAMBLER DODGE 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened Large Lot Paved St. .',

bedroom. 2 bath built-in World's number one camping ,1$ S. Tamtaml Tr.il M8-39 5 -488-4150 Porch, attached carport OH f\\ I ,
Move and oven with' matching trailer. Now also number one H. Wlramerf Realtor heat $7950.00
t .
IN. .
.
r Screened All SPECIALIST
r in the Sarasota area. ,
I 106 hat Aurora
POrch with hutton-down aluminum pulls up and downIn ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAl. ESTATE AND INSURANCE 17500.00 UNFURNISHEDH. KERMIT L
hedes.' As low as 1500.00 minutes. Two double beds Brat R.plr! Lubricate Chants J

down plus -closing coots. off the ground. Sold out of Front End Alignment Oil Chang Agent for Wetter Union Telegraph N. WIMMERS
Drapea included. Water soft- More on theway. thru Friday 7 U II Saturday <. I : .
ener. I tome models. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam Monday | REALTOR I.MICKLETHWAIT I.
Low price high quality. Wheel Balinetivq Electrical Repair CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR "
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor i Bank financed. Come see.CAMPER'S 801 Leejuna: Drive
221 W. Miami Ave. 'I
Automatic Stand
or
432 Shararoclt Ph. 488-4974 WORLD. Radio Engirt Repair Overhaul erd Any Tranimluion Repair I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488-5308 488-4621 I , '

NEW f
RICHMOND Buckeye.Choice 1OppositesMasssoBros..) Atrcondtttonlnej Repairs end Initallatton :
,, Venice Gardens loca- ,
"">. Water and _er. Central Sarasota, Fla. 1

the neat! root e> air concrete conditioned drive., garage.All Trl Cowefy Equipment Co. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home In Venice Gardani. TRADE YOUR TRAILER FOR HOME +

Formica Car Centre! Heat and Air Condition. I
2 Gareje,
'
kitchen 13750. Easy SARASOTA FLA. Lt 100' 125' 2 Bedroom Terrazzo, Tile Barh, Raitge and ti+w'
"nwwlng. Immediate' ocou- SELL RD. 1 Screen Porch, Washer Rode end Drap*. Central i ,
Pliler. Phone Mr.' O'Hearn. I 75S-S705 Member Crumb of Commerce Sewer and Water. This well landaaped home only Refrigerator. Completely furniiKd. Dod! end Boat. Will

488-6a11 or 488-1474, i This week specials/ on DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Ut Mobile JHom.

CB> I BEDROOMS, Florida Black & Decker ToolsInstruction Heating and Air Conditioning $16,500. Terms $12,500.00GULF c

1tCU0Q"fw., toe 138 bath Robert Golden St. Beach Heating & Air Conditioning 'Instaf/at/oni/ / FRANK C. RAEBURN REALTYBruce

Gas Ranges Water Heaters
S.NER J!: TRANSFERRED. Swee Associate. '
REALTOR Thompson, Rane Cobb, Joseph I
.Will aacrlflc* I JOBS WAITING\ Wilkinson Free Eittmareirio -

Mft house. $400 down andtteka Real Estate School. Enroll ,Job Too Big or Too Smell I 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1400 ""2"* 214 S. Tamlami Tr. P. O. Bos 935 Phone 48S4htnOItlD" i

Oak Aid ) 35J Glens now 262 S. Tamlami Trail 261 S* Trail. Venice Ph. 488-227)) I E r
att1' 3-M93.. '
8 & phone 488-U31 ot lp"I. I


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VENICE I FLORIDA, THURSDAY, .JULY.. JO, 144
< SIXTEEN THE GONDOLIER r ,


I School GuaranteedFor Stuart Tax On Meeting\ AgendaAt I

' L
I' :
,
Sarasota County Tax Assessor
\ Gob Retreads William N Stuart has been
\, ) Invited to help conduct the educational -
program to be pre-
Chief Walter F. Bostick, are in a badly needed rating is I, sented in Cocoa Beach during
TJSN. announced today that being .odifled. The Navy puts the Slat annual conference of wtrr.
; former Navy men may re-en- up your old pay and grade in the Tax Assessors' Association
r Hat in the Navy and be guaranteed a wager that you will be able of Florida in August
a school for training to qualify for the critical ratIng Stuart was asked to assist I
Hen is how the program and keep it. You gamble with the program br GeraldConrad !t'Ib
I work: finishing out the two-year enlistment of Panama City, president r
of the State Association! of
I,II You can re-enlist in grade' in a lower grade if Tax Assessors Many state '
flunk the
training.
and be guaranteed schooling to you
officials will attend
dignitaries and
qualify you in a critical rat:1::1 'Restore the conference. In additIon
In,. If you make it, your , The new plan Is based on a It Is expected that there
will be changed If you don't variation of the highly successful will be about 350 delegates in
I make it will be reduced to
you Selective Conversion and attendance. Including tax as
the grade you would have been Retention program under sessors their deputies and
re-enlisted in had you come in which more than 2,900 sailors wives.
.. a non-critical man under have been moved from slow Stuart will be in charge of a
the regular broken service reg- rates into faster critical skills. seminar to be presented on
Uations. But you won't have to That program, affecting those Monday, Au,. 24, on the sub-
serve more than two years. already in the Navy is called ject, "Demonstration of Forms
In short, the old rule that if SCORE. The modification affecting : and Procedures Used by Tax
you stay out too long you take men discharged in a Assessors of Florida." sja
a reduction in rate unless you slow rate, is called RESCORE. kII

Not all former Navy men are i JJR Kansns-Mfc\ !' 5ouri t
eligible. The is
program open ,
I BESTWAY to former E.5s, E-4s and E-3s IiIjJ Meet\ CancelledNORTH - /v
who have had between two and
A NEW QUEEN IS CROWNED Lovely Cheryl
12 years' active duty in the wLItL PORT CHARLOTTEThe right, 17, blonde and blue-eyed, ia the new Miss St.
SALES Navy and who have been discharged W4I Kansas-Miaeourl Club burg for 1965. Cheryl i pictured with Darley Quillman
for more than three winner who crowned the new at Sunken
will skip its August meeting, year's queen
NokomisWILL months but less than four V. A. Sanson secretary, announced dens in St. Petersburg before a capacity crowd of 600--I
years whose old rating or striker today. The September pie. Miss Aurand is five feet, five Inches tall and ,
BE CLOSED FOR designation was a BM, meeting will be held on the pounds. She will represent St. Petersburg the Miss "
CMC IM, YN PN SK DK
first Monday In that month, the Pageant at Sarasota next June.
VACATIONAug. I CS SH LI. DM EN, SF, DC place to be announced later.
PM. EO, CM, BU or UT. '

1 thru Aug. 91 You can apply for RESCOREand Pa. - --_ ., . ... -.. ...............- It's against the law to water ggg '
I if accepted you are re- MARATHON SWIMMERS Four Venice the distance each participant has swum. The ski at night, even during a
enlisted as a seaman, firemanKen 50-mile pictured here includes, from left, law
area swimmers taking part in te quartet full moon. This Florida
swim phase of the President's Physical FIt- Barbara Gilkison, David Bowles, Peggy may not be very romantic, but
I ness program discuss their progress at the Thompson and Lifeguard Don Breding, monitor :it help make night boat-
ANNOUNCING Venice beach In front of the chart showingor for the program. gdC'S f sport BLALOCK
I I JAMES T. AGENCY INC
I II construction man and immediately grade, get the critical ratingfor ,
r advanced to the rate which you have been train. nit u ran ctEttablMod
I I
I
HEIDEN held reenlist at discharge for four Those years who are ed and are promotion eligible for offered the automatic by-I Sensing The News 1929

INSURANCE guaranteed "A" school training the regular SCORE program. 243 W. VENICE AYE
only; those who re-enlist Chief Hyde and Chief Bos- By THURMAN SENSING installment plan. VENICE, FLORIDA
4 for six years are guaranteedboth tick, local Navy Recruiters, Executive Vice President The long range objective of Select and Consult an Independent
AGENCY "A" and "B" school. If will be glad to talk to former Southern States Industrial his Supreme Court majority PHONE Insurance Agent at you
you make the grade in "A" Navy men and explain the Council seems clear enough. It is to 488-6791 would your Doctor or lawyer
512 Venezia Pkwy. school, you keep your old pay RESCORE program Scrapping The ConstitutionIf substitute one set of national
ever there was a clear elections for the present system -
VENICE rserra.ar.e a demonstration of judicial tyranny of state and federal elec-
Call On it was the recent actionof tions. In this way, the states .. 1 _
Heidea PHONE 488.2491FWURlNG six justices of the U. S. Supreme would be finally humbled and
AMERICAN ROOFING CO., INC. Court riding roughshodover eliminated as an effective political -
the wishes and constituted instrumentality. The
For a free estimate on a WALL CRETE lob on your res- authority of 50 state legisla- states would remain, but only EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
dence or commercial building. Only area dealer franchisedto tunes in the legislative reapportionment in name. They would have no "
Auto Owners Insurance Co. handle MAGNUM a mildew and waterstam resistant ruling. The declaim more authority than the de EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
the partments of France, whichare
unmistakably points
brushed rolled on.
Can be painted, or TRADITIONALLet
application. to the death of the administered national I
AUTOMOBILE FIRE CASUALTY way American by
f 555 W. DEARBORN ST. ENGLEWOOD Republic and its replace- fficlals us style your favorite vase
I ment by a centralized regime The design that the Supreme ceramic Into beautiful lamps.R.wlriag
In .... Telephone) or
insurance business since I
1947 Offering Quality exercising total political power Court is Imposing on Americas
Insurance with Professional Service at Preferred Rate. Business 474-3M5 Home 474-1794 over the states and citizens not the design that is authorized ; a Aesryfing
Justice Potter Stewart, one by the federal Constitution All lAmp ftepw'rs
J of the three dissenters from or the Constitutions of the 50
he ruling, accurately summedup states. The Supreme Court's Work by Experienced Designers and
the constitutionalism of plan is the creation and embodiment Crafhmen
the court's action, saying: of the personal wishes
"The court's Draconian pronouncement of a small handful of arrogant THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
1 t 1 ". which makes unconstitutional men who conceive it their
I I V r j the legislaturesof right to manipulate Americaany 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA

most of the 50 states findsno way they please.
support in the words of the
h \ ) '" 1 1r Constitution, in any prior de-
cision of this court, or in the

federal dominant 175-year court.political majority In history short based of, the the its STARTS TODAY AT DUNCAN CHEVROLET!

decision, not on law or precedent
r ,fl but on a desire to revolutionize '
\
t a portion of the Amer. 64
scan political system.
The ruling means that the
Supreme Court is going Into
I the business of regulating state
legislatures. It already ia in
the business of acting as the
l supreme school board in numerous -

.{, communities Before
; long, subordinate federal
courts will be telling business
concerns whom they are to
I employ and to promote Is
there no limit to the thirst for
power In the American judiciary
today? Citizens should ask NEW 1964 CHEVY'S Have Got To Go!
themselves this question.It .

1 had need la true of that reapportionment.But some states. 5 3 CHOOSE FROM . Impalas . Belalres

that was no excuse for fed. . Biscaynes . Chevelles . Corvalrs
eral intervention No>> had
case
'
I been made that anyone's rights . .1/i Top Pickups . El Caminos . ,
had been violated The Chicago ,
Dally News, commenting on
the decision, rightly said that WE'RE
READY
even those who rejoice In some TO TRADE
of the effects of the Supreme
M t Court's action "must have
qualms about this giant step
toward centralism." HURRY!
In truth, the court's decision
Is only the beginning Arthur HURRY!'
Knock a. distinguished political
SOUTH VENICE observer, has suggestedthat HURRY!II
: the next steps may be
abolition of the Electoral College -
and striking down of the
a constitutional provision that I IPPOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXX V COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOEXTRA <
guarantees each state two U.

S.In Senators recent years the Southern I SPECIAL

) LIQUORS States have been in the
vanguard of the movement
,,1 calling for restrictions on the
1" unbridled power, of the U. S.
i I Supreme Court. The South has

it: 1st received very little under. 5,000

I Saturday Aug. standing other or states encouragementfrom the suggestion

being made by some
Northerners and Westerners.

I '; A DISCOUNT ON ALL POSTED PRICES for plea regional example was bias.simply that the the result South's of W.: with S & H GREEN STAMPS

One may properly wonder, every NEW CHEVY sold 1J

; SATURDAY & SUNDAY therefore tiny Rhode whether Island the for peopleof example 3 DAYS ONLY Thurs Fri., Sat.

are the possibility that in the
r ': BEERS WINES LIQUORS not distant future the Supreme
Court may say that state is not
entitled to one U S. Senator, DUNCAN CHEVROLETAT

J Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. let number alone of two.small Northern There are and a

i, LOCATED AT THE SOUTH VENICE SHOPPING CENTER Western state that are slmilarly THE TRAIL & ENGLEWOOD RD.
Y situated They had better

Just South of Venetian Moon look to their rights and Inter. We Give' &ttf Green
Cyro's est under the U. S. Constitution Stamps On All Ports And Service/

JPNU.S.'" 41 PH. 488-4480 which a ruthless majorityon Ph. 488.5708
I the Supreme Court Is now Ph. 488.3047PAGI
Intent upon scrapping M the


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