Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: August 6, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00222
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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IQrcus Opening Dates Set For Venice Arena I' I IAPPING

b. at. ifr > '

5 Shows

I .)41 Jan.8-10 ;:

4 The weekend of Jan 8-10 will ft

be a gala and historic one for \,
J e Venice . The circus will
Formally open Its 1965 season
here then
The dates for the opening of
the 95th season of the Ringlmg
Bros Barnum Bailey Great

est Show on Earth" were announced fa +,.
today by Rudy Bundy, ,
circus vice-president, secretaryand bn
assistant to the president. ?o
Five performances will be .
nut on. the first the evening; of
Friday, Jan, 8, with an afternoon f
and evening show to follow r
on Saturday and Sunday.It j
will be a historymakingfirst
for Venice Heretofore the
circus, which has its permanent
home in Venice, has open
ed either at Miami or in New \
York's Madison Square Garden
This time it will open in
Its 000-capacity arena at municipal -
airport then move on
(Gondolltr photo by Daryl ItittoD
/ NOTES ON CIRCUS OPENING worked out details of the big show's 1965 to Miami to launch its 1965
nationwide tourRehearsals.
of opening here. The circus will start its 95th
| M.' season with five performances at its home Still Free
cretary and assistant to the president of arena in Venice next Jan 8, 9 and 10 Bundy said the public would
It this week be admitted free to initial re
[ngling Bros Barnum Bailey,
I hearsals which each year have
drawn full-house crowds How tr1
ever, he said this time it wouldbe j
Freeholders Canvassed necessary to close the doorson
Tuesday, Jan 5, before the
Friday opening as the show is CIRCUS TO PREMIER IN VENICE Jackie La Claire, he'll soon amuse. Jackie win be seen here when the "Great-
being whipped into final shape. Rlngling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus clown, looks lost in est Show on Earth" opens its 1965 season at Its. home base t : I
I Rehearsals for 1965' brand the vastness of the arena as he awaits arrival of the audience at municipal airport. \ .'
On Gulf Erosion' District
new show begin immediatelyafter J }
the circus comes home PERMITS PACE GROWTH

(Continued on page 2))
freeholders and upland Gulf 'Venice Municipal Airport, an attempt to halt the erosion
nt I property owners were be- erosion has been most severe would fall mainly on the Gulf I IBy
urged this week to sign and, if it continues, will seriously front property owners Between 8 School Build :
tioiu In support of the prod endanger the proposedroad I 96 and 97 per cent of the Sept. Near Record
Venice Area Erosion extension of Harbor I cost would be borne by the City .
strict Drive through the airport, particularly owners of Gulf frontage in the Start ConfirmedVenice
Hit petitions will be pre- at the southern end proposed district, with the remaining -
ted to the Board of County near the golf course. three to four per cent school officials
mmlisioners during a pub- Complaints paid by a one-tenth of one mill confirmed Wednesday that W. EARL AUMANN year that was" the year 642 for the entire 12-month Ltndh-Tucker building, $35,000; i
hearing at 10 a.m. Thurs- "Over the years," continued levy on property not directly on the 196465 fan term will when permits skyrocketed with period. Permits totaling 1. Venice Yacht Club, $62,500:1;
', Au(. 20, in the Venicev Edmondson, "there have been the Gulf. start Sept. 8, the day after Building construction in the the construction of two big 465,487 were issued in 1961 Venice-Nokomis Presbyterian \ ;
Hall continued complaints about the Based on 1962 figures, Ed Labor Day, despite reportsto City of Venice has better than shopping centers, and several from January through July. Church School, $29000 and ,
According to the petition, the rocky and rough condition of mondson says this would mean the contrary a 50-50 chance of piling up an co-op apartments. Some of the larger permits Venice-Nokomis Bank, $20,000.
ride Development Commls- the municipal beach at the that the tax on all Gulf front The GONDOLIER received all-time record for the year The record of $214,425 in permits Issued in 1961 included Pubhx July Figures Analyzed

i has reported that 76 pet beach pavilion A. one time, property In the city, including the confirmation from the 1964 during July is more than Market $150,000 and $425,000; A" analysis of the July 1964
it I of the tourists coming to old prehistoric ends of tree municipally owned beach frontage Venice nigh School office With July (normally a dull double the value of permits Issued Rlalto Shopping Center, $425 figures shows two permits for
ride stumps were protruding would amount to $1,038.87 month) compiling a record the previous month ($106-
enjoy the beaches and after several telephone Inquiries 000; Smack McDonald, $47,100, co-op apartments, $133,000; five
morning most I through the sands just a few annually about an earlier $214425 in permits, and the 873) and $21,389 ahead of July, Venice Yacht Club Apartments residences, $60,807 two swim
aid' George M. Edmondson, feet off the beach, Since it would cost consld opening date. total for the first seven months 1963, with $192,444. $130,000; General Tele ming pools $3.800;; club house,
member of the Sarasota "Some of the private prop-" (Continued on page Z) VHS Principal John E. reaching (1,789692, the city The 1964 record of building phone Company, $110,000; $12,000, and eight permits for ',
Why Erosion Advisory Com- erty owners in the area, he Davis said all schools In has an opportunity of beatingthe construction Is all the more remarkable 100 Esplanade Apartments, alterations and additions, $4,.
the, "In the over one mile went on, "have not only lost all RUSSELL STOVER candy is Sarasota County definitelywill total for 1961 a record with a seven months $250,000, and Venice Beach 638 I
Public beach area at the of their beach but up to 30 the big feature this week at open for the fall term year. total of $1.189,692 when compared Apartments, $60,000, Here are the permits Issued \.
per cent of the originally platted Dick and Meadows Pharmay. And to builders and city officials to 1963 with only $1,412- E. 'j'''
Sept. 8. by Building Inspector Guy
upland lots" giftl alike "that was the 642 in permits issued during But if 1964 doesn't quite
a perfect Curwood in July
Included in the finish ahead of 1961, it is al- ;
The area pro the entire
Council: Mulls posed erosion district would Beats Record Year most certain to surpass 1960 a e R. Beacher, add screen
Include the City of Venice, Gull The first seven months this figure of $1,811,060--the second porch $688
e Mario new ,
Shores, Golden Beach, Gull year, in fact, showed a gain largest year in modern Venice \
Manor and Cornwell-on over the same period In 1961 history. That year also saw big (Continued from page 1))
etty Parking Gulf with its record total of $2,771- permits issued to Sarasota
Erosion advisory committee Federal Savings and Loan IT IS ANNUAL August Sale
members say the early establishment : FIRST FALL Back-to-School Assn, $156000, Rlngling Circus ) time at Young Vogue where
Area Purchase of an erosion district $ : dresses are the big news at Arena $100,000; Venice smart styles represent smart /'
would not only be the first step Beall's this week.Construction Hospital addition $60,000; savings

Proposed purchase by the i in ent developing erosion-free broad beaches perman for ? # X- X- X- M
y of U Sores for parking at i aH
i residents as well es tourists

"(,ormally orle South the/.City Jetty Gibbl Tuesday was Council sought discussed afternoon with !I I under ice but advertising area would a new as value mean law the passed first to tremendous the district by Ven the New Apartments Going Up : f.lj J Jby ,

e Y
y t" being by the 1963 Florida Legislature of a new $70,000eightunit 88-foot structure log will contAin three one-bed '!
part of
the Tarpon Cen- i Cost Breakdown rental apartment A permit for construction of room and one two-bedroom
Property owned by of installing groins In 3rL Issued apartments, complete on the ; /
e' '"' Gibb.I Cost ,project was begun this weekin the new apartments was
) 'ready has a office of Public floor Second floor apart-
nt the 200 block on South Harbor July 31 by the same
through the'Glbb..
Drive. Works Director Guy Curwood. ments will feature balconies
; ) for access to the jet- Traveling? Keep Owners and builders of the Architect for the new structure with wrought iron railings and t
"We're apartment buildingare located on the west side each ground floor apartment
'Id Council| mainly Interested." two-story Mr and Mrs N. Barballc of South Harbor Drive is Ray- will have its counterpart in a jy,

,"III)' Raymond President, "that E. S. Watch For Army of Chicago Late October or mand S. Griffith of Charlotte small porch. ;
Rees fishing our early November is the target Harbor. Living rooms and bedroomsIn
YI have some Jetties parking will al-! Convoys EnrouteMotorists 1'n date for completion of the 57 Each floor of the new bulldAlnger all apartments will have

ok." The Property on both 4' carpeted floors, plaster walls

'Clot Cibbs the easement u owned traveling any of 71- New Grocery Chain CharterFor and dinette-kitchens ceilings. The will combination have vinyl ,
the main North-South highways I
Caked to Place M tf rpF tile floors and the bathroomswill
value the periods
some on of Florida during
feature ceramic tile floors
r'Property as I .' ;"Ing point of August 7-9 and August 21-23 and walls a
negotiation Gibbs submit- to encounter Englewood Corporation
d an are most likely The building will be centrally ,la'r
pralsal of $135 000 military convoys reml- 7LrN J ,4 '
ode air conditioned and heated 1Jt
o also by Richard IW. Gormley nlnscent of World War II days, trrM; re ENGLEWOOD.. A new En- is well-known in this
Is the city's official according to the Peninsular glewood corporation organized area as owner-manager ofAinrer'
e SPpraieer amount Gormley said Motor Club.Information. to operate a chain of new grocery Foodway In Englewood WEATHER t N 1'
lue, ror* *med the furnished by stores on the Florida Gulf Willis is operator of two 4 i
May elftl'lIve July 30. headquarters of the Florida coast has been chartered by groceries in Bradenton, one of High Low Rain it ,
Oh, felt Smyth D. Brohard National! Guard states that Qn M Secretary of State Tom Adams which was recently opened on JULY 29 92 70 Trace t;
'.. high, Gormley' "PPrals- more than 1,000 military ve- 1'.t Officers of the new corpora- the city's west side Morton Is JULY 30 88 71 .'11 e
the city and Gibbs suggest- hides of all types, including tlin are listed as L. A. Atnger associated with Marable's of JULY 31 110 71 .88 r
or'is,1 made could,( hive 'its own heavy artillery transportingmore of Englewood president; T. P. Sarasota and Simple Sam AUG. 1 112 73 .03 a
Gibbl Indl than 7.000 Guardsmenand Willis of Bradenton, secretary; Stores in the area. AUG. 2 PI 75 Trace ',
the ated at the outset their complete field equip and E. W, Morton of Sarasota, These three, along with a AUG. 3 110 72 .01
I hass meeting that a 'lelle- ment will be converging on treasurer. number of other stockholders, AUG. 4 90 74 .00 v4
tr i.
nwment based Hinesvllle, Ga, to a
Stewart at -- report they plan
five Fort
stock of the new
Authorized 612
per Total
ICOlltlnaeli( cent payment anon on the earlier dates for their ANGELS WITHOUT WINGS are the whining session: Janice Brewton at bat Sharon Mor corporation consists of 50 whole new concept In ,racer- Total for month July .04
page t) (Continued on page Z) Venice Angels, a group of Venice High Schoolgirls ton in catcher's position and Linda Sarty, shares of no par value consumer relations. MGIRLS
I'tSTU,1E who organized themselves into a soft- comeliest umpire Venice has yet seen. The
e TO think about FOR EATING out-of-doors. ball team. Although unable to attract a sponsor girls play Fort Myers at 7:30 p.m. today at ONLY 490 FOR A pound of LIGGETT DRUGS offers tremendous NOW Is the tune to t't'1a' '
settee Mee'! mow ,aln. Check: fun stock up on charcoal Brf they have won all games played this the municipal Little League field I delicious Land 0' Sunshine but. savings la all household put your new fall sweaters on
and, Shop Id' for special quets, 20 pounds for way, 711c summer, Three are shown during a practice tet at Kwik Cb eko department. "-wjr at Woolworth's...
special i vin,. at Publlx.\

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.j'' J The" GONDOLIER.' Venice. FT.-: TWey. Augwt i, 1944

il\, Trail-Rialto/ Auto Mishap I ObituariesKAREN I

LYNN EDDINGS bar of Venice Elks Loj., ..

I, II Sends Five To Hospital/ h W 14-year-old Mia Karen Thoma.daughter Lynn J. Eddlngs Eddlngs of Mr., alsters Mrs.Survivors Emily, Mrs.Hamilu include Core, big:V?lilt 1rI,d,

and Mrs Oxnard Calif, and
?,, Two victims of a one-car ac lotte remains in "poor" condition head injuries and a severe cut of Tuesday North after Port a Charlotte long Illness., died des McGee of St. Lou ,

cidcnt at Tamlaml Trail and having suffered a fractured on the chin, She I Ia survived by her parents Funeral servicesyesterday weq lit
The Rialto Sunday remain in skull and broken legs, Miss Betty Rutting 18. of two sisters Misses San- at Farley .?..
Sarasota Memorial I Hospital His mother, Mrs. Catherine Port Charlotte is reported 1 In dra ;Kay and Dona Jean; a Home Chapel with Elk. Lad"I

'r', and a third in Venice Hospital Phillips, 45, who was drivingthe good condition at Venice Hospital w brother, Greg, and her grand. in charge.
I '; Two others who stopped to assist car, was previously listedas She was treated for head mother, Mra Maria Elliott of
I were injured by a fallen injuries .
North Port Charlotte.The GEORGE
serious condition is W.WUtn
but her
wire and were treated at Venice The automobile failed to family came here two
Hospital and released. now reported as "fairly good." make the curve in front of ago from Barberton, George W Wiard, sa,0//Jot
)lt v Lewis Sohn, 15, of Port Char- She suffered a crushed chest, Venice Hospital, and crashed pears aaota Beach, died Fridgy
into a Utility pole. No charge Venice
Funeral services are tentatively Hospital.He .
have been tad. pending further at 2 .m. at had lived hen.
set for today p fc
Mulls investigation, Officer Frank Home Chapel years having come th7J.,
I 'tl'| Council I .. Farley Funeral to
Covill of Venice Police Dept --
s I said yesterday. l "" ,.... -- .- ..... from Keswick Va. His 1
SMITH place was Batavia N y
William J. Graham, 36, of BOTH A HAPPY AND GALA OCCASION ping center, Graaer. Admiral C A. (Nick) MRS. OLIVE acm Mr. Wiard was a mecliL
I'' (Continued from pare 1)) Councilwoman Blanche Celli! Laurel stopped to assist and Ribbon cutting ceremonies which took place Keller of the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce Mr*. Olive Ruth Smith, 62, engineer and was Detroit Jresentatlve
I dually of the agreed-upon price noted that the area if acquiredby was struck by a fallen wire Saturday afternoon to formally open the Charles Schmitt, president of the Venice of 54 Tanager Road, South Ven for Dayton JiS
would be satisfactory the city would not be made I which a passing auto flung South Venice Liquors at the South Venice Gardens Homeowners Assn, and William ice, died Sunday at Venice able Iron Co. before his ,
The into "just a parking lot," but against him. Several stitcheswere J. Bill Miller of the new atore. Hospital. ment. He M
I Tarpon Center owner at. Shopping Center proved to be a happy occasion ( ) manager was a member;
would be attractively landscaped -I taken in one of his leg TIlt located just south of Cy- Mrs Smith came here three David's s
Bo hinted that he would "have for participants. Merle Graser, vice president new concern Episcopal Chun*>
the place sold in another monthor with shrubs and flowers. at Venice Hospital Frederick of the First National Bank of Venice ro's Venetian Moon. Hours are from 9 to 9 years ago from Berkley, Mich. i member of Detroit Man.L
ao." The property under negotiation y, Coffin, 20, of Winetki, 111, does the honors From (1 to r) the dignitaries daily and 1 p.m, to 9 on Sunday. She was a native of Teeswater, Lodge and a We member ,
That apparently the reason measures 275 feet on the who also stopped to help was ere Joseph DeBenedlctis, owner of the shop-- Ontario, Canada I the 37th Division Veitnm
t the city has become concerned east aide 540 feet on the south Injured In the same marine She was a member of Order Assn.
about the parking there. Parking 75 feet on the west, and 535 feet and treated at Venice hospitalfor of Eastern Star Amaranth of Survivors include Mi
has never been a problem on the north. bruises I of Royal Oaks Mich., and I Mrs. Sadie Marie Wlirj.wUt,
during Gibbs' ownership of the Circus Dates Set past mother adviser of Rainbow I I daughter, Mrs. James 9\,BH,
property with fishermen and Girls in Royal Oiks. :Icy of Jacksonville: two ben
sightseers permitted to park on Survivors Include her bunband William Wiard end
the property alongside the (Continued from page 1) There will be a mill order soti box office will be opened I Ernest E. Smith; a ton, ward Wiard, both of Detroit
easement from its current road tour in sale of tickets six weeks ii two weeks! beforehand. Norman E. Smith of Omaha, sister, Miss Marion WUrj'
I December. advance and a box office will Prices will range from $1.60 Neb. two daughters Mrs. Pontiac, Mich, and Qujj
Bundy came in earlier this be open at the Venice arena, to $3,SO with all seats reserved. I Audrey Edgtoton and Mrs. grandchildren.

E' ood Rebekahs week from the West Coast, with tickets available during Bundy leaves Friday for Elenor B, Jackson, both of Rawles Funeral Home
where the circus is showing the rehearsal period. A Sara. Zurich, Switzerland to confer Berkley; a brother, Robert in tglewood I
chirp .
now. to wrap up details of the with John Ringllng North concerning Yuill of Bellgrave, Ontario, 4rangements. /
Attend MeetENGLEWOOD Venice opening.He new acts for next Canada; two sisters, Mra. Beta
war met here bv Martel r year's show. On his return he Dumo and Mra. Joyce West-
The SouthWestern Brett, who will be in charge of will rejoin the circus in San brook, both of Toronto, and LEROY R, BASTCDO
Association, consistingof the promotion for the five Venice Francisco, nine grandchildren.
members from Rebekahs showings Brett, of Birmingham Meanwhile, plans are proceeding Funeral services were conducted ENGLEWOOD-Funiral! w
and Odd Fellows lodges locat- a former member of ADMISSIONSJuly rapidly for the grand by The Rev. Dean vices for LeRoy Rowland BI\
ed in Bradenton, Sarasota, the editorial staff of the Birmingham 21: Enid Keller, Venice; opening. Simpson, pastor of First Bap- tedo, II, of 40 New Jell
Punta Gorda. Fort Myers Englewood News, has been one Sue Hale, Venice; Baby Girl The main arena has been recovered tilt Church of Port Charlotte Ave, will be held at 1:JOp II.
Clewlston and Arcadia of the show's national promot. Hale. Venice; Minerva Me- the Inside painted and Wednesday at Farley Funeral Friday in the Rawlei En,.
met last Friday in the ers since 1837. His territory Cantle, Aurora, Ind,: Albert J. sound equloment and spotlights ,, Home Chapel. Burial was in wood Funeral Home dim'
IOOF hall, Sarasota. with Sar- spans the entire United States Lundwall. Englewood; John F. Installed. New animal houses Sarasota Memorial Park. with the Rev. William L Emhart .
Costa lodges 37 and 73. together from the east coast to Spokane, Young, Venice; Harriett V. have[ been completed and anew officiating Burial wink
with Harmony 89, acting as Wish. Surge, Laurel; John C. Kill, octagonal animal training OUTER F. HAMILTON In Lemon Bay Cemetery
joint hosts to the visitors ri Brett's 'Delighted' Englewood: Donna Jones, Ven. building is under construction. Mr.
Following a covered dish dinner { 1 I'm delighted to have thessignment ice; Robert Smith, Englewood; AU this ia under the supervision Oliver Frank Hamilton, 64 Bastedo one of acommunity's
election of officers for the of promoting the Baby Girl Keller. Venice. of Bundy with McCormick of 433 S. Park Blvd., died Sun. pioneer rtildenti
to :
ensuing year was the order of tint formal full-acale perform. July 80: Philip Peterson Steele. general agent, In Immediate day. while he was being takento from came Boonton Englewood, N. J. It,:
business Those elected were nces of the circus right herein North Port Charlotte; George charge Venice Hospital. member of vu
Herman Strict of Fort My Its own hometown," Brett W. Wiard Englewood-Edward Reports reaching the circus Born la Alton, Ill, he later the EnflemeCommunity :
ers, president though he was said. "Although the circus: Meyer. Venice; Delia Hart, offices show that it Is enjoyingone lived in St. Louis and came Church. Fresbjrterii
unable to be present due to an 'lives' here when it Is not touring Venice; Martha Rouse, Sara. of Its best seasons in years. hen from that city nine years
accident; Oscar DeMan, Brad. it la my understanding It sofa; Alexander. Duncan, En- Attendance thus far Is 25 to M ago. He was a machinist with Surviving are his wife, Vn
enton, vice-president; and I s. never has put on a regularly lewood 1; Baby Boy Hart, Ven- per cent ahead of last year and tnheuser-Buach Brewery Coin Wilhelmina D. Bastedo, Ensl
Mabel Watson, also of Braden. scheduled, all-out performance ce. his year's Madison Squar.Garden St. Louis. wood, and one sitter, Mn
ton. secretary. + all this one. July 31: Thomas Freeman, engagement was reported Mr. Hamilton was a memo Helen N. Bell, Boonton.
Enelewood was awarded the l av Brett said the Friday night Boss Grande; Ruby Shrover, the third best ever.
r cup for having nine members show will start at 8 p.m., the Laurel: Jerry D. Burke, Ven- I
present, this being more than Saturday performances at 2:30p.m : lee; Helen A. Frank North
I from any of the other lodges. u and a p.m. and on Sunday Port Charlotte
The membership cuo will behold at 2:30: p.m. and 7 p.m. August 1: Margaret Bruns Bids Due Soon
until next meeting of the ---- wick, North Port Charlotte
I Association in Bradenton, October Mary Undress.. I"lacldaOUve; *
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Those 13.present in the Englewood LIGHTS GO ON Four newly instilled street lights on Shamrock Neighbors Spat; Smith August Venice.2: Jean .Wheeler, On 41 By.PassThe

delegation included Mr Boulevard at the entrance to Venice Gardens were turn- Laurel: Rosalyn Adams VenIce -
and Mrs Henry Stroud, Mr. ed on last week to illuminate the main street Into the sub' ; Alexander J. Hulsbeck State Road Departmentmay LOOK
1 end Mra Harold Hall, Helen division The project was initiated and the expense borne by $$140,000 Suit Venice: Karen J. Eddlngs, be ready to receive bidson
Barnes, Helen Beasley, Ann the Venice Gardens Home Owners Assn. VGHOA officials North Port Charlotte: JacobT. the U. S. 41 Venice by-pass
Jones, Cora Bathrick. Mary Chuck Schmitt and Ben Peters were Joined for the unofficial Winch, North Port Charlotte In October FOR
Kennedy, Mayme Petitt and dedication of the lights by Joseph Ryan, Venice district manager Is The ResultA ; Edgar Hilderbrand, Nokomis Sarasota County Engineer
Grada Bell Curtis. for the Florida Power & Light Company. ; Mabel MacDonald Englewood Charles Morgan said this week

I ; Betty Rutting, Allison the date would depend
running<< feud between two Park. PatAueu.t the status of rightofwayacquisitions mainlyon THIS SYMBOL
II ayshore Estate neighbors has Edward T. Wilk-
Freeholders Canvassed i iEl resulted in a $140,000 damage Ina, Sarasota Alonzo M. Hall, condemnation. Initial proceedings hearings are on

I suit by one against the other. Englewood; Marlon W. Ripy, scheduled for Au,. 31.
The suit was filed by Paul Venice Lucy Pomroy Venice
; ;
(Continued from page 1) the city would show the one- to Edmondson, not only would upmski against Ernest Adler. Eleanor Lewis, Osprey; Baby Include The October the bypass bids likely and would three n't i a sign of a commercial bank that can dd k

erably more than this amountto tenth of one mill levy. A vacant eliminate the expense of a upinski lives at 425 Park Lane Girl Lewis Osprey brld,... One bridge will be at more for you than any other type of financial/
lot on the tax rolls and Adler at 421 Park Lane. August 4 Edward MicDow.
assessed at special
estimate all the individual referendum but would : the north city limits near Fisherman' institution It offers checking accounts savings
bills $3,000 would show a tax of 30 also mean the district could be Supinski listed a series of ell, Venice; Thomas Sheppard, .
I tax for the area, it wouldbe Wharf, one at East accounts that pay an excellent return. It loan
cents By the same token, a Immediately established before complaints Including the alleged Englewood; Harry F. firehouse an
more practical according to Venice Avenue and the third to
$12,000 would the I of by Ad. Venice Ruth P. Smith you money ta buy a home, take
I, Edmondson for the tax to be property pay a end of the year burning garbage ; the south at Center Road. a vocation, or
j paid by the city out of its general tax of $1.20. ler which, Suspinski charges, Venice, City crews were winding up anything In between. And what a'convenience
The figures are based on a affected his wife's health, lawn DISCHARGES It Is to handle all
fund so that no direct TRAVELERSContinued he Job of removing<< date palmsrom your financial matters under
bond in the morning 29
proposed issue to pay for owing early July : Thelma Page Mem-
tax would show the .
on tax bills the parkway in the roof
the ( from page I) the wash ihls center one at one atop
of the residents cost of the groins "We hours hanging out Term: Sandra Taylor, of East Venice Avenue this
have ben advised," said Ed- and dirty dog blankets everyday fokomis; John Young, Venice.
It would annual maneuvers, and return. week In preparation for start A* a financial
appear, however on partner, a full service bank hat
"that and the 30
mondson these bonds Sunday near plain- July Eva Bishop, Englewood
Ing home on the latter of work
the tax bills of dates. on the bridge there.
I the those areas in which would be tax exempt The convoys will be ift'a bedroom window putting ; Edward Leonard, Ven- no equaL Your account, In any amount, U weJMUTMMiWf -
II t county. could be sold for an Interest of a standard movingat out the garbage two weeks before lee; Benjamin Pomroy" Ven- come,
in speed of
the mileaan
t 1 Property area outsidei four and one-half per cent or hour and will make Us removal destruction of Ice: Elizabeth WIggms, Venice
i less and could run for up to 30 stops every two rest trees and shrubbery, loud July 31: Gale Renick, Laurel .
: El years" ing to the Guard hours commander accord. noises, stone throwing and oth-- ; Georce Wiard (expired), IRAUEEt1LCAILRENICK
ALLEN Under the 1963 law, an eros Major General er annoyances.CITY Englewood. ,.,aa.a
Henry W. Mc Mr. and Mn. Mack
J '' Convalescent and ion district can be established Millan. Distance between the August 1: Sue Hale, Warm S.{ Nokomis, daughter, Darcy FIRST IIiiTI3'f'T If SCE
Nursing Home either by a freeholders' elect units is to be maintained aa Mineral Springs; Donna Jones, Lyn Renick, born July 28, 9.4:
I , tion or by resolution of the near 100 feet as possible. BUILDING Venice; Edythe Hack Nokomis -
2< Hoar Nuning Service; Board of ; Enid Kelley, Venice John
t. County Commission parties will travel well (Continued en page t) ; pm.HALE. .
i room Venice 4U-tn Kail. Englewood Mabel Men Mr. and .
ers. ahead of the and will ; Mrs Joe W., roeltmaagyK .
I I IIT PONCB pa LION .... convoys
Such a resolution according direct traffic at all main cross- $1.500. sinter, Venice. Warm Mineral Springs, daughter ...
I Ings. Hamilton Land] Co, 7 coop August 2: Olive Smith (ex- Sharon Mae Hale, bom
r ', The detailed routings apartmenta, 83000. pared), Venice; Arthur Wilson, July 2SI, 7:35: un.
YOU CAN SAVE WAYS Include: convoy S Chester A. Mayer, swim Warm Mineral Springs; Barbara
KELLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Wtl-
I 3 From Bradenton, Palmetto minx pool, $1,800. Wright, Nokomla
St. Petersburg e Paul E. Cockrill, residence, August 1: Nettle DI Cenzo, lam, Venice, daughter Stacey
On Auto Insurance area: Routes
US 41, US 19. US 129 to Stockton 11500. Venice; Margaret Brunswick, Ann Kelley, born July 29, 0
I 1. NEW LOW RATES Georgia, then US 84 east e Al Welch, residence, $11.- North Port Charlotte; Della p.m.HART
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS to Waycross, Jessup and Hlnes- 400. Hart, Venice; Baby Boy Hart, Mr. and Mrs. George
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY yule, Georgia e Grace Splnosa, residence, Venice Ice: ; Carolyn Schmeer, Ven. William Venice, son, David ',, r

From Tampa: Routes Fla. $18,107 Alan Hart, born July 30, 9:48:
S97, US 41. US 98, Fla. 491, US e William Kitchem, business August 4: Dorothy Smith, pm. I II
; 41. US 441 to Homerville. Georgia addition 1000.Stanley Venice; Beulah Anderson, Lau..
({,/ / then US 84 east to Way- o Girls, enclose rel; Minerva McCardle. Aurora LEWIS, Mr. and Mrs. Wil.
I ,' cross. Jessup and Hinesville. porch $500.M. Ind; Jean Wheeler, Laurel Ham E., Osprey, daughter, Eugenia 223W. MIAMI AVENUS vEI ici
I From Fort Myers, Sarasota e : Suanjar, business addition ; Karen Eddlngs (expired), Louise Lewis, bom Aug.
116 W. Venice Avenue : Venice. 3, 8:45:
Routes US 41, US 301, Fla. 212 $300. 1I.m.
Telephone 4CO-228J US 301, to Jessup Georgia, D. W. Radford, residence,
then US 82 through Ludowlcl $8800William --
} it iti Hinesville. Love, relief "fourWafer
From Arcadia Avon Park awning, 200. MOVED Problems A Matter Of Ethics

area: Routes US 17, Fla. J4, C C. Gronlund, screen porch,
i> US 27, Fla. 500, US 301, Fla. $350. GULF As Near
9'akQc UMAal 9Jome 121, to Jeasup, Georgia then a Robert S. Baynard, temporary A Our profeuionsl cod of ethics pr*
i w IY IYui1c f US 82 to Hineavi le. office, $500. TAILORSFROM Your hibih wlieltetlon of' business from fen""*
E. G.
Boone, swimming
2&S Nokomis, Ave. v."'' the pet pool. $2.000. THE ARCADE telephoneSERViSOFT Hie. 'In which there It. illness Wo alwy1!

goldfish at o Veterans of Foreign Wars, to adhere/ to this ethical co< ..
home when you go fishing in club house, 12000. 231 W. MIAMI
I . Florida The Game and FreshWater e E. H Hanhausen, residence AVENUE
Fish Commission prohibits $15,000
the possession of any o N. Barballc, 8 unit apartment Jutt Wart..of Rewles 418-4488
r 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 481.2291 goldfish or carp while fishing 70000.

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'For my part, I desire to see the time when education-and Hit offices of ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

: ily''its means, morality, sobriety, enterprise, and Industry a
shall) become much more general then .t present, end
a'y' should be gratified to have it In my power to contribute DR. EDWARD H. WYMAN
t" ; something to the advancement of any measure which might MAINTENANCE ** W. DEAUOIN AVSNUE NGUWOOD

i ,, : have. a tendency to. accelerate that happy period." will b. closed LIGHTING SUPPLIES ;Ir-'t 111tUUte5 *

t t OM Services A,. Aoolloklt To All Keg n//ess// &

et f'maneiglIB / Clrc.mstoacssu AUG. 13th thru AUG. 25th ANDERSON ELECTRIC he.
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The GONDOLIER, Ven'e, Ft_*._ TWia'ay, Auguif. b., )19M-1 !.Wi

E'wood Legion though a little longer but got(
E'wood Auxiliary Nokomis Nettings them to see both places to can
pare. They look forward to go
Attend log back again !
Committee Heads

Annual School Are The Howard Jernlgans of Nokomis Joyed it no end. The most direct 200 NEW person YORK watched AP) -II About the Y,

Announced East have had their I route is U. S. 41, which Is first baby was born at the
ENGLEWOOD A large +A'n daughter Mrs Barbara Boggs the way they went up but World' Fair. And it wu a 6S.
delegation of Englewood!: ) ENGLEWOOD!: Appointment visiting them this week She I came back by routes 40 and pound baby at that. Sally. a rl
Legionnaires! and member of of standing committee hat her three children with 'It giving them a change of Hereford cow, gave birth to
Lemon Bay Unit American I*. 'Ala r ? 'ltr , 74'"s chairmen of the Englewood her a girl and two boy, age scenery coming back even a calf In the Montana Pavilion, ,rlI
ibn AuxIll.". attended the wi. American Legion Auxiliary has two, four and six They have
Dual whool of con. been announced by Mr*. Norman been in Germany the past year I ; I
ducted by the Americana Legion Coulon president and a half and are glad to ba f flee
Eighth District In Uk Placid The chairmen designated for home one again W* hope
the various committee are: they enjoy) It as much as they iSSiS 1
looked forward to it.
Th. En.l.wood delegation Americanism, M r a. Roy
Meehl Child Welfare --
included Commander William ; Mrs
Oiplal1Loul.* Shep. Don Weekes; Civil Defense, Mr and Mrs Al Ardollno \
Baste Sergeant-at-arm* :Anton vw, t Mr. Marie L. Albright; Com have their brother visiting for
yard Dunham, Adjutant dark: EC- munity Service, Mrs Amon a few week*. The brother I Is a
Dunham Education and Scholarship school teacher from Brooklyn,
public Relation Chat.mss ; L
ties, William E. Hardman. 4A. Mrs Don Weekes; N. Y., and I I. down here to '\" ,
Representing the auxiliary fa Girl State, Mr. Hilda H. ready his home on Bay Point
were President Mn Norman Clare: Legislation Mr*. William for his own occupancy later ono .

Coulon, Mn. William Haste, P(+ WW. + w Haste: Music Mrs David -
t," :' ask .r I' u Burgan Membership Mrs
Mrs Amon 'Dunham. Mr rt 4t4 ; Mrs Dorothy Thompson arrived
dark Eccle, Mn. Louie Shep- Clayton Rhodes; Press and at her mother's home In
pard, Mr, *. William E. Herd"instruction k ? d Press Book. Mrs William E De Kaulb. Ill, a week or so
-s.ay.w J6al__AII'_ Herdman; Rehabilitation Mrs back. Her mother Mrs. Sigrid I II

was given, in the by Chtrla KotM Ralph Athey; Poppies, Mrs Saulken, spent .
FOUR GENERATIONS of of Roy Tate)holds many years
one Englewood'spioneer
tee Rest (Mr .
) great-grand Marie L. Albright Gold Star
duties of port officers ai follows ; here at Palm & Pines Trailer ki1
famine I
were present at an open daughter Amy Lou Rummel, age 3. The cele- Mothers Mrs
comm.nd.r.'IctCom. Harry Wyatt: Park The night after 1j
: house in honor of the sixtieth! ; :
wedding anniversary !- bration was arranged Mrs Tate j-
by assistedby Historian
Mrs. Pete Gassa-
adjutant, finance of. Mrs. Thompson arrived In De
Mr.. and
Mr. Jobe Huddleston 4 4r
the IOOF and Rebekahs, at the Odd Fel- way
ficeri. chaplain 8(0 W. Wentworth Kaulb her mother sassed away
St. Granddaughter Janice
iervlca of. low Hall. A delegation representing in her sleep. Our deepest
and Mr. A. Rummel sympathy -
at left while
daugh- Lemon Bay Post Unit, headed
fleers ,judge advocate. to Mrs Thompsono .
District Commander Sawyer by President Mrs Coulon attended -o-

AJbrltton meeting presided.was attended by I New Books Stevenson an annual Interesting Eighth and educational District young neighbors from
The Library Kenny School of Instruction In Niagara Falls N. Y., the Reed
Sill Edwards commander of Lake placid Sunday boys Randy and Brent had the
of Florida. The slat
the State t thrill of
catching a sheeps-
A report of the activities of
miring commander pttrlotlo delivered address an The In. Seventy-one new book have Old Hickory by Gerson; But Cop Top HonorsIn be the school of Instruction will head. Jack this past McElhaney week. Their dressedIt uncle '
made at first _
Eighth District chaplain, the been added to the shelves of Will It Sell, by Marines the meetingof for them and did they thinkIt 1
Reverend! Ed. Oreanbcrger the Venice Area Free Public Brazen Serpent, by Hoffman; be the held Fall session scheduled to delicious the next day for
opened the session with the invocation Library Not )in the Calendar by Ken YES Field DayEdward 14, at 8 on Monday night Sept. their dinner! Not to mention
and delivered the religious .Th* new volume include 3? nedy; Sometimes a Great No- p.m. being thrilled at the catch
message. adult fiction titles, 30 adult nonfiction tion, by Kesey; Vendetta forTh --- '- -0- etp

and three reference ) Saint by Charterls; Sweet Stevenson and June Dick and Laura Bennet had d
OUT'' BOOKS tomes, including the Thomas Morn of Judas' Day by Llewel Kenny were the grand prizewinners ilriS an interesting trip Sunday.
Register of Manufacturer lyn; Rector of Justin by Auch- at the second annual A } y t'. They went up to Rainbow
MIAMI! AP) Student at Fiction Ineloss; Necessary Doubt by wed } Rr rb 7 f Springs at Dunnellon They en-
summer enrichment
Miami! -Dad* County Junior Wilson; Withdraw Thy Foot, program
O'Connor, by Astor; Fare by "Field Day" activities at the :
borrowed the tactics of .n
College +
well to Texas, by Foreman Affair Sumner.Non
; Fiction Venice 4w !
I eldtime firefighting bucket brigades Elementary School. S
at Quala Helmore
when it became necessary Blind Heart, by Jameson;; The Land and Wildlife of Youngster from all three } t 4 E ,
to move' some of the college Brightness, by Jenkins; Blood South America, bv Bates; BornIn South County center In the en- r
Ubr.". book to another Brother by Arnold; Disturber, Paradise bv Tempikl; Cap rlghment program Osprey, U rn s. o I
gilding/ 80 feet away. tive Sea, by Phillies Professional _" p
b y Davidson; Toff on the ; Venice and
The boy and girl formed a Englewood, were
Farm by Creasey; Out of the : Lyndon B. Johnson by 13t
Ins between the building and Da.' by Curtis; Pity Him Afterwards White; Medical Itch by Ben- Invited to participate In the I
I the volume hand to I
pallid lamln field dav
by Westlike.Silence ; Persia Revisited by : program sponsored
kind Into the new storage spot. Mehdevl; Gardenin" Without by the Optimist Club of Rob-
of Herondale Aik-
en; Leah, by Epstein Man Poisons bv. Hunter; RevolutionIn !\ erie Bay. .
; Psychiatry, by Becker: Economics The field day prowram In designed
Who Had Everything, by Murray LOW Everythingseems
of American Me lclne. accord'n' to Ootimlst
f : Project bySearli i1.
; Manor House. by Mainjej by Harris; Modem Family president Ward Wrisht. to pro-
W'GOLF: : ; Bridge Over the River Health Guide by Fishbein. mote healthful competition to gcsmoothel' r by Boulle; Deep Is the R E. Lee by Freeman; anyone the voun'ste1 In team PRICESON
< <
as well as lnd v dusl athletics
Lee' Lieutenants Free .
Blue, by Ehrlich; Wooden _. .
The .r
man Hypnotism, Esta- events Included 'Jumpingand
i Horseshoe by Sanders; French ; by
SARASOTAGOLF Bride, by Anthony; Meet in\ brooks; Hidden Channels of the running endeavor F. KEATING All when
Darkness, by Davis Mind by Rhine: I Flew with The lames were supervised
CLUB night of the Phoenix by the Lafayette Escadrille, by by three groups comprised of Keating NamedTo GENERALELECTRIC m
DAILY 6REEN Trevor; Julian by Vidal; Set ParsonsKeep: Calm If You Juniors, intermediates and senior New Post t you have
fl IU to Injure an opportunity
All Afire by DeWohl! Quiet Can by Hillary; Discovery by
FEES.. .. for all children to participateCold 1
Stefansswn Fabulous Firm-
Light by DeWohl Look Away, ;
.Rd. : drink and candv bur By'duPont Firm CENTRAL
Look Bugles Ings c* Kathmrndu, by Fletcher FINANCIALSECURITY L
South of Sertsoto and Brass,.Ybybkolbo; ; ; New Wind In a Dry Land were donated ss treat by the
0"tlm'st' Club Robert F. of Venice '
Don Camillo by Guareschi by Laurence. Keating HEATINGAND "
.;;. Little Kingdom by CallLife: First and second place ribbons has been appointed associate
of Lenin, by Fischer; Gideon' were warded, with the manager of the Sarasota officeof
Trumpet, by Lewis; Four grand prize ribbon olng to the Francis I. duPont & Co,
Against Everest by Sayre; leading boy and girl who won stock brokers Donald L. Larsen AIRCONDITIONING i
the greatest number of first manager, announced to-
Like Homesick Angel by "
THANK YOUI! Bain bridge-a Watercolor Made place ribbons in any division. dav It's not what you earn but what you save that ,
The one phase of Keating has been In the stockbrokerage
W. want to Bak.. this opportunity to Club Easy!: Woman'by Olsen Companion: Church and by the Optimist youth activities, business for 10 years determines your future. Start now . save
thank' everyone for their enthuilaitle response Is sliced each year to cap the and with the duPont firm since
Seranne Barry Goldwater by
to our Grand Opening lest Saturday. Shadeic;; Business Decisions varied activities offered by the 1957. He Is a graduate of Ford- part of all you earn. Remember, savings placed

Yoo mad That\ Changed Our Lives by Summer Enrichment program ham University where he was CALL TODAY I
feel welcome
m very under the auspices of the coun- an officer of his graduating
Furst; Wedding Book by Birmingham school svstem"Promotion . here by 3 P.M. August 10th will earn from t
ty class.He FOR ESTIMATESelAns.
W* value' your patronage and It li our ; State O'Malne, by .
of the
Is vlce
youth n a past -president
oettre. ) to safvo you with every consideration Rich our country," said club president of the Venice Junior Chamberof August 1st. Come in today.
h the future. Reference
"Is the main -
Wri'ht purpose Commerce and Is a memberof
SOUTH VENICE LIQUORS Encyclopedia of Sports by of Optimists and it wai a the Knights of Columbus and J :,lO'h11: W'Y: S '
Menke; Hlscox-Henley's Twentieth nleasurr seeing so many child the Venice Yacht Club He and ;,
South Venice Shopping CenterS Century Book of Formu- ren hiving a good, healthful his wife Terry have four .
of Cyro'i miles Trail las Processes and Trade Sec ,time" children. a

rats; Album of American History SARASOTA .
by Adams; Thorns Register 00 I 1 cU1aa
Phone 488-4480 of Manufacturers Venice Gardens News t

COOUNO .awing* and loan association, :>>


Phone 744 VENICE AVE. E.
)- Venice Office: 446 So. Trail

Hanging above the courthouseIs Ruth Stone comptroller of dance at 7:43: Tuesday PH. 488-5359 ...
a large copper weathervane Venice Gardens, has been appointed -! The Movie at 7:45 Wednesday Sareiot Office: 1718 Main Street
In the shape of a fish. membership chairmanof I open to all member I i South Gate f Shopping Center Gulf Gate Shopping Center
JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC Visitors are told! the bullet the Hadassah for the entire Milt Trueman's square dance 'f
hole in the fish was put there South County. She would like Friday at 7:30.
red u ran c* by Jesse James when he left to have a coffee for anyone interested :
/ town In 1868 after robbing the in the Hadassah. Call
WoWitAerf/ 1921 bank. her at 4884704 or 4881118.
243 W. VENICE AVE. But that' a fish story --

VENICE FLORIDA After the Civil War, a Union The Pot Luck Supper on $knu CAMPUS BOUND? .
Army soldier passed through
PHONE Select and Consult an Independent her, spotted the fish and drilled Thursday July 31, was a hug
Insurance Agent .* you II success Although the performance
It with shot
484791 would your Doctor or Lawyer When the new courthousewas of the Water Ballet was
cancelled due to the
built In 1904 official decided storm
I everyone enjoyed a delicious
to their uniqueweathervam.
keep ,
meal and the other scheduled 1
;:= I entertainment. If you did not ZiI
j --- go to the supper, and would
like to become a member of
the Rec Center so that you
W. announce with plwiurt that w* arc now open for business won't miss out on other comIng COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL MEN . .
activities, call Bill Kelleyat

end wrving the 'tnvwfors of the Venice Are. 4884788. .. ALL BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHING l:.

Mr and Mrs BUI Kelley are .
the proud parents of a baby $1. PER ITEM
yin born Wednesday, '
You are eocdUlly MM. to visit our' new office'*t July, 28 Stacy at 9 p m. The Kelleys SWEATERS -' Shetland, Lambs Wool, Mohair, Alpaca and Wool, Alpaca' :
would like to thank all the peo- SLACKS Daeron and Cotton Wash & Wear Tapered Legs t ,,S
117 West Venice Avenue the: who so generously donated PARKAS end WINDBREAKERS Nylon with zippered pocked

Ynte, Florid their time to caring for the SUITS Dacron and Cotton Daeron and Wool + )
Telephone 4$I47IIWo I other three Keller' children SHIRTS Button down with taper body Madras, .Cotton Knit, Dacron Sand
while Mr*. Kelley was in the Cotton. All cotton, Scribe 4 TIES Silk Dacron, Cotton 55 5, j 'i
-- Wide all lather Madras cloth combination
offer the faclllt?** of. the New York Stock Exchange Trant-lm, Craft The regular Class will Thursday\resume night this SHOES Cawali and Drew 6 r

.'tWJones Newt Tp .nel many. other ..,,'Ie,.. Including portfolio Thursday at 7 p.m. Childrenof
member from 6 to IS are 'ID'he en'5 chCP
review-.e.1 urlty reference library and both haled and unlisted quotations. invited Immediately after'the :

craft class, at 8 p.m., the Water 7 i : t}
Ballet will perform. So
when you parent come to get 221 w. Venice Ave 1 ? ; '
'< children stay awhile and
Ph 411-1620 a i ij
d9 9f1k4, enjoy the first performance of
: our synchronized swimming lyc lycfl
"fAILIHIO lea, W* understand they have been \ j

MMssls. N sv Yost STOCI IIOANOSSwvfMf working. hard and. are really
lult*, good

A.rice'! Investere' tn 3J 'ocltlo". ,IWT FORGET-- ; 1y. }

,Fred Christopher's square

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I 4.-I1ie GONDOLIER Venice Fts."""" TWiy_, )'utJ s' I, 1944 _

I r; DOROTHY GATNOB II!I Miss Sarah/ Farley/ Weds //.f. GabelAir I II '

!(Jottings Women's Editor I of eggshell
Force Lt. and Mrs. street-length gown

Items to 488-9808 I James A. Gabel are at home brocade made with cap sleeves,

I In Rapid City, S. Dak., follow. a rounded neckline] and a semi-
ing their marriage here June fitted skirt. Her accessoriesand
- - - 29 bouquet were a pale orchid i

f I Mrs. Emmy Reilly has done to see a former Wavy friend ot Mrs Gabel is the former 1
Miss Sarah Ruth Farley] The mothers of both the
her good turn for the year foi Mrs. Helser and on to Washington -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John bride and groom were gownedin
the whole musical-loving] segment to visit a Navy cousin
I of the population. At -.0- Farley] of 265 Nokomis Ave, pink lace with which they
South. The groom Is the son of wore pink accessories and
least the has so far as Richard Mr. and Mrs Fred May
Rodgers of the IncomparableRodgersHammerstein spent their summer vacation in Mrs Roberta Gabel-Coffey of glamellia corsages 'r ,, t

team ii Michigan, at the home of Tampa. Out-<>f-town guests here for a Via y y a ,
The wedding solemnized]
concerned. One day recently on daughter Pauline In Eagle, was the wedding included Mr. and
at the home of the bride's par Mrs. Melvin] Q. Kennedy, :Mr
a Today show he was being with his brother Clifford in '
ents. The double-ring candlelight w'ui' 4r"
and :Mr. .i
and Mrs Henry Fraze
interviewed about a musical] on Bear Lake at a family cottageIn r w ,
which he Is now working and Northport. While they: were ceremony was performed and Mrs Gilbert Urschel of ns s s
before altar banked with ,
Emmy, while watching, began there Mrs May left to attend an St. Petersburg; Mrs. Roberta W 'R fir,
musing on why almost alwaysthe the Does convention in Rochester white chrysanthemums, gladiola Gabel Coffey, Mr. and Mrs. trti
] and ] Mrs James
drowned out by and palms Gary L. Garrison, Mr. and
lyrics are N. Y., for a few days
the orchestra in musical pro then rejoined Mr. May for a Ilghtower was organist and Mrs. Ken Fox, Mr. and Mrs.
ductions. So she wrote and asked few more weeks before they Philip Farley, brother of the James Ishee and Mr. and Mrs.

him, feeling "kin enough" flew home. bride, was soloist Berger Justin of Tampa; and
The bride was given In man Mrs. Carl M. Marr of
to do so because he and her -- Mr. and
y lage by her father. Her only
husband had been fraternity Palm Springs. l\
Two couples with a great attendant was a close friend, *
brothers at Columbia.] Less The reception was held at the
deal in common met for the Irs.. James Ishee of Tampa :
than a week later she had an first time this summer in Venice Berger Justin of Tampa was home of the bride's parents.

'.,. \ answer, and a promise: he Is and liked each other very best> man and the bride's broth. Assisting were Mrs Marr ti
: to do his best to Mrs. Joseph Farley, slster-in-
.: going very much. The Carl Vogels of FOB- era, Joe, Mark and David Far- f,
this happens again law of bride, and Miss Wilma -
see never toria, Ohio, came here to get ev. served as ushers. the
," iI! In any show with which he Is to know the Don Bredings and DeBoer, fiancee of Mark
.",..:J/ The bride's Florentine lace
'(, connected Thanks, Emmy the four had some pleasant gown: which was also worn by Farley

.L f2 : ; ..0- times: together during the vist. her sister when she was married For her golng-away; costume

... .- ,.k,-i_. _. This week-end will wind upa Their daughter Carolyn, to Carl M. Marr was the bride chose a white knit
became the bride of the Bred- suit and white accessories.
MISS DENISE BROWN pretty fantabulous] vacationfor made by Mrs. Farley It was
the Brad Smiths who have ings' son, Severn, while he was designed with a fitted bodice, The young couple is at home

spent the past two weeks of in the service. fitted sleeves ending at calla in Rapid City, S. D

their[ Jaunt at Hendersonvllle, - lily points over the wrist, anda Mrs. Gabel] is formerly of Indianapolis -

Miss Denise Brown N. C with The Rev. and Mrs. New to the Venice area are jewel neckline edged with St. Petersburg and

Sydney J. Browne of Fort MV' the Kenneth Heidens and' their tiny organdy flowers and seed Tampa. She was graduatedfrom

ers. They are staving at the six children. They moved here pearls. The flared skirt endedin Venice High School and

Episcopal] Conference Centerat the first of July] from Lakeland a brush train. Her fingertip Manatee Junior College where L =- "i.
Camp Kanuga where Brad where Ken had been Insurance veil of silk illusion fell from a she obtained her degree in : ,

i Ralph Anderson Jr. said this week thev are fishing manager for Scott Kelly dur pearl and illusion tiara and nursing. She was previously LT. AND MRS JAMES GABEL I

golfing and playing bridge ing his campaign for governorof she carried a cascade bouquetof employed at Tampa General

En route north on a coastal Florida. Heiden, with 17 white chrysanthemums centered Hospital.The I celved his B.S. In engineering upon graduation and Is station,

fishing cruise he caught a ID- years experience In the insurance with a white orchid. Her groom was graduated from, the University of Flor I ed at Ellsworth Air Force I

pound Florida black bass whichIs business, has opened up rings were Gabel family heir. from Plant High School and re- ida. He entered the Air Force Base, S Dak.BEAU'S ,
Will Be Married being mounted and will his own agency at his home at looms.

grace his office wall upon his 512 Venezia Parkway He is a Mrs. Ishee wore a simpleWoman's 1 -
return veteran of WWII, in which he
served for three with the
Mrs. Franklin K. Brown of High School] and a 'Junior at ...0- years
8th US Air Force in England, Club
300 Nassau St. today announces the University of Tennessee Architect Don Kalec] Is sit. and came to Florida from First FallBack _.s.-

the engagement of her where she is a psychology ma tins on pins and needles these Massachusetts In 1951. __,
daughter Miss Denise Sandra jor. She Is a member of Alpha days In Chicago. He was chosen __
Brown, to Ralph E Anderson Chi Omega Sorority, Associated first alternate for the 12 To Hear Talk To School
of Venice
Two members the
Women Students. Sarasota Fulbright architectural scholarships
Jr.The Is the Debutante Club and Venice In Finland in Seotem- Grouper Snooper Skin & Scuba .
son of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph] E, Yacht Club. ber and should any of the 12 Diving Club Williamson, Dr. and Mrs.Inaugurate By DecoratorJohn "Season fSpanners"
Douglas helped
men selected not be able to 1j
Anderson of 400 Pensacola The groom-elect Is also a go
the Lobster Season
Road ]1962 Venice High School graduate Don Is in. He wrote his father, Walker, top interior designer .
on the Keys Saturdayand .
Col, James Kalec, that he feels
Miss Brown's late father was He received a scholarship Sunday. They report that with Rosemary Boudonof '
Franklin K. Brown. to the University of Tennessee -, highly been] named honored alternate even to since have within an hour thev had caught St Armand Key, will be I ;,

A 1962 debutante Miss Brown where he is a junior in enough lobsters ((18) to supply guest speaker at the luncheon
"the chosen all vet.
chemical] engineering. He Is a men are meeting of Venice Nokomis Being Shown In
was presented at the Annual eran architects and tops In the them for quite some time.
Presentation Ball Sarasota member of Sigma Chi Fraternity also the Woman's Club Aug 12. 1
at They made interesting
j field or have been teaching for _
has been
and recently selected -
Memorial Auditorium and at observation that there were {
The Kalecs] waitIng
Venice Yacht Club. to be a counselor in the years are and fish the Dress Sections!
I residence halls. it out also because if Don more lobsters on .. ,
She is a graduate of Venice gets to go he and his wife will Lower Keys, where spear fishIng .
The date of the wedding will be down here first to deposit is ]legal, than there are on The nation's top'I
be announced later. the Upper Keys (where they
; MinistersTo some of their belongings. Then
.Guest( the senior Kalecs] will departfor dove the previous weekend) fashion lines .

a northern trip for the rest where spear fishing .Is illegal. :

Fill Calvary Legion Auxiliary of the summer. -0- r Berkshire i '

- Mrs. A. W. Moreman and ,

I ;Reformed Pulpit President Names Dr E Robert Chable] has daughter, Barbara, have spentan C Parkshire }
exciting month In the north
come home from a cultural and l
,Beginning Aug. It guest min. historical] jaunt with a strong which included several firsts Forever
Committee Heads
liters will occupy the pulpit'at recommendation that anyone for Barbara. She was honored Young I ,
Calvary Reformed Church of with a party; at the home of her
planning] to travel North Caro
Chairmen uncle and Mr. and Mrs Abby KentFenwick {
Venice Gardens while the pas for the 1964-65 lina-ward go to Manteo to see aunt
tor The Rev. Frank J. Shearer activities of American Legion Paul Green's symphonic orchestral Arthur De Vincenti! of Scotch

is on vacation No-Vel] Unit 199 Auxiliary are ] drama, "The Lost Col] Plains, N. J, a combination Casuals
Don announced this week by the high school] graduation and col. ;
Crawford will conductthe ony. The story of Sir Walter
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. service president, Mrs Arthur P. Raleigh's lost colony, it is historically lege-entrance (Webber College) 'k Career Casuals I
fete. The four later
on Aug. 18 John Van accurate and musically ] acceptance
Mantgem. senior student at They are: Mrs. W B Suns superb he said. While gone, attended the graduation of Arthum Casual Maker j

Western Theological Seminary rehabilitation: Mrs C. N'I Dr. and Mrs. Chable] visited the Moreman from Sea-Bee

of Holland. Mich., will be in Stevens, Americanism Cloister at Sea Island] Ga., the Planning and Estimating Flair of Miami'
the pulpit on Aug 23, 30 and 'an-Americanism: Mrs Dick Outer Bunks and Ocracoke Is- School] at Davisville, R. I.,

I Sept. 8. Rich, child welfare: Mrs. land, off N. C., various historical where Arthur was third in his r-------.M- Mr. Mciver Hi
Air-conditioning of the new George Kaup community ser Virginia spots and ended class Then Mrs. Moreman and /

sanctuary and Sunday schoolrooms vice; Mrs. M. B. Giberson, their trip with stays at Gatlm- Barbara saw New York and i American Institute of Design, Pat Nichols P :
is now completed The education and scholarship] ; burg and on the Skyline DriveIn "did" the World's Fair Shopping a graduate of Auburn University a

} Rev. Mr Shearer said He also Mrs. Curtis Boyle Girls State;; the Blue Ridge Mountains on Fifth Avenue was the and has done postgraduatework Meg Marlowe .
,{ announced that the Sunday Mrs. Rose Feldman, junior -0- big event for Barbara who was at Parson's School of De. ji .

\ evening Community Hymniinj activities; Mrs. Lillian John. Dr. Chable's mother Mrs. seeing NYC for the first time. sign His work has covered all and"

services will be resumed on son, ]legislative activities.. -0A phases of residential and com
Sept. 27. Also Fred W. Hohman, wrote them recent GONDOLIER story mercial Interior : i f
Mrs A. Johnson, liaison decorating and ,
that she had a most delightful introducing .
\ - with the Legion; Mrs. H P. surprise when she was aboard on camping mentioned the fact he works both in contemporary 4 ::
-' Kuvkendall that several local and area and traditional He has j
membership Mrs. areas. 't .
; the U. S. South America on a I BETTY ,,
Albin families using this firm's been ] In Inter. -
Johnson, music; Mrs Great Lakes cruise ]last month. are actively engaged
BON TONSULFBREE2E camp-on-wheels for traveling. for in Sarasota for the
George Kaup past-president One of the entertainers announced design BARCLAY JR'S! r
I parley; Mrs. William Rudolph, he was dedicating a Seems there are a number of past 12 years
HOTEL i poppy; Mrs. Kermit Wise, to her and she dumb them, according to reports received Luncheon will be served at
radio and public relations] ; since then The Charles 12:30: p,m. and the lecture will
founded until she learned immediately
FINAL SALEbefore : I Mrs Edgar Bahret social; afterward that the Wilhkens of Port Charlotteare begin at 1:15: p.m. Reservation

I Mrs. Stelly Spiker, cochairman songster was Bob Yerkes BobIs summering in Maine. Others should be made by noon, Aug A favorite of Sarasota Co.
CLOSING FOR Mrs Clarence Kirchway, working as a steward on the closer home who are away 11, by calling Mrs. J. Carrol
and this summer in their Cam- Loughlin.
ways means; Mrs Lottie
ship doubling entertaint.
as an -
VACATION Hogle, meeting entertainment; .. He wasn't sure earlierIn Pacts are: Mr and Mrs. J. Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter, president Originally shown by Elizabeth Ana

and Mrs. Alice Lumley, Mrs. the summer what the between Burch Tennyson of Venice will be In charge.
Mel Rebber, Mrs. Dick Rich Gardens who are in New Eng
ti '/ PRICE and Mrs A. Johnson, memo wculd college sessions Job land: the Glenn Griggs, in
comprise. Now know.
.at Alaska the Donald Smiths,
ers -large. ;
Bob Is the son of Mrs. Irwin CHOICE OF FABRICSNylon
Auxiliary members attendedan trekking across Canada; the
Yerkes Mrs. Hohman is
Assorted Sizes all-day conference at Lake In Cleveland] and pres.ently will Frank Stormers. in the White Y-q, \1\qdt4&
Placid Sunday Mountains of New Hampshire; and Arnel
where they were ] Jerseys, Faille
75 DRESSES leave there soon for a tour of
guests of Unit 25. Mrs Walter the Oscar Ennedys, the Pacific
Johnson Unit 25 president, the Canadian maritime provo Coast and Alaska, and the Dacron and Dacron Blends
Inces. She also]
Miscellaneous has spent sometime
was hostess and Mrs. Swanson David Lewises, Eastern Can 223 W. Venice Ave.
this in Smok. Cream
.mmer the Whip Rayon Linens, Silk
50 ITEMS gave the response to Mrs. ey; Mountains. ada.
ohnson's welcoming] address. Blends, Seersucker Blends and
All /2 of Reg. Price Speaker of the day was Mrs. --0 Asolo Playreading
Eisele of Port Charlotte, new. The Oct. 14 fiftieth wedding w..i .J" many others Including cottons.SPECIALLY .
\ Iy elected anniversary for the Fred Kit- rAN
SALE STARTSAUGUST district president, " I"
who reviewed the values of the ters of West Bay Drive Is being Is Set For 'Sunday

Legion and Auxiliary and celebrated all this year.
6th spoke of the assistance given Their children have all arranged A play; reading of Edgar Lee UAL") PRICED 6.99 to 16.99
Master's "Spoon River Anthology"
11' widows and children of veterans summer holidays hereso
d. the grandchildren can be I by Asolo] Theater Sum :, n'p'
dk 1R' teaker
mer Comedy; Festival cast is
with the Ritter* and the last '
fl'lI croup, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc. set for Sunday at 2:30: p.m. at f A '!1
SARG'SDIVESHOP Br'dii and their six from Ao1o Theater. }
I I is to the
Corrunna. Mich., departed The reading open

, I Monday, Previously Mrs John public and there will be no U ,I
F Cavanaugh was here with charge ( 14; Y111Jl'f'
her nine and Mrs. James Fitzpatrlrk ,

f : at the) relehratlon with her will five.take The placein actual Does Will Vote I 0iSALE You'll find oppeoling styles for school, for J

Venice Chef Restaurant California, Mrs Ritter said, business, for shopping in these
'I where they; will Join his sister On New Members U t

ON THE TRAIL VENICE a s- and brother who were presentat J Ship 'n Shore '
the wedding in 1814 Balloting on candidates for Lady Preston

SCUBA & SKIN DIVING -- membership will take place at s

The the meeting of Benevolent and The prices are so right2OO2.993.995.99
EQUIPMENT Cent Helsers and youngsters Patriotic Order of Does, Drove I

Tim and Kim, are home 141, Aug. 13 at 8 p.m. at Elks] I
AIR STATION from a three weeks trip to Hall. i T

Ohio. Michigan, Niagara Falls,
'OPEN, MONDAY thru FRIDAY Canada Fairfield Conn., and The by monthly the Does will not partygiven be
Washington, D. C, vliit-
They held this month. I I
SATURDAY Till NOON ed friends In Newark und Fay I

ette, Ohio and In Bronson,
FREE scuba diving instruction their Rummage Sale
Mich. on way to Canada r Venice
jn with purchase of tank and came home by; way of Lemon Bay Women's Club Shopping
Will hold sale from
North rummage Center
; and regulator. Haven, Conn., where
r ) a.m. to 2 p m. tomorrow and
they visited his relatives. They Saturday at the clubhouse] on In Every Dept K.'p You Abr.olt Of The New

also flopped in FUrfleld Connt Coconut Street, &nflfjw
i 'I }: M a x

..;-.. GOFIDOLTER. Yenraa. E:7. ...-. uay- : : 7Gryea4 E, T9a 64-5

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Venetians: Give Art Works To Ringling ..... !

n ATE' I
9 Illy 'y Announcement Is made !this '
week of the presentation of I/I
eight work of art by recent
and modem master to Ring- 7 9y '
ling Museum of Art by Mr and ::.
Mrs George Gibbs Jr of Gibbs r 6, *'

1 Road.Probably best known of the
European and American artists olJ

represented are Chagall, Cross,
Lachalse and Dufresne Thereare ,-
four oils, two gouaches, a =
pencil sketch, a drawing and a fa
wood figure in the collection. I"i
The works and artists are: *.. ,
"Blue Mountain in Denville," .... i"

oil by David Burlluk; "The 1 : ,
Farmer and His Pig from
'Fables of LaFontaine a ..c ,
gouache by Marc Chagall: ..... ,1. '
r'1: ; 'Industrial Building* an oil : 1 t ', S"
by Crawford, and "Girl Doing
Handstand," in wood by Chain o .... & ',;
Cross "'it '
Also "Seated Woman, pen
1 cil sketch by Gaston Lachaise; I
Harbor"" an oil by Andre G) :.4I
Ihote; "Still Life" an oil by '
Charles Dufresne; and "Five -=
Seated Figures," a drawing by

Jules Pascln J',

Fleming Brings y !f d e o

Key Club Work 6 'v, tI 1 1t

-.- From Convention
ANYONE STRIKES OIL IN VENICE Ot- making tools and dies for rigs in Bradford, Dennis Fleming, president of ?t
Bodecker of 1757 Banyan Drive Venice Pa., Bodecker worked for two years after his Venice High School Key Club, .. .
ardeni! i is the man who can supply the rig. retirement five years ago completing the brought home from the July -- .\ 1" r tr'tI.tH"I.... "" I
e can, that is, if It's a very little well, be- model. It drills the well, then pumps the oil. Key Club International Convention .... I
1UH Eodecker's standard drilling oil well The story of his project will appear in Mon- In Dallas a year's program MARC CHAGALL'S "The Farmer and His Gibbs Jr. of Gibbs Road. Mrs. Gibbs, herselfa
in exact, scale model. A, day's GONDOLIER. for the local group themed Pig" is one of the eight works by recent and painter collected them when she was a student -
tired machinist who worked for 22 years "Inspire Individual Initiative." modem artists which have been given to both in this country and in Europe. The '
Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs Ringling Museum by Mr and Mrs George donors are shown with the Chagall. I'.
Thomas F Fleming of 912 The
Venice Leaves For Fair Meets To ResumeBy Rlalto, was sponsored at the t it
Bear Will
convention by his club and the Smokey t.
tiS Venice Kiwanis Dub There 1 EWORT1FOR .
Senior CAPSenior
were 2,000 delegates and adult Attend Club PartySmokey
If Her Chills Go Away advisers at the July 58 ses ,'
meetings of Venice Bear Is sending two 1.1. 1
Composite Squadron, Civil Air sionAccording to Fleming, the representatives to a party for .
Bin anticipation and excite- sights, attend Radio City Music Patrol, will resume Monday local Key Club, composed of 25 members of the Smokey Bear t.
Kit of her major prize asBis Hall and some plays, and spend after a summer recess members, will adopt the year's !reading club at the Venice
Venice of 1964," a trip as much time as possible at The Monday meeting will be theme around which they will Area Public Library tomorrowat
New York City and the the World Fair. They will be held at 7:30: p.m. in the CAP arrange their program. They 2 pm t.t I IIJJ
rUi Fair, may have been gone for five days and stay at Ready Room at the Venice Airport will "inspire individual initia All children who have completed t
Kjt too much for Miss Fran- the Edison Hotel Plans for the forthcoming tive spiritually, morally, Intellectually the reading program are cardigan
Webinga this week. Bob Jones, publicity directorof senior indoctrination classes prysically, sociallyand invited to attend the festivities.Mrs. .
Monday evening she was ex- the Florida Pavilion at the will be discussed by Lt. politically" by attending Dorothy Lantz, Librarian .
flfly making plans and Tues- Fair, has arranged for gate John D DeBaltz, squadron religious services as a group, has announced that the
morning she was flat on passes for them and has assured commander visiting a different church each Smokey Bear Reading Club !
Jr back In bed with a tempers the Jaycees he will "do Persons 18 years and older week; by inspiring self.rev ,certificates will be presented rill *
and chills, her mother, all I can to make her visit are eligible to join the CAP erence, knowledge and self I by one of Smokey helpers at. erage
j. Paul Webinga of Over. more pleasant as senior members control, by inspiring and ac I tired in the familiar costume co
*k Gardens Firms which donated the ',knowledging high scholastics An officer of the Forestry
( Venice and her motherdue funds for her trip are Venice. as well as physical fitness, and ,Service will give a short talk A.
to department this Nokomis Bank, First National FIT FOR EACH OTHER giving awards for both; and by on conservation and punch and
truing where they will take Bank of Venice First Federal inspiring good citizenship and cookies will be served at the .
jet plane to New York, if Savings and Loan Men., Sara- NEW YORK (AP) When sponsoring a "get out the vote" conclusion of the event.
Bill Hartack won the Wood campaign. The story hour will take
races is able. Members of sota Federal Savings and Loan
Assn Funeral Memorial aboard Paul Mellon The club meets each Thursday place as usual from 10 a.m. to ,
Venice Area Junior Cham- Farley Home,
's Quadrangle it marked the Other officers are Tom 11 a.m. and Mrs. William Ed-
Commerce Wolfer Inc Warm
r are planningsee Motors ,
jockey's third ride and third Landgraf vice-president, Ray mondson of the Presbyterian
her off at the
duij to'' Dr Luther plane Luck ac-, Mineral Springs, Inc. and victory with the bay colt by Joelson, secretary, and Jim Church kindergarten will be BACK
Warm Mineral Springs Inn Cohoej Tap Day Van' Keuren, treasurer. guest story teller for this week
?CM member who arranged TO II
the trip. I ..." .. .." .T.... .. . "" ." r ... .e. t
"Me In New York France. SCHOOLUse ,
d I her mother will see the I k

rains Plannedy za. td '

Casey KeyanSteve == f e

Click of Casey Key hasP t
ed to the U. S. Army dis- : F.1rf' .
; *
T. ,, ,
rt engineer's office in Jack-
''Wile for authorization to
'"struct seven groins' with A. ;
ck mounds at his property, .
miles north of Venice Inn -
1, a beach erosion pre-

The concrete and timber fift1i'
KIM would be spaced from
I to 130 feet apart and extend FOR YOUR i
to the gulf 30 to 50 feet frome t CONVENIENCE!
high.water shoreline on

'Ici'; "M property %;; ,lfisses'cardigan Shetland-type II

NOT WEATfjwEH4NGE 1 1 ./l': jI'U _....y"oz ,.; I.. L.S... ........"" _A -.. .. ....... .. .. <: ..........;:,a.g

A W YOUR SHOES TWO SISTERS WHO MARRIED BROTHERS and live in Ven- enshlp and Mrs. Lola Jenkins. Another sister Miss Hattie 3.99
TINIER A DAY" ice are hostesses this week to two other sisters from Norton Blankenship is a teacher in Gallup, N. Mex and is summer- Orion* 1
Va. Mrs. Harry Boardman of 605 Madrid Ave has lived here log' In California this year. Shown at the Harry Boardmanfour cardigan with
years and her sister Mrs Horrace Boardman of 600()() home the sisters are, left to right Miss Blankenship, Mrs square neck,big button tics
a Valencia Road come in 1959. Guests are Miss Lermla Blank- Harry Boardman, Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Horrace Boardman ing.fell Sizes 34-40 and pretty pas e. aI::

Sane style sizes 42-46.$4.05 I II74

I "Halfway. House" Will Be Subject Of FilmLittrell I

The story of "Halfway says the film will tell ing better community programs CANDYJust ; I LLI ."
House," Sarasota County Mental the story of the agency's creation and facilities with ideasas -J
I Heath Assn facility for and development of the to what can be done and inspire 'fr
mental institution returnees, iso model project designed to be a them to get the Job
: be the subject of a film 'stepping stone" for mental done." i itS to
which will be premiered in patients who are being reab- Mrs. Littrell said "Halfway tr
Sarasota in January' sorbed Into the life of the com- House" has proved to be a successful CQo
ryW Assn President Mrs Ray munit"...,. project
; The film will be made by :&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC Just received...

.uyaetat. .......Y...rne.eMOSe .oreaJerry's SUMMER SPECIAL Information Services, Inc, a afresh ,
public relations and
.COMPOST county '"
film producing firm It is already GULF THEATER
MESH SHOES fOl' COMFORT DANCE arousing wide interest shipment ( t5 ,,, ftI

."Cool..... elf"tile .III-.. ...hee.....Ma I thor. a will s.ra..p CLUB Mrs Littrell said, and HarryR Friday and Saturday y M.Y OC\e ;
of Florida
Gonzales president
kM .err .ea ; ::h..... of 2 lessons Assn for mental health ..
Two wrn d to the BLUE DOLPHINS" ...
r"lea said It will be shown .. IArItIA
x.a one party
board members of the national Sunday ?' .... ..5!
ONLY $2.35 per wk. association of which he II also of Chand-typeOrloi .....
19.99ep president "GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM"coming ...

to due 8 PRIVATE LESSONS State Rep. John W Hasson "THE BEATLES" delicious sweater O. N
a member of the House Mental
10Nationolly 4 group Health Committee, promised
4 social the Assn the world premier of Tropical Drive-In Q 8CANDIES 3.99 1.E;
ONLY the: film when the committee
/ t' convenes In Sarasota during Fashion neclcline on hand o 'Ia;,
AdYlrll.eJ and Saturday
I Colors legislative weekend in January. Friday some mock cable knit
to Choose From 32. He laid he> is convinced the "THE VISITORS" . to give and enJoy.| sweater in 100* Orion* ?
Aldo.N'M', .J'14"\J. film will enlighten and aid the acrylic. White, onions
E legislators in their work of creating "YOUNG & WILLING""STAGE ASSOtRD CHOCOUIfS Small,medium,large, 1
reu ASTAIJU a sound legislative program TO 1 lb. $1.60 3 lb. $3.15 ; r Nr
WNCi STUDIOS for mental health. THUNDER ROCK" <0on ) !
Earl Donaldson executive DICK.& MEADOWS i't t
88011 COMFORT! SHOP to 10 director ,of the state mental Sunday f'l ;j ATWOOLWORTH'S -C '
..."Orth1o.., sasses u_ Open |10 am pm health' agency said that agency "DR. STRANGE LOVE""BLACK PHARMACY TOut MOHCn WORTH MORE

III W. Ve.lce Ave, 1233 GULFSTREAM AVE. will cooperate and that "this GOLD"' 231 W. Venice Are. 1
VENICE SARASOTA film should provide citizen >
N ':,'!.' '* ". ./ ea.s'c. ph. 9S8-647S I__ PH. 488-6776 _
.. M..... group* interested In establish

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'- ... GrONDOm.R.. v..rc... Ft.. TIi.'ir..,. &l.IKJ I..1964.
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WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK: Unexpected l Showers II IB7

ton B. MARTIN whit lightning flash.. lapse.

I Rfp'AI The new day! wee brilliant ed by crashing tolling UMM:

.s/:. Fraternities Too Cliquey The calm blue waters of Rob utter shook bewilderment the ground ..picked II

arts Bay reflected some high *
d I cumulus clouds In the east the paper again and reree41be

I ;.tI: .1 various birds war having a> weather forecast . "IsoUt" !
town meeting In the bush* showers may mar a del
111' : Says High School CrowdBy across the Inlet at Eagle Point; day . ,

.' >>::' a mullet leaped high at the This was a shower Ournm
.t"1111 Florida nan that felt good on was a ponds running rQ

i, HIIIIBI Or TUB ASSOCIATED MKSJ r Vases or TIll rLOBIDA FRfciS ASSOCIATION EUGENE GILBERT my barely awakened body a* covered paved atreeta; till
,. '.. President Gilbert Youth I stooped to pick up the morning beautiful camas. lushly
\1 ,. : Tb Auocliud ,... H .zoliulvtly, UltM MM w 'oo _bU.._ or W pm. ".__ arsine' w Research, Inc. At usual, the head high stalk. lay brokeTJ ill
. . . paper
otlwrwiM .
am ndiuri' ikii cape lid tit led oublllllod AU "lehe.1 ,apabeauae
,I ".eUI" dtopMcbM. .r. mitt nMrv...k Facing the social l linea were disturbing, so I took ringed by almost gale wtaS
1\ Tb ...... .1' kwl, rfwttotnt mrtMtt ft ihteNMlf . raspaps to tmrrWiM wi .. npiDUmUn.. bf a new school year, my coffee and cigarettes to our on a seven-foot pole, our sta
:! forklddn tuna M rltta. ixroilMtei., agers say that . screened In patio and settled book bird house toted at jL

p ,t >blM.4 Iwv Monte w' Thnnfer. Ifnm head B. MluU Amw sororities In high down to find out what progres alarming angle; the patio
_tnuwl At 8.eo.< Ca' MitUr AI fat OHtot Ai V Bto> Florid junior high schools the world had mad In a flooded; the furniture dreivTd
ji l" bery and promote few abort houri. : and still the rains earn,
;'11)\)\ EDWARD D. BALL .... Editor and Publisher Unction. When uninterrupted exceptfor After about an hour of tw,

; : COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising Manager We questioned 1179 the continual whir of wings ao-called shower the soy
.!+, SAM girls on the subject. aa birds flit back and forth to shifted. Suddenly, w* wrkk
/ DILLON News and
Newsphoto Editor per cent were against! our feeder. I take about an broadalda by a blast from tit
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent ganizations In p I' hour to digest the news I had west. The lightning itffl tread.
schools A few just finished the first part of. led the thunder still renhv"

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $9.24 per year $3.23 per six months 12.79 might approve of the paper and was folding it rated and rolled the rains wiad
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county. $6.29 per year ".25 colleges, but most neatly for my' husband who down in Increasing inn
: per six months, $3 per three months. posed to them In read it later when a gust of city and the dry haven of OIl,
A__ learning institution wind almost tore it from mr home seemed to be fleeing
Rrpnwntiumi Flo Pm Swvto rhea N.rewe 114 k
) _. :J'n;.. York. N. t.l .: Gal) Dttiott lIf-n. cent saw nothing ' hands I looked up. The b r'. an underworld MB, espedtb
them; others ruffled waters were a dull aa the flooded high tide k2
I opinion. grey; the sun was entirely raised the Inlet water.

ff f Most opponents of obliterated by thunderheads; After more than two homed
Uncle Sam. LandownerThe ties and sororities (. and low on the eastern horizon, deluge, the storm stopped *

i girls than boy. black drippy ominous clouds suddenly aa it had begun l.
them) gave similar scudded furiously toward me. sun came out to steam dry th
federal government owns 3,327,000acres The U. S. Fish" and Wildlife Service hat The reply of Roy li Before I could move the land, the birds darted la IJr

of land in Florida out of the 34,- title to 101,260 ecru and the T.nn.IIMV.If.y IT, of Kenil Alaska, porch furniture back and corr a sodden meal, verythlM
cal: "They are cliques our 1200 pocket book library looked lush and
721,000 acres which make. up the total I Authority owns 48,141 acres In blab children." Gary with a heavy tarpolln.! the first the forlorn cannaa, punlMwrens MOM

land area of the state, according to the Florida. The balance Is held in small another 17-yetr-old people"A big drops rattled like hall on looked over their dflid

Florid State Chamber of Commerce.This amounts by luch agencies at the Federal bello, Calif., said: people"l our patio roof. Then, the rains dated home, only puddles n.malned .
young people should came, sheeting in almost horizontally ; in the streets, and
U. mt
j amount of land owned by the Aviation Agency, Veterans Admtnlstra* into coteries with
and start a steady rhythm; Still half asleep husband want
S. Government figures to 9.58 p.r cent tion, Coast Guard, Bureau of Prisons, Pub- ins other at such the bay was no longer visible; erlng In from the bedroom 114

of the Florida total Nationally, the U. S. lic Health Service and the Post Office age" a sparrow clung tenaciously to seeing the drenched pita

Government holds ownership to 771 million Interestingly' 322,000 acres of the Florida From Lynn Rogers the feeder rail; palm fronds said. "Ge. tt must have rib!
... .
Fairview M. streamed like long twisting ed last night. Funny 1
acres, principally in the west, or 34 total I has been held by the U. S. emohatla comment: .- ........I fingers in the fierce wind; blue hear a th1ll,."

per cent of the total area of the 50 states Government continuously since Florida sororities think '

The 3,326,998 acres of federal landsIn was procured from Spain in IS 19. The than any one else bunch of
others feel Inferior. a Venice
Florida It the largest amount In any balance was acquired by purchase, exchange similar view Joan keeps students Area Church Directory

state east of the Mississippi River. Over or gift at In the case of the New York City, said: ; work."

half of this lend in Florida, or 1,348,865 Everglades National Park, a gift to the bership is often judged per cent not of IT N4T1UN'I1Ct'l CHURCI EPISCOPAL: TBJNTTT METHODIST L.a.Cb.elrr. CHUBd. I'
and popularity and were fOil COO eve otnoet NwtbasPtee!
acres It held by the National Park Service federal from the state government. much competition." fraternity or Tun W. Lhbtbn"N "_hID sans.., taitmn. ti.

and 1,074,981 acres by the U. S. For. Despite the federal government's vast A different opinion too uprising, lass.Pe..ra; /la, {eYrw woes =:-Smj. tOe u
._'l OUUM TamtSTl
iUbr 0- M sad art
cent their ttntv M
pressed by Carol
est Service The Department of Defense holdings In Florida, this h a big state a.a
have such
Louisville who
Ky. any
and NASA own together 741,577 .cr'lln and there's still plenty of elbow room ties bring girls But here is a Yale BT-WM u Mintt ATCM A. -51153105.
the state Air Force Hold. for .... Vlooc Mcuriek P ... Mad... ..
principally in the thousands of new resident who emphasized that "the : of the high Bndmr ....... MM. L" or ........ i ee L.. w..uS vr. see..
i Ings. move in each year to share the good life. do not consider ; high schools Uankui Wonkln' Iliee L" . .
superior to other 11'1. nine' SOT*.* Oleo .... ran BAPTIST CRUMB
and sororities, w.d.dap. ...... 1l0000a. sse .... H. B..,.. ant
neth Johnson. 17, of .. I.. C.... B.
City, rnd., felt the .. : groups were VKNICB4IO1COMIS SUTHOOISTCKVICB ..,:,.., Ottkkwtai
"It gives you," he the disap trade. ..41 L., ..*... Mal.
II The Consumer ,lm ATMM ........... t-UI II 1Ot... Wonklv Bml.
: Speaksr chance to meet new authorities! Juki Ink. JM. PwhMM tl4S..... Ton* pMrtl
www, ......, ':1' w. ... II Y.a
.. .
r'a eeadC45 L" .......... ,.i em. lflMk Smhk fiwCBUBCB
r .l>odljt. Youtt F..ll w.Hp. ISM .... r ......
women like many Western men Finally, 84 of them got together and The People SpeakTo
believe In direct action. When they have rounded up 10 per cent of the town men toe S. TuiluU. Trail 4W-4M1 ,.. :
....... TlM .... Clwrhe L .... 'M *
I a gripe they don't try to get torn government chants They tat them down at a meeting Chunk Sebnll tilt Uk a fcrt M.rf"JnMtai,," tffekfef 41 .**4 TH

agency to do something aboutIt. and told 'em off but good. And theyweren't The Editor: them. On. had the self respectto page Insisting that every columnist Wmkl.1 sew sal I ,......... 4uuama --
r It took an out-of-countynew. say. "I don't want to put must writ with responsibility LI/'I'UIWt OJroaoa Bmr / .. Ids our
done themselves.It
They it .
get bashful either. Some of them Yuba waning isM .
paper's lead out of Of 4 .. awtb a UoL 1o- tM.SiSC
paragraph the anyone a Job. course then only la the press YaA ..... .
happened again just recently out in they admitted, were a little on the story of the Sarasota County not. Only let us painlessly, worthy of ita own constitutional no W..a....... -_-...sane .4IUIIt s asles. ..,.... Ti 0MnUB s. .
Cutter County Montana. "hefty" side. Whet, they asked, Is It with public bearing on Sign Regulations bloodlessly and without Injuryor freedom. aad.n IoItoaL .,11 L" w- .. TlM H*

I Many of the women there were memo all/ these skintight Jeans for teens In the to point up whet happened work remove all signs by Yet there Is a hug and cry BJW OMM SttS a. anmcH or CATHOUO THB tplPHAJrf
July 30th. attending public hearing.
bert of the home demonstration one by publishers throughout the nUT CHURCH or cIWITo Hank Hutnr Drlrc ,,e** SM4T
county shops What's a working. homemaker goIng Quote: "Th* results of one The local dally said ao. It must land "Preserve OUR free III w.'CIEfTI4T v._ .. .b..kmi 4aLssanl
clubs. When they got together to learn to wear? year's work of the Sarasota be so. press, preserve OUP. constitutional ,. R*. a.. ..... .Cm W. o..Ioa

how to do a better fob of homemaking. The merchants got the message. New County Planning and Zoning It's no wonder president rights, preserve OUR ...-....... Mbai, .II ii a..... std.r r.,,. -,w nee S* KllriTlM
Eisenhower .
Commission to create new sign castigated the col. right to inviolate ,, a led M
keep the
they discovered they all had the tame stock began appearing on their shelves In regulations went down the umnlsts and the press in general of information. =.. U.t'ere ... h a p.. .., .k .i R.MM.T 4tN M SiN

sort of gripes about things that were goIng a hurry and services Improved. And whena drain yesterday a* the Sarasota at the Republican Con source Let us not beat our breast aa-me.. _.,I..dap. '-W P S5dwa r 1. ... h4a. as ad Oda r sue a.
on down on Main Street. merchant didn't have what a homemaker County Commission voted vention. General Walker won for OUR Constitutional right
The storekeepers. were doing tad job wanted, he sent her to another store 4-1 to,reject" unquote the proposed ordinance the an Associated$800,000 libel Press suit aa against reported unless we are willing for everyAm.rlc.n Maw.... r Guard PKM .DMIM.* 0.... Purr PKE8BTTERIAM!: CHUICB

l of taking care of the locally produced that did. This Is the crux of the de June 20, 1M4. Perhaps that to have those SAME tuna abe. tiU .& 0. T.ena C-.alw,. J. Pr.Ontar.... Yrba
segment of the which rights. To accomplish our ends Wonkl..*. ..CTto.., 114 MfcM. Sndv 111** ... Wonhfe 8CklMraBli .
food products, especially eggs they Man cant you jut see that posse riding bacle inspired by political machinations press and still keep our Constitution 1'. ,. use t** ClM bald tomlu. "
fomented by a wants to be the law and dictate able SMte. flit .... wada, with Aster wrrhwVBNICBWOIOMIB
greed. The repair shops were doing shod. Into town waving their skillet Irons Sarasota and In. policy by undermining intact we must remember to _

dy work on fixing home appliances. They It |lust gale to prove you can get what flamed Into newspaper emotionalism by a elected public officials should take no of action law Didn't without the due holocaust process rbo'1..VI\NT8\ DAY\Ir ...4Ymf1111'nM S,. a CALVARY or VXNICB REFORMED OABDExaItot CHTTICI

:' couldn't find parts they needed for map you want If you know what It is. columnist This man not only reread that libel story In Nazi Germany start Pry.-eras.-. L Oasis. N rtk Bun. MMTk
When the
returns to its ..
showed press ROT. Pmk PMaMar.
an abysmal ignoranceof .
chines. with book -- e.adap ade s.ab.r.
p, Memphis, Tenn. Commercial Appeal the law but had the poor basle responsibility of reporting burning? -, roll Ts.W ...asev.R""W Mdvlu,,_.., IliO* *.m.ComnHr .
1 taste to criticize the large segment objectively writing objec RUTH L MAY PRiaBTTUUAMOHUROH : anuses lao a.
t J't of retired citizenry tive editorials on the editorial Venice, Fla. Sr. RAPHAEL'SOP cNusca
(backbone of Sarasota County SflikMri Dttt A. BcnrlMIW EMGLXWOOOBi.

. and its economy) who have the rr tM Rea., wrest vasra __ MM* Omm W. OunlMki
Double Cross sense to refuse to plunge into Gardener's CornerBy =-= ti4S a. s
1/t situations *m Snrwkrmkl tM a.. Ileab If rawC'S'
i know about which they B.U| 11 M, Qudoa 1.s. Oaa/rdar:" ..:: ::
nothing has.
i HAROLD T. HAYES the original ground level was a
I ij Two counterfeiters with a talented but much In the Well meaning persons whoadmitted Landscaping Experiences mite low. Right there w* two SAINT MA as/a trisoorAt. CHOBCBrW UNITED CHURCH or CHRISTOONCRIOATlOMALCHaiSTUUI
money. Deep mountains, that THEY knew
About five years ago, after old hand. at this garden Stern r haws
Stupid engraver found themselves with a nothing of the background Mm B** Dar DM PttMM. sawn VAN&EUOAl: AND aEPORMB)
flashed wife and I
they had
one on a crossroads storekeeper my looked started to learn things. First -east. a..r.- .
i Urge quantity of almost-ptrfect bills on the laws, or the reasons underlying around Florida for our southern our Lyons Bay site soil mightbe s asa or air ,.. .'". A* a" B. BakM' OWfeH fkJ>
I and talked him Into changing It. the sign problem., sat selected delightful I'M i iruun ...... i II"-.n." r M
; their hands. The trouble homesite w* termed 3$ and M soil _
they Yaws Mani sad a. C erwr
was ware a. ._ 11CU.
J there and Y .O. aI
': 1" all $18 bills. The crooks decided far "How do you want it?" He asked. "Wouldtwo used applauded those who Lyons Bay a minute shell shale, send and marl. Not ........ a ... L. Seas..
t to go point after point made two boat to th too Cknk
i i or by 'jettiesand bad composltlvely but it Soliint vita tttmm JfjJBMnMtiv
I back Into the hill country to dispose of sevens and a four be all right" weeks before by Finn W. Carperson just a step from Nokomis didn't stick together the way BAMim* B uniaca. Lhr* r-or vctncaBtehw "s' ... W..,-p. A4vN tte* ....

j the bills because "nobody up there sees when the Joint City ofVenlc..county Beach. We had to be on the our clay did up north. And you Infer Sutmt ewe Mb a. .MM r C.K uU Mi* Sy
-UN ... .
MagazineRecord : Advisory Committee water because we wanted a never quite knew which of w..ka. t..r. Its mri ... Kil.kt, W* Skunek .
discussed at the _.. ....,__ anise Jln.. tin t-m. vara .
( planning A-.t. these four soil Iorrioo ".. ....
committee's public hearing a ; '' would components you .......... Pm.w 11- hM ....
a swimming' find when you started rUST CHB1ST1AJI' CHUBCBDlMtpM
. I! 1 ) some of the weaknessesin 1 1t' summer and digging. Not Infrequently you IOU'I'II VOIC& IAPTln IUS.IOII ( .* CkltoMB
Dividends lions the proposed new regula winter and fifty would dig into virgin Florida 5.Ule Drs a OY rrl.reed' .'". rresle .tmtamo. Yb.Snlu R. -a.f wbt A-

per cent of us is muck. w.eb aR.rarw.e a. warn .... I' ...
Character assassination, out. Intensely inter- As We all know most plants SgkooL ttil ... fair assent. tilt aaa
; Cash dividend payments by right slanderous attacks on ested in birds. down here flourish in
companieslisted Mme companies In the equivalent period both a soil on
'i paid and unpaid county We did not wanta the acid
side There
on the New York Stock Exchange of 1963 and are excep
represented new record. representatives were never h ,
large place tions and
I -I i topped $5 billion during the first quarterof It alto was the 22nd consecutive yearIn challenged by the chair .. docent w a had .u p; Our landscaping we picked plans a few began

t f this year. That was an ... per cent Increase which first quarter, dividends reached I and people were flayed directly north all the with the planting of a lawn and the .J best recipe for folks
by who
I disbursements inunendo people experience W e some mature trees that
over made the w* cur
by C
I new high.Editor's
i have worked and ,
t I selflessly long needed in car could enjoy right now. Our newly moved to
to attempt to achieve the very Hayes dening and caning plans Included group of three
results WANTED: BY EVERY for an acre and a half; cabbage palmettos a clump of
PERSON IN THAT ROOM. Joe here w* wanted something tall Phoenix Recllnata palms, Venice
II IMj Roundtable Lovingood planning commission about a tenth that size three clump of Male Lukas (
'i member made an earnest Prior to discovering the west and a good sized Cuban Laurel.
plea to those present to put coast w* had spent about alx The laurel would I f Tab one phone call (or coupon below).
grow rapidly
j aside emotionalism and work teen years of winter vacations furnish shade for the house add hojtwj with! baskets of lifts end

I WE ARE TOLD that some Menses handicraft baseball tennis", and her for the common good. His near Fort Lauderdale. Therewe the bay side, a perching place on Information about the city, itlr In pnu-

jl I {/. farmers are dreaming of the time when, climbing lessons the little boy down the plea was met with stony had watched calendulas for birds and would give us a 1t Ins hospitality, and you'll have I nn>
I' block silence by those present, and and many other flowers, melons beautiful broad-leafed evergreen iron and delightful/ mlcome. Just
/' with the use of chemicals and cultivators, It looking forward eagerly to the by the local
press.One beans and other vegetables tree to enjoy. The R. phone
\ ,: "hoeleis"' reopening of school Hertford Coumtt.
they can grow cotton. Under complained because he thrive In what aopeared cllnatas are frost resistant almost
U I farm aid legislation some of them have had given up an afternoon of to be pure sand. It re.UyIClOk. as graceful as cocoanut
i i' bridge to help save the county ed good, particularly when I palms and let few
already made with plantUts cot.I you can a Welco
money from the .
II I blight of commercialIsm. remembered the quality of our\ whisker fronds grow at the e agon
fon..Aio"lGl Goierre. For the information of soil in Orchard Park. New base for good effect

I YOU'VE got to admire the courage ofow those who came to one hearing, York. In Orchard Park our Because a lot of Florida
the men insulted and malignedto property sloped down towardan I have
grass seen reminds me /8Li60ts
-0- pioneers, set out on the long trip the
accompaniment !of applause old Ice pond and the soil of a cross between crab-grass --
?/: westward without a tingle credit card.Carlibod have given countless was a 'pretty even mixture of and quack grass of the north

THE MATRON complained to her husband Carrtnt-Aryut., hours of time and work. Their gravel and clay; not bad if you we chose the somewhat fussier mCOMENEWCOMOISI :
1 because' their maid had stolen two wives have been alone while added enough humus and did improved Bermuda grace for Use this coupon to let us bow yawn Mrs I
they sweat out th* hearings to not mind breaking the cruet our lawns To ma it is a. beautiful
.bath towels. "Which ones were they?" kfd try to find the 'Just and equitable after every rain Down her an grass; tine bladed, rich NAME.11. I

; the husband. "Those nice on,t we got way to help people in all would be different; the soil dark green In color upright Intel.n

"when we stopped at that hotel In Denver." "YOU SEEM to have plenty of Int.III. phases of planning would be fdeblaea.y to work in growth and chinch bus; realstant. I
People who act there and without stones and the weeds It doe take a little extra oily
--CW/esro/t/ News and CO"";,,, gene for I man In your potltwM| sneered heard the board attorney explain could b* kicked out with your watering and fertilizer but o PlMII hI'ftIe!/ Wekome W'&Qn Hostess can 011 me

: the attorney to the nan on the witness the lack of specific legal. foot von won't Ito broke buying fer o I would lib to subwibe to the
t authority to enforce the present A* you know It wasn't quite tiliser for It. The watering I i. o I ONDOLIEIt I
-0 stand. "Thank .lrI4d1 subscribe
answered the the
you regulations, knew full well like that. Our Florida property Rood exercise, of a sort and GONDOlIER
witness. "If I weren't under .oath I'd return the warnings being mad mere was on the 15.,., supported at you can putt on It, a real ad nun Gut coupoa and lien to Clrcuf.uon Dupl. I

-1oj./fTER signing ug for music swimming : the eorn limunt." *fei, '101re... not but made the truth in the spirit of threat the water front by a sea wall lawnof a Bermuda grass .'" .
could not untiaaai and that suet lets of fill sine r .....- .. .

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.,._ __NDOlI, .___._R.__, V.nfa_ u. Fla.Winn ...r. ....v.lA! .,
\ -Dixie Buys
I 17'"" .
Wing! number Stor. of KwlkCrete. PREMIUM BEER POPULAR BEER FAVORITE BEER INCLUDING: a, Diet Drinks Dry ''I{
.op rmarketIIn the local < Pabst' and other t,
Bllleh popular
pre' direct from Floe. UOWWtt MILLERS BJ "fe OlD MILWAUKEE
mere than $8 mil.Uo Ace I .II. SIZE
: more 16.0
: :
of fresh fruits! end

heir.ending the'This:purchase'worth figure Increase mede.Joni represents ever through::11.the Uit.fieeal yur.tub.atintlal the l- 6 12.pak 0t' $118 Sehlitt.6 pak- Falitaff 98C 6 i2oz.bokles pak 7SC.arton 6-pak 44c :;;;: 33C -6;;' : 5Ccarton II 1 d

ompny'" neldbuylnj offices cant 12-oz. 1111I.I
fn pahokee, Plant City and cans d PRICES EFFECTIVE IN KWIK CHEK
no. During the past fls. ( .:
Pomp the' totaled $8.388.. f
eal| year ) h
compared with ) ,899,248 \ 1
the previous fiscal year.
Joe A. Adams la charge of
perishable general headquarters merchandising In Jack-at Umft On. Your Otoft. Wish $S or Mon OnbrCOFFEE
Jonville, Fla., emphasized that
\the company's primary consideration .
is moving Florida prod- ,
ucts first Winn-Dixle: > currently I f+
operates O 0 supermarkets
throughout the Southeast

111 Overbrook MRS.Gardens MARY E.KRODPA fx LLE G tHE ;SMARt ,PLC TO ta . .., ',IQR JHMSS w" ,tAT t ; a

Dr and Mrs M.L.Townsend ...... I i
returned to their horn on feel Tin"' Sal Ass. 1 tOlOWAt-LIMIT PURCHAW
Overbrook Road last Monday RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER I LAND 0'
They have been at their cum SUNSHINE

mer C., for home the in peat Society few. months Hill. S. 9 '''' STORE 9 pjn.HOURSt Mon. thru FrU 5 C
Wi are always happy to see woad Rights lenrvel Buffer .4ge .
our residents return.
-0- PfnWrsrlaMsBiscuits e .Per Pound
Atrot DuaoM /
Mrs J A. Sebrln of liana.
IOta Beach Road returned recently -
to Nassau.from She a three-day took a tout cruise of 4 c.. 3ge -_ 181
_ _
the islands and meandered
through the markets while GERBER'S, CLAPP'S ft. ....Ear I 1 I I
there beside attending several SUPERIU.'J
-0- I Ice Cream Ground t

H A. Salt was hostessb BAB&AlNF OD =:29c
a neighborhood foursome of
bridge last Friday at her homeon HaV I I
who 1365 played Bureau were Mrs.Road Ced Those Loan 1 12 J9flC WoI; 41c 3 fc $139 "
r +
( Mrs. L. Foss and Mrs

Laurence Mr. and Codner.Mrs.-Dallas Morril ALL POPULAR BRAND i Imtt 12 .- V Arr I 1ge :;.': 1 1KING

of 1904 Overbrook Road have CIGARETTES

been lueits entertaining their son-In-law as house and I I I I ....u
daughter, Mr. and MrsE.. L. SIZE OR rUStUir HAM \

two Watkins weeksMr from. Detroit the past FILTER Ctn. ..._ 2.63 Fresh
-0- Quality PRODUCE LI.11t 0.1 With
REGULAR Ieef2t2et.98'n. $S er Mere OreW 5 39c
and Mrs W. A. Thomp-
ton 1301 returned Overbrook to Roa their< last home ctn...M./.... ."......._ 2.59 PlumsMOUNTAIN 19f" :I 1 'I'J
day from a few days vacation. RtCHItt QOAUTT -
They\ journeyed ta Charleston, = Sweet laws Yaltw OHEIM
S. C, to visit with their eon. 5m :I
end wife Mr. and Mrs William CO Cabbug
Thompson Jr. and their Ale Beer
daughter ChertlL WE I TROPICANA tO. At '/ gals' 12 ,
f for I
i 10 59c
Mr and Mrs-0-Ernest Schultz GIVE .j 0 I'ge.D"In k 39 .. gut PR.R DKII( DAKUNO LONG f '

of Hanasota Beach Road recently TOP $100 1 Bice ::23<
!! returned to their home VALUE FANCY PINK MEAT a .
from a visit north. They

h Journeyed Pa New,before York to returning Syracuse and Pen horns,Argyl Utica, sT sC!! nI lo'pes 4f'or$1 = Pekoe 59' Cookies **T 39 1 t


Joella Michael Sobel Sobel on Venlsota, son of Road Mrs, .. U Beans. : 10' Meats 3 $100
U in the
service and has been
tome to on Ft.a furlough.Bennlng,He Ga.returned last- .. r/. r .. W-D BRAND 5

Friday. Michael had a birthday Unit One Of Your ChoiceBAKERY ,
'while home and he and his NO FINn G m,'MIA,'. $OLD'\I \ Boneless Cluck Pot p .
mother were Invited to several .
dinners In his honor Mr. and '
Mrs Kenneth McDougall on lYAii'fOl1nalSe W-D BRAND Quick FrolsR-Gor '
Thomas Street entertained with .
a dinner on Tuesday and Mr. GOV?. GRADE "A"
end Mrs Joseph Machacek on
Venlsota Road entertained with DEPT. KRAFT DEEP SOUTH '

I Mrs dinner Laurence on-Wednesday Codner evening en- = 39c, ea. 29c :I I T ur k PoraJ Per I ; M.3

tertained three ladles, Mrs S'
4 811.
warren Kennedy Mrs. George % !
Griffith and Mrs. Otto Muller JIll. 1ft.' ... 35 Pala. Rlwr Regain. .
J The7 lunch her' In enjoyed the roma lovely a last swim pool Tuesday at before Hrs .. labai amE. OasesMS Pineapple 4 $I I. Per pel I Sliced Bacon ..

Corner's home played one rubber THRIFTY MAO LIMIT PIVfTomatoes! TARNOWS PICKtf 1
after before lunch.lunch and continued Buns.Pt."" 29c L 5 Nt.c..2 $100 DuiuQurt PULLMAN tma OSCA OR SPICED,: .

-- Can'd. Ham J&i.& *}1" / 59c Sli. 25" .

hod Mr.from and Byron Mrs Ga.Wilfred. arrived Ru- EASY TO PREPARE FROZEN FOODS ..... .. ..... ...1! "'
Saturday to be housefuest ot fifH PORK
their( parents, Mr. and Mrsrthur '
*Drive' for' H a Ruland week. on Neptune 'C1Rp10AIDL'NI s s"5.4 iiihs 89' Bait 49'!
CIerk'Cheppe4 '
Lemonade 9 99
-0- I"I SsfehSteab "?: too HWMAK WISCONSIN OLD' _,
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Merrla ....Mir*.k >MMCMTM
or 1504 Overbrook Road have y.:=aSOlXTBA Saus 59C Cheese 5gcraull
?*J as houieguests their son- 'ARMHOUII. I 'v
In law iHW WW Ii
. and daughter, Mr and
*" E:. u Watkins from DegbOkn Pies 3 $100 | M UPIRI ANO UL a
They returned to Miehi.o j
!l"rt._.g>la a two Saturday weeks visit after here.en. "" fOP YAIUt e.f! Fit 39' Ch* s 35'COPHANO
-0-- MCKINZIEVEGETABLES22&i.& ,:Sloo ( tad GaSs 1.... 99c wAnewm
Fort 1lr.Myen and Mr Rllel Fulett of .......,...cwa.-- M
.. WfalZ 3ftc
day to .penel drove the day up with lest Fri Mr. MIL Vegetables-Fordhotk '-"v...". "."" 49 .

end 8yehon Mr's Jame.Rayee 011 1" -I lI .l/.........../..' .............
Drive r,d

Th Ilew. "-o muel- R- )11I1.1., IXtIATQP.... y=It.IIaIf ssu I: 'MJMW'M so.. EXTRA ToP VALUE STAMPS M SO..IXTIA COP.YAWS. STAMPS SO....... so sae EXTRA...././ ... ' (' .I
Plater ot the "h1- **+"*MVM"rf DM fOTtM If Mi nM ri r +**rf M* ,
ID Fine, Baptist,... Hat Ih.. lmv.k.r"Ice CreweTaNbg [ r d''
Cturc Englewoo4" I w. 13e ( . ) I 1' WJJJ..1 Pate 1b
and on Sunda, Ism wW'tib' ....... ...I. fl..e4. 14 89c 212 w 6Ze ( .. .... ..... y,
for tire Is I tatWi South Viet country Nam training student /?M 0.55 drMwl tow..IItelu.... r.Mir.,.,..CM"""-"HlmJH. A.IIea IWM .M../top....,I..M*CM phNgh I Wlab. ....*.._a '-.. v.II."....'.-...-,..., ?In*evd .e N v

Wt.i Tine ministry R.v. te WI Dubuo the P"1Ed of- !: H r.VVfvvml l I fflwrwmM'mNM'Wl' I '{ "wv: u dl

Bu, ,'t. filled the.. pulpit' lilt, '.

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;' I Scouts Working On Rock Pile I Credit Bureau Given Contract By U.S. Agencies

I of J'HA.I years as trustee of the Unfvth..
The Credit Bureau of Venice- 32nd consecutive year that broker
) of of North Carolina
t. In i Beach Clearance Nokomis, Englewood, through Credit earned Bureau this Reports exclusiveaward Inc., Associated Grant is Credit vice president Bureaus of itT and is on the Boar CrtdjiSchool 01<

City ProjectMore i its affiliate, Inc, under Credit the Bureau management Reports has to provide the Federal I Florida, president of of State the Collection of Bureaus Director of of Florida.Associated Credit

..... I of James A. Grant his Housing Authority and Veterans Division The Credit Bureaus of Char
+ --- r '.' -i with factual Florida, director of Associated\ lotte County and
toe-stubbing rocks and I been awarded the contract for Administration Sarasota
hen "" '. .i and to the Credit Bureau of the Southeast County are also owned
Ii. were collected from the FHA and VA reports by the data reports h.'
mat at Venice city beach Saturday . .. .; : federal government, This I. the 'field officers and management hat served for past six James A. Grant
C -
by Troop 28 Boy Scouts -
''I and Explorer Squadron 121 under e. ....., i ,

I the auspices of the South ....
I Sarasota County Conservation
Council .....--

Troop 28 '11I'01the conservation '
d .
council trophy, the Royal
Order of the Conch for Civic

Merit, for out.picking the Explorer

The trophy was pre- 1
sented to Scoutmaster Howard, I
Fitzgerald by Martin Xorthrup.
secretary and resident agent
for the council .v

Northnp said competition 1J'
between the two groups was
keen and he noted that Troop j\ .

28 was working a predominately .
rocky area of the beach .
Troop 28 scouts mho participated Ip ,
were Bill Hurt. Jim

Park, Bill Granger Mike Siede, .
George Siede, Mark Lampman
Mike Shrode Jack McDonaldand ti \
Wayne Wright Explorer

Gene squadron Hough members, Danny included Coul- .

I Dickens.bourne Dusty Grey and Ron -- .... -::, : 1. ''ct'iiIA

.Free soft drinks! for the rock WATCH YOUR TOES BOYS! Those rocks of the surf at the Venice beach by members .
pickers mere: provided by the are just as hard on top of the tootsies as they of Boy Scout Troop 28 (shown here) and II
conservation council. were underfoot before they were picked out Explorer Squadron 121. *

I 1 Venice East NewsBy Top Records a a 1, "; & "!

Compiled by Nancy BrownGilbert

.)(1''. and Mrs. John Ruseh men were dispatched to the Youth Service, Ine. %!A

tar returned to their home home of Venice East only "A Hard Day's Night," the newest from the Beatles, has r M
at 138 Venice East Boulevard fireman Mr. Edward Trace of put a sudden end to any thoughts of their having reached the
after a month's visit in Buffs the South Venice Area Fire saturation point of success. Instead they are tearing up all
lo. N. Y. The Rusebs report a Department, and the three of the chart from coast to coast landing the number one position
full family life for ore month them and Mr' Willard Walker! in the country.
with their only son Paul his another '
neighbor, brokethrough The Four Seasons, who held the coveted first place with
wife and three little UNDER
boys the to
screen porch
"Rag Doll" for three weeks, dropped down into second place
!: five of A
years ate find the television set a ban of
this week.
planned visit with Mrs. Ruesh fire. The area fire department
year-old lather Mr GeorgeP. had been called and! Chief Cliff Without a stall Jan & Dean have driven "The Little Old
SchmeUer. didn't turn out Horn was on the scene in minutes Lady From Pasadena" right into the third space on the THE
so wen The elderly gentlemanhad They were able to extinguish charts
a fall while they were In the fire and called the Roger Miller's "Dan, Me" moves up a notch to fourth
Buffalo and had to be hospitalized fire station at once to tare the position, with little Dusty Springfield following closely behind
so their visits to him were coming all the way out there "Wishin and! Hopln' to pass him.
in the horpi'al. They took a This was done via the neweli"tocll' New additions: The Supremes have unleashed a new '
I leisurely trip home throwth the radio service recently ," I'
Infectious stamper tabbed "Where Did Our Love Go It's
Smokies and over the Skyline
installed bv
the decartment
than it will to the
more likely go straight toP.
Drive end resort Its beautiful The saving feature was
trip even with the hair pin hat the slldjig! glen! doors had The other new addition concema five California youths
curve. been left open about a foot thus who formed their own band, without any musical training or
experience. Hard work and perseverance for three years
-- allowing the smoke to escape!
A near disaster to the home and give the warning to the paid off for the" Premiers in their first wax bow entitled BIGGESTDIME
of the Herbert McAfees! on neighbors "Farmer John
Venice East Boulevard the The result was extensive Pick Hit of the Week Her Majesty, Connie Francis, recently -
week was averted by the help damage to the 1.lcMee house crowned Queen of Temple University, has a shuffle- I
et two strangers and a few from the lire the smoke and rock newcomer which is also the title tune of her new pic
neighbors Dunne the usual the water needed to fight the Looking For Love." i
late afternoon form two salesmen flames From the same bolt of i
Mr. Garland! Mostian and !lightning damage was also
Mr Harold Florv, were in the done to the home of the Frank This Last Two Weeks on
home of Mrs Justine Steusrv Dohertys next door', where. thee Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List
on Sandhurst Drive They tiles on the wall of the bathroom
1 8 "A Hard Day's Beatles 2
Night -
delaying their departure because were Hoped away from
of the heavy rain and! the cement This! was the first 2 1 1 "Rag Doll" Four Seasons... 9
electrical storm when a heavy and booed-for "last" fire In 3 8 11 "The Little Old Lady (from
bolt lightning! brought everyone Venice East and all are thank Pasadena) Jan & Dean ...... 3
to their feet and out on the ful for the quick action of the 4 II 7 "Dan, Me" Roger.Miller . .... 4
porch to are of anvthing hadbeen helpers The firemen report 5 10 17 "Wishm' and Hopin
struck. that 10 minutes more and the Dusty Springfield . . .. .. .... 3 YOU EVER SPENDgoes
Mr. Mustian said, "There Is McAtee house would have been S 3 S "1 Get Around"' Beach Boys .. .. 8
smoke coming out of that house gone and a fire threat to the 7 2 2 "The Girl From Ipanema"
behind here Is there anyone. entire neighborhood! Getz & Gilberto . .. . .. ... . .. S
living there" The house was -0- 8 15 "Everybody Loves Somebody"Dean

vacant as Mrs. McMee and her Mr. James Smith presidentof Martin .., ...... .. .. . .. .. 2 - to buy your newspaper!
daughter are in Alabama and the Venice; East Community 9 13 "Under the Boardwalk" Drifters 2
Mr McAtee had not come Asn. has announced there 10 7 4 "Memphis" Johnny Rivers .... 8
home from wok The salesHEALTH ] will!! be no meeting of the association 11 12 20 "Nobody I Know-

in August, Due to so Peter k Gordon ....... ......... 3
manv families away on vacation 12 9 13 "Keep On Pushing" Nowhere else can you get such I tremendous
I Mr. Smith and the boardof Impressions '" .. .......... ..... 4
directors decided on this policy 13 4 3 "Can't You See She's Mine" return on so small an investment! And no newspaper is

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TOFJCaftL 14 18 "I Wanna Love Him So Bad" more important than the one that serves your community..

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I I'A Job Placements 13 "Where Did Our Love Go"

Supremes .... ... ... 1 THE GONDOLIER
I Vov Lenin Lat rf Ys 1I.4M1 r Donor SottXT o< UtAsM.W tfct Increase Noted 18 - "Farmer John" Premiers... 1 provides its readers: with a

I Vbnda Mid Auacwnk 17 11 S "My Boy Lollipop"Millie Small 7 permanent record of all the important events and .
18 19 19 "Try It Baby" Marvin Gaye .. 3 happenings
,I FAMILY'SHEALTH RECORD TALLAHASSEE Commission-Chairman State Industrlal 19 15 14 "Don't Let The Sun Catch You of the South County area. No other medium of
Crying" Gerry/Pacemakers 7
How many times hart yon Worley Brown reported today 20 20 ( "Good Times" -Sam Cooke ..." 4FLORIDA communication offers comparable coverage.Of .
ceded basic health 'facts about close to half a million job
I members of your family. for placements by the Florida
\ school: records, for minnnci State Employment Service for
history forms, ?for a doctor .medical the 12-month period ending fatts equal importance is the growing advertising

-A 11.."j 'a;; record is your June 30.Brown. lineage. Your 10 I cent investment assures of the best
compilation of these facu Like said total job placements you
*iul statistics in the family: at 433,239 were up 49- prices, values and quality that your merchants have
Bible, notations on 'family health ,460 over the previous twelvemonths to
- -can be oi permanent value. A
"These figures indicate
good resolution would be to begin an
keeping one. increasing high level of eco
I'/ The record should contain nomic activity in Florida and
pertinent facts on immuniia-- stepped up service to the employer The DIME may I be:> the smallest coin in our currency '
boas, illnesses, injuries, and '
and worker by the State
physical examination, The record Employment Service," Brown BUT when you buy The GONDOLIER you
will prove IK worth only if
kept carefully. Start immediately saidEvery double IOUT investment a thousand fold.
I 16 I: to jot down basic information category of Employment
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yew know already Enter ae* Service activity registered
rorately I all injuries and illnesses gains Brown said,
I VVhea yon next see your ph,. Nonfarm placements at 258,'
sinus, take the family health
record along >o> notations can be 410 were six thousand above .
.,t'i sade while they are fresh n the comparable 19fi2--3 period
your mind. Farm placements at 174,829 NEWSPAPER PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IN THE '
f A small echo lboy'1 notebook showed a sharp jump of 43.3S9 ,
will do for a record book. Or

I j' Ton book can or ledger obtain from a small a itationerysnap. account over farm the employment 1962-63 period was curtailed when. FLORIDA HAS RAISED CATTLE LONGER... SOUTH COUNTY FOR SOUTH COUNTIANS BY SOUTH COON 1ANS

Or. better yet, the America by a damaging freeze. THAN ANY OTHER STATE. PONCE OE LEON BROUGHT
Medical Allocution; his deSigned Job placements for
I a Family, Health Record- people under 22 years of young age THE FIRST IN 1521 ON ONE OF HIS TRIPS SEARCHING READ -
booklet for the very purpose. showed a ten thousand gain to OR THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH.
I Copies may be obtained without
58172 And workers
the over 45
ti charge Medical by Association writing P. O Florida Box held their own with a slight The Sleek Herds..GRAZING ON .;
;; 2411. Jacksonville Fla. 32201 gain of 477 to 50,931. FLORIDA'S IMPROVED PASTURES TODAY :
Tb A,U.A. booklet contains Handicapped workers placedIn
I, aeeucms for your family history, Jobs by the Employment!: GET A NECESSARY MINERAL. PHOSPHORUS
hnmtnuzations, diseases, physical THROUGH A FEED 'Y
!Service topped 1M2-43! by 491 ej
examinations,dinettes and SUPPLEMENT
insurance data, for a total of 10,096.
i can ; ; FROM !
lIof S-d: other; uafonna- PHOSPHATE
.Relatively few families keep m.M
records Even when the fish are biting
fceaJtb everyonejponar
or later seed for a fisherman cannot use
1 tech information. Keep your more" than three poles and lines PUBLISHED ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS'
family health record up to date or three rod and reels at a
,.I ... all tunes as aa added' time, according to the Game 'j'
to year family a health. SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY'S
.; mission.and Fresh Water Fish Com LEADING NEWSPAPERboy

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GONDOLIER.. Ven'ee, H.. Tliurt; ey, A'ugti' 6, 1964 1 ,

furnishings Are Piled In Lobby Where Elite Once Danced1! 'I Ienlet'


< larelt i and best for the past several year Furnishings a guillotine blade. The blade,, Rich carpets, now faded, paper and hand-carved, pecky times, being owned by Mr. checks. ern apartment hotel, if promoters "
landmark, the CUML and equipment were in this case, is the acceptance i softened the tread of hundreds cypress ceiling could seat over Murray Bender and a partner Future plans for the structure feel that a demand for '
Hotel, h. had varied last placed on public sale beginning of the price tag figure by I i of guests who resided on the 200 beneath its Venetian-style from the west leased to the are indefinite with possibilities such accommodations may t
ell in its 37- Friday. customer who then lugs UH three floors reached by wind. lighting fixtures and circular Gillian chain of hotels and later ranging from the refurnishing arise in Venice. I
colorful career The spacious lobby, where item away to Is new home. ing stairs or elevator. chandeliers.Gay. handled by Mr. George Lee. of the present building Thus the demise of the Gulf 'II
rhltory. Now in the throe huge wall paintings once looked Rich In History Perhaps the one most disturbed Weddings For the past 12 years, the hotel to the demolition of the breeze brings to an end an-
eln! stripped> of its furnish- down on crowds of vacationing Some furnishings, no doubt, about the hotel's deathi Many Kiwanis and Rotary has been operated by the %.i- hotel to make way for a mod- other era in Venice history. II I
nostalgia will lOOn be the guests, now 1 II piled will serve useful purposes > knell is "Susie," the brown Club luncheons were held here,
,' expansive high with furnishings removed other hotels, some In motels, dog which has been the mas- along with gay wedding parties "
,occupant of the from the various room Rows and perhaps a few Items wil 1 I cot and everybody's friend at and stylish fashion shows. '!". :
"tory structure of maple chests, dressers and start a new life In the home ol f C the establishment for the past Numerous stage shows and ,,- '
.first last desks stand before piles of pillows -, a newlywed. All of the article e five years. Susie had event dances also made the nowsilent -
k that Venice's hotel quilts and drapes. Tables will carry with them a silen copied the guests' stance while walls ring with laughterand '
closing down. Currently and chairs, lamps and wastebaskets .>, history of each of the once- registering at the hotel desk. entertainment.The : : ;\
!wl by George and Stephanie water pitcher and> modern rooms which wen i Sensing the absence of her hotel first of the month found : 11
heck, thmanaged 78-room hotel had glasses all gathered In orderly' equipped with the latest conveniences ,- guest acquaintances, andr only three tenants still residing t '
by Mrs. Virginial groups like doomed prisoners i,, including Iou vel the bustle caused by "outsid in the hotel and they have ; re'4
l ? a retirement hotel awaiting the harsh finality o<' doors and ceiling fans ers" examining the furnishings reluctantly made living ar- ,. I
on tale, Susie knows SOme- rangements elsewhere. '
thing is amiss and wanders Opened on February 11, 1927, "I
,, aimlessly through the hotel as the Parkview, the new half. ; f[' '. .
patio and lobby. million dollar hotel accommodated Ip I
The patio has been a picturesque founders of the new city .
point of interest to and was the center of social '
" visitors for years. With a wild activity while Venice was be- P rF I
I 'i" ? !V.' r 4)4 * profusion of tropical plants and ing laid out and built. Follow .e4:1 + ) s) 4

r JiI flowers, it was centrally located ing the building flourish, the
', between the two main wingsof hotel was closed from 1929 until

':t i.4, : :! i :. ": the building and fronted 1932. At that time the new
West Venice Avenue Retail owner, Dr. Fred Albee, reopened 1A,61,1
''' :t'.
'i r kP' , i d1a: stores later replaced most of it as the Florida Medical
1 uk'1 i,l " i _
," AtI the facade.A Center
v, i"
: ', r cocktail lounge east of the During World War II it served ;
patio offered most of the es as a hospital in connectionwith ; .i
tablishment's activity in later the Venice Army Air Base.
years. Fitxures there have It was returned to the Albee'
been removed and the desertedbar in 1945 and sold a year laterto
now holds up-turned stools Mr. J. R. Weinstein of New _
where fishing stories and solutions Jersey. Weinstein announced ,
to the world's problemswere plans for a complete renovation -
once told and re-told. of the hotel with installation -
Beyond the bar was the of many new facilities. The .
spacious dining and banquetroom hostelry would be re-named, t :.
widely known as the "The Pines." :
"Venetian Room." This elegant Since then the property has !
hall, with its flowered wall changed hands a number of

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1'L .A VENETIAN off Gulfbreeze Hotel glass lamps and chandeliers. Over 200 could
was a splendid example of "boom-time" ele gather here to attend banquets, dances and \
gance. The high walls were surmounted by a stage shows I I

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habitue of the Gulfbreeze for the past five years. Confused
and unhappy about the closing of the hotel, "Susie" emu- % 'J! ,<
K lates a guest checking out. The brown "house-dug" pickedup /j
y the act during her long observation of residents registering CesPK'
at the main desk. II

NTRAL for thousands of guests. High MAIN DESK of the Gulfbreeze was the nerve- mail is Gerald A. Beard, the last tenant. I \
ATTRACTION of Venice's action piece
*r hotel this with plo-its arches surrounding the patio provided shade Story and PicturesBy center of the sprawling establishment. Desk Beard, a retiree from New York City, had t.
was flagstoned patio
clerk Russell J. Craft is shown sorting the been a resident at the Gulfbreeze for the
In the white r.
f"It planter. Filled with a large variety of for those who wished to lounge
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Charles Koch .
last mail delivered to the hotel. Receiving past seven years.OUTDOOR
pical wicker chair,
plants and flowers, it was a conver- I .

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OF of
| FURNISHINGS brought a steady stream pros-last brisk and many of the choice item found ready buyers. and attractive planting was the hub of social activities during surroundings and convivial atmosphere. l '',
SwCWtomeri to the Gulfbreeze. As the sale opened UM hotel' more jjr f etoui era, Here guests and towns-
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Drinks 5 4 tons. $1

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Ice Cream Sal'half 79c

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100 Extra Free ** Green Mercol Table 200ct.9KLCpkg.
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v I Indian Lore Student r Sensing I Draft Test Age

;) Goes Lowered To 18ST.


: k Executive Vice President ginning July this year, most to
ry To Bismarck Assembly Southern States Industrial young men becoming it vela
I, 4u Council be given their mental and phy.
steal military examination
tl l An ardent Venice area out. American Indian Art Exhibit. develop a program of economic a RESPONSIBILITY FOR -when they reach this draft ret*
doorsman and itudent of Indian Northrup said he has been Improvement for the Seminoles t CHAOS istration age, Melvin T. Dixon.
!4. lor> left Saturday to asked by National Geographic and just last Sunday met with Outbreaks of rioting and looting of the Florida Department of
attend the first annual meetIng magazine to submit an article Chief Bill Osceola in Miami. of stores in New York City Veterans Affairs, said today
of the Foundation for North and pictorial coverage on the Chief Osceola, Northrupsaid and Rochester, N. Y.. with Now most potential draftees
American Indian Culture at exposition. has expressed Interest in avowed communists taking must wait until they are 22 to
Bismarck, N D. the Venetian's which find out if they qualify for coif
The 29 yeer-old conservationist program part in demonstrations In the
He Is Martin' Northrup tales said he Joined the founda- basically consists of developinga nation's largest city should Itary service.Dixon .
engineer for Green's Fuel in tion in a quest for economicaid hunting and fishing equip Hash a warning light to the said the new program
'I Venice. Besides the business In behalf of Florida's Semi- ment manufacturing business American people. Incredible as for examination Is the result of
meeting, Northrup plan.I' .o noli Indians He first learned controlled and operated by theSemlnol. it may seem to many citizens, the findings of the Presidential
take In most of the other activities about the organization he said, ... it is apparent the country Is Task Force, a governmentcommittee
'i which will cover a two- from a beautiful Mohawk Indian Northrup said Chief Osceola In for a period of outright Insurrection appointed by the
", week period, beginning Au,. 2. girl, Miss Kahn-Tlneta Is Interested in opening certain against law and late President John 1'. ]Coq.
The other events will include Horn, one of the nation' top Seminole properties for order nedy.
the first annual Indian Olympics models and lecturer on Indianculture public archery hunts. //7 : The FBI has been directed to Under the new system, men
the Miss North American i who failed their examinationsmay ,
The Foundation for North look into the origin of the rioting
Indian Beauty Pageant, horse Northrup said he has been I American Indian Culture was In Harlem Certainly, It has enter a voluntary pro.
shows, parades and the North working for the past year to founded, Northrup added, "to been well-known for some time gram aimed at helping them to
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I preserve the great Indian culture that communists have been and
J them Into
for future generations to active In the so-called "rights" leading training
ABC SECRETARIAL SERVICEBY 1 enloy," Members of the foundation drive In the nation from which could help correct their
are both Indian and non- Southern cities to San Francisco
THe HOUR DAY OR WEEK Indian. Northrup, himself, is on the West Coast Georgia
r In your office or eun.' or uanisn ancestry. HI HO ADOLPH I Riding a dolphin underwater may not newspapers revealed last summer WHEN ITV
The foundation this year, interest most cowgirls, but to Week! Wachee mermaids who that long-time activities in TIME TO MOVE
GENERAL TYPING BOOKKEEPING Northrup said, Is interested in live underwater, It's great fun! Adolph, the friendly dolphin communist front groups were
STATISTICAL TYPING PAYROLL organizing an Indian Pavilionfor and Mermaid Sue Pilecki cavort dally in Florida's Under- Involved in disturbances In that
GENERAL OFFICE ROUTINE MANUSCRIPTSReceptionist the World's Fair next year. water Grand Canyon at Week! Wachee. state last year. It was learned, }L a t?
Duties Mimeographing The pavilion would display Indian for example, that a veteran of I
handicrafts and art. of directors of the Venice Area Red causes had been an aide
Northrup is secretary and Junior Chamber of Commerce to the Rev. Martin Luther
I Ph. 488.4406 or 488-3462 resident tent of the South (Jaycees) and a member of I HALEY King Jr.
Sarasota County Conservation the Freedoms Foundation of But the national news media
During buiy days avoid costly delay .. w Council, a member of the Nat-- Valley Forge. refused to take serious accountof ryv
with a dependable "Girl Friday" from ional Wildlife Federation, a A native FloridIan, he Is a REPORT the communist Involvement, a J
the ABC Secretarial Service! member of the International' bachelor and has lived in the dismissing it as scare talk. It
1 J Oceanographic Society, secre- Venice area for the past two also should be borne in mind 0Always
tary ond member of the board years By REP. JAMES A. HALEY that the news media failed to
I check out the peculiar role of
This should come as no news the pro-Castro and African nationalist
w r. to those who followed the debate groups operating in
r------- y.
9' t l last year on expansion of Harlem. They have manned
". 'M :. the loan authority of the Inter' without
;',..>,(.t-i ," to conduct their activities
< national Development Assn the light of public Investigation -
"v" ;''> but it now develops that some being directed at them tweet musk e when-

I ,: recipient nations are using a But It would be a mistake to you deal with us. N. sour notes
: /, large part of our "soft" money regard the riots as entirely '-for our service h courteous
r to pay off their current obligations communist Insoired. Many people
t uy I rate moderate and stereo* sofa
e on profitable "hard"loans who would not knowingly
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I Phone TODAY.
extended to them by join a communist front group
; prosperous European nations are indirectly responsible for THINK OF
\ The facts about our soft loans the terrible peril in which great
t are made clear In a Senate communities have been placedIn
Foreign Relations Committee recent days.
;:.t: : ,: report on the foreign aid act. Actually the REAL responsibility
I This report shows that the hard for the violence and lootIng -
'. fact about these soft loans is now taking place rests upon
p;' as you may remember I the shoulders of high government ..
> : pointed out during debate on officials who have con-
the IDA bill last year that doned and approved civil disobedience
they are extended on such a campaigns during
long term basis end at such recent years; unon such or-
low interest that they not only "anlzations as the National
are wholly unprofitable but Council of Churches, which has
I ari: virtually uncollectible. been In the forefront of those Barrett Approved Ruberoid Approved
The Senate report shows the urging people to go Into the
history of development loan reo streets and break the laws of
I ,' payrrents from the beginnin towns and cities; ,upon such 'um'
of the nrogram through las groups as the Methodist Gen- ,1IJH.lTt 'GuyrtII
March. There have been no defaults eral Conference at PittsburghIn [ ,'
at all during an 18-year April which in line with A VIS S81[ 1I0"IIJ*
nerlod on several billions of such "rights" leaders as Dr. .. .,
dollars In hard loans extended Martin Luther King< and Rev
+ bv the World Bank Adam Clayton Powell officIally
ii But the picture with respectto proclaimed that in Instances -
> 4'I th4 "soft" loans extended by where the people con Earle L. Kllton Iou C. Bennett
the Development Loan Fund, sider certain law. are "un Complete Roofing Contractor
y : IDA, and the Agency for Inter. just" they need not obey thema
., national Develonment is very ( position directly In conflict SPRAY COATINGOn
1 1'fferent' Loans totalling MMlllon with the Christian tradition of Tile, Atbettot and Built Up Roofs
I have been authorized by the centuries). These are the Notomii, Fla Ph. 488-5913
I 7r these agencies, but so far, only people who opened the door for ,
f25 disbursed billion has been actually!

The Senate report presents!
concise evidence on the repav 1
,1 / ment picture $14S million in
payments on principal $11.
million In interest payments.
I \ Thus, the total of Interest and
I h principal payments on the soft no defrostiiever.

loan. amounts to only about

LO 0 K one Our per average cent. soft develop. J

ment loan interest rate Is 2.6
per cent Take a look at these
1F. average rates of interest charged -
by West European nations "
a" uh
'fI ; : on their foreign aid loans It
_aly. 6.1 per cent! United King
The Dodge Boys dom 3,8 per cent; Belgium,
Pu' S.5 per cent; Germany, 4.9 per
I I cent, and France, 4,4 per cent.
It thus becomes very easy

every'64 an the bld to see less why prosperous the underdevelopedor nations are
I anxious to get some of our
"cheap" money, not for devel-

: at unheard of Sow pri"4;:::, : will And paying opment continue this off, but Is their a so for situation high-rate long purposes as which loans.Congress of

,> tolerates our soft loan
The truth Is that we should f
< :. harden our development loan
terms, and thus serve notice on with a modem
f European. that we do not in- etecjrfcREFRIGERATORFREEZER
tend indefinitely to make soft
:,,1 loans while they make hard
.' V ones and at the same time
I'I'I" would Impose better fiscal discipline You'll
enjoy a
and responsibility on "wpermarket" your kitchen
the borrowing nations. YlA popular double-door 2-iil roUano,
Actually, the IDA soft loan modem refrigerator to weep fresh foods foe
program is in large part a hidden everyday uae. Plus a true IerO-ooId food freezer
1 r iJ 6That's x giveaway plan Would any with adequate storage space for today'demands
1"1"I taxpayer In his right mind (and See cubes galore)

I knowingly accept a 40-year Plenty of room to stock: 1Ip em
1"I IOU at a third of the market aDd freezer " meet'tigtgdeWe

I : right! Those of you who have been waiting to step up to the quality of a '64 Dodge need Interest rate? electric Bluer ireful., smaller outside. today's sao-j",wsI

wait no longer! This is the time when all car prices are coming down and Dodge is no exception. i -yet take Refrlgerstor-Freezers up lose aOe. hold 10 much man

Right now, your Dodge Boys are offering fabulous deals on every car in the magnificent line of faults and or earthquakes deep fractures occur because Beat of frost aU can't you never have to defrost .pIa,
In the earth's form m either IICICtIoa.
64 crust where one
Dependables. Fabulous 440-the luxury car at the low price. . Big, powerful 880-for the mass slips against another, aDd See the -M-/roal eJecbio Berleeratoz..P--.
: big car causing: It to vibrate separate Freeaazs Ins varJety of colors w
f man. . Delightful Dodge Dart-the first family-size compact-now at your Dodge your appliance cIeaJer' Oenneoty. aJI wIo

Dealers at the lowest prices of the year. Do It today. . deal today. . at your Dodge Boys! Swim In ...........once....;.convenient..........terms.... .
87'' ......................
Now more'u i
WaterAT : thin to 11II a combination of whoI.lotchtapertoIOAU.EUCTRIC:.., eeo
: much for the .nJoyment ot modem Fbrldsy toed 10 UUIeJltdoel s

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DoDIiE .......
WOLFER I Warm ....... .
MOTORS INC. Mineral ..................
"t. Motif
BOYS Springs );J1g.m. { _

f, 915 S. TAM|lAM I TRAIL! VENICE 488.39 I. sea, sMU11e Pile lyre
12 Miles South of Venice FLORID lOWER I
t ,IPM 4 ar LIGHT|
On US 41
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.* GWlJOtTER, Venice Fla. Thursday, August 6, 1964-IIm
- -

ehind Scenes Struggle Forecast YOUR Ls ?


-b,... e 1 I

by Loeffler For Huge FDIC Fund em rumps .1

W. Venice Ave
Going OB a trip soon? Her I Venice) Shopping Center I

ire some reminders preI

O. Loeffler, former. banks which can qualify tory which returned to the trip car care. Give engine a C
may protection of their depositors
tro ilIlam?., i>( the Federal De- I become members government the money; ap- The banks, through efficient minor and tune-up trouble-free for best mileage ANACIN TABLETS 84 10-PIECE ELECTRIC III
Corp and now Coverage Is IncreasedAs propriated to it and
J I .nce start paid sound operation, have _
It Check thermostat for
proper carne lot
0 NLOItie TOUTS raeTpale
Venice cfardens'resident. of the last FDIC report, I interest on the loan' and then held losses to a minimum. engine cooling and check fan i IIU''[r mom HIADACHI. NCURALO.M.IUHITIS. .
Washtngt .... BARBER SET
nt 3p years on the paid Its own way It never The government, through the belt for tightness. Inspect all UM .>**. f\\ I

tce'' cost the taxpayers a penny." FDIC, is merely trustee for lights and signals, replace If
:*= trip to Chicago'attend The FDIC is unique among these funds needed. Cross-switch tires for PETITE COMPACT MADE IT FAMOUS
of thei
t tI
meeting 109
t a federal agencies in another "I feel that to sink this best wear. Balance front A. F. DORMEYER
he Is s
bank of which respect. It started life in 1933 huge, earning surplus in the
I .
lx* ler was 1nterrb. with 2,600 employes Today it maw of the federal treasury, What to do when your ear PAIHION IN OeAMraDPAlVs {. DIIIONID,. IY WVfnATrafns HEAVY DUTY CLIPPERS.SCISSORS.COMI I P
wed Frank Huge, 01 the has about 1,300, a 100 percent where it would become just starts to die in traffic Coax CLI.WITH 1 AND POWOIII.0" Ra PAltl 12.... 1 CLII I ''fj,
Tribune. reduction. a fragment of the general e t,
,cago her over to the side of the ttUIDES.CLIPPER. .
GONDOLIER reprintshlerview "Perhaps the FDIC's operations fund raised by taxes, subject street or off on the shoulder of ROACH TABLETS OIL,
herewith becausen can be more clearly to every wasteful whim, the highway and as far out of MUSH AND ja!.
01 Interest to Its understood by citing pertinent would affect + INSTRUCTIONROOK '
a subject seriously public the stream of traffic as pos 29C"AMOU' t
U&t figures for 1962 rounded "eesnla" soave T"DUTS. ACNMICALLY + bj
Lars: t confidence in the entire sible. Then get out on the pas 1
p".pun pooo p0. NILLIMOCOCNSOeCN.a '
Tucked away In a Washltlg. out for convenience," American monetary structure senger's side and raise ;yourcar' AND WATassaOa s10Of j i a

,n are government ob- Loather said "In that year, ." hood. Tie a handkerchiefon a'ZL' 9!)
,u"ns representing 2 bi1- gross assessments against your antenna a distress $8.95 4
800 million dollars whichnn banks were $203,300,000, and signal BACTIHE aNTisEPnc
be the victor's prize in a the) FDIC's operating expenses Coast Area Free "Just broken In well," That's VALUE '
Sue behind-the(.scenes and losses were 13 MDICaTlOeAVAN FIe1T AID. A eNM.ICID .62'REVLON
how a lot of the late model can ,
In the months millions [
3 er struggle Of EncephalitisJACKSONVILLE on our used car lot at BILL ICltATCH." .c"" u.a. MINOr DUliN" sees 2-PIECE STAINLESS STEEL
"From the excess of $190- sass' .TCo eta uu
come. PHILLIPS FORD in Venice,
the money was col- 300,000, the banks were given
Litho look to me Had some of the
and legally beta credit future
a against
\ed by' Board of newness rubbed off, the me-
the United States assessments' of two-thirds, Health said today that LIPSTICKS
? chanical quirks Ironed out. 75a
neither in 1983 nor so far this
eminent, the governmentant amounting to $126,900,000, I Now they're ready to roll for 2
it. while the FDIC added one- year has there been any evidence a-pates are 0" canoeREVLON "U III.LUIT"OU' ,
touch thousands of miles. Where II" LMTICNWITN MIT I COL.
nt. the approxl- WILLIAM G. LOEFFLER third or $63,400000, to its of St Louis encephalitis I to Oil AIIonMINn pans PAST.. LlOHT
It wre assets Inortmment surplus. The banks of virus infection in man, animals get one? At BILL PHILLIPS AND MIDIUM. Ilia.. I).71 YAWL LIMITIOBRYLCREEM l
ate cumulated there were 13,951 banks In FORD, of course Where else? 'PItC'A.' .
or mosquitoes in four West
of the
bonds course, do not; share in theFDIC's
the United Teenager learning to drive?
States The Coast
savings counties which experienced '
s.oeAn aa0uART
rfe'ral Deposit income from investments a
in all of Give them as much experience ,
the except 498 them an outbreak in 1962, v
over .
orporation, built up were insured, and most of Dr. James 0. Bond, directorof driving as legally possible Especially + census araC/Ty d
I j jO years by the 498 were mutual savings What Protection: Cost the Encephalitis Research let them learn to drive .. .. rOHMULATID. 48C /NAVY wool AMRlclwlt. '+
banks throughoute YLCHII l( IIMCIALLV
member banks In the east which have "I often wonder whether Center in Tampa, said two positive In "bad driving weather in TO OIV1 HAl* TMI NATURAL LOOK VL.HUM /?[ MANY'e laenMaNmnaev
nation whose FDIC.deposits are state insurance Insurance I bank depositors realize that blood tests on wild birds the rain, at night, when slip CNCNf. PKOMOTt Day ICALP HIALTHV AND RILIIVU HAIR OHOWTH LOOM, NUt
pott by started in 1934 at $2,500 for the protection of their deposits suggested recent infection with pery. They can't get this driv. ANDRUrV.. Tfc SIZL NANDLas q99 ,
gig Interest Earned each depositor, was raised to through federal insurancecost this virus but that apart from ing practice in regular driver

The money: ,Is earning In.piwt (3,000( and subsequently to the the banks 1 billion 900 this, the findings of many examinations education classes iIFOLDING

at the rate of 100 mil- present $10000 level. It I. million dollars from January, indicated that the fAdnrtli ... HAIRSPRAY MFRS. LIST $4.40 I/
dollars a year, which isjmpoundmg credited with halting the 1934 through December, 1962 four-county area Hillsbor-
and a large stampede toward tin can money which might other- ough, Pinellas, Sarasota and PRAY FaMOUs. KHPI CAlIA HAI NOMI'* IRIOHTI"iCIT.ti"' NO DULLINQ HAl II
art of which Is returned to boarding In the depression wise have been used to pay Manatee is free of the virus ILMI' nlTln I II CRYSTAL: CLIAR TItAN'
(Iwd to set up the federal ;rears which promised to leadto additional dividends or to In- which caused some 200 cases MORE PEOPLE ARE .passer.. MM NO LACQUIR.IIH. JUIT SOFT a.'OIlT'

in the 1930s, there ; more bank failures. crease the capital, Investments In 1962 Dr Eugene G. Peek, SUBSCRIBING TO AND LAWN CHAIR

controller of the FDIC whoe Through the first 10 ;yearsof and earning power of president of the board, expressed
tanks. its existence, Loeffler said, the banks" great satisfaction with the READING THEGONDOLIER Home Permanent .
Federal law prevents use the FDIC paid out 258 million Loeffler said that the FDICis evidence on the freedom in this 99c t MADE OF V ALl. '
I the money for any other dollars to depositor. in "about as close to free pri- area from the virus. MMOU. { "A'T" MOM 1RMANNT NO MINUM FRAMING I' a'
opoie, but according 193 falling banks, equal to vate enterprise as a government ANTIID TO DIVA VOU TH. riNIlT' MOMI '
ffliara 0 Loeffler, former 89 per cent of its government operation can come" PIIIMANINT YOa'Vt' leas N0.0. 11118. aura VARIED WilliNG COLOR

IT t be a move to persuade capital. But bank assessments There are no investment Jii3i STRAND ;: .
turrets to turn the FDIC and investment Income risks because under law the IH eYau DEODORANT C WElliNG ,
nd its treasure trove over be invested in c
had been building up, surplus must t FOLDS FOR EAST )
the unrestrained control and by 1947 the FDIC had government obligations and * *immmmmmmi mHi **i f* BmmB mi mmm HB rMOUS "CAIIA NOM." DIODORANT I* AN SO CARRYING AND S
thi administration. repaid the entire 289 millionsof the corporation has title to IXCILLKNT ANTI,KRIPIRANT AND DIOOOR. STORA6I M.i

Loeffler, after nearly 30 its starting capital to the the assets ANT.FOR tADIU CRIAM.a.OR MIN.ROLL BUARANTHD-ON IDIAL SlZi .. ,
art with the FDIC, retired United States treasury. "I am sure that bank depositors SpecialsFRIDAY ''i\'
I months ago and now lives and bankers all over 66 IDEAL FOR REACH. \
n Venice Fla. He was in In addition, the FDIC built America would greet with SHAMPOO PICNICS PARADES '! ,
up a surplus of more than a 2 PATIOS SPORTS ETC. )
Jucago the other day for a billion horror any move to change 39C"A"OU. 1
dollars and in 1950-
monthly board meeting of the the law to permit the treasury NAT. ADV. asANS..Ails VOW $4.fS
tat Commercial Bank, Sl It paid the government 80 to take over this FDIC TUNA FISH CASSEROLE .......__ 82c taste LlAvaa NUUIlAL'T sore LOoeNO AND IAIV...TO NANAOaVN '
million dollars interest for i h .
ark Street and Morn Ave. surplus of nearly 1 billion SATURDAY- [ IN HAND,,? OP WATlII. al... fM IIZL ; .
the use of the 289 millions
ue, of which he 18 a diva dollars," Loeffler said, ";yet :
or.Hi*only other connection over the ;years. there are rumors that some HOME STYLE SPARE RIBS .......... 82c FOLDING

ith banking now is as a di No Cost to Taxpayers people in government are SUNDAY-Choice of Soup or Juice 20" BREEZE
ector of ,the First National eyeing control of this enor- CHAISE LOUNGE
"The banks themselves ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF .... $1.50 ( .I
ink of Venice, which open- mous fund with envy.
i little more than a year actually: paid for their own Coffee, Tea, Dessert BOX FAN f.
ago a Insurance," Loeffler said, Plays Trustee's Role COMPLETE DINNER FROM SOUP TO DESSERT MADE OF 1* ALUMINUM

Had Many Offers "and the FDIC is one of the "Morally, the money belongs FRAMING AND STURDY '

Loeffler said he became a few federal agencies in his to the banks for the m e 1 SPIIDS ., VARIED.COLOR STRAND WEI5INiIEL4 ;o

rector of the First Comerclal e MAY' II O NaN WElliNG fl I .;
Bank because of long I FLOOR, naN I t Ii FOLDSPLAT J. .-

association with Howard K.unrith a. IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW Mast/IV FAMOUS I I I FOR EAST ,.
, its chairman and ha AND ,
president. Loeffler had offers when you OUARANTEID I lIS CARRYINGMAY ),

directorships/ from nearly As IxecUaT COOLS: i'i'gLD '
,, UP TO FLYs00Ma II.
son j M
50 other banks.The I
story of the FDIC's op- : :: Li

rations, almost fantastical- _,
Iy smooth, profitable, and 1DINE OUT I 4a99 INTO MADE 599 i I

satisfactory to everyone in I' $19.95 VALUE LOUNGE $12.95 t b '
the nation depositors, CHAIR VALUE ;, I

bankers,taxpayers, and even \
ardent advocates of the free ENGLEWOOD .. HEAVY DUTY GALVANIZED ,

enterprlae systemwas told II j
by Loeffler in an Interview ---, RUBBER AUTO MAT

111 Hurwith's office in the GARBAGE CAN (-
north side bank The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH
In the 1930s, Loeffler lived GALVANIZED '
ill Evanaton and was assoct- 661 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL 488-2873 OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD"Food METAL "

lied with former Walter chairman J. Cumnmg4 ofha Serving Breakfast 6 A.M. that h Making the Lemon Bay Area Famovt" III IIIHEAVY STANDARD 20. AU Sin

Bank and Trust Com- Wfc.fcVSMORGASPREAD ,
any In Chicago. SMACKBURGERS MONDAY 5.30: to 9 P.M. WITH HANDLES11i. .

Held Job as Accountant BROASTED CHICKEN

for the accounting firm of REGULAR MENU AVAILABLE TO CHOOSE FROM 99 '
I"skins & Sells In St. Louis, Take Out Orders Dave & Flo Behren pm. 474-3312 FITS MOST CARS 199

I and lectured in accounting at :.... PROTECTS AUTO CARPETS ,..iUS
university He was
raised Illinois In St. Clair County, WHITE ELEPHANT COME AS YOU ARE! ITe:. $ VALUE t:, !

days In, the early New Deal RESTAURANT & LOUNGEON Bay Vista TOTE-N-COOK (' ,
Cummings went to
Washington as executive auwtant THE BEACH AT ENGLEWOODOPEN IRONING BOARD \ ?
it, President Autol eater to parties
Franklin D. Com by boat or by '.
the treasury. When Congress Friday & Saturday Nights 11 Complete Dinner served Daily 12 to 9 P.M. lift It" GRILL

Passed the FDIC act, June All eat! On Sunday until 8 P.M. COMPLETEITAsseatulD
1933 SHRIMP you
Roosevelt selected A la carte after 9 P.M. e aLL Mnat.CONT.ucTIose

first uinimingi M the FDIC's Phone 474-1310 J2.20 SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD. .. 4.POSITIONGRILL FOLDING LEAS .vNnuns .,b
chairman head of a Rotary Meet Here Tuesday Noon. Ph. 4741880KING'S sop TP
hreeman Presldentlally ADJUITaaU ,
board which must be r p0ITIONaNaNLLaNLLae/
bipartisan under law. The or SMITH'S 1
controller of the is TABLEFOR ,
a member TAVERN & urn.
went to Washington for .,

three" "weeks and stayed: 30 Served Daily 6 ..m. to 8 P-m PICNID CAMINa;. $3.98 399
)'eara VALUE MI
Loeffler Bald RIB ROAST ,
Railed< For Work Served s... 7 ..11I. to 8 pjn. Ira $7.95 VALUE ?

Hurwith said that Loeffler CHARCOAL BREAKFAST free ..... fOe I 1

Was, largely responsible for eI LUNCH from ......... 650 ? L '

wakes letting rebates the FDIC BROILED STEAK 1D DINNER from ." ... 95c I ALUMINUM TRELLIS \ SPONGE r't

eo per to banks raised from I Packager Liquor StoriThe TRY OUR DAILY SPECIAL \
cent of their'al..... '
nenta 10 Trail 2 bloch N. of Venice Av. I
213 per 'nt' and ROOT MOP
Rt. 41 Ph 488-6330
ned devising I greatly: al plilJIet.hod Venice Aw Ph. 488-9963 FEEDER

compute by which banks OVER I FT. HIGH J au.TrROa
the assessments.fJm 1 rrat.r.eRn' y
has. been estimated that TRY OUR . WHARF I I VEINS aO.AL roR h' \
ner reforms saved the Grilled Onion FISHERMAN'S I NEVER NEEDS PAINTING + WANINe AND ,

man tanks hours.a total" of 4 million. STEAK SANDWICH SSc Reitaurtnt & Cocktail Lounge WILL LAST AND LAST MANLLNoufe Mo"p'Nae , J
Hurwith said b fN AND LAST
The FDIC Loather 12-Inch Home-made Pius $1 up I serving; "ANINa ..y,
darted business Jan. I, 1934 (25c each additional droning) 9o LUNCH from ......... 95 VALUE .....11 '
With In only 150 million dollars rte- ; DINNER from ....... $1.9! 9

government capital plus' FROSTED MUG-0-BEER 30c I DailyLUNCHEON
? 'Now' furnished by the SPECIALS

Sir lederal MMrv bank. Un- THE GLADESBAR Seafood 299I
the law nationsl
all Steak
and all state banke & RESTAURANT Chicken
witch j

memyrs. ere fiuet federal become reserve FDIC 1 Tamtam! T;all'S.. of Bill' Phillips Ford ON R]', 41 N. OF VENICE AVE. ph. 488-4317 I

>nbsra.' -
Any other itaU






GONDOLIER, Venice, fit. Tliu..a.y. Augtn *, 1964 1

I ;' Bridge Scores Queen Gloria Finds It Takes I NPC Club Notes Smoltf Saytt


Bridge Studio, July 17 2-Miss Lucy Journeay, Mrs. More Than To Be OnePretty World War I Veteran, Barracks advice on what to do If the '1tMq I

I-Mrt E. Morison, Mrs J. C C. Bryant, SO Figure :3743 of North Port Charlotte :' necessity arises the clubby
+ Kimball, 38 ft. 3-Mrs. M. Bargas, Mrs. E. Will hold their regular Acacia seed given
f 2 Sclacchitano 46H this afternoon City. Judge Irene Kent were
-Mrs H. Lawrence, Mr. C. monthly meeting and
E Bryant 38 Woman's Club, Tltnndiy and winsome Gloria at 2 o'clock at the Community distributed to member
1 Mrs. C Carlson Miss Marie Barber of University of they saw sample of seedling!
8-Mrs. J H. Morris, Col V. B. Lucy < Center
Dixon, 37 Journeay, 62 V4. Florida 1 is home again, after .i Commander Frank Rodman that had germinated In four
4-H. Reimer, C. Hauerbach, 2-Miss E. Morison, Mrs J. G, representing the state In the urge all the Veterans to attend day by sanding the hard seeds
37. Kalec, 58 H. National College Queen Con. the meeting. and soaking them in water
Bridge Studio, Monday Pit!. 3-Mrs. J. Kimball, Mrs H test last year at the World -o- overnight before planting.'Thls
1-Mrs. E. Selacchitano, Mrs Lawrence, 58'>i.4Mrs. Fair, and wonders Just what Members of the Greater Is a most desirable tree and
M Barims. 49. T. B. Richardson, Mrs next a girl will have to do to Pittsburgh Club meet tonightat the club wisher more peopleto ,
X-Mrs L J. Unertle, Mrs W. E Morison 84 attain queenshlp. rif 6 o'clock for a covered dish become acquainted with this
Namack, 47H Bridge Studio, Friday Back In times past It waan'ttoo dinner proceeding the regular beautiful evergreen with yellow
3-Mrs. W Scott W. Scott 48 NORTH-SOUTH difficult for a queen to ascend : meeting at 7:30 at the Com blossom. I GrdeessssstA
Bridle Studio Tuesday P.M. 1-Mrs. C. Carlson, H. Reimer, to her throne. Center. The Bauhlnia Tree will be I'
jjt munity
tl. All ahe needed was an hour. discussed at the next meeting
1-Col V. R Dixon, Mrs J. G The Pittsburgh Club Dance
r i,1 Kalec, 55V4. 2-Mr*. V B. Carter, Mr W glas figure, an assortment of had 23 memb... .nd nut-ol on Aug 18th. I
suits and certain
Tomlinson 73. bathing a .wh. .
3-Mrs. K W Erlckson, Mrs amount of composure under the town guest
i E. Sclacchitano, 73 klellIhts. Guests were entertained from Coin Club Meets I
leading, Fa, McKeesport, Pa.,
EAST.WEST Now contest for qu.eenshave
become extensive and Pompano Beach and Venice. Next WednesdayThe I
.. 1-Mrs W. Tomllson, Mrs C as
Mrs. Bates,
Prizes were won by
exhaustive the of BATH
Graff 86.2Mrs. a* battery Venice Area Coin and
F. M. Mulhern, Mrs. exam to which the colle,.. Mrs. Heller and Mrs. Talbert Currency dub will meet Wednesday IS REALLY
FOR EVERY KITCHEN J. bound student I Is subjected The[ next dance i* scheduled
L Unertle, 74H e night, Aug. 13, at a FUN
Unigw laurel ConveniennI 3-Mrs. P. Olsen, H. Hauer. Modern queens must be goodat for Saturday, August 13 at 7:30: ( p.m. In the community room, IN SUtvSMIR
bach, 71HVenire everything P'> m' i
of Federal
Venice Branch Sarasota 71MBco 4b
Contract Brdfce Club They must be deserving and A card and games party for ,
Savings and Loan. Any'one
the club was held at the homeof n u
Clvlr Center Friday' intelligent They must be ableto in
in the interested
Mr and Mr. Alfred
NORTH-SOUT H create poetry and tasty Kelsey numismatic is cordially Invited HAVEONE
1-Mrs J. G Kalec, Mrs H. cakes. They must be well-in i 1" on Herbison Street. to attend Members present ?
Lawrence. 75%. enter Member are urged to attend -
formed so they can
will be eligible for a door prize.
I-Mrs. E. Morison, Dr R. F. spiritedly into a discussion of these meeting and guestsare An auction will be held after
Wilcox 87.3Mrs. American political philosophy.
short business meeting
T B. Richardson, Col They must be expert home- -oA a

I. Nelson 59 H. makers, quick with the needle, meeting of the City Com Emperor Ch'ln Shi Huang Ti
EAST-WEST and dextrous with the iron. ? missloners of North Port Charlotte
who ruled China In the third
I I -M. Schoenfeld, Col V B Beauty, sponsors cry loudly, will be held Monday, century B.C., burned! all classic Hitil
Babe's Plumbina Co. Dixon, 7H3 Is less important. Freckles add Aug. 10 at 7 pm at the Com book because he wanted .
-Mrs. R. V Handley, R. harm. and animation is more munlty Center. e
488-2402 488-5282 history to begin with his own
V Handley, 6614 Important than queenly measurements .0-
Radio Equipped Trucks -3-Mr. C. E. Bryant, N K. time

P. O. Box 454 Nokomis_ Patton 664* But in spite of the increa W __rrtePi'..m__' __ The ladies Church of the will First meet Preslyterlan at- -

I = EXPERIENCED MECHANICS: ng demand on regal contest. the church next Tuesday Aug
ants contests rig unabated. GLORIA MARIE AT THE STEAM IRON I
vet 11 at 9:30 a.m. for a spe-
Member Chamber of Commerce In the recent National College clal work day. Members of the
Queen contest, college girl
from 50 states toiled outdoorsIn energy enough left for a ball, There are possibilities of advertising four circles will do handwork e4wt4'di9deAIR
B&WAutoRepaiMODERN a strong wind at the World's with dates from the United commitments, per and make things necessary to
Fair In New York, ironing lit.tie Slates Merchant Marine Acad- sonal appearances In department carry on Missionary work In
EQUIPMENT my. stores, modeling in fashion foreign fields as well as national -
apron and then donning
EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE them to make a cklllet cssse-- Why do they compete for this shows and for photographers mission. This Is the tint
ALIGNMENT A WHEEL title, or to be Miss Teen-Ager, Magazines geared to the in a series of Work Circle and
BALANCE } role.They participated in forum Miss Junior Miss. Miss Magnolia teen-age audience are alwayson the ladies will each bring a
on economics and photography, or Miss Pocono Pines? the lookout for new faces sandwich and a beverage, to
ENGINE TUNE UP & took part in a hairstyling com. There are reasons, good and Even those who failed to be served for lunch, and work
OVERHAUL petition, set tables, and somehow plenty. The big national con reach the top can count on being rough Into the afternoon
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 1; found time for interviews, tests usually carry college feted back in their home 1 At the last meeting of the

TRANSMISSION SERVICE a visit to the UN, theater parties scholarship rewards, even for states, tot local pride Is of executive board of the Women
1 and television appearances those who place rather than treat Importance, and brass of the Church, Mrs. Leona Meibben -
629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.3502 When at last the winner, Alice win. bands, and a governor'* wel- was appointed histor
Ruby from Bennington College, I' Fringe benefits abound. come await the returnee ian The board meets each
ALL WORK GUARANTEED was crowned, there was still' month to formulate plans for
the women and their circles.

J / N P C Personals I guests Twenty.attended members-the meeting and five ofthe CONOJJ4OJI

Men' Garden Club last
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartwickon from Warren Ohio, are the I Tuesday evening at the Corn-
Bayano Street have return houseguests of Mr and Mrs. munlt Center. Guests were
I ed to Wisconsin for a two- Hubert McKibben on East Saf Wilfred Churchill, William
month vacation. Mr. and Mrs. ford Terrace Mrs Sallaz is 'roughton' L. R Parlso, James housewith
IH Spencer RUey In Warm Mr. McKibben's sister. The Chaney and Robert Orr Jr your whole
NOW Spring left for Iowa and two couples have been touring Clarence Hale gave a most
Wisconsin where they will visit this part of the state, visiting interesting talk on "Growing
during the summer with their I Sanlbel Island and they went Edible Pig in Florida" He = :
F children and grandchildren.Mrs lor an air boat ride In the ata tel that on his small tree, iltamp:
Everglades. Mr :McKibbensaid he has had a fine crop of line-
Rice is entertain-
this was really a thrill ious fig to eat or give away
her mother, Mrs Alice
Smith ng also her sister, Mar Mr. Sallas had a birthday last W. are certain he has mad for less than the
Wednesday and they honored many converts to his favorite
Blevens and Mark
aret son
him with party gardening tree

The perfect time to get the best deal on America's No. 1 cars from aunts,Muskegon' Misses Edna, Mich.and Mary Thyra Mr and Mrs James Kenning In Alan g Loquats Dagg as spoke an ornamental on "Grow. cost of room nits

h Wolkerson are also here from on Cristobal Street have and for fruit He had
a 1m aUplant
Muskegon and Mary has her really gone up into the north with him
divided into two trailers and says they
company land. They are spending the
are to
easy from
: grow
except when they ring! the summer in Saskatchewan He has had seed
.- dinner bell, then they all gather Canada, while Mr. and fruit on his many 8-foot clusters tree the of AIRITE ENGINEERING. INC.
+ Into one They are enjoyinga Mrs. James Mitchel on Herbi only draw back I Is that;
lovely vacation and will re- son Street plan to spend the birds
turn to Michigan with a nice remainder of the warm summer times the fruit also and Heating Air ConditioningSales
many they beat to
1 you
sun tan.Many months in Higganum,
; 0
Conn., near Hartford, after itSam Service a Engineering
: North Port Charlotte Matthew gave an !Interesting -
_ .I'\ Cdnnokt Impala Sport Coups residents are from the New see topping the World off on the Fair way up to review of a book on 800 BM Ave, Venice Ph. 4882373
England states and return Florld"1 poisonous plants,
,.' there for a pleasant summer :Mr and Mr. Raleigh Talberton snakes and Insects and gave I
) I vacation Mr and Mrs William East Sydney Avenue recently .
: Hyleskl on Bayano Street are I entertained as their house
touring the White Mountains of guests Mrs. H. Shonsheh and
,i' i. New Hampshire while Dr. and Mrs F. Mahaffey from Me
Mrs Leslie Hutchinson on Los Keesport, Perm, also Mrs. E.
T I : Rios Street are spending the Arosell from Reading, Penn
summer in Massachusetts and The guests remained for a
New Hampshire. week and were quite) pleased
,I ClttoeUs Maitbts Spt>r< Coupe Louis and Beatrice Schmelke I with this section of the West

I' have Coast of Florida. They continued :
returned to their former .. , .
their trip through the rest ;
home at Nlanlatic, Conn for
!! : a
:1 i two month vacation with home.of state on a leisurely trip .1'' :. .. ." :
friends and relatives They expect "
i 'd. to be home ogaln in Sep Mr. and :Mrs Harry Brown ,,1 ,sal. ,: '"r i'i'

.Wis. tember. on South Btscayne Boulevard .
Mr. entertained with a barbecueat '
and Mr -
Clarence Folsom '
,1" ' ;
their home last Thursdayevening ,
on Street ) .I
Chicopa are '
Those )
r attending and
I'I'I happy to have their son and
: enjoying the delicious food
t Clary II Nooa Sport Cespe daughter-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
John F. Boothroyd from
I Show-alter and Mr. and Mrs. ,
; Conn her for a visit. r
\ ., ), Reno Peres Mr. Brown is ,' ,.."I. .
l' ..P Mr. and Mrs. Kelso Sallat home for 12 day leave, and . I....
. will return to Beaumont, Texas .
.11' .,"'!". ,' ..-. this week where his ship Is &EI:4 ,.: 'J. .; .f: ,::'
;; f : I I'I f docked He expects to be home : ,. '
< \ .1 WESTERNAUTO again in September. ; !: (.

, t .,
Mrs Louis HaHen suffereda

'" Coroait Monza Cfaa cut on the head when she . ,
, r:. fell at her home on Merril " '

; Traditionally, Chevrolet has been HAKDWAKtTACKLC Street last Saturday After at FIRST FEDERAL: ',,"< '
America's best seller. And right now treatment at Venice Hospital :

I1 ; more than ever, because the '64 model, SEETHE. .MA' WITH THE Nol BUYS RADIOS she wu released (n Venice ?' I

year is almost over and your Chevrolet Mrs. Ed Frank on Bumford :.. :. : .
-t c dealer has to make room for the '65s, 305 W, Venice Ave.Ph.483516 Avenue entered Venice Hospital SAVBHEU \,' .
it'* America' best buy. But don't wait I on Friday and Is sharing the W1'I1IIAPETY ; ,. .

Come in and see how great the deals M room with Mrs Alan Dagg, AND EARNING! POWER. '>: ,. '
rt are on these No 1 can Come in now o. another North Porter. We hope YOUR"CASH AVAIL 4sT>i .,c
while there's still a big selection of they are both better soon and WHEN YOU WANT IT. r '
+' models and colors. Come pick your able to be home. ,: _

I ,i Y : ,., favorite Next week while may the picking'be( still good. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SAVE BY AUGUST 10th EARN FROM AUGUST,Is*

p too late. Hurry l .,,:1== fi1IC1ImvltH1Ifrtle.C7ty EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES tYS

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GONDOLIER, V.nTce, Fl.. Thursday, Xugw) 6.CLASSIFIED "- ?


IT TAKES MORE THAN ONE CAP A Competitor Newsletter:

-' -J.I

Publication of a newsletter

to learn e. e grow relating activities: of the Wen

: ice Composite Squadron of the
I- Civil Air Patrol has been inaugurated -

; achieve by the local CAP Information '
.i office.

Mark Stir.., cadet Information .
I Houses For Sal I Instruction Situations Wanted officer, Is managing editor L

of the new Information sheet,
BATES LEAVING TOWN Will Sacrifice JOBS WAITING Wilkinson with Mrs. Merle Place, senior
nice home In choice location Real Estate School. Enroll WANTED-Washings and Iron. Information officer as editort

i n.ndii eY in Venice Gardens) :2 I now 262 S. Tamlami Trail loge Pickup and delivery.. in-chief. 1,

ChargeMonday Editions large bedrooms, 1H. baths Den Phone 488.5551 or 488-6898 Phone 48821175.REGISTERED. The Venice CAP Newsletterwill

that can be used as a third contain CAP news are r
S1.50 bedroom. Large utility room Business PersonalsCREDIT NURSE 14 yrs news, and advertisements. The

screened porch carport etc. office experience. Available 411 newsletter has been distributed

(112 word minimum)J Landscaped corner lot. sao HUL Immediately Write H. M., Box r to area chambers of com

- Additional to view Rd Phone 4B8-2864_ CARD 746 Venice. RECORD merce and several advertising '

5 merchants. Copies be obtained
CASH ram both Thursday Rentals Money To Loan at the CAP Newsroom, ..I yh'r'
Protect liability due to BOOK
Street behind
EditiOfti 233 N. Nassau (
end Monday I Ids UerrWA. .a. Stbe.k.. . Pm_. lost or stolen credit cards. o KMI), or at the Venice and 4
$1.40 1 On h.,. e. _ M ..,.. $10,000 coverage $28 three BUSINESS: OR PROPERTY Englewood Chambers of Com +
years. For full particularsstop Loans Unlimited funds avail AIn merce. There will be no charge '

) wordiiimtnifnUml) FURNISHED APARTMENTS, in or call able. Personal appointment ar for the newsletter, accordingto a
Word each 50 reasonable Walk to beach EDCEVanORSDALEAGENCY ranged. S. M. Box 746, in care Managing Editor Stires.

" Additional and shopping. Call 488-3447. of this paper. .. Cadets of the Venice Composite ''
-- }
!i Fir A1.. A..O.p rm Seas.e..s Evenings, 4742569. Squadron will be shown "'
.\ .Y S Item d ;. r.S 110 W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 Boats For Sale Russia there we no 4-H the role of extension for the last' servatton John Deere; Foods- two movies on loan from the I

'I'' a."i': "= :, FURNISHED 3 Bedroom house Clubs to teach boys and girls a 90 :years! In developing the >H Nutrition, Cineril Foods;Alumni US Air Force at 7:30: p.m. to

I/ corma.., 01 r.. ItJ $85. Also furnished 1 bed. better way of life and work; no Club program.In Recognition Olin Mathleson; day. They are "Wings for Roger .
p.M fr w II M. awwl. 0.f room apartment, utilities furnished '83 JOHNSTON, 5H H P. out- agricultural extension service to .
Care and RalstonPurlns.
J ... -- Y'mUm Ie .1..111.1. Dressmaking, alterations, draperies the early days of 4-H the Dog Training, Windsock" and "Air Power
$60 month. Nokomis board. 8 gal. tank. Never in how better methods for raising trained extension agents worked America." Anyone interestedin

f CLASSIFIED DISPLAY heights Inquire 215 San Marco ete. reasonable 488-1130 the water. Bargain. Phone 488- crops and livestock; no pedal- with the children of farm fami Fifty years ago there were the CAP Is invited.

Dr., Venice. 488-1434. RUBBER STAMPS made to order 3673. Isti to help Improve homemakIng -; lies. The plan provided the few
l Edition, per Inch $3.00 : only a projects: : growing Venice composite Squadronwill
On skills no business to
; men
service. Office wedge that opened the door for
Overnight tomatoes and them
;: loth Edition, per Inch $3.50 1' BEDROOM duplex apartment stock 18-FT. BOAT, 35 H.P, Johnson support this "massive, informal, the agents to reach the farmers ; be hosts for the next Group
or growing and
personal, pocket corn raising pigs .
furnished. Adults. Call.
TVs. educational which includes 14
motor. Also 8 portable program" and their wives.
4881432. to eat the com.longTime. "
All clialfltd ads p.yeble In Yearly Call 488-4114. 4R81719. 4aHowever both cadets and
Premier Khrushchev Ne Free Enterprise Support seniors from Bradenton Sarasota
advsnc except Iblllhtcl! 4 ROOMS 2:I bedrooms, screened w It has been suggested that
' SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. did learn something about Sponsors that have supported4H and Arcadia, Group
ccountv.. porch. and carport. Phone SHEPARD length, 8-ft. beam. Plnto-V.I. the Cooperative Extension Serv- Khrushchev might further Improve .. for 20 or more years are: Commander Lt. Col. F. J.
488-1333._ stem All ice during his visit to the U.S. farming under communism Armour and Coropinjr Suit V.Salem. Klernan and wife Major Florence
.... CANCELLATION or LUMBER CO. vo engine. Draft In a Pravda article, Krushchev if he also had initiated a .,; Burllnstm R.llro d; Milwaukt Kiernan will be present
ATTRACTIVE Eff. Apt. Prl- fibreglassed. Hardtop. revealed "secret" to the Russian program for youth patternedafter RilliMd; Chlcaso a North I
. Blvd. meeting to be Aug.
1003 N. Washington ac the
vats heated pool. W. Venice 12-ln. Wonderful for bay and Weittra awns coati a Clirki:
the 4-H Clubs.
Rsquett for cancellation ... Ave Week month yearly Saraiot gulf. Lots of room for chairs people. He admitted that Seventy Conrad Hilton MoW;; Cuddy. PackIng . 2 at the CAP Ready Room,
other foreign countries have
certain extension practices were Compinjj rirntonci Illlnoli "f.Venice 6
b . .. of Airport. :
fir sdjintment to Reasonable summer rates. Ph. can and fishing tackle. $995. Phone "borrowed" when the Soviet But Russia lacks the incentiveand Central RaIlroad: InUrnaUoul Harvester
error mitt b* MM). for 468-3881. ELLIOTT PAUL 488-3157 agricultural system waj overhauled backing provided by:! privste : K.rr GUn; Ltmtoek Con. -',
Gondolier BEFORE erntlon Incorporated; MontfonMnrWant Even thieves prefer the reas.
TRAILVIEW APT. for rent for recently. ; Stan-Iloobuek Foundation; miring clank of hard money.
I p"'". Monday.. For Men by Auto For Sale Explains Service U.S. Industry bas backed 4-H Waitlnfhouw Educational Foundation ,:,-
year. Completely furnished ; Wilton a Cal Standard 011
Condoller work right from the beginning
day Automotlc heat and air con. Alum. Windows >ft I Door. "I have In mind he lid, (Ohio); Guntral Moton; American
It provides technical
pjn osi Thursday. ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. Contract: Roofing & Painting 1964 CORVAIR, 4-door sedan. the introduction of scientific financial aid and recognition. Oil Foundation. Legal

PHONE Tampa St.. close to stores. Phone 468-2132 Venice White, blue interior. Call Ph. achievements. In the United More thin 53 leading business Collectively they make the
TeL 688-4194. States of America a farmer'sservice National 4-H Club Congress pos
4882776. firms cooperate with the extension VOTlrF: OF INTTNTIOM TO
exists under the universities sible. One of the most coveted
4S8-3125 Adding service and the National REGISTER FICTITIOUS
2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfurntshed. Machines (mechanically operated and colleges. The agents 4-H Service Committee in awards for s 4-H'er Is the congress Tlw eadenliiiH .na NAMErti&
Plenty room for children ) Chemically cleaned. Lost meet with the farmers and persuade Individual sponsoring trip given to one boy:! or that h. la aondurtlni Buktronnd
and pets Phone 488-6781.I like new. Just $12 50 plus partsIf them to introduce this projects. girl per state in a specific pro II.... boiliuM Venlra Florida, ends
...... Mule *
there at least three > fkrtltlou n.m..5 S.
lots For Sale required All makes. Venice SOLITAIRE RING or that method, belp them in Today are gram. Altogether about 1,000 Elwtnnlira and hit did firm .la eon-
I BEDROOM HOUSE on the Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. organization of production and .dose areas of 4-H Club work. young people from 50 states peal oT th. followlnc tsars wboMttun .
water., Nicely furnished 4118-41113 and diamond wedding ring furnish them with plans." Some ef the newer programs travel to Chicago each fall to and plus at rwidaioa ara aas"dn

Iff IN BAY POINT, Kokomis. NPC. phone 4883681. on Nokomis Beach off pavilion He cot: most of the extension aid their sponsors are: Photography participate In this educational ,r T. 11..1. P. O. Box. Ml.Ownonhlp ,

Mile from beach. Block i Help Wanted Reward Contact The Gondolier picture, but apparently missed ., Eastman Kodak; Con. event vmi.., Fla
west of U. S. 41. Value 1250. NICE FURNISHED 3 roomdownstairs Newspaper I iii'lInwo nf Rarafota, Mlle EtaaSIDNW -

Make offer or trade for 19-20 apartment, use of t'nlto aldm o. L N.dlem.n. 100 pm _.t.It .
ft. MFG boat and motor. 488- automatic washer. Very reasonable REAL ESTATE SALESOPPORTUNITY A fisherman may use a Ie my Intention to up\f\ 10 the I' ., '
Pets Too Late To clerk of tho CI."tt Court .M and for
Classify bream for his rod
8829. by week month or bait with S....... FI.rld.. 10 ...1.... tha ,
I year. 417 Menendes. Phone I and reel or pole and line but told earns s........ M..'. a Elrtronlm V., ,,.
ItIl1lIDINA! !: tOTS ,,.... .1 0.._ t0881 4" I
tNICW'!!NIC' BUBINt" ..ITISOwns. 188-3242, or evenings 4886994. BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird By RUSSELL KAY may not use it for bait on a thr prvh1n. Cell.r,- .
LOU JACOBS, MI-1IIT UNITED FARM AGENCY, then.tion' supplies for sale. 4885850. trot line, according to the l"wrt: .FI:my d"j'dta 1705 d.,. d \'
Misc. For Sal real taleiorganization Results of recent primariesand about communism in this country Game and Fresh Water Fish July, laid P'" '
leading L NEEDLBMAK.:
ELK INLET: SeawaDed private I offers unusual the Republican conventionseem communism in our schools IS, 50. 1M4 ':' ,
boat basins. E. U KiHon an LegalNOTICE to indicate the disturbed and colleges, on the streets and
1984 14-ft. Coldspot Deepfreeze
a Bayshore: Drive Nokomis. opportunity to a qualified manor state of mind that exists in government and elsewhere.We .
$150. Free 1500 TV or S&H
huiband-and-wife team to
the nation. done to
throughout want something Commission.Compare
Green Stamps. Mustlan Mich.
Real Estate aelango Dr., Sorrento Shores serve at branch managers Of SALE The swing to Goldwater In curb general disrespect for law r
cfflc. of BRA8WEM
and order the steady increase
has nothing to do ,
the brochure YOUR AUornwi. Vnlr-NokoniU Bar* BuildInt. my opinion
home FOR SALE Used reconditIoned Request Vmlc*. Florid phona 489-<40 will with party politics The old in our crime rate mob via
MODERN :S I Bedroom
alr-conditloners FUTURE and UNITED FARM Inept offan to pubs III. tolli>wlnitacrlhtil lence big labor political fear
and and for ,
Florida room G.E. kitchen. AGENCY and learn the full details property ne.n.ln. t. the order is split wide open and footing.We Get the best car-rental deal l from
dose to hospital, schools, shopping 'waters. Reverse cycle. These OmrHl.n of N.O.perty of VERA B. good reason. Both Republicansand pussy t} ,
Fedders units are in fine shape about this opportunity ROSSOW, .n IncoitirMfentlOn. Democrats well
are pretty
listen to like
centers. $100 month, option 1.48 Plymouth 4lr MduID men "
t to buy. Phone 488-1231. and can be seen at the Gondolier through a personal I discussion No. FlITtSOlO fed up with the status quo. and Goldwater, realizing ,I' '

Motel 587 So. Tamiaml with our district sales manager, Such (the iffen 0"mot.......b.Mttlni In ...rlll.forth.. .,.InMl th.- ] They have reached the point their shortcomings and the ECDND..CAR ,
HOME AND RENTAL UNIT- Trail, Venice. Call or contactW. write totUNITED: mount of men offer which .h.:-l In no where they want to know Just dangers of their philosophies ,.

(4,700. Florida room cabana, E. Horton Phone 488-5609 ... th.n SllCtl, soled.. up god eMiv. ..nrt .. where this country is going. but we know we can't go on the only difference is the low price
offlc. nf ld nttornm on
or 4881603. The price for each FARM AGENCY ocI0 the
:2 I screened porches, carport, I., tempt 8iinri.>i and B.turd.yIStOO .0'. For some time there has been fighting wars we can never
alum. Trailer under one roof. unit Is $50. There are a limited Richard W. Goddard, noon) betWMn the hens of lOtOOkm little choice between parties.It hope to win, internal disrup '

Separate unit rents for $500 number. First come, first servo District Sales Manager mbllc.tlon. and 5 tOO of p.m.In.ln.the notlr' throuiih. with Si the. has been "me too" and the tion, criminal leniency, senseless Offers you MORE Costs you LESS ? :

...IOn. All furnished. 75-ft lot ed._ lib d.r of Atituit .t 11,00 noon.S things that have made this squandering of the nation's -:

overlooking bay. Dock privileges. UPRIGHT PIANO good con. P. O. Bo 186 "robin.ia P..porIp11 to pnrov.l of ,>o..K County>U tar Judi.far ...h. country great have been going wealth and resources indefinit FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%

C. O. Wooden Broker, ditlon, $100. H. Hlleman. Box Eustis Florida 32726 SuruoU County, Florida to th. o.for down the drain. ely.All Delivery Credit cards honored :
whoM offer I I. th. .1 thonMMlrad '
Francis St., Nokomls. 4884231. 3099, Nokomis. and which Shill surd th.rum Citizens are worried about we ask is sound, sensible Safety Seat-Belts
ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office of 111000 Bash dim lhall b.p big government false assurances dependable leadership and we By the day, t

PRIVATE PARTY wants late I TRAVEL TRAILER l -fT wants live-wire licensed real >, n alb,1M4...Id onto property at lliDl ma b.Pt MM-. Anci.t atWood political hooey and hokum don't care what label it might Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month t

t or 4 bedroom home West I Aluminum Avalon. Sleeps 5. estate salesman Reply:! J. C., Chmltr-Plrmonth Moton, tOO juvenile and adult delinquency bear, Republican Democrat or
of Trail. Have 2 Bedroom 2 Excellent condition. $625. Ph. Box 748. Venice.CUSTOMERS /tenth Trail.$ V..,... KtorWa. senseless spending and .
bath on Harbor Drive to trade 488-5257. Publl.'. July 17, SO, A... S, I, 1M4.NOTICE Independent.In
squandering of the nation's re Drive our New
to. Box 296. Venice Fla. NEED ServiceIn The license hate our pursuit of the almighty .
9 9 :
_Pianos- Venice or Charlotte County Or SAL Communists the Ku dollar, of personal automatic shift '

ATTRACTIVE TrailerCottageon Steinway Knrbe Everett full or part time. Earn $3.50 Th. olfl..0 BRASWEU. 4. RO7N.tttorn groups Klux Klan. The Birch Societyand pleasure and advantage we 2-door VALIANTS. $3
50x100 landscaped: lot in George Stock Winter Cable hourly and up. For informationwrite .ya, VenUw-Nnkomla Bank Buildnt. have neglected the duties of booI_d., .
lack of per :
quiet wooded off U. P. O. Boa 747, V nfW Klnrlda.thon. countless others, Also other fine
area Just S. Cable ,
Nelson Fayette Rawleigh, FA G 563 2003, . 48I-S40I win.srtff.m to pan respect for law and order, citizenship that might have }1.ssrM94aia
8. 41 In Vamo area. Price Kallett ft: Davie: Memphis, Term. .a.. .. th. followlni .....tbool orooorlyM saved us from our present CHRYSLER PRODUCTS .
$1,500 completely furnishedwith Musette Players .brtlne, to th. Enreutor of th. muss graft and corruption in high little valueon Mss. ptnln. >*r trUe
rf CARL O MILLER: dmaarilOn. places and the tendency of our plight. We placed at slightly higher rates.;
good term. Rountree Pianola Player:! Female Help WantedPART 1B6I Ford 4-<1.. rd.a the privilege of the ballot,
Agency. Phone 02 -251, 4114 Organs- I ID ,... B8UU1WSI4Soeh / courts to "laugh everythingoff" we avoid Jury duty, make no I 1'
nut b. in mJNae.gad and encourage the lawyers
South Tamlami Tr., Sarasota Allen Lowrey TIME SECRETARY, 2 11 tf ::l::.. Mttlnc, firth th. amount i in their efforts to Impede effort to back up our police and
Las's :!
Ha. OF days a week. Typing and off. which .ball b. no hM I hire shyster lawyers to get us
COMPLETE .. 1260.00, Mal.d op and d.llv.,d to Justice and protect the crimi
WILL TRADE HOUSE In VenIce REBUILT, RECONDITIONEDAND bookkeeping necessary. Call I.f offle. of told alto.....> .. an> d.r nal. off the hook when lawlessness TO RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096 'f
GUARANTEED 488-1561: for appointment. ([ Saturday! after lllOO noon and attires! up with us.
for one in Ft. Myers .,) bMwMn th. hour of lOtOO. .. This Is not the America our
Phone WY 488-4521. PIANOS AND ORGANS .. and llOO pm.. bwlnnia* with th.Nibllcatlon We sick and we need AUTO
5-4962 or WHITE MAID for efficiency of Sib notl-. thruuiU th.Ith fathers and forefathers fought ; are GULF GARDEN CENTERVenice
FROM $l. motel. Experienced. Part day. of Auxut ., ISiOS, ..... for. This Is not the America' help. Goldwater may help, he
Houses 'Florida's" Largest Music Co. Said proport$ ahall .. Mid for a.hnU not. But know in our
For Sale time. Phone 488.2803.BOOKKEEPER ..t to approyal of th. C-ranlr Judit.'or we were taught to respect and may we Shoppinq Center
CANNON MUSIC CO. garaKit County. Florida, to th.iffmor defend. They say history repeats hearts we are in bad trouble
3 BEDROOMS 2 Bath air con.: 1301 tat St., capable of whoa, blfh"t of itself well we have gone and we have reached the point CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES: SUMMER '
... MOMdJil
.. and which lhall
ditioned C(B. House in Ven OPP. Florida Theatre keeping complete set of Jiou aum .1.of 12(0000 gush. often ahallM a long way down the road that where we are ready to grasp RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING. ro.
ice Gardens. Phone 488-8716 Open Thurs. &: Fri. til 9 p.m. books and preparing monthly opined at laid of fie. ., 13, 0t... m., history points to as disaster any straw that gives even halfway I

week days:! and before II p.m. _Ph. 958-101. operating statement. Apply in loruit It the Sth Vmlca-Nokonll 1014. Property. Bank mar pmklnl awn areas.We promise of answering our CBBHHI WwW'i ftntMt.awkwrt.leyus _

Weekends and after IS 4881770. person Warm Mineral Springs rat want something done need.
APACHE PublUhl July IT. 50. A..... .. I. 1M4. .r

I gds Vef..hld. ........ PotoM1. World's number one camping WAITRESS. FULL or part j
TIdoLO"u' SI o'' ri. .. trailer Now also number one time. Apply to Venice Yacht Florida LARGER
Ow. : Venice
All Club after 11 a.m.
in the Sarasota area.

SACRIFICE- bedroom house aluminum pulls up and downin DEPENDABLE Real Estate Corner I

Jftear beach. Phone 4881872. minutes. Two double beds Misc. Wanted DRY WALL I '
off the ground. Sold out of
EXCLUSIVE! Beautifully located models. More on the WANTED CANOE or smell, SERVICEc. I

1 bedroom home. Near way.some Low price Ugh quality. light boat. Also ,lrl'. 28-in. . W. Curwood 488-mO

the bay. All rooms art large Bank financed. Come see bike. Phone 4882416. + r----

and well planned. Central h tend -- - --- -- HOME

landscaped air conditioning Nicely. 100 N. Washington Blvd.' WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. INTERESTED ? 'l/l Block to Beach, Furnished

sprinkler system.A 3 Bedroom, 2 baths. Screened Lot Paved St. .
bargain (Opposite Mass Bros.) RAMBLER DODGE Large ,
at $28,500. Call us AIR CONDITIONED! ,
Porch. attached Oil
for Sarasota, Fla. 488.3965-488.6150
appointment, Byron:! Mark ,15 S. Tamtaml Trail SANITARY SEWER heat $7950.00
Phone PORTABLE FENCE. 10 four- SPECIALIST IN. . Screened Patio 2 Bedroom I Bath Dwelling 105 East Aurora


rooms, m baths, paneled Never used. 488-4294. Repair Lubricate Chassis MICKLETHWAITREALTOR ,
Florida room, cathedral cell. L-O-O-K-I 1 Front End Alignment Oil Change 541 SHAMROCK BLVD. TOTAL PRICE 12700. N. WIMMERS t! i

gm m,., central heat. Available Conn Caprice (used) .. ."45 Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Bearm H. N. WIMMERS Realtor REALTOR

; request. 488-8387._ Conn Minuet (used) . .$745 Wheel Balinelmi Electrical Repairs Agent for Western Union Telegraph Mon. thru Frl. 9 to S 221 W. Miami Ave. 801 Laguna Drive
ATTRACTIVE, : S Bedroom, :2 I CoM Caprice (demon. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Sat. till I pjn. CLOSED SUNDAY 488-5308 4884621 ls'' i
baths. Reasonable. Easy"mis. $895 Radio Repaln Trammitilon Repel
strator) :3J
W4884474.. P. O. Box M, Venice, Hammond' Spinet . . $845 Alreondltlonlnq Repels and InstallationGREEN'S :J\\11 K:;

Kimball Spinet (Leslie) $695 r "

CBs,room t til BEDROOMS.* both, Golden Florida BeacBctlon. Grand Piano Electric(Ebony Guitar) .$995, FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home In Venice Ga"" ",. TRADE YOUR TRAILER FOR HOME '

828 Roberts St., Gibson . 49 .a. 2 Car Garage, Central Heat and Air Condition.
In csse ..... .. .. Bedroom Terrazzo Tile Bath Range and ti
Washer Rods and Drapes Central Lot 100' x 125', 2 ,
Electric GuitarpJSIC1CENTER .. Screen Porch. Will
Gibson furnished Dock and Boat.
end ,$139 Member Chamber of Commerce Sewer and Water. This well landscaped home only Refrigerator
tale Mobile Home. t
I bedroom, bath$18.000.00 built-in Sarasota DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Terms $12,500.00GULF I I''
e 250 So. Gate plaza 16500.; , ;
Stove and o with ", atch- Heating and Air Conditioning

tog refrigerator Screened TrI-Counfy Equipment Co; & Air' Conditioning' InstallatIons REALTY E ''x
POrch | t.. MittorwIowBWades. Heating FRANK C. RAEBURN

As low*s,1100.00. BELL aD. 966B10SOTA. FL.e Gas Ranges a Wafer Heaters I
dean plus closing costs. Free Estimate REALTOR Bruce Thompson Rena Cobb Joseph Swee, Associate included,, Water softMcGLYJW ,7M wee* tptcfo/i/ en Ne Job- Too Big or Too Smell 251 W. Venice Ave Phone 488-1600 488-264 216 S. Tamlami f,. P. O. Box 935 Phone 48$4 8'l I IThe Ia l

MYRON 263 s. Trail, Venice Ph. 488.2271
4. Govern Lubrication Equip! ,
Shamrock: a ,.!b. 488-4J7. yti



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..,, ; i BOWLING l% Golf-0-Rama f

ii .I. i SARASOTA Wednesday
t :
_ I August 19. will be the last day
to qualify for the> Sarasota
>.., '. .. ; 0, Golf 0 Rama Match Pia,
. 'nIL ate.dinatTh.
r; s"7. wlekd wee'
: < e i Cyro's Lanes P..'_ 1411: JlGJI'. 24141, tote Championship to b. played at
Dot and Daih.. tt-lt. Ullla. BeaaaWadneadar em 1 DeSoto Lakes Golf Club Aug.
J ....... a 04 Split; 5e.nd high tor..
Johnnr De.. M the) tcnrhii hi the pad hg '!ado, 150445. ust 20-23. One 18-hoIe round it
'''' I teethe Ratoraar. Night Lark Reek. "B" Strata Hid lad* required for qualifying and
j : wttk a m ..M. did N.... Rate waa. Idual steel Larrr ......-.. Hell-K.ta... Venice area player may play
high for tin holee wllb a II* see _. .. ..
5421.| Hid Individual... ......Lee Hell"'.... this round any time prior to
... 7411 High
J rll Rim Mm Lena Pink _,., the August 19 date or on
1\ TeaJBl II 15018.edinwt the
IT. Hubert Colt Tallnra." ...,_ the pine 147; Hiiro) team ....
Tea* II 1441 Hell"' before the match
ter a 1M lOa cod ll' tee a aO4 aarlea day plpairings ,
> Tin Tkraa tOVi H'% Baa-
. WoodCt.rr.lerPMno'Kh U 4-17'tj .
Ie lead' the INTO. tM Ror eed Ito. (or !?. I and kith ...... Sad. aerie.i gtaa AllM, are drawn.Tournament
tries Wood Oirnlar-I'tnaoiitli .M the 1t. 1U 11471.Taandar official have
; .... Mortal with In .,..10 and MilTlit "A* Stratcfe His 'ladl.irldnal announced the number of
'. trio ...., Wlllard Shepherd. TN.I. flight of 18
'. ',,1 match play playeri
1 : "p -It] Wl.ltr taama ..< now fo .. lit; Hid Individual' _., VI. Ha.CUm. will be determined
each by
Teem 4. 7'l| Hlrt teas (analTaam the
: I leg tact Cr.For....sep VraMlu Informatloa Heel Iff Site.."I2M.* ,
T 4 'IMO Team
4 1821 Standlnnl >ara |
I. It-Ill Teem I. t17. Other art First round of match play will
,.... Harold Johneon lilt, Mae Maaauler. be Thursday, Aug. 20 with the
) .. . 1211 I Chuck Tutor" 1211 Harold
t{ 1 !i" Myakka\ Lanes Manoa, III'I atop Jarratt, UU finals scheduled on Sunday,
I Aug. 23. When eliminated frontmatch
.:. play. contestants will
Menaar Nla-M' Mind High I l.dlrfdual -
.., J..i.oIIa.. .l. vamei: Nancy Cooper- Summer I The Library of Congress con L- automatically go Into a medal
., \ Nuraenr SOT and Clay eon_. Bum tains 12 million books, the ma- play consolation tournament
,. ... ." .. ,. .;. .'". .-<. ._- -_..::..<..".., mm Nagrr Natty Corflar flat. Hlih IM. aed Indl'Moalrlaal Bill ..i.t I jority of which can be ordered and stay in contention for
.. HIGH SCHOOL RESEARCHERS Participants assemble a molecule model. Others in the Team 1. 101) High turn g..., 'a..- from the main reading room prize during the entire four
: in the University of Florida's summer picture are Richard Lewis of Sebrlng and man s.....Nunrrr.. Nete Mil. eariaalI .. days of the tournament.
'science program sponsored by the National Abbott Kagan of Fort Myers Also attend- T_, 24111 Summara. Nururr. la- With statewide match play
141 narllne Green si-la. Tax Croataon
I Science Foundation include two students from ing the eight week program is Stephen Ranck, .ertd a 1.1010 wilt.Taaadar A Florida fisherman may not events for Florida amateurs
Venice High School. One of them, Charles son of Mr. and Mrs Roger L. Ranck, 1209 W_..' Seralra High In- use a bass to catch another almost a thing of the past,
Copp (right). son of Mr. and Mrs Carroll The Rialto South, Venice who was on an anthropology Hlrlilual ..... Helm Canall WlckadWoman bass as the law prohibits the Golf-O-Rama officials hope to
Copp. 352 Warfield Ave., Venice, watches field trip when the photo was Helm' .Caull till. 4Ti High Hlrh Inol.ldual tram _......', use of bass or pickerel or any rekindle the Interest In head to 10500ides
chemistry researcher Dr. Wallace S. Brey taken. Th. Winked Woman. lot! Hick teen part of these fish as bait head tournament and plan to .
C make the Sarasota event aa
I annual state match play feature idesED
if It popular this
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\ summer Entry fee for the tournament,
1 OL.!A which includes the five rounds
: of golf and a contestants
party, is (1500 All golf
: ; course in Florida have been
sent entry forms which also
are available at the Sarasota
County Chamber of CommerceDeadline .
S for entries is midnight 1
Au,. 11

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