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 13, 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: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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the Fastest Growing Area on FlorMa't West Coart Osprey, laurel. Netomlt, Xante., South Venice. Venice SaroW. Vente East, Engl.wood, North Port CJiarloH.


[ire us Opening South Venice Contract P.O.

Council Holds I.

'Promotion Eyedy Okayed By Washington ..

Authorization for the Sept. 1 Assistant Postmaster Cole-
opening of a contract postal I man Reese said the new South
| C of C Board station in South Venice was re. Venice contract station will open
ceived from the U. S. Post Of- Sept 1 with a $500 inventoryand
fice Department this week by 38 boxes for rent. Both the The Line On TaxesVenice
?best to capitalize on the the downtown business district Venice Postmaster J. Douglas inventory and number of boxes
s premier of the Ringllngui with holidaylilhtln,. Arnall. he said will be increasedas
early next year at the The recommendation was referred Arnall said he was notified soon as business warrants.
DC, winter quarters Is a to the City Council for Monday that the contract was Reese said the new postal '\,
won Venice Area Chamber Implementation.The awarded to Robert W. McNa- station will provide all the services City Council readopted ordinance was passed on all late the event with the annual struction techniques. :" ;:
Commerce directors would Retail Merchants Committee mara who has been appointed available at the Venice a 18V>-mlll tax levy for 1964 three readings at the request of Venice High School Homecoming Council President E. S. (Bill)
i wuwered. further recommendedthat clerk in. charge. McNamara Post Office with the exceptionof taxes at Tuesday night's bimonthly City Clerk Harry W. Hager. football game. Raymond noted that the ordi-
question posed by VACC the Venice Bargain Days headed a group of South Venice bulk mailing and home de- session. The new levy Council also heard a request Another ordinance amending nance was brought about by arequest I Ii
(rtJ Jack Riehl was dis- fall promotion be dropped on' residents seeking a branch office livery. These services include was set at 15V4 mills for general from the Venice Area Chamber the city building code to allow from W. L. Miles and i
sed informally by the board the basis it had outlived its or contract station for the registry and certified mail, fund and one mill for the ,of Commerce board ot( di- construction of marquees in Robert Miles i to improve storefront
Monday night' meet- usefulness area. sinking fund. rectors that the 1964 Christmas front of stores in the downtown on West Venice Avenue. I
owinf Directors also voted to investigate 1 I The new contract station will COD'p, money orders, parcel The same tax rate has beenIn parade and lighting ceremonybe business district was passed on Recommendation by the Zoning I I'',
liehl Hid he felt one of the the possibility of pro- be located In the Walker Hard post, box delivery and general effect for city taxpayers for set for Nov. 27. City officials first reading The amending Board of Adjustment for
Important contributions (Continued on pare 2) ware store on U. S. 41. delivery. the past several years. The decided to try and corro- ordinance also outlines con denial of a request on the re-

4 chamber could make to the toning of several lots in two

would be to,, cape I blocks near the Venice Airport
,,a wnehow on the nation- FOR THE MAN OF DISTINCTION I brought on a discussion of favor.
attendant with ing a resurvey all city zon
e publicity
premiering of a new ahow ing.Th3
rezoning request had

den the first arena.time at the winter Need A Handcrafted $2400 Shoot Iron ? M.been D.made Miodrag by Majatovich the Very Rev.for .'

ehl paid he felt the matter a change from Residence 1 to ,'
I too important Just to turnto Business 1 on lots 43-49 in "'
the advertising and Block 354 and from R-l to R-2 I !
!icilY committee. "I feel," ": for lots 36-42 In Block 355. The : ,
By DILLON r'r-_ .i1l; . '':L 7 .
Rich, 'that every direcihould request had been referred to ..
be charged with I Few people outside the fraternity } the ZBA for its recommendation. : ':
pug sn idea on how this of gun enthusiasts probably '.. ",:
be accomplished to next I' know that Venice is headquarters Venice Realtor C. C. (Chips) !,
... 'l meeting for discussion for the manufacture Johnson said he felt the ZBA's 'i
lilt board. I and sale of one of the finest, recommendation denied reasonable
Christmas Promotion most expensive sporting riflesin 1. use of the property. ,

ACC directors also heard a the world. Mayor Smyth D. Brohard said I''rq
t from the Retail Merch- I Heading up the organizationof A d'r an extensive survey of zoning 'jI'f ,
II Committee recommend. top craftsmen who produce I near the airport should be $'j'
H (that the 1964 Christmas I "The Aristocrat of Fine SportIng made "within the near future." ,
opptof promotion be launch. Rifles" i is John C. Winslowof \ Council President Raymond I, .
Venice president of Winslow said the entire council feels '
Friday, Nov 27, the day ,
er Thanksgiving, with a pa. I Arms Company, 105 S. Nokomis the airport area needs some Ya
zoning changes.
de IIId the Illumination of Ave. ,
"Sooner or later, said Councilman
Vice president of the firm MYtr '1I
Dr. John R. Hogan,
whose masterpiece I is an intricately
(Continued on page 2) I
FflfflCaspersen carved highly engraved s

weapon selling fdr $2,. ,, '
400 is Richard Stinnett of StIn- + I I IT .

Offers 10 Point nett Pontiac in Sarasota. A Vote Registration
And, although Winslow Is
quick to play down his part in

the production of the fine sportIng Schedule Is Set ,
k Proposal rifle, it is his organizational ,,
and sales genius that is largely
responsible for getting thefirm' p'Q '
fan W. Caspersen o* Venice message across to gun In South County I.
ixwed today a 10-point set connoisseurs and sportsmen
regulations to correct the
toddled throughout the country. A representative of the office .
road situation in '
.. :'\.. .... v '
ruota County. Prestige Can of Virginia H. Meade, Sarasota I

ipersen, chairman of that Winslow says credit for the I Rifle Shoot Winner John Scarborough Accepts Prize From John Winslow County supervisor of registration ,t 1,
will be in South
Sarasota County-City of w County
fine rifle to
rightfully belongs
nice Advisory Committee on D. Bortmess and master en his native Sweden. He is regarded ager of several arms com- the last week in August for the
iinf, made his proposal instatement the three craftsmen who in produce graver John Westby-Gibsen. as one of the finest panies, he devoted his time to rA purpose of registering votersfor !.
the prestige a
prepared for deny weapon Hultgren, who produces by woodcarvers and hilayers In developing a unique process Y i the November general plea '
man in Sarasota. ,to
factory .0\0\
at the meeting of the hand the Intricate carving and the United States today. for jewel-like gun bluing. His lion r "
These craftsmen all tops intheir A '
Jrty planning commission at include ivory-ebony inlays on the gunstocks Bortmess began his trade at diamond-wheel bluing process t The; schedule Is ss follows:
o clock tonight in Sarasota. respective and other wooden parts, the age of 14 when he made is used exclusively by Winslow Tuesday, Aug. 25, municipal:
On) July 30 the county com- master master carver gunsmith Nils O.Richard Hult learned the woodcarving art in his first gun. Later, as man- (Continued on page 8) Winslow Rifle Makes National Magazine Cover office, North Port Charlotte;
gown, "
'won rejected Aug. 28, Englewood Recreation \
proposed new
nidus made by the planning Miss Teen Haven Center, Englewood; Au,. 27, ,r

million, leaving old regu- Area ServicemenOn r Brothers Build A 'Cat'Take Venice Civic Center Venice; \
:don,, governing road sign in Crowning Sept. 5 and Aug. 28, Nokomis Fire
feet. Overseas DutyService Station, Nokomis. t.
Prior othat,0. A new Miss Teen Haven will Office hours at each place "
and John/ 'W. Casper a couple of retired Air C. (Chet) Moomaw, who live from there they've been on topside trim. be crowned Saturday, Sept. 5, will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. _
III Co. of Berlin'of Berlin news this week Includes Force colonels who happen to close to each other on Black- their own.Working. From the carport it was at the airport youth center following Night I hours and Saturdayregistrations '
of Venice filed suit fOl'WrIt word of activities of be brothers and share the burn Bay in Laurel, are putting in the carport of moved to Blackburn Bay, in a pancake and sausage are scheduled at I ,
r mandamus againstcounty's Army Pfc. Wesley Herring son same hobby, give them some the finishing touches to their Colonel Chester Moomaw's front of Colonel William Moo- supper to raise funds for a the courthouse In Sarasota }
90-day moratorium of Mrs. Rosa L. Lanier of Laurel home Shore Drive, they maw's home, where today it
and project gleaming on Bay :
Class "B" buckets of liquid fiberglass a remodeling project there. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. "
outdoor adver- and Robert E. Mohme, and blue 26-foot twin-huller. tied the two hulls together with rides gracefully on the shimmering
six months of leisurely spare Proceeds from the supper 30 and Oct. 1, and from 9 a. ,
rndsslon They are seeking constructlonman USN son of time and what do you get? As The brothers Moomaw started I girders, fashioned the decks waters, its 36-foot will be used to construct a m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. ;" ";. '
ect two from the court to Mrs. Helen J. Mohme of 250 sleek a catamaran as ever with prefabricated twin from fiberglass-covered marine spruce mast reaching skyward.The screened-In patio outside the 3. I t
U. S. 41 400( square foot signs Agrees Ave..Herring went down to the sea in style. fiber glass hulls obtained from plywood then used the as yet unnamed Moo- building. The contest will be Residents who have become ]i,
Cllperaln'south of Venice. has Just completedthree Colonel L. William (Bull) Ed Henne's Venice firm, Florida -1 raw fiberglass to mould the maw cat is 26 feet long, has a the second annual such affair. eligible to vote since the books "
statement ad. weeks in a field training Catamarans Inc. and cabin. Teakwood went into the 12-foot beam, draws 18 inchesof '
!"wto Moomaw and Colonel Chester I Pancakes and sausage will closed for the primary last 'k
Joseph B. Townsend, exercise at Orafenwohr. Germany water, is equipped with a
whose ,
be served from 4 p.m. to T p. May and any voter
r commission chaIrman He it a driver in Com dacron sail and an outboard m. with the Miss Teen Haven name had been purged for fail- t e,; ,
eetin Presentation at tonight's pany A, Second Battalion of motor. contest and a dance afterward. ure to vote in the last two elect j
said; the Fourth Armored Division's54th ? The shallow draft makes the Tickets for the will be tions the above 'lo ,
+ can on ,
Public'' i t a t' supper
1 ftl''EP
t reaction at the receet Infantry near Bamberg, t } c "E ,. s.6 i 4a; b r att, pe catamaran ideal for sailing the one dollar. dates.
Ilon! hearings on sign regu- Germany. : r waters of the bays around Venice Bob Knuckles has been Voters who desire to change ,
' Won Indicates that In the Mohme'Is enroute to Okinawa }. and at the same time is named by the youth center party affiliation must wait un-
of many of our citi- with Naval Mobile Construction completely seaworthy for
'ena board to direct the contest. til after the November electionto
outdoor( advertising in Battalion Five. The cruising the gulf, according to .
Ssraeota Girls of high school age from do so.Eligibility ,
the County has reached battalion will build roads and ; its builders. Osprey south to the county line requirements for ..h
oroportione of a public buildings in support of the The Moomaws hope to com-
( will be eligible to compete for voting are a year's residence ,
Continued en page I) Third Marine Division plete the job in time to get in the title. Judges will be an in the state and six months in b

some sailing with Colonel Bill'sson nounced. the county.BeachgoersBeware. ;. ,
Lieut. Robert Moomaw a
VanOrsdale June graduate of West Point '
9nr 6a 13. ; where he was captain of the f
Cadet sailing team. :
Lieutenant Moomaw presently ;
is home on 60-day leave. He .1 I
(New' Notary Unit will report to Fort Benning,

Ga., for Ranger school before I
moving on to his permanent Check Valuables :Iilll'Police

new National Society of Fame and Museum In North station at Fort Lewis. Wash. '
"This has been purely a hobby -
with bead- Port Charlotte.
in Venice, has been VanOradale told The GON with us, a sort of labor of Chief John Shockey I destruction of several floodlights '
I"! and a charter by Secretary I DOLIER the society ia being love." said Colonel Bill. "It has urged this week that visitors I at the Venice Junior i
Staq TOm Adams. formed for an exchange of Information (Continued oa page 2)) and residents refrain from High School and the removalof I
t of the new non-prof. between notaries leaving money and valuables in a telephone from the wall ota 9
or.anlzltlon, are Ray Van I public all over the country. It WEATHERHigh their automobile when they go coin laundry in the Venice 1
+. president; Gerald S. la. planned he said, that the to the beach. I Shopping Center
'nlt Maauric I organization will prove effective Low Rain This relmnder wag made asa The cars from which the
Aran erdirector, . in bringing about a nation- AUG. 8 81 76 .00 safety precaution followingthe money and articles were stolen
la/J-tr.Iurer.YanOreclII I. wide) ,unlfortl\. w for *U nota' AUG. 8 91 73 .03 theft of nearly $400 along from locked glove compart
Can 'b AUG. 7 91 72 .29 with a woman's watch and other ments were parked side by
D. Edge ocfownerwdthhthe rlAnd that plane are in the beach ;
sfO1 he added AUG. 8 92 72 .03 personal items from two side municipal
' dal. Insurance Agency to establish a line of communication AUG. 9 92 71 .06 cars at the city beach last Saturday parking lot The burglarized 4
fYmice. The Arenbw, fath. between the officeholders AUG. 10 87 72 .39 autos were owned by brothers, 7
'lysod tiOal rt with and develop a national code AUG. 11 90 72 .05 Police also were Investigating Coy Lamons, a Venice resident -
police Han of of ethics and conduct for notes MONTH .89 the theft of a cash box containing and William A. Lamons
oa 2) . .... , . ,..,..,.,..,, ._, .. TOTAL FOR from Venice Tire here from Bessemer, E'
Continued page -ft $35 visiting
'-fleck LIGGETT ( f;:' r : 'k .:... :to "''!"\I<. f ,il ,!"I:'.:.:!!. "" - "'" U
14 for REXAL.Lh 8 Ibs. sugar 39 cents Just sir Radiator Co and two cases Ala. 1-
h -.lIend aasorted Register for Giant I" 1 BRAND NEW 'CAT' Putting the finishing' Chester C. Moomaw, retired Air Forcers, who one of the many weekend specials ot vandalism over the week- Police said the thief used
I ""
tore. 011 W. at I stakes,' featuring CHEK I5weep-1 touches to the 28-foot catamaran they built live on Blackburn Bay la Laurel at PUBLIX in Venice Shop- end.The some kind of burglar tool to

a "1IIIct Shoppln4 Venice Center An.,and prizes alto Shopping at KWIK CeaU axe Colonel", William Moomaw and Colonel, King Center. I vandalism Included (h. jCwiUnned M page t) ,

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:' 2-,",. GONDOLIER. Venice, FU. Thursday Augutt I 13, 19MI"J ': MOOMAW 'CIRCUS OPENING Von'ORSDALE
I :1 Caspersen Offers Sign l Proposal l (Continued from page 1)) (Continued gram page
I"J : (Continued from page 1) during the 1969 Horn Show ties public to which the J?

Wallace Joins Service .. without the aid of a professional br.hip will be bound
not been steady thing we've
a ;
j-jEd' (Continued from page l) fug left to designate various County through the worked at it just when we promoter in cooperation According to Vanrw
Sarasota Junior Chamber of there te a historical et'
with the :
: I : At Wolfer Motors nuisance Some areas are already The facilities net result and of departments.the present holder ot an occupational- wanted to. W* took time out Commerce. A suggestion also cane to the office of Rob'
bona for In the family
nialntalnina wedding
j f r, :yt; blighted by sign-clut regulations has been a tendency licerea of business oldest a who is was mad to bring in the Guy Public which goes back to
''t fide office or place My son, William later in of the
day Roman
1 l & Newest member of the serE auto repair is a specialist in ter in the sense that the on the part of the business in Sarasota County. doing graduate work at MIT, Lombardo orchestra :wB.' ,
I ,i, t vice department at Wolfer front-end overhaul and align proliferation of signs nullifies ?. community to disregard Require sign that do not married recently and we all the year, possibly In conjunction that time learned Greek d'
'. their advertising value with the annual Hospital were employed to estobiu'!|
E Motors, Inc., 815 S. Tamiaml ment. the law and a reluctance on of the commuted up to Connecticutfor *
I fit Trail li Ed Wallace For the past even year he and the overall effect U offensive the part of the county authorities Southern meet the Building requirements Cod to ber.bui" the wedding."A Ball. endorsed the sending cords maintain of the all of the of tic II! J

I :S t A native of Winter Haven,, has been associated with a I to the average per. to enforce it. to meet suchrequirement Directors I empire Th* !!
Wallace came here In 1957 downtown auto service firm. son. It is estimated that up Density at once name for our calamaran'We'U of two letters, one to EweU has been maintained In an"ilization. "
era to 90% of all sign are In regulations permit and in the pro- choose a* soon a. our Engineering and Contracting and lOve 1
from that he Wallace resides
city where was at 1798 Banyan
one 400 square foot CI..s"B" ef rebuilding that they with suit-
% violation of the county's regulation ces friends com up one Co. of Lakeland commendingthe since that time.
I bent employed ot In the service depart Dr., Venice Gardens, with in one way or an sign every 500 feet along be moved back to meet the able. Th bottle of champagnefor I firm for Its rapid completion In this country the

" Paulk Llncoln-Mei- his wife Ouida and daughters, other. It would seem to be the highway: with a setbackof setback requirement cited the christening la all of the four-laning of V. S, of Notary Public L .tab e0

automatic Seri 14, and Carla 11. They high time that something be only 15 feet from the right- above ready." 41 from Blackburn Point Roadto under state law and
of-way. if
Even the
ir-conditioninc schools, and in art members of First Baptist done about this situation and the law is adhered letter this of e Make speciAl provisions" He added that a brother In Eagle Point, and the secondto intents are made by the re
to for tourist
that It be done for directional signs California has a racing boat Uv
addition to these two phases of Church. promptly. still adds the Sarasota County commission : governor of the Jo lit
to sign clutter.
What can be done about It up a"tractlons' or accommodations named "The Rat Hole" be- thanking the county There are over 70,000 If ?
When it is further considered of
I depends entirely policy and for places cause that' where the money for Increase In the bud- Public officials In
"l', I upon a a 1900 the
iM1 ; determination by the that there Is nothing In business off the main highway goes when you own that kind. Florida and the principal
CITY the
present regulation to et.Executive
: ; board of county commissioners the subject approval. Building a catamaran Is not Director C A. this new organization ertlm'
prevent erection of I \
: but as ;yet that body has Class "B" the county commissioner: or the only thing the two colonels! (Kick) Keller told the board he there are over 3,000,0(10( In jj
(Continued from page 1) ..awarded a contract for the not had the fortitude to discuss sign right next to the board of appeals. have in common. Their military had okayed the *al* of ticket U S.
; 'i f". : purchase of a carload of transits a policy; much less a in Class "A" sign, the result e JIgn that are In excessof career and their civilian for the circus: premier at the
4 \ "the council Is going to have to water pipe to Johns-Man- adopt one. If they can be partially built up areas present area limitations careers which proceeded it chamber headquarters. Keller
H ;- decide what kind of a city It ville at a bid price of $120 per persuaded to adopt a clear. is an overlapping of Class should be reduced to the allowable pretty much paralleled also noted that the chamber Obituary
:1'' :;..; z- wants," Action on the ZBA foot for 2.SOO feeet of sixInchpipe cut "A" sign clutter and Class size or moved back in
,, policy as to what they "B" sign clutter. It is understandable Colonel Chet who II 57, and membership drive will open ALEXANDER T. GAtt
: recommendation
was tabled the setback requirements
and 70 cents per foot for really want, then it wouldbe to mint September.
!:I Colonel Bill, who i* 54. both Alexander T. Gault
for that
people f
: further many
= consideration.
cited above.
4,000 feet of four-inch pipe. simple matter for the official also voted to
a VACC (
-;; feel justified in describingthe need went Into the Air Force in 1943 Admiral Road, Toronto (
Council also delayed action -Okayed the purchase of a planning commission to overall picture as "honk. For the long pull we and both retired within one participate with the four other ada and Venice MuIiH

t I en the proposed filling of lots used 1961 station wagon from formulate the regulations ey-tonk. new legislation to clean up be month of each other Chet In chamber in the county in the Trailer Park, died wddenl,
8 and 9 In Block 55 on Nokomis Estil's Used Cars et a price of necessary to Implement such those abuses that cannot December I960 Bill in January Au,. 25 Sarasota Sun Sox his,Canadian home on lint
Avenue until Public Works DI. In the barrage of destructive handled with our present au
$953, for use by Water Supt. a policy. Pending further action I 1981. Chamber of Commerce Night Mr. and Mrs. Gault "
rector Curwood criticism that greetedthe thority. We also need newlegislation . .. tt
Guy returns John Sobosky I feel that we might be - baseball game at Payne Park. both active in
from vacation. J. C. Rinehart. Granted drainage easements of service in arriving at such recently proposed new to be in position Before going into me service fer I Each chamber will be given log circle during bridge and 10'J'
owner of the lots, has asked on Warfield Avenue in a decision by considering the sign regulations the recurrent to enforce such regulation. Colonel Chet was a pilot Mid- 9.000 ticket to be distributed I in Venice. their win

council to delay filling the lots connection with the construction following item. theme was, "Let1 enforcethe : a. may finally be agreed upon TWA and Colonel Braniff.Bill for free in its are,. Only charge H* 1* survived by his wijJMr
until he I Is financially able to of the East Venice Avenue How did the county get regulation we now as being !la the interestof continent now will be a 25 cent service Elizabeth
pay for the work.A bridge over the proposed inland into its present deplorableand have." The foregoing two the general public without When they first went on Charge. slater* Yvonne. Gault, and
paragraphs should explain inflicting undue hardship active duty from their reserve ,
recommendation from Fire waterway. untenable position? Chamber officials and area Service
Chief J. R. Divine that Fireman Agreed to subordination of a What and how much can why we do not consider this on the business com: status they were with ferry beauty Queens, including Mil James The were Less held at 1

Maurice Aldrich be elevated paving liens on property at be done to remedy the situation a* either a temporary or munity or infringing on property command, later Air Transport Venice Frence Wsbtnga will Toronto on July Church
to lieutenant was refer Tampa and Florid Avenues to as promptly as possible permanent solution. The pres- r'fhU' by being bri- Command, and ferried plane be introduced. I In the church with burn
j red! to Mayor Brohard who said the West Coast Inland Navigation with the authority now avail ent regulations exceed the trary, discriminatory or confiscatory. to every war theater. and Maddox cemetery Funeral Bit>
he would delay the matter District. able authority granted in the enabling They were together on assignment Rot,

pending a study of the personreel -Authorized signing ef a e What are the strictest act with refernce to We believe that by the use at the Washington BEACHGOERS was in. charge of srnnriment

I manual. contract for leas of a Xerox limitations that can be imposed non-conforming sign*. Addedto of esthetic consideration the National Airport, where Colonel (Contained from peg 1) *

The council, In other action: copying machine at $37.SO per on outdoor advertising this Is the suspicion that county commissioner would Chet was commander: of forceup the lock button on
-Approved a toning application month for 500 copies. without infringing on property the record of the Depart- have practically unlimited the IZMth Croup better known I the door of the Willlim Lam- "GIRL FRIDAY7"EXPERIENCED

for a beer and wine license -Ordered the advertising of right or impairing the ment of Regulatory Service authority with regard' to aa. the "VIP! _Group." Atone, one car and pry open the locked
for on-premises consumption atMaml. some 300 lots to be mowed under economy of our business are not sufficiently' completeto signs.' But it must be born time colonel' liner was puoi ror clove compartment. A wal- BOOKKEEF
.', Big Apple In the Venice the city lot mowing ordi community to an extent thatIs enable them to determine, in mind that das "A" sign W. Stuart Symington, now senator let containing: about $300 was ER fypht, secretarial aWreceptlontsf.
Negro quarters i,nance. contrary to the general in many cases, whether asln are no more palatable! to the from Missouri and Thomas taken. .

welfare? I I. nonconforming or not. average person. that Clasa K. Finletter, both secretaries The thief also stole a purse CALL 488.4287

4. The following an attempt What we need i I. a new actor "B" signs. We must also bear of the Air Force. Colonel containing $6, a wallet with

t rye'1i3 to suggest answers that are regulation that will enable In mind that the development Bill was pilot for two secretaries about $8, a woman' watch anda
sufficiently reasonable to us to clean up the situ and buauteae off the of defense, Louis A. high school graduation ring

serve as a basis for discussions ation .* far a* the present main highways! dan 'B'sign Johnson and General George from the locked glove compartment

that may result in the law allows We would suggest may spell the difference C. Marshall. of the Coy Lemons car. MOVEDGULF
formation of sign regulationsthat that among those things between auee*** and Colonel Bill was pilot for The car door was not locked.A .
are reasonable prac.tical that can be dona promptlyare failure. In order to determine three of the four most recent rear window in the alley

and acceptable to a the following: how far we can reasonably presidents-Harry S. Truman behind Venice Tire and Radiator -

clear majority of the peopleof e Remove the limitationon go, th first step should Dwight D. Eisenhower and was broken to gain In.tranCii TAILORSFROM
Saraaota County: the number of das "A" be to make an inventory of Lyndon Johnson when the lat to the building and a

Outdoor advertising was signs provided they are in all sign, with notations ter was a senator. Chet was cash box containing about $33 THE ARCADE

223 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE bad enough prior to the back of the setback line* for showing the nature c< any pilot for Truman and Elsen was stolen The theft we discovered to

adoption of the present sign the zoning district involved and all violation. W* should hower. : Monday by Jim Ho. 231 W. MIAMI
regulation in 1980. Since e Permit one Class "A" also consider: taking step to Colonel Chet has a daughter em owner of the firm.

then, the situation has deteriorated sign' within" five feet of the acquire scenic easements inundeveloped Mr*. F. J. Stroop whose husband Damage to the floodlight! at AVENUE

A Considerate rapidly.1 I Consequently front lot line but limit the areas to safeguard is an engineer at Red- the school was estimated at Just Wit of RswUi.
People for present purposes size in proportion to the against future blight. stem Arsenal Huntsville. Al*. $20.

I we suggest the present frontage of the lot, E. G.I| W* art ewer that the man The Moomaws, raised at ,

sign regulation as the number two square feet for each one who drew the present signregulation Huntington Beach, Calif, chose
The Increasing number of people! who one culprit. Density regulations foot of frontage. There should la no longer In this the Venice area for retirement < c
are pre-arranging funeral service Is a for CIsss "A" signs also be a maximum area irrespective county' employ and that only : rather than their native stat f t+UMhal !ome'IS

:: i tribute to the thoughtfulness of American are, on the one hand an open of the amount of one of our present county commissioner because as they put it, California's

Pre-need invitation to sign clutter and, frontage was in office at the I gotten too crowded. Nahomfa Ave Yenla
eounteling ti considered a on the other hand are so e Increase the coat of sign tim they were passed. We also When their home-made pro-

privilege at Rawlet Funeral Home. restrictive as to the numberof permit and particularly: the believe that a majority of the feiilonal-looklng catamaran 1*

r signs permitted that they minimum coat per sign ao county planning commission ready to go they have a read- I .
are impractical end often *. to discourage the excessive had nothing to do with the present made crew in Colonel Chet'

t lead to ridiculous situations. use of small Class "A" regulation: ,Those who<< I wife Margot and Colon! Bill'
Consider a completely devel- sign,. were in orric* at toe urn naa wife Helen.
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-22!
oped business area divided Increase the annual renewal a sorry m*** foisted on them
into lots with 23-foot front charge for Class "B" by an "*xp rt." W* believe The largest comet observed PEACE WITH GOD
sign and enforce that the the comet of 1811 had a diameter
age. Each lot 1* entitled to this pro- recently: proposed new
one 400 square foot sign and vision. sign regulations formulated by of 1,229,000 mile greater "Therefor being |luatifled! by faith, we have Mice with God

JB at least one 25 square foot Prohibit Class 'B" sign your planning commission than the sun itself through our Lord Jesus Christ. (Rom. 5:1)) When. w.
sign. The result Is an Invitation closer to the right-of-way were excellent a. to general thing that are wrong w* automatically build up a barri
to sign clutter. At the than the front setback in the format and if there had been ; Jupiter is puzzling astronomers of sin between ourselves and God and as a result then
zoning district involved. willingness to face fact apparently it i* spinning
other extreme consider a a oq is between
enmity .. It it good to know that God tones
l a 96 W. PEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD service station on an Interior . Prohibit Clas "B" signs the part of the counts commissioners more slowly the world and went to be reconciled to He viiited
on lots containing Class "A" those regulation could man.
lot which is limited to two -
7tf. MOllEt signs. It Is customary to have been referred to committee this earth in the person of His son the Lord Jews CWif.

DFfNEes have separate toilet facilitiesfor prohibit Class "B" signs and hammered into shape ALLENConvalescent Christ died for our sins, and H* took upon Himself' the

t .., 9a5faaw men and women. Unless In excess of 24 square feet in one dl)''* tim. W* wish to and punishment w* dsrvd.Ow .

they are willing to forego the unless they advertise a product assure you of the continued Nursing Home Services Are Available/ To All Regardless
main sign or service available fnv.YSla' cooperation of the 'Joint advisory of
advertising their 24 Hoar financial C/rcv/ntto/iees
Ntnhg Service /
) FUNERAL HOME product only one of the toilet committee and of our willingness Phone Venice US not t'loiH' to I...... ... n M..
in and.very
facilities can be properly any' in roNru D* LCON avm In Funeral Buskins Since 1932
designated. And there 1 Is nothft possible way
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t't a IN RECOGNITION OF N.ka.ta AIbt Mr. e.i-w: ace., b.1..i, IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW
Au. T. ,...
THE RESPONSE TO HOPKINS Mr ant M.. Cll, alone when i.l 4
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/ kale, M>nr Loa_ riMltei M.M I Complete Dinner served Dilly $12 to 9 P.M.
/+ 3 for $10.50 ttH"l' / POT. > Yaws To...... On Sunday until I P.M.
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I Overbrook Gardens GONDOLIER, Venice: Fta. TKurifcy, Xugwf U, }19M-J

dlk Once-A-Mdnth Dinner first
Hit went to
Club and gathered Mrs at Howard the home Yenverm of- daughter Y., to visit their Staten.on-In-Iaw Island and N. I k t' Gt Rftit( 1I _.1 ;1 =
Mr and Mri A Barrio, .
Drive lilt Sat.urday Rich. of Your Doctor{ rf M dldiw :
Crest :
on ard McCaCfary and Your Loc.1 iledlul ud thi
evening. Present were children Hood. lltdlnl! AMOCUIlM 1 ,
and visited Mr. rornal'i + VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE
Mrs. Joseph Bobbins, MOLES AND AYE.
and Mr pri
Mr < Ellen XI.tln..r te i Y 5 S
Mr'snd *. James Walsh, West Point MALIGNANCIESNever
Mr, and Mrs. M. T B h on, Mr. they On returning home i neglect a nevus. A
Frank Noble, Mrs. stopped at Milton near nevus is a mole or birthmark We Give You Free dbtf Green
and Mrs. Penescola to visit their son-in. and some moles become ,ma StampsHEAD
Dorothy Fischer Mr. Fred la", Ind dsugbter, Mr. and lignant Most people have
cromweU, the host and host- Mrs BiU Nicol and daughter _r21 ___ molee, which are spots on the
d Mr. and Mrs. VanHerm"i Mlcholla. Altogether kin varying in color from I
special guest, Bill VenHerm. 3.600 mllet. they drove light brown to black. A melanoma ft SHOULDERS $1.00 Sire
Mr. and Mrs. for.
ii ot mole that
VenHerm servedoneeenjoyed
Mrs. nal ere expecting their ton to be and SHAMPOO 62MENNEN'S
and Bob I may prove oancerous *
dinner every. home August 24. Bob has been .* r ra e therein lies the dancer. When a a I I .
the evening after working *' Sui"mer Resort any colored mole on the body
dinner playing card. 'in Deposit N. Y. in change ii*. or bleeds easily
the Cats-
, ....0- Mils and alters its color especially '
, and loves It so he plans from brown to black it should $1.10 Site .'
, Miss Margaret Kelly of St. to to back ned Summer./ Bob be examined by a physician.
j Louis arrived Sunday to be will attend Manatee Junior Col. Diagnosis of early melanoma SKIN BRACER 6k !;
houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. A. lege this fall. He graduated ia difficult and thereforea a a e I .
J. Kroupa on Neptune Drive. from High School in Venice this biopsy U usually done. Thismalate \
Miss Kelly'a first year and Is . In removal and esaml-
This being a very ambitious -- nation under a microscope of
trip to Florida she! really love young man. a piece of time removed from PINT HYDROGEN 29c Site 1\J\;
it, Mrs Kroupa and Miss Kelly - NEW VFW POST HOME the mole. Untreated, a cancerous
worked to gather many years Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casallon I launched last week with the construction was site of the new building. Aiding in the work mole or melanoma will PEROXIDE IZc ,' ,
In the traffic end advertising' Neptune Drive entertained concrete the pouring of the were volunteers from Tamlami Memorial grow and the tumor cells will s e s e a e e t
footing at East Venice Avenue
Post 8118. likely spread eventually Into
department at Shaplelgh Hard. Mr. and Mr. B. Ball from St. the blood stream. This scatter 1
wars In St. Louis which developed Augustine FI... over the week. lug of the cancer cells is knownas
Into a lasting friend. end. Huston To Hold metastasis, the transfer of a CARTER'S $1.10 Size ,,'' f
Ihlp. I - Englewood I disease' from one organ or part
-0- Mrs William Burchett on Legion Area Meetings\ to nected.another not directly con LITTLE PILLS . . I6c

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Jones Neptune Drive was admitted Sarasota County Commissioner On the other band, almost I

en S1. Clalr Road recently re. to the hosoltsl In Venice Sun. I Masel Huston will be at everyone has a mole or two I
turned from through a vacation the in Tennessee day She la scheduled<< for an Meets the office of the county regulatory fortunately somewhere on most tn.of body them and are SERGEANT'S $1.49 Site I
Smoky operation
on Wednesday. We' Monday services on East Venice hannleM. In '
Mountains visited While Mr. Jones'in Tennesseethey brother. wish her good health to fonow.1Two I Avenue In Venice from 10 a.m. may be some literally cases covered a person FLEA & TICK SPRAY . 84*
to noon Saturday to hear from of moles, or . and sister Mr. and ENGLEWOOD nevi but the average is estimated
Englewood! State t Convention area residents who went to discuss
will be
Lawrence Martin to be about 10 to 20.
Mrs. and In Area Get Legionnaires "
wU( hold their guests of the Post at the meeting county affairs. The common mole is due to an
daughter. AEROSOL
... second Summer session next and will briefly address Huston said he also would beat excess of skin cells in an area ;'
.0- Monday night. An Important the the Englewod Recreation with a relatively greater excess
U of F DegreesTwo ; Legionnaires. Commander MATTRESS FRESHENER
Mr. and Mri John O. Fornalof 47c
phase of the meeting will be Haste will submit a report on Center from 10 a.m. to noon pigmented or color bearing
1948 San Remo Point Drive the launching of the po.,', 1965 the Eighth District School of next Saturday for the oellAamole I
recently returned from a vacation Venice area men recelv.ed membership may easily removed II
camoaUn. Instruction held recently in by a phI elan and
of two weeks. They University of Florida degrees I
Commander Bill Huston said he would sit in
Haste has Lake Placid.At should be If it is subject to
at the close of the announced the appointment of foe Commissioner Fred Hslgh irritation or injury or U it I
school's trimester session Aug. Junior VIce-Commander Whit- the conclusion of the Post who Is onvacatlon. changes shape or appearance. HOME PERMANENT 99
8. *
)) ford Berkley as cochairmanof meeting a social hour
John Hanson Delvac, son of the membership drive to as- will be held with refreshments
Mr. and Mrs John Joseph Del. lilt Senior Vice-Commander served under the supervisionof
vac of 829 S. Nokomis Ave., received Ben Lane general membership Refreshment Chairman C. DRUGSTORE BRITE SET
GIVEIOUR WIFE I bachelor of building director. Lane I is in the north F. Hlgginbotham. Transient ItHt f
A GLAD a e construction degree In the college for the summer legionnaires are Invited to at- HAIRSPRAY e a e 9k
SURPRISE w' of Architecture and Fine Eligible Veterans are invitedto tend. t.
THAT OLD Art*. He la now employed with attend the meeting and
a Gutenberg Const. Co., of Sara- make application for membership Restaurant SpecialsFRIDAY
sota. by contacting Berkley at Reg. $2.25

William Harmon Harden III, post headquarters or Com SPRAY COLOGNE S1.39
rLs whose parents live on Hudson mender Haste at the Engle. WaiV problems .

s ,Road South Venice, receivedhis wood Nursery Post Adjutant ,

c 'gineering bachelor degree.of mechanical He ls presently en. Clark Eccles cards has available 1965 membership and SHRIMP SAUTE .............................. 82e MEN'S Reg. $1.19 I'i'"C I"'

at home but will returnto will accept dues at the meet
the University in Septemberto log or at his home Telephone SATURDAY- STRAW HATS 79c

begin work on his master's Lemon Bar. post's representatives BAKED PORK CHOP ...................... 82e Ie.
degree. at the Legion Boys -,
The 815 August graduateswill s I SUNDAY-

iiIiJI be honored at annual commencement Englewood- All The CHICKEN You Can Eat.... 99cCYRO'S REXALL
ceremonies in 488.4488 AEROSOL SHAVE CREAM 64 tt

April 1955. Lemon __ _-.__ .._.., ." ... .-'r'* ....-....-.....
assensarsss.C4wtkdt. Bay NewsMr. -:.....:.::=-...:.: .. -.
I I v- I
and M..... William R. PISTOL TYPEHOSE
Nagel of :2850 Tenth Street in
Grove City have entertained as J NOZZLE a e e a 77c
houaeguests the past week
: their son and wife, Mr. and

Mrs. John Negel and children JASMINE Reg. $1.00 ,
Johnny Jenny, Jessie and Jerry FAMOUS
: from Cincinnati Ohio. BATH POWDER
& v
-0- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elias: Miller I
on Lakevlew Lane have enter
AIRCONDI tamed as houseguests their (Formerly Early Wynn't Static House) GIANT 20" INFLATABLE
children one family after the
other since last May. The first 2224 S. Tamlami Tr. Phone 488.2295 BEACH BALL s e a s s. 39* I,
couple were their eon-ln-law"
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I
Norbert Bruewer and family r
from Cincinnati. The next were r$+ FOAM Value .Ii:

their son and wife, Mr. and Our Singing S.rt.nd.rMARTI'SMIGA M1 SHOE INSOLES Z ? 49 4
Mrs. Gilbert Miller and daughter pre t
from Cincinnati; the next
couple were their son and wife. 1 '
Mr. and Mrs.. Bud Miller and LIQUID Reg. $1.19
family from Cincinnati next t
their daughter Mrs Thelma ANTACID GEL 88*
a a a a
Taylor and daughter from Cincinnati -
and at present their Our HOlt'a.CYRO'S .
whole house son-in-law and daughter Mr
your and Mrs Jake Amelung'and'' DROP LEAFFOLDING t,'
four boys also from Cincinnati.
- TABLE . $6.99

with Irlempt Mr. George returned Wised to !his of home 308Langsnar DINNER SPECIALS AUGUST 14,15,16th

last Thursday from Sarasota FRIDAY/ ,, AUGUST 14th-
Hospital where he had been BROILED FLORIDA RED SNAPPER A T.V. TABLES 97*
for less 'thaI the confined for several weeks for $f.35 a e ,
an operation. Mr. Wtest was with Lemon Butter Ssuce
t confined In Venice Hospital for ROAST CHOICE SIRLOIN of BEEF, "
cost of room units two weeks before he was mov. $2.50 20'
ed to Sarasota. He has been Borolelaiie/ Sauce
very ill but we are happy ta SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th- BOXFANa.aa.s14.66

say he Is !Improving. He will BRAISED BREAST of CHICKEN, I Y
be convalescing at home for $2.50
_o- ROAST FRESH HAM, $1.19 Value
Mr.: At) Duncan of 1220 South 52.65 d
Heating a Air ConditioningSales Maryknoll Road was taken to Sweet end Sour Red Cabbage a lie
the hospital In Venice last SUNDAY, AUGUST
Monday but we understand he 16thCHOICE
a Service a Engineering OF ONE
500 Base Ave, VenIce Ph. 481-2373 and Is expected home In *
few" daya. We wish !him a quick 99
r recovery. GYRO'S FAMOUS RELISH TRAY a'a. .. a a a e :

Size +

I VOLKSWAGEN$1,595. Cranberry. ORGYRO'S Sauce I NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM$1.35 76*

Mushroom Sauce

What' the) catch? There charges of $40.56. Thara is one CAKE Our Own Specially Prepared Drettlng PIESHERBET CHAISE LOUNGE $5.99

isn't any. $1,595| ts the suggestS optional that nearly avaryona ICE CREAM BEVERAGE f

.d price at the port of anfry orders because it eliminate $2.95 ELECTRIC

of any Volkswagen Sedan the need for slip covers! the t

The prIce Includes Federal matching I.ather.tte.upholst.- ALL DINNERS INCLUDE Soup, Baked Potato of French Fries, Vegetable CHARCOAL LIGHTER S1.88! II 1
de Jour, Salad, Hot Rolls, Beveraqe, Deoert.
excise fax and import duty the cry for $$30.00 axtra. ALL DINNERS PREPARED UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF I

built in heater defroster, wIndAnd that's it.' Unless you CHEF HENRI fAMOTTC THREE PIECE _ ,

shield wiper and dual padded count the cost of gas and oil ORGAN MUSIC by MR. JOHNNY ELBRECHT GARDEN TOOL SET . 4 47* .<< ';

It takes. to here in i
sun visors. you get your OUR DAILY SPECIAL MONDAY thru SATURDAY s't

What else do you have to present car. t

? the transportation CYRO'S FAMOUS PRIME RIB STEAK
Only J
MOTORS [with Fresh; Mushroom Sauce . . .. . . . . .. . $2.65COME BUBBLE BATH . C e 4k


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I S, 4-n" .'GONDOLIER. Venice Ft*. 1'1IurtCfy.; "Auqurf 13, 1964tiMiss ", ..- : Miss Cheryl Hoover To Wed i iI Free ClassesIn

Dolores Rose PeterMarries (Jottings DOROTHY"o ea's Editor GATNOB I Robert John Laux Jr., USNMr. Begin Round On Monday Dancing

Item to <488< -S80B

I. and Mrs. Howard A. I A free class In round darer
Hoover of Nokomis today announce log sponsored by the
I ( In Canton Ohio r .... I' the engagement of Venice, Recreation Dept City will Of

This Is Florida Week at the director of the nearby Court- their daughter Cheryl, to Rob begin Monday at 7 p.m. at Ven
:: New York World's Fair and land Art Gallery and Muaeum. ert John Laux Jr. of the United ice Civic Center.
The marriage of Miss Dolores Miss Venice Joined in the Mon- The three left yesterday for a States Navy By and Lou Markle, men

I Rose Peter of Kent, Ohio 1r day festivities before she re- few days of fishing and sketching The groom-elect Is stationedin bers of the Round Dance Coun.
I and Nokomis and Stewart La- turned home from a fivedayvisit on the Keys with the Mc- Key West aboard the USS cn of Florida, are donating

I ,, ::wend Wilson of Canton, Ohio then She, Miss Frances Klnneys') friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell. He Is the aon of Mr. their services as instructor,
J ;was solemnized Aug. 1 at 6,30pm : Weblnga, joined the party of Clarence Brooks of Tampa. and Mrs J. Laux of Norwalk, They will be assisted by Ran
I ,at.Lowell United Churchof Gov. Farris Bryant at their hotel - Ohio. old and Myrtle Etcher of Sari
; Christ in Canton. Monday morning after sofa nationally
Due to arrive today from Miss Hoover graduated recognized
The bride is the daughter of
which the governor's party, round dance choreographer:
Long Island are MUM Dorothy from Venice High School in
and Mrs. Ernest John Peter Miss Priscilla Schnarr and and round dance
of Nenninger of Hempstead, N. Y. June and was a member of coordinator
Nokomis The Is'j'
groom Frances lunched at the Florida for the City of Sarasota Reo.reation .
and Miss Margaret the Club.
DCE Laux was grad
the son of David Wilson of
Pavilion and appeared at the Dept.
Freeport N. Y. They are uated from Monroeville (Ohio)
Canton and the late Mrs. Anna
porpoise show Mrs. Paul Web- All Interested
:Wil_. motoring down and have seen High School In 1961 and enter- persons are In.
lnga Frances' mother, stayed vtted. The
and Silver Gondoliers-of-Ventc
Williamsburg, Va. ed the graduation.He .
I The bride was given In marriage hotel and because Navy upon
at the packed, Round Dance Club Is
Springs, Ga. en route. No will be discharged at the
by her Her
II, :of honor was Miss: Marcia Bata: they were starting home stranger here, Margaret has end of this month and will en- The club has no dues but a
that afternoon. On Saturday, small donation is made
visited for the past five years ter in week.
ratt college September.
of Kent and her bridesmaids
in the midst of wonderful
a ly to help defray minor .
but this ia a first visit for Dorothy ez.penes.
Mrs. Bedford Biles ofCuyahoga visit, both Frances and Mrs. Wedding plans will be an-
They are guests at the MISS CHERYL HOOVER
Falls, Ohio, Mrs. Webingi lunched at the Flor- nounced later.Orchid. I II
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ragnar
William Podoll of Youngstown, ida Pavilion with Miss Universe -
.Ohio, Miss Mary Titus of Del. Lindblom of Sorrento street.0 .
and Miss U. S. A. Frances -
ware' Ohio and Miss Glenna also had dinner with them - Growth Habits Are VENETIAN
Williams of Twin Lake and that evening at the Indonesian good part of Venice Is

Kent Pavilion It was a fairy-tale happy to have The Rev. and

Richard Wilson, of Canton, type trip for both Mrs. Web- Mrs. Donls Patterson home Discussed At Club MeetingMembers CLEANERS
a brother of the groom, was inga said. again after a month's journey
best man. Groomsmen were -- northward with their young-
brothers David and Donald Venice will have a very empty sters. Residents for less thana of Venice Area I the colored charts to illustratethe
Wilson of Massilon Ohio; spot after today when Mr. year, they are) already a Orchid Assn. viewed some 100 unusual in bloom characteristics makes you this
Thomas Wilson of Fort Wayne, and Mrs Christopher DiCroc- fixed part of the population and plants and 40 charts showing pseduo-bulb and bulb-
Ind., brother of the bride; and co move to Port Charlotte. He they were missed by many. He how to identify orchids by their less formations They exhibitedthe Sensational Offer
Barry Richmond of Canton, r has purchased a home at 726 did a stint of duty at the Army growth habits at the group's plants to show the parent
I brother-in-law of the !groom. :> : meeting Wednesday at the plants that to make the
N. E. Bolanos Court practically Chaplains Dept. in Washingtonafter go up to acquaint you with our San!.
Candle-lighters were Mistresses I on the golf course, the name which they visited his and community room of Sarasota best-known generic crosses world"t/ most .
Loma Richmond and Ruth t114 being one of his loves. It's a her parents in Ohio and their federal Savings and Loan and their hybrid offspring.The ton, The / resort.mended
Ana Osborn, the grooms shame to lose them. past parish at WashingtonCourt Assn. Gordon collection, a dryclwning"RAND
i Blares .. - House. A big thrill, he Mrs. Howard Gordon and good part of which was lost In McNALLY
The Her. Meld L. Becker I '''';, It's grandchildren time at said was the celebration In Hiss Laura Gordon, of Gemini the 1961 freeze, Is again approaching

performed the double-ring! '. the home of Mrs. C E. Bryantof Wllllamston on July 4 (for Studio Florist Shop, presented the 5,000 plants previously -
ceremony and Mrs. Donald 100 The Esplanade. Mr. and which they had a hard time the program. kept in the Gordon GLOBE$1395VALUE
Miner was organist. The t. Mrs. John W. Bryant of Need- getting reservations). Wil- Mrs. Gordon had prepared greenhouses. The company

church was decorated with .. ham, Mass., arrived Saturdaywith liamsburg is a second home to deals both In plants and

whit chrysanthemums and ... ", tit their children. Barbara. them since he trained there for VFW District blooms.
asters and the altar candele- Cynthia and Stephen, and the Army, had several tours of Guests and members were

bra were draped with green .. d ':' '" .:". '.. : .; another son's family Is due duty at Fort Eustis and it was School Hears presented with gifts of epl- C
ery.For .Ar- ,-.A. ..... :. this Saturday. The Carleton also honeymoon city for the dendrum-radicans) plants by
her wedding gown the i 4-' -''' Bryants will arrive then from couple. All came home with Tax PoliciesBy the Gordons and a white cattle.a -
; .
bride chose an A-line silk ; "" .... ,1..,. '
; Chattanooga with their three. colds (it was miserably hot in orchid donated by Guer-

shantung floor-length dress r .., ( j.4r Some of the cousins have neverseen Ohio, he said) and he with a the end of August an state dan Greenhouse was presentedas
with a bateau neckline, bell ... .. : \'
Y' -- each other and recommendation ingoing
Mrs. Bryant No point Veterans of Foreign Wars door prize. Mrs. Adelbert r
sleeves and removable Basque train t MRS. STEWART WILSON I anticipates a joyous two [ north Venice summer posts> will have completed a Traver, _president, was In

jacket.was chapel Her length.double-panel Her veil of design in Capri blue and they the groom, and Mrs. Douglas weeks with them all. weather can't be beaten. full survey of post records to charge of the meeting and C.

English illusion fell from a also wore matching head- Schill, a friend of the bride, -0- submit to Florida VFW Judge S. Duff-Stevens presented the J
.nk pillbox trimmed with pieces, white accessories and assisted in serving. The proud parents of a A new friendship was form Advocate Howard Duncanson, exhibition table.
roses. She carried a bouquet carried bouquets identical to The bride and groom left im- daughter born Aug. 3 are the ed !between the Carl Obendorfsand amlaml Memorial Post Cmir.
ef white stephanotis and roses the maid-of-honor's mediately after the receptionon Kenneth Zichecks of Wast the Arthur B. Lockwoodswho Ken Norwood said this week.
Mis Barrett wore a peacock The bride's mother wore a a Canadian wedding trip. Palm Beach, formerly of Ven- met on a Jamaican tour He and other members of BREAK BOWLING RECORD
blue sheath with a floor. silk sheath in dusty rose with For traveling, she chose a gold Maternal jrandnarents are last month. After a week In the local post attended a one-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamof ( ) This
day three-district instruction
length overskirt and a matching matching accessories. Her cor- jersey knit shift with suede Nassau, Oca Rise and Kingston -
1776 S. Trail and paternal bowling hot spot saw two
white orchid. trim with brown suede the school Saturday in Sebring and
headpiece. Her accessories sage was a worn a Lockwoods drove home
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. women break a 27-year-old
were white and her bouquet The reception was held at sleeveless coat, and matching with the Obendorfs who had that the Bureau of In-
George Ziecheck. The bowling record recently. Irma
was of white and blue star- Sachsenheim Club in Canton.I accessories.. baby left their car In Miami. Mrs. ternal Revenue this year is requiring -
0 was christened Barbara Marie. Wright Lewlsburg bowled
burst pompons. The bridesmaids The decorations were in blue They are now at home at Obendorf) incidentally, won a a strict accounting
279, 218. 254 for 749 series.
I gowns were of the same and white with a wedding bell 1246 Valley View, S W., in Canton - bottle of champagne for her from all non-profit organizations a $
The mother sister and One week later
motif. Miss Linda Lyke kept nephew dancing ability board Rules and regulations Margaret ( : 595
on ship
of Mrs, Boris Kaye of Kent ) Schueller of hit I
hay, become so conflicting that Dayton
oooooooocooooocooooooooGULF the guest book, Mrs. Doyle Mrs Wilson Is an assistant I during an elimination dance,
Motel boarded a plane for Pars 247, 243 244 for a 734 series. PAil
several ,
Miller and Mrs Charles Lykepresided professor at Kent (Ohio) State h. said. He won consolationprize such organizations
I at the !gift table and University. She Is a graduateof last week in New York a have lost their non-profit status Agnes Zimmerle set the previous I with your drycleanmg order,

THEATER I Mrs. Harry Richmond and Florida State University ends City after visiting the Kayes I -oRan I Norwood said women's record of 723 in please ask for d.ta ils.mmmmm'm .
here Her
mother Mme. Lisa Attending with Norwood were 1937.
member of Gamma Phi Beta
Today thru Saheday"McHALE'S Swerdlik her slater, Mme. Into the Karl Standlshes Mrs. Norwood; Senior Vice-
Sorority Tandeplik and eightyearoldson this week who have Just returned -
High Holy Day The groom Is owner of S. L. Commander and Mrs Harold
NAVY"SonJeytfiraWeoWby John spent some time in to their Bayshore Drive Girard; Junior Vlce-Command-
Jewish Services Wilson. He Plumbing received;his Co educationIn in Canton Venice before they left for a around home from the a trip to Canada, I el' and Mrs. John Lundquistand yIvpi Shore'pure

Ohio. tour of the Eastern Seaboard Gaspe' Peninsulaand Officer of the Day and e
Are AnnouncedJewish with Mr. and Mrs. Kave and over to Prince Edward Is- Mrs. Warren Feller.
"THE 7th DAWN"wifh I their daughter, Susan. The land. They arrived home justIn Norwood also pointed out that
William Holden Local Counle party visited Miami and Washington time to welcome her niece residents and the officers
high holy day services responsible -
D. C. before a week ofeightseeing and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
for the design:
will be held at Port Charlotte organization
I Jewish Center at Utica Assumes!' State in New York City John M. Owen Jr. of Bedford, finances are personally responsible )
and at the Fair Va. who are vacationing here
I Avenue and Sherwood Road before the for all income taxes from
Tropical Drive-In beginning Sept. t. WWI Offices Parisians started home. The with their three children, John these groups. Each organization f

Rosh Hashonah services will Cayes arrived back in Venice III, Robert and David. is exempt for the first
Today fnrs Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B afternoon --o- hi-pan
be held Sept. < at 6'30 p.m. Tuesday $5,000 of its Income if it holds
Mims of Venice Area Barracks ...
"CHARADE" and Sept 7 at 7 am Yom Kip- .0- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knox of a tax exemption certificate.
pur services (Day of Atone- 746, World War I Vets and Aux- Houseguest of the Sam Me- Clark, N. J., and their three No funds received from public \s; collar
'"WILD end WONDERFW"THE iliary, have been appointed leg Klnneys is Mrs. Mary Perts children, Marc, Craig and Deb. functions
ment) will be held at t p.m. can be used for any
Sept 15 and t a.m. Sept. 16 islative directors for their re- I who was a close friend some ble, are guests of Mrs. Knox's purpose other than charitable I \ ( shirt

.\ QUICK GUMSunday Yiskor (Memorial) servicesare spective organizations for the I rears ago( in Riga Latvia when parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry activities, Norwood said.
State of Florida. William her husband was there with the Evans of North Port
thrs set for Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. i Charlotte Several such organizations a
Tuesday Any non-members wishing to Frampton, also of this Bar- :diplomatic corps as was Sam. Last week the Evans entertained In the area have lost their 4.00
racks, has been named Third Mrs. Pert. arrived Friday, Mr. and Mrs Anthony Crickof
"THE CARDINAL""THE attend are requested to call building and other assets
Mrs. Allen J. Levin or Mrs District legislative officer. having finally located them Union N. J., and Mr. and through this misunderstanding

DREAM MAKER"iCiOOOQOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I Lillian Siegel In Port Charlottefor The barracks and auxiliarywill through their son, after many Mrs. Carl Shafer of Sommer- of the law, Duncanson said, sY
reservations meet Saturday at 8 p.m. years of their searching for ville, N. y some discrepancies
having occurred :- .
at the Civic Center for their each other. She her husband U
I I. Mrs. James Oliver, sisters of -- as far back as 10 years
regular monthly meetings after > a professional caricaturst Mr and Mrs. John Farleyand
which light refreshments will and business In fo.The
man, live
son. Philin are off on a Tenth District, of which
be served by the Auxiliary. I Suffolk, Vi. and she is art the
hree-week vacation
to points post Is a member .-
VENICE west and north In their travel must meet a membershipquota

]' trailer They will visit the of 250 paid-up '965 mem-
: HAV Workshop Set James Gabels she Is the former bershlp by Sept. 19 Norwood
NURSERY SCHOOL Sarah Ruth Farley) In South will appoint a membership

Dakota, will\ next go to Indianapolis rive leader at the group's
I & KINDERGARTEN A Hospital Auxiliary Vol ers, 175 hours; switchboard, 23 to visit both Mr. and meeting on Monday, he said,
: I teers workshop Monday un-I workers, 368 hours; emergencyroom Km. Farley' parents and will and the drive will get under. Hit the fashion heights In the son-shirt
9am. until noon at St. 10 workers, 249 hours
; leave there for Morlson, 111. way next week.
Episcopal Church parish hospitality shop, 43 Care-free 65% Dacron polyester, 35% cotton.
,,1 FALL SESSION workers Another son, Mark, will wed The drive results will be re-
> was announced at the August 340} hours; knitting, S work Miss Wilma DeBoer, sister of ported at the Council of Ad- White, pretty pastels, deep tones. 28 to 38.
BEGINS SEPTEMBER 8, 1964 meeting of the group Monday. ers, 351 hours; patients' library Mrs. Frank Shearer, in that I ministration meeting In Ocalaon

Mrs Edmund Blake, chair- 6 workers, 28V hours; medical city on Aug. 21. The Shearers Sept. 19, Norwood said. Venice
KINDERGARTEN TRAINING man of the Arts and Crafts section library, 3 workers, 20 will be there also and The Rev All state officers were present
t PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM exhibited samples of the hours arts and crafts, 15 workers Mr. Shearer will perform the at Saturday's meeting and ;hopping
articles the group plans to 87 hours; laboratory, 2 ceremony. Instructed In various phases of
." $1.25 PER '/: DAY SESSION make. workers, 5(4( hours; medical the VFW program. State Center

Mrs. Burnam Jones, president records 1 worker, 2 hours; receptionists mdr.. is M. J. Benso.i of Daytona .
II HOURS: 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. was in charge of the 2 workers, 16 Rummage Sale Beach.
meeting at which 32 membersand hours; Candy stripers, 15 work

l SPECIAL RATES FOR 2 OR MORE CHILDREN two guests were present. ers, 128 hours; sewing, 4 work- Ladies Elks Auxiliary! will ,
Mrs. Christopher Magee, trees ers, 24 hours; plants 1 worker, sponsor a rummage sales at
Transportation available in Venice and South to urer, reported that Mrs. Elgin 2 hours. Gulfbreeze Hotel Saturday.
I Venice Gardens and Venice East. Morison and Miss Ethel Mori-
j sore have become life mem I ,

;, : 608 Riviera St. worked Chairmen by various reported committees hours t rH JEAN SPEAR (MISTD)

I or call during July totaling 176 work. will classes in
; 1ft' ers and 1.976 hours. By committees open
MRS. ED FANNING these were: morning

j PHONE 488-5833 aides, 14 workers, 104 hours; VENICEJEAN
'I r evening aides 12 workers, 69

s : hours; visitors' deck, 17 work. SPEAR Member of the Imperial Society.

of Teachers of Dancing, England
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{ a J BRADENTON and FORT MYER: TIRES I Students prepared for examinations, (Imperial Soc.,)



AS LOW AS .. .............. 750.14 DEDICATION , Teacher training course, certificates issued from

6 Imperial Soc of England.

RADIATORS Cet t't As registered pharmacist, we are d.di.I.eated Also Classes.
t Tap
to the service of the community

REPAIRED FLUSHED t to the prompt, dependable filling STAFF:

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The GONDOLIER, Venice FTa. TWi3 y, A"ugut? n, )964-1 I, ,

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Cedillas Spanish! Charm Cuts Language Barrier I P. 4 N k \


Did you ever wonder Just with which Spanish women had been unavoidably detain. and they are hoping, In time country to visit a former Q ,
newspaper interview"conceived. aeem to be blessed I It was ed over a legal matter and was to become U. S. citizens. French teacher Paul Llthard, atAa
born and pre- marvelous. full of regrets. He was also They have traveled all over who had gone from his native '
rated to the public Come 8:30: p.m. and the entourage nice enough to stop by the the world during his career Paris to teach in Bogota. The ; M1yl
It(I i Vou I like, com along one found it necessary to GONDOLIER offices the next and he previous to that as the Pedillas visited the Florida
We doubt however JfTI I depart, first however, taking I day with some facts: son 01, Col. Carlos Pedilla.They West Coast fell in love, and
ever encounter Mother a picture of the family without He retired last year after 28 like the United States here they are. The Lithards tar V I
It WM Indeed arst" I. Colonel. r A
3, ,i thlf. years with the Columbian best. followed their example and ntc ,
Who Just then arrived. He Army, moved his family her Col. Pedilla came to this came here this summer r

It In.11 began long-time a few. friend weeks and ago ..--- _.. The Colonel followed a varied

lr a adult-school Spanisha"it Army career, serving at onetime 0t
Fred Porter called as Chilean military at- ,,
believed the fam- tache and at the time of retirement ,,
ad he
aid he was second in
,' Gulllermo _
make an eating command at the Columbian
a ay Military Academy. He represented -
w. agreed and an 'apjntment t ias+
ry was mad. with the his country in numerous 11 tl" 'ri r I I.
International rifle marksmanship

mlty and the photographer 7 7id competitions and won f.. iL

ryl. M.ttol. r the Olympics medal in Mel .
time Inrpreter r ,
appointed 1 t
At the I 'ft
the reporter bourne, Australia in 1956. He a M1 ;Wr
Porter :
d th. photographer arrivedthe had previously, in 1954 won t-4 ,1 a :';W
the International championshipin
pedilla home in Sorrento .
Caracas, Venezuela. '' .
The host had been deIned ""j
ewer and neither his charm- Eventually he plans to teach "

wife nor I.i beautiful 18- French, at which he as adept.or ,. ( I
s sold> daughter. Clara, Spanish when he considers ".ilia
Lk any English. Fifteen- his English good enough. The
Lir-old Patricia did, to a fair distaff members of his family ,
having attended school have never participated in (Gonfolln photo br Dmirl Mittox) ,
gree sinceruehere the family business, according to the LONG-TIME PREPARATIONS are necessary Stevenson, Nancy Cooper and Janie Bruin
last fell So didun Spanish custom. He admires before the successful presentation of any while Miss Linda Rose Stevenson in chargeof

, Carlos, a' visiting neph- American business and professional event and Rainbow Girls realize this as they decorations looks on. The photo was takenat I' I
but not too much and he women but was pleasantly get ready for their third annual fashion show the home of Mrs. Daisy Stevenson of East l
,i out most of the time, any- surprised to hear that, on Wednesday. Seated left to right, workingon Alba Street, mother of Linda Rose and Inez. ';f
according to the eporter'aopinion decorations and posters are Misses Inez gu, l
most of them would
Bow It Went ,y ) ,
It went l IU I ti s V } off prefer not being so. '
flU Is the way : ,
dies Como esta Que simpaticos, los Pedillas!
Buenos Rainbow Girls Will Present II
ads Tengo .mucho gusto That is one family the reporter :
wants to get to know
''' entense ustedes . because the verve, charm and I
Smiles Seats. Gurgles over outgoing interest of each member II
e granddaughter, Amelia. sparkles like a diamond 'Fashion fantasy' Wednesday
hI it darling though she despite the language barrier.
aka neither' English nor So, unless the new residents I

iniih. I bone up muy pronto on their 'Fashion Fantasy" will be liamson, Dianne Lash, Willene Grand Worthy Advisor Miss
Hen nothing. BAMBUCO DANCERS for the afternoon, are are a visiting nephew, Carlos and the Pedilla English the old Spanish books the theme of the third annual Hendrix Linda Sterling, Sherrie Maureen Barney of Leesburg
Mr. Porter tried. Patricia I Clara, right and Patricia who are'flankingthe granddaughter Amelia. The family retired I will have to be dragged off the fashion show to be given Wed- Chamberlain, Linda Well- and Mrs. Leta MacMinn, supreme -
rf. Senora Pedllla tried and I chair in which their mother Senora Guil- here last year when Col. Pedilla retired from shelf and back we go to "hablo, nesday at 2 p.m. at Venice man, Miser Angel Louella Kirby Inspector of the Stateof
in tried. The reporter tried. lermo Pedilla is seated. Playing on the floor the Columbian Army. hablas, habla . Gardens Recreation Center by Sandy Badger and Inez Florida in ceremonies in

wiehow, though a gentle- Venice Assembly 57, Order of Stevenson. Bradenton.The .
di and a teen-ager couldn't Rainbow for Girls." Admission will be $1 for four Assemblies in the
jft let together the womanIt Author Is Guest At Venice Miss Janie Bruin worthy advisor adults and 75 cents for children district presented Individual 1

Senora Pedilla and the renter t IrAr Is In charge. Fashionsby courtesies and gifts to the hon-
were attempting. Every J.- i Free HourThe a Sarasota store will be Mrs. Louise Webb is mother orees. The reception was preceded -
Library Story
often they would establish modeled by Rainbow members advisor of the group. by a potluck dinner and
afoot i( that they had been in their mothers younger On Monday the Assembly Miss Lynette Church of Brad- ,
e same spot known the same family is invited to com participation in the story He is brothers and sisters. joined with Sarasota Palmettoand enton was in charge of the
son Then again a pregnant along tomorrow at 10 a,m. to called upon to furnish suitable Casual, evening and 'Bradenton In honoring event. sa
orating silence and smiles. Venice Free Public Library sound effects for such characters clothes will be featured.campus
Daryl! with one year cf Span- when Author Bee Lewi of En. as "The Dog Who Lost His '
h o turned out to be the star glewood will be guest storyteller Family," "The Cuckoo Who Refreshments will be served ,
grunt but no real progress try at the Library's child Couldn't Count," "The Man during intermission and a SPECIAL! . PERMANENT WAVE
si made.A ren' story hour. Who Never Snoozed" or "When comic fashion show skit will be
half-hour later everyonead v Mrs. Levi has appearedonce Homer Honked." presented at that time by POPULAR BONAT COLD WAVE .
before in the guest storyteller A former New Yorker, Mrs Misses Bev Elss, Sharon Morton
given and was simply sty
'Hint, waiting up and soaking spot. She is originator of Lewi now lives in Englewoodand Janice Brewton and Georgia REG S15 5 NOW $1 Zg50 <:..
i the pleasant atmosphere the Tell-Together books for is an active volunteer Williamson. Door prizes .
rich was filled with a silent children and has served as worker for the Englewood Libraries will be awarded.

it warm rapport. Then cute editor of Parent Magazine pub. She is a member of Miss Linda Rose Stevenson, one can Bonat Hair Spray with each wave. .
atricli tried again. llcations. the board of the Englewood- worthy advisor-elect, is In FREE LIMITED TIME ONLYGLADYSADKINS Jt'
Music and Dancing She has also authored numerous Charlotte Library. At present, charge of decorations; Miss
She asked If the guests cared articles for New Yorker, she is hard at work on final Norma Owen, refreshments; I h

>hear tome Columbian music, McCalls, Journal of Orthopsy- revisions of five new manuscripts Miss Janice Brewton, tickets; BEAUTY ..) k i
hich they did, and on requesthe \ criatry Children's Digest and and Miss Nancy Cooper, pub- SALON Y
graciously agreed to dances Humpty Dumpty as. well as 11 licity. /" J ..'
Columbian bambuco wither books in the Harpers Picture Models already selected are: 131 W. Miami Ave Call 488-4650 :
sister and they offered to alX Fact series on career selection Methodist WSCS Misses Bruin Stevenson Else, :

* the native bambuco Cot vwr I guidance at the junior high Morton, Owen Cooper, Wil r- .
mtt school level. Theme Will Be ,

By now everyone was having written The Tell-Together in collaboration books with are Club To Plan :Q
'Our Later Years'Theme Key
wonderful time even the
Jean Latham and published in
ibj> was bouncing though PLEASURES of retirement for Col. English and Spanish editionsby I 1 {
body knew what elseu of the general meet- FORSEflYICE'
anyone Community'Vork
laying. And how the girls Guillermo Pedilla of Sorrento Shores is the time to enjoy Macmillan. The stories area Ing of Woman's Society for 'SYMBll '
whom he is fondly mixture of fun and fantasy
with his granddaughter Amelia
uld dance playing of Venice-No-
really dance with Christian Service ,
which the child's
it wonderful inborn grace I exhibiting above. ________ _ encourage komis Methodist Church Tues. At Saturday Meet\
day noon will be "Our Later .
Years. Dennis Fleming president of rht
Venice-Nokomis Methodist Discussion topic will be "A Venice High School Key Club,
ED WALLACEEd I Time for Responsible Living." has called a program planning
I Mrs. Russell Naramore of the meeting for members at his
I Bible School Opens MondayA Frances V. Curry Circle will home at 912 The Rialto Saturday -
Tq'' would like to are be in charge of the program from 10 a.m. until noon. '

his old customers [(end new I two-week Vacation Bible department with music recreation and her subject will be "Infor First time the Key Club has :
ones too) at W O L FER I School at Venice Nokomis and story-telling. mation, Please. met prior to the school yearto
RAMBLER, your South I Methodist Church will begin Refreshments will be served A report on the Lakeland organize its activities, Fleming A
School of Missions will be given
said that he Is imitating the
County Rambler and Monday. each day by members of Wom by delegates, Mrs Irvin Muhn,
in order to facili-
will be from 9 to 11:30: Ser procedure \
Dealer.Ed Hours en's Society of Christian
Dodge/ and Miss
I s,m. Monday through Friday. vice. At the conclusion of the Mrs. Robert Ripley will be tate working with all commun- 1 ..
n the service four-year-olds Linda Muhn. Devotions ity activities on a planned pro- f
from be invited
joined I Youngsters school parents will conducted Mrs. Lovell Dayof '
department at Wolfer'lthis I through sixth grade will at- to a special program.Transportation Porter gram. See us for I Insurecf Savings Accounts
a He will report on the Inter
week after being associated I tend.Theme of the school will be may be arranged Members of Priscilla Circle national convention in Dallas or for Gold Seal Home Financing
with Ellis Auto by calling the church will be hostesses at the lunch and outline the suggested activities I .
of Jesus" Lesson
I Service since 1957. I II "The plans Life and material will be office. eon meeting and requests that recommended there. Initial ..
those attending bring sand
I graded according; to the age plans for activities and

We ipect'o/uei/ la I level of the children In each John Bridge LuncheonAt wiches.All churchwomen and their budget project will and consideration be started Saturday of a- SARASOTAsavings

FRONT END I department Louis Jones, the said pastor guests are invited. he said. [ [ [DCG[K 3Lad? [ ,
e OVERHAULALIGNMENT I Mrs Robert E. Blalock will VYC Tuesday In order to be of major ser-
I be director. Mrs Richard vice to the community Fleming savings and loan ,association
Asolo Continues chairmen of char.
Steiner will be in charge of the Mrs. Paul Nowland and Mrs requests
assisted by Mrs itable fund-raising drives to DOWNTOWN, SOUTH tart OUT 6Mt IfWtHitMMtiwi
kindergarten hostess
John Rightmire will be il e
ENGINE II Free Programs atrarta.rr rwasrrr.r"r rr taraaa
Lee Briner. Mrs. H. D. Stephen es at the ladies bridge lunch call him at his home so the
TUNE-UP and Mrs Max Thorntonwill eon at Venice Yacht Club Tuesday Through Aug. 23 club can Include aid on that
be in charge of the primary noon. project in their year's schedule.

WOLFER MOTORS Inc. Leslie Heath department and Mrs.and James Mrs Progressive bridge and foursomes A series of free Sunday af .
will be played. ternoon programs at 2:30: p.m.
Green, the junior Reservations be made
may at Asolo Theatre continue
Rambler. Dodge Arts and crafts will Walter be under L. by calling either hostess not week with a presentation of
of Mrs.
the direction STUDIO
Smith who will give special instructions later than Sunday. They Sean O'Casey's "Pictures in
of cancellatlons. "
also be notified -
915 S. Tamlamt" ".' Trait In ceramics. Members Hallway.
h. ..$._.ISO Ph. 488-3965 I of the Methodist Youth The August 2** program will
Fellowship will assist in each There will be no mixed be a talk by Henry Hewes .: 316% W. Venice Ave. Venice r'
- bridge game at the club in drama critic for Saturday Review -
- August because of the club's who will speak on "Thea *
closing from Aug. 23 to Sept.T. ter Today in Relation to the r

e !Pt'i Asolo Festival." FALL CLASSES OPENING SEPT. 2nd


M ltCE B I Aug. 19. 22. 2& and 29th 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. t ,

BACK TO SCHOOL PLEASE REGISTER EARLY7 All students registering and paying

F SHOES ] R tuition by) Sept. 1st will receive 10% discount on first 12 week course I ,

Arch feature orthopedically 264 S. Trail Venice Ph. 488.2198 BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATES ADVANCED
detigned shoes for

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1, 1-: '"'. GONDOLIER V.ntce: We. Thursday. Augut I 13, 1944MEM '
,l";r TOO Late TO Men's Garden Club


n e WEEKLY REPORT BY classify CornerBy

i b 4V '* RUSSELL KAY By WALTER P. HABBATHpjricantha nate In bearing Prod

I You know, I used to think or Flre-thei heavy crops one yea IIId Ii hi
} be the next. To bYe <<
that I was a fairly sane Individual Many fruiting shrubs can :your p
Governor TARSUS BRYANT of Florida with the average amount* grown in this area but nothing bear more berries kern H ?
of common sense but after U more showy during the winter in good health. A fertilizer|J

reading the papers I can't help months than pyracantha or In phosphate Will help, 1$

1 . THE EIGHT AND PRIVILEGE wondering whether I am as fire-thom. These shrubs are ed with root pruning u (lilt
BIB Of TW AHOCIATXD MCM *- KtmEII Of TBI rtOUDA flUSiS ASSOCIATION OF THE MAJORITY TO ACKNOWLEDGE GOD IS nutty as a pecan roll and ai grown both for foliage and f"r plant to growing; vigorous
out of step as the dumbest berries they era used< for pruning materially affects bi:
tile W.r.uWi.dlW ...,....." ...uu. .. .bl..._ of .u _tOld .. AT LEAST EQUAL TO THE BIGHT AND PRIVILEGE rookie in the regiment.One climbing; on walls, for hedges ry bearing. Berries are
a a. u 11I1. 1p.r. lad ii. -.I NA NY It.b" .tNlp M Nelr ad rpo6DrtIN. ,OF THE MINORITY TO DENY HIM. Prohe.
., 01aI .11....... w. ..! Item occupying a three shrub borders, on slopes and ed on current bade that .

Th. Mwt gad ..., ......lot.. n.tml *f UltMly ...._ k m>rribUd M4. IH NvnkUwtln liPabllilHd There are certain propositions plus 2 equals 4.,. column head and five columnsof also mskve a fine plant to use from fndUn6IPUlW one jJU
d.rllddaa Moron or r/rltt** ..".1M1oa. to which I am committed The keystone in the great space reports an afternoon IBS an espalier.f old or older. Therefore pnZ

I...> Uoidu sad. Tends Cw. I1MI B. Marl Arm propositions! to which it arch of our liberties which has In which a city council sweated .A ,f Because pyra- In the) summer time and wZ
shoved A. ....< Clan! Mttur Al P.*t OHto M ....**. Flarlr. seems to me, all American distinguished this nation from out the tough problem of > I cantha is a difficult new growth pinched or
must be committed propositions all others is the concept of deciding the difference between %. f''T plant to back. *
EDWARD O. BALL Editor and Publisher which are implicit in our justice under God because "swill" and "..rb.,.." ..' .'I move and tot Pyracejitha to sutijwt! fe M

COURTNEY WILLIS ..... Advertising Manager national history and existence justice without God would belike It seems the city had given a d slow to get tpider and snow goals lint
SAM instinct in our national char freedom without choice or contract to an individual to I jMs ;. I growing It spider can be washed off M
DILLON News and Nswsphoto Editor acter. muscle without mind.It collect garbage and he had oJ' a I best to till a strong stream et water A

ROGER KILBY ... Mechanical Superintendent One of these propositions! is is said that the place for come before the board to pro- I small plants peated often. Snow scale ell
"justice." religious and moral training is bet that independent swine ftom cans. be eliminated by spraying M.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. SU per year $3.25 per fix months 12.75 Not "justice" as a product of in the home and church. I growers were collecting"twill" I These should beset Malathkm.Oocdnea.

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $5.25 per year, $4.23 power! If that were so, the agree! But when American After from much local argument restaurants.and drained in location a well Fyeseaatka Yarte&e
per six months $3 per three months. strong would always rule and children must go to school. In
....... lUprwnutlrai no M* Pry Mrrlo. GiltiMrlU. Tlt.1. ''-'' N_ 1... the weak be crushed; the laborer Florida attendance is requiredby wrangling the council In its Harbath la fun son. or fcrmoaana gray'
_uti... Nrw York N I.. AUttU. C..l 0....... III. would still be on hit knees. law It it were not so, still wisdom tabled the matter until Pyracantha maybe propo- to ate feet or Inh. and is 9.
'--- they must go to participate or some hither authority could gated from seed, by cuttings, variety to nee aa an espalw
America has taken iu standas definitely determine what was It has red berries
even to survive in America. layering and by graftine Pro- that lad ,
. 1 :'# We're Hiding Our LightThere a nation governed not by By what right can they be required "swill" and what was "gsr- pogatinf from seed Is slow long time, and te my opni)
men men who for the moment "
: bu. is the best of an
by the federal government but does supply a lot of plants.In varieties
wield power but by The next item to confrontmy Lalande to
from a very hardy
or government, to growing plant
any any
Is In enittence a Saraiotabeiadorganization ly are not getting a dime's worth of return laws: laws which are the em live most of their waking hours so-called intelligence had seeds that have a bard coat, as vigorous grower.' It boa orange red

called the Sarasota County from the handout department. bodiment of our concept of during most of their youth in to do with an Irate citizen who do the seeds of pyracantha it red berries.
justice. They the weak the
protect city
Chamber of Commerce.It Another case in point wherein Venice from the strong, not because 'an environment from which an had was provided unhappy him because with a nice is desirable to remove the) pulp Low-boy to a low sprewSj!

is this Is in the the weak command but because acknowledgment of or prayerto sidewalk and then proceeded by fermentation clean the variety It to very slow to w t
our understanding organiia- misting out publicity department: God is artificially restricted? new seeds and place them in the started I have had two plant,
J tion it in taxes levied Interstate ?S with hundreds of milesof it is right and just to tear it up to give decent
supported part by to do so. School consumes most of a burial to water pipes.He refrigerator for thirty days at for over two years, and as 7tt
= upon ell Sarasota Countiant, including beautiful four-lan. highway completedfrom But what is justice if not child's time and energies. By seemed some to think that engineers a temperature of about 40 degrees they have no berries.

those in South County. Perry, Ga., to Vffldwood, Fla., is assertion of power? Either governmental action' we have should have consideredthe before planting This to An espalier takes peclii!
them of the called after
deprived time and an ripening period.
pruning, and a lot of it.
there is some immutable before laying the For
This newspaper receives frequent publicity fast becoming the main tourist route to standard toward unchanging opportunity to'give and receive - sidewalk.pines The guy didn'tknow Son wood cuttings wm rot In fine example of espalier m i

handouts from the Sarasota County the lower west coast region. which we grope some rule religious and moral guidance Ms engineers poor and he the summer and must be cut the plants on the front of !UK

Chamber of Commerce extolling the Those headed this way stop In at the binding not just upon the help in that the home. Justice demands doeesn't know that before lone at the node.It R. D. Clark home at 216 San

virtues of ell the fine attractions in the state line welcome station In droves fora less and upon but upon the state every itself Individual- or which, the by law same, takes government the the tha nrottr engineers rjavtn will on tear his up streetto all most should berried be shrubs rememberedthat alter Clark Marco to Drive.explain.Ask "Dubr""

City of Sarasota and its environs. refreshing' shot of Florida orange [juice there is no justice. Either child from the religious home give last rites to a new

Communities In this pert of the county and to look over bales of literature put there is a standard above us, and places him in a regulated! sewer line.A Venice Area Church Directory I IIT.
environment has
a to
I have some fine attractions of their own. out by various communities competing for after which we try to patternour for him an opportunity provide to college professor and scientist
laws or there is only pow- got more space than the
But not once have we received a handout the tourist dollar. er to make whatever laws* receive the moral and religious situation In Viet Nam by coming NATKANTZfS KTOOOrA' TklMTrY HITBODIST CHUKCIW

i 4 with so much as the first mention of such You see all sorts of tempting brochuresfrom whatever standards of justice guidance he has been deprived up with the suggestion JOM coo CHURCH Stlw OfOMt col. Uno,
serves the of the of by his compulsory attend. that instead of ,.,. W rt M lAfktkovM ': Port Charlottt
purposes burying our '.
places as Venice Englewood North Port titter communities Brnrlcoi e.edyat1
our including one ance. a.. P Ur & MxlM, VIM WSCSl Pint u
moment. dead we should freeze them I'M r.
Cherlott., Nokomis, et ale from Englewood! which mentions some of This is no hypothetical pro How can we say as has. been and keep them In cold storage Ion hedor. 0..unlw.._.5,11 W W a.M. -...- OtfidaJ Bou4i.eMal. .. Tuojdw,IMCPZSOOPAL

Whether this situation ii due to the the things to do end see around Venice. position. In China today, in done, that irreparable injury until science comes up with a VENICS ,,_ MISSION
will be done aLl OF ODD
to the children of
chamber's lack of interest In South Coun Yet Venice has nothing there to for Russia, there are laws, and cure for the disease that done TN.1.! Sr-Ww u Until Ann* At Swot Bono
say they whatever the one race if they are segregatedin Then Km VMw. lUuriM. PMVCNIOMOKOMtS Pea Mailm, View
are men in them in. we could bring >
ty, or South County's (act of cooperationwith itself. the public schools from another asses. kbeel. seM .... ..n..,> ttM :.':. Wonhtp ..%.
from time .
power to time say them back to life by thawing ...... W11118 ....
the chamber we wouldn't know. What happened to all those handsome that they are-whatever seems race, and yet conclude them out and giving them anew I.aI.. Mr.Ma. ,... .... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
to the that good will result when children 91....... Py. Yauoe. lee .... N. abea. .. 8'''.
g' But If tex money of South Countains Venice Area Guides printed up a while serve at moment their of all 1 lease on life. The .... cIut.:: & c.uubah.AMhNrn
races are
vagrant Justice segregated the ,
purpose for Another item presents
.ti going into this operation they certain bad? them is not a goal it is a from God? reaction of an attorney who cavac:: Souhrl l-Ut-n, Snub* Woi"
4m1 Surely those parents who claimed that the that ?.!. A_ a .......... /,5455 liana. Wonkfe SmtIl4l
'- have Jury Joki Leah J.... ,_ p.., Too.t fwltftee
That's what the declaration voiced opposition to this found his client 11I-
guilty was Wq StrrtMi ease u. sad U

. r 1 Viet NamViet of Independence was about: ground proposed that Amendment even token on the composed of a group of imbeciles a......... ...... era .... W........n nth.. .*...*Oo.P.1 M.M-WH Rosa* ,,.-
"We hold these truths to recognition who made a wild guess lIotIrotI1ot retie I P.INnbla. des e... .....
be self-evident that all of God Is offensive to them totally disregarding the evi-
; Nam Is, In a measure, symbolic of It looks if the Administration does .
as and to their children can ncauLMVH. urrmctAM couaca CKtmOB or TH* MAZABOT
1. men are created equal; that dence. And they tell us patriotic SW a. TtBlud TraIl 4........
the unpredictable world that emerged not mean, at least at present to changethe they are endowed by their the grievance of those citizens should accept Jury PMHT 1W ..... Ckwta L bee ... South o< JtMtloi Vonlooimt 41 ul mal

from the World Wars marked by the character of the war we' are helpingto Creator with certain unalienable religious parents who earnestly duty! .011.w..b".... abed lssI. StlS...1 ...., M. .Aid,..... HIiiliMPV .
desire that their >oo 4MKW1Snixtor
rights . that to children Rioters and looters themselves
swift and declinein secure got .
now nearly complete fight In Viet Nam with our specialforms receive School. *iM .m.MornlBf
these rights governments religious nourishment plenty of space by LAUams: U/TIIU4)I 0501014LL Wotirr.: It;10 MbTooth

the old imperial powers notably Britain despite the recent appointment of are instituted. :" and are deprived of that op screaming "police brutality"in IW. B** tUlTH.MWa. Star U.L.41.SS44B >_I..Sorrteo Bomoo, ,ass I *...
and the emergence of a new Imperialpower General Taylor until then head of our Either there are such inalienable portunity. I would not suggest spite of the fact that the 5.q.Id.. lees ar wwu. Praror Mortiu.Pa ti tit M
that any child be *** I.>. ....
1 Silt
t with / unlimited world objectives rights or our system of compelled to cops, in no way responsible for *
seemingly Chiefs of Staff as Ambassador. It is more participate in BH I a01.. fc..,
j j justice is a fraud and our assertion any religious exercise their grievances were simply CATHOUOcmrmcH
the Soviet Union. likely that. step-up In Impetus and perhaps of human dignity is a I do suggest that the doing their 'Job under the most Pies' CHUROH OF CKBlB-r: Mortk arbor or o.d 1.11'IWI'f BorowH tat.

It is a small country without notable the Introduction of new methods of 'cosmic hoax. right and privilege of the ma trying circumstances, in an effort sea w.SCIBMTUT t '...* A..q .......... 4M-rni
But there are such rights jority to acknowledge God is to protect the interests and V.M* kk. In. kwr. Ootno W. OowiiwPutor
Much of it is made warfare
resources. are Intended. Swift and dramatic
up and the children at least equal to the right and w4u a.s..a II a... .
welfare of the .
of Am.rlclmUlt community in ''''' l BcMnWtt
of nearly trackless jungle{ The climate is changes for the better seem unlikely. And have the /opportunity/ to privilege of the minority to the face of fanatical revolution saw..--10,. 1 pa it .... 0 ... ttOO ... 10Onlaotonol .,. &a
debilitating with incessant humid know' deny Hint.Racing. w.load.... S..s le .... Y I p." fciirmpt S.tardu 4iM M I*
heat so, Inevitably this war, and the pottibili- from whence they spring. snw mad. 100M...,.. .>J m4y .... area ran to lilO ....
broken by drenching tropical I rains The ties that are a part of this war, will, bean How else shall they understand Political! leaders, scared half *...t.. ffrova t .* aOCACI OBTH POST CBARLOTTCBDBCBES::
the Idealism of the Declaration to death screamed this and
people, for the most pert, are gentle and Issue during the forthcoming national of Independence? Is SeasonDates that but did nothing constructive --IIITIIOOIIT fit 1'10" sod cmUIcsC. 0._:: Plan H118BTTSBIAM CHUHCICoounnnltT

pacific, and without military tradition. campaign. It' a fraud? Does our Ship of to help control the situation .... ...... DI.Mw' CooUrDr.
...... ....
As is usual in that of the world Some State rest upon a rotten bottom They couldn't figure out Pn' _'M cal TOROMO 4. Pouno MbM.
I part say that this should be avoided bl. ton** UlN Mb ....... II'rM o-m. Wonblp tan.
? Announced whether the "whites" or M. T. r. tin 4.. lloniltoiMlrilk .
ChlMrw:: Clw laid
there few
r are a at the top who hold the that the problem should not be madea What shall they conclude "blacks" would come out on SIM Sto*. cue ..... WodMdv.SEVENTH Allah torrlro.

principal offices and control most of the political I affair. But the opposing case about Washington who la his MIAMI (SNS) Florida's top and damn it, votes are OAT AOVBN1ISTPDOOM GALIART REFORMED CHURCBor

wealth and a mass of peasants at the Is strong. Time magazine sums it up neatly first inaugural address expressed 128-day thoroughbred racing: votes no matter who casts 1n,. H >U.. rio.PoMrr. tt. of' B*. UNokonta. VINIC' GARDEN'

bottom. The middle class Is small by : "The fact is that Southeast Asia will the conviction that season for 1864-4)5) gets underway them. uoort L OM Tb. .leas... Hortt read Bum J. Shwnr.Boxtar Doha. PM"
"It would be peculiarly improper at Tropical Park on Nov I looked carefully from front Sorrfeoii ..ta..... .IO .... seta .. .
western standard be a major campaign issue. . And that to omit in this first 25 and concludes April 23, 1965, page to last to see an item ...... .._. Des 1W.dy .eve.IlNIc0.NOROMIO School Wonhnti PI4S ltM.m.Monlni < a.C.meob ..

A few years ago comparatively few is just as it should be. For out of the official act, my fervent supplication at Gulfstream Park. The dates stating that the Federal gov.ernment PRCSSTTUIAM / __..i tin ...
Americans had to that Almighty were set by the Florida State had called out the U. CHURCH ST. RAfHAELt CrTJBCB
ever heard of Viet Nam. crucible of responsible political criticism HhiMori 1M>.. A. .....
Being, who rules over the Racing Commission.The S. marshals or Army units to 111 n. ...... Taw OP CNGLEWOOORt.
Now it Is known to .II. It represents one may come a far more effective national universe . who presides in Tropical Park season take over In New York or Rochester . T_. 054115 .... Map o-rse W.Pulor Co..5e

I of the most vexing problems this government policy toward Southeast Asia than any the council of nation. ," will consist of 43 days between but apparently the situation Su Wttokl..,,. (clwili.........IMS Smdtfl L... sac *.... B.4V MOM ass ....

I face It is a problem to which, we the U. S. has achieved far." What shall they conclude Nov. 3ft and Jan. 15. Hialeah was not as serious as r.U .blp Balli U u. Ooraoi ..*** Rolrdw Mw I.tie. .b....
so C./velar 5r.
about the it In
have Supreme Court of the takes over Jan I( and continues was Little Rock or Ala
I' "' found no workable and generally approved The whole issue Is broader still and 'United States which in ZorachVs. through Msr. 3. bama. It seems that Northern BAOTT MASK'S trUOOrAL CBDBCBBMv :: UNITKD CHURCH OF CHM *

; {'I I lolution.I goes beyond the borders of Viet. Nam Clauson, 343 US 300, 313. Gulfstream Park her been states are capable of taking M Srrn* COMGBBOATIOMAUCBIUSTIAIIBVAMGrlUCAL )
I Why hat Viet Nam headline affirmed that "We are a re assigned the dates of March care of themselves and don'tneed roe BOT, DMk Dm rwMnM bM : AND aLr0a5ts
captured the Laos -sod. a..w.- .
or or Thailand. or of the threat1 t i The a... a BOMTI cku rkft.
1 of any 1 ligious people whose institutions through April 23, and Sunshine Federal aid.I haa..t ., Bolr 0........ HlnHMr
I the world The answer, in general coed nations of Alia. Mr. Ewing after a presuppose a Supreme Park in Tampa will be active couldn't find a thing about (,M .... 5.rN. Mw. MM MBperuflr M w
terms, Is simple It is considered 21,000-mile swing over the'vest Pacific :Being." Jan. 21 through March 24. Mrs Peabody rushing to Harlem " Muraliw Sctool Frwnr S red*...SCbBrrt -- 1' a. dare OWWH BMIMHIM Cwto) al u

i 1:1 I:{ to be the key to Southeast Asia And area, in the How can children understand or Rochester evidently It's g"0 Ck! 'n-.t... wtt HmmmTUZSLH ..u
reports words of a subhead roast BAPTU1 t UBC$ or VBMICBBfcluH ..jI
the .. .
J I \these things without It's import not as desirable .Ira ,.
an acknowledgment as an outing .
to ?
: Southeast .
Asia m. Lbra. ids
in is the Lass
f turn key to much to his article "
that there are . three 1 of God? To or stock any fish not native in St. Augustine S j of the vest Pacific region. And this is oneS known and one unknown factor, the unknown ]teach the history of America to Florida in Florida's Will Rogers, used to say, "all TnMr.l Worrti, SIMM Vltak llrM. ..ub wrf B. tees, MS Skuuwll

I of the directions In which, the Soviets are being the position of this without first acknowledging fresh waters without first ob- I know is what I read in the Svmln. Srl fc f iM *.... Vote -
country. f 1 The CBBJSTIAJI
acting. collapse of Viet Nam, according The known nil*! ::
are: the Communist drive to :like teaching mathematics, Game and Fresh Water Fish day he would probably be as SOUTH VEH1CB BAPTIST MISSION < l tai *l Chrtotl '
to the official view, and a takeoverby dominate Southeast Asia; the ambition of without first agreeing that > Commission. confused and disturbed as I .'fI. D. aTh Old 1IIa._ 114. bTpC .N-' ... ,-
Bw. P. r
; M. 5p51. The a
the Communist Viet Cong forces of President Sukarno to lead a third am from reading the papers Wnbtp smfa S:4S L... WM>WP. te ....
.. ; the
north would be
a disaster of the first force, neither Communist nor Western;

,, i. magnitude.The and the virtual disappearance of British 1
I I Class Is Planned
question, of course Is what to do. power and authority from this pert of _

As William H. Ewing editor of Honorlulus the world. the '
Neither factor can be decisive; Electronics ,2' best recipe for folks

Star-Bulletin, writes, "We have only the United States can provide this dltt'WN4WL fa.Ad1Nd10Yk1C17RFiKa

I' never seemed able to make up our minds leadership." taEAtTPONtt4V Applications for a claw In newly moved toVenIce

I how far to go In Viet Nam or In which The question of how to do that and ANRTwO.CICvAat74wn'ArPMAActNrmKYMe electronics technician trainingare
betas accepted at the
direction. Yet the stakes Sarasota -
are so great we to what, extent will, .be high 'In the troubled PWIOLMEDMPpI; v Community School, Adult
: afford allow JItAM&ATNSa1eNEACrNAAV
j can hardly to ourselves to Education Division 1001 S.
I) lese . We fighting the thinking of the next President of the EfaJrvous Washington Blvd. Sarasota.
I a are enemy glf tike one phone all ((01 coupon below),
I .;t I i" In Viet Nam on hit grounds and on his United States, be he Democrat or Re The course Is a laboratory add hostess with baskets of gifts and
approach to training tor the
;1 : : terms . ." publican. electronic Industry. Modern Information about the city, stir I ill fenuIni -

,' i demonstration and test equipment r hospitality, md you'll have I
; especially designed for trout and delightful mlconu. Just

. JJrr1! ,i,4!, ( 'Poverty' And 'Politics' teaching purposes will be used phone

:, ; hi the course. The course will
cover the various components .

w The Secretary of Health, Education and directly as wall as directly But they do found hi electronic units and Telco
Welfare has cast light the "war their place in'the electronic on
i some on show the very urgent need for a top- ---0.-/J circuit.

4 against poverty." According to him, the level review of' all the program beforewe TlIt fn / The examination for the electronic
"; ,",.federal government now has 42 individualprograms start spending billions for new schemesto IfIps woAmwrtwdeuwaDJlaomSmssasxen technician applicantswill 'HOIIEUW808

costing some $42 billion In be administered by a vast new bureaucracy ms egwO3Dtma'O State be given by the Florida -------------1
Employment Service at 7
fiscal 1964, deigned to combat poverty with a poverty cur at its head. c daMlrsrAID5NNSraer p.m.. on September 10 In the wE (ONE ROIXOMEISI /I

and to overcome its causes. In 1962 more- And they show too, that local government -/ qtr i, cafeteria at Sarasota High Use this coupon to U n how JIIII'" ten '

;' user It Is estimated that the total nation. School. All applicants are required
and private enterprise are doing 70new05t48, to take this test. wt I
I 'al I effort for "social welfare" by ell ruse sasOw cOeseo The class la te high ADO
.j t very much more In this direction. than Is ssoowus.ardnacmrtweM41V4Vf1M. open I
,. I levels of government end private organ.Ixations school graduates or equivalentand
generally recognized. It will be a sad day will meet two nights a cm I

i ,W. -billion.came to the amazing figure for all the taxpayers of this country and NT'tJII week. There will be a ".00 reg o liaise base Ule Welcome W...,. Hostess all on me iD I
$100 l ml.g4ewaet Iso/ istration fee) for the course I trould II1e to aubscrlbt III UIe ,
,Statistics such as these, of course, cover for all those who honestly' are In ,need ;m sal, uuvrVae'sussnfhR ose OIINAM _CNflDIIIN!. Additional information Is o I to tII, GoNDOLIER I

r ll llVl a very wide, list of project, some ofapproach of assistance If "poverty" and "politics"become or available visit the,by Community calling 958-1333 School, Fill aut o poc and ms6 10. CIr lallolt Depth GONDOliER I

4 I'll ..: '. the poverty problem In- synonomous. office front I ant to 4 P.DIJ ""

I'' / ,! ,,7 weekdays
d(' i

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Logo1! Legal I The GONDOLIER, Venice Fie. Thun3sy. Aaqtttf H.raqnlrW 1964..7

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of TH1, ta aam .apt tt roar anavarar '
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIBCtUT IK r If Tine crecrir COURT or THRTwLLPTH plaadln. ta ... bill of _pl.I., aa
.. til Naawa Sl_ v..,.., Florida, and
::1 WILLIAM A. HA MM AN and FLORiDA IN CHANCERY.. fill II.. .....1..1 ..,wor ar alaadlnt In E
THELMA. wlla.STEVE A. AMMAN, Hiufcufn4 A HELENA.10.1. M UMSTIAD. otflaa, RaraaoU af Cuno Clark CoarUwaaa af Mia Clra.ltCourt .Bar.aMU. 0 i

'laItlIt. ,=1, Florida, an or bafora tha Itlil oar
CABS 540. lma CAM NO. HIM ot BapUmbar, |a.4. If rmj fall .a da ao,
-..- Judrmmt br .."..1' will a. takanaaalnat
PA8KO and MART ft. MH yan far tha ralM.. 4amaad latlta
........ and vita, CHARLES MATLOCr, at M and\ bill of aomplalM.Thla .
FLOYD MATLOCK. at U, ot sk note ahall ba .. II.... sea
BEDROOM duplex Ztafandaalb Dafandanta, ... w..* for f"nr aoniamtlva waaka I.

II went, furnished Adults apart. InstructionJOBS Used Trucks NOTICE OF scrr NOTICE or SUIT Th.Dona VENICE..d 0.GONDOLIER..... at Banunfa, Flor.Ida. .
Call ..._ JOtT TO FORECLOSE CONTRACT Bull to Fonetoaa Contrast for lall T. . thl. 7th d..1. 1B64.W .
BATES I 488-4114. WAITING Wilkinson Pox JAJTJ Brave PASKO and CHARLES MATLOCK and HATTIB A. af."c\ kClrault LOW
: -- USED TRUCKs MART R. PAsco huaband and wl,., MATTOCK, buaband and wife FLOYD Coort., gamaou Ooantr,
TRAILVIEW APT for eat by"yaar Real Estate School. Enroll AI ::rt. arlmleg\ : throneh, MATLOCK and JUANITA MATLOCK riorlda.Br. .
Charge Rt* and Monday. EdItIoN Automotl heat and furnished air Phone 468-0551 or 488- 98. bed, 2 speed, 10,000 original or mora MARY of thm 8. PA8KO.and .11 partial or Mr having ana Charlai fcr.: tkrouck.MaUoelt.vndar Hattla or attack acalnitaald AND baputr DEAI.Clark.BLAIR .
ditloned. 1000 con miles new condition $2699 or'/ ',. to han anr right till or Fiord Matloek, Juanlta Matloek .. sop Url W. Bucana WIIII_ Jr, PRICESON
$1.50 Sq ft On E. Female '82 Dodge stake rack with rat U U.. .ropart Help Wanted top ,
St, close to atorel. dYe or alalmlnv to kavo anr rlffht 117 Na .aii IIl_
Tel. 1188-4194. cover. Hi ton, excellent .ad.Till of"aoni a th. tltla or Intanat to the propartjr korotaawrlbadi P. O. Bo> IB7H.
word ) POSITION AVAILABLE for condition .... ... . $2295 >t : yillnt'ta' fw V..I... Florida.Publlahl All t
|112| era ... .
minimum a t ea for aak an the and aarfc laney motl- .
Aor 11. 55. IT. Rapt a. 1M4
Additional 6c 2 BEDROOM: HOUSE, unfur experienced secretary with 89. International dump truck. followlnt daMrlbrf prapartf loaatad III flJ""tI.. a Mil-I: to '
niihed. Plenty room for chilJren building firm. Shorthand, typ New paint .. .. ... $1095 p.-.a.Lota T Countr and I, Florida Blork ,7tov wftl .1 following a aorlaln daacrlbadpropartr oontraot for Olio locatad on the laSaraaote GENERALELECTRIC I't
rtfti, both Thursday and pets. Phone 488.8781. tog, bookkeeping required.Call I '68 International cab and chassis BY-WAY SlfBDIVISldN.r pair Countr, Florida to wit CLASSIFIED IS FOR )
CASH | 488-1150 for appointment. 2 ton, 2 peed, ... $ 995 Plat tharaof m flla. and of r.. That portion of land Irlnt I. 5... YOU t
Edltlon.SI.40 bed la Plat I ,
and Monday 3 BEDROOM Book I Para tl aaoto County Florida. NorA and
HOUSE on the 88 International, cab and chasl Pnblla lUoorda of Baraaou I Wait of tha aroak. prorraailnt onthi IF YOU BUT, SELL,
.ter. Nicely furnished. THREE WOMEN WANTED. l I. . Cant. Florida. 1 following dourlbad. CINTRAl
2 ton .. ... . . $898 proprrtrlA
NPC. Phone 488-8881 Due to expansion, nationwide hai bam filed ... ... rae and r oo ara part of the North_. 1/4 of DIRE OR RENT.
39 International Metro Walk rpuh.dtar.. boor of ..... aaawaror the Northwaat 1/4 of the South.
mtniimiml organization requires 3 ladies in. New paint. ... ..$ 895 plndlnt: to tha bill of aamplalnt on sea Id 5atl.. 14. Town.ahlp HEATINGAND
112( word )) Mlse. For Sale for canvassing! In Venice area '59 tha Plalntl'la. attornar, BLAIR AND >. south, R..,. M -. i
Addition( Ward, .Ieh Baa Dodge 2 ton, 2 speed cab DEAN, 117 Na.ass Straat. Vales. Flor.. doMlibad al follows Start"",. *t
No .e1lln,. Part time work 4 and chassis. Special Ida and flla tha original aniwar or ,.. oatitor llM of till Intamo.tlon Swim

,., .r.. Ad.c.. ..,.. .. TRAVEL TRAILER. 14-ft. hours a day 5 days a week. price .. .... . . ... ...$ 895 tha plaadlng la tha Court affloa SaraaoM of the Clark Oonntf of koln.of* two U. ..roadl 41 and dMlcnaMdaa 'Florida InS70Waler
,, ah._ .. ....... Aluminum Avalon Sleeps 5. $1.25 an hour. Can be perman '87 Chevrolet Pick-up: New Oourthouaa Baraaota, Florida. oa or .ba 7TT, __tl..... and prooaidlnt. AIRCONDITIONING 1
: 441 .n .. .r eroo Excellent condition. ent. Write Box 4182 Cortei ton tha nth dar of Baptanbar, IMi Bartorlr" alonv untor of road $
,,. Mrrl1. em..n... J625. Ph. tires & paint. REDUCEDTO If rai fall to da ,. judrmant d4 U. .. 41, lit.I fiat tbr.. BouUi
A :.:: sberr. :l es an. Yj1. 488-8297. Plaza, Bradenton for appoint ................ ...$495 fault will ba .. .. agilut rov for thar Elate fiat to too d.. of right.ofwar ''
d5IaOY w5M/0..r ment. .jjjf/ damandad"" In the bill of aomplalat. of aaM road na point of AT
.s. + : UPRIGHT PIANO, food con MANY OTHERS: TO CHOOSE This ...Iee. akall ba pohlUhad onoa kwlnnlntl thonao Soutbarlr. lilt ,:: ,:';J
ash work for tan aonMciitlva waaka I. foot, mon or 1 laaa, to Moot tin
dltlon* '100.< H. Hileman Box LADY FOR PART TIME help FROM TO MEET: YOUR The VENICE GONDOLIER. rir."""f-wnr Unit of road ".,,. Warm Mineral ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne 3099, Nokomis in home of elderly couple. TRUCK NEEDS: DONS and ORDERED at Baraanla, Id. T77, than NorthwMterlr. EQUIPMENT 1 1I
Edition, Inch: $3.00 Must be able to drive. Give Florida'. this Mi day of Angnit. I... lonv Mghbsw.p of road Flor.Ida .
par W. A. WYNNE. Clerk 777. 114 U eta. ores or I laaa, '
loth Edition., per Inch $3.50 Piano_ age and qualifications. Write WEST: COAST TRUCK SALES Circuit Court, Baraaota Covatr, to bitmoot' 'thi rlht -vs, of Springs I CAU TODAY :, I
Steinway Knr ba Everett H. V., Box 748, Venice 3450 No. Wish Blvd. " road u. B. 41, thanol Eaftrbakmt .. '
Br JANV OUIMMO, tho rttht-of of road FOR ESTIMATES/
All ela..lfl ads payabt 'tn George SUck Winter Cable (Route 301 North) Dapntr Clark. U. B. 41. Ill loot non rar or ... to 12 Mile South of' Venice
Nelson Tajrette S. Cable Male Help WantedDEBIT Sarasota BLAIR AND DUN tha point of .bailnnlni Toiatkarwith
advance Mcapt "' bliihadiccounty. Hallett & Bri // W. Eo.. ... WIIMama IT, the Improvomanta "or.,.. On US 41
Davit Attornan for Plaintiff, kai ham old ncainat rou sod yon an ;
MuBttte Player INSURANCE Sales Auto tiT N..... 11_
For Sale
P. O. e,1. LQW LOW ,TERMS.
Pianola man Age 29-49. Married 1816 '
Players V. ,... Florid.Publl.b .
CANCELLATION or Orjan*- High school graduate Sales experience 1955 STUDEBAKER V-8. Runnlng Aus.5. 10. 1'1. ..... 1554. Venice, FloridaDEPENDABLE WESTERNAUTO
ADJUSTMENT Allen Lowrey preferred but insurance ( I
condition $35. See Bob,
tquttti for eancallatlon ... COMPLETE SELECTION OF experience not neces.ary. Tropical Drive-In Theater. GONDOLIER DISPLAY DRYWALL ;,
bacauta of REBUILT RECONDITIONED Venice-Englewood area. Oneyear
must ba mad for AND FULLY GUARANTEED: resident preferred. Must '
irrer Thursday Gondottw BEFOREI PIANOS AND ORGANS have car. Excellent earnings to Money To Loan BRING RESULTS C. W. Curwood 488-1330 e HARDWARETACKLE .
start and opportunities for I eJ
FROM tl:_ .
I on Monday. For Men "FIorida'B much higher earnings and ad- BUSINESS OR PROPERTY
d.y Gondolier BEFORE I Largest Muale Co. vancement. Write giving quailficationa Loans Unlimited funds avail. RADIOS

p.m. on Thurtday. CANNON MUSIC CO. to P. O. Box 3990 able. Personal appointment arranged FRONT END ALIGNMENT TIRE TRUING 305 W. Venice Ave. 744 VENICE AVE. L
1301 lit St., Sarasota S. M. Box 746, in care BRAKE SERVICE WHEEL BALANCING
PHONE Opt Florida Theatre of this paper. Ph. 488-3516 PH. 488.5359

Open Thurs & Frt tit 9 p.m. EXPERIENCED TIRE Chaner. ,- j

488-3125 Ph. 858-101.:' "Truck, light mechanical and Car." Lubrication work Boats For Sale FULLEN TIRE SERVICE --iu: :; t

POT TYPE OIL BURNING and clean up duties Apply. with
Circulating Heater Non electric references and experience to SACRIFICE OFFER 19ft. "Ultimate In Retreading"LES
length, 8 ft. beam. Pinto-Val-
Lots For Sale thermoatat. Automatic S. L., Box 746 Venice. i:
blower. New condition. $80. vo engine. Tunnel stem. All FULLEN OWNER
VENir BRBIDBNrB Inn Store fixtures counter tier RETIRED GENTLEMAN with ibreglassed.[ Hardtop. Draft
VINICB RUSINKB IITI8OWHBR t.bles. wall shelves car for part time lumber 12-ln. Wonderful for bay and Venice Fla. ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
LOU JACOBS. U4-JIIT I and racks. 1744 S. Tamtam! Tr. ,
Reasonable offers accepted. sales.. Write P. O. Box 1141 gulf. Lots of room for chairs PH. 488.1990 t
ELK INLET SeawiUed prtr- Phone 488-3805. Venice. and fishing tackle. $995. Phone
alt boat basin. E. L. Kllton, 488-3157 ;

I Biyshor Drive, Nokomis. I TWIN BEDS complete with box Help Wanted 1 ." /I'r.' .i, .1",11.111, ,.,::::1"111.,.a/t/6/4./m,,, ,,' ,.,"n 1.11.I ,,,.J.d/ ."., MAINTENANCE, ".
springs and inner spring mat Lost t, .
Rtal Estate tresses. $50. 488.1362.BERKUNER PILOTS I LIGHTING SUPPLIES

RECLINING needed MALE for OR daily FEMALE plane tours SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING 5 I. C. McDonald Co. Inc. ; *:

PRIVATE PARTY wanta lat. CHAIR. Almost new. Porch From Venice Air Base Must and diamond wedling ring ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.

3 or 4 bedroom home West reclining: chaise lounge. 4 white have 500 hours and Florida Nokomis Beach off pavilion
of Trail. Have 2 Bedroom 2 card chairs, metal. Mangier Real Estate License IMMEDIATE Reward Contact The GondoUer 5 WELL DRILLING & PUMPS IP Baas I Cockrill Straits Phone 488.6794e ".

bath on Harbor Drive to trade like new. very reasonable. Ph. TOP EARNINGS. Call Newspaper.

In Box 298 Venice Fla. i 4883792. 998-1167 collect for appoint
ment. Legal Will Ba Closed |I li-
Houses For Sale

/ SELL 2 Bedroom Horn*. like 1964 new Zib Za Fancy,. Looks stitches and sews with KOTtre OF FICTITIOUS rNTSVTTOH: KAMITb TOMOISTEB I AUGUST 17 thru AUGUST 23 Barrett Approved Rub.roid Approved '

Patio carport central air drop In cams, buttonholes Mfenlrurf 4aaa hanbr aartlfy .m'.i .

condltlonln,. Large corner lot. sews on buttons overcasts raw UNITED FARM AGENCY, thenation1 that k hol.. la...aonirtn.. Vanloa! ,.Florida nndrrtha t B".&,'. :BJUB 1''ajr Bin, lit.'e I ""I mm_ _'__''' __' _I __ _'.r_''I,._ _'_
1758 Forest Dr.. Venice Gar- edge, no attachment needed. real estate all lotltloiia ..... ot ......Ie Mnala/ 41Elaetranla I IT... HIT.k'GlAV {
fail. 8490 down, balance $92 Small balance tl.40 leading and that aald firm to aom.peaad .

monthly includes taxes, insupam week. Guaranteed.or Write per orgsniution offer an unusual ....- ft aa4 VM plaB' followlni o! ..Id.varaoni.... tra whoa..1 I YOU CM SAVE 3 WAYSOn '''I SER'ONDEI
*. BaL 13000. Phone rtt85333 USC.t Box 746, Venice. opportunity to a qualified manor followailldnar ,
Jim Burns.BEDROOMS husband-end-wife team to vale* Fl.Ownnhlp t.. Na.dl.mao. .. 0. Box MI, Auto Insurance

APACHEIWorld's I serve a* branch managers. af Karatote Muala a Bra x1.Earle
> 2 Bath air-con best built best sellIng teals' la aa followatSldnar I. NEW LOW RATES LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. r
Request the brochure, YOUR ... .
ditloned C.B. House in Yen- camper trailer. Specialdemonstrator .L NoocIl .. 100 par .e.II 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS L. KIlton John C. Bennett '
FUTURE and UNITED FARM to r Intantloa to apply to tha
let Gardens Phone 48M719 sale now goingon. I Clark ol the Circuit Court In and forSaraaota 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
week days and before 6pm. Little down ""d AGENCY, and learn the full de.tails Countr. Florida, to ratlatar the Complete Roofing Contractor
money rid una S._ Mualt a Klaitroitlciandar
Weekends and after 8. 4881770. 1 low bank payments. about thii opportunity tha) pro.1.rn of Chaptar tolil SPRAY COATING
tawa ol Florida, Aata of 1M1Wltnaai o A.AGENCY c
through personal ditcuulon "
I Mrs trnfaralana. .. ....* .,,_. 1 CAMPER'S WORLD I nv kand ill 17th day ol r On Till, Asbestos and Built Up Rook tNokomla
TMa la a -Jo b.-.. 100 N.Washington Blvd. with our district tale managtr, July. 1M4. e4'Iaw Fla. Ph. 488.591
;: .
amnxi L NErDLSMAN.P.011.0
Maas write tot
(Opp. ) July I0 A,5. .. II 10. I" 1

SACRIFICE bedroom house Sarasota I UNITED FARM AGENCY 116 W. Venice Avenue
near beach. Phone 488-1872.
PORTABLE FENCE. 10 four- Richard W. Goddard MORE PEOPLE ARE a'-r"'t Telephone 488-228D

EXCLUSIVE! Beautifully located foot sections 30 Inches high. District Sales Manage- PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME? ::1 x
S bedroom home. Near Never used. $20. 4884294. SUBSCRIBING TO AND
the P. O. Box I8& Before you decide 'M our ,
bay. All rooms are large
and well planned. Central h .t I Trl-County Equipment Co., Euitii. Florida 32726 READING TItEGONDOLIER MODELS IN "

and air conditioning. Nicely. = EXPERIENCED MECHANICS:
landscaped, sprinkler system.A . I 955-5705 wants live-wire licensed real Member Chamber of CommerceB&WAutoRepairj
bargain at 826,500. Call us estate salesman. Reply J. C., 6 mile South of Venice 11.I

le for, Realtor appointment Phone, Byron 488-4708.Mark- This week specials/ on Box 744 Venice.Situations. 1 on the T-llml Tr. (U.S. 41)) f


baths Reasonable Easy. Wanted WANTED Experienced EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE I '
terms. P. o. Box NEW SHOWER HEAD r
58. Venice
or 488--474. housekeeping Regular or e ALIGNMENT & WHEEL 1 Ul.r
OFFICE! DESK and Chair. Also day work. Phone 488-1199 For Bathing luxury BALANCE 7

CBS 1 BEDROOMS. Florida metal file cabinet. Phone e ENGINE TUNE UP t I C\qrq5r .U.CTtQN'' I \
room the bath. Golden Beach 488-1330 eveningsBusiness ", Mobile HomesONE OVERHAUL .

Section OWNER 828 Roberta St. PersonalsCREDIT HUNDRED e AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE caMP: N ( l. I IA ,

must sell immediately. 3 bedroom CHOOSE FROMI!

2 bath. Very low down CARD' Come see the finest selectionof JUS1uSH 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502 P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice, Florida d "I
payment and assume FHA New and Used Mobile / 155EIUTTON
mortgage No qualifying 853 FORGERY INSURANCE Homes en the West Coast of ALL WORK GUARANTEED.

GteB Oak Rd. Phone 4884838. Protect your liability due to Florida 1 10 wldes. 1J wides To t1uN
lost or stolen credit cards. 20 wider! Unbelievable bar- LARGERe ''

LEAVING TOWN Win sacriflce $10.000 coverage 828 three gains. Several repossessions. DISTINCTIVE
nice For full particular Terms to suit. Drive over to J. W. MOORE 1
home in choice lo years.

that MtUm late can bedrooms In be Venice wed m baths a third Den 2 stop EDOE-TanOBSDALE in or call day.GEORGE Mobile Home AND Sales RUSS, Inc. PLUMBING Uqhti) On CO.Harbor The' .Trail .I Real I E s t aINTERESTED 1 Corner t.

bedroom. Large utility room AGENCY (998 N Tamlaml Tr.. Sarasota RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS

screened porch carport etc. lit W. Venice AT*. MS-RS (703 S,Tomlaml Tr., Bradenton PHONE 488.4450

Landscaped lot --. "
corner 380 Hill. -------- - --- -
New Rd. Phone 468-28M. ? INTERESTED? 2 BEDROOM HOME
alteration, draperle WOLFER MOTORS Inc. '12 Block to Beach, Furnished >I

VENICE GARDENS 2 bed- Dressmaking. etc. reasonable 4M-H$' RAMBLER DODGE 3 Bedroom 2 baths. Screened Large lof Paved St. "
rooms; 1H baths, paneled FIB S. Tamlaml Trail 418-3965-488-6150 AIR CONDITIONED Porch ettacald carport Oil

In norlda room, cathedral ceilW. RUBBER STAMPS mad to or- SPECIALIST IN . CENTRAL WATER AND SANITARY SEWER hef $7950.00 ,
central heat. Available der. ,Overnight service. Office Screened Patio 2 Bedroom e I Bath Dwelling IDS East Aurora

upon request. 488-397. 483-14U., personal pocket or stock. C Brake ENGINE. Repair TUNING BY ELECTRONIC. Lubricate EQUIPMENT Chassis WELL FOR GARDEN & YARD $17$00.00 UNFURNISHED KERMIT I L I '

Rentals- S Front End ,Alignment Oil Change Ml SHAMROCK BLVD. TOTAL PRICE 12700. H. N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAIT <

i Front End Overhaul Adlust, Headlights Bums" H. N. WIMMERS Realtor REALTOR
Lin ,
u. .... REALTOR
h.a .
50 a.\.1A Mp.Lou SHEPARD Wheel Balanelnq: Electrical Repair thru frI. 9 to S 3
O.: Agent for Western Union Telegraph Mon. Drive
_ a. i CORa. 44th1urFORNISHED Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand 221 W. Miami Ave. BOI laqulII
LUMBER CO. e Redid Repair .rd Trammlulon Repair Sat. till I pan. CLOSED SUNDAY 488-5308 48..621
rUlOn.ble.u- Walk to beach |OQ3 N. Washington Blvd., Afaondltlonlnq Repent and Installation

'nd ,. Call 4884447. Sarafot -
Eveainga 474-M69. can .


rate heated 2 Car Garage, Central Heat and Air Condition.
,wool! W. Venice .
Ave. Week. month .,.arl1' lOOP TKU88CS CORPORATIONMember Screen Porch Washer Rods and Drape Central I Lot 100' x 125'. 2 Bedroom Terrazzo Tile Bath, Range and 1.xRefrlpe

IteSeonable iumn, MtM Pb. Alum. Window ft Door Chamber of Commerce Sewer and Water This well landscaped home only retor. Completely fur-slaked. Dock and .Boat .VIi" .

-eel. Contract Roofing I Palntinq DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE take Mobile Hom. -

TVSEE BEDROOM!: 2 Bath, Hume 488-7I31 Venice Heating and Air Conditioning 16500. Terms $12.500.00'GULF d
beach. 0 W Manor.boUlt.Call'rtnte after TYPEWRITIUS: : and Adding Heating & Air Conditioning Insf affaf Ions REALTY
8 .
rn. Barasota 124- 628. Machines' (mechanically operated Gas Ranges .' Water Heater FRANK C.

) Chemically! cleaned REALTOR Bruce Rene Cobb S..... A-I..
8JALI'M 2 BEDROOM house pile ..*. Just $13.SO plus pan free Estimates Thompson, .

'Nokomis Beaehi Partly if require AU mikes., VenisStstmners No Job Too Big er Too SmallH I 2SI W. Venice A"I. "Phone" 488,1600 488-J44 935' '",one-48",731
'D.'hed 216 S. Tlmt.,1 Tr. P. O. Box
I7 month Phone 111 W. Venice Av*. ] S. Trail, Venlq! "'. .488-2271 !
488,034. csa-tllSo 1



i 1"-114. GONDOLIER, Y.nte., Fla. Thusdey, August 13,1964, T-- FISHING Myakka Lanes Names

'Ii r l y YS i V NEWSCatches Frve Bowling Manager
I. I.I2BOWLINCI 4' eyt W d'tPh ,tt4 h lr T I ( ,11 Center Bait registered& Tackle at Shop Tsrpon at - -

ment and promotion field. Hiwas
the south Jetties Include: New manager of Myakka
a':printer before he becamean
I a Frank Treen, Eustls, four Lanes is Leland A. (Lee) Frye, I engineer.The I
snook on live shrimp In the who has served In a new manager Is busy
I and daughter capacity at bowling establishments
..I' d... wt.r.l ...,.. ....... 11.. Inlet; Treen snook a sea here and in St Petersburg -
Lanes ... for"A" book mint hava Dorothy seven
'' 1.OIns.M Jin anran or notion' "B" .....,.. 171 ER base and a trout live shrimp He succeeds Bill Staw,
', ll. Morrlmi. Pill SUM .11 Vto to 170 11201.. and 'C" kowW. HI or I four snook, three Myakka manager since mid-
Inlet Treen,
... . .
rn.CW. raMd th.. 'A1 S. Lwru low r * (140 team maximum) : trout live Stahl resigned to devote
I CteWlMhl *H4 VI. topj-d. til. won LadlM Invlud.A . reds and four 1960. .
.". .Ith.1 Mrta mil 144 Mtrti -- 4 shrimp Inlet; Trees 10-lb. full time to his position as general

C"tol...>Mr w..d Hh a 711 mil. T1.7 121 MID Sour-*. an li"PotOOoldMind In ......... and/ will Doubts run all tour durIni 0.r snook on plnfish, Inlet. manager for West Coa.tRedlMlx
IM IWrlll- 140 WM Meond hlrh i>n. Auriit.uit Inc.
1 Goods
Sod . . .. From Roy's Sporting
W 4d J It Int. a 7 *!I. Good of Llgonler, Ind.. r
.now won _tad Ion H.rtI H..Cur1.. 2.1,21 hunuwnlM Ihb W. Venice Ave. comes this A native
1111 Tarn Enmlu, 1141 Bud I_ .m! routpn.tin 1.onlh p"es f.. Asp dM1 on Frye came to Venice In 1963
I Unr Vlrkon, ., to tot th* klnk..111 of tht vp If;. report:
Jit Ph.d Rhlnn, till Pill 107'I Grov Bill .hl one' till.nj 001111,1.51 In llmo for Oh. romlnv ....... ; from St. Petersburg where he
I ><am* i o. I 1I Gladys Paris, Venice, 12tt- was manager of Skyway Bowl
..,.. .
lOt ,t4 .110. H.roH M.... *111 I OnrBk for II 00.Wlntor __ y lb. snook, pinfish bay; George and later operated a pro shop
d,5 SOS, i. W. Jitrmt,, too.tttri. .
... and Buck Weaver -
a.:: taui tottlni" art for Lachenmeler and handled promotion for
. .. .. Hud 4TI ih* ..won'.Mnrl, afur i Labor ( :; 7 and 13 lb. snook plnfish, Bowlarama Lanes.One 9A I
0..121 I for *ti. Knvlnrood, Nnnwnr ... Oar Mntlnn ara In protroa and the I
bid' Mth... 1>,II. In th. Moniiw* torn and 4ra lInt Mlud J .. .. aura to. .M rour team and 1, .
u Wllnolw .. .. The North Jetty Fish Camp Florida's west coast Frye posted
M Ib* .... with IIMSl. I.-rr John- ran r* I I. tkla acaaon. TheN *
q'. 1.4 .u top nm ..4 Bob Hum. ..... opening for tiNitna and Indlvlriu- had these catches registered: a 195 average last winter
11, M 11..1..'. 111 and G.or.. On11411 .1., 00 ilrn tin NOW III Call 4H'811.IH Nokomis, and currently holds a 205 aver
1.'. .*r* tar mm. ( ......I..t a* thla pantGyro's Timmy Coffman, .
.. } two snook largest 18 Ibs? age for the summer. His highest
MLM D..bls 10.2,1,"w plug; John Blevlns South Ven- sanctioned game is 299 and

07.11 Round Don Ioltto Lanes t l Ice, a snook plnfish! ; H. B. his highest sanctioned ,series
In w... 002. D.ttl..od Fred Rhln.l, 20-lb. Is 714. He has rolled several
..... Johnson Port Charlotte
.. . ..
Pw n and Harold M. Duncan Crwrolft. _
Tommv Tnmpklnn ;:
** rran ... .. shrimp John Pavel Sr., 300 games In open competition.
fT J.rk Bullock .10. I.[ .l th. irarlni for iln.l. r> u* Mon- snook ; LEE FRIE
Mwrrow and Sun All. won onr M.., tar nlirht In th. Brrlln Sim Mon. Nokomis, three snook, shrimp; Frve came to St. PetersburgIn
Jan* MoClaln 1 and (.... Mrirknw; Mary f.afn..It 144. Hal l M.,... Food 1h i leagues for the
Rapids lining
Vnnihard. and B"H Nnrnun won ovw -hrvlrr, rolM hl,. flr-t two hundrnlnm. a N'M w y John Pavel Jr., Nokomls, 12lb. 1995 from Grand Up up.
C.rol .alanlno and Bob Ham: Hurl. wi'h 0 til Jirk Btillork Anrhnr r 7e I snook mullet; C. W. Coker No- Mich., where he was a mechanical coming winter season in additIon
402000 and Din Hrndrl.k..11111 ov.rlarrr nil folW' ,h. plni fnr mmm ft 111, { M. engineer. A heart attack In to his other duties. Anyone I
. comis 17-lb snook mullet
M.rrnM and T. Fnerh l Glnn . 2nn ..d 2n4 tVtr 104 _I... DunmnOi ;
111I. Rnhl 010. .v1. R..., "..k.ff ... .. .. tMim mllfd hlph" ilArl. ..... Shaprlo Sarasota, 8-lb. red, 1959 forced his retirement from Interested in bowling or spun
J.h._. 0.0.0..4 Bill H..d. : with a P'1 ind Wood Chrnlm t40l for shrimp and Clark LaFollette, Industrial work and led to his coring a team is asked to call
rj* won on* Lol. and Bill Pnunl.! hllh MrlM."locly" ;
Sold I...Atoll y and.. fla Mh..h."roo .Coorr. won over Imo RnrdlnTwu' hIpS ,In t I FIRST BICYCLE RODEO to be held in Englewood the Englewood Rotary Club. Admiring the Nokomis 8-lb. red. shrimp. entering the bowling manage him at 4886531.a .

00.114 0,1,1.10 bonl, .t I l.1.. "tnrkr Bnrk" 8.tu"t., .Io 211 with is scheduled for Aug.! 22 at Calhoun trophy lineup are Tom McDonough, representing
w 11''''....., .Ih.. ... tho fist rnnd I IK and Bill Rn.fl.ld rltht hi.hor' .1 Reed
on the Roe Center Margaret an
kow.. fowl tho C0nal.llo, pond .t 1 '. with 2SO. Ndra B>U* .hot Field. Sponsored by the Recreation Center ;
P-. a* Wailnwlair .'..hto.M. fo load tho 002100. I trophies and prizes will be furnished by the Englewood fifth-grader; "Skip" Archibald,

A .-. .. .. : Sarasota County Sheriffs Safety Club and recreation director, and Sheriff Ross Boyer.'wood .
i krMb. '- ARC T,5m .. I wlntw 0,5,0,00 ;;.tlll 4011e' 1110211h :]
2 .M.01g thl. ..,. nrht' .t II .... ..,... inur.W ..1_. ,5nnot
.,.. With 1240 ......... ...1.. f.... Rr l.ns. T

I r I Bike Rodeo Slated Aug. 22 1< 0 1 ,e Sf MA o I rr

r N k i' Ip e '

ENGLEWOOD Trophies Judging In the various competitive ary Club members will assist
and prizes will be awarded to events will be basedon Deputy C. N. (Cap) Stevens in n : 01
top riders in the community'sfirst skill in riding safety and I supervising the program. F1.:
AUTO MSUBilHCE ? bicycle rodeo Aug.! 22. sportsmanship. The rodeo is Trophies will be supplied by 'alJ 0.i1 I t0.o
The Saturday competition at open to boys and girls from six ,' the Sheriff's Safety Club. Winners .
Calhoun Field on Indiana Avenue to 14 years. Ownership of a also will receive prizes
will be sponsored by the bicycle is not required for par. provided by the Rotarians. I \
Yes sir! Englewood Recreation Centerin ticipation. Three trophies will be award. 4\ .J
cooperation with the Sarasota Ralph (Skip) Archibald Englewood ed to girls and three to boys. .
County Sheriff' Safety recreation director First prizes will be wristwatches 4 4rtA"

Call me today for Club and the Englewood Rotary will use an age handicap in with other smaller
' Club. grouping the contestants. Rot- prizes for the runnersup.VHS .
the Personal Touchof

Tailored Protection ;

Football Practice , 4111

.. ,
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24 Start -
Slated For Aug.
I SMOKEY BEAR reading certificates were Smokey Bear Reading Club. Youngsterswere
presented to this group of South County awarded the certificates for reading 10
youngsters during a party at the Venice Area books dealing with conservation topic. I
Summer vacation will end I to be scheduled after the initial from the scheduel were Key Public Library celebrating the final week of
early for candidates for the meeting.The Wes* and Admiral Farragut.
varsity and junior-varsity football Indians will field a Junior After opening the season
a t teams at Venice High varsity team this year to here the Indians will be on the Shootin' Ironture I
School, according to an announcement give sophomores and other road for three games in a row $2,400
made this week by newcomers an opportunity to before settling down to an ex-
Head Coach Jim Powell jet actual game experience.The tended home) stand that will
Practice will begin Monday Jayvees will open their end on Nov.'25 with a trip to '(Continued from page I) "Is for people with a cheaper rifle. "That $2,400
I Aug. 24, with a meeting at 2 season here against Riverview Punta Gorda to end the sched I Arms. taste ,for the luxurious. Rich Job in .30-06 caliber was
p.m. in the gymnasium. Sessions on Sept. 15 in a 7:30: p.m. con ule.Class Hobby Becomes Profession mellow woods combined with highly engraved on the action,
will continue each week. test. Their schedule is incomplete A schools have been Weitby-Gibsen served a total handsome styling<< provide the most of the barrel, the scope
day afternoon at 2:30: pm, at this time but officialsare Included in the post-season of six years as an apprentice ultimate in superb workman. mount., trigger guard and
with several morning practices working on a six or eight. playoffs this year and a successful engraver. Gun engraving, hip, built by master crafts even the bolt handle knob had
game slate. All "B" tilts will season by the Indians which started out as a part. men to your own personal re- been carefully sculptured with
be played on Tuesday nights. would qualify them for a berthin time hobby has since becomea quirements. the relief of a lion," he added.
HEIDEN INSURANCE for anenjoyable Sept. IS Opener this competition. fulltlme profession and he Is All Winslow rifles, regardlessof The story then goes on to
GOLf Varsity action gets underwayon All candidates are requested today considered one of the price, feature F. N. Supreme tell how, after the encounter
Sept. 18 when Venice hosts to have a physical examination finest craftsmen in this field. 400 actions and Douglas Premium with Winslow at the National
312 Venezia Parkway day of North Fort Myers in a White prior to the first practice session. Winslow rifles also otter the grade barrels. A choice of Sportlngs Goods Dealers Show
I Sands Conference game. The Those planning to be covered 1 industry's only lifetime guar stocks the Plainmaster, Pow. he later received both of the
Venice ph. 488.2491 TRY conference was expanded to by the school football Insurance antee. "It any rifle carrying ermaster and Bushmaster are rifles to check out on the firing
SARASOTAGOLF seven teams this year with program are asked to Wmslow's lifetime guaranteefails available on all models. range. At about the same time
I CLUB North Fort Myers and Char bring $5 to the initial practiceand for any reason except Thre different types of Inlays the rifles were being unwrap
I n" lotte High of Punta Gorda being an additional $9 after abuse or normal wear," says In a wide variety of designsare ped came a frantic message

"t ..VW 1jtS DAILY GREEN$3IOO E. $ the latest additions Hold. school starts.A the firm's warranty, "we will available for the more expensive i from Winslow Imploring them
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over members, in addition to program of pre-practice repair or replace it without models These Include not to shoot the expensive
. I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. Venice are Sarasota River. conditioning has been mailedto charge." land-carved ivory inlays in .3046 as it had Just been sold.
), | South! of Sarasota view, Southeast and Palmetto. all prospective candidatesby Each rifle produced by the raised relief on a backgroundof Shooting the rifle would have
Venice will meet North Fort Coach Powell. Anyone Interested Winslow team of experts is ebony' engraved Ivory and made it a "used" gun.
Myers again on Nov. 20, but in turning out for the range tested and guaranteedto ebony Inlays in shaded flush, The magazine notes that It
the second encounter will haveno squad that did not receive a fire consistently at one minute and ivory and ebony silhouette kept the gun just long enoughfor
bearing on the conferencerace. letter Is urged to contact Powell of angle accuracy at 100 Inlays. pictures to be taken and
I The first game will be at 4884267. I I yards. One outstanding example of promptly shipped it back to
the offclal tilt. Assisting Powell this year ; The basic Winslow Grade Wtaslow's public relations and Winslow at Venice.
LANES There will be six home contests will be Jim Somers, Ed Fanning , .Commander rifle sells for $265 sales genius was the full-color The other rifle was kept and
and four on the road. Non. and Bob Hedrick. AI Bud 1 and Is devoid of carving or en cover picture of the $2,400 range-tested however and the
:i conference repeats from last ner, formerly on the high graving except for an ivory inlay Presentation model backed up gun magazine's experts reported
_ year are Naples Arcadia and school coaching staff will confine ' , the firm's Coat of Arms by a feature story in the July it performed flawlessly,
-- CALENDAR OF EVENTS Cardinal Mooney. Dropped his duties to the Venice! ,trademark in the rip cap and 1964, issue of Gun World. with even less than the one
Junior High School athletic! forearm. I "Several _months ago, at a minute of angle accuracy
I MONDAY- Golden T Par 3 program. From there prices range meeting in Chicago" the story promised under the lifetime
THURSDAY- The Schedule from $395 for the Grade Regent begins, "John C. Winslow of I guarantee.The .
;\ ,1:00 P.M. Hetier'i Sinclair Housewives 10:00: A.M. Housewives Sept. 18 North Fort Myers. through $714 for the Grade Winslow Arms Company hand Winslow rifle also received .

Meeting Mon.. Aug. 24 at Meeting Thurt Sept. 10 at Sept. 25 At Naples 'Crown, $836 for the Grade Royal ed a highly decorated rifle to a plug In the new products
1:00 P.M. Sets Special Oct. 2 At Sarasota. and $1,279 for the Grade Im Gun World's Jack Lewis. At section of the July issue of
I 10:00 A.M.
: Oct. 9 At Southeast penal to the custom Grade the same time, the Florida Guns magazine in which the
6:45: P.M. Serviioft Men's 1:00: P.M. Senior Citizens; Mined; Oct. 16
Presentation. at prices UP'-to arms manufacturer stated that writer declared, "I am con
t l: Meeting Mon., Aug. 31 at 6.45: P.M. No-Ven-Churs Mixed EventA Oct. 23 Open. 2400. the price was in the $850 cate vinced that the gun Is worth
Boo: P.M. Meeting Thurs., Aug. 20 .t 3-Day Oct. 6 Palmetto. The Grade Presentation In. gory. every cent."

.. 9:15: P.M. Busch: Bavarian Tavern 7C:301.P.M'BI' Oct. 13 -Cardinal Mooney. eludes all the features of the "Lewis was intrigued for Upcoming, Winslow hopes, Is
Men's 9.15: P.M. Label I hole-ln-one contest will beheld Oct. 20 North Fort Myers. Grade Imperial with the ad. the moment with the rifle," another feature article in
Meeting Mon. 17 at Mon's ScratchMeeting tomorrow, Saturday and Oct. 25 At Punta Gorda I I dition of choice of wood for the the story goes on, "but Winslow Sports Afield'i Gun Annual
7:30 P.M. Thuri., Aug. 13 at Sunday at the Golden T Par !3 stock and other wooden parts. picked up another model which only goes to prove two
8.00 P.M. golf course in Sarasota. ATTENTIONVENICE I I I name or personal signature en with the words, 'But this one's things: the gun's obviously]
TUESDAY- Venice area golfers are invited GOLFERSPLAY graved in gold, four gold Inlays worth 2400.' "
I. FRIDAY- to compete in the event on the barrel and action and a "Here. Take back superior performance and
I Ij your
6:45 P.M. Cald .1I Court Ladles 6:45: P.M. Fatitaff Early Birds Mixed which will be held on a 110- DAY OR NITE I gold inlay on the trigger guard. cheap gun," Lewis said he told workmanship and Winslow's(

5 I, Meeting Tu..., Aug. II at Meeting Mon., Aug. 17 at yard hole on the driving range. j, On Wed Coasts Sporrierf I "The Grade Presentation," Winslow. And he goes on to outstanding ability to sell him
7:30 P.M. 8:00 P.M. The fee will be three balls for \19 HOLE PAR 3 LAYOUT 'I according to the firm's lltera note that by comparison, It was self and his product.
I 9:15 P.M. American Roofing Men 9:15: P.M. Blalock Insurance Ladies $1 and first prize is $35. Second
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h of the American people
The News
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undermined by government '
programs that In the guise of VA Orphan Law Is Broadened

::4su e helping people, actually deprive -
$ By THURMAN SENSING them of initiative and opportunities Children of living veterans conflict, or extrahazardous service
for constructive who are totally and permanently during peacetime serviceon
Executive Vice President Southern States Industrial/ CouncilIn personal action. disabled from service- or after September 18, 1940.
7* The best presidential candi-- connected causes may now The new law now extends the
the period when one of the large the powers of the Presi-- lie needs an appreciation of the date also Is determined to recreate participate in the War Orphans program to children of veter
two major U S. political partIes dent at the expense of the national solemn' importance of the presidency the role of the states as Education Assistance program ans of the SpanishAmericanWar
chooses a presidential legislature and the liberties but also of its limitations media of local government and administered by the Veterans World War I, World War
standard bearer, the thoughtsof of the states and the peo- desires to see the federal government Administration II, the Korean Conflict and the
the nation are on the man ple. This has been much the withdraw from excessive This extension of the program peacetime service who have
selected and on his concept of trend In recent years, with the However, public appreciationof interference with the com to children other than been permanently and totally
$ the limitation of
the presidency Chief Executive trying to dom necessary munities of the nation, allow those of deceased service-con disabled by illness or injury attributed
To be chosen! as a president. inate Congress presidential power can only nected veterans into
virtually abolish ing them to determine their was signed either to their wartime
lal candidate Is to receive an the states, and Impose on come from who has a presidential the conscience candidate own patterns of custom that law July 7 by President Johnson service or, in the case of peacetime
enormous responsibility I as the people all-powerful bureaucratic make possible ready progress, veterans to disabilities
of conservative who is
well as honor, for the office of : controls a eagerto In short, the best presidential Thousands of children resulting directly from the per. 1 "
rx i the President of the United Because some recent presi- accept a but who seeks responsibility -' candidate is the man who respects throughout the nation are expected formance of active service,
States Is the most Important dents have had a passion for near-dictatorial authority.The no freedom by refusing to to be affected by the from armed conflict, or from I
office In the free world. The centralization and' for control. diminish it, who cherishes constitutionalism new law, Rufus H Wilson, '
future of the American Republic ling people, our system of free presidential candidate' Instead of tryingto Manager of the St PetersburgVA injuries or extrahazardous service
the chief bastion of free. government has suffered The who thinks of Americans as Impose the Leader Principleon Regional Office, said. after September 16, 1940'n
dom on earth, depends in a balance of powers has been upset "little people" or "common the American Republic The Originally the War Orphans The law provides for benefits '
considerable measure on the The Individual's freedomhas men" who must be guided I best kind! of leadership Is the Education Assistance Act ap up to $110 a month for full time ,;
wisdom and courage of the been diminished, his rights along the correct path Is no restrained kind and, as Thomas plied only to those children and ?
of ofP President of the United States curtailed, often in the very friend of freedom The informed i Jefferson said, the best kind whose veteran-parent died as 4"
In times past, the U. S has name of "rights conservative knows that the of government is that which a direct result of service in lower for part time study for
had many types of men as The danger to this and every best human material for the governs least. This is even the Armed Forces during war. eligible children attending college n
President Unfortunately, not republic is Caesarlsm Historically presidency Is the man' who believes more true in the modem era of time. The fact that the other or pursuing non-college +r
'1kr all them have been among we know that a republic deeply in preserving totalitarianism danger than it parent still lived did not pre. courses leading to gainful employment 4"yw
the best men of their respecticf is destroyed by those freedom of choice, association, was in the more gentle worldof vent these children, in age be. i
Mw ; eras. Some have been who talk most frequently! about and decision The superior the late 18th and early 19th tween 18 and 23, from qualifying Courses on the high
a; crudely partisan In outlook democracy Thus'' it was In presidential candidate wants to century as an "orphan" in the school level are not allowed.
Others have been inordinately Rome centuries ago, when liberties return lost liberties and restore Despotism is nonetheless real meaning of the law.
ambitions and thirsty for pow. were crushed by those the altered balance of power In for being benevolent in intention Later the law was amendedto
er, seeking only to perpetuate leaders who government, He is critical of LOUISVILLE
professed their is softer because include children of veterans Ky. (AP( -
themselves In office The great love of mankind in general judicial tyranny that allows a Tyranny no whose death was caused by Sign over a perfume counterin
t danger from the time of Presi In this year an appreciationof handful of men to make arbitrary government aims to alleviate disease or injury resulting directly a downtown store: "Don'tuse
dent Jackson down to: modern this truth is badly neededin rulings that affect the poverty or uplift some from the performance of this perfume if you're
times has been a desire to en the United States. The pub future of a free society. He is element in the national life active service, from armed bluffing," -:>:'

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New Additions: Those English sensations are heading .
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: -i Several members of the The
I North Port Charlotte Boat Club class will
accepted the Invitation of the duction
Nokomis Outboard Club to loin For the
them In the boat.a-rade held will be
Sunday, Aug 2nd The boat- film
men put their boats In the My. songs, ,
akka River at Plavmore and refre.
cruised down to the Riviera The
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Jim Chance, cruisemaster for as :
(ho North Port Club was askedto taught by
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boat.a-cade also Those attendIng merles
"I'I Jf from here besides Jim and son and ;
I vr. t, 'QOaI MMtaAe'W ''4/ Judy Chance were "Hap" and Juniors
'II Eleanor O'Bryan, Mr, and Mrs bertson
William Brink and their granddaughter ry These
I Jackie, and Miss Julie and will :
McMahon 12 noon
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Club will be on Thursday, Aug. Re>ouch.
I 20 at 1:30: p.m. at the CommunIty Evening
''I Center, at 7:00: p. 1
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t supplied from the South County maintenance improve Selma Avenue between Indiana meeting will start at 1 p.mAn 426-1000 I FLAMINGOS Fifteen flamingos shaped Island located on the infield lake of
I area on Route 775 Shell and marl from Avenue and the water company, One hundred Interesting program has i the Hialeah race track In Florida are Hialeah The flamingos are only a small poi
the South 40's own pits is stock-piled on the and fifty loads are needed to complete that been planned and a report will\ Junior : part of the Florida exhibit sit the World's tlon of the subtropical setting of the monj
county property Shell being loaded above Is project. be made on the National Con will begin This marks the first time the exotic then three acre Florida site
ventlon which convened in Chicago 15 at 9 confines of their Florida-
have left the
Subjects to be discussed
will Include the blood bank and Cleary, ==-

I Fishing Licenses Now AvailableFlorida veterans'Commander pensions Frank Rodmanof will Anyone be I Bridge Scores

the North Port Charlotte the
Fishermen are now able to Game and Fresh Water fresh water without the new Barracks No 2743 is also sen Bridge Studio, Aug. S THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY
Obtain the new fresh water Fish Commission, at the license Is a violation of the law lor vice-commander of the The Mrs. W. Loeffler, Mrs. W.
sport fishing! rules and regulations same time reminds all fisher. i and such fishermen will be sub third district. Other delegates meets Celsser, 42.
I at the offices of all county men that they may also obtain ject to arrest, Aldrich said attending the meeting are William at 7:30 p. D A. Hathaway, Mrs.C. INVITED TO A
I Judges and their authorized the new 1964-65 fishing licensesat License fees are $3 for residents A. Carver. Louis Sch Center. C. Gardner, 39
fishing license agents. offices/ of all county Judges $8 for non-residents. A melke, Albert Goll, Ray Ab- have Mrs. J. Kimball, Mrs. E.
A D. Aldrich, director of the and license agents Fishing In non-resident 14-day continuous rams and Ray Moran club
Morrison, 30 LECTURE ON
0: license is $3 25, and a nonresident Commander Rodman announced about FREE
five-day continuous fishIng that William Elchel your lawn K. Hill, H. Reimer, 38tt.
berger Veterans Service Officer garden
license is $2.20.NARCF -
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES from the Florida Deoart Studio, Aug. 3, P.M.
ment of Service Affairs will be ;; Mrs. M. Mrs. E.
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I < at the Community Center"fice of Greater 47.

In next Wednesday, Auf 19 gather at .. Tomlinson W.
TRADITIONALLet EnglewoodThe W.
From 10 a.m, to 12 noon This ter this .
ui style your favorite rase' August meeting of Englewood is a service for veterans and 15, at 1:30: ,
717, their widows. ames K. W. Erickson, K, W.
Venice Chapter
or ceramic Into beautiful Imp
National Association of Retired -0- Door 41. "ARE YOU TffiNKINGr
Rt*!;ing Restyling Civil Employee will be held at Role Communion was served an F. Bridges, J. K.
All Lamp Repairs noon Aug. 19 at the Driftwood last Thursday, Aug 8 at St So come ; 38.Bridge.
friends. by SYLVIA H. POLING, c.s.B.
Inn Englewood. N' aniel Episcopal Mission In
Wort by Experienced Designers; and Studio, Aa,. 4
Craftsmen' All federal employes havingan North Port Charlotte Father of Phoenix, Arizona
annuity from the government Peter Madson from Port Charlotte Lucy Journeay, Mrs.
are invited to attend the was in charge of the Holy ciety of 82%.
I II' luncheon and meet local chap Communion for the Feast of Trinity J Morris, Mrs. Member of the Board of Lectureship of the MofW Churdi. .,
ter members. Make reservations the Transfiguration. In H The First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, MatMchwetti
by calling Mrs Carlton day, Aug-
After the service the members
Kemper, 488-4462. of the congregation helda monthly Schoenfeld, Col I. Nel
social coffee to honor Father Mrs I 4545.Woman's\ .
Madson, the priest in charge, devotions Club, Ang. ( Thursday Evening, August 20

I t. If you're the kind call who to has St.recently Andrews accented Episcopal a George gave a C. E. Bryant, Miss

: Church in Tampa. the hymn Journeay, 78 8 pm.
As a parting memento on behalf group sing Reimer, C. Hauerbach
I of the congregation Mrs known ....
of who looks E. C Sander presented Father Gellner Bible C C Gardner, Mrs
buyer out rocco Madams bound with an Chancel inscribed Hymnal mor. Mrs A. Hathaway 75 AUSPICES OF

announced R Gould, R, Gould,
and a monetary gift I cask"l. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
Those the eoclelwere lakegoods
I Mr. and Mrs. W. R Sept. 12 I Contract Bridge Club SARASOTA, FLORIDA

for N91 1 (tats you ) Croughton Wood, Mr of Warm and Mrs.Mineral Harold ter The next Aug. 7

Sorings- Mr and Mrs. Allan ed for R V Handley, R. V
tcPartlin. Mrs Paul Erlscon, am I 66 Municipal Auditorium
Mrs. Ed Sander Mrs. Witous : C. E Bryant, N. K.
look for the with Mrs Harr, Mr. Houchschild S8tt\
man and Mr
I Romeyn Utley
-0- Snakebites W I CHI ( I Unertle. W Namack, 57H., Mrs J. Sarasota

Dally Vacation Bible School Bonnie E. Morison, Miss L.
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( that's through the 28th of the month. I Mrs .
your The theme will be Making the bites h
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anadian Ballerina Will Open School Here: I Wows Pow-vvow Infant Polio Shots Lagging n

Spear, who with she also operates a school tablish dance festivals during the Ontario Legislature congratulating has previously assisted Miss A Venetian of Scandanavlan JACKSONVILLE A survey Sowder added, "it Is of Importance !
I Husband Tom formXiaBalletArtsFounda.-, The in Foundation, Incorporated which students compete for her on the fact that Spear In her teaching but will ancestry scored a hit at an Indian of Florida's child Immunization to note that the pre- 'I
instrumental February, has auditioned national awards Common in her students won the Gold, Sil not be able to do so this year pew-wow last week with program-begun earlier school group experienced the
ISO ballet
classes in ida students on the Flor- Canada, these are usually con- ver and third place certificates since she has been selected for an American version of the his year by the State Board of least percentage decrease in
Inc will open West Coast from March ducted by Kiwanis or other in the Kiwanis Festival in the first class at New College. twist. Health shows that among5monthold the case rate whereas the high .
'let' AU'. 23.r be called through mid-June and 15 itudels men's clubs as "Dance and Hamilton in May, 1963. She is now a math major at children only 11 ly-immunized 5-9 age group
IChool will Shehn have been chosen for Music Festivals." Among her Kirkham is owner of T K's Fort Erie and holds an associate The GONDOLIER learned per cent of the white and 31 attained a substantially 'teateI'i\
Ballet Art School scholarships, ranging from mementos is a letter from Theatrical and about the incident in letter Ji i
Ida Dance Supplies. membership in the Imperial a per cent of the nonwhite have case rate reduction. "
t..erhlnq' In three to seven years, in preparation George Bukator, M.P.P of Their daughter, Maureen, 17, Society this week from Martin R. not taken polio vaccine. The board' child immunization :1
Miss professional dancing Northrup, sales manager for i "This could be a dangerous program works this way ',
Spear has .
been teaching Green's Fuel of Venice, currently situation because the preschool through county health departments )
for 24 years She is a memobel' attending the first annual I child Is at the greatest : parents of children
of the Imperial Society of North American Indian risk and yet Is the poorest immunized three months of age are con
Teachers of Dancing in London, Exposition at Bismarck, N. D against polio," said tacted and urged to begin the
England and has been an assistant "Thursday night," said I Dr. Wilson T Sowder, state child's immunization program ?
teacher with the Nation Northrup, "I was Invited to health officer. When the child Is 15 monthsold
al Ballet School of Canada. Judge an Indian pow-wow Polio was widespread In the parents are contacted I ;,, '''.
She was trained at the Nat- dance contest. It was a difficult Florida prior to the availabilIty again and urged to complete
ional Ballet School and before task since I knew nothingat of the first polio vaccine in the immunizations if this hoi I Iptn,,, ,
beginning her teaching was a all about Indian dancing."I 935. This I new vaccine not been done.SUMMER. r)
profeslosnal dancer during her was told," he went on, brought about one of the largest -
teens { "to Judge the contest on the immunization programs in -----
Mrs Spear said that she had basis of ((1)) keeping in step i history and has resulted in SPECIAL
trained many professionals and with the drum beat, ((2) body I sharp reduction in the disease.So .
she has been teaching teacherIn movement suggesting beauty I far this year, only eight DANCE
the Cecchettl method for the and grace, and ((3)) authentic-I cases all paralytic have
past 10 years looking costumes. been reported. In all of 1963, CLUB
In an attempt to promote "After I studied the deny there were only 33 paralyticand I
professlonaY dancing In Florida ers," Northrup continued, "it four non-paralytic cases lessons t
since she arrived she worked became easier to pick out the reported. and one partf
with the Gulf Coast Ballet outstanding ones. Following the Dr. Sowder said that In the
l lMi Guild in presentation of two contest, the judges were told togo pre-vaccine period, the high ONLY $2.35 per' wtt \i
JEAN SPEAR workshops. Two of her students out on the dance area and
to est case rate was children
[ t among PRIVATE tESSCVfl
In Canada, Misses Diana ; t N do their Interpretation of the 1
School of Dane. Rowse and Faye Lee Ann Wilson Indian dance."I aged up to four years with
Btmce the and her husbandMi appeared here in a May made out alright he the next highest rate among 4 group
There In October fromHart 23 workshop and another Canadian added, "by doing a variationof children five to nine. 4 twirl &4nt'
Falls, Canada, where student, 15-year-old Janice the twist"Conferences "Although case rates for all ONLY ,,7
Drew came for a November ge at the exposition -
appearance last year. Miss ::tti i' r; 'w .'a a r, Northrup said, centered age groups have dropped con- (
Drew and, Miss Jacqueline : : .= around the problem of siderably since use of vaccine -
1I: __4 t. ,, i-li\ :: !! preserving 1\ i !
Kinsella, both associate members the American Indian has spread over the state," Dr.
\Y4rt of the Imperial Society, SERIOUS BALLET STUDIES at the National this month. Miss Spear is shown above duringone culture. He added that he felt red I
will assist with teaching in Ballet School in Toronto begin at an early of her NBS classes. She opened a schoolin the conferences had been productive ASTAIREDANCI E II
Miss Spear's local school. age, according to Miss Jean Spear, assistant Sarasota in October and also has another MOTOR BOAT SHOW SET I STUOIOS I
Foundation scholarshlo winners NBS teacher who will open a school in Venice teaching studio in Niagara Falls, Canada. "There are people here from i
223 W.Venice Ave. in this area were Misses all over North America" said I
Lucretia Boyle Shawtia Mc. Northrop. adding that the different National Motor Boat Show will Open 10 am to 10 pra
be held in the York Coliseum
Mahon Leslie Puckett, Cath. Indian tribes were well for the ninth New time next SULFSTREAM AVE.
Are For 1233
SJSSYSHIRTS erine Hobbs Susanna Cobb, Mangos Eating represented He said the tribes
Jan. 15-25, the National Association SARASOTA
Pamela Whittle, Sylvia Bvran Included Sioux, Cree, Navajo, of Engine and Boat Manufacturers
Linda Melton, Joanne Holt, Apache Mandan, Cherokeeand has announced. Ph. 958-4675 I
Janet Jeffery, Marilyn Meyer, Iroauols among others.
SWEAT Ellen Meade, Gail Glend.*nnln, "Their costumes," declared

Beverly Randall. Blessing and Susan Both Fresh And OtherwiseEverybody the .Venetian" "were magnificent advertised in Mademoiselle and Seventeen,!

4.98. Miss Spear has Just returned Northrup said he was one ofa
from Toronto where she knows about H cup sugar and serve with cookies. Serves group which met last Tuesday
studied during the month of mangos but very few of us 1/8 tsp, salt 4 to 8. with Governor William ,
30RDINATESSTRETCH July with Valukln of the Russian know what to do with them, 2 tap lime juice To have mangos the :year Guy of North Dakota. And he eJhipi18hore ':
Bolshoi Ballet. She Is cur other than to eat them fresh. 1 cup cream or evaporated 'round, freeze some now for went on to state that he made '
rently preparing three teachers Alma Warren of Florida Agricultural milk (whipped) use later. a short speech pointing out carefree''
and former professionals for Extension Service Soak gelatin in cold water. Frozen Mangos that since the Foundation of
first and second examinationsfor i passes on some recipes and Separate eggs and beat yolks. Freeze mangos with sugar North American Indian Culture n,
the Imperial Society, the advice: Pull the skin from the Combine yolks with sugar and or sugar syrup. Very ripe, was headquartered in Bis- new oxford:
PANTS latter part of this month. The I mango, rather than peeling it milk. Add salt. Cook In double Juicy mangos may be frozen marck, North Dakota should '
examiner will be a member of off with a knife, to retain as boiler until of custard consist without sugar or syrup begin to lead the nation hi developing 50% polyester( ,
the London Board and this will much Vitamin A and C as pos ency. Add gelatin and stir until Mango Slices Wash and ] better educational facilities -
6.98 be the first time examinations' sible. dissolved. Add chilled mango peel mangos Cut off slices. Do and job opportunities 50% cotton 't 'N :
have been given In Florida. Mango Nut Bread sauce and lime juice. Cool not slice off flesh near the for the Indians."I :
ten sizes Miss Spear said She explained Ml cup of butter or vegetable Mango Sauce seed, as this is unusually fib- further stated," said
that there are four student shortening 3 pints green mangos, rous. Northrup. "that the rest of the 4.00 iri"iP1
examinations, after which the */4 cup sugar peeled and sliced For Sugar Pack: Use 1 part nation will begin to look to y
student may take further 2 eggs 1% cups sugar sugar to 8-10 parts fruit by North Dakota for leadership in
f exams for an associate memo 2/3 cup of raw mango, cut 1 cup water weight. Seal in moisture-proof Indian affairs"He
bership or, if over 21, a teaching fine Steam or cook green mangosin containers and freeze. said he met later follow- i. f i
cas membership. Generally the 2 cups sifted flour water until tender. Add For Syrup Pack: Cover with nr. the pow-wow with Chief a ,, !
training necessary for these Is 1 teaspoon of soda sweetening and cook 5 minutes cold syrup. To make syrup, White Buffalo Man, grandson !
eight to 10.years. Miss Spear 1 tablespoon of lime juice longer.- boil 1 1/3 cups sugar to 2 cups I of Chief Sitting Bull who led
said % teaspoon salt When mixture begins to water the massacre of General Cus-
Students will be prepared for H cup chopped nuts thicken, fold in stiffly beaten For Dry Pack: Pack into, ter's troops In Custer's Last"
the examinations in both the Cream shortening and sugar. egg whites, whipped cream and containers and seal. Stand. "We became friends, t
Venice and Sarasota Schools, Add eggs. Stir in dry Ingredients vanilla. Pour into wet mold. Lime Juice may be added to said Northrup, "and he beganto "
Miss Spear said. She will also mango, lime juice. Mix When firm, empty on platter syrup If desired call me brother and gave ,
teach tap dancing classes all together. Add H cup of me the name of 'Haytopa'which ( "
Is Sioux for 'Four .
Miss Spear also hopes to es- chopped nuts. Bake in a loaf .y I t,
pan at 375 degrees F for 1 hour. Venetian's Son KMI Grad Horns, an uncle of Sitting : ,
Bull. I returned the favor by f
Do not cut until second day. ,
giving the chief a Bowie A gain.Understated styling,exaggerated '
The famous chutney of India, knife." softness make this blouse designer's choice. ;'

mango a sweet-hot as the relish main,Ingredient.Mango uses the. Receives National Honortreasurer One of the exposition high- Yours too-in white,pastels,deeps.28 to 38. \ .
COTTON lights was a beauty: pageant I
FAIRSPECML Chutney Saturday night to crown Miss t It
10 large firm, ripe 9 Venice
mangos William O Littick, business and business manager North American Indian. North- |
Vi pint raisins, seeded manager of the Zanesville, of the Zanesville news- rup said he hoped to bring back mmmmm Shopping ;\
H pint vinegar Ohio, Times Recorder and son paper since 1953 and Is a member pictures of the beauty contestfor h
H pint lime Juice of Mrs. O B. Littick of 705 of the board of directorsof The GONDOLIER. IM, Center I, ,
1% cups brown sugar Armada Road, Venice, has Southeastern Ohio Broad No pictures of Northrup do- :
2 chili peppers (or % tsp. been chosen for inclusion In the casting Inc. and Citizens National Ing the twist were included Ii, .
dried) 1965 edition of "Outstanding Bank of Zanesville. with the letter however.
2 garlic buttons grated Young Men of America." Last June he received the ,
1 onion, chopped fine Littick, a 1945 graduate of humanitarian award for out-
J I tbs. mustard seed standing community service
Kentucky Military Institute and
1 tbs. celery seed widely known in the Venice from KMI. Early in 1963 he :
1 tbsp. ground ginger area, was nominated for the was awarded the Jaycee awardas i
FACTORY PURCHASE! IVi tbs salt honor by the Zanesville Area the outstanding young man '('
Pare and cut the mangos In Chamber of.Commerce. The in the Zanesville area in 1962 ,
HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL DRESSES small pieces. Put all Ingredients final selection was made by a He is a former president of r .
together in a crock or national board of the Jaycees and the Rotary <
13-man OJ
Dacron Cottons I Cotton Satins i i bowl. Cover and let stand over. editors for the publication, an Club and has been active in i .
night. Cook next morning for for Crippled i
the Ohio Society
I three hours. Seal in sterilized annual biographical compilation Children and Adults Inc., The d 'ttwS ,,
i Jars. Fresh ginger root, chopped of about 10,000 young men Salvation Army, Red Cross, A
I fine, is better than the in the United States. United Fund and Chamber of :
$600 ground ginger. Yield: 4 pta Llttlck has been secretary- Commerce.Compare. ,

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l4 The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fle. Thursday. August 13, 196-4! I HOLD THAT I ISP r"'v l

If f Gibbs Donates To Jaycee Fishing Reefcounted
BU PALMETTTO: Fla, (AP) tat).' unit Certain, cannot mx tatlca *,,>
Venice East News The Palmetto unit of the FlorIda critics
that Baden's
presence xaC
Ijb A $100() contribution from less than 20 feet Venice Lumber fees, a permanent buoy with National Guard had to call be political. :
a By SALLY Slt'BBS George F Cibbs, owner of Tarpon low water. Depth of and West Coast Redl- chain and accessories and a off its fish fry because the general .
Center, toward construction the reef site I. 25 Seaboard Avenue spare buoy with accessories cook couldn't The tam, wee taken to ,,,,
(:: '' Back In Venire East after for the best slwet shooter of their proposed artificial No Hearing Anyone May Help Cost of one buoy with etassotid cook laid the state ruled that adjutant Baden general' aN
four months in Europe are the abord and received a nice memento fishing reef in the Gulf of Mexico No public hearing the work force Is approximates $250. laid the "We've couldn't tab
I Elmer Hedcens They traveled for winning it. has been announced by the plication will be who said anyone Dr Luck said the First Nat- Capt. Don Flowers to part. postponed it| "'
fish fry said Flowers "It
I the Scandanavlan countries -- Venice Jaycees. Corps of Engineers may help, The work, ional Bank and the Venice- unit planned the will t, held;
$o visiting relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs Wilbur F Funk Dr Luther Luck cochairman comments, of it light includes sort- Nokomis Bank have agreed to raise funds to add recreational lat.r.II
They report the almost have returned to their home at of the fishing reef project submitted to the stacking tires, cutting collect contributions for tha facilities to the guard quarters
Baden long
I light hours was such a change 174 Venice East Boulevard after with G. H. (Sarg) Williamson, neer, P. O. Box drilling hol... project. Donations may betaken Ex-Sheriff Roy ,of The bogs of Cape CocIaup..
; ville I, Fla. before than tires will be or mailed to either bankIn recognized ai a master preparing port cranberries
to ours. The sun would usually a month in the east. In Glen said the Gibba donation will be 6,000 I those in H
fish fry, wee
.i, not act untIl'1 about 11:30 p.m Rock, N. J., they visited their used to pay the cost of a our The project making up the ref. care of the Venice Junior fish for a at the cook Jersey, blueberries.n
I 3 and it would only be like our son and family, the Wilbur vey by the U. S. Army Corps approved by the cost of the reef is ex- Chamber of Commerce Artificial engaged to preside i
dusk and then It would rise John Funks. The of Engineers after the reef hi 3 ice, the Sarasota to reach $2.500, Includ Fishing Reef Committee.The fire.That rub. iI I Ancient Egyptians
younger been built. mission and the fees, metal Jaycees hope to complete was the
gain at 2:30: a.m. Funks now have five children. The reef will be constructed ida. Besides giving machinery, concrete, the project "before rough Baden 11 1 a candidate for theft heads a. a sign of maul
( Although! the Swedish people The newest arrival has been under water approximately al, the city transportation, barge weather Sheriff. The guard, ai a mill- In,.
have beautiful beaches both on named Wilbur John Funk Jr. 1800 feet offshore, due west of fee for the original I -
II the sea side and on the Atlantic to the State
the Venice
new beach pavilion, fiBBgMiBaiKinBBHBBuwwBMii "
,I '. side, they go to Spain for On Staten Island, the Funks and' about 8.440 feet southwest ment Board.
r" holidays. The other Incentive were houseguests of Mrs of the ] 221 Dr.
Jetty light at degreesIt Luck said a
I 'H! for these vacations ia the money Charles Granger. While there will consist of concrete- ute has been New Low Pric es On All Beer

exchange However the Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryan en. weighted automobile tires, con will remain in
)!' IIedeens were there to see crete debris, tile, pipe and project has been
I, tertalned eight couples, all old FAVORITE Bf R
!I Sweden and Norway and they rock, according to the application Currently, the old POPULAR BEER
1 had many relatives who had friends of the Funks at a dinner PREMIUM BEER
filed by the Jaycees with
are being rodded .
/ summer end country homes at party in their honor The the Army Engineers The reef weighted with Old| M.wtuUp.w| lath OlD MlLWAUICH
1 the sea They spent weekend Funks are NOT complainingof will be semi-circular in shape !x>ttorn wells. BUDWEISER MILLERS Barvtrlan Canadian Ace Nafl. VAR./AH/
,i In Onsala, on the Ore Sound the Venice heat as they experienced with n radius of 1,000 feet and The work . "h"I SCHLITZ BALLENTINE ALE Bohemian Billantine Beer IUSCH
and at the Island of Mast rand will\ i marked by an anchoredspar thr i evenings, Falstaffi
weather at 98 and 99
and there visited the famous
buoy at the center point of nesday and
Fort which In the 12th century degrees at several places on the semicircle o'clock until dark, 16pak $ 6 peak
wu won or lost at IntervMs by their trip. Top of the reef will be not day afternoons on i 18 112 or. 78ci
either the Danes, the Swedes or Bottles
T 98C
', i the Norwelgions In Gotenburg ,

I they at the made Park their Avelue headquarters Hotel and I State Received Half Billion In I cans 12-oz.cats .pM.... -

used their temporary residenceto
entertain the many people Floridans received $253.669.- for much of the 30 per Florida amounted
who had been entertainingthem. 000 under federal grants-in.aid cent Increase in last year's figure 000 and included
Here they met Ingemar programs during the fiscal year Elimination of this amount as $40,000,000 for Low Prices On All Popular Soft Drinks
Johansen who with his wife 19621963, almost 30 per cent from the Florida total showsa sistance; $ ,
and brother were also vacationing more than during; the previous 10 per cent increase, still pendent children;
ft the Park Avenue. year, the Florida State Chamber -' above the national gain of six 000 for the blind INCLUDING Ceca Cola. ) DIet
The Heedens voyage over was of Commerce reports per cent. disabled This PepsiCo a. Driaks. 7-Up. Canada Drjj
on the Kungsholm and they re- These programs are devised Florida received $53675000 cluded the $37,948, and other popular soft drinks.
I turned on the Grlpsolm both In general, to assist the state for highway construction under refugees; $8,623,000 16-ci. REGULAR SIZE KMG
Swedish American liners and local governments with these I Aboard ship they met many interesting education, highway construction year Schools (principally public ' for unemployment 6 pak C 6 pak 0
people Mr. and Mrs. and I
public health and to ) received $23,183,000 in tion.
O. Berg (Mollv Goldberg of help individual overcome personal such aids as carton em ffm carton 35c c3S1'D17
Radio fame), 01- Olsen, radio misfortune. Of the total, maintenance, to
announcer and D D. Graham, $180 million was paid to state i lunches constructlon'j log, the wolf and deposit" deeppoeet(
the Canadian Ambassador to or local governments, mostly For public are one.
Sweden Mr. H deen. a Shriner in 'matching' funds and $74 $19,171,000 was
from attended the Mansfield, Ohio Club million was paid directly to individual state and included hospital I)!! ;.PRICES EFFECTIVE EVERY DAY IN KWIK CHEK STORE VENICE
the Hi"h Noon Club Floridians. construction and a multitude of)

;1, meeting Shin Mr.of Hedeen the Masons won the aboard prize Cuban Payment refugees of $38 in Florida million ac-to research Special projects.aids to individuals in 1 f I ,.. J .1" -- '1 K; il y... .i..L: : 1 11 .i'\ilr."iJ'I.Mk 1 :: >.'. .. . .


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{1 LUNCHEON FOR FOLK mains, slice into rounds and H teaspoon cinnamon

Just right when a few friends halye each removing any 2 pounds peaches, pared and 1
4 come for a noontime chat. seeds Peel peaches and cut sliced to make 1 quart
Manhattan Clam Chowder away from pits In edges. Arrange 2 tablespoons butter
Basket of Crisp Toast oranges, peaches and 1 cup flour
and Crackers grapes on romaine. Stir cheese 1H teaspoons baking powder
Luncheon Fruit Platter into sour cream, distributingwell 1/4 cup shortening, melted '" 4 by
/ Luncheon Fruit Platter serve as a topping for 1 egg
4 oranges the fruit platter. Makes 4 servings V4 cup milkIn s ffciIT'S

4 peaches a glass baking dish ((10 by \ P Y
2 cups stemmed seed'jssgrapes FAMILY SUPPER 4V NUWbED
6 by 2 Inches) stir together 2/3
Homey peach dessert with a
cup sugar, the tapioca, 1/4 tea. 1
Itomaine or other salad topping that is not rich
greens Fish Fillets with Tomato Sauce spoon salt and' the cinnamon. ) F PIZE
'Lightly fold in peaches dot
% pint commercial ;
cream sour Peach Brown Cobbler Rice Salad BeveraePearh Bowl with butter. Stir together the ( , ) t v

*4 cup crumbled blue cheese Cobbler I flour, baking powder 1/3 cup 1
sugar and H teaspoon salt; FABULOUS-IT'S GIGANTIC! y t
I loosely packed (about 3 2/3 plus 1/3 cup sugar
ounces) I 1% tablespoons quick-cook add shortening, egg and milk; -- -
beat only until smooth .p
Cut rind away from oranges log tapioca about _
so white I 1 !\2 minute. Spoon evenly over
no membrane 1/4
re- plus 1/2 teaspoon salt
peaches spreading with soatula - ; DON'T MISS THIS TERRIFIC OPPORTUNITY TO
Bake in a moderate (350 / ,,
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: ; :i'w: WI browned and cake tester Inserted WIN ONE OF THE HUNDREDS OF WONDERFUL

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boys. -- Mr. John Chapman of RI,,

"WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK"i / Mrs. Dorothy Ripley has returned Boulevard has returned f* I
i Noko'.lALJC'1/ngs! from Lakeland where his trip to Michigan. Hi,, IOQ:?
I she was a delegate to the was taken to the hospital and
: ; I II Ij school of Christian Service of his trip was saddened when Uu
I Teens Analyze Early Marriages the Methodist Church. She was son passed away. The synih.

I Mrs. Basil Bowen of Nokomis letter from him and wonder of the Venlre-Nokomls appointed delegate Methodist from we thy are of all glad goes to have out to him him ..j
the back
has been much concerned wonders it was mailed on
was amongst all his) frlenda.Slx.y..r
Are last and she received Church. Mrs. Vents Moon .
I teen-age marriages the about her grandson Douglas, a Thursday
also a
result of an attempt by the medical corpsman assigned to It on Saturday) Faster than also a delegate. She is ld
Miranda rild.
f, )youngsters escape problems the USS Tlconderoga, In what local mail sometimes Mrs. district officer. Miss often leave chlmpin.zees ,.
at home h'ENAGERS yyNO might be called a real hot spot. Bowen says her letters to him Ripley was also a delegate the family
circle for two
I e Some sociologists think they However, Saturday her fears take about nine days to be delivered MY?. So the local VeniceNotkomln at time or three davi
well a
*re. And half she had The Military does Church was
4 "4' nearly the young were allayed when s ..
jl c' people we have Just questioned fr -
iI ',? are in agreement with this
}1 Viewpoint. A plurality say that
i the teen-age brides and grooms
they; have known wanted to getaway
I from home difficulties.
: However, only 44 per cent of -
the boys felt this way as compared -
I with 52 per cent of the
} girls +''.. s '
Donald Horton, 17, of Chico- r a
Pee, Mass, expressed the feel- Ili:
ings of many of the youngsters +
when he said: "Teen-agers
''J, want to feel grown up and
en't at home." And Sharon

,1 tl Rose Wells 16, of West Baden, }.? r jqwMN
t Inc., said: "Young people marry ,
I to escape from home because C A' 1h W1k
they think they can prove
they are old enough to make

Parents To Blame
Some of the youngsters 4 dv

placed the blame on the par ilAi
ents. Anita Cohen, 15, of New
York City, said: "Many par . .
ents nag kldi so much they r >l k 'r 7f'4 '

art forced to." Kaye Swanson, youth commented: "We have
I '7, of Michigan City, Ind., said: a large family and who

strict Sometimes and the the kids parents are too wouldn't want to get away N P C PersonalsFour i 7
"want to get from the noise." I
out on their own And this
i comment from Michael Ried There were varying opinions
er, 18, of Philadelphia: "A however about the reasons for
teen-ager will force his love on teen-age marriages North Port Charlotte ery last Saturday morning at
someone else if he doesn't receive Janet Spegel, 17, of Camden, boys returned home Friday after the Venice Hospital. Mrs,
any; affection from his N. J., thought some of them spending 12 days at the Frank la getting along fine and
family." resulted from "parents pushIng Good Council Camp at Floral hopes to be home soon.
A Saskatchewan, Canada children into dating City, The boys were Paul Robinson Mr. and Mrs. George Doan
youn,." Bill Redersen, IS, ot and the three Page and daughter Lynn will leave
--- '-- Wantagh, N. Y.. thought It brothers, Harry, Ray and John tomorrow for Highland, Ind.,
YOUR quite simple: "It's Just that al ny. The camp is sponsored by to visit with their daughter,
things are happening earlier the Catholic Churches. Mr. and Mrs. Norma Lynch and her
these days. Mrs. Paul Palmeter on Talbot family. From there they planto

II: CAR A whopping 79 per cent of the Street drove up to the camp drive on up to Mancelona,
youngsters thought their own last week to bring the boys Mich. to see Mrs. Doan's mother -
-by. parents were giving them suf- home. Young Paul is their Mrs. Emma Besaw. The
; Doana have purchased a large
ficient opportunity to try their .
Bill Phillips )I The Rev. Charles Cuthbertson tent and plan] to stop off and .
Baying a med ear? Ask Treated Like Baby his daughter Terry and camp along the way. Mr. Doan
abort! the chassis lubrication Mrs. Vern Dodgson returned said they would camp In the
Interval. How often are the Bruce Huner, 18, of Glasgow home this week from Camp Great Smoky Mountains in THE
front wheel bearings lubricated Mont., said he didn't be- I Florida, where they spent two Tennessee.
lieve in too much freedom, but will her vacation ,
on this model? And what Is weeks. Mr. Cuthbertson served Lynn cut
the recommended engine oil added: "On the whole, my parents a s athletic director for the trip short to return to classesat I
change period T Also find out if let me do anything within camp, which is sponsored by Florida State University at
the car has a warranty from limits A 17-year-old Monte the Independent Baptist I Tallahassee on Sept. 4. This is i
the factory, and what it cov rey, CalIf., boy, David Keisura, Churches on the West Coast of her lophmore year
en. said: "My parents let me do Florida. Others attending the
I 1m most states when yon ..toI mostly what I want, but they camp were Mrs. Evelyn Sharp, GETS HIS WISHHOPKINSVILLE
I late a traffic law, it is classifieds also let me know when they who served as Camp Nurse for
a misdemeanor. The felony don't like me to do something one week; Miss Marie Reouch, Ky. AP)
offenses generally are those ." And this word from who helped in the kitchen; Bob -When Kentucky signed Tom BIGGESTDIME
that cause or may cause Injury Sharon Myers, 16, of Louisville, Emrich, Danny Harris, Sandra my porter of Christian County
or death or heavy property Ky.l "Of course my parentsare Henry, Marilyn Sharp and High to a basketball scholar.
daman Interested Richer Inwanee premiums log, but they allow me to be Mr. and Mrs. Trammil and returning Tommy's visit.
fir ears with 'extremely' powerful pretty independent and I'm their granddaughter Ann And- Six years ago young Porter,
engines are being considered thankful for it." returned Wednesday then a sixth grader, walked
I erson home last -
by the National Automo There were some interesting after a vacation in into Rupp' office in Lexingtonand
bile Underwriters Association answers from those who Ohio. Ann arrived back in timeto told the coach there was
This group sets rates for fire, thought their parents were celebrate her 15th birthdayon nothing he wanted more thanto
theft and collision but not liability holding them down too much. Wednesday, Aug. 12. Congratulations play basketball for Ken
for 200 companies. Insurance A 15-year-old Denver youth, and many happy tucky.
still going upl"Dependability" Sherry Jorgensen, said: "My returns of the day, Ann.
Is a bigword. parents believe that children Mr and Mrs. Charles Henry The Glass Container Manu.
But our service depart- are children until they become and daughter Sandra, left this facturers Institute has estimated
ment here at BILL PHILLIPS of legal age regardless of ma week for a 10 day trip to that the average milk bottle
FORD in Venice is founded 16,
Said Quate
'ennsylvania makes 33 trips from dairy to
upon it. We guarantee the workwe of Wickliffe Ohio: "They treat Mr. and Mrs George Guthrieon home and back again. Returnable YOU EVER SPEND
on It's done
right and me like a little baby and Maureen Avenue left last beer bottles make 28 trips
your car will function oldest"One
correctly when supposed to be the week for Boston, Mass, and and soft drink bottles 25.
finish Stop hv thus our weekat experts of the moat unusual re- New Jersey where they will
plies came from a 16-yearoldI visit friends and relatives and
FORD, and
get dependable care for Philadelphian I who said bluntly will' see the New York World's : - goes to buy your !
your ) newspaper
: "My parents are too liberal Fair before returning home after ,, ,

car.Stitch In time: Paint your especially where driving and Labor Day. 1 l'c; .
name and address on the back sex are Involved Mr. and Mrs. Coy Van Atta }"
of your license plates before are back at their home on
putting them on your car. Then Lgress Avenue after a vacation Nowhere else can you get such a tremendous '
if you lose one there Is a good A hunter may shoot English in Findlay, Ohio. 'oi
;J '
chance it will be sent back to sparrows, crows, starlings, Mrs. Francis Longtin and son return on so small an investment! And no newspaper Is
fOIl.I black and turkey vultures at Gary recently returned from
I any time. All other birds are their vacation trip north. *\ more important than the one that serves your community.
!i Po'
strictly protected by law. I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fisheron
Sooner Street are happy to ,
have their gr.nd'children'l h
I, and Gail Fisher visiting here t I THE GONDOLIER provides its readers with a :
r ; ..".
r will from both Miami attend Butch Daily and Vacation Gail l II /, permanent record of all the important events and hap ",

Bible School at the Baptist penings of the South County area. No other medium of
j Church while they are here. I I! a,' .
Jeanne Hancock and the I communication offers comparable coverage. ,," '
three children, lara, Brookie'
H : and Eric arrived home this Don't) let Intruders spoil that pic-
: week after a two week vacation ure. Your furniture and are .
; with her parents in At. free from moths and decay . Of equal importance is the growing advertising

Charles anta, Ga.Kenney Jeanne's and sister five, Mrs chil. when you store with us. The lineage. Your 10 cent investment assures you of the best ';

dren Gretchen, Charles, Clifton Jr.and, Gwynne Ginnette, proof Is ponitie.PROTECTEDntoraget prices, values and quality that your merchants have to };':' :

arrived by bus Sunday from THINK OF offer ( ,i
their home In New Orleans, j .,, r
La. They plan to visit here for '..
a couple of weeks 'r;;1.\:
,' :
Mrs. Alan Dagg Is back home , The DIME may be the smallest coin in our currency /
this week from the Venice Hospital t' '
BUT when The .
where she spent three you you ::

weeks attack. after suffering a heart .11IIAttention double your investment a thousand fold. :

Mrs. Edward Frank of Bum-

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hundreds of students on campususf!

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matter how young BOW mart building a "college-aid :

egg" today. Open a bank,wri/iyi account here right now; IF SO please check driver's ry, r" .
tI add to it reoWor/y// / your '
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