Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
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Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: August 3, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
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man is the first two-time winner THEY WENT WITH/ THE TIDE -- .' ;
prize in the 1964 Sara I since the tournaments first > 't

ent t. County has been Tarpon won by Tourna-a Southunty started in 1930. I Visions- I Leaders JPA111MAVR1iE+
I Although he has been a fishing
angler enthusiast all his life,
.
this !
In yearumeywasalSeHpoundSU
Wining entry : Buckelew said it wasnt until Of A Deep Harbor

pr King caught of competition June 19 in the byoy 1960 it that good"he began by entering"really fishing the OnRosterFifteen d
week
ghth
Buckelew Jr., Albee Road, tournaments. Every year since I '.

,okomii. then he has wound up in the III' W. EARL AUMANN equal to, If not better than any them to seek means of securIng ., land that is now Casey's Pass, I area business! leaders \
Grand prize for the largest money In Florida one capable of ac a nearby pass bringing with them every tool is

!rpon entered in the tourna- Boca Graade LocaleBuckpeweaught.thla, '. .-Both Dr Fred H.Albee and cgomodeting.ocean. / going One day, about 20 :years and..lnstrum.entihat could be se'rve! have'on been the nominated board of directors to-' .1, i'I I
eerie a 1TTobtaftberg1saat off" Boca the Brother!**!.l Locomotive steamers, *be declared. "* earlier,'according to'a clipping Used'in having the sand that of the ) ,
winner fishing newly-organ
,50 hp outboard motor and Engineers, owners of the BLE Mainland from Sarasota thoseliving kept apart the two bodies of
Grande. His companions on the Connected With a paper ized Committee of 100 of .
boat trailer Buckelew will Corp., the organizationthat section water.
Realty in the Venice
winning fishing expeditionwere But neither Dr Albee or the South Sarasota County which
)) collect his winningsan built the City of Venice, had The neither
rains undertaking
ficlally Earl noticed the heavy was
his oldest son Carl, BLE Realty Corp probably will begin functioning shortly
awards banquet and din- Lewis of Venice and Rick Mahoney had visions of a great deep realized that at one time Casey raised the water In Roberts simple or easy. The land on the "f'
r-dance Aug. 22 at Lido Ca. of Nokomis. water harbor at Venice to rival materialized Key was connected with the Bay considerably higher than coast at that point was much The nominations are for
no in Sarasota Tampa. Visions that never the level of the gulf. higher than is usual on the gulf \
mainland and for earlier and three with
Nor did Buckelew's wife, years one, two years \
Consistent Winner however. the west coast. ) .
frontage on
B. Blackburn and others
Little F
had in
and 14-year-old Carl residents to go up five directors to serve
The year-old Florida Pow.hasn Marta take back seat when it comes Even as early as Oct 13 Sarasota Bay, a distance of living in the Venice' section decided Success t each group. It is a group representing h
& Light Co lineman a Mrs. Buck. 1925, when negotiations with. about 15 miles to Little Sara. the time was ripe to But the determination of the virtually all ,ec.
a consistent money win- to elew fishing prowess third place in the the Brotherhood for the purchase sola Pass before entrv Into the make another attempt to makea early inhabitants of the Venice time and business activity of I f
in won
T since he began fishing Division of the tour. of 1.500 acres in Venice gulf c",uld be made. This work pass section won, and success South County.
e tournaments in 1960. In Women's and was were still in progress, the ed a hardship on those at Ven 'The group assembled for a crowned their efforts whtn late Under the organizations'
61 1, he won $860 in cash fore ney three nosed years out of ago third placein !Sarasota': Times quoted Dr AI: Ice (now Nokomis) and ]pd picnic I at the narrow strip of (Continued on page t) I bylaws, the general membership t
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largest tarpon entered a just the 10th week of the contestby I bee-.s .aylne the jettyini and has 25 days in whichto s
2 pounder. Pass was I
dredging of Casey' make additional nominations
tinny
He was not the grand prize Carl who half landed pound a heavier to be started In a few days. If none Is made the 15
Inner that year, however prize Just one- with the deep waters of
I "This. will be declared elected on
mother
his
nder the rules in effect at than Buckelew tarpon the four bay at Venlce-Noko. Au,. 20 and will take officeat ::
at time, weekly winners were Mrs. I) mis, will provide a harbor that time
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'quired to compete in a fish- The Committee of 100, representing
'f f during which a 92poundIver
i a cross section of
King was the big win- Revise the area't business life, has
en? Road Sign been chartered for the purpose .
Buckelew was awarded $5 aiund of promoting orderly
for his catch. : .
planning and zoning, presentand
Asked how he felt about win future road needs indus JOSEPH U. RYAN't.
ng the 1964 grand prize valu trial development expansionof
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BoardOld I I
d I at more than $2,000, Buckew Spurned By } tourism, beaches and recreation

replied he was "pretty gulf, bay and fresh ... d
,
eked: with It." The Nokomis water fishing, boating and

state level when other activities of general interest ..
at the
regulations governingroad latlon to the South County

Venice Gardens signs in Sarasota County the meets 1965 next Florida year Legislature meanwhile area. t..

remain in effect this week following existing regulations in Its activities are designedto ,
the rejection of proposed leaving legislation embrace the whole of
and preparing
Street new revisions by the county) effect future. South County including Venice tt't i '
Lights for the
Englewood, South Ven- '
commission last Thursday.Commissioners Main criticism by those opposed & r.i .
voted 4-1 the ice, North Port Charlotte,
the revisions was i
against an ordinance, which of to definitions and the Nokomis Laurel and Osprey a SIa
lack i
Are
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Installed would have revised existing alleged loopholes in the The director-nominees Include
sign regulations. in favor of a many ordinance. Spokesmen for :
J Tour brand new law backed up bv new contended the For three-year t e r m s I
bright, street lights opposition
new the
.
state statute to give it better' Charles R. (Bob) Miles, William
Installed no
on Shamrock Boule- a new,regulations were
H (Bill) Phillip, FrankC.
|act at the main entrance to 'leeth than the present. J.
following Raeburn, Howard
action was taken of
nlce The motion for rejection
r Gardens
were officially The
M. Edmond.
Thursday Vaughn George
hearing last -- ------- ---
public ---- --
T'aced In service Saturday a the proposed revisions was presented
I The in the commission chambers Commissioner MaselC 1---- Gondolte photo br .... Dillon son
new lights were Install'd by .
revisionswere For two terms:
on 30-foot concrete poles The proposed '. Huston of Venice with Commissioner IT'S FINGER-LICKIN1 GOOD Like the old LIER photographer spied Tinker Bell In the Joseph A. Ryan-year George E.
'tween U S. 41 andaman the result of one vear Boyd R. Gernhardasthe Venice Shopping Center while the Hartmans
Highway the Sarasota County colonel with the goatee says on TV that'swhat (Continued on page t)
Drive the first north- work by Commis- only dissenter. Tinker Bell seems to be laying Tinker were doing some shopping. She s no bigger
uh| itreet In the subdivision.) Planning and Zoning Bell Is a year-old Pomeranian and she belongs than a minute and is aU trimmed out so that

Negotiations for the four 7.. 'Ion.Sever.l. Individuals a n dgroups Blitch's to Mr. and Mrs Fremont C. Hartman, she resembles a toy lion but she iant like PUBLIX OFFERS Turkeys ii 9t .
lumen ( begunIth the Venice A REAL SAVING at better known as Free and Kay, who live at one, really. weighing up to 18 Ibs for only DAVID WILKINSON f'
power : from $8.98to
represented Values
{
Florid. Shoe Store. .
Tk fc Light by hearing 4 Argus Road, South Venice. The GONDO- 29c per pound. fI
he Venice Gardens Homeown- I tea' at the public tK.M for less than $4 and $8.
1'1 Assn tfter the suMlvlsion Speaking( in 'support !os? the
revisions were Finn
management proposed
relocated its of
'let chairman of the
and lighted W Caapersen
entrance sign
C.
C
and
''v fal hundred Advisory Committee
feet further
!south> last fall (Chloe) Johnson speaking for.

Charles (Chuck) Schmitt, the Venice Area Board of Realtors
Rice of Casey
Warren
'
lire l Projectdwns' initiated 'and en Key owner of Signs of Sara-

aq the costs and! espensaborna sots? also.upheld, the proposed

h,L the homeowner group ,The revisions, in f.vor" .

Ration! has stf I n.d a 10- Strongest presentation was
revisions
,ot pronosed
contract
with JTT, to as who urged"a
: continuation of made by Casoersen .
: tb.ef'.er- reasonable set of ragula.Uons"

Schmitt that would respect the I
lauded
the "splendicl I
COolltrallo"" rjghts_ of Individual property
of Venice FPL -
.gested that I
Iftsniller owners And he u
Joseph A. and
Ryan into :
run
ml ht
the county
HMfn..c.om! ny personnel trouble in an attempt to challeng :
street l tIhtlnC ero
I editing
pCt for the VGHA was Ben in the courts

innra.an*.rl'vtncl _committee violations Caspersen. urged new lelaFOR -


iiNG service on 1 1I1
for COMPLETE
ROOM .new ...

:Iock.:swIsar r sale at the'Nestle all'makes Lee't of power Lawn Mower Mo..recheck InN I' ',CCO. E. TOCNGBEKQ: ;;: FREDERIC- -- ; H. HANSON .. I*, (Sam) BEREON JR." -- EARLS. KILrL&aU- -- BH6DE8 U. Me IBaW WDDr1-Jl r 1 Ii Iit

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I GONDOLIER Venice: Fla. Monday i Augu.t 3, 1964

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f (Continued from Page 1) Venice in the Sarasota Daily city of Southern Sarasota engineer, was increased from
Times of Nov 18, 1925 stated County" 30 to 102 members,
In the day the last shovel of "The big dredge recently purchased He explained the BLE Real. From then on until 1929 llttl ; bt'b 'I'IM
sand was moved and the floodwaters the mention made of the port, V '
for use on Casey's Pass ty Corp was undertaking was It :
impounded In Roberts Is still held up at Boca Grande, dredging project that would the BLE apparently bending all
Bav rushed to join the gulf the high seas of the past few result in the deep water harbor their efforts to building the i
The force of the. water open. days making It Impossible to but added "when the operation City of Venice as quickly as
'I"1 e'sin' the man mndo channel get: it on the job." is completed the BLand podsible l'r
I I until the pass was nearly as the Albee interests will The Idea of a great port still
.,;; Urge as It I Is today. Finally Got Her jointly have Casey'i Pass Jet. lingered in the memory of Dr.

Among those who helped In The big dredge did finally ar tied so that the sand taken out Albee however, and In 1935 hand
1 the undertaking, in addition to rive and in a prominent article by dredging will be preventedfrom 13.'S. Senator Roval S
B. F Blackburn were: J. H. In the Dec 3. 1925 issue of filling in the pass kgaln Copeland, a resident of VenIce .
Lord, George, Wes and Gene "This Week in Sarasota" it was "When' the local operations succeeded In persuading
I H'gel! ; Charles Claude and reported in the headlines, are completed,'' he added, the U. S Army Corps of En| .
Frank Curry; Walter and Albert "Deep.water Channel to Gulf "the government Is expected neers to build the present VenIce .

I .' Blackburn; A F. Reed with 22 Feet of Water Through to carry. on any further operations Inlet Jetties, with a permanent .
'" and Alex PennyIt the Pass at Venice May Be necessary to perfect nine-foot channel ,to

Is important to note that Opened Within Next 10 Days," I the harbor." Roberts Bay, at government s
at the beginning, the BLE The article then went on to Dr: Albee noted that the toogrephlcal expense, "
Realty: Corp planned to develop say: "The big hydraulic dredge condition at Ca.. The fact that Senator Cofre- I
the new City of Venice steamed in there a week or ey's Pass made it ideal for land was. a member of the Rivers .
ultnncouslv with :Dr:: Al more ago and has been con. harbor development, pointingto and Harbor Committee : i
bee' White City consisting of tinuously at work along the the fact that it wai nece. may well have had some In. e M
Bay point and Nokomis. Later pass since then It 1 Is working sarv to dredge only a matter i fluence In getting the necessary y

that idea was dropped and the day and night pumping out a of 000 feet to reach 30 feet of appropriation through n..... J-- A
Brotherhood developed Venice channel for barge and boat water in the gulf Con cress OoMoItar pboo hr Chute K*
I on its own. that will soon be making a I Although a* far a* known no
I He also said a survey of the EARTH-MOVING MONSTERS are changing the appear'ante large 'dozer grade the material to form approaches '
with
On Nov, 11, 1925 it was announced port of entry for ships commercial ships have ever '
In a dispatch from lumber and building supplies. gulf bottom at that point show. used the Port of Venice, the of the landscape where' the new $600,000 bridge is to condition permit, the existing bridge may be reopened 1 1a ft'
Venice that "Venice expects togo "The comparatively short ed that clay Is deposited only a federal government has received be constructed acres Lemon Bay to North Manasota Key period a* the structure will not be removed until necesiu:

under the wire ahead of distance from the cult to the few feet beneath the sand, 10 some good from the Instal. A* power shovel scoop up fill from nearby borrow pits,
that the would find a
Sarasota In the race for deep pass required to bring in a jetties latlon of the rockbound jetties.
foundation without art
water navigation and the bid 22.foot channel from deep firm During World War II the U.S.
for a port of entry water i II one of the most astounding tidal means Army Bomber Base used the VFW AuxiliaryWill VENICE INLET TIDES STUMP PASS TIDES

"A dredge has been pur engineering! discoveries Except for an announcementon harbor at Tarpon Center a* a
chased for $65.000 for the pur of the day on this coast. Feb. 25, 1928, that an application home base of its crash boat A Meat Today HIGH LOW HIGH LW

pose of dredging a deep water It at once makes Venice the had been made to the few years ago during the mis- I MONDAY, AUG. 3 7:01: am IU: pm MONDAY, AUG. 3 SOS am 420): )
channel from the Gulf of Mexico 'Miracle City' of rapid accomplishments U. S. Corps of Engineers for sale target firing of the Reguus Tamlaml Memorial Post 81JJ -
to Casey's Pass and a landlocked ," one report permission to construct jetties II by the Chance Volght of Veterans of Foreign 'War TUESDAY, AUG. 4 7:59: am 1:50: pm TUESDAY, AUG 4 901am: j::2 s];
i harbor here, so that said In the gulf to protect the chan Company the U. S. CoastGuard will meet today at 8 p.m. at -
coastwise ships may enter "A a port of entry it would nel, nothing more was heardof also stationed Its large NorwOOd Roofing Co on South WEDNESDAY, AUG. S 8:58: am 11.7: pm WEDNESDAY, AUG 5 1000am: ; e"ty; ;
with their cargoes It is understood at once surpass Tampa, for the dredging until the Sara patrol boat here for some time. Seaboard Avenue -
that work will begin ships could come in and unload iota Daily Times announcedin Although Venice may have The Auxiliary will meet at THURSDAY, AUG. 8 9:58: am 8:35: pm THURSDAY, AUG. e 10:58 am fijj: ;
\ on this project within the next almost before they could big headlines on April 20, lost its vision of a great port, the same hour at Venice Civic - -

two) weeks get up to Tampa Bay and 1926 that the "Noted Harbor It: gained one of the finest fish. Center: .- .-v- --
However a dispatch from dock"A Expert Major Gen Black, Engaged : ng facilities in the Venice In- i

---.. few days later Dr Albee by Venice I "Co.: as Con let Jetties on the entire west
ALLEN was host at a dinner meetingat suiting Engineer, coast
the Villa Nokomis (now The article then went on to What more could a city ask
Convalescent and Cardinal's) and in the courseof say, "Major General W. M

Nursing Home his remarks aid: "Few Black, U. S. Army, retired,
people realize the very great has been engaged by the BLE
24 Hour Nunina Service Mrs.\ Cutler Dies
importance of a deepwater and Realty Corp. as consulting en.
Phone Venice tu.nnhr ( land-locked harbor in the development {inter for the harbor of Ven
roNCB os LION AVI.
of this rising young Ice, In Baltimore

"Coming to Venice for a

week' stay, General Black has Mrs Pauline Rubsamen Cutler .

made a thorough study of Ven 72, of 612 Madrid Ave.,
I ice Bay and Casey's Pass, and died Thursday at University",
I Is drawing up recommendations .
Hospital In Baltimore, Md. o e
as to the proper procedure She came here in 1950 from

in establishing a modern Amherst, Va, where she was
and adequate deep water portin
i manager of Sweetbrlar College
Chevrolet
Impala Sport CovjnChny
the new city.
for four years. She was manger
The article out,
pointed of Manasota Beach dub
"General Black Is perhaps one from 1950-60( Her birthplace
of the best known engineers of was New York City.
I
the country on port and harbor Mr. Cutler wa a charter

development Prior to his member of Venice Yacht Club,
wartime service as chief of
member of
a Venice Hospital
the engineer corps of the Auxiliary Volunteers and of Stlark' .
army, he was for a numberof Episcopal Church.
years in charge of all river
Survivors include two sons,
and harbor development for S. C. Cutler Jr., Venice; Earn-

the government"As est William Cutler of Deerfield,
1 district engineer in Florida
111.I ; a daughter, Mr. Pauline
General Black obtained a
knowledge of conditions In the White of Baltimore; a brother '1
Herbert Schultz Rubsamen of
state In fact It was under his
b Baltimore; a sister, Miss Orla
direction that the famous Jet.
Louise Rubsamen of Boston
ties at the mouth of the St. ,
and
10 grandchildren.
Johns River Jacksonville,
A
private Episcopal Church
were recommendations constructed,that and enabledthe made funeral service will be con. Jt Nova Sport Coup

J ducted Wednesday at Rawles
of to build
City Tampa a
7rr Funeral Home
channel to what is now Port Chapel. The
Tampa family requests those wishing
to 1 make memorial
contributions
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As far as known no record
has been preserved of the Genoral' contribute to South Sara
Iota County Assn. for Retard.
recommendation but
I'd i Children
: the BLE Realty Corp must
have thought highly of them

_ since his company, Black Me-
Kinney & Stewart, of Washing- BUCKELEWContinued

ion. D. C., shortly afterwards
took: ofer the entire engineering ( from pg D

work for the BLE, the weighed 115 pounds, while
Southern Construction Engineers Carla tipped the scale at

of Sarasota, voluntarily 115% pound
-I ti ,: relinquishing their contract Another son, Buddy, 11, won
Chief Engineer George E, second place in the youth division .
Youngberg Sr, war retained by j of the 1962 tournament Corsair Jl/onsa Club Coxp.America's ,

the new company and almost when he was just nine year .. ...
: overnight Youngberg' start of old by hauling and entering ,
a 102-pound fish.

I Other South County prizewinners
_ Insurance Firm In the 1964 tournament

Included Vincent F. Karntk e(

if Opened By HeidenKenneth Englewood, Tune-up Award;
Tracy and Clays Cues of Nokomls. best sellers.

Everythingseems Heiden, who has second place winner lathe
10th and llth week of
competitions
been insurance agent for the
to respectively I Harold
go Lakeland firm of State Senator :
I and Kitty Childs of Osprey,
i Scott Kelly, gubernatorial can first place winner In the sixth
smoother didate In the Democratic primary and 10th week; Hiram Child, Your best
last bas his !
May, opened here Osprey, third place winner during buys
when own insurance agency the fourth week and BrooksH

Child
Osprey, second
place winner In the eighth
you have week of competition

was Charles third A place Cues winner of Sarasota In the Now at Chevrolet Dealer'sStand

a FINANCIALSECURITY ninth week and l Patricia A your

', Guess, his wife, was third place
winner in the final week of

: competition. They are the son
and daughter-ln of Mr. and

Mr*. Cleve Guess, operators of
the Gull Wind Marina at No-

It's not what you earn but what you save that komls to reaaon:America's number one Or
possibly you'd prefer the carefree
i _
'ws Ifs, can have got to be your beat buy. Corvair.
determines your future. Start now . save M Again this year that means your 80
15 TAPPED come ahead. Choose your favorite
of all greatest buys in any size are at your 'dim MAN WITH THI MU tUYS from the
45 beat the
Remember among in
pert you earn. savings placed (Continued from Page 1) Chevrolet dealer one-clop chopping way
w world to go in the number one automobile -
oungberg Sr., David
here by 3 P.M._August IOth will earn ,from mown, Edward J. Ewing WUk-, center. Take your pick. M *.
4, Perhaps the Jet-mooth Chevrolet- '
Paul Maurer. 0 But hurry.The .
lit. Come America' beat Belling automobile.
in
August
\ today. For one year terms H. N. way they're going no telling how
'
(Bud) Wlmmers, Larrynode ' Or maybe the fun-loving Chevy II to
YOUR CHEVROLET toon they'll l an be
k DEALER gone
*, Earle L. Kllton. many :young families go steady with
,t n 'Frederick H. Hanson, Samuel these daYL Better lee your Chevrolet dealer
H. (Sam) Herron Jr. before a thing like Out happen!
I KENNETH HEIDEN
10-
SARASOTA with offices In his home at 812
ADOPTED SWALLOWS Garr>rofd'Rieg
le't1utyl'CorvaIrandlorrartlt..Na1CarA11o-1t'adreA11'a11Ln
LJ Venezia Parkway tobuyNoidofyorefkalerh
CCDCQ1Lswb Heiden, a native New Englander SAUNA Kan. (AP) Mrs. __ 'H __._,
ga and loan aeeoolatloert came to Florida in Robert Roemer of Klpp Kan,
1831. He moved to Venice last became mother to a nest of
t C, July to make hi* permanent baby bam wallow after thenest oeeess
residence her. He and his sea found on her truck
V Venice Office: 446 So. Trail wife Alice, have six children. who* she was hauling wheat
''t During World War II Heiden I Mr. Roemer
added mash,
n Sarasota Office; 1718 Main Street DUNCAN
ON served three year with the water and an eyedropper to her CHEVROLET
4-b___! .* Shopping,Center C Gulf Sat Shopping Center. (thUS. Air Force in England equipment and fed the babies
I He has been in the insurance while waiting for the truck .to

business 17 years, I be loaded and "-'itatiaaV 'U.$. 41 and EnaJ t ood Rd. Venice

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The GONDOLIER, Venice FTe Monday, Xitftf, 3.1964-1



Our Politics 3merest Germans, ::11{ J




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I It would probably be a no- has is devoted to tennis and friend whom he met in Frank. S. Military Government thereafter ':
I t u contest election in Novemberif soccer. furt and the two men will then the war. She was also a '
i iA t President Johnson could an- Hirsch and Voss will take a drive back to New York in correspondent for a textile '
} nex the votes of the German trip through the Everglades order to give Klaus a better company. The Hirsches met in 't'n :1
r h Tel /( i,. people, according to Klaus and down to the Keys before picture of this country. this country as classmates in : ; I
Voss, 27-year-old visitor to this his departure. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Hirsch was a teacher a Spanish class in his native ::
country Hirsch will drive him to At- of English In Germany as well Pennsylvania He is retired I
Voss Is a guest at the homeof lanta for a reunion with a as a court reporter with the U. from General Motors Corp :

N his uncle and aunt, Mr. and J f
Y I Mrs. Fred Hirsch of 613 South
r P i '4R.A Armada Road. Prior to his ar (
i
A Nrrt4yh rival here a week ago, he had p '
r 1t spent some time In New York

, 1 and Washington on this, his
first visit to the United States.
P
: The tremendous popularityof
the late President Kennedy

y j, t 1 ''r ?jd. in Germany has carried over
T to his successorVOss said Always v ,i ife
." 'a r .a interested in American
politics, the German people are ''ra
pleased with the fact that Ken-
tx..w gM n t. a I Ip'
+ nedy's policies are being fol-
dl lowed by President Johnson.
The Republican conventiontook wt '
place just II few days before .
fa wdift' Voss left for this country
; 4 l n b '" //w fj dtr Nat and he said the reactions of

AREA LINGUISTS who have offered to assist Venice Police eral languages to Dept., Venice Hospital and Venice Art Chamber of Commerce help. Standing left to right are Mrs Flora Suteu,
with language problems arising at those offices are Mrs Clara Atwood and Ant Police Chief Allen Slat+rr, Seatedat He did say that generally :
those he talked with did not 'a w te J
I shown discussing how and when they might serve They are the desk of Police Chief John Shockey, who was on vacation .OPT b ra
for Goldwater, believingthat ,
members of Venice Area Business and Professional Women'sClub last week but came in to talk with the BPW members, care w.
he Is too extreme in his
which his sent a list of seven members who speak sev are Mrs. Maria Polo, left, and Mrs George Oibbs. tK e l
comments. He also Is consider. n t,
Posr ed an isolationist in Germanyand 741 ..+''pKt'a'd't '"i'W H eierrrp ;', e9e iON
has been criticized for his u
seeming disinclination to take C .._
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Area Linguists Offer To Assist a definite' stand on the civil HIS FIRST VISIT to the United States, coffee Friday were the young visitor and Mr
Paso rights question. Klaus Voss and his aunt, Mrs. Fred Hirsch, and Mrs Hirsch The Hirsch home is at 813 II '
I Voss is liking very much have a lot of "catching up" on family news, Armada Road South. Klaus. from Frankfurt- I
what he is seeing in the country and there is no better place than at the on-the-Maine, will be in this country until ,
He reported that duringa breakfast table. Lingering over the morning late August. I' -
Community As Free Interpreters week in New York City he :
was never treated other than : I
courteously and was surprisedto Guest MinistersAt :
hear New York has a repu- BPW Committees \
Most good Ideas are simple proceeded to do something soluble language barrier and Brown, Italian; Mrs. Blanche tation for being otherwise He Emmanuel I
and Mrs Val Mattox of Venice about it.Last court cases have had to wait Celli!, Polish, Mrs Mary Gibbs, will trend a few additional
Area Business and Profesnonal II week Venice Hospital, unti.; an interpreter could be French, Mrs. Maria Polo, days there before leaving tot \While Rowe AwayThe "
Women's Club, came up Venice Chamber of Commerce found .
of
Area home the latter part August Dates AnnouncedAnnouncement '
Spanish, Mrs. Adeline Heath, Rev Charles I. Rowe, ,
with:: a real goodie I and Venice Police De- Seven members, who speaka .
German' and Mrs Clara Atwood ? pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran
At least the Venice Police I partment received lists of the combined six languages, have
Voss Is a native of Rams-
Germ.n.Other Church, will be on vacation,
offered their services. ,
Department thinks so. I women, the languages in which Ablest linguist of .the sevenis members of the world child, where his aunt lived be- of standing tee members at the home of Aug 930 While he is away. j
She has recently been named I they are adept and their offerto Mrs Flora Suteu who, in affairs committee are Mesdames fore coming to this country in committee chairmen for the Mrs Gurda at 247 South Harbor Sundav services will continue 1"
chairman of the group's world ; help organisations when addition to English, speaks Rumanian Maria Polo, Alta Jennings 1955. His home now is In year and dates of the various with Church School at 9:15 a. 1
Hairs committee., This committee they are confronted with a language French and Spanish. Ethel Long and Mae Frankfurt where Is Is the District Venice Area Business and Pro- Drive m end worship at 1030.: '
Is concerned with communications problem. committee of HISSI! spent for Eisele The monthly dinner and business -
Others, who speak one addit Wrede, retiring fessional Club's August meetings On Aug 8 and Aug. 18 the
and reciprocal I Both Venice Hospital Administrator lonal language,.are: Mrs Tes heed Machine and Tool Co His work are made today by the meeting will be on August Rev Maurice Beery of Sara- "" -
helpfulness between membersin Ronald T. Hanson and makes good use of his excellent. board of directors 12 at 8:30: p.m. at Ciro's Venetian seta will be guest minister and ron
different countries, which Involves VACC Executive Secretary, English] and his somewhat l less' Chairmen, announced by Moon. Approval of the the 23rd and 30th the Rev
language abilities.' Adm. C A (Nick) Keller were proficient Spanish and Italian. will George Ackerly of Port Charlotte .
President Enochs
Margret
When she had collected the most appreciative, and said Girl Angels Win Ball Games Voss reports that Chancellor be: Mrs Ruth Soverelgs,, pro- year's budget will be the major will fill\ the pulpit
tames of the members who '0. Erhard I it highly popular with gram coordinator; Mrs Ann item of business and officers ..
write, understand and speak The Police Department was Western Germans and that the Thompson membership; Mrs. request the attendance of all Masons To Meet
different languages, it occurredto delighted So often )in their Ep..t-West Germany situation Is
Fay Albright, civic participa. members at what they considerone
her that this might be of work, Chief John Shockey and Despite Lack Of "Angel"at still a serious problem The tion, Mrs. Lilli Gurda, finance; of the most important Once In AugustThe
value to the city and with the Asst Chief Allen Slater ,said, ,'c common: market has greatly Mrs. Pierce ,
Hope legislation: meetings of the Reservations r
permission of the linguists she they are confronted with an In. benefited all of Europe, he Mrs. Irene Shockey, personal be made year.by calling only August meeting of
The sponsor.less Venice Angels Linda Pond, Dorothy Orlhweln, +.nld development; Mrs. Evon Williams Mrs may Gurda. Venice Lodge 301. Free and :, '
a Softball team of high Sharon Morton, Linda Wolfe, Courteously uncommunicative publicity and public re- Officers also request that all Accepted Masons will be held t
school age girls, are much Penny' Shadduck, Diane Cutler about his bachelorhood. he lations, and Mrs. Val Mattox, members who wish to attend nt 8 P,m. today at the Masonic t
STARTS TODAY more successful at winning Kris Led. Jean Lindner, did Indicate that this state will world affairs. the BPW birthday dinner for Temple. East Venice Ave. ,.to.
games than interesting backers Linda Sarty, Georgia Williamson probably change within year George R. Collett Jr. worshipful I
Charlie at the
Mrs.
Diana Shadduck, Lea He said that his work Is far too First meeting of the month Hagerman master, urged all Master
Unable to find a local back. Bradshaw and Carol Boat demanding for him to have will be on Wednesday, a board Plaza Restaurant in Sarasota Masons to attend. Refreshments .
er they nevertheless began much play time but what he meeting for executive commitA Saturday make their reservations will be served following
wright by calling Mrs Sovereignor
playing in June and have won Mrs. Enochs. the meeting. ,
four out of four, so far. The BPW District meet Is ---- ,"f ti'

A game with Osprey, set for r. set for Aug 30 In Bradenton Outboard Club ,', ,
Thursday, was rained out. Next The meeting place will be an- ': ,
To Meet 10
appearance will be Thursdayat nounced later this month Aug.
730: p.m. at the Little Lea- 4 wdk The Venice.Nokomls Area
r. 't 'S4 afgr4'
gue Field when the girls meet ? Outboard Boating Club will] ;
AUGUST 3 4 and 5
the Fort Myers team for the hold it* first business! meeting t
S Dresses Sportswear first time. Their four games Card Party To Have under the direction of Ms new t "J'
and victories have been againstthe Iv installed officers Aug. 10 at
Englewood-Lemon Bay Three HostessesThree 8 p.m. in the community room
THE RESORT SHOP ttA.ii of Sarasota Federal Savings
team tai s hostesses will\] be In and Loan AssnCommodore ;"
Charlie Butler Is coach. .' sh charge of the Venice-Nokomis Fred Rhors requests \,
205 W. VENICE AYE Team members are: Misses y b; Woman's Club social card members to bring ,

party Wednesday at 1 p,m. at guests
the clubhouse on North Harbor j
M Drive If you are planning to ore. .
;vas They are Mesdames E. E pare curried chicken ahead to
( Blau Exon, Earl Browning and Henry reheat in the oven you might 1\
.A e e ddiAr B. Lake like to sprinkle the top of the 4.
Door prizes will be awarded casserole with flaked coconut I
e and refreshments served. As an accompaniment to the

t v ,,lr All members and their guestsare dish serve mango chutney and
r welcome. ground roasted peanuts.IN .

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SARASOTA ---
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'I' SUMMER LAMP CLEARANCE!

WE NEED SPACE . THESE LAMPS MUST BE SOLD
, TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCKI!

"I\ __ 1 TABLE LAMPS ap .to
'. s', as ea.a. $9.98 & $1 O
Irnnlan' ) .,?-,,--, .IY ti,

"il" TABLE LAMPS .p .. 41" -. 50% OFF ,. '
'il". T hid. .fcicImM .! ,

DESK LAMPS (lH.d. i Intlud.A.ntuUr S8 4
: \ hat . .... $6. I

. BUSMAN HOLIDAY for pretty Sally visited, and her parents joined her here later. ..... SHADES A SELECTION_ or _, 50% OFF
c ,{ ?':\ Praswell, junior art student at Auburn University While in Venice, she worked on two paintings i
was spent with her aunt and uncle, a self-portrait which she is completing, RON DELeS LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE
'. ..,' Col. and Mrs William E Haley of Bayshore above, and a portrait of her mother. The I
Road. Sally returned with them from her Braswells left for Birmingham oa Thursday I 1115 So Trail, Sarasota
home In Birmingham where they recently
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, FIRST FEDERAL Rainbow Girls l. 955.8956'i

'*, In Venice :.&;' i I' Plan Aug. 19 c1I1


WITH SAVE SAFETY HERB -f. ., t Fashion ShowVenice ', !.' of:; I. SUMMER FASHION8fi I &..I;

: ,
YOUR AND EARNING CASH AVAIUBtBWHEN POWHL ", ,, ;It, ,.' Assembly,5T, Order of ;; : : i I i .

YOU WANT'IT. _, S: the Rainbow for Girls, have
set their summer fashion show

SAVE BY AUGUST 10th. EARN FROM AUGUST lit for Au,. It at S p.m. at Venice

Gardens Recreation Center

9 +reST In addition to member modes .

mothers, younger brothers
and sisters and member. of DeUolay -

awaaorna..naousrsaaasnAaFIRST64J, will assist In presentingfall Due to the fact that our Fall Merchandise arrived unexpectedly ..rly. . OUR PROBLEM IS "SPACE. "''
fashions tram Montgomery
: We must clear out our summer ttockl!

Miss Roberts Janie, Bruin Sarasota worthy advisor ALL SUMMER DRESSES. . 20% TO 60% OFF ; ;art

is in charge, and Miss SEVERAL TAB' ES OF Sr CRTS WEAR . DRASTICALLY REDUCED ,
EaERAt Rose Stevenson will be in p
IN fo NI QAtf' hIOt1' QH QI .!JI..Jiflot4; charge of decorations.

I JlAI.AI\. ,., There will be entertainment TODAY THE NEST LEWOOD AUGUST 3 .
'
( ,!.tAI'f'II I : and door prizes and refreshments TUESDAYWEDNESDAY AUGUST 4
will be served. 5r
Fashions will include, sports, W. Venice Ave. AUGUST S
"Our thMMIi Annl"'f y w ichool clothes, 'date dresses

fend evening wears 1d
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4Th. GONDOLIER, Vne? Ft*. Monday, JCugn.1' 3, 19(4 __


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II To The Editor: I am a winter of
I'I I mien or nut ASSOCIATED PRMJ MEMBER or Tae FLORIDA PHESB: ASSOCIATION I wish to express my thanksto Venice. '

I I, 1 TIle Awkted P... to uelu.lvl' .,tide 5e.. lor r.pubil....t,.. or .u m. dI.p.khs .e.dit.d MM. The GONDOLIER for the Your recent open letter to the MODERATE
I .. ear oth.....'.. .redl d I. 8,1 .._. end .1. .bad a.ra ..bllobed h.nla AU rlehr..1.0ptlblla0SO -. very fine coverage afforded President prompted me to alert
._101 dUpalcha. a. ... i.nf,.... the comments that I made at you to the dangers confrontingour
TIle MW> and kwal advartMai amMit at thla aawrlfhtaa' d' sod te lasxtaUatttoa. to awnaaljr the Venlce-Nokomla Rotary nation which In my opinion
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forkldika ar wrltuci tmnlaalo .
auapi *
Club recently with respect to are grave.
"abll.bed Eaf Moods sod Thundn ..... 11044 L: Mluu. Ana.U5.rsd the hospital development program As it turns out, It appears
Al -.d CIooo Muter As Post Olfleo St "...., PIsoddo I wish to emphasize one that the so-called Civil Rights

f fact, however. I, personally Bill might have been more
i, EDWARD D. BALL..................................... Editor and Publisher was not forecasting a 206 bed properly labeled the "Civil. .

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager hospital for our area by 1970. I Strife Bill." 1

SAM DILLON ... ............................... News and Newsphoto Editor was simply relating the factsas L. A. PETTIT.'
presented' In a comprehensive Sister Bay, Wls.
ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent study made by our architects .

Reynolds, Smith and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.21 per six: months, $2.79 Hills. How valid their statistics To The Editor:

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $8.23 per year, $.29 are I really don't know. I The purpose of this letter Is

per six months, <$3 per three months.wlwa. feel that the 206 bed hospital to thank your fine paper for V J
Ads nlun.. Krprwentuinil rio Ida 'NIP Barvtea CalnaKrilla., Plat> Anwricu Nmpap Rap. will very definitely become a the editorial support given to
...... N.. York. N V.I At)..... G.., Dtlpolt. Mick reality some day but I prefernot the organizational meeting of

being held accountable for United Fund for South Sarasota .

having personally predictedthat County, Inc. We are certain National Politics BaffleToday's
. Democracy Can EndureOne we would reach this size that your paper's support I
by 1970. This was strictly an contributed to the success of
estimate made by our architects. ! the meeting.

of the most lovable things about missioner or II sheriff or I constable Now that we have our own
Teen GenerationBy
democracy II! the (fact that it can stand and carries out the duties of hit offic. to Sincerely) yours, United Fund in the south county
RONALD T. HANSON. we must look to the citizensof
the best of hit considerable abilities Laws -
people.
\ Administrator. this area to help us strength
It survives political campaign marled ere mad. and peopl are sal* In their en this valuable organization, EUGENE GILBERT tral government and Stanley less government control
and not only with their annual gifts President Gilbert Youth Butenskl, 13, of Brooklyn add. more states' rights for the
best roads
by a sound and fury that at its i II hornet and taxes are spent for "
To The Editor: of money, but also volunteering Research Inc. ed, "It's someone who wants pie.
childish and at its worst vicious. It survives schools, and the needy are cared for, and The construction of a bureaucratic their time In helping us builda American teen-agers have en4l

I voters who don't, bosses who do, the sunshine children go to school and time moves mechanism was begun well balanced program of Just flunked a qulzz on politics.But .

patriot who fades when the clouds on. Things cant get too fouled up In II under Roosevelt and has con-. human services which their then how would a thous- *
tinued ever since less apa\ ,. gifts of money will make pos and and more representativeadults Venice Area Church Directory
gather, and the generally inept handlingof democracy there are too many Interested ent during the Eisenhower sible. do with it?

the man whose ayes are not fixed on bystanders.With years, but presently going fullspeed. We, who have pledged our With national attention focused .
higher ground. democracy certain time and talents toward on the upcoming Presidential ST. NATHANIEL'S EPISCOPAL TVNITT MKTHODIST UHUACR
comes a suspicion
It has captured the executive achieving a successful United election we were curious CHURCH wal.,. to..
Democracy can endure even political of the man In office. Not becausethe branch of our government and Fund will work diligently for whether the young people were earn Old web COO Sate... LlrhthawR. Orflo') Worship North Srrrlrai'Port Sedan Cfcarlott. Ii4l

campaigns. And !if( one pays any attentionto man Is anything but a fin., true American subverted both the Congressand even greater understanding of keeping up on such matters. A aunde... 80..1 P.t.r_0.. 1 M.d.11_......V,. ... WBCSt Pint Monday. I-00 pa*. a.ai

a campaign: he wonders how, for by but became with democracy comet the courts and attempts to our aims. And what they ran key to their awareness would gob Commusws. lu cad and ......,.. Official Beard I.siwod. . Toaiday. I *..
nullify the Constitution. It is mean to our growing community seem to be their understanding .
the time election day rolls around the natural distrust of and Instinctive EPISCOPAL MISSION
a power of VENICE ASSEMBLY OF COD
time to be alarmed so that the as we strive to reach our current political vocabulary At Seoul Her,
voters have been assured that each, candidate feeling that none should be "In" too long voters may go to the polls in major objective of "one annual Vmloa.Br-War Victor. Maurlaa.at Menu'Poets AraniMKn. Patar II...., Vlaah

is a rogue, or Inefficient, or a tool an idea too new for countries without November with a determina campaign for all maior So we asked 1187 of them Snadar. School. IDlOO .-... SmaVj "1M":. :.B.JTaiahlp. ..+..,.
tion to in an orderly manner, voluntary health, welfare end across the country to name an Mornln Wonhlp, 11 iW ,.. FIRST BAPTIST
CHTTBCHM.
,
of Industry (lor labor democratic form of rule Evinltil Barrioa, ttOO am.Wadnariar. .
) (or management) to .
a acc.pt.Aft.r ..
restore our government to the youth programs.." American politician who could ...... at tln.. l:0 .... 55. BM.Tka .
(or "certain lntrstt") or that he will all, how much good dos It do will-of\ the people.I Thank you again for helpingus be called an "extreme right. (a*. Chow Mtefatanluodavl & OnlaaaHaia

empty the treasury end fill the {ails. for Ivan to want to keep an eye on the was invited to Washingtonto off to a good! start. ist." VKNICE-NOKOMIS METHODIST *.,"..... Su.day Sohaol.

Then the election is over, and a duly man who It in charge? H* may not even help set up a new agency A. WALTER JOHNS, Pres, The poll was taken before the Palm. Anew *CHURCH Polnantta, SI-tti lltMa.aa INS....,. Tonal Wonklp Pearls Sarrlal.
and witnessed what was taking United Fund of South Sarasota recent Republican National John Lam Jon... ,.._. Mat
elected candidate becomes a governor or know who's on first, much less who just place from 1939 to 1939. County Inc., Venice. Convention in San Francisco, warship Barvfeaai 1:10 *... a.d U TAR aa>, Ooapat Barrka
.. .....
see Wodoaadtyl f toe MM- Pm
a president or a congressman or a coon.I scored. Asheville Citizen-Times. which focused attention on the Churelt s..M saa am.M.thedl or a.r.to.
question of rightism. Had it .s 01111I Pdbw.blp. 5,85, 0m.
been taken after the convention CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENB

the answers might have SOU EMMANUEL a. r....'...'LUTHERAN Tel1541045, : CHURCH South. TonloaImt .
II" These Wars Are Over YOUR GOVERNMENT been different but here's what ,...... Tlx Bar Ch..... L Bow But of Juonloa 41 and Try
"I / they were then: Chorea School,I .tlt ass O. M. A.d........ Mists. *
Worship 10M, avail PIoo. 4SS-JOO
I J . A WEEKLY Y REPORT BY Over two-thirds of them ftnadar School pet a.auMornlni
At long last it looks at if something after aM1 couldn't come up with a name LAKESIDK LUTHERAN CHURCH Worahlp, terse, Ma
year year. 4 aiL South oo U.8. 41 Toajth Sanrioa fiW .....
constructive may be done within the fore. The taxes are often called luxury levies. at all. Of the remainder, 16 rem Ran Malvla H. 11.,... 48MM4 -aalni Samoa nine: ,...,
per cent mentioned Sen. Barry Wotahlp __ Zees a.av Wadaaaiay Pear M5s ttS ....
seeable future about those federal excite But that to most minds, It a misnomer. Goldwater. Others referred to Snndar. School (ill .....
Bib) Cow till ... CATHOIJOCRURCH
or talt t..11 that are a hangover The toilet articles used universally by k FARRIS BRYANT such diverse personalities as or THE CPIPHANT
Gov. Nelson FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST: ..... Harbor DoNe and
Rockefeller Sen. Sanaou Straa
from World Warr II and the Korean women hardly fall Into the luxury classIn Governor of Florida SCIENTIST Talaphomi. aSS-tlll
Jacob Davits, Gov. William 101 Wan Vavloa. A_.., Ra...... Mam. Oath W. OuaaaUua.
War.A. our kind of society. Nor do handbags, Scranton Atty. Gen. :Robert F. TanMSunitw PaatorSuidv
House has been AGE OF COMPASSIONIn age SonfeM, 11 Laa.S Mnaaaa, tWIntcr Sehadnla. .
committee studying wallets all of which Kennedy Gov. George Wallaceand
or wedding rings, are ..da, Sataaot II a.a>. ,... uau .001 aja letM a.ak
spit of all our individualand Fifty years ago even 30- Sen. Everett Dirksen. Wadnavlar, .... _....
them with a view to ultimate revision. It o-r Saturday ItM at *iMaxax
subject to the tax. Nor does coat with
II collective self-centered-: it was generally believed that Definitions of the tearm "ex Realms Room 10 .... to 4 .... daltfaioapt .' and fee (a ale ....
h expected that reductions if not total II little fur trim which ts another tax. ness, we live in an age of com- goals such as these could not treme rightist" ran the gamut _B..d.Inn..from. and f kolldan to I. and Friday

repeal will come within two years or soaked item passion. For the first time in have been achieved without an from "super patriot" to "seg NORTH PORT' CHARLOTTE

.. This emphasizes often overlookedfact recorded history, on a massive intolerable loss of freedom. regationist and advocator of GRACE 00....METHODIST of PlaM and CHURCH o... cuuaCHesrifler
an
scale, compassion has become But they are being achieved, slavery. A 17-year-old boy Ra*. Edward DlnklnaSnnda PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
If this turns out to be the case, the that we nd to close attention an effective national emotion, and because Americans ? IIcbL ..,.1 .... OammunHy Gum
pay are from Lyndhurst Ohio said Wonhlp .... Dr. Tae+.ns J r.-.. Mlnaitar
"eamoa" lliOt
government will be just about 20 years to taxes other than the income tax. and has shaped our responses voluntarily assuming the burdens that an extreme rightist is "aperson M. T. F. tiOO a.at Sunday....-.. II100-.. Wonhlp.Harriot.
to of the problems of our of the blessings Blhla. Study tilt .... W.dn..dar. Child' Clan hold alaaaH aaoua
late In getting around to this particular And we need to pay special attention to many citizenship, who wants immediate with Adult.. aarraoa
time. of freedom are becomingmore change backward," while a SEVENTH; DAY : '
kind of ADVEN1I8TPooono
tax reform.
When the
excise taxeswere taxes which are Imposed supposedly, for The people of Florida and manifest, and more generally 14-year-old Brooklyn girl felt Trail H mi out at RL 41Nokomla. OALVART REFORMED CHURCH

Imposed, everyone expected that the duration of a real emergency and America are finding ways to enojyed}' that the label applied to one boom. Fla.Paitor. L .Canta OF VEN1CB GARDENS

they would b* ended with the wars that then are continued long after that emergency use their government as effective We shall not win the war on "who is emotionally strong for 1IorYt_, Satnrdw. 1:10 .-... \t4t.Prayar The Rat SOS. North Frank i Banyaa. Sharon Dew, PaalofSunday
tools for the expression of otrto i f ISO Tnoo I democracy even to the brinkof ...
in battle. shall School I.
were responsible for them. But Congresstook has passed into history. This is the their for the poverty one W* i -
I concern common not cure the disease. to which war. Mornlni' Worahlpt' II tW see
the easy road and kept them alive status of the federal retail excise taxes. good without sacrificing basic mankind is heir with one rem. Goldwater Called Liberal VCNICB-NOKOM1S: CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN Comarantty Brmnalnil tild a.at.
liberties. Mental retardation More of the IIln"..., Um.io A. Bowlaa
edy. We never do sot But young people
may lift n,. Rlalto., VanleaTakoboaal ST. RAPHAEL'S CHURCH
and polio-and tuberculosisand we have begun to try. We have claimed familiarity with the 48IJ82Iundjy OF EMCUIWOOD
. Juvenile delinquency-and set our course. We have dared terms "liberal" and "conser School. lt 41 .... ... Ra, Man Oxen W. Onmmlnfa
MoonlightingWith crippling diseases-are all\ accepted vative Worship Ronlcaa Sunday liSO *.m, Futor
as free men, to adopt these although slightly more Ftllowihlp, HaJh H ..... Gordon BaM- s..., Maaa tide *..m.Hobdap .
as proper areas of governmental goals and if our reach exceed than a third were at a loss inn Maa t.OO,. .,..
concern. our grasp it were better so. when asked to name a politician Oanfanlona Baton Ma
the employment problem so muchIn Teachers are among the more determined Time was when the concernof One of the great lessons contemporary with a liberal philosophyand SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
the and the state for Rlflara' at Sorrantarha UNITED CHURCH or CHRIST
the news, some people have noticed moonlighters. Nearly 20 per cent of criminals people history teaches us nearly half had no notionat Ra>. Donla. Dan P.n...... 5.510'condo COMGREUATIONALCBR18T1ANEVANGELICAL,
ended with their
an odd coincidence the number of workers male con. is that there is no substitute all as to who might be con- Sanluat i iSaeramant AND REFORMED
: teachers have
a second job. Post viction and Incarceration. We
sidered .....
for the voluntary determination conservative. of Holy CommanloB.IRbl . rha &: Moban Chahla Pa-O.
without |lob is matched almost exactly Office workers, policemen end other government have come to recognize, of a man or a people to About 27 per cent classified 1'10 am.M"nlns HiniatarSanrlaaa
through intelligent and devel. Pea... end ........ a ant aalna nald umporarily n lha
Pres,
by the number of people who have workers have high rate of moon perform a task Whether it is Johnson as a liberal and Cbunh Ih.u a as law. OardaM RMraatlon Camay at II
two oped compassion, that Imprisonment raising wheat in Russia or about half as many cited Gov. .,ened.r.c.o.rho.L
jobs. lighting. is not the end, but the arlth ale,. lot a*
raising a roof in early Amer. Rockefeller as an example of BAPTI81 CHURCB OF VENICE ataa aaom .... .....It ...., Ii4a ..avat
J' Does this indicate! an easy answer to What's behind this yen for working beginning and we have learn. lea, or raising the standards of liberalism Sen. Goldwater was RlcHan' R. Lloyd. Pasts Raaraatloa eo..... Adult Plea .>*.
unemployment? No. First of the four ed to our delight that what described liberal Sunday I million Many moonlighters take second cltlzenshlo in Florida today, no as by about .
..
on a job serves the convicted also "9 r toa II iM .. M H 101.." Wt Ih...... al....
workers who have two about one can do it as well as the vol. four per cent of the Inter. rralnlna Un_ Itlo see Yaw 00_
I I jobs only as a labor of love, if their regular job serves the public. unteer. viewees. Other personalities EvanmaSamoa., I ila .....
150,000 actually hold two full-time jobs. fails to provide enough challenge or personal Time was when our concernfo mentioned ranged from Sen. W""dn..ihn "ra,,f M tln' til ..... risen CHRISTIAN CHUBCBiDlaatploa

The remainder are divided In several satisfaction. education ended with its Fulbright to Chief Justice Earl SOUTH VKNHI BAPTIST MISSION o< OirlatlMaaonla
provision on limited and voluntary Barn Dr. a Old E.ol_ Rd. .
a Tanpia
Warren Bart: Coma AnaoaPaator
!I classes. Others the Asolo Seminar to Gov. George Wallace Tha R... Arthur M. SnlUay .
join moonlight force to earn basis. We have now Wonhlp Sertloa. till oar Tho.. *. O. ... Paary
I Soma 90,000 run a business or farm of. money needed for a specific family goal come to recognize that the A 15-year-old Pennsylvanian Sunday "b... ti4l see Sunday Wonhlp.School li .,.m as km

their and also another The presence of the functional illiterate Open To Public defined liberal
own job. vast -such as buying house, tending chile a as "one who
in our midst is a drag
majority of moonlighters!) work full-time dren to college purchasing annuities is for the common people."
or upon the society as well as the Students of the theater may Said a New Yorker: "A liberalis
on one job end only part-time on another. for e more comfortable retirement.But Individual. We have come to attend without charge, the a person who Is openmlnded

About a million ere part-timers on both whatever the reason moonlighting recognize that when we let seminars being conducted by on all\ issues and usually compromises ::..., : 'I

their jobs. probably will be on the American scene young short people of stop their their capacity education , /solo staff Theater this Comedy week through Featl.val the rightwlnger between and the the Idea.left.of the ,J best recipe for folks

Who are these moonlighters? About for decades to come. And eliminating the society loses even as Colonial Au.. 20. winger"

seven out of eight are married men, more practice would have little or no effecton Spain lost when its gold-laden The seminars are being held Other explanations were: "a
'j gallions sank to the bottom of for students registered at Flor who newly moved to
person wants
betwmn to
frequently 25 and 44 years old, the unemployment problem.-Carlsbad the .... change
ida State University but others things real fast "a
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j'j'a often have highly' skilled talents. Current-Argus. I am more proud of the people interested may attend any of who thinks the way of a person minority .

of Florida for their action the sessions.Professional. ," "part leftist, but thinking Venice
of last November in taking a members of the of being
:
rightist and "a medIan
if t stand for advanced educationon cast are conducting the seminars between Republican and I Take one phone call (or coupon Mow)
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Library Column a major scale than for any held each "
; Monday Tuesday Democrat. idd hostess with baskets of lifts ana
I tl I ''I f :: other event of the last several and Thursday from 2 to 4P Nearly half 43 per cent Information about the city stir In ienu-
years .m. through Aug. 20. They are of those interviewed admitted fie
1'1'' ; : By B. LARZ NEWTON We take it for granted that Frank Canlno speech professor they didn't know which public row hospitality ind delightful, and you'll have i gen-

(i'' Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY through the state-wide program at St. Francis Xavier University figures might<< be considered phone welcome. Just
: j of the Florida Institute
in Nova Scotia' ; Robert politically "conservative" but
fI; : = for Continuing University Strane of the University of Nevada 49 per cent agreed that Sen
Studies (FICUS), the extensive drama department Eb- ator Goldwater
\VHODUNITSI cold: "With aspirin, e hot water bottle. off campus science education erle Thomas director of;Daytona conservatism. Other exemplifies Wdco: e"
The New York Times it authority for program of the University of Beach name agon
Little
IJIJ rum toddy at night and half a doran detective Theater, and mentioned were those in the
the fact that the Indubitable highbrow stories I am prepared to makean Florida known .. GENESYS; Dr. Arthur H. Dorlag Dr. Har- political spotlight this year _
Educational Television (ETV) lan
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Pre.
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ambiguous -
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an equivocal nec and Operation Alphabet, the of Florida State University. ion, Richard M. Nixon and PHONE
r champions of the whodunit.A essity. state can and should extend Today's subject Is "Shake. Governor Scranton. .--.r.rr-rr

f. newsman noticed President Woodrow Edgar Allan Poe It considered the father educational opportunity to all speare" by Thomas and panel; Ok On Elector!*) College I WELCOME NEWCOMERSI .

r I Wilson l reading The Middle Murder of who will accept it. Other subject will be: "Cos Definitions of conservatism f Use this coupon to let ,
Temple the modern detective story and hit The list is a long tone: tume for Asolo Festival" teemed clearer and weren't } us know yoii'n liensI

I by J. S. Flitcher. Overnight a comparatively Monsieur Dupin hat few rivals In the e Care for the mentally/ 111. "Mollere," "Twelfth Night" lull so divergent as other ex- I I' IlAMr'

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Think/ / / You Could Pass Kindergarten? Maybe So, And Again Maybe Not



poROTUr OA mOB by going "back" to kinder. was absent. The most lmportan/bit of a two-by four about eight feet

,ndergartentaquiUaplBC.exposed garten It Thuriday I learned a lot One Important knowledge I came away with, long We were learning "later-
"ver having been wa the nextto-the-last thing I realized painfullyat however, was that if I had allty" That means we were
., child (in those in days the day orientation of the six-weeks pre-school the morning session was realized, when I entered school, absorbing the idea that we l
lB.of u, started school course at Venice that they are making desks exactly what is involved in have two sides, and when we
Trade) and never havingI Elementary School and there and chairs much, much smaller .
I learning how to read and write, go into the first grade this is
off to Its sessions were 73 of us, hi
addition
t child ii the to than they did some years I would never have had the important in our learning tread <
find out about five teachers
to present One
ago. nerve to attempt it : it "promotes" left-to-
Learning To Learn right progression.

Mrs Helen Gregory, Nokomis Everybody Boardwalked
School librarian, has for Everybody boardwalked until
the past three weeks assisted the bell rang, then we got our
H the other teachers in a program "Turkey Station" stamps puton
designed to help the preschoolers I. Mrs. Shirley Crawford.
tr acquire basic skills Next we took to the balance
1, tx necessary for reading board, if we were good enough
Prior to this, they had been This was at the Santa Claus"
having experiences," as the station, presided over by Miss
x educational profession expresses Connie Barone We stepped on
it, in art, music, literature, a square board precariously
1 dramatics and science All this balanced six inches off the
is of great assistance to the floor on a small block, smack
first grade teacher who thereby In the middle; we edged our I
acquires students who haveat feet toward each side and t w r
well
least some knowledge of when they were there, Miss r I
various terminologies and have Barone handed us a ball, which ,
spent some time learning to get we balanced By now, we not
along with each other, under only knew we had a right and *
discipline left we knew we had a front e"r t'
But when I entered the class, and back, too. t'f
our days of culture were past. To learn how to "feel" right
Now we were (although we and left we went to Miss Diane f-
didn't know it) Involved In Lenhart "Jack. 0 .Lantern ft.
learning how to learn how to Station." There we lay down on .

rend Really a mattress, one at a time, and MIKE FINDS IT TAKES concentration to will help him in learning to read when he
We were a train. There were followed her instructions: get from one end to the other of the walking enters first grade in September Other classmates
four stations and the class was "Raise the left arm and right board but hasn't any idea that what he is wait their turn. I
divided into six parts, two sec leg; lower; now raise the right really doing is learning laterally.." This t
tions to each room, with 12 arm and left leg' 1 1If
in each group. There were six It came hard for some of us. v
"stations" and we moved from Template Time Then back at the blackboard,
iLlii : one to the other when the bells At Mrs Gregory's "Star Sta- we drove a little green toy car
rang On our shoulders were tlon we went to the black. between a yellow house and
pinned big name placards and board and used templates
garage. along a little yellow
__ if we had done what we were which were squares, triangles, road. We also watched an airplane
supposed to do at a stop. or circles part-circles and lines on a pencil, go up and
had tried to do it, "the board. We
as cut out on pieces of down, down and up, around,
train" departed we got a pretty held these up to the board and, hardest of all, cater- r-
green picture of that station while we traced around the Inside k
TEACHER Mat Connie Barone, last week The balance board is used in training stamped on our cards. with chalk. First we did nered in front of our eyes whilewe
Kathy completes a balance children to realize the meaning of front kept our heads still We also e
Our first "experience" was this with one hand, then the
ball it
FIISTANT at the Venice Elementary and back, as well as left and right. on the walking board, wherewe other, then with the hand we was learned going to around touch in a a circle as in ,+
program which endedItOw walked the two-inch side ofINO' found It easiest to use. One boy front of our eyes eaa ; I
made two squares, :Joined the Silly
corners and everyone got quite Not at aU.What ?
excited when we realized he
had made a box. These figures. We Learned
s AIR f we found out later, are what Without knowing it, we were
t letters are composed of and learning small muscle coordi- \
we now can put them togetherto nation, receiving ocular target :
help recognize parts of the training, and learning to listen, y t zj a "
alphabet. follow direction, participate, f
1t 'V wI At the last two stations, speak in sentences and recognize -
a'n Bunny" and Flag." combined similarities and differences J
,
I under Mrs. Nina Riesling In in symbols and shapes.
the absence of Miss Pam Lee, The method developed at
lair Pt we threw a bean bag at a big Purdue University, has been in
r clowns face which had holes use for several years and has
for eyes, nose and mouth. A proven enormously successful.Mrs. Jr:1T. 'J
good many of us put the bag Gregory said that she : 1
a aj through the nose Little did we used it in a pre.second grade __ :
realize we were training our class at Fruitville School and MRS. NINA KEISLING, who will teach at VES this fall,
eyes nd hands to work together when the children were readyto assists a pre-schooler who 1 is driving a car qn the road '
write, they began doing so between a house and garage Purpose of the game is to improve I

: ; f writing coordination ability. between eye and hand, invaluable in 'J.4 ;

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; 'fJM with no trouble at all .
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Everybody gets a card sent .'f ,
home, except me. For this I MOVED\
am grateful I don't believe I
could have done that balance GULF'r\;
board trick and luckily Idldn .
,j t x 'V c1sL 't have to. TAILORS I ;'J i : '
And I never could tell my FROM THE ARCADE
right from my left.
to

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IT ISN'T REST PERIOD at the VES pre-school class. tress as she moves them when directed to do so by Assistant TODAY! '
young lady stretched on the mattress is learning how to Teacher Miss Diane Lenhart helps to fix in her mind the
INO'' "' the difference between left and right Somehow the differences educators have found.<
of her arms and legs on the surface of the mat


,. w WINDING UP FOR A THROW at the clown, the young lady
F above is learning eye and movement coordination, though to HIGH HEELS
her it is Just an interesting game. A moment later she de- MEDIUM HEELS
livered a bulls-eye, but through the nose, not the eye.SETS.
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THIS can 40 well Letters being composed of U:7'cTIq;: : ?am:' rectanglesand lltbI I W. VenIce Ave. Ph. 488-2*1I ITIie f .
LOOKS anybody
firs LIKE ONE part circles, educators have discovered that if children: WE GIVE S t H GREEN STAMPS '
anyone. Mrs Helen Gregory, who is acting as guidancewader 209 W. VENICE AVE. PH. 48M7SI
to preschool course, work with the cut out figures (which they can use as guidesfor
the tbre"w"k section ot the OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M.
vhich" I. concerned: with development! of shinties preparatory tracing) they learn to read and write much more quickly, c
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I r Such food dishes to serve for 1 1 PARK : AVG.
,1 i. summer branches! tVISC.
I I Choose lint from the sea 1 1 51-UPPED %. WHOLE
y" son's fruit On. offering, popes t HALF _
I 1" lar at our bouM for this enjoyable MARKBT3/ r
I '!, weekend meal if a freshIII' ; ; ,
'' fruit compote, In putting tbittogether
III'I r use fruit of contrasting
color and flavor Peachesand TURKEYS
nectarines contrast well
with strawberries and sweet
f' I cherries I oranges and pineapple .o
I with blueberries i and seedless
1 rapes And melon ballsseem
to go with every other 29'ffitsCHf
fruit Instead of adding sugar. oo n,1o o lb. p
to the fruit, pour on some orange
juice Ml Green I Stamps/ I A
I For a main course you might ..law..J..a..sul'i.ow '
j like to try a Brunch ScrambUmade ?
I with eggs, potatoes and 1-.l Faew S1e.9s i'x I +
'his
bacon. In testing this recipe _IUlf 01 WHOU. TUIUTS Ik. MeSnM. pies 100 ptre
( HM. A we used our electric skillet so
that we could serve from It
I W. think you'll like this dish
because its mad with real,
honest-to-foodness, raw potatoes' {...Shis* Swan Whole WksH 303 CM
!
Something crisp Is needed Potatoes YOUR CHOICE
with the Brunch Scramble. We '
suggest Southern Tout. For ..
this aw thinly sliced!) enriched SWln's PREMIUM -
bread and cut each slice in GOV' TENDU.GROW ,6P Shed 303 C.. I
hair: place the half-slices on a !. r NSPECTED, N SHIPPED
large sheet of aluminum foil: FRESH' NOT Beets
spread generously with soft "FRYER FROZEN
,j butter; turn over slices and QUARTERS: "
spread the other aides with butter BREAST Go. Ref Ceased 303 Coo I 0
QTR
Bake in a very slow (%50 c
degrees) oven until crisp and (With Rib., Tomatoes
lightly browned, at our housewe
find the toasting takes from ,'b'
Si to 35 minutes, but breads LEP 33 c
and ovens vary, so watch the Campbell's Famous ToB Co*

I slices-Branch bacon Scramble QUARTERS Tomato Soup EACH

1 cups thinly sliced pared .
potatoes! ,f .. sssflS
Salt and pepper to taste

< eggs I .... Tie* SBcrf

la Crisp 1/3 a cup 10-inch toast milk skillet cook the PineappleIB. ..... . ,. . .. .. 3 c m $1 1

bacon until crisp; crumble and Swift's Premium
reserve To the bacon fat Dol Meoote PI I "II r ( ...
(about 1/4 cup) left In the ski]. CHUNK BOLOGNA .425'
let, add the potatoes; fry until Fruit Drink ... ..... ..... .
well browned on both sides
Add salt and pepper Cook over 3 Ibs. 99C PURE P'wy Sew rtt. ....... UaeU
low heat, tightly covered until DIXIE. CRYSTALS 11-os. $
potatoes are done. through 5.lb. bag DetergentALL ........ .. .... 3 11Le. 1
about 9 minutes.Beat Swift's Premium

.' yolks and eggs whites enough, add to blend milk BAG SAUSAGE BRANDS STRAINED (LIMIT 12 PLEASE)

salt and pepper; beat to blend. :
Pour over cooked potatoes in 39c BABY FOODS
skillet Cook slowly,stirring occasionally 'lbs. 99c CAlia
until eggs are set.
Sprinkle reserved bacon over
eggs and potatoes. Serve at Small Whifs 12 'mall 98
once with crisp toast. Makes 4 of $3 a "
to t PeKhe. ion
servings PEARL SHRIMP .. C.atmner Wt)
I Some other tasty recipes: d I r
Good Dinner ;(xc.pt Strain.d M.ats)
This meat loaf tastes won
derful ish. with Fragrant Pear Rel 59c,

Mushroom Meat Loaf Potatoes
Peas Fragrant Pear Relish
Coffee Gelatin Beverage .jOO' fRs1OIoo kRAm PHILADELPHIA
Mushroom :Meat Loaf PILLSBURY SWEET OR BUTTERMILK BRAND
lj pound mushrooms M Green tamps<
3 slices bacon, diced .* ..) <
I 1/4 cup each chopped onion CREAM J..
and celery MAXWELL a COrTtt < BISCUITS ",.
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pounds ground chuck beef
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2 eggs. slightly beaten fROO C
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l Slice 2 or S large mushroomsand
J1l !
Green Stamps reg.
.' mushrooms.reserve; Cook chop remaining bacon in I woe...-.......... ; 5 ( 2 PMaM1'

skillet until almost crisp; add NESTEA INSTANT TEA can u-'t' 4
chopped mushrooms onion and Stout 3-os. Jar $1.29 Per Cwtemer14Nn.
celery: cook until wilted Mix LsI awuw .a
with the remaining ingredients 000000000000000000IOO
except the reserved sliced
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mushrooms and butter. Pack _
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hour Let stand in pan about I GOLDEN RIPE
t'; 20 minutes pour off any liquid; g Jw( Green Stamps<=.
I ", turn out Meanwhile cook the roe' .k
i p reserved sliced mushrooms in I)S iua rue HOusTt, CAKDEN IOMI ggl CROSSE BLACKWELL
the butter and garnish meat ) : :9- .'.. 9Sc cat BANANAS
loaf with them. Serve with a a.s TALI. CAN5oThfRE6
Fragrant Pear Rt sh. Makes NUT
I : 6 servings. Boo iiHSm o ocE] DA'E-

t ''j.: ChiH the Summer foods Sapper needed, then -
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this soup will! be ready to serve C ROIOc
U soon as it is prepared.Cold .
Beet Soup Frances Jftl Green Stamps<
Sliced Cold Beef with Salad I ..,110... ...._... lb. S
Blackberry Cobbler Beverage HOUOWAY HOUSI PIZZA WITH '
Cold Beet Soup Frances I c;: '."... AND CHtUI 'cat LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOM WITH PURCHASES
1 can (lO'-' ounces) condensed 16-os. pkg. 79c :
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ll fai salt ( Green Stamps-
White pepper to taste
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H cup sour cream and I .d All wN.Wfwd...di P81 lb. I S.U.flEjl
the cucumber and scallion ss JOHNSON i JOHNSON BANDAGES SAND
toppings\ If soup Is refrigerated Prices Effective
for any length of time before ...Any.... -type. 4 or>wM Siie a. 1M! P::. :
,J I \ serving, more sugar will oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I probably have to be added. ,; MON., TUES., WED.


3 Give bought cupcakes that cairo beauty pompeian ideal pest guard i : AUG. 3, 4, 5 .
are not frosted a homemade J ICIgT J .
e melted topplns Blend butter 2 or tablespoons margarine ef mixed pickles olive oil dog food shelf paper : in VENICE ONLY! ;

with flaked K coconut cup: honey Spread and H cup the "T 39' =- 21' 3 i -* 49' 1M, 39' ..

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on July 10 at the Army: South r: I

Legal News I eastern Signal School at Fort
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PUBLIC NOTICE! or INTENTION TO Gordon.Army in Ga.January He entered and the

,... ; MTABLIRH PRESERVATION: A SHOPS DISTRICT AND UNDER BEACH basic training at completed Fort !'
.. Four of the mill-1]: of Mrs
TUB PROVISIONS Of CHAPTER: let five U. S. Hasley son L. E. Jackson, S. C. He is a 1963 '

FLORIDA STATUTES. 1M tary services reported Ballard and husband of Mrs. graduate of Venice High School
KNOW ALL liEN BY THESE'" PltKSUMTS -
tint th. BOARD OF COUNTY ties last week involving Johnnie Mae Hasley both of and was employed by: an air p

COMMISSIONERS Of SARASOTA resident and ex- .. actlVI-1, Englewood is serving with the in
conditioning company: Venice

COUNTY FLORIDA minnrat to tlMprortilom
Marine Pvt. 1C 61st Artillery on Okinawa. He
ft Clwptar 1(1 000145" Stab before entering the Army '
itm lap, anima m the. s.._ Cwuoty Bradahaw ton of Mr. Is a communication chief In

Shar.; and Bath PMMrvltloi. wtonIty John C. Bradshaw of Nokomis, Headquarters Battery of the
dam hereby .drartlM M. Intention
I Rentals Female Help Wanted Legal to MUbllih a sham sad bash is serving with the special 'Artillery's Second Missile Bat

-- .... .atea dl.trict within thi bound.rle. .. landing force of Seventh Fleetin talion. Hasley attended Venice- )
ot A._ County. with th. bound-. rq
RATES TRAILVIEW: APT. t- rent by WHITE MAID for efficiency oar of inch propoMl. dtolrM. M* the Far East. While on dutyin Nokomis High School. His last The
year. Completely turnlahed. NOTICE: OF IALBn : .iogrlhed. / H rollowi. to wiltTh that area he will visit ports I military assignment was at mowor
motel Experienced. Part . ..... .
A oma.1 .
BRASWIU alttrtet
tmoUs heat < a BROWN, liwnprlelnv th.
Charge R.t.. beth Thursday and air condlUoned. time. Phone 488-2802. Attorniri nlea-Nokamla. Bank Build- shall Include all prop...'. ...lIhI.th. in Japan the Philippines and Fort Rucker Ala. He entered
end EditioN 1000 Sq. ft. On E. .bat, Vanlna Florida, ph... 4114401, willaoMpt rltr llmlU oT the City of Yenlo Okinawa. I the Army in 1948. with that
Tampa' 8t close offara to nuKkai. tk. followliil' .. "inri,., M of thl. data .nj In.elud. ,
Monday ? to stores. WOMAN needed to assist wom danrlkad pm..rtr. blonln to 4ka that prop ty mflompUMd. by The Coast Guard reports Pvt. Thomas C. Adam, son
Tel 688-4194. an. Live in. Call 488-5550. Onardlin of u.. proparty of VERA.. .' permanent a......1 deeded brtk. that Robert W. Calvin com- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P.
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ROSSO, .. ,InoompeUntlOn. Tru._ of the In(..n.l ItnSrnvement Adam
1411 Plymouth 4-dr aadaa. Pad to th. Weet Coat mlssaryman 2.C., Is a crew- of Nokomis, completeda
((12 word ) 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur. BOOKKEEPER, capable of i ID No. P1B7IBOBOSi ., Dbtrlet. wh..iihiequently member at the Coast Guard 13-week communication electronic GO.
minimum to nlshed. keeping complete set ot k olr., msoha .In wrltlnr. aIn ....l..l ft to th. V. S.OovwnmMit . .
Plenty equipment repair
Additional room for chil books and preparing monthly I .d. fcr tk. offvor, soNing forth tho for Mwlrlnv' th. Vmlo. Lifeboat Station Wtllupa Bay course
dren and pets. Phone 48S-6781. amount of nab off.r which .kail b. no Inlet and JrttlThl.. MMmmtInchidai Tokeland, Wash. The station
operating statement. Apply In ... than 111000, aaaM 1 up and ..11..,- b.. .11 th. north .nd moth
rd... I>crlh Thursday person Warm Mineral Springs. I ad W tk. of f IB. of and. Mtornnt an sap jettln at V...lm Inlet. Th. .... ofth. provides three patrol boats for i t tr
CASE Monday Edltlolll VACATIONER'S NOTICE I dar newt Su..... and Saturday ..ft.1.00 PUtrlrt shall also Include all 1 1prowrtle. distress work In that area and GO "
\ noon) .kttwMn thi hour.110,00am. In th. luMlvkkm of vMdm
Completely furnished. J, 3 WAITRESS. FULL or part and S,00 pm.. ,hntlnnlnt, with tkapubllc.Ua. Barb Unit No. t. Blwln. No.I -. has answered 32 major calls . .:
$1.40l7 $ room apartments and bath, including time. Apply to Venice: Yacht of this notlta through tka thrmih No. S u noorded. .In PUt. this year.
utilities ash dar of Aunn at ItOO; anon Bonk No. T ..... 4-A "abll( r......... Lt. L son-in-
and Club Jerry Pearce
linens. after Ham.Situations .
Said ptoporur akall ha a'ld Sr ..ikaubjoot of Sin.ot. County Florida DoldmBf.rh. o
| word minimum) Weekly $10-$1J-$20; Monthly to appraral of tn. County: Juclf. Unit No I, Blabs No. I law of Harold Aldred of Nokomis GO. !

Wrwd. each Befw $30433-$65. Call 488.3447, even WantedALL for Sanuota County, Florida to the off.for through It.'. II .. raoorded In Flit this month received his
Additional whox offer Ii the hlKhnt of thoMNMlrad Book No. T, pin M-A Piblle, neordiof . .
ings 474-2569. 804 and 513 Ar. and wklrk aha II ..cMd "" Smruota County Floridii Oult sliver pilot wings upon graduation
lean AaCae bps li.re't made Road TYPES ALTERATIONS. aunt of 111000. Seth often. akall beopened Shorn No. I, Iota No I mod. from flight training at I.". I
ajn to *ara. ,* U MM at old allot at laiOl p.m, Au.- No. >0t. Plat Book No. S .... No.
? So. fir MM --'... W MUM Very reasonable. ph. 488.3182 nit atlI.. 4. Propartr mar be Men atWood at, im recorded In th. nubile rwordiof Laredo AFB Tex. Lt. Pearceis
J.. .rel rte ..._ tkere ,err. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Ckrrahr-Plrmouth. Motorn, 1600 BaruoU County Florfalil Gulf being assigned to flight dutyat The New'
A .._ _... .. 54 1.w II on the EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Routh Trail. Vmloe Florida.Publlthl 8hora' No. S. Ion No. 1 throuth No.H .
p for aw of *e OwMtat' rO. w ter.. Nicely furnished. Joy XI, 10. Aug. I, I, mi. u recorded. .la tIM Dili book nnmbvr the Strategic Air Command
:, ...be. .. t. Ir) a. .laarifMa: : NPC. Phone 4883681. typist secretarial S pan II, public _rd. of Base at Dyess AFB, Tex. LOW JBrfI1f4
duties. Part or full-time. Receptionist Ronuot.' County Florida) Gall
Airman Loy L. White son
NOTICE OF SALE .. ,
Bha. No. I, Lota No. 1 thraoihNo.
CLASSIFIED D DISPLAY NICE FURNISHED ( "Girl Friday" The ...,1.. of BRAOWELt ft BROWN, .. II .. rooorded la Plat Book No.T of Mr. and Mrs. Loy O. Whiteof
3 room some legal experience. Phone' AtUrnerl, Vraloe-Nokomla, Boat 5.Hd.. pan No. IT, pablli ......... of Briarwood Road has
One Edition per inch 13.00 downstairs apartment use of .leg, P. O Bo. 747, Villi... Florida. Sarasota, County Florldn Gulf 329 PRICESON
Both Editions, par f 330. automatic washer. Very 488-4480. phone 4BI-440I. will tcoert off n to ..'.,- 8h.... No. 4, Lot No. 1 through completed the first phase. of his
reasonable ekaea the following dele:.Ilird propnrlrb No. II u noorded the Flit Book Air Force basic military training r zmJr
by week, month or .lon.ln. to th. EnvuUir of the urn No. t.' pm II. publle nerds of
ctMlfied .di payable In year '417 Menendex. Phone Boats For Sale of CARL O. MILLER, ilMMMdt ...-. County Florida. sad, all of at Lackland AFB, Tex. He ALL
Alt On. lOfti Ford ..... ted.. that ..... ,Includlnc the nnraoordrdPUti has been selected for technical
idvanee except es!.bltlttdiceounta 488-3242, or evenings 488-8994. ID No. BSUG1601U. of Gulf Manor and. Cornw.ll-
SACRIFICE .OFFER 19-ft. sash etttn moot be in ...ltl... turnedkr au-tb"-Gult, .Wing betwwa tk. wmt.m training as a medical specialist GENERALELECTRIC
length, 8-ft. beam. PintoValvo tka o/feror, sttlar forth tk. amountof of th. Gulf of Mule' and the at the Air Training Commend
Misc. For Sale I.TWIN' aurk oltr Thick ....11 b. no i_ aformnmten.4. lubdlvlelon.. and th.
engine. Tunnel stem. All than 1250.00. eaelad up and dellyered to sly limit, of Venice. which' arm school at GreenvilleAFB I
CANCELLATION or fibreglassed. Hardtop Draft u.. offloe of laid attornera. on any day also Include that propnty ownedby Miss. White was graduated
BED, studio cover and fart Saturdan after \I tOO noon and . U. B Gorarnment and prwjitly from and attended
VHS
ADJUSTMENT bolster to match. Ph. 488-1093 12-ln. Wonderful for bay and Sundayi) ketwwn th. boors of lOtOO a. oocupM, ; by th. U. S Cat CENTRAL
Reqvefts for cancellation ... gulf. Lots of room for chairs m. and I 00 p.m., .beginning with the Guard ai a Lo... Butlon. All .f th.abov. IBM Automation Institute In
publication of thli notl-o throat UuItk deM Miami.
or tdfwtment because of AIR-CONDITIONER WestInghouse and fishing tackle. $905. Phone i dar of Auguet at 13:00: noon. 4..-.. -.-.-l. and 1> .In Town HEATINGAND
must be mad for. deluxe with beat 488-3157 Said propertr iball be sold for rank ably II South Renie II _.. or la.TCtloni Army Lt. Col. Myron: D.
irror ubJMt to approval at the Cuntr ud.. 1.\I.IS and ti ,In Township Smith son of Franklin A. ''
HHjndiy Gondolier BEFORE pump thermostat and exhaust for Sarasota Cathy Dorld., to till N South and R.... IS Fast ot the t 6 6r ,
Used Auto For Sale 011..or whoil offer l. the blgkut of Blots of Florida" Smith, was awarded the Army
I tun. en Monday. For Mom very little. Original cost tkoM .....1.001 and whlcn ihall ....... Subject) V a Dublin llearhif, to Vf Commendation Medal July 7 yfrSb.pRRal
day Gondolier BEFORE I $MD. Sell for $175 cash. May .... turn of 1210000. Suck offer* iliallbe held at he Cite 10.01n the City ofVrnlea U. AIRCONDITIONING
be seen In operation. Dr. C. L. CONVERTIBLE 'M FORD 0..001 at laid offlne .t 13:01 t m.. Florida, at 10tO 5.... .. the while serving with the Joint I
p.m. on Thunday. A..u", Ilh.01... Pmp.rt, mar 1M son 20tk d., of Aumit 1114. it which time S. Military Assistance Groupin
Calkins! 633 Appalachicola, with Thunderbird engine .t tho V.nit.. .Nokoml. Honk parkag th. BOARD OF COMMISSIONS OF serving
Thailand. He Is now
PHONE Venice $150. Phone 488-S457. e4.Pahlbht SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA alb
Julr rr, to A... I. 0, IMI. I tine ai th. Baraiota County Shore and as chief personnel division, aanjiv oB itoal Casks. ,

Reach Pro .r*.tlon authority will heir Army section, with the Group Sloe and caraful mowufocftini mn
488-3125 APACHEWorld' 1960 CORVAIR 4-door sedan the view. and feellnmi of any and all EQUIPMENTI F'
Automatic transmission. Less I effected nKNi. ..ther ,In plan orIhrou.b Army Staff Sgt. Ralph L. cogipUki a of kondtlng. with gnat.MM .
number one camping IN THB COUNTY JVDCffS COURTIN oouneel, with' ncard to the luck
trailer. Now also number one than 31,000 mlles $650. Phone AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, question ot whthrh.. propoeed. .... moinhxiOJloa -:0': cXj
CALL TODAY t
in the Sarasota 488-4031. FLORIDA IN PROBATE.IN tout shall or tall not b. ....bll.h.... 4 or HP MflnM. p to U

Lots For Solo area. All REt: ESTATE OF .. All InterMtM and affeetH neraona.ar.InvlUd .... FOR ESTIMATES Era .a IKOTI dknU. 45% grodw.Win .
aluminum pulls up and downin CARL a MILLER. DMeaied.Prnb.U to b. prea nt Written . Swim
minutes. Two double beds 1964 CORVAIR, 4-door sedan. File "-._, .unlaatten..111 b. r....ived. and wnilderad |>plin inH will .kail. MM t I
blue interior. Call Ph. NOTICE TO CREDITORS . The ptiblle hearing m., be nom 1DS701
I White .
llOT IN BAY POINT Nokomis now, oamkv dar A Mparb. ridingmowwr 1
off the ground Sold out of TO ALL CREDITORS AND PFRSONR tinned from time to time until all Inter.Ud
Mile from beach. Block some models. More on the 488 2776. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS '.....n. h... hid *n opportunity Water mod br....Itmem janppaf f.

I peat of U. S. 41. Value 1250. way. Low price high quality Lost AGAINST Yon ere SAID harts ESTATE notified/ and roqulrad' r.jhlle b. haylne heard Upon the BOARD the elmln OF COUNTY of the JQW l tOW :r M

Make offer or trade for 19-20 Bank financed. Come see.! 10 Lila any arts or demand which you COMMISSIONERS OF SARASOTA AT ::1. .
may hive anlnit, th. EetaU of CARL COUNTY nay ..bllih th. ptoporwddfetrlrt .
boat and motor. 488-
ft. MFG CAMPER'S WORLD G. MILLFR, Doceaaed .... of Barnota upon Ito own motion or may Mb.LEE'S
6629. SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING County, Florida /In tho offle. of Hon submit th. qu.tlo..5 to whether thiproponed Warm Mineral
100 N. Washington Blvd. and diamond wedding ringon JOHN T. GRAHAM. Siranota County dlntrfct. ih.ll or ihill not bae..hll.h"
VSNICI BJIS1DINCB LOTS (Opposite Mass Bros) la"I.I. thi County Court Nom .1 to tho eraheld r.1Oh. pre
Nokomis Beach off pavilion Sarasota Florida. within ilx calendar pod dIotrloh' etAtlM '
V1NICK BUSINESS BITMCWNI1 Sarasota Fla. Reward. Contact The Gondolier month from u.. ..... of the tint pub- L. L. PARKER. Springs
LOU JACOBS 4M.UIT lloitloa of this rlotloa' BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS POWER MOWERS
Newspaper. demand mot be In OP SARASOTA
Each elalm or sag/
PORTABLE FENCE. 10 four- wrltlnit. and In ...11..10 hall atauh. COUNTY FLORIDA 12 Milo South of Venice COOUMO
ELK INLET Seawalled prlv- foot sections. 30 Inches high pI... of renldono. end root alum Aotim ai th. F.r...ta County On US 41 formerly
.t* boat basins. E. L.. Kilton LARGE MALE brown shorthaired add_ of the Claimant I shall b. worn. Bhor. and Beach Frat.rv.tlon
Never used. 488-4294. hit HAROLD'SMower
Small too by th. Clalmint. hli ant or authority
Barshore Drive. Nokomis hunting dog. .attorney hill b. aooompinled by a AsbBahr Job n, zo, rr. A... .. u'" llAWARDWINNING 744 VENICE AVE. E. &
white blaze on face. Vicinity 11.00 flllnt f.o, and any inch cl.lmlor Bicycle( Service
L- -- 488-3436 demand not I. .lIod ball b. void Th.fIIln. .
Laurel. $5.00 reward. PH. 488.5359INTERESTED
Real Estate fe. may be .Mod to th. amount DIRECTLY BEHIND/ THE
Conn Caprice (used) ...$745 .
... ohtalnod
.f .l.lm. and talm. fn. may n The all-Amerlcan favoritefor NOKOMIS POST OFFICE '
Conn Minuet (used) ,-..$743 from rh. County Jads..1110. a geographical place nameIs (P'
FRANK MILLER *R., ET! '
I BEDROOM HOME In Noko-- Legal Ph. 488-3975
.Conn Caprice (demon. aa Eitenitor of th. E t.le Summit. There are some 70 "

mis. Near water stores and strator) ... ..... .. ... .$895 of BRASWFLL Cerl) O. Mlll.r* BROWVVmlc D..'a.rd.Atlr.r' . Summits scattered from the DESIGN

post office. Newly painted NOTICB: OF nrrTNTIOWTO I Saab 81<18.P East Coast to Alaska. t
.Nokoml. New Ba/h d Shower Valve
. . / -
docking privilege. Rent or sale Hammond Spinet . $845 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 0. Boa T47, --- --------

reasonable. Kimball Spinet (Leslie) $895 i Th...nndeiel.ned.. do hereby Barber Mrtlfy and Bray that. Valra' 'Iorld. YOU
they oondurtlnf' a 1.17 50. 11, Au. I. 10. 11'" CAN SAVE WAYSOn
MODERN 2 Bedroom home Grand Piano (Ebony) .$995 buelnm I2t So. Timliml Trail under Publish 3
the Ilrtllloua ..... .. Palm Barbir
Florida room, G.E. kitchen. Gibson Electric Guitar and Beauty and that laid firm .la competed WESTERN Auto Insurance "
Close to hospital schools, shopping . 49 of th. following' penonl whoa INTENTION 1M .
incase ...... ..... .. $ NOTICE OF
..... ...
nunai and place of ..I. at8teplMn' FICTITIOUS NAME II I. NEW LOW RATES
centers $100 month opetion Gibson Electric Guitar faders TO REGISTER do nerr ...ttlt'1.hllt AUTO

to buy. Phone 4881231. and Amplifier .. _. . .$139 r. Donihwty P. O. Box "/1, Tfc.thej unda.isn.d.. .....el.1 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS \
E..bwad: ad541n4n'R4 . V..- ASSOCIATE STORES
3. lOCAL
MUSIC CENTER B.r010sIan bbn.la INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
MIMad L Dmtbeb' P. O. Boa m.
flctltloni name
odor the
Houses For Sol 2JO So. Gate Plaza. Sarasota Jn.Iowood.: of.A Flom'B 0 SECRETARIAL SERVICE e HARDWARETACKLE f
at Paba Bar'- aad Bra.tr
O..nhtp and that alt lira ,I., .omiK.ed of the
10 so folrnrstepbm namwi ana"Dlin. '000 j
pas.wha.
SACRIFICE bedroom house Tri-County Equipment Co. P. Dou.hfttp. II w. east followlna. of ,..Id..... ar. ai follow.! RADIOS Qpq
..
.nt. I
Mildad L Daahrtr. 10 nr St.Imt .
N. N..a
... 100
D. Bran ,
T.
near beach. Phone 488-1872. It le our ,Intntlon to apply t o tIM .
I BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. Cl.rk of the Omilt Court .In and far Ruth... a rl..ld.lob....... 010kala .t., V... 306 W. Venice Are. i J. W. MOOREPLUMBING AO B N xttitaK
FTortU ter tkMM e
EXCLUSIVE! Beautifully Jo- 955-5705 SaraMta Cou. w> rM I
i aamo ratal Barber. Mil away ... IOZ =: Ph. 48MSI. I I CO. W. V Avenue TTerfeiphoneM
cated 3 bedroom home. Near' IOM. :: rf A B 0 SECRBTARUt 118 o oe> '

the bay. All rooms are large This; ...1 specials/ on tE.r.-:: :; : ;day of SERVICE D k Brown aa followalTmw halfwn. (SO1*). Harbor Lights On The Trail 486-2280 I ItMWlNriNftiJ.ri

and well planned. Central hc.t Black & Decker ToolsInstruction rely 19"IK Ruth S Johniton. hall_... IJOI. RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS
to tke
... to apply
Intention
and air OULDRFD 1. DOUORERTT It to tIAKlll( ;
conditioning. Nicely for
STEPHEN P. DOUGHeRTY.PoNYb Clerk of u.. Circuit Court In and PHONE 488.4450
landscaped sprinkler system.A Au. .. 10.' IT. 54. 1". g.rmnta Count Florida SECRETARIAL. to renllter 8ER-the

bargain at $28,500. Call us I VICE uldnameA under BO u.. piOTlaloni of ChinterWtU. .j

for appointment Byron Mark- I ta... of Fen0d.. Auto of 1941.Wlin .

It, Realtor, Phone 4884706. JOBS Real WAITING Estate School.- Wilkinson Enroll IN AND TUB COUNTY FOR SARASOTA-JOTOTS COUNTY COURT Julr. _.".our TERESE barb tkla R BROWN Stlt dar, of Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

PROBATE
now 262 S. Tamlaml Trail. I FLORIDA IN RUTH f. JOHNSTON ,
IK RBl: ESTATE!: OF .
ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom 2 Phone 488.5551 or 488-8698 i IDA MAY CASE!!:, DMMMO! Pukllekl Julr II 10. tl. Aug. I. 181.. -.. EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ;;
bath. Reasonable. Easy Proh.U Fll. N... Till .
NOTICE': TO CREDITORSTO NOTICE!) OF INTENTION liiJHIT1 TRADITIONAL
terms P. o. Box 98, Venice Business PersonalsCREDIT 1 ALL CREDITORS AND PFRSOVSHAVINCV TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS. NAME un Ghyt
or 488.6474. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS The undmlfned. do hereby certify that I Lei us style your favorite vase
AGAINST SAID ESTATE' they ... _du.II.nlahn'aaml.ml. I$ ,.stnl 1 OII r tt s .
.. or Into beautiful
You ar* hereby. MtlfM) and required.. ... bwlnM at ceramic lamps.
VENICE GARDENS to til.' any Claim or demand'.51.5pa.Mar Trail, Florida, nn.l.r" th. flat \\\ "
CARD !ham ualnat. tAo eeat. of Id. titian nirnror BUTLER REFRIGERATION Ktvtrlng' Aeify/hg/
WATERFRONT $1$14,000 Mar Cara Drard, ..... o( Sarasota AND APPLIANCE SERVICE and a All
3 bedroom. 2 bath built-in FORGERY INSURANCE Count, Florida l. ti,. offlo. of Non that aid firm .to eompowr of u.. fo.. LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. lamp RipoinWord
whou nines and rau-- "
County
JOHN T. GRAHAM, Saraiota lowing pasta
nova and oven with matching Protect your liability due to India In, tk. Cant Court HOUM a* denoo ar. u followuWlllon Earle L. KUtra John 0. Bennett by Experienced Designer and
refrigerator. Screened Florida within. ill oalandarnontka "" R. Butlw, Venloa Florida
cards Saraiota.
porch lost or stolen credit Iron tk.. ..... of tk. tint pub.N.Oon . lass" V. Sot.., v,.I... Florida. Complete Roofing Contractor Craftsmen
with button-down $10,000 coverage, $28 three .f this N._ Robert _I... Venire. Floel L
shades. As low as $1.50000 For full particularsstop Bach claim or demand moat k. Invrltliw Ownerrtilpof BUTLER RFFRIGF SPRAY COATINGOn THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
down plus closing costs. years ... ,In d."II<.... shall ...ta u.. RATION AND APPLIANCE SERVICE
in or call plan, of widen. ud poet offlea ad- h. ai foltowilWlllon Tile Asbestos end Built Up Roofs
Drapes included. Water softener drM of tk. Claimant' I shall ba swan R utl.... 1ft'* per eent 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA It
EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCY .. kr U>. 01.1...., his. anent or klatlom Chariot V. Butler, 31%/ Per tent No omil, Fla. Ph. 488.5913 t
MYRON! .. ..Tl kail. b. aononpanlad. fer addunsdH5000 Robert Deahln, 55'A Per c it.
McGLYNN Realtor f... n>k 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 I M that shall b. Told. TA. Clerk of th. Clreult, Court la and for )"w lit W. Venice Ave 4Stt8t f I line fM nay t* added. to tk. amount Sarasota County, Florida to reol terth.
of .,.,... and alarat forma soar k. oktalntd . ram of uld PUTTER REFRIGERATION DISTINCTIVE LARGER

CBS I BEDROOMS Florida from WILLARD Uu Coontr L." CASE Judrtl, otdca. under th.AND proThloni, APPLIANCE of Ch....SERVICE IWM.Liwi J

room, til" b th. Golden Beach alterations draperies .a Admlnlalrak* of the Eo"' .. of Florida Aeta of 1H41. Real Estate Corner t' I
,
1eflon Dressmaking *t Mi Mar C_ DMaaaid. WITNESS our hat. thla 17th day )
828 Roberts 81I ate reasonable. 4M.U3Q Atrroas BI..I...d .,.... 0fJUlr- 1916.., WILSON BUTLER D : ;
P. O. Boo 1816, I
D..o .. II........ v"' .......... made to or- tIT Naanu Sh, /./ CHARLES V. BUTLER
Alta I . ni. RUBBER STAMPS V..leFIa.. /./ ROBERT DEAKIN.
o n. IW'UI : 't-; 4H-UIT. der. Overnight service. Office FuHI.ni Au>. .. 10. IT. It 1M4. PublUtl July SO. tl. Au.uet a. 10. 1M. r-

LEAVING TOWN win personal pocket or stock - ----
MO 2 BEDROOM HOME
rtflce nice home In choice location 488-1432.) WOLFER MOTORS Inc. ? ,,
1/2 Block to Beach Furnished
-" INTERESTED ? 81
In Venice .Garden. I w...
w,e bedrooms.,14S Den RAMBLER DODGE 3 Bedroom 2 baths Screened Large Lot Paved St.
baths.
tut can SHEPARD JIS S.. Tamteml' Trail 488.3965-488.6150 Porch attached carport. Oil
{: be used thirdDWreom.
as a Realtor $7950.00
H. N. Wfmmer heat
IN.
Large utility room SPECIALIST .

screened porch carport, etc. LUMBER CO. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS 105 East Aurora KERMIT L
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
Undscaped Blvd. $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED
corner lot. 180 Hill. (1003 N. Washington S Repair' e Lubricate Chants '

view! Rd. Phone 4M-MS4. Sarasota a Front bid Alignment Oil Change for Wetter Union Telegraph H. N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITBruce ,

osJ) e Front End Overhaul e Adluit Headlight Beam Monday thru Friday 9 t* Si Saturday to I

__Mobile!! _Homes ELLIOTT PAULfor Wheel BalaneliKi Electrical Repairs CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR I ,

M'xlO' Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic or StandS 221 W. Miami Ave 801 Laqune Drive % d
CROSSLAND. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
Bedroom
tRUSSESAlum. ard Trentmiition Repai 488.5308 488-4621
and bath BOOT Radio Repaid ( I
each end. *0 tt.Phone.
screen porch awnlnl Windows Ooen. Alreondit'Onlnq Repair end Installation

49521. Contra Roofing ft P Wi! .g
l
Phone <88- Hl VenlaeTYTEWWTEKS r

Rentals GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home In Venice Garden. TRADE YOUR TRAILER FOR HOME '

and Ad4lsg .a... 2 Car Garage, Central Heat and Air Condition.

4 ROOM! 2 bedrooms pcreen- Machines (mechanically operated .. Screen Porch, Washer, Rods and Drapes. Central! Lot 100' I 125', 2 Bedroom, Terrazzo, Tile Bath Range and

> and carport. Phone ) Chemically 111.50 plus cleaved part Member Chamber of Commerce Sewer and Wafer Triii well landscaped home only Refrigerator. Completely fumidiad.! Dock and Boat. Will) iti
'333. like new. Just
Mobile ,
take Home.
if ".QUir-<<. All makes Venice DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE !
Stationers 111 W Venice Are $16,500. Terms $12.500..00GULF
ATTRACTIVE Heating and Air Conditioning .
Eff. Apt Pri- 488-6111 .

Ale Oats. heated pool. Wt'; Venice Heating/ & Air Conditioning' InstallatIons REALTY III 3
Week Wanted FRANK C. RAEBURN
m ntH yearly Help' Heaters
Gas Wafer
1Ge'omlble summer rates. Ph. Ranges + '

48a-968I, ACTIVE: REAL ESTATE office Free Estimates REALTOR Bruce Thompson Rena Cobb Joseph Swee Anodatel d

wants Uve-wiro licensed real! No Job Too Bill w Tee Small
251-w. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 438-2649
':.':.":.. ; ."'.... estate salesman. Reply J. C., 263 S* Treil. Venice '- Ph.' 468-2271, I J 216 S. Tamiam! Tr. P. O. Box 935 Phone 4886731CLASSIFIED

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GONDOLIER, Tenice. Ff.MoM.) .", 7fltgul# '7 T9$4r
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Fish BaitingIs '! ,

LegitimateTALLAHASSEE 1tiw'


Attracting
fresh water fish by baiting or
luring is perfectly legitimatein
Florida waters, but don't
try the same for game birdsor
animals as the practice is
Illegal, according to A. D. Aldrich -
director Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission
I irs
"Under certain conditions attracting
fish through baiting
can make the difference between
I' arI an ordinary day's out-
big and a successful fishing
trip. Actually baiting fish is
I as old as the hills but it Is surprising
how many fishermenare
not familiar with the pro-
cess. While many of the old
baiting methods are still in use,
the practice has taken on a
modern look with some of the
new commercial fish foods,"
Aldrich said.Attracting ._ >>...._ ""," .
fish follows GondolUr shale br Charla Ko<*|

general methods. The first at Lake Venice Country Club Is re Chuck Elliott, Tim Helser, Jack Shrode, Mike Shrode, Wes
which Is to provide this week. The free clinic, now in its Turner, Mike Chamberlin, Laura Rose Sharon Keeter, Mart.
habitat to attract minnows by pro-manager Carl Rohmann. The lyn McPherron, Karen Rohmann, Larry Elliott Doug Shearer
mall fish which in turn age from 8 to 17, Is part of this year's Kris Leet, Bob Hamilton, Jeff Hamilton, Jim Elliott and
larger fish. In bodies of Geoff Jones, Jim Bobb, Chris Jones, Mike Leet.
with limited plant growth,
1 construction of brush piles
proven to be an aid to ." L
Ing fish with direct benefits ', """
the fishermen. .
The second system of
tractlne: fish is by actual
Ing. This baiting is Th
with cotton seed meal, out- y
bean meal, or with a 1964-65 i V
'I cial fish food. While this The
ng method attract birds
and small fish, the food
of the bait also attracts .
of the larger panfish and
fish, de-
;
Fish do have a tendency
i congregate as a source of physi-
food' and many
maintain several baited } ,
/ spots for the days when Fish
4 fish don't bite. Caution diffi-
r be used In disturbing fish fore-
so as not to place too much much ?
one location, otherwise
to be
food will sour before the : '
,
have an opportunity to use ,. .
;

Bamboo sometimes will and .:"" ..
a height of 120 feet. --- .
own ------ ---
'..' for a SHARING CONGRATULATIONS as they building the entire course. The back nine
SUMMER FUN-Youngsters In the summer to learn how trailers are built while the other plant the "final" sprig of grass on a front- was completely re-seeded in 1962, following
recreation program at Venice Elementary half were given first-hand information about see"n" than nine fairway, to climax the four-year program installation of an underground Irrigation system .
School made a field trip recently to the Venice small aircraft by Stan Lavins of Venice Aero enjoyable' GOLF of improvement at Lake Venice Golf the previous year The "new" nine is
I Airport where they learned about planes Marine Development Corp. Later, the first day of Club, are Pro-manager Carl Rohmann, left, expected to be ready for play by early win.
and mobilehome manufacture. The group was group learned about planes while the second I' be. and Mayor Smyth D Brohard, vicepresidentof ter Workmen In the background are broad
divided in two, with half touring Module, Inc., half! toured the mobilehome plant. TRY other LVGC. The current project began immediately casting sprigs of the No. 419 Bermuda grass,
SARASOTAGOLF be following the state junior tournamentin preparatory to the actual planting by means
1 the mid-June, and Is the second phase of remake of a tractor drawn roller.
. Urankar Hatton Golf WinnersJerry In the nine-hole division, CLUB
Florence Beatty was Class C In the difference betweena Dove: A slight overall nationwide where the level low.
Urankar was the weekly event of the Lake Venice winner with 41 strokes Tied DAILY GREEN CO AA high or average harvest. Increase which is reflected was
A winner with a 39'i and Clas'l Women's Golf Assn. 'FEES . Mv.UU ad Squirrel: The midsummer in the two bird increaseIn Rail: Marsh hen populationIs
I lene Rule the runner-up I Class B winner was Terry for runner-up were Fern Elam I> Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. status Is good, the fall popula. the daily bag limit. good except for the sora ran
40U>!! in the IB-hole division of Hatton with 38H and runnerupwas and Lucy Journeay, each with I I South of Saratota tion will depend on the con. Duck: A small increase in which shows considerable decline.
Wednesday's low net tourney Marie Reichord with 394. 45. .. dition of the acorn and other the breeding population may ( Gallinule to have
1 . _. :.._.____n..__... = ._ __.__,, ." J_.. _N__-- ...- ..... ., -......- : mast crops With suitable hard- offset spotty breeding conditions seems
mid wood areas the squirrel can be The fall flight will dependon had a successful hatch and
of expected to hold its own under I the summer rains maintaining may be found on most Florida
most conditions. good water levels in areas lakes.


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ELEPHANT SMACK McDONALD'S

I ft BARGAINS VALUES! I & LOUNGE
661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2873
!f i' AT ENGLEWOOD

__.. ... ....., '_'_HI __-'.'" _._ 6:00 A.M. to 9:00: P.M. Serving Breakfast 6 A.M.
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.DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACYAdrienne THE MEN'S SHOP i boat&or AGED by Autol STEAKS I ITALIAN SPAGHETTI

I & Saturday Nights SMACKBURGERS
I BASS WEEJUNSAll I
Cream or Cocoanut Oil All you can eat! BROASTED CHICKEN
i Sizes ........................................... SI 5.95 A
II I ; SHAMPOO reg. 98c ........................ 39c 225 W. Venice Ave. 488-1620 $ .Aft SALAD BAR

231 W. Venice Ave. 488-6776 Medical. : Center Bldq. ___ .a_ ._ _ '_.._'4 ...... Take Out Orders
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SHRODE JEWELRY t --
VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. I a
Diamonds Stone Set
Wedding Rings Rings -
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI I Watches Silverware Jewelry The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH
Sales, Service Supplies We Repair All Makes J JI Watch and Jeweler RepairW.
I \ Stuart Merrick, Owner : Venice Ave. 488-3119 I ROAST OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD
235 "food Mo )I. Making Me iemo
W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 i iI Bay Ana turnout"
I ...,.......,...,. ...' --7VP"" ', .."" .,.-.... ; MlijJJL-II_"__ SMORGASBORD
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GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN $2.25
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TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. rA. 1 e MONDAY 5:30: .o 9 P.M.SMORGASPREAD.
I Today Tu.... Wed. Today & Tomorrow '
I CAMPING SUPPLIES ROBIN & THE 7 HOODS TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD I M A A
DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP 11:30 to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN.a U"
I Thermos Jugs Latirnt Lantern Mantles Generator Thurt. thru S... Wed.. Thurs. t REGULAR MENU AVAILABLE

213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 I ISLAND OF THE BLUE PARIS PICK-UP Dave & Flo Behrens 474-3312
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DOLPHINS SEVEN SEAS TO CALAIS
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I ,t Welcome To .1, 40% to 60% OFF ALL FABRICS gee I COME AS YOU ARE!

I VENICE SEED & FEED STORE :; 50% ON ALL NOTIONS $1| up Bay Vista

A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER 'I DEL'S SEWING CENTERw | drafting.)
I 248 W, Miami Are Dial 488-3457 RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

,..._ .. I II' Venice Ave. 30 e We cater to p.rti"
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; w. 7 vSALES ..... __ 4 _ _,_ .. DAILY SPECIALS
SALAD BAR
& SERVICEFOR VENICE STATIONERS GLADES Complete Dinner served Daily 12 .to 9 P.M.
I' .It.tLA On Sunday until 8 P.M.
''I OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIESTypewriter RESTAURANT A la carte after 9 P.M.

18 YEARS OPP. THEATRE w .., *. Adding Machine (Mechanically Op..edloemlc.lly ) Just S. of Bill Phillips Ford W nSR 775 a. ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD
: c Open Til' 10 pm. Rotary Meet Here Tuesday Noon.
a.uN.se SOTIM n ill m.k* TV RADIO *4 SJI PI Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Requires Ph 474-1880_
TV ta frw whllf Mvcinnf fMn. ..
i.PHA. MUSIC & APPLIANCEph. :: 211 W. Venice Ave 488-6113 := iHARF', KING'S! TABLEFOR

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488-2618 311 Venice Ave. W.
--.r ;::IIr"I """IISJIll BIIIBiHlliall I Mil.''II. Hill I IIKIIHI MASSAGE, STEAM BATHS II Rerfaurant I Cocktail serving Lounge I FINE FOODS

COLON IRRIGATIONS : LUNCH from . .. . . 95 Served Daily 6 a.n. to 8 pjn ,..
USE THIS VALUABLE Dier K., Syttent DINNER from $1.95 Served Sun. 7 ajn. to 8 pjn .. I

6 HOME CALLS REDUCING EQUIPMENT FOR RENT I Dairy BREAKFAST from ,. ,. 40c 7;,<
ADVERTISING SPACE Open' Mon. Tun., Thurs. & fri. 9 'tillEVON'S I LUNCHEON SPECIALS LUNCH from . ... ..?.. 65c IUtF t

Steal DINNER from . . . 95,
209 W. Miami Ave. Ph. 488-3849 Chicken TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL

--_._ - _. H no answer call 488-1738 VENICE AVE. 2 blocks N. of Venice Ave
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