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: September 21, 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: VID00235
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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A New County? 'T was No Joke 18 Years Ago ..I t III

Ef W. EARL' ACMANNH Laurel resident and a Venice as the official name of the But to the citizens of that the "orphan child" stretched in the GONDOLIER article northwest end of the county 'i,

today s GONDOLIER head- businessman" caught fire Immediately proposed new county. day their grievances were all the way from the City of proposing the new county was "They felt that too little attention

should blareCOUNTY and backed by an Today's residents, fortified very real. There was not a Sarasota to the Charlotte that "Sarasota City has) was being paid to "
|line: PROpOSED overwhelmingly favo r a b I e with the knowledge that the single school in the City of County line, a distance of 30 grown to the point where its their affairs; that they were :
: SPLIT AS- sentiment the proposal! soon Venice area now has its shareof Venice, the roads were very miles 14,000 or so population out of not getting a square deal, and I "I
CITY SEEN SECTiON moved out of the "talking" good roads, Increasingly poor and through the insidious It is easy to see why Engle. the county's estimated 10,000 that formation of a new county qi

BEST FOR SOUTHERN Venice- stage good school facilities, a proposed districting of the five county wood would be hopelessly out- residents, completely domi- was the only solution to :
[ ," citizens of '' Committee FormedA south county branch of commissioner districts, the numbered In voting strength nates the present county government their problem. That's how :
I d Immediately" ask, committee was formed of the courthouse and strong south county had practicallyno since the bulk of district 4'. picture" Sarasota County came into I I
"what's the joke? representative citizens, from representation on the board representation in the governing population was concentratedin Similar Case being I
gut 18 years ago July 3, Osprey south to the Charlotte of county commissioners, body of the county. and near the City of Sara The article points out, "a "We, too, in the district ..
be exact such a County line, to investigate all would find It hard to under In '
;1946 to All Sarasota quarter of a century ago the from Osprey to Englewood, I
bold headline did appear in phases of the new county proposal stand why such an idea as a All five districts had their sota.The Venice area, althoughIn people in the southern end of have long been in that very !
the Venice Gondolier and the ; the City of Venice was proposed new county could heads in the City of Sarasota district 3, was very little Manatee County found themselves same situation The City of ;

citizens of Venice weekend tentatively chosen as the gain favor so quickly with with the districts running better off since its voting in exactly the positionwe Sarasota, our county seat, la I I
livery seriously for county seat; and through a otherwise level headed repre- south like five fingers from strength was also centered in now find ourselves in, with located in the extreme northwest '
The movement to form anew contest the name of "Gulf sentative citizens of the Ven- a hand. For example district Sarasota. Bradenton, the county seat, portion of Sarasota !

county as proposed "by a View County" was suggested ice area. 4, of which Englewood was The chief reason advanced located up in the extreme (Continued on page Z) I

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Serving the Fasted Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey, Laurel!, Nokomis, Venice, South Veniee, Venice Gardens, Venice East Englewood, North Port Charlotte


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oath In Long Coma North Porth Charlotte:

lowly Imp."ovingCHARLES Protested Budget Adopted ,

r A. KOCH rolled over twice, and lodged of the Gottfried Creek bridge

need by Milton wire. The 1950 model car wasa son, Jr. was found seriously By; SAM DILLON
.on, of Englewood, "Gig"I complete wreck as it came Injured some 60 feet from the Venice's city; budgetwas
jr recovering to rest in a ditch just south scene. He had sustained NORTH PORT CHAR- held up as a model

a-the result of an unfor- severe head injuries, a fractured LOTTE An adamant City for North Port Charlotteto

',ttuto accident. right thigh, injury to Commission passed a slightly follow during Thurs

i nj Nielson was 16 last! the right eye, and other cutsand watereddown version of the day's citizens' meeting in

,itla, which seems a long' bruises.It disputed 1964.65 budget at a the NPC CommunityHall.
special meeting .
e mice that dark morning has never been determined lam-packed
June 1961 when the Thursday morning in the City Claude E. Kean, a Civic t e
k In how young Nielson became ( .,y 1
Hall with what described a
was Association officer displayed
of Milton Nielson, Sr., involved in the acci-
afterwards as "steamroller"tactics the bound i
i fit Avenue, Grove City dent. Investigation revealed neatly
volume of Venice's annual
tend seriously injuredI that the car had been stolen The commission had adjourned report and budget with its P
Route 775, south of earlier that evening from a heated
after a session comparative figures listed a
'ewood. local parking lot. His family Monday night with a motion side by side, saying "This 9
3ij" received severe head "/he has been their In-
tr to take the comments Is the way a budget shouldbe
rlet which placed the boy vestigation on the theory that on the budget under advise- prepared and present
i deep coma. Although far their son was struck down as ment. During the Monday ed." (

i till recovery, he has he walked along the highway: meeting, the commission had I.
i marked improvement r tad The youth was rushed to s approved an amendment by
smiles have now wiped Sarasota hospital and a delicate Commissioner Thelma Roeder crowd of 450 to 500 persons,

7 the traces of grief and rrV brain operation was performed whittling the budget total and charges that the budgetwas

,Iir on family faces. t by a neurosurgeon. from $62.464 to $60,369 and reducing padded
never, the parents must This saved the lad's life but the proposed ad va Cut Again
; back on three years ande he remained unconscious, lorem tax levy from seven to The second amendment to
months of intensive Treatment with hypothermia six and one-half mills the budget at Thursday's

that took them to the _' --_ machines reduced further The amended budget still meeting also offered by

hi of despair, through a MILTON (Gig) MELSON brain damage, and hydro- drew a storm of protest and Mrs. Roeder pared an additional

?Ills for survival, into a ._i before the accident (Continued on page 2) criticism from an indignant $4OOO-plull from the
tie search for aid, and previously amended budget
the long period of pray- GERMAN LENSMAN and reduced the tax levy by '
another mill.
ind Improvised home As adopted Thursday, the h r tiAl >
e, which, at long-last, ap- stands at $56,178 --- ----- e .

r to have "Gig" on the Finds Area Teens 'Unique'A budget and the now mlllage was cut to CITIZENS' COMMITTEE of 11 members, budget Thursday morning by the City Commission t
j to
How recovery. five and one-half mills, its appointed from among these residents of will study what can bt done about
Happened present level.Thursday's. North Port Charlotte at the conclusion ofa the commission's action I I
t 11:30: on the morning of
meeting sched- of
e 18, a car careened off photographer who talks country. He Is combining this not kin Chuck Koch is a uled for 10 am. in the City protest meeting over passage a $56,178

'e 775, In Englewood, like a philosopher and thinks with a visit to his long-time lar contributor of regu-I smaller
Hall, drew a slightly '
like an engineer is in our friend, James Warring and stories and photographs least SO persons unable even the Community Hall was delayed : City Clerk Horace Rice to
crowd estimated at 150 to 200
midst, both to his delight and James mother, Mrs. Helen GONDOLIER). of the to get inside the building. more than half hour read the budget ordinance.
Word meeting
e enice Smokes that of the many Floridians Warring, of 212 S. Park Blvd. Mike Is here to photograph reportedly persons was spread door- Every available seat was until seating arrangementscould I Commissioner William H.
[ he is meeting. (Mike Koch and our own "young America" and its to-door; throughout the com- taken and standees were be made for the com I McGee immediately moved '
This triple-threat visitor Is Charles (Chuck) Koch of En- schooling for the Frankfurter munity Wednesday night following packed in like sardines mission. for adoption of the 1964-65

handsome year-old Mike glewood have the same last Kulturkrels. So far, since his the posting of a noticeon Police officers were on handto Passage of the disputed and budget which was approved
ess Shrinks (Michael) Koch of Frankfurt, name and have much In com- arrival Sept 1, he has only the City Hall bulletin board quell any possible disturbance twice-amended budget at unanimously by the other I I
Germany who is on a photo. mon in that both are first- met young Venetians and all shortly before closing time and to keep the audience Thursday's meeting took members of the City Commission ,

graphic assignment to this rate photographers, they are these are In the teenage that afternoon from taking over the area behind hardly 15 minutes betweenthe over the loudly vocal

'iiy's i Budget ,. .l I bracket, he said. He and Big Turnout the counter reserved for opening and closing gavels protests of virtually the en-
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< ra u
James plan to visit Manatee I The small City Hall officeIn the mayor and commission Just long enough: in fact tire audience.
l ti1 P Junior College this week, New the shopping center was ers. for Commissioner Roeder to Immediately after voting,
oJe OT of cigarettes In Venice College when possible and jammed to the doors, with at Monday night's meeting In offer her amendment and for (Continued on page 8))
during July with only i University of Miami and University .
*.7J in refund from the of Florida within the

\t.cent.a-pack state tax re- H kor next few weeks. Okays ,1

,Roger ed by as City compared Clerk Harry with The photography is a hob 1st Christian Rotarians Elect County ,

m 8lln by, begun some five years

;l'per July cent figure decrease represented under make ago. He a likes profession it "too of well"it, he to Church Given Voter Deputy; j I
his chosen
said, and added that Vaughn
1 time month and is the \ career of metallurgy is I'
Ins several months Meade Demurs i

'IV' $10
000 mark. .tl large extent Influenced by his Howard Vaughn, president -
Bowing to Printers Ink parents, Mr. and Mrs Wil--I The Rev. C. M. Peery of of Venice-Nokomis Bank, County Commissioners said 1

'jane, the advertising t t't ) helm Koch, who wish him to Venice First Christian Churchof was elected president of the Thursday they would foot the I I'

JreUes Initythehe sale of l'' ti enter his father's Frankfurt the Disciples of Christ an- Venice-Nokomis Rotary Club bill for a deputy registrar in

United x? manufacturing plant which nounced the receipt of the last week to fill out the un- the South County, but Super-
2 wr the first six months I+ I j visor of Registration Virginia ,
produces non-ferrous metal church's charter from the expired term of John Elkins I
were off 5.7 per cent To this end the died 18 !Meade reportedly demurred.The I
11 we and plastic wares. Secretary of State at Fraser, who on Aug. :
a result tame period In 1963 he Is studying at Aachen University Sept. 13 morning worship after serving less than two a kk, 'i deputy would accept
of the surgeon. Cologne wherehe voter registrations for the November i r
eral'l near service. months of his term
, on smoking begins his fourth year in Members held their first Dr. Leon D. Terry was general elections un- : i
''* mid-November. service 2, elected vice-president and til the books closed Oct 3. I
many worship on Sept. '
of the the city's Mike's photography is good 1962, and the church was organized Secretary A. Walter Johns Mrs Meade told commissioners "
OVer theg $10,000amark enough to have earned him and began receiving was elected to the board of that dates for the I' '
whether this te two exhibitions by the Kultur members In April 1963 Cur directors to fill the vacancyon istration of voters In reg'I'I
Purchase of big drop In ',. kreis In addition to his get rent membership is 65 that body. Earl N. P. w"r"wt South County have been
cigarettes in .
y It! due to the ting pictures which will express During the year the church Rawles, continues as treas oughly advertised and I I ,
'IIIral'l' aurgeon- >o he hopes the activities has taken an option on a urer. her office is open year-round. e
,, Portion report of or Venice's whether clt-: a of young people here, he 5.12-acre> tract of land on East Vaughn announced District She said it would require afull I ( ?
' Is also working on a projectof McIntyre year to thoroughly traina I
? were on vacation Is Venice Avenue and plans to Governor Chauncey W. '
d determine his own. begin construction of a building of St. Petersburg, deputy registrar and that I' :
''n the' For some time he has held her office already Is working f
other within The Rev. would the local club an
hand, the sales a year pay
the theory that there is a night and day to keep up.
COllected in Sarasota think. Jr.. Peery, who Is from Brad official visit on Oct. 29, and
flip tOOk correlation betyeen the enton and interim that there would be a 6:30 .. Commissioner Masel C. i
a sizeable Jump its linguistic serving as -_ .. : I
of and J
July to 349721. but drop- a which pastor, said.Services I p.m. cook-out at Tarpon Center Huston of Venice reported to r
"i construction, : J. HOWARD VAVCIIV Mrs Meade and fellow commissioners
August to $318,838 But are now being heldat : next Thursday, Sept 24
be contrasted with and
'n can
that he has received
over' Was a lai. of $32.- pointed up by comparisonwith the Masonic Temple with Instead of the regular noon Zacharlas described the assignment number of telephonecalls I kr
August when .wgipetK* ,apa church school at 9:15: am. luncheon meeting. a
JIM : a different language and to political parties, from wishing to II
the was colleJied.7eantlm the thinking of the people and morning worship at 10 Tom :a .grit/Inl: -! the caucuses, the electionand register in persons the South County i ii rt 1

/( the Sara- who speak it. mCharles arias, C. E RayJoelson the school of legislative, without having to make the
'Id In tax col- HI. English Is extremely Clemmons, elder, Is -the four boys representing -'' he being elected to the Sen trip to Sarasota. l '
, July 1964: was $171. fluent which he credits to chairman of the church the Venice High
healthy Increase over board. Other elders are R. School at the recent Boy's ate.Pitts Huston also observed that I
GERMANY, Is combmtaf his friendship with James,
j 1964. vnrw OF1 FRANKFURT, attended the Schoolof the law apparently does allow I I + '
l' Auaust 1964 Ihow. Mike- Tallahassee report-
W. Van Pelt, Homer State at -
181,778 a asslnment with a social visit to and while here he hope. to .
a lain ot $13,93D photwapmc ell and Whlsler ed at Thursday' meeting in Law enforcement and a deputy. He said many p
Larry v
of 212 S. Park Blvd., on his first get the "feel" of our thinkingand
'h tl8Ote379u9uet' 1963 figures friend, James Warring He is shown, left, with James as they contrast this with the Deacons are John Shirley, their; several activities. Joelson related the campaignIng persons complained they had t Pr
this country. not been able to register when
It visit to GONDOLIER files for information about German mind and language. Ted Van Pelt, W. F, Sharen- Landgraf described the of the various interestsand 'I
indicates a healthy in- scanned The to let Von Jacobs, William General Assembly at which after the election of of- a deputy was in the South
'allt In and whools. subject of his assllnment.' He He also promises us berg, 5
lieU OUr tourist' business American youth and his university studies in 'know what he comes up with, George Lester Mintle and time: the city and county officers ficers described the "In au, County during August for a , I w15'l'

'II" In the county's will return in Germany I (Continued 011 page i) (Continued oa page t) were elected uration" of the officers. (Continued; M page Z) ki I'
Dowers Aachen e,
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GONDOLIER. Venice: Fla. Mom Sept. 21. 1964 Obituaries
A New t
__ County'TwasNo

I; _'" ; Youth In Long Coma MILLARD Millard )A.A. M-:eCONir--, 71.t Petersburg.0IIj Donald- Maul and--one 1 p 01 l

of 433 Alhambra Road died child.Services.

I (Continued from page 1) hips and right leg. Medical, tog the boy home, it seemed Joke 18 Years Ago Friday. MacConnel at Venice Hospital.Mr. was a .na. day at 10 were a.l1I.bell p
d,I rR therapy was later applied to supplies and equipment surrounded that a mother's constant car live of Saglnew Mich. Ha Funeral Home at
forestall paralysis due to ex- the bed. Every two and love for her young -was In New Orleans The Rev. Donis ChaPel !
tended inactivity hour. the lad was fed four finally breaking through the (Continued from page 1) the south county, was in fav we find any Capable of governing later lived vales managerof son of St. Dean Pal E
where he was Mark's
', I or of forming a new county, a county, EB I",
followed the
of liquid food dark world surrounding County
With the coma-stricken ounces Rubber Co. He retired Church '
of study U. S. officiating
youth falling to respond to! by one-half cup water. A unconscious youngster. For 'We have no particular Mixed reactions were reported But after deliberation weeks the six years ago, after 30 will be in ArliCemetery Isle 1I
from Englewood, especially. and calm Nib A'a
trachea suction provided one day "Gig" blinked an quarrel with the people ol
treatment after three and pump began with the company: endgame in Fort
of in the movement year ,
In fact some residents leaders My A'k
stood by for then finger Sarasota City. the ,
one-half months and with by friends eye moved a progonents to realize the great !Increased te Venice at that time.
in event of and the of the new county said that community were -
hospital expenses mounting. immediate service and later smiled for ef maintaining He war a member Of St.
tne Nielsen's agreed to trans- strangulation.Weeks) first time In six months the "It's Just natural that they be so strongly opposed to that any the cost public facilities Mark' Men'a Club: Tamlaml I MISS :NEOTA A. pipe
"new county" move necessary
fer their son to the Punta and month. of Improvised family was given signs of are primarily concerned with there talk of circulatinga greatly outweighed" the advantages Amateur Radio Club and Van- : Miss Neota A. Plum
Gorda hospital in Charlotte home-care faced the hope for the boy's recovery. their own problems. They are petition to place the community to be gained by the ice Area Barracks 764 of Vet- 86, of Venice Municipal! Cosr
County Being residents 01: Nielsons unless outside help Improvement Continues an urban district, while we" on record as being formation of) a new county erana of WWI.Survivors er Park died Thurelay srP
that county it was felt that lightened the burden. "Gig's"two Improvement was slow In are(The mainly! a rural Gulf section Shores against the proposal. It appeared and the movement was quietly include Wa widow local nursing home,
county aid could be arranged sisters Janice 10, and the following months but Subdivisions populous, Venice that some residents abandoned.This Mrt. Nina MacConnel; a She was a native ol i i
t The hospital bill alone, Wendy seven and little young Milton became able to South Venice and Venice Gardens East felt ,the "new county" Idea empryonlo revolt In County, Iowa and
had now reached 8000. The brother Wayne five were,' raise and move his head from were not in existence at that foreshadowed an attempt to 1946 against the domination 1 1ST CHRISTIAN Venice from Des Mod tRI'
31-year-old father a World happy to have their brother side to side recognize members time). force incorporation upon En- ef the City of Sarasota did years ago.
War II Marine veteran and home although they could not of the family by looking "For we've been 'or- glewood. accomplish one result, however ' (Continued from page 1)) Miss Plummer war ,?\ I'o'
4 winner of the Purple Heartin understand why he was so at each as their names were phans' years down here, with far Some of the older residents it served as a forceful Richard McClellan. Mea- ber of Venice-Nokomlij o'a
the Iwo Jima Campaign, quiet. But providing 'round- called laugh, lift his arms too little attention being had experienced the pitfalls. warning to future county dames Charles Clemmon, odlst Church.
paidto :
receives a veteran and government the-clock hospital care. in addition and legs and utter sounds our schools and reads. of incorporation previouslyand official that south county Larry: Whlsler, Von Jacobs, Survivors Include he Ti'tl
pension based on 80 to normal requirementsfor It[ was no longer necessaryto "Now under the new redlstrlcting were glad to have the Incorporation residents were no longer con- H. C. Schoeneman R. W. ter Mrs. Oren A. Decker, tld
per cent disability and a a family of six was too feed the boy through tubes, set-up, it Is probablethat dissolved after a tent "to eat crumbs from Van Pelt and Lester Mintleare several nieces and nenlif,
heart condition.Aid great a hardship to endure, aj: he could have soft food we will be neglected still short trial. their master's table" (Cityof deaconesses.The Services will be condo! itt
Licking even by a mother. Removalof ted to him by spoon and eat more with perhaps tot even Other objections came from Sarasota). church pulpit will be by The Rev John I v iti
However upon arrival at the cumbersome cast gave at family meal times which one commissioner *-om the people in the Venice area The dominance of Sarasotawas filled by Dr. Russell Elmer Venice Nokomis Men,,
I the Punta Gorda institution minor relief. eliminated the adversity ol south county to represent us One man, well known in the not overcome at once on Sept. 27 and Oct. 4 while Church pastor. Rawle r
it was learned that admittance Adams Assists round-the-clock feeding on the board In view nt theoverwhelming area pointed out that in but the greatly expanding The Rev. Peery attends the neral Home la In dun
papers had not been Then combination of clr- voting strength creating a new county we population of the south county International Convention in arrangements and f frl rtS0
a Every little new sign of Improvement would create bunch of new twice the rate of Sarasota may call there to
provided that the hospital cumstances provided what which will be wielded by the a ([ Detroit. lean S0e
}I was crowded, there was alack seemed to be a solution to watched and was discussed eagerly by the l City of Sarasota. political offices that would City) "with its resultant voting The local: church Is a mem- date and time of the sent, S0er
of facilities and no the situation Following an School Issue require big salaries. power finally accomplishedwhat bers of Christian Churches era
county aid could be expected.It Englewood speaking engagement happy brother family Wayne as even volunteered young The school question seemed Another prominent citizen the proponents of a new : Disciples of Christ whose erN
was suggested that the Secretary of State Tom to weigh heavily In the south county In 1948 hoped to accomplish headquarters are in Indiana- Help Wanted
attention. With .
play-time and wrote In.toW.
minister bitterness
without the
t Nielsens take the boy to the Adams met briefly with Mi county's grievances and gainKl >olis. The denomination has N
continued the
improvement, have not men capable of governing and heartaches that and than Mete 21 (for
I Sunland Children's Home at ton, Nielson Sr., who acquainted trachea incision was closed much favorable support 8,000 churches more over em d
Fort Myers. Unable to him with the salient allowing "Gig" to return to for' the new county a small community would have resulted in sucha 2 I million members in the department." No eapw; ,
j range admittance that d'i facts' of the predicament. Also normal breathing. "Do you realize," one close like Venice where would move I United States and Canada neceiury. Good p<
the frustrated parents at last while on his return flightto : observer of the school set-up 1 and carries out missionary Chance for advance!.,
j I, I decided to take their son Tallahassee Adams reada Today young Milton read.' declared," that there is not work In 11 countries. It is the with large department
home. account fly recognizes visitors, is even so much as a klndergar. COUNTY OKAYS fifth largest protestantchurch.
detailed newspaper chain.!
eager to shake hands laughsat ten in Smoke Saytlmg Many company '*
"Gig" had lost weight from even though Establishment of the
of the
\ (by this ) boy'scase.
US pounds to 83 pounds and Jokes, and derives great Venice is the largest Incorporated (Continued from page 1)) mrivm local church is being assisted fit. Apply In person

required constant care. It Measure from having his picture population center outside variety of reasons.Cane wnM A*MMV wen. by> the national boards FlorIda -
was necessary to feed him Through a state capitol taken. He raises himself of Sarasota' Irian eeoo Kell A00 Christian Missionary Society I W. T. Grant Co.
food in solution through source the Nielsons were while his mother Virgin! "It Is true that OM grade reason, Huston said, and First Christian Venice, Fli.
nasal tubes. An incision had shortly Informed that "some- massages him and prefers to school at Laurel is only about was that many were working SIP'r Church of Sarasota.
and would be during the 10 to 4 p.m,
should a.m.
been made at the front of his thing sit up while eating. At mealtime three miles north of,Venice
done" in the line of state ale period and couldn't leave
throat, for breathing. A he is brought to the din- and the combined grade-high t
catheter suspended from Admittance to the Sunland tog room in a wheel-chair and school Nokomis Is only one their jobs. Others simply forgot -
", the bed was set in the Niel Children's Home In Fort My now eats the same food as mile north of Venice, and that ; he said. Now Open
sen's living room which ers was arranged for the the rest of the family. Following !- excellent bus transportation The board decided to leaveIt
took the of a youth and he was transported supper he enjoys holdIng facilities are provided for the to the discretion of the _
hospital.A appearance there by ambulance the his fluffy, white cat, children, but there's some- supervisor with the under. Under New Management
cast encaied the boy's following day.However 'Puddles," as he watches thing radically wrong with tending It would underwrite e ,. rEr.
: after a period of elevlslon. a' county school board that deliberately iny coats involved which
The PINES Grill
( the available Commissioner Huston had
time, it appeared refused to correct
A in his smell
AL'LENI care and facilities at theLee high spot this situation said "would not be a lot of -&; ,,-= t
County institution were world was experienced during "Consider: There are about money and would be money wwed BBt Open 7 a.m. 'til 11 p.m. b
I Convalescent and not suitable for the attention the month of August 200 children In the first-to. well spent in my opinion." -.-__ "M'",. Featuring: 8-ox. T-Bone Steak $1.25 n
when he accompanied:: the r
I end treatment required. So, eighth grade here. Of
I Nursing Home groups
antlly on a 3,500 mile tripto Z"' wins ferret i
I once again the parents re- and these approximately 129 are In many parts of Asia farm. tree strike'
/ U
24 Hour Hurting Serv/ce Marmora Ontario return '
turned, with their son, to the from Venice. There are about ers believe the flowering of 328 S. Trail Vi.nluy
Phone Venice 18S-27M Georgia Avenue home. A pleasant vacation war IS pupils in the present inadequate I' bamboo heralds a famine. r
with number of c
Sir mace Dl LEON eve Several weeks after bring I enjoyed a high school at Noko.
Irs. Nielson' aunts and< : mis. Fifty of these studentsare R
0 '" uncles who live near Crow from Venice 15 or so }
SNYDER HEARING AID SERVICE Lake, northwest of Kingston. from Englewood IS from No. :
b'' Moved To "GI," was the center of attention komls and five from Laurel.
at the numerous reunions "Yet there's no school in
'. '' and barbeques and Venice and all we get out of DOWNTOWN ;
I Next Door To Theatre
r' c
kept: a sharp eye on other the Sarasota school board is a ,
: t 13 Yean In Sarasota County. members of the family a.thev promise that someday they'll :

p t 1i.'I' VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE swam, fished and boated. build a modem high school
..j ANDVENICE The Nielsons made frequent here. And what's that prom .
stops In their station ise worth," he added.
COINS wagon at roadside parks Not UnanimousOf VENICE
VENICE'S ONLY COIN SHOP where they camped and cooked course, not everyone in I 4
WE BUY COINS I on the leisurely trip. A .
comfortable ride was assured
CALL 488.1880 Milton Jr. by the donation ofan
,. adjustable stretcher bythe First & Finest Shopping AreajL
Hunter Ambulance Service Trooper Bill
of Punta Gorda.
The courageous little famIly '
r has arrived back at their ; DAZZLING SPARKLING
Grove City home where a says! ..
r LOOK ADFADI party was held last SaturdayIn
I ,:
honor of "Gig's" sixteenth YPassengers BARGAINS VALUES!

birthday. The young man received
I money and candy and ... Q
had a second helping of cake ,
and Ice cream.
All of his friends are pullIng DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP
f NOW! for his speedy recovery.So In
i stopped vehicle
with friends, family and 29c OFF SCOREThe
l faith his who knows should always get out of MEN! take inches off waist.
READY ABLE WILLING. . but that on the side the car on the curb side. Clean Hair Cream" your
coming year may Drivers who have SCHICK STAINLESS STEEL BLADES
parked their PLUS 3
TO SERVE THE PUBLIC\ bring Just that MANDATE the underwear that SLIMS
vehicles should be
especially $1.39 value - $1.07 tax Incl.
L M. PROFFIT Now the third largest cartful In opening their door
I INS. AGENCY producer
of shrimp in the U. S., to get out Swinging the door 231 W. Venice Are-488.6116-Medkal Center Bid* Phone 4U-I620 225 W. Venice Ave
NEXT DOOR TO LAUREL P. O. Florida I is fast moving into too widely Into oncoming traffic

P. O. Box 24 Ph. 488-4313 I the No. 1 spot, the Florida may cause a serious accident ! '

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t tt'I' '
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too good for Bill! He's a saver at Sarasota Federal where we got DIVE
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eggs and bacon for lunchor !
brunch, its also delicious
with cold meat loaf and salad r
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i But whatever m"i" vM.r THIS| 99 ;
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} teaspoons cup sifted baking flour powder Mar-Crest Citation Biscuits Limit One With 9
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cup butter or margarine lirait' Four ggggggg
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4Th.. GONDOLIER Venire. Fla. Mon. Sept 21, 1964

_ _- -_. .: .,._... I LT Tryouts For First Play Charlie Hagerman SpeaksAt

Set For 8 p.m. WednesdayTryouts

t 4r for the opening- playof which have been chosen for Demo Meet Here Today
the local theater season, this season. Two additional
"Come Blow Your Horn" will plays art under considerationat
lake place Wednesday at 8 this time for productionnext '
p.m. at the Little Theatre at spring.All I' Miss Charlie Hagerman, '' htl es,
Venice airport. persons who have checked Sarasota County Tax Collector
An opportunity will be out scripts are requestedto and candidate for>reelection x rtd
: i fji liven all those attending, regardless return them to Dr. Luck's will be guest speaker at (
of previous theatrical office by tomorrow. the meeting of Democratic '1. FM ''d
experience, to audition for Volunteers for backstagework Women's Club of South Sar -
4 ;' the roles of three women and are also requested to sole County today at 8 p.m.
i 1j four men The play, a hilarious attend the tryout for signup, at Sarasota Federal Savingsand
j comedy, will afford the with duties to be assigned at Loan Assn. communityroom
Ingenue on excellent oppor a later date .
tunity for Interesting and Mrs. Mary Taylor will preside
; painless theatrical experience In the absence of President -
f : according to Director Miss Nancy Fann Mrs. Adeline Ballard and
George Mahar. Vice-President Miss Elaine
The play, which will open Takes Church Job Tempas,
Nov. 4 for a four-night run, I Miss Hagerman will speak
f w r : Is the first of three plays I I In Mississippi on the role of women in politics -
and stress the Importanceof
'r.i'A : : their vote. The public Is
_, : := Servicemen From invited.
During the business session
Navy, Air Force two; delegates and two alternates -
r e' @ to the Oct. 8-10 state
In Week's NewsService
Democratic convention at Miami
Beach will be elected. Also -
news this week attending the convention
concerns two Navy men and as delegates will be the club
NEW SCUBA DIVERS Roger Dickens (sect County Civil Defense Underwater Rescue an Air Force cadet. president, and Mrs. Mary
t ond from left) and Joedy Klimas (right) Team and the Venice Grouper Snooper Navy Lt Cmdr William C. Gibbs, member who is vice-
I completed a 20-hour Instructional course in Scuba Diving Club Instructors for the Jauer, son of Mrs. Florence president of the Seventh Congressional
safe scuba diving last Saturday. The comprehensive course were Dr. Douglas Williamson. Mrs. Lauer of 617 N. Tamlami District and Sarasota -
course given on four consecutive Williamson and Jim Reid Next classes in Trail, 1 Is one of the 185 students County State committee-
Saturdays was sponsored by the Sarasota January will be limited to five applicants. attending the commandand woman.
staff course at the U S. Refreshments will be served
j Naval War College at Newport . f after the meeting by a
Key Club Dance Elizabeth Llebach VNWC Party R. I. The Navy's highest ter i'rwlne committee headed by Mn

t Is Honoree At educational institution, Madeline Porter. J--
More Drew 28 GuestsSeven the War College was foundedin Miss Hagerman Is roundingout -I
j Presages St. Leo's College 1864 to prepare officers her twentieth year as MISS CHARLIE HAGERMAN
tables of bridge were for higher command.The county tax collector. Prior to ever elected to head the FlorIda -I ticlpation in various coffees
t; : A Venice High School Key Elizabeth Carolyn Llebach, in play at the Venlce-Nokc-' 10-month resident NANCY CAROL FANN his, she was with the City of County Tax Collectors and fish fries for area Democratic
Club dance on Sept 11 was daughter of Mr. and Mrs Al- mis Woman's Club social card : course la offered to specially Miss Nancy Carol Fann, Sarasota tax department Assn She assumed the officeof candidates before Uu
attended by 300 students and fred Eric Llebach of Nokomis party Wednesday at the North selected commanders and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. first as clerk and then as president in June at the November elections.
netted the club $73, Paul was one of the honored Harbor Drive clubhouse.An lieutenant-commandere, office D. Fann of 1108 Myrtle Ave., manager. A native of Sarasota state meeting of the group in The members man the West
Peden, dance chairman, said students et St. Leo's College arrangement of tea roses ers of comparable rank in accepted a position as ChristIan she was graduated from Jacksonville. Miami Avenue Democratic I
Music was provided by the scholarship convocation on was used as a centerpiecefor the other military services, education director with Sarasota High School and a Included in fall plans for Headquarters from 9 a.m. to
"Coachmen" A s e con dt Sept 9.Mise the refreshment table. and certain civilians in comparable the Associate Reform Presbyerian local business college. the local club are election of 5 p.m weekdays and from I
dance time and place to be Llebach was named to Small slams were bid and ( seniority from U. S. ; Church in New Albany, She was the first woman officers in November and par. a.m. until noon on Saturdays

announced later, will be held the dean's list for high aver made by Mrs. F. B. Larsen Government Kenneth agencies of Mss. and began her work P' .... ., H, .,a.".,... ..... ..... _r.... ""TI' rHHI-",_ ----,.
within the next few weeks. age work during the spring and Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter Kitchel 17, son there last week
and Tresher and Jr.. and Mrs Lawrence E. I
Miss Thelma
semester, according to Dr.
Current civic project of the She completed her four Nr.
t Mrs. Paul Nowland. Door Kitchel of 79 Lemon Bay
club is construction of a VHS Clara Olson, dean of academic -, rears college work in pey-
affairs. prize winners were MesdamesBert Drive, left Friday after aweek's
welcome sign which will be here chology: and social science in
Tremayne, N. V. visit following
placed at the school entrance and Robert Davis completion of his basic train. three :years and received herB.
,,,;. as soon as it is completed "Hobo Forty", Is Hostesses were Mesdames ing at U. S Naval Training A. from Blue Mountain
W. F Court, Joseph Feytel Center at Great Lakes, Ill. (Miss) College on Aug. 14. Se ti
Grangers SecondA and A. C. Hooker. Chairmenof Kenneth has reported to Non She was graduated from a
: : TROPHIES the social card parties are folk' where he will sail on the Bradenton high school in
,1. second "Hobo Party," Inspired Miss Anne C. Lothman and USS Putnam out of that portas 1961. i / rlII
t by the success of one Mrs Glen C. McLeay. a fireman apprentice Miss Fann came to Venice
AWARDS held recently Is planned by Cadet Robert F. Waldrop and spent two weeks with
Venice Grange for Wednesday son of Mrs. M. P. Courtneyof her parents after j jf
: ,.t at 7:30 p.m. at Venice Masons Resume Nokomis, recently completed
EXECUTIVE GIFTSPRESENTATIONS Civic Center. the USAF Reserve Of. radUatiOn'l
Mrs Lydia Keyser Is In Weekly Meets\ facer Training Corps summer Mrs. /

i] charge of refreshments and encampment at Langley AFB, EntertaIns CWFThe
\ entertainment. She requestsall Venice Lodge 301, Free and Va. He is a member of the ::4 j;
Grangers to their Christian Women's .r.
bring has corps at Florida State University
Masons resumed
.I i ENGRAVING lunches in paper bags its weekly schedule of and will be eligible Fellowship of First Christian _
Visiting Grange membersare for' commission as an :Air Church of Venice will meet
r' welcome which meetings began with officially the fall season today. force second lieutenant upon Wednesday at 10:30: a.m. at ........;. ...;,; ::1II'i :;" __,_, ,, >nrIII;
4 Fad ServIce low Prim completion of the training and the home of Mrs. Richard
11 The regular meeting whichIs A PROUD MOMENT for the board of directors Mrs. Lester Mintle, Lester Wintel William
I graduation He is McClellan
Immediate Delivery' on molt hems a memberof of 301 Pine Tree
to all
Master Masons,
open and of Venice First Christ- John Clemmons, The
congregation Sheranberg, Shirley,
Some. day engraving If nmded NEW HOMES Alpha Kappa Psl Fraternity Road Venice Gardens.
I will be held at 8 p.m. today in at FSU and a graduateof All 'women of the churchare ian Church\ Disciples of Christ, was the Rev. Mr. Peery, Von Jacobs, Larry Whls.
the Masonic Temple on East Venice High School. Sept. 13 church service at which announcement ler, Mrs Von Jacobs. Mrs. Charles Clem
Come fn /today, FURNISHED Venice Avenue. George R. invited.
of their charter was made The Rev. mons, Richard McClellan and William
write, of Itltphont' OR UNFURNISHEDwill Collett Jr., worshipful master G. N. Peery of Bradenton, interim pastor, George. Board members not present were
accept will preside and refresh. I Finds Area Teens 'Unique' I and Charles Clemmons, board chairman, Mr. and Mrs. R W. Van Pelt Ted Van
TROPHYSHDPPE Homes Land ments will be served after are shown displaying it to the congregationand Pelt, Mrs. H. C. Schoeneman and Mn. Larry

Carl Boats ward. (Continued from pare 1) Ing the school year. Then he other board members. The board and Whlsler.
pastor are, left to right, Homer Mikesell
Trailer In trade on his return to Germany. concentrates on his studies,
I Osprey Reservist James' father is head of the which are also different in
1231 North GulUtreom "' Cockrill Buildersoffices German branch of one of the that there is no classroom at- five Area Students,
on the Bayfront, Sarasota. in East Gate Completes TrainingArmy large U. S. industries and tendance," Mike erplalned. A. L. Beckers Celebrate
I I T.I.phon.955-6909 James and Mike met and be. The German student meets
Ph. 488.1451 4883845MANDATEIOI Are FSC FreshmenFive
Reserve Spec. 4 came friends when James with his professor in the professor' I
t IL I James E. Hopper son of Mr. lived In Frankfurt from 1958- study and otherwise Venice students
and Mrs. BUI of Osprey area Golden 13
Hopper works alone, he said. Wedding Sept.
I 1960 He revisited Frankfurt
have enrolled in the 600-mem-
I has participated in two-
The local version of the
during the summers of 198163and
IRfl her freshman and transfer
weeks annual active
\ MEN duty will return with Mike hootenanny was "quite sur classes at Florida Southern Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. their winters in this area several
UNDERSHORTS training at Fort Eustis, Va., when he home in late prising" to Mike. He says he Becker of
LI If which ended yesterday. goes College at Lakeland for the 19D1 Portia St., Nokomis years ago.
Spec. Hopper is assigned October. James is an architectural supposed this was a way to fall semester. celebrated their golden He was an engineer with
as student who will work off excess energy and Railroad
enter wedding anniversary at New York Central
y a mechanic In the 239th These include Miss Allison
University of Florida In acted as a safety valve. their Mich.
Jackson for 37
ALL OVER summer years
SUPPORT Transportation Company Chard of
an Casey Key
He has studiedat ; hew
January also The boy-girl relationship home on Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Becker
Army Reserve unit In Frost and Joanne Gietek and Con.
proof. Miami University and Unl- begins much earlier here and They were married on Sept a daughter, Mrs. Rudolph
Hopper and his stance Barone of
"T Terry live in Ona. wife versify of Oslo in Sweden.To when questioned about his Nokomis, 14, 1914 but held the celebration Kwast of Lansing; a foster-"
Hardee of
: 1 i date Mike professes to own marital plans Mike said wood.Shirley Engle- a day early In order to daughter, Mrs. Paul Cady;
I have formed no definite Im- it would be several :years be- have a Sunday afternoon open four grandchildren and one
J: 'LHii tlt Club MeetsAll pressions of us, saying thatso fore he would even consider Total FSC enrollment numbers house. greatgrandchild.They .
J Stamp far the hugeness of the it."A 1900 students from 35 : Both are former residents will return to their
Interested persons are panorama has averwhelmed solid foundation must states and 13 foreign coup of Ontario Canada where home here in the late falL
j Invited to the Venice Stamp him with a kaleidoscopic pic- first be built on which to tries. they were married. They later -
j Club meeting tomorrow at turn, He has assuredly kept base a marriage, I think. If lived in Lansing for 25 The United States exported
\ 7:30: p.m. in the communityroom his eyes and ears open, how a :young man is not mature There are 3.7 million Independent years and moved to Jackson $3.1 billion In farm products
I of Sarasota Federal ever, for in making comparisons enough to have worked out producers in United I in 1942. They began spending in 1962.
Savings and Loan Assn. between the youth of his problems and to have es States agriculture.
1, President George G. Young- Germany and this country, he tablished his future, how can 1
berg will be in charge. made some Interesting initial he possibly invite more prob
t contrasts. lems by asking someone to ARLIE GRAY VENICE CAMERA SHOP Z
; i I "Teenagers seem to have share his immaturity was ART SCHOOL & GALLERY
xf Fall more freedom here than in the way he expressed his CLASSFS: IN DRAWING: D
Special! Germany in dating, having opinion on early marriages.The AND PAINTNO MOVINGto
i .
II f automobiles and in their In- hinane Dar a Entiln: ,
of Germany Demmutratleuer14 !
Continental Boxer young people
I 1 Brief DANCE CLUBS Formal relationship with their think so differently w. Vonl. A. Newly Acquired Building
e MANDATEI comfortably provides vital masculine teachers: In German high from their parents that an t
support-improves posture-lessens LESSONS schools students are "Miss evolution in thinking is taking NEXT DOOR
fatigue. 2 Parties Weekly and Mr." and the camaraderie
place there, Mike laid.
'I II e waistline-look MANDATEI instantly fit-feel takes great 1 to! 2 inches off your Only $260 teachers that and exists students between here "The thinking that preceded SWIMMINGPOOLS ON OR ABOUT OCT. 1st

would be unheard of there." developed between the
.- e MANDATEI non-roll waist-quick washing, fast t Private Lessons, Mike says our informalityand two wars is now undergoing
I drying 1 I Group Lessons, friendliness Is a shock to a thinks."Youn radical. change, Mike REMOVAL SALE ;

TWO STYLES: Brief and Continental Boxer 4 Socials him but a very pleasant one. By
595 He finds that teenage girls Germany is more < '
each only ONLY 131 here "grow up" earlier but romantic" he said and to JAMES A. HICKS
It ________ TEENS YOUNGER PricesON
____ are less Interested in carryIng those with long memories or Special
NAM.arsarr... 10 Private on a serious conversation a love of history the "OldGermany" Poured Concrete
Lessons $32.00 than their German which producedthe
: e
12 Group : philosophers, artists, musicians Using MANY ITEMS
_ _ _
CITY _ZONI-.IT4T": Lessons f:19' "Of I have and students of Europe
130 00 course only met Simplex Forms
i ORDER JlV SIZI- STYLE e1re''. Register Now teenagers so far I cannot he suggests the thinking Gadget Bags Slide Sorters
WA/STelra e1n:1o: wee QUANTITY, possibly sty what the college Is now swinging in that Call Collect
r ho'h' you d I. Film Editors Movie Lights i
Fred Astaire student differences are, he
1(3034)( 1 M BRiEr 12345 said. I Right or not, he Is one of Sarasota 924.9978 I eSPECIAL
I. MIJ8.3'I(: Another difference is that the best European good will
_ , ML':lUll 546 L here so many young people ambassadors to have visitedour FOR FREEESTIMATE
L,.1-4:1): Can 958-4675 or Stop at work, even during school session town and his charm and ;
XL 1233 Gulfstream Avenue good breeding speak well for
t XL(44.4s) DOUR t a e 10 Sarasota, Fli.I "In Germany, nearly all his country. KODAK,"World's Fair" CAME\A s
I Between 10 a.m to 10 p.m. young people receive allow.
0 '.rpltlBY_.. Da C.OA ances and no one works dur- IN SARASOTA COLOR FILM, BATTERIES & BULBS
r.e 10 C'Iori er 0 Morey. Ordor


''I CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered vinyls., ALL FOR $1

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rigiunFg1DAY/ !!, I

I The GONDOLIER, Yeefa Fie. Mon. Sept. 2f, 1964-1 I

,i ;
FARE Chefs Salad 'I
mgtousetfor aJix. Hot French Bread FOR 'IJ
frVm'acrateU Molded Coffee Dessert J
to C
f Hlo0IS.twCake; ( ps BeverageMolded

with Roslvn's Cake Filling Filling ,1 1g0yla'a 1 envelope gelatin Coffee unflavored Dessert 1: OhIX .i1\ / 1 1 f : I ''j

red fruit jelly :2& tablespoons plus V cup, )
sugar -"I" wj g r
date :2& tablespoons instant coffee MARKftTS !
0e :2 eggs, separated
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h i .-Th. GONDOLIER Venice, FI,. Mon, Sfpt. 21, 1964 .. mmmw... SENSING THE NEWS ''I'

: ii( THE PEOPLE Medicare For Politicians 1 t


s.- --.1 Sxecutlve Vk President Soothers Slates Industrial Cowctt

To The Editors prevent any dictator fromtaking In pushing Medicare tlons. While the effort may aelfrrellant and aelf-cl1lr1lDt,
over any part ot my amendments through the have done Mr. Johnson somej so Oat they would not kT
,' MEMBER: or THI ASSOCIATED FKKtJ .. MEMBU OF Tan IliOMDA Uses ASSOCIATION The people of North Port country, or city-I will not be Senate earlier this month, the good in certain quarters It burden on the pubic 5L':
Charlotte came away from led Uke a sheep. I think for Johnson Administration endeavored did nothing constructive for they art penalized under?

1'111 A..aaW PCN. ..Iual..." .ttd.d M r lea I"..... .. .11 us dl......... _I'" M the city meeting of the Mayor myself CAN YOU SAY TILE to improve Its own the fiscal health of the United Johnson Administration.JT
.II.If sp..lal.. Mh.r dlo..,"../....._IN II"aloe I..Ah r send...... sad "" ... asst pablab.d .b.... AU .. U..u.. victorious.and lour commissioners happy SAME? political health In the crucial States, fa the long run,. the those who have ahOWa a
They were a
..... -A Shamed NPC Citizen period before the fall else- Medicare<< provisions, If Written similar self-rausnc,
1'110 eel a..I .dartl.a..NSt" II 11I11 .__ .N _.. tad ad III U.._ fa .a when they left for and n.
.. group would cause possibility
1..U rs.blddw .taps M ,1 .lulu. into law, are taken cart M,
their homes they were made suffering! in this country. Her wo see the whole;
t hbll.bad ..., MoMw w4 Thandv s,,. 11W4 M Ulul AMMCnun4 happy because, they feel b.
It without saying that Justice of the Johnson
A. __.< CtoM Mates At hut OfflM I. VwlM. fbrid they were Instrumental in roes Adrak
YOUR GOVERNMENT the caUlS ot better health and istratlon's liberal tppnJ,

I EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher postponing the passing; of the the cause of Medicare are not, which favors the eltltw \Ibo

COURTNEY WILLIS .. .................................. Advertising Manager 1965 These City people Budget. should be . A WEEKLY REPORT BY one have and the no monopoly same. The on liberals concern .. has failed not done his )part to cr Tsonal het

SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto/ Editor happy, because they helpedto for elderly people in responsibility. Thebes,

f ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent give all a good night's en need of care. The conservative fits for the drone tome 1kIt:
tertainment. Those who participated G-es TFARRIB is just .. determined as of the pocket of the clii!*,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $,23 per year, S3.U per six months, $2''' ..Iv... I cannot ere proud see of how them any the next man that no one needless in. is who has done unfair.his share, iv,

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $8.23 per year, $ .25 good American Citizen can Governor BRYANT of Florid this country undergoes cruelly I
] suffering. But conservative Aside
per six months. $3 per three months. be proud of them. this, tire li:
A0.atWn.! Fk> Mi rte Smto, OdMnttk fta-l ..001_ .... also Is determinedthat the matter of cI'ncerou.lJecAtj
Those ot who
partld- |(
......1... M..* .'. N rat Attain. C... Dtmit. MOO. pated can now you boast to>> your WE MAT BE COMING TOUR WAY SOME DAT the provisions! for medical policy. Sen. Spessard BoUiu!

l' children and grandchildrenthat (Right-of-way Procurement la Florida' care be soundly designed (D-Fia) has pointed out (hid
and not injurious to this entire -
I Johnson
. 111 Presidential Succession you attended in and anarchial helped Highway construction in final decisions based on a >>eOPlt.If "would bring the amendment(social
perform *
I meeting. Something to be Florida is at its highest peak thorough Inspection of your H were possible just to curtsy) payroll tax to 10,'pr
in history. It must remain at property, a comparison with pass a law and guarantee cent mote" He
I said
Ever lines the beginning of this the also Is Involved.At proud' of. isn't UT Now you "tkj
country government
know and understand how the such a peak for a great many similar properties in the area every s cjtisen: that he would to my mind marks the bs
certain questions concerning the any rate, the Senate Judiciary Committee riotous mob felt when they years if we are to meet the which have been sold recently have all the medical care he ginning of a destructive pro,

Presidential I succession have been ratted. has approved an amendment to held their integration demonstrations Increasing demands for rapid, a determination and consideration wants, that would be very cess which might 1 well d ,tirr
safe travel.It of the But fundamental
replacement pleasant. whole
Yet, ai a disunion of the problem prepared the Constitution that Is designed to correct in the various parU takes land and the im cost of your home and consideration improvement in medical care structure." social swintj
I the Chamber of Commerce off the weaknesses' the law. ot our country it makes you provements it Its income be legislated in that
by In present feel important and proud of on to providethe of producing cannot Sen. Sam Envies (CD-NCII) .
t the United Status points out, they have It would do three things: Permit a President yourselves, you also demon. right-of-way for all these potential. manner. The danger is that so has declared that ttliwrf
highways. Your The Internal Revenue Pepertmtnt quickie legislation will create
property to
I J yet *o be satisfactorily eniwered. Now to declare his Inability to dischargehis stated how to the adults younger should generation either in Its entirety or in recognizes that the additional costs that will endanger wrong gram for "tie the American a health prc..

f "' the issue is in the limelight again due In duties and allow the Vice President to form at public meetings, per you part-may one day be needed sale of property to the state our entire medical pie to the social security p c.

I ; part to the assassination of President Kennedy take' over as Acting President; set up did an excellent job, 10 be The people, through their for public purposes as" "in system. tem." Doing this, he tea i,
of yourselves elected representatives, have voluntary conversion. In There always" Is the danger, "is an affront to sound HIM;
which left the nation without a Vice procedures: that would permit the Vice proud no oneelse
given the State Road Board such it is not
is.Your. cases, for example, of politicians policy, which must be obnr
President. And it 'loots as if there is a President, the Cabinet and Congress to .permission to acquire property to pay income tax or setting up a privileged class ed if the social security

good chance that something will at leaf determine whether Inability exists; and to good Association leaders has some for the construction of capital gains tax on your of beneficiaries. For example, tern is to be saved or tf n
be done to establish procedures for handling make possible the filling of a Vice Presidential with talent various abilities highways are based The on selected recommendations sites- money profit -you provided receive that is reinvested the House-passed the Johnson amendments Social securitybill to a the are to ultimate avoid in nationalizing this countrr

,I cases of Presidential inability and for vacancy by permitting the President them.and the The intelligence fault) to I find use from the State Road In similar property single out 18 million elderly of business and industry
seeping the office of Vice President filledat Vice Department. within a year. atten A total social
to nominate e President subject with them is that they seethe persons for special security In
all times. ( to congressional confirmation.The Influence of their officeto Several routes are considered In most cases an agreement tion. Provided for In the upon payrolls in excess of IDper
in the careful process is reached between the amendments are 45 days of cent Is a terrible burden
Th. need for then, cleerly, Is much question of Inability hat always tear down or tear apart of selecting a highway route. property owner and the state, paid hotpltallxatlon; 60 daysof The public should undtrttai

greater now than it used to be. Time was been a sticker' 'As of now there Is no the things to build.that other peopletry Included in the decision is a but if you feel the state's nursing home care a year; that it is just another income
They ute
f when the Vice Presidency wit considereda formalised way of deciding It. Informal I influence of their office to detailed! evaluation economic of construction offer is unfair you have the outpatient treatment, and tax.The
costs to refuse of
right the amount home visits by nurses. truth Is that tit Medicare
; one-way ticket to political I oblivion. agreements have been made between further their personal griev value to the State, the immediate fered.In Those who aren't covered provisions were broujht

The holder of the office presided over Eisenhower and Nixon, and Kennedy and point ances of and hatred.animosity These to the officers areas affected and such a case, the next step may justly ask why one group up for a quick vote In the
the the type of terrain over which Is for the road department to should be especially favored.What' Senate, not because el
Senate was empowered to vote Johnson-but these ere looked on as In are to be congretulst- sot
the proposed roadway will b.bull" initiate suit
: a condemnation the in the pressing health need the
in case of a tie end that was the she of adequate. For Instance, a private egretment ed. They do an excellent job and thus let the courts decide Johnson amendment justice? Is the part of the American people u ,

11 It. In late years, most particularly under cannot give the Vice President cleer half of informing truths their and flocks distorted with At all times however, the on the fair sale price for elderly ,person with a lung but because the Johnson Administration .
I President Eisenhower the Vice engineers and planners are your home or property. condition deserving ofaid wa thlnllnj!
Presidency authority to discharge the Presidential facts, and some of the facts of more
aware the effect this route the
You as owner
I property
than father whomust about its own health
the political
"' has taken on e vastly Increased authority And exists for deciding are ao distorted that they have young
powers. no provision may on homes and businesses can hire an appraiser and borrow money to pay The citizenry of this country!
"'1. and responsibility. The holder attends e possible dispute over whether that cease they to be would I excellent believe and other activities in have him establish a figure for treatment of a bone disease should bear this in mind thu

Cabinet meetings and It s statutory member Presidential Inability does or doe not fiction writers slso. You the vicinity. you feel is a fair price. from which one of his fall, and realize the dancer
If you should look out :your The court, in' trial by
r. of the vital National Security Council. exist. Thus, It Is argued, vacuum could should be proud of them. I window some morning and jury then will listen a to all children suffers Is the mid of having quack political doc
dle-aged man with a heart attack ton prescribe snake ell remedies )
He carries out delicate missions which exist that in these times could be actually bate closely to admit associated that I have and been see a survey party busy at pertinent facts in the case relative who has paid for voluntary for the republic.
I condoned work, they are probably only to the value of
may have an Influence on the peace of catastrophic.The their actions in the your insurance over the years
conducting a preliminary survey
t the world. He must be thoroughly prepared amendment which the Senate Committee past. They are" your shepherds to help determine which property all the, appraisals including that a reviewof have less deserving? A fisherman may UN i
Consider the millions of of not more thu S!
to Into what Is has be citizens of NfC. Aren'tyou route will be the most feasible been made.
t: step generally considered approved cannot expectedto of these anarchis Americana who for years hooks for taking non-gune

.. the most powerful office on earth. satisfy everyone. However, 11th. tic-minded proud people? You are for some future highway The final decision as to have regarded hoepitallzation fish for personal use provided
At present the line of succession In President-elect the They may be only checkinga what price you win receivefor Insurance a normal family responsibility. he has a valid f l Unj license.
I of the American Bar Association sheep that are being led reference point for a highway property It made by the They have been .
the event there is no Vice President, begins has said, "it is not necessary so you be proud of them. many miles from your Jury.

with the Speaker of the House, followed a . that we find e solution free from country There is of not ours a place that In rhea this ;property. The highway may be a super-

by the President Pro Ten of the all reasonable It government officials to If your property Is definite expressway with six or eight YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
objection. Is unlikely meet ]ly on the route selected for anew lanes en Florida's ll 8-mJJe 3 1 1I.
Senate. But these men have demanding that such a solution will ever be found act on government business i highway you will be portion of the national system
they have decorum dignity fobs of their to highway Itm.y
own perform, and there as the problems are Inherently complex and of the office
they *appraiser who is I. NEW LOW
not a regular be four-lane RATES
a facility
I Is doubt that they can be expected to and difficult. But surely the time hat hold. It does not mean thatyou employee of the State on the state system of primary 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS

'I properly prepare for the Presidency. A come when reasonable men must agree on must respect them personally ;Road Department but has hIgh...,.. It could have 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE I
I or even like them a 1 been specifically hired to lanes .
question of the separation of power In one workable method. little bit appraise only two although emphasis
I but-it does mean ] all of the property in la now on the wider
that they have every right to the area. safer, multilane highways.If a4AENCY
1 expect all citizens to respect Later another appraiser Florida is to have the e _
. 'U The Dasher
I Licking the office into which they i state road employee may kind of highway system thatit

1 were elected. i come to check the original must have, long planning, xfite,
) Yes you people of NPC ,appraisal. This second check great cost, -and some inconvenience 118 W. Venice Avenue I
When the country men bobs' beck to and flavoring went Into the metal can. had yourself a ball a victory.It i offers double protection to the Is a natural prod
the 1910 ere, it seems to him that crank' Ice and salt were packed tightly, and e was well planned and organized ]property owner end the uct. We are determined to T- .)
p turning was a dominant feature of the lad began the cranking.It throughout In this all country my travels, in ,,State has to assure received that a the fair property andimnartial build system that kind of highway I

period. He turned the grindstone; he turned was easy at first. You could hear the all the meetings that I .have annraiial. _

the one-hole corn shelter; he turned loose cream slurp among the wooden pad- attended public meetings, union Only men of the highest in

I the turnip slice, end he cranked the lea Water ran from the little hole, and meetings meetings such, as government city county t.rlt1qualifl.d, training! and experienceare by education -

cedar churn. There was, however one from time to time one tamped In more state and federal, I never employed as appraisersand

crank he was always willing to turn-the crushed Ice and alt. Gradually you could saw or heard such rudeness, these men make their
discourtesy and
.' old White Mountain Ice cream freeze feel the mixture thicken, until at the endit shameful actions that

I J Along about four o'clock: on a blistering was reel work to turn the' sank; you displayed at this meet

.' I' day when a lad had been hoeing end But the reward was worth the effort. ing. You wanted some insurers .. -
to the questionable budget
I thinning turnips until his strength was Sister had small taucerfuls, but an understanding Did your display any

I'I! gone, It was heartening when Father father always left plenty on courtesy to allow the commissioners

il 1 came cut, surveyed the scene, end said: the paddles for a lad. Then the freezer to answer? Or do you til./

1: i "Son why don't you call it a day and sees wes covered and left for supper. A cereal have forgot a how short you memory displayedyour and

j if Mother will mix I batch of Ice dishful of with
up Ice cream a generous emotions when any one -- o.r 1P"rh -
A.o5.d Ton floe. at Y.dlds. :
j cream? amount of crushed, Juicy raspberries II I of the commissioners triedto yrlmaewMMeldtaAAW.dseMa s
i 11 A big cake of fee from the explain How can you ever .
we pulled always acceptable. A men doesn't hankerto forget the display of rabble-

Ic. house to the milk trough, the sawdust return to the hand-cranking day of rousing your shepherds led CLUTTERING STUTTERING AND hat way to tinmen

u sloshed off, and the Ice poundedfine yesteryear., But sometimes he think for you into. They will never Day onto day ntteretb speech! HOME

I in a cornmeal bag with the, flat tide old .time'( take he would be glad once and forget heard it, for and they watched lit up front you says speech the after Bible.speech For which many,dabteeth it it IMPROVEMENTSIt

of an old ax*. The freezer wit lit on the again to turn an Ice cream freezer crank, with their smiles of ...tIef.ctlon and ttattereth.

r wheelbarrow in the shade of the wood. and lick the dasher. and probably! thought A form of clutterlnf is defined
with pride in their hearts ia the dictionary as
I shed. The mixture of rich cream, sugar -Hartford, Conn., Courant. THAT is my flock. harried nervous speech marledby It with on
the dropping; of syllables A
Now ask yourself What cfntterer evidently is a person
have I gained? What did I who taRe rapidly and Jumbles OPEN.ENDMORTGAGE '
. IJrtHJJI j I Cake
\ Patty Patty pledge accomplish allegiance? And to when the flagat you his Stammerer words. and stutterers

: r: Heard yet about the Mother Goose House . "Patty cake, Patty cake, .... the next meeting those of also which have a cotuut speech of Imperfection a spurn:. LOANIn

II IU'III"r' I I rhyme they've banned from the White er'i Men ?' you who are 'not sincere, of the muscles of articulation on the first plat
cross your fingers. There are attempting Stuttering
among us, some who do not le I a n"P" interruption
JI' want ,government who do not I. speech characterised by SEE HARRY M1 OR PAUL LANIUS TODAY
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peaceful cooperation
: joining together .,Ilablc..
'. \ ; with our city government, As estimated one oat of
I iIt'J! every
'; ', who do not want anything 100 persons stutter and more
J By 8. LARZ NEWTON they cannot criticize. than half of stutterer an t ,
I; Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Who am I, you ask-to pass males. A high percentage of
Judgment on you and your stuttering/ it found among

I I LUCRETIUS was e Roman philosophical relegated to the realm of philosophy. leaders. First I will say-I individuals Charles Darwin of ,tjntunal Lewis Carroll,. ,;, e4' ,
AM NOT member the :, '
I poet who wrote about the atom some To make available to the modem read a of and Charles Lamb were atntterera. tie, ... j
city government\ Second, I A remarkable thing Is
2000 year ago. er the latest scientific 'knowledge and am not in favor of the city that etntterers do not tend to '

I This original I thinker believed the %Universe also "to engage your mine" the Public. budget or the increase in Mutter when they ting or talk
ij taxes. I do be to thenuelvet or enact roleeon
try a good,
I II the result of changes In the ag Library of Venice Area has added to fair minded American Gil* the sate and usually they In -----ai.ewebEfIAI :
i J gfomoration of atom have ao d.tficolty' In talking to
Its reference helve McGRAW HILL Zen, who upholds and defends babies and animals.

Lucretius often paused to address his ENCYCLOPEDIA of SCIENCE and TECH. Ms heritage passed en There are varan theories to FIRST
I by my forefathers who foughtthe explain the sass of tttttterlng.
I readers: "My object has been to engage NOLOGY, and alto THE HARPER ENCYCLOPEDIA war of taxation without Some believe It to be a resale
mind." of nnrhythmle ,breathing, blood
your representation and every war
In his since then. I do rememberthe deficiency, heredity fear timidity !
"I Da Rerum Nature (On the Nature or psychic mock.
of Things) he expounds In the most magazine rack are the current 1 Issues of paper hanger who led theNat Children who Stutter should
Science g and the nut who ruledItaly have training In a speech: clin
Popular Science Digest and
d technical of his scientific ,
language day a and started World War Ice The stuttering child can be
view of the world. Needless to ey most Science News Letter. II-end I will spend my last benefitted. by an atmosphere ef/ "Our) : thlrtitth/ ) '

of has science It outmoded and has been USE YOUR LIBRARY/ dime, give up any part of relaxation\ d.encouragement ennhtnory
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__ HALEY Englewood-Overbrook Gardens ,I .j f

REPORT My MAKT E. KROUPArbott .. ., : ,I:' I II ;1 1Dop.

-- 87 REP. JAMES A. HALEY 7 -25M : ::

CLASSIFIED I RtnfoUATTRACTIVELY Female HelpWanted Legal Associate Justice John Marshall ., sorry I In a new item Hall last Thursday for their .In baked and served for da*. ,'

: Furnished list week we said it was Mr. first meeting of the season ert German chocolate cake

RATES duple Block from schools IN' OWC COUNT\ tuners COUnT known Harlan' right to be and Mr*. Byron Robertson There were 28 present with Mr. Masln and Mr*. Walsh ,
a* great
and store. Ice AND aA1AcTA a conservative when it should have been Mr. Mr. John Brejack presiding.
b. Opan beam ceilIng coUNTY. were the honored guests due
Rate*, bofh Thurl/hy Cove : m! IN POaATI dissenter on the United and Mrs. William Robertson. The nw pastor Father William .
Chtrge lighting. having thinmonth.
Distinctive GENERAL!: !: TELEPHONE!: !: !: IN Sc ow State Supreme Court wasconfIrmed birthday
arid ditiOIl' design. 1 bedroom side CLOSe C. HILL -0- Balfe, wa guest of hon '
I'r.bsce by a recent speechIn '; :
Mi"1:5: monthly| 2 bedroom aide $85 COMPANYOF DrC..s.d NOTICS TO CRiDITORIJ: rn. N 5555 defense of the Federal System. Mr*. Laurence Codner Of or. Many interesting event -0- 1

monthly Good soft water. For )1'0 rAvceo At.!. CItIlDM'CIIa AND prnsow Leawood Road entertained at were planned for the coming Mr. and Mr. T. A. Unite I' I I

appointment call Sarasota FLORIDA AJAINST aAID OLAIMIJ Z1'ATZ OR DIMAND a luncheon bridge party laat season. returned to their home at 123 I
((12 word M4-W52:& after 0 p.m. vu :: ;:wtitid Sa4 nfr.4 What Mr. Justice Harlan Friday. Those present were -0- Virginia Court Sunday They J

Additional! Word, **eri c* "Sr asic.ha,, sa.I 1.1.0, ,, had to say should be requiredre.dlnr Mrs Warren Kennedy Mr*. Mrs. Estell Hutchlnson of left July 6 for Outer I 1
LARGE ROOM, private entrance YOUNG WOMAN; tied.. C. lOlit os..s.aI. 'late .1 5..r.! ; for every American Otto Muller and Mr*. George Englewood Road i II Instructorof City, Pa. They had planned a I

0SIC CASH rIU, both Thursday and bath Center 11'ta. 'Oo JOHN'n' Flrld T. GRAHAM> In aIe: offlo.OB. fenum. .< and particularly those who Griffith Red Cross first aid and i I. much longer visit but due to j '

and Monday Editions town.. 11488-4774 day. After Accepting application for a ou.t/ Iud... I. tht '." OmrtOUM have come of age 11.n era -0- teaching the Grey Ladle in Hurricane Dora they decided ; '
V, 4BB ZB3T.a position aa general clerk in .I..lmdtr..mottthiram Ior. _... riorld.DM. .within., .1!. of steady erosion of the very the Community Room of the to return home. They had to ;
d U the On October
$1.40 our Venice Office Must be flm MibllmUin' .f '> NMIM. fundamental of what was intended First Federal Saving and detour a lot when they hit the I I
BEDROOM 2 baths, fur 1.l, :.,. .. there will be a sale ,
a permanent resident alum ep nit W I. to be our form of government. rummage Loan Asm. Venice office this Georgia line due to the high
rUshed or unfurnished. East and 'pith's. >nd I In ihilt .t.t. at St. Raphael' Church with
((12 word minimum) Gate_ Venice. 488-J25J.( high school graduate, be.tween odd.l 0. .pIsa. of of tht Mldrnx Clklnumi. rl p.e0.b.ll.551's hi St. Ann's Circle in charge. week water We are happy to see "
; the age of 18 and 35. 1eI to !h, the Lltlmuit.. I lib .'s.t And every thinking American Anyone with -0- them back and that they
AiaM AII-CM" ..tot. *. I III .'-.. FOR LEASE OR SALi""S Sor- Typing required Full company or hi, tttortori. ib.ll 0. _.....'" I would think, also would pleas call Mrs. Charts rummage Hein-, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gilletteon found everything: all right
Jfc .. k a .h. br SI 76 dim. fM. >
IBM th.l.r OM IHMTtlMI. II MM* I rento Shores, furnished benefits. Apply; .!. : or aVm.nJ lioi i end flli : :n devoutedly pray that the day brook 474-3423 or 'bring to St. Bayshor Drive attended a here. I
(or (MirtlM *oraa lor.'A new I Bedroom home, $128 General Telephone Co.. be "l'd..110. fllI,. 'M ...r hi s..Id.5 will come when men who '* Church Hallbefor meeting of NARCE Chapter -0- 1

wr lM U M".h.II.I th. at Gmfelto II..Mtll P._ O.I h month. 48M700. 1717 Golf Street, to rum'ho.. .....eeena, hi .bt.I.d ot .1.1.,.......C lito 0..1.1..... think a* doe Mr. Justice the 24th. 254 in Fort Myers last Monday The NARCE enjoyed a I

;jru.b la rmIINIIIIISUISdI.CLASSIFIED . Sarasota, Fla. Iud... .50's. Harlan would be in the majority evening. Mr. Gillette luncheon at the DriftwoodRestaurant ,

2 BEDROOM House nicely '-12 ..m., Mond.yFrld.ySItuations ANN a. BiKutrll V. HILL o? thl Tfctat* not among the dissenters Mr. David-0-FOBS of went to give advice on tbe in Englewoodwith ,\ (i
DISPLAY furnished. Walking distance .* Cld* on our country' highest 1830Falrvlew latest legislation and alsogave 43 present There were '
to 4ttorn ni- Drive 1 18 in ;1
beach. Utilities Includ.d. t : confined Corns interesting .
Edition; Ineh. .J3.0C$ SIT K.u.o court. comment four visitors and two new '
the VA
On Fishing and boating. Yearly Wanted P O. B.> KT6, Hospital and we understand on the national convention members. The new members ;t
Editions Inch. .$$3.50All Speaking before audience he will be there I
p. folk p.r or seasonal. 488-8127. Vale ?Is'ILP.bOab1 an for held In Des Moines
II. .... of lawyers and !tuSaet in another week are a Mr. and Mr. Vaster f
WANTED. DRAGLINE work.: M C. It, I"" or two. Anyone low, last June to which he 1
from Venice.
|| etaiilfiod ads' In I Mr.Vonloa yaJimliKai, I 51,. inr.mMiU.IM.or Soaoraaa. .-. Call Venice 488-3538 after New York Mr. Justice Har wishing to send a card of was a delegate. - "t t0 {
establishedicMuntt. Ow. LOU JACOBS. 4'1-IHI 8 p.m. lan cautioned against eroding cheer can write to him at the -0- ,
idvincs e IN TIll!! Mrs. Boss of
COUNTY JUDGE'a COURT Lucy Falrviewr"
.rC 4 ROOM Furnished IN 040 P11K SAIOAOOTA; 'r.UNTY.IN the historic division of author hospital, Bay Pines, Fl*. Mr*. Bee Jenkins, Mr. and Drive entertained with. I
Cottage 01.01104. ity between the !
IN Stats and -0- Mr Don
on Donna Ill EIITIoTI!: 0. Mr. and luncheon bridge last Thurs-
Bay Phone even- Business Personals the National Government.The Miss Alice Brucker from
PAULINE ISABEL SACKBTT. Mrs. Bob Scott and Jack Gra day. Those I
CANCELLATION or bags 488-3801. DMM..4. Prokilo nio No. nil Bill of Right and otherconetitutlon.1 I Washington, D. C., i Is s guest ham attended the Republicanrally present were Mrs.
Laurence Codner
KOTICS Mrs. Ron-
ADJUSTMENT FURNISHED APARTMENTS EXPERT!: HAIR STYLING TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS amend m n t of Mr. and Mr*. James Townsend for Goldwater at Al aid Whitton and Mr*. Homer

ttqusiti for eneIUtlori ,. . reasonable Walk to beach Instruction in Sarssota's AGAINST HAVINO AID CLAIMS bOATS OR DEMAND were meant as supplementsto on Bayshor Drive. She Lang Field in St. Petersburg

or iduitmnt| became of errorj and hopping. Call 488-3447. newest and finest school Yoo. aro bebt notiflW an* romlrai the baslo structure of the arrived last Friday. Tuesday evening.
Basic and advanced to (II. .nr elain or 4mnt whltli. roamar Constitution he pointed out -0- ...0-
b mad for
mull Thursday Evening, 474-2589. courses. havo ataliut th. I.UU: ol and should never b* allowedto The Altar Society of St.
Carroll' Beauty School Paulino babol BackotL la, The Rebeknhs will start Salt.LEE'S
WICl GONDOLIER BEFORE S ,.IIi, 2828 Dotoiatd. oof
N. Tamlaml Tr. gu-aiol* Counu Florida la tha ol.loo override it. Raphael's met In the Church their card
U. Saturdayevening
S. 41 and games '
Monday. For Monday SON Mobil Homtt SI or Hon. JOHN tc5tIIAI(, Sara*
Oft 27th St., Sarasota Phone .ola Count* Judn I In Iho Oouatr Court The Jurist warned especially Sept. 2' at the Odd (
HOLIER BEFORE 5 p-m. en, 155- 8H. Houo at Sarawta.'I florlda, within I ..ixealmdar I against proposal that "th Fellows Hall. Dessert will be
AIRSTREAM 1982 Overlander month, from
Dniriday. land yacht. Completely self. lim ....bll..U.. of 0th tho NOU.due.. of thoj Bill of Right and cognate Farm Produce served at 7 before card play. POWER MOWER i I
PHONE BOOKKEEPING I Each .I.ha II' dlS4 IIU"t be a'slll amendment to the Constitution Ing at 740.: A beverage will If
''IIIII contained. 4 tandem wheel, Income asS 0, th.pll'st. I ,t.,.
Electric brake, lots of Tax State-Federal Wage th, p1.,. at e.ld., .. .e.i = ofdoo b* extended *o as to become be served during the evening. F'
extra add_ of th. Claimant ihall koor. Prices RiseFlorida .. f
488-3125 Report I the .0- ,
Personal I
not the
*. $2,000.00 off original pur Typing, as to or Ul. Claimant kla ..'. The .
chase Harbor your home, Champion typist or kb attornni Shill b< aolompanM servant, of the principal of regular monthly Dinner
If price. Light br 5 II.IS fIll.. f.. .. .
30 .nr .nrholam Club was entertained by
year experience. Nominal ..,.. government that has served farmer,
10 Mobllealtea, Lot 84, VenIce. : or not M fllod ah.ll growers
"'C Lots For Salt Phone 488- 521. .Fee Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 bo ,. .. :. mini fw mar ko addd the cause of free society in anti ranchers received $642- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Masln st
. .
Banyan Drive la Iho of lalm. anil claim I this their home on 1425 St. Clair
'1d Venice Fla. fomti mar ko obuinoi from th. Ctnn- country so well. 392,000 during the first five
Phone 4885254.DRESSMAKING. 'F .d..'. ."1_ Saturday evening Those present LEE
months of for tale
. viNirt miiDKrtri: LOTS Misc. For Sal n. a BACK-PIT. But perhaps the most Important year were Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
ShIlLS BUBINISS SITIIOWNER. a> Admlnlitrabir. of tho Bkutoof part of Mr. Justice of farm products of all types. Gonpeter, Mr. and Mrs. James f, SEZ. 5
LOU JACOBS. 418-HIT RCA TELEVISION 1951 model Suit *. D's-Pauline.' Iiabol Sookttt Harlan' address wa this This represent a whopping Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Tom

II.t U.II .' Cabinet good condition coats and dresses. Mra. Attomrri" Briw,n a ...... statement: 30 per cent increase over the Bohon, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Real Estate Betty Orthweln N.P.C. ph. Bri Jaelcaon *, 'rod'."' same period in 1963 .
$40. Phone 488-4392. At"..... for Admlnlitrator "There i I. such compared VenHern, Mr. and Mrs. Frank GO.
428-1547 Vonleo-NokonU. Bank Bids., no thing In. with a one per cent national Noble, Mr*. Plugs: Fischer and .,. ,
our constitutional
Vonloa, riorloa.Plbllakl Jurisprudence
: SCUBA TANK and -
regulator gain the Florida State
BEDROOM HOUSE In Vanlet. Mr. Fred Cromwell. Mrs.
I Ma.
seat (1, U, Dot. 5. H. 1M4.IN I' a doctrine of civil
used 8 tImes 85ton Dressmaking of
alteration Chamber Commerce
; reported
t, \ Qoia school* and ,
j, stuns. Kant $75 mo, option to York Alrcondltloner' $40. Ph. draperies,. eto. Reasonable right at of large other standing constitution.Independent in its Weekly Business GO. I
''I buy> Phon. 486-1231. 488-1130 IN THE AND COUNTY FOR 8ARA80TA TODOE' COURT al limitation er giving rise Review . .
\ MODERN 1 bedroom horn HAMMOND ORGAN. Mode) FLORIDA. IN PBOBATB to right born only out of the "Fruits vegetables, flowers
1I A, Full Bases Leslie TH BERNICE RE i ESTATt OP personal predilections of and field crop grown in j 'I
ho. : FAUST
near shopping center SHEPARDLUMBER KNIOHT. '
iltil .nd .chool,. Bent $100 Bargain 1400. E. T. at.. BERNIC1 rAys MARTIN judge a* to what la good." Florid sold .t farm level for GO. -
Donancd. ProhaU" Pita No. Hot $543,813,000, 37 HI f' 1
I Chase, 2739-8, Riverside Dr. up per
no., option to buy. Phone 488I CO. NOTICE TO CREDITORS What Mr. Justice Harlan Is with . .
SarasoU. Phone 385-8754 before TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSON a national increase FAUCET WITH A FUTURE
21.: : 11 ..m. After 7 p.m. 1003 Nr Washington Blvd. HAVINO AGAINST SAID CLAIMS IWATBl:! OR DEMANDS the talking tendency about of of the course lIb.ralm.jorlty is of four per cent" it Saves Ws.k..TIme..W&erBabe's

Saraioracall Yon a.. b."" notlfloi. an< m..... aid. V
Wanted To Buy I WHITE GRAINED LEATH. to filo, aar.claim or om..< whlah poe on the present-day "Sale of Florida livestock The New
ER bed davenport coffee mar navo acalnat the lalato ofBoralM Supreme Court to use various
\ and product, including cattle
rauM KalihL aka B"rnloo'
\ B OR I BEDROOM 3 Beth I IhOUl. table occasional table. Ba- ELLIOTT PAUL FauitMartlipoioMd; law of Sara- amendments to the Constitution dairy product, hogs, '
.. Walking distance to I I hama couch 488-5295. for ,.tS Cootv Jun04 TImId.T 00015.0I Who .051.5mIo. ..5H's. but principally the poultry and such miscellaneous wJ
Vole P. 0. end Pavilion, or ROOF TRUSSES Count Vnd:a."ln"Vho Co"..t Court Fourteenth a* a device to item a* honey and beeswax .
rent and Sept. with option to PLANTS FOR SALE Homo at RaramXa, Florida mIthI.I ill enable it to usurp the legislative .
Alum. Windows & Doors. ....d.. month from U. "'". ofnt came to $98,777,000, a
hr. Writ M. K., Box 748, Norfolk Island Pine $1.50 I I publication of thi. Notloo. power of The Congress two cent gain comparedwith
Vinlca 4 kind Hardy Palm 1 50 Contract Roofing tt Painting; Xaea lalm at doouud mut .. I. to stamp out the power per
upCblnaberry -rltlni, and In du llwt. shall oet. a one per cent drop na IE
$ | of state and
: Phone local
488-2132 Venice : government
: tree ,, 1.00 I' .o laoa of rooldvneo anaaddrooi poM .01.0 I tion-wide. \

Houiti ,For Sot Silk: Oak tree ...... 1.25 I ..... to.rU of the>. Claimant Claimant I.hall'. ...hi. *the, and fundamental in general prbict-teardown

Bottle Brush ...... 1.80 I .
The State Board of Conser.vatlon
NEW Grafted Gardenia .. 1.25 TYPEWRITERS and Adulng :r.1:1o: f'i CIII...t(at, 1EP-:: aoeh pIes of our form of government that there
S BEDROOM Houa '' ih.ll as it was conceived by says are
Limes Llmona.C.I.mondona., Machine (mechanically operated bo void. Tho fillns (M nay ha atModto Plumbing Co.
Alrcondltloned 'Florid closed fishing seasons on the
the amount of ...... and claim those who wrote The Constitution. .
room, on Oroveland Ave., .... 1.50 ) Chemically (cleaned ton.. ...., hi *........ c's's lito C, . following: crawfish, March 11
Eut Papaya plant ,.,.. .75 like nsw Just $1250 plus lu 488-2402 488-5282
Vantco. Easy terms. Ph. n lfli'"m. August 1)) stone crabs, June
Strawberry .. .50 part if required. All Mr. Justice Harlan' .
guava make address
J. Nelson, 4882307.' .. Ancillary AdmlnUtrator eta. October 15 oysters May
Double Red Althea. 1.25 Venice Stationer ., ,. in ; Radio Equipped TrucVi
211 W. II btato: of BorolM F.n.t short was a thoughtful
September 1 turtles,
NOKOMIS. Abella Grandlflora .. US Venice Ave. 488-8113. aiM known .. ...... and powerful warning thatour : sea
r.... Martin, Donaaad. May September 1. P. 0. Box 454, Notorms
furnished duplex. 1 and 2 Lot of other plant LOt.,.,., _.. HaMn a Uphordlnff, form of government is 4'1

bedroom unit*. Open beam MELROYS NURSERY, Autos For Vonloa Florida Powrr Florida. Lllht Bid..., not a mandate to a handful

ceiling Cove lighting. Parquet Laurel Fla. Sale Fublbkl Seat SI, M OIL S, IS, 1M4.OP of Judge to create new law. WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
floor Many built-in Turn east at Laurel Road by a free-swinging Interpretation
feature Distinctive design. go to 3rd road turn right. '61 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF of one part of the law RAMBLER DODGE

Meal location, one blOCk from Oldest Nursery in this area 4-Dr. Sedan loaded P/S CLBI'IFICADS: CORPORATE or by reliance on sociologistsand MS S. Tamlaml Trail 488.3965-488-6150

schools and stores. Owner P/B, AT AC. Reasonable. TUB NAME DISSOLUTiONOf AND BY THS AUTHORITY theorists when the law SPECIALIST IN . '
30" Cut 6 HP
71/4 I
facrUicln $5,000 equity. Can FUEL OIL TANKS, stands. Call 488-5535. or Tin STATS or Itself cannot be twisted ; or

to yours for $1,000 down, takeover Fuel oil deliveries. 8H TO PLORIDALWharoaa.ALL TO 'WJI01ll TIllS!: 1'RIBoBNT' !: enough ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Engine 'I\

payments. Call collect, Green Stamp Standard FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. .HIoLL. COOS!:. GRIITING8; ..,, His strong and cogent 0 Brake Repair I Lubricate Chaiiii Mows 1.4 Acres an Hour. ,
Sarssots Service. Across from $75.00. Phone HenrT F. e Front End Alignment S Oil ChangeS formerly I IHA"ROLD'S
924-W5J for appoint- Heating 488-3597 alter Florida lAnnlo L. fiE; ., arguments should have "
ment, after 8 week: days, all fire ttlon. 4884052. 5:00: p.m. Florida, aad Raurmond .. No.komla. weight with all American Front End Overhaul 0 Adjust Headlights Beami '
Florida did the >th ofAami
on dar
day Saturday and Sund.,. C Wheel S Electrical: Repairs
AD 1ol. oauao to ao m.oorporatad concerned for a government BalancingEngine Mower It Bicycle Service ,1/

By OWNER } Bedroom, Itt APACHE. I Used Trucks of Florida.VCNICB-NOKOMIS.d's the: I.' of tho MAS.ONRT Stato. of law, not men and certainly Overhaul C Any Automatic or Standard DIRECTLY BEHIND THE ,

Bathi, like n.w. furnished World' best beat COMPANY plaM a corporation, all Americans should S Radio Repaln Tranimttilon Repair NOKOMIS POST OFFICE J
with llo prlMlpal of b lno>o at
w Cypress.UfljujpJjh Sacrifice. 806 selling, SARASOTA'S INT. of N.k.Florida..,., Sanaota and .h Cou..t__,.ouch In tao ooroo-Btato the way v1u.aall: of our whole Aircondittonlng Repair and Installation Ph. 488-3975 f I M a

Edgewood Section. Special 'demonstrator HARVESTER Dealer ration did ... tho 4tk" day of JIop...... "
now going! on. Little money Offer Day & Nit :m'J.': ,.,,eS.b4fiI.d5thi I
WARM MINERAL SPRINGS SowtaiT of Slat of th.
down ,and low-bank pay 'SERVICE and PARTSOn State of Florida 50. doranmlarr authorltr DISTINCTIVE .ARGER 1 1
live S bedroom Home, .
ment roqnlrMl nndar Soitloa 401 IT,
all make
only $100.00 Florida Itattitoa. ihowlni the dlawlu-
down, no closing

cost JMI1, monthly Including payment interest only and 100 CAMPER'S N. Washington WORLD Blvd. COME in ft and EQUIP.SEE & DRIVE 51.1.tI...of. rub thoraThro...ooraoratloa.ow ....,eonS She.. ,.onotarr to tho for ofdooi *. 1Df Real I Estate orner1Df! I

Principal Newly decorated In- (Opp-. Maa Broa.) Any of our FULL LINE OF labs and that. ko .to ..U."" that : .1
lids and out Concrete tile Bar.1OtaTrt.County NEW I. H. PRODUCTS the ngulromnti wltkIN at tko' law ka** !kooaoowmllod ,,

roof We From the Fabulous SCOUTto WITNUS 'WItSRIOF, 2ha.
bath. BuUMa even .. kvroanto lot hand Mid f
sod TInge> C.B. construction. Equipment Co the Famous TRA VltLALL .'. "afflud lha Oraal boO. of \,
1 and PICK UP'S 8.LOADSTAR'S. the Stato of rtorlda, 'at Talla. A 1
BEDROOM HOMS in BELL RD. SARASOTA FLA. (loal) haoaaa, tho Capital lab. th.foortk GULF SHORESClose It's Honey
Sums are. $100.00 with .., of (ontoatkor. AD. I
monthly payments a* low at 955-57P5 WEST COAST TRUCK 1.... TOM ADAMs to Golf Course & Beach 2 b.droom, 2 bath INVESTMENT DUPLEX 1

WW., Including interest and Till wee* specials/ / off 'SALES & SERVICE INC. Son rotaryPuUllkl is 15.5* and heat and air conditioning. Fireplace, I ,
principal.. Black & Decker Tools 3450 No. Washington Blvd. *.... 51. IM4.OF .. garage carport :
85'1-' III7 Sarasota 355-7881 electric kitchen with dlihwather and dttpotal screened Lite New 2 I B R. Unite I LargeLot
and I !
Ina nwSi'1 BEDROOM only WBO.00 HOMES. Salelman'SALICSMEN NOTlC' TNTINTIOH' porch nice Undicaplng and fruit trees. Fruit Shrubbery. 2850.00 Down Tale overpayments _ _

JOHNSON Realtor. Money To Loan TO 1&0llna FICTITIOUS 1/4111 A GOOD BUY AT $14,900 $73.00 month. ; I
$ for that sOap aondueiln. 55
*ro a
Branch office, Kent Motel Port Charlotte art*. Age no food .1,' Soul Vonloa. JaraaMaOoanlr. FRANK C. RAEBURN GULFREALTY oj :
M.2241 *. 4W-188S and Integrity i noar tho ftetlllotiiamo .
barrier. Saleimanahlp Loans. Unlimited fund of '1I1.koop"'ro and that REALTOR WM. P. TOOLE Reg. Broker. L L2l6
3 1 iEDROOMS.I.I highly deslrable.WIfl'dow MId! autlnoal U aomiM ..> of tao ,....
Bath air ,helpful ,but available.. Personal appointment lowlnv' aonoM wboat namoa an4alaooi 251 W.'Venice Av. Phone 48J-I600-488-2M S. Tamiami T,. Ph. Day 4884738 Nite 488-583'
experience .. '
T"lnIl( ned C.B. Kouao In arranged. S. :M., Box tt roildonot aro followatWilliam I I.
Oarden not essential. Comparable .M. Watlrtak, Vanloo, yioRollm > I
Phone 488 748,
Ills Week dan and before < rage fitted to Individual re :'*. TfoUrirt 'v'.l. Florida.Ownonkh ', 5
qulrement All Brand Window 05 aaM kolaarn .I a. (toldor INTERESTED? 'i .

4 8-1'1'7O.i "d alter I,. Co.,,)714 So. Trail Van- Boats For Sale lon"' "H, W_'". 10'oI.A. Lot on Peppertree Road Venice Garden $1,400.00 I Air Conditioned ,: : ; i i ,,

I,S.,. II., ........... ....... Ps's.,. tee-. 1'1. 14' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Crul Cork Is I,.4..lh IS1.u.WutrIab CImel,.C.ela:%aplp I., sad'54 5,4 Waterfront lot In Venice Garden . .. .. 3200.00 Central Water and r I _ _

aN I Is,, *. Wanted Ius.ata ..ttho Medroom Home In Nolomls 750000500.00 Down Sanitary Sewer. 1.
,, y: ._"4'r1'RACTIVE Help *r. Ship-to-shore radio. .ald, -Casaths.1 ..5I.1.p 010.14. "' ,a.usa ... Screened Patio C 2 BedroomI 1

ith. : dance Depth finder. Marine head. _Uio..- prorlaTmw of CfcaXor.. Mill Lot In City of Venlee, City Water, '
t Bedroom( t OR PART-TIME Double planked Mahogany I. P1.14.. Aett 1141. I Beth Dwelling I {

Ieb.thI., P.essonable. Easy teacher needed. Training hull. $1.700. Call Venice 488- in WITHI8N do,. 01 .tawibor.or ..bad 1M4 an4 aoato thIs.) Sewer and Pavement . .. . .. .. .. .. $1,800.00 I Well For Garden and Yard 1//', 1 t I'I __ __ __ __ __
p, Box tt, Venice, available.Apply I ; 1233. Gulf. 8455 or see at Tarpon Center wn..LI fi If WOTTP.ICR (IoallDLJN 541 Shamrock Blvd. I' '

or 444474 stream Ave.:, Saraaota.REAL Marina. PublUhl ";'.A.. SI WOTTHICB..U. Ort. .. It(lOnli I.... MARTIN S. STANCIK TOTAL PRICE $12,700 I : I ,

Real EatateSalesman. ;
down licensed
I.... Call 4884597 auuini' after 6 R.plrIlEB, P. p. Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved Phone 488.6447INTERESTED REALTOR J"r I ; ', ,; ._ _ _

P.m. _._ Box ,". 221 W. Miami 4885W8ON ,1.' I I', j ,' I U

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Sffl[ hOMO'fl Close to bay-beautiful 2 bdr. home, large living room, : : J 'I'I _ _
Florid ft Excellent $15,750. U l : .
Rtaffor garage. I
dumber .4 CosecerosDOMESTIC H. N. Wlrnmen fln.nclnl.t i" I
Member '
.. $8400. '
Nice South Venice 2.BR \ : _ _
COMMERCIAL' INDUSTRIAL CAS ,SERVICE LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE For rent Urge cottage (over 700 sq. ft.) lots of room rl"tl'' I, r 'loutside.

HtQtlng'and' Air Conditioning JOHN C. BENNETT Agent for Western Union Telegraph $65. per mo. I, , I ;1 ; 1 _________

Hof/ng/ Air Can

., E tlm.ts Tile Asbestos end Juilt Up Roofs GALE R. DUNN Associate I : ''t ,; Ui

No Job Tie 114' If Toe 'metr Noltomli, Fl.., Ph. "}'8-5IJ HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Tamiami Trail-North of Alb* Rdv-Nokomlt, Fl*. I', ;,j. :I'j : / '

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t 60ADb11ER. Venire, Flr: Man, Sept 21. 1961 Youth ToHelpGoodwill Charge: BudgetContinued
I North Port
'- r. --" ....
I l WeekChildren

I the offered a motion calling for Rhoden at one point dust
!In |
from 1) convene right away
; and teenagers in ( page committeeto the impromptu
formation of a citizens' mJ
half mile the
this area will have the opportunity the commission adjourned Community Hall, a investigate the rights and Ing, called for a court
ItEL to actively support National , amid scurrilous comments, down the highway. protection of the citizens of tlon to keep the new inw
& Employ the Handicapped shouts and catcalls from the That meeting, conducted by North Port Charlotte and report from going into effect.bUdge!
Week the first part of audience. Commission members Civic Association presidentCarl back as soon as pos It was generally ,
v October. at first retired into what B. Meyer, was an order
I announced sible," The motion passed that the commission actiw!!
Coinciding with the special appeared to be a storage ly one with the unanimously by a show of was legal, with the only Dofi!!
week .' off the city clerks of- purpose of determining what
as proclaimed by President room I with an amendment In question being the
Johnson, is the annual fice, coming out after a few legal means could be takento hands the committee to be heard under Section right 2
Schools Clothing Collectionfor minutes to face their angry stop the commission actIon authorizing the 12 w
counsel if necessary city charter
employ legal
4 Goodwill Industries, Oct, constituents Main points of
Meyer opened the meetingby contentlo
.t 2-7 No one In the audience was Section 12 Another motion gave Meyer In the new budget
NEH Week is observed each reading from appear to
r given a chance to speak out to appoint the be the new 10
charter which the authority per cent
of the city tat
year to remind us that it's .
either for or against the budget states that "any citizen shall committee which was set at Imposed on the consumption
good business to hire the
handicapped.South during the meeting, even. have the right to be heard on II members, The committee of electricity and what ton
though Mayor Wood had given matter" And he declared members include Meyer, been termed "padding" w,
", Sarasota County pupils the assurance that "you any Claire Coons, amounts to
.fib that the audience had seen "a Claude Kean, up several W
.r, will bring Goodwill bags will be heard" real steamroller In action William Dyleskl, Frank Rod dred dollars in other budgeted!

j ,i1 --- X111r' / home from school on Oct 2. The crowd appeared reluctant which said to hell with the man, Riley L. Williamson, Items.
t'1 Parents and neighbors are to I at first to leave as if people." Kenneth R Gibbs, Al Rhoden, The new utility tax alone It
1k fill the bags with clothing, stunned at the rapid turn of Following considerable discussion John O'Toole, Mortimer Reynolds expected to add $8,00fl to
small electrical appliancesand events Reappearance of the as to the best courseto and Mrs, Helen Rocks, tlclpated revenue in the igel
A It'' A AI other things no longer mayor and commission gal pursue, William A. Garvey secretary 63 budget
wanted. Filled bags are to be vanlzed them Into action, .
returned to schools on Oct 7 -
however, and clusters of peapie T r. -
I 1.L for pickup by Goodwill. crowded around the city ems

.. officials exchanging heated I'
Norman Moves comments.

Just about that time, a
Up In CAPJohn voice announced in stentorian
tones that a meeting would

+tI Norman, administration I +
officer for the Venice
Composite Squadron of the HorticulturistDiscusses
Civil Air Patrol, has been
elevated in rank from technical -
( sergeant to master ser Fruit
geant of the CAP unit 4t't
rh M/Sgt. Norman also is senior At Garden ClubForty
I leader of the Ground Rescue
Team He has been in
CAP for six years, the first members and guests
of The Men Garden Club of:
five as a cadet and the past
Venice met Friday to hear
i year as a senior member.
Eric V. Golby, horticultural
of the for
A resident area
1st talk on "Fruit Trees for e
SHARING THE CAPTAINCY of the Venice era and Tackle Bruce MacDonald. Venice nine years, he was employedfor the: Venice Area" Golby, who
I If'S High School Indians during the 1964 grid returns to action Friday night at Naples in a time as inhalation has previously addressed the
wars. is this trio of veterans From left, a non-conference: game, therapist at Venice Hospitaland club on other subjects, Is associated
Quarterback Ray Joelson, Guard Bob SomEnglewood now works as an insur with a Bradenton
F once agent. He is a Venice ,
High! School graduate and attended .
Manatee Junior Colege He discussed possibilities of
I School News growth In this area of a great
number of fruit trees and
plants, Including carambola, "
I Sportsmen who lose their Ionian, lychee, ,
guava per
ENGLEWOOD Throughthe ual locks, have been installedfor answering many questions I hunting or fishing licenses simmon, pear, peach, plum, SOMBER FACES reflected the feeling of fiscal year, Afterward (below) many
nine grades of Lemon the use of junior high confronting students entering may obtain a duplicate for 25 mango, candle, sapadUla, fig, the audience Thursday morning at :North citizens sought out Mayor Flavlus
t Bay Schools, the boys outnumber students, Student Council I grades seven, eight and nine.I cents from the office of the pomegranate, loquot, strawberry Port Charlotte as they watched the City the various city commissioners to 1"1
members have prepared a They are to be commendedfor county judge who issued the pineapple. Slides and Commission pass a twice-amended and what they thought about the action,
-1' the girls 130 to 111.. new Junior High Handbook a good job, well done original license actual fruits were used to illustrate much-disputed city budget for the 1964-63 ally regarded by the crowd as
However, the ratio is reversed the talk
In the last grade where -...- 4,}.i Following Mr:'Colby's talk ,r -

enrollment figures show 18 a i color movie, "Garden Notebook .
girls with. only nine boys > ," was shown,
'. The over-all total of 241 is
made up as follows: (grade,
then number of boys and
girl) first-18 and 11, second NPCPERSONALS
14 and third-14 and 16,
.1- 812'a
r fourth- 10. fifth-14
and 7, sixth-14 and 11. sev -- !
enth-13 and 10. eighth-18 i ii
and 16, and ninth-9 and 18. iI f sr
Mr Sterbas son Harold
Many of the new students iJ I
flew in from Oklahoma for xt ?
from widespread points.
are the occasion and will havea
I For example, Jacksonville is J three-week vacation here
I .
well due to influx
I represented an
with his father before return-

found of work families on the which Inland have Waterwav ing home

I project Others hail Friends and neighbors attending .
J Jr k
from Minnesota, Virginia and i the party were Mr '
Georgia More distant enrollees and Mrs. Anthony Odin, Mr
are from Spain and \ and Mrs R. L. Parlso, Mr
Porto Rico. r and Mrs William Helna, Mr 1. r
1 I IL
and Mrs. Anton Wurth, Dr r pNr+
Use of lunch-room facilitiei
I has been satisfactory with 90 /J1, 1 and Mrs, Charles Witous, Mr. !{,

to 95 per cent of the student _.. . j and Mrs Albert Whalen, Colonel -
and Mrs W. E. Ahearn,
body participating.lockers, with Individ DEMOCRATIC VEEP CANDIDATE Hubert Humphrey is shown in this photograph snapped Mr, and Mrs James Stewart, Y+
New .
rJ eight years ago by Robert W Van Pelt of Sunshine Press in Salem, Mo., when Mr. and Mrs. Claire C. Coons, mss.workpower
Van Pelt was publisher of the weekly Salem Post, Humphrey, center, and Senator Mr, and Mrs James Kelly I
Stuart Symington (D-Mo? on Humphrey left) were in Salem conducting a congressional and Mrs Christine Ott.
for investigation of operations of the then Agriculture Adjustment Administration. Hum
an phrey was in charge of the investigation. With the two senators are, left to right, How
enjoyable GOLF ard Chrisco, survivor of the Bataan death march; Clark Plank and Everett M, Kuncel,
all officials of the Dent County, Missouri AAA operations.
; day


The Dixie Regional Conference soclatlons for the purpose of Sarasota Manatee I IW
DAILY GREEN 53 On of the American Savingsand advancing the business in all Chapter No. 150, begins its
FEES . Loan Institute was held of its many facets through fall term this week with five
I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd last weekend in Mobile, Ala. educational opportunities and different courses being offered .
The Institute is associa- conferences
South of Sarasota an through fellowship rege ,
- - ----- tion of savings and loan as- such as the Dixie Regional Representatives attendingthe
which is held primarilyfor conference this year from s
association employees. I First Federal Savings I andLoan
I Program highlights at these Association of Sarasotawere

annual meetings are panel O K Cummings, vice.

discussions on timely topics, president, and Dean Platt, assistant
I Need UPMTIsISIIT BUILDING an idea exchange, and the annual NIML'6pNiNXiel l /
i l I banquet with speakerand treasurer in charge of
special presentations data processing, and their

.v INSURANCE? I The local study chapter of the wives

1 Rams Edge Venice 6-0 I
Call for
me today

N I I'r I II the Personal Touch In Season's Inaugural I

I of Tailored Protection

Rlvervlew'i David Smith stopped Rlvervlew twice on
l ran 20 yards for a touchdownwith the Venice one-yard line and
only 28 seconds remainIng several other drives were
I 1 l in the game to give the thwarted by a stout Indian
;ll Ram Junior varsity eleven a defense inside the home 20.
> hard-fought, 60, victory over The scoring play was setup
I ,: I i Venice High School Jayvees when Rlvervlew took over
here Wednesday night in the on the Venice 25 with just 49
season's opener for both seconds left Two plays netted '
f teams five yards and then Smith
Venice was on the defensive broke off tackle for his touchdown .
throughout much of the .
I II game, but it wasn't until Biggest ground-gainer for
Smith run that the visitors Venice was halfback Don
,1 i in were able to score, Fumbles Christopher.Next .

Rella Beinrhey Jayvees action will be for against the Venice Pal FROM There's no better place to look for a new of covered delivery trucks Also, new

metto on Oct C. It will be a truck' than In the long strong line of new diesel round out a lineup of 258 medium*
LVWGA Winner home game.ATTENTION". THE LONG 63 Chevrolets. With to many different and heavy-duty models for big tough Job*
types and sizes to choose from, you can You name It-Chevy got It for'651
Rella Belghey scored a 39 STRONG get a truck that s virtually built to fit your And It s all solid top-quality work/tower.
to win the low net tournament business
I and budget
your That means real truck strength and effi
{ Venice Wednesday Women Association at Lake VENICE GOLFERSPLAY LINE OF You can now choose from 18 different mode In engine, chassis and cab, any
pickup models and the
weekly event during the summer widest selection ) See your Chevrolet dealer.

I HEIDEN INSURANCE Second months in the Class A dl On Wed DAY Com!OR" Sportiest NITE NEW '65
vision was Jerry Vrankar 9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUT *&
with a 41, while leading thefield
512 Venezia Parkway in Class B was Grace TOMMY BOLT'S Telephone your Chevrolet dealer abort an% type of truck

Venice Ph. 488-2491 Tomlinson up in Class with B a 42.was Runner Mary Golden T Golf 1- -

Veach with a 43 H.
1w - - . .. . Class C laurels were shared CLUB
by Hazel McGlynn and 1I
Betty O'Shaughnessy, Both Course and Driving Range DUNCAN CHEVROLETU.S.
eiufa-\OJpnets. : registered SO s. OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M, I

Jerry Ursnkar and Rella JUST OFF 41' AT
Belghey tied for low gross Pt. & Clark Rd.
q honors with 48.. Stcltney 41 and Englewood Rd ,Venice PhonoI'ni. ou306Zt


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