Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: August 10, 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: VID00223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
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I /en ice Was Fossil Hunters' Paradise In Early- Days- ., Too +I

By W. EARL AUMANN by: scientists also .
are frequent r' fossil
Venice 1925 28 many ment that the tusk was 12 feet
I From, Its earliest days, the ly found remains were also found long and eight inches in diameter t
Venice area beaches and the Good Eyes Needed during the digging of the drain. Though broken in several
Inland coastal regions have All you need, Mrs. M. C. + 1 age canals through the Venice places, it was temporarilypieced
:yielded fragmentary remainsof Thomas of Venice, says in her Ot ., + E Farms, east of the city together on the floor 1'1
prehistoric animals dating book 'Let's Find Fossils on >r Little attention was paid to and presented a very Impressive I
back to the Pleistocene Era, or The Beach," is a pall In which the unearthing of these prehistoric appearance.
Ice Ages. as it Is commonly to put the objects which look bones, however, until Of the several teeth recovered '
known, that have delighted like rocks, feel like rocks and October, 1828, when workmenon one measured 12 inches -' ,
amateur and professional paleontologists are now rocks and a pair of the farm of John Parker across the top. A remarkable ':
(like. eyes that must be able to look, found they were digging Intoa feature of the tooth was that
tourists separate, decide, discard and prehistoric graveyard After part of the enamel still remained i 1\'I i }
today and resident -
Even fossile hunters roam finally SEE fossils "They digging up ono tusk of a gigantic Neither the teeth, the Jawbone \I '
save both your back and your mastodon as well as nor the tusk was petrified ,
beaches after every storm srL
for sharks' teeth from feet" r part of the Jawbone, the work in spite of the long period they I.
looking Two other widely known resident men sensed the scientific valueof had been burled ?"
the feet large long sharks it has(even been up estimated to- fossil hunters are the Rev. r their find. They stopped digging The tusk appeared to be real fr
100 ) and finding them by Hendley F. Jelks and Dr. Jarl and took the bones to the "old ivory" and although it fir.; t
E Malwln, local dentist. The of the
thousands. N headquarters building was quite brittle and chalky in
the latter especially, has a large BLE!: Realty Corp, where they appearance in some places, its I 1% ,i.. ,
Pieces of the bones of cave collection of fossils, many secured were made Into an improvised once rich coloring could still
bears, sabertooth tigers, mastodons under water while practicing exhibit be traced. ,++; "
and in fact almost every his hobby of sklndiving Gigantic TuskIt A wire was sent to the Smith-
prehistoric animal catalogued But back In the early days of (Art kr Fro WHm from row 01 Lit Fln Fonlli) was found upon measure (Continued on page 2) '

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; ,, U.S. 41 1 Traffic: Battling Ends '"Li 1+; I

The long years of battling heavy: traffic over narrow lanes '* : 5f >E 1 1'J
A } ., and washboard detours have ended for motorists on U. S. 41 ,
north of Venice.
7f Ewell Construction Co of Lakeland completed over the
weekend four-laning the last S1-mile stretch from Black. \j!" "
burn Point to Eagle Point, the ,tlr
latter just north of the Venice
to the
I days complete project.
city limits That final work day was last '
In doing so, the builder hit Saturday. ,t
right on the button the dead i An :
inspection team from the
line for completion of the $I,-
w State Road Department went
ins f 230,168 job Work started on .
over the new highway last Friday 4 ,
k4 a. June 10, 1963, with 268 working Except for minor adjustments J a

; ; 4 here and there, they
found the highway, ready for
'Traffic Death 1st I acceptance. r Jv
C. R. Bethea of Lakeland,

: ty In Six YearsVenice general Ewell. came superintendent here Thursday for fora ,
:: t final inspection of his own,

,.. recorded its first traffic along with E. A. Morgan, job ,1.f.

en. ............---- fatality in more than six superintendent i
"' The Ewell crews will moveon I ;
: ., with the death of Lloyd
:\, ; years from here to another con.structlon
Shirley, 72, of 300 No Park
t ad job of Interstate 75, :
':' .. Blvd north of Tampa, near Dade :
4 An autopsy report received City .,.
late last week by the Venice However, there Is a possibility
Police Department from the the Ewell firm might be
Sarasota County Medical ex- back in the area shortly It is I
aminer indicated Shirley had understood it will bid on the \ > t r'
4. died of Injuries received In a next phase of work on U. S.
one-car crash July i. on Tar 41, the four.lane Venice bypass a' ter't ?
,, Center Road. ,
; pon on which bids are scheduled T w (
Shirley died July 27, the to be received by the :
same day he was released State Road Department later
from the hospital where he had this month.
been a patient following the accident The on.time completion of
He collapsed at home the Blackburn PointEaglePoint
(Gondolier photo kr Charity Koch) and was returned by ambu- section of U. S. 41 by the A

WTH 40' COMPLEX building construction maintenance space for the handling and repair lance to the hospital where he Ewell firm was In contrast to ;
dead arriv t'
1S begun with the pouring of concrete for of county equipment. It is the first of a was pronounced on the long delays and repeated t'r r "It
extensions needed Cone
"n new constructedon al.The
county maintenance atructure. The number of county buildings to be city, only a few weeks Bros Construction Co. to fin.
0 by 80 building will contain offices andMAINTENANCE the 40-acre site previously, received its sixth ish the segment between Black

annual safety award for having burn Point and Stickney Point la SL
BUILDING FIRST had no fatal accidents in the Roads
past half-dozen :years. The long drawn out construction -
of that project brought
To numerous complaints from

motorists, businessmen and

South 40'Work Underway Show Is PlannedA residents many months who were of subjectedto Inconven.

I "!lack To School" stage lence. These complaints were
luring the past several opinions that the South County bond Issue money for purchaseof show at Gulf Theater prior to especially sharp In the Osprey
nthi'" there has been much Project is too elaborate and ex- more public beaches I opening of classes in September area
,ce-lifting carried out at the pensive that it is "an atrocious Commissioner Masel Huston Is being arranged by Mrs. Similar complaints arose
of I Myrtle Byron Liebel of Byron more recently from the Nokomis -
Sarasota's of the taxpayers'
, new "South squandering feels that the "South 40" program
complex. ." Dance Studios area over the elevation of '
Considerable money carefully planned at
th Venice students will the highway which makes It
|-moving and filling was D e m o era tic Commission the time of inception and that appear k .
:""*d. along In the show, the date of which difficult to reach some business ] :- .
with clearing member Johnson Warren has the scheduled development _
will be announced Mrs Liebel establishments, and over
,et to prepare pine the and palm proposed that the entire pro should proceed as originally also Is planning a United Na the mounds of spoil dirt which ((Ante) photo fcf T..ileo Am Marino Dmlopn Nn,1 .
Mure construction acreage and gram be drastically reduced, agreed upon and not be usedas tlon Weekend program In obscured some businesses from Aerial view of new highway looking north from Eagle Point If.
'1 landscaping using; approximately half of the a "political football" Sarasota for October the view of the highway.MODEL ") 1

loads -'--1ifI ,....., ....."'...........--
county' buildings and .. 1f.- :'
nation area. are planned ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND Venice Bankers Attend 'r' ;:
Oil i strip of land lying be- OIL RIG i
' ill "It I
Englewood Road and the
Tiiiml Trail Scheduled I Miami Beach Workshop t x ,

+"Mures rt Include a branch If 'Gusher' Should Come Otto's Ready :
I welcome station Three Venice bankers attend.ed cashier of the National Bunk
s.county! maintenance build. I a Workshop on Banking of Sarasota and president r;1
I J Education at Miami Beach the Saramana AIB chapter, also ,

'eaUt'Irst', of the ">up to become It's the dernedest thing ;you before his retirement, he hada who operate the well, made dresser" Is napping on the over the weekend attended
,; will be' a combined ever .saw. working mechanical replica, their' "overalls" and dressed "lazy bench" beside which his Sponsored by the Southeastern i
building and repair shop 1757 scaled 3/4 Inch-to-a-foot, which them He built the wooden tower dog Is lying and under which Regional Conference of the
trucks, mowers, graders, Otto/ Boedecker of S. dinner American Institute of Banking, Venice Smokers
so far as he knows is the only and the adjoining engine his hand-carved wooden
CI Foundation block for the Banyan Si, Venice Gardens, one In existence There are house and belt houses, the pail is stowed The oil drilleris the workshop at the Americana
'rfi portion have already has set up a standard oil well other models, he said, two of ramps leading from these to standing beside the cable Hotel Included AIB members
laid and< the rig (derrick) on a four-foot table from five states Just Won't Quit '
the concrete floor which he made for exhibitions, the derrick room and landscaped testing with his hands the
Idln adjoining< maintenance In his Florida room and he but these do not have the parts the foreground strength of the "Jars" being Attending from the Venice-
\ >, was poured Thursday can, either 'dig" a well, or tooled for .actual operation. made by the ". rlnl" of tools. Nokomis Bank were Vice Pres- Cigarette smoking in the Cityof y
Then completed, the over- "pump oil" by; flipping the Made All Parts He wired the rig with seven Ident David Goodman and Venice is on the Increase des J
comple!: will contain, In ads< electric switch.Boedecker Not only is every part work lights on the derrick, In the Romance Of Industry David Edge, manager of the fpite the recent warnings by 1'
011 to the bulldlngi mention- was a tool and die able, but all the attendant appurtenances derrick house and adjoining Under Boedecker's guided Commercial Tellers Dept Representing the U. S. Department of +
v.a wayside: !park, chlldrens' maker for Dresser Mfg Co in such as repair buildings, and placed three tour of his rig, the romance of the first National Health, if figures don't lie. 4
UBd' picnic fish. for 22 and electric light poles with green- Bank of Venice was Robert City Clerk Harry W Hater ,
I lake area, a Bradford Pa. ;years tools, spoons, ladles, hammers, the oil Industry comes alive In
recreation areas, and during that time turned out casings and wrenches, ,are shaded lamps along the ramps a way previously inconceivableto Bellcase, assistant cashier. has just received a check for
Ins walks every conceivable part for oil there in working order, madeto All work. To add the final the viewer whose closest Accompanying their hue- $11,843.81 from Richard B. ,,, at
'oll1ment hal been pro and wells. He also learned 'just scale touch of realism he landscaped contact with the Industry is ands were Mrs. Goodman and Keating, director of the state
I 011 the extensive project, about all there is to know Boedecker has'made all the the foreground, where thereIs the station where he has his Mrs Edge beverage department, as the ;
eelally that emanating from about the uses of the tools and working parts of his well a lake and birds. and pour- car serviced. Perhaps it isBoedecker Goodman Is a rice presidentof city's share of the cigarette tax
''sty Commiselonenand parts he made and two :years drilling outfit of chromeplatedmetal ed out the hard as-rock sand, Interest which the Saramana AIB chapter. collected In the month of June t

..1 1 .lrnln. c"ndi<1 t... !ev.1 his retirement eowork ofset so that handling the which Is brought up during brings it alive, or perhaps it lathe Edge and Bellcase are members This the biggest month in the >
. uemocratlc candidates for on a scale model pieces will not Injure them. He drilling, under the derrick clarity with which he describes of the board of governorsof history of Venice and is $1,039.
bounty Comnilsilon have complete rig ,not only constructed the metal house each step of drilling, the Saramana chapter. 00 more than received for the i

'q quilt vociferous In their, When It was finished Just puts. he carved the two men Inside the house, the "tool (Continued ea page 8)) W. C. Branson .assistant month of May, a fr


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I'' / 2-Ths. GONDOLIER Venice, Fli. Monday, August 10, 1964j4

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ki"" Fossil Hunters' Paradise Three Hospitalized I Obituaries brother band Survivors, William and include a H.sister I Rots her. I',,

Services will be ki'4
!b, ., (Continued from page 1) "That mammoth gave the calls for highly skilled and,/ MRS. DOROTHY N. Robert L. Turkey of Council at Snow Hill, j brow !
j''I o mean Institute In Washington, onlytrue picture we have of specially trained experts 01' ANDERSON Bluff, Iowa, and two sisters, burial at Stockton, MA, ru
D. C., advising of the discos these extinct beasts," Dr. Old whom there are comparitive,In Four AccidentsA And Mrs Louise Jensen of Pico Funeral Home was In eba
Mrs Dorothy Nadlne and Mrs. Mar of local
cry and stating! the remainder ley said "His body was covered few In the country. All are In Rivera. arrangements.
\, j\ of the skeleton which was still with a thick reddish wool the employ of the great mu. arson33, of 202 PineappleStreet jorle Van Velsler of Palmdale,
In the ground, would remain for warmth and over the woola seums, he said. 13-year-old Venice girl and and braslons. Both were reported Englewood, co-owner Calif.
undisturbed until it was known coating of course black hair Dr Cidley explained that a North Port Charlotte mother in satisfactory condition with her husband J. D. Anderson Services will be held Wednesday CONVENIENT: riSHlNQ
IliFt I if the Institute desired to send< to shed water. In the mam- given a sufficient number of and infant daughter were in Saturday. The father and of Anderson's Restaurant at Rawles Funeral
III a representative to uncover the moth's stomach was found the bones, the museums can make Venice Hospital Saturday as a two other children, Rhett 0. died Friday while visitIng Home Chapel Englewood with CLEARWATER: Ap).."
find. They did. undigested remains of his last an accurate reproduction of the result of two separate automobile and Cynchln. 2, were treatedat relatives in Sarasota. The Rev. Addison O. Hardee Aida Knox ,
liii "It's a real mammoth!!" meal, of arctic moss" rest of the skeleton in plaster accidents Thursday Venice Hospital and released. She came here 12 years ago of Englewood MethodistChurch I redflsh while stsrdin5 j hJ
',; That was the delighted/ exclamation Beachcomber of Paris "This Is perfectly 1 1e Two other accident Friday involved from Los Angeles Her birth- officiating Burial will own backyard. It backs J
{ ) voiced by Dr. J. W. It is doubtful if the mammoth gltimat and truthful" he declared no physical Injuries. Harris was charged bv Floe place was Mel Iowa. be in Lemon Bay Cemetery. the north-eouth canal h Up.
1.i Cidley paleontologist of the found in Venice needed For Instance, if w. The Venice girl, Miss Barbara Ida Highway Patrol Trooper Mrs. Anderson was a member Gulf Harbors section
Smithsonian Institute as he got such heavy covering on his have) one fore leg we can produce Buvrki. was reported in Henry Walters with failure to of Englewood Methodist MARY WALLS HOUSTON
;' his first look at the fossil tusks body since the spot where the the other one; the sam Fair condition. She was struck have his vehicle under control Church end the church's --
j and jawbone of the prehistoric bones were found gave evidence Is true of the hind legs or oth by a car driven by Robert Two Venice accidents Friday Women's Society of Christian Mrs. Mary Walls Houston
monster after arriving Yen. of having been the gulf er parts of the body. I.have< Michael Zlebsrth. 17, otJ lcm Involved three persons. Service, of American Legion 88, of 720 Golf Drive, died Ford Owners!
"f'I Ice. beach at the time the beast great hopes that we may find Roberta St. when he backed Friday morning Charles L Auxiliary 273 and was activen Thursday at Venice Hospital. Air condition your Ford
Rare Find perished although It is now the practically complete skeleton into her bicycle" on West VenIce Browning 50, of North Port Girl Scout work In the Mrs. Houston was a nativeof best the n
''f' 1 A few minutes later he told one and one-half miles inland. of this one. however especially Avenue near the municipal Charlotte was reported by Ven- Englewood area. Philadelphia, Pa. and came h..tOnly $$
: ) a reporter for the Venice News, The bones were imbedded in a complete skull. tennis' courts Miss BuerklIs ice Police Dept. to have backed Survivors Include her hus- here two years ago from Cincinnati Bill Phillips Ford
I "there is no question bout lea sand which was filled with After several weeks of labor, the daughter of Mr. and Into an automobile driven and; a son Dennie Daniel; Ohio. She was a mem "Quality Cot Co,,"
1,1, I ;,' this being a mammoth. Moreover I every variety of shell to be Dr. Gidley completed the excavation Mrs. William Buerkl of VenIce by Mrs. Juanlta Capper Sealle. a daughter Janice; a brother ber of Grace Methodist
l' r' ," he added, "this is a found on the west coast. work and although a Beach Apts. 55, of Venice East in front of -
j species of mammoth of which Dr. Gidley expressed the complete skeleton was not tin Zlebarth was charged with Gulf Theater on Venice Ave-
I only widely scattered and fragmentary opinion thst this particular covered, enough was found I to making an improper start nue. He was charged with failure .
remains have been mammoth may have sought the 'make It splendid restoration from a parked potIition. to yield the right of way

t found.ji.. 'L .. water in order to escape the Shown. to President In the second accident and driving with license revoked
JB Jint'wn i<7 sCientists al insert pests of that ancient In April Isis- a private Thursday Jack Randall Harrisof Damage to her car was
i Elephas:! Columbt. It we find on period and stepped" into a showing of the Venice Mammoth Zephryhills struck an automobile estimated at $179 and to his,
digging it out that there is s quicksand and sank dying a was held at the Smith. driven by Bryan Dan- $20.
complete! or practically complete lingering death from starvation sonlan Institute, attended by isle, 28, from the rear as Dan- Odore Davie Bequett, 58, of:
skeleton it will be one of or perhaps a more quick President and Mrs. Calvin bets was attempting to make a Miami was charged Friday afternoon b
the most remarkable and interesting and merciful one by drowning Coolidge and the members of left turn off U.S. 41 onto Bisayne with failure to have
discoveries ever Dr. Gidley started his explorations the President's cabinet; a. Boulevard In North Port Ms vehicle under control when
made in America without delay, after well as the Smithsonian Re- Charlotte. Mrs. Bryan Daniels. he backed his delivery truck iNNEW
Dr. Gidley aald there were wiring the Smithsonian Institute tents and Professor Osborne, 24, received multiple cuts and into the new Venice Elementary ,
not more than five mammothsin I : at Washington that surface the Director of the American bruises! and a back Injury and School building. Estimated
the museums of this country indications pointed to an Museum of Natural History. their seven-monthold daughter damages to the building were
and all of them Incomplete exceptional find. Several bushels Both Prof. Osbome and Dr. Maureen received bruises 875 and_to the truck, $20.
''I, None of them is of this par. of bones and fragments Gridley agreed after the restoration -
ticular species. The only com- which had been scattered by that the Venice Mam-
plete skeleton of a mammoth is the dragline were recovered moth was of the species Ele I
:in the museum at Leningrad, within 24 hours of the scien phas Imperatas, which Is re- Dave's DiatribeGood
Russia, he added. tist's arrival. larded as one of two distinct
That. particular mammoth The work of excavating the American species and regarded
was discovered in we early fossil bones and preparing as very rare. It was-first traveling can be done ely shattered" that he had to
part of the 18th century by Siberian hem for exhibit calls for high- thought it belonged to the Columbia In retrospect. It's so much leave her. That was the 10th of a'atx4re ?
hunters, who came I" specialized knowledge and species. lore comfortable to sit by Sept. 1813.Returning. 9 e
across the complete body frozen painstaking> care. The excavat- Dr. Gidley said he felt cer- Lemon Bay in the shade and to modem times
in a block of ice, above the rag is done almost entirely tan that more important fos- look back on the pleasures of we did enjoy put-In-Bay village GET THAT HOME
Arctic Circle in northern Siberia with small Implements, like the ail remains would be found inthe a northern trip without its dis- with its old-timey air and its
,, the scientist explaining garden trowel or even teaspoons Venice area and requested comforts. wineries. We hadn't been in a . WITH SAVINGS!
"It had been preserved there in order to avoid that Venice engineers maintain With our pleasant, constant wine cave since France 1917.
for perhaps hundreds of thousands breaking any of the brittle a watchful eye during all excavation summer temperatures here, And truthfully Ohio has the
of years and was so thoroughly bones and to make sure no work of any depth. consisting of early DOs In the best wine this side of France.It BUILD 'tint down payment by saving here
and completely refrigerated small fragement is overlooked. day and early 70s nights to- is delightful A little sip from regularly.' With such a wonderful Incentive
that the flesh was un- ,ether with "widely scatteredlowers" each barrel given not by the
tainted. Extreme Care Takes Venice Canal afternoons, it Is hard "Veuve Clicquot" but by another you'll be surprised how easy it I* to

Every piece found is careful. Seen In to believe that early in Junewe very charming widow, was set money aside each month.Well reward
ALLEN Iy brushed free of sand small SpringGeorge hit a temperature in the low an education in the good things you 'with handsome earnings to help buy
paint brushes being used fot Kumpe WCIND executive 4011 at Vermilion, Ohio, and available right on our own more house for Start
Convalescent and that purpose. It is then coated director said the Senate I had to hurry-scurry around to shores. your money now.
Nursing Home with shellac to prevent further Appropriations Commit- borrow> an electric heater for'the Then there was a dinner to
24 Horn deterioration, which occurs ee's approval of $850,000 for bedroom facing Lake Erie delight a gourmet. That was at
Phone Venice Hurting. Service<< when it is exposed to the air. project construction in the Forgetting t h e weather "The Castle," a most unlikely
nt roNcs 01 LION.U.2701r ova Then it is wrapped in burlapaturated next fiscal year will be enough shock, we had a good time In castle for a knight It looked SAVE BY 3 P.M. MONDAY EARN FROM AUGUST 1st
with plaster of Paris, to start construction of the .0 many ways. One pleasant more like a waterfront pub,
I like a surgeon's bandage to anal: link through Venice early memory Is that we did not expose but the food would do a duel
keep: it from breaking while next year if the final figure ourselves to highway traf- with the Waldorf-Astoria.
Mercury Owners! transporting it to the laborsory. ands at that amount. Ice.. Flying in an American
We are authorized to service The WCIND had asked for Airways Jetliner from Boston
your car and hendl..ny warranty ] There the final( work of asembling $1 million for the 1984-65 fiscal to Cleveland took only an hour ST
problems. the fragments piece year which would have allowd and 33 minutes just time toeat .SwimlnS70 tfHB-m toum IAMUM tu*
Bill rag them together, coating I d $700,000 for the Boca a large, leisurely, appetiz-
Phillips Ford them with preservatives and Grande to Alligator Creek segment rag breakfast served by a ,
"Quality Car Co,," assembling them for exhibitions and $300,000 for the cut small; appetizing stewardess
I done This laboratory work through Venice. who had scarce time to serve AT

11I-.. .- .- ._ ._--- .- ..-..-...- .-.-.. .- .- .- ..- -...-, -. ,.-..- ,.- ., .......:, ,'. '. ., ,. ., .'1 all So" before at Cleveland the flight was over. Warm Mineral EplRgl
;: doit-yourseli car, fine andn.w.
THE ssP\ This we did to avoid imposing Springs
upon kinfolk and not to

tie up their transportation. 12 Miles South of Venice/
boating from the air down into "Our thiriltth Anniversary
the driver's seat of the rent- OnUS41 .

j Lively Ones al 1, we fortunately dodged traf- .. _. __ _
tic from airport to sister Le "' -- "" > h

..O la', Motel, safely And therethe
.* ifr" '+eth shiny car sat for the real
of our visit except for a shortrun
to the store Used to thecalm 7\\ year"a

E'64 FALCON automatic $1845. of Sara-Charlotte drlvinl. -
I, we were frankly intimidated DOWNTOWNVENICE
P by the swoosh of bell-
63 STING RAY bent cars and trucks whizzing
. 63495.E by> on that East Lake Road.
We) took a boat instead.It I '
h FULLY EQUIPPED CONVERTIBLE : was an Interesting trip
from Catawba to Lime Kiln ,
; 63 BONNEVILLE . $2695. y.t Dock on South Bass Island
famous for Putrn-Bay. Those
names dotting Lake Erie have 1
AIR CONDITIONED ;, Interest and meaning that aname First & Finest Shopping Area

P 63 THUNDERBIRD $3295. such from as a Englewood:northern ,community borrowed --
( u because an early d.veloper .-
'63 happened to come DAZZLING
CPE $2095. from there, surely lacks.
Islands around South and -
? diddle Bass are named Kel- : BARGAINS VALUES! T
63GALAXIE $1795. ley'. Island, Mouse Island,
a a a
Starve Island Green Island,

LOADED. AIR CONDITIONED and Ballast Island, Sugar Island n ...
Rattlesnake Island. For
'62 WIRE northern visitors who are atways DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
. $2595.k asking us. "Are there SPECIAL TABLE THE MEN'S SHOP
rattlers here in Florida?," we
of that last Island a.w.1I .
R'62CORVAIRMONZAS1595. as look in our book of Reduced to 69c
ins W. Venice Ave.
reptiles which states that 1'IttIers 231 I W. VsnceAvs.! 483-6776 Medical Center BlJq. 488-1420
2-DOOR are found in all the states -- -- .. .. ...-, ....-
i p of the U. S. And for tourists

:. : a C! '62 FAInLANE 500 . $1095 who trapped carp in about our beloved being tourist-Fiords VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY

we suggest they take the AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings
1 !J AID CONDITIONED ferry to Lime Kiln Dock, a IS Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Makes Watches Silverware\ Jewelry
FUN ANDACTION minute ride costing car with Stuart ...rrld, Owner Watch and Jeweler/ Repair
; it ; = 62GALAXIE $1695. four passengers a neat $15 00. 23S W. Avs. 488-2473 W. Venice Ave. 481311'.a
; a a But It was well worth It. The '
I I ----. -
old stone lime kiln was really .
i'61F45 WAGON there, And our Imaginative j TAYLOR HARDWARE & GULF THEATRE
i , eye could see the hungry prin.over TROPICAL
herded on one of thoseErie CLOSET AIDS _
I S AUTOMATIC with the : islands during that cruel I o DAMP CHASERS (Electric Rods) Today, Toes. Wed. ':DR Tod, STRANGELOVE""GOOD
r war just hundred
a "
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combination of BRANDON & VENICE ONLY! ; J"J
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salt and
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beets over low heat until Sliced Bacon . . . Lb . 49c 99c 24-os. bot. 45c
and keep i jar _. .
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I .4 .-Th* GONDOLIER. Venice, FU. Monday Augutt 10 1 I9M<<:

II : f South County Caught With Its 'Br idges' Down

Jt San Francisco's I Golden Gati e i homeowners is Just as factual
1\\ .
.......... .
Bridge holds the world's recordfor i Those wishing to reach their
w the longest single span homes, do so by boat leaving
4'200 feet, their cars parked on the main
I .' ; The longest plate girder fix. land. Hundreds of beach-goers.
I r *d steel arch is found in New who once enjoyed the broad,
.. :, .. t: York's Henry Hudson Arch white seashore of Palm Island,,
'I' I Bridge now must crowd onto Engl r or uuaf r ',u4ti bo
Colorado boasts the highest wood Beach, with the Wotitzkj
bridge above water the Royal Bridge the only means of ac-
Gorge Bridge which crosses cess ,
1 1.053 feet above the Arkansas Tunnel Suggested !
River. Suggested solutions for the
These are all records, and Palm Island dilemna have
records to be proud of 'been construction of a bridge
I South County has bridge over or a tunnel under -
1 too Nothing, perhaps to be Stump Pass Neither proposal l'f'
,.J 1 4 ranked with the,vorld's records is deemed feasible. ,
} I 'r : Just regular crude Although still Intact the r N
+1 wooden structures built at conJ North Manasota Key Bridge tw,.
venient points to provide simple has been closed to traffic for
access to the Keys from some time. Filling and gradingof r tty r I a +
the mainland. Thousands of high approaches for a future jt
people residents, tourists, bridge has made it impossibleto
businessmen fishermen offic keep the present span open.
ers of the law ambulance drivers Construction of a temporary
and firemen have made causeway was expected to provide ",VaI"'i 1 ,
( innumerable trips to and from access to the North Key
the Keys over the area's three whenever use of the frame
bridges. bridge was barred Provision
Some of the traffic over/,of a causeway is still being
Lemon Bay (Wotltsky) Bridge talked about
Palm Island Bridie and the In the meantime, some
North Manasota Bridge has North Key residents have
{O been carloads of vacationing taken to boats to reach the opposite

... -- .. ,- families planning! a carefree mainland rather than
day at the beach Other vehicles !- drive the alternative 15 miles,
HUGE DRAW SPAN of the new Englewood closed Delicately balanced each half of the carried Key residents to By land it is necessary to travel .
I Bridge it raised high during progress of construction Iraw will be raised and lowered electrically, find, from their daily work. the length of Manasota Key
i The double-leaf, bascule-type draw being controlled from a gatehouse on the Fortunately, the smallest segment to Route 778, thence across
has a vertical clearance of 26 feet when bridge of traffic consisted of Wotitzkv Bridge and back up {, 9
I __ __ _.
those errands of Route 775.
- on mercy -
those. protectors of public safety Coed Takes Ferry
always on call when life or One who is exercising such
property Is endangered, private enterprise is Miss Jane
.. :L. i I Taken For GrantedAll Shaw of the North Key who attends
titi I of Irene people have take classes at Manatee Junior
w ? en all of these bridges for College In Bradenton. In the
!granted they w rean Inteer morning Thomas Shaw con
,,l part of the mad svstem veys his daughter by boat
a' They were lust as important to across Lemon Bay to a landing
the Gulf Const a* the record- at the foot of Overbrook Drive
holding bridges are In their Miss Shaw completes the bal
areas In fact they wouldn't ance of the trip in the familycar
'+ have been huIlt had they not which is parked on the
been needed mAinland.
: At the moment the only Upon returning from her
claim to fame they can make classes in the afternoon, Jane
is holding! the record for disap- reverses the procedure parking -
pearing from public use the car and 'joining her -
I taN h tp rIr The Wotitzky Bridge, Itself father in the boat for the return rL
in its last days of existence asa home. Mr. Shaw crosses v
j bridge has to carry a triple the hay each afternoon to meet ::::1"1":'
load of traffic due to the de. his daughter at a predetermined

mise of its aist r-bridllel. time. ..
When the new span is completed Petitions editorials and public \
next month the old wooden comment have stressed the
structure will be severed In need for a causeway to the
the middle, leaving two )piers: North Key during the possible
which may be used by fishermen 18 months of new bridge con-
The Palm Island Bridge has All in all, the mere mention

. ,, already been demolished! with of bridges in the Englewood
wt5i ryrr -- 's ::.o: O!<:>. , 'I
I island residents left to invent area Is almost a surefire wayto
PALM ISLAND BRIDGE was removed two that dredging equipment has not even arrivedin their own means of transportation get propelled across Lemon
months ago to make way for the final link the Boca Grande area yet. Eight families to and from the mainland. Bay without benefit ft a bridge
I in the Inland Waterway Although dredging living on the island provide their ,
own ferry Although the wooden span was ((even if there were anyf)
en the Boca Grande-Venice segment was service to the mainland south of Englewood. removed legally due to private ....
scheduled to start last May it is reported
... ......... .. ownership the Isolation of the
''' d''''' ., Picturesana employs private enterprise to the foot of Overbrook Drive, where the
,,' "
to reach the mainland With the North family car is parked Miss Shaw attends
Key bridge closed to traffic, Tom Shaw conveys Manatee Junior College in Bradenton The I

his daughter across Lemon Bay by boat Shews are shown embarking on a return trip.
t '--;,:- Story

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EnglewoodLemon t i ii

i At.., wa4 ar

( : The GONDOLIER Is start. EM"Pgr
t'r log a new Englewood-Lemon
Bay column with this Issue. ;
L It It Is written by Mrs Mary E. c4 i 7 ,q, tf r,., a t

Kroupa who also writes the
I Overbrook Gardens column.
1s 1 l, r Please
t K Mrs Kroupa at
jc" 4742550<< and give her news
r of yourself and your neighbors
? and your social and civic
organizations.By .
. .

Mr and Mrs. Joseph Stimac
of 51 Beverly Circle returned
home Saturday. They were In
Lakeland four days to be near
I their daughter, Mrs. Walter
Olhffs who is in the hospital
I i ; there We are happy to report DOCKING FACILITIES have been wided up at a wooden pier on the mainland
gsr Mrs Olhffs is much improved by the Pete Crawford Marina for use by the then resume their travels In their ears which I
t at this time residents of Palm Island After a trip from are parked in a nearby parking! lot.
-0- home by water the islanders tie their craft
Mrs Walter Harris returnedto
I her home on 105 North
Broadway Wednesday She was
II NEW LEMON BAY BRIDGE towers over the old wooden remain for fishermen: although the center section will be notified July 22 her sister Mrs
Wotitzk1 bridge as the modem steel and concrete re- Estelle Thomas of Indianapolis
span to
. rushed toward completion While the new bridge scheduled Englewood.permit passage on the Inland Waterway through had passed away, and she went
to be opened for traffic in September, the present one will !. !V by plane to attend the funeral FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOLPrincipal

r __ Mrs. Thomas was also a sister
'- --- of Mr Russell Case on Went- JEAN SPEAR (MISTD)
J worth Street Our sympathy
goes to Mr. Case and Mrs will open classes: in

,ee Harris
Mr and Mrs. Earl Weaver
returned to their home at 210
SPEAR Member of the
E Wentworth last Friday Imperial Society

They left here on May 18 to of Teachers of Dancing England
visit their son-In-law and

Ashworth daughter Mr in and Indianapolis.Mrs. Gilbert Students prepared for examinations (Imperial Soc.,) .

While there Mr. Weaver suffered PRE-BALLET BEGINNERS ADVANCED

an Internal hemorrhage PROFESSIONALTeacher
on June 12. He was admitted to
St Vincent's Hospital In Indianapolis training course, certificates issued from
on June 22 For four
Imperial Soc. of
days he had intensive care and England.
remained in the hospital for Also Tap Classes
{ I 14 days thereafter He was released STAFF:
I after 18 days In the hospital .

I .. .. . ..,, and convalesced at his JEAN SPEAR (MISTD)
I "'.,> ""lr. daughter's until he was able to
; \ ; 0.i ''';:'S: make the trip back home. We
"' ..".. 4 .'.. ,. 'p r '-1-" :: 'fi'jf JI'I.i >, "".,' are happy to say he is getting JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AISTD) JANICE DREW (AISTD)
, '. '
.' .. ( '
: '
.. f' ; 111J. along Just fine Mr and Mrs SARASOTA 355-1 J38
I -........... - ....;.: .... .,41, Weaver wish to thank their Time, and place, of rea.Utr.Hon will ,In '
-< friends and neighbors here for appear next ?..,, paper
was the last of the three cation as the prayers
present bridge the latter
will not be
p 1 bay spans to be affected by the inland waterway project Al. until required. However building! of approaches for p'I Their grandson Johnny Ash-

'd: II I I tIIOUIh a new 1600,000 structure wlU be built In> the same Jo- span has resulted In the doting of the bridge to worth them ,lot returned a visit home-'''1_with' 1

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WEDNESDAY 'The GONDOLIER. Veni"t< ,"uCjjud 10, I9M-S


Methodists/ Plan

little Theatre Goes Back To Work I M qdr

Teen Youth WeekMore

Wednesday: M 8 p.m. !Is
T.Time for aspiring actors and
actresses for the coming Little than 100 area youths l
Theatre season.Preliminary will participate la a six-day
Methodist Youth Week ,
program i
for the twaa
Aug. 30-Sept. 4.
in of
thirty roles three the
Cooperating churches will a f
selected for the
plays season
be Grace Methodist Englewood -
will take at that time at
place .
Methodist and Venice.Nokomis C
the Little Theatre Building at Methodist The Rev A

Venice Airport. E. L. Dinklns, Grace Methodist !,
Members of the casting committee pastor, will be director Guest
who will be on hand are speakers each evening will be 1rTarr
Mrs. J. Elwood King; chair. The Rev Ed Montfort, pastorof
man, Mrs Sam Dillon, Mrs Central Methodist Churchin I .
Gene Green and Jack Frank Fort Myers
The fifth member, Mrs. W.i i James Davis of Venice-No-
Scvmour Smith is out of town. komis will be recreation direc
Technical assistants for the tor and The Rev. Richard( Wilson
season will be selected Wednesday of Bradenton will be In '
by chairmen of the charge of instruction courses. '
various committees. Workers Youth Week theme will be
on these committees will be "We Share Thy Purpose. 11

needed: Publicity and public Courses on Friendship and bI
relations, properties, lighting! Preparation for Dating"!! will be -
costuming, make-up scenery, given for junior high school THE REV. MR. DINKINS I
programs, hospitality, tickets age students and "Dating and
and directorial assistance Preparation for Marriage" for Wendt and Harriett Eves, with
Officers request that all per. students of senior high school Irvin Muhn as adult advisor,

sons interested in the theater, age or older. for worship: Misses Susan Van _..,.-...- """ "'- .a..a r
f tV whether experienced or not, The week's activities will be Deusen and Norma Owen, reg
attend try-uts. Books for study for youngsters of seventh istration A FAST RECOVERY from an incipient "something" permitted
f ,d, s fi mav be picked up at the officeof grade age or older At a meet- The Revs Mr. Dinkins, John Miss Venice, Miss Frances Weblnga, and her mother
Dr Luther Luck at Venice ing Thursday evening commit Jones and Addison Hardee will Mrs Paul Webinga, to leave as planned Thursday for New
Shopping Center at any time tees were named, and the be in charge of financial arrangements York. The chills and fever that had Frances in bed on Tues
during regular office_hours. groups were expanded at day are not evident in the departure shot at Sarasota-Braden
,..r: another meeting yesterday. The Rev Mr Dinkins said ton Airport. Present to bid them bon voyage were Bob
....' Plays' to be cast" are "Come Work by all committees began that all young people of the Knuckles, Venice Pageant director, David Farley, memberof
- Blow Your Horn, "Anastasia"and yesterday. ages listed are welcome but the Pageant committee; Dr. Luther Luck, past-president
(G..I.Il.r photo br Diryl MMUnO I "The Little Foxes. The Schedule for each eveningwill stressed that the churches wishin of Venice Jaycees, Pageant sponsors, and Wfbmga Frances
TY PARTS In three plays already the office of Dr. Luther Luck who is shown first and third will be directedby begin with a 11:30: p.m. supper no way to interfere with won the trip for two, along with her crown. They will return ;
oseD by Little Theatre for the coming handing one to Mrs George Perlick. Miss George Mahar and the second announcements and a i other church affiliations later this week
aBOII five plenty of leeway: for acting Beverly Eisa and Dave Winter, between Dr. by John Krich The other "sing," instruction courses and
entice and types. Books for a mass Luck and Mrs. Perlick, are waiting their two plays will be selected lat- a worship service. The even- I ,.
U1IIinIl'7 casting on Wednesday are at turns to see the books er ing meetings will adjourn at Venice Gardens Draws 300 Safety Program
9:30: p.m. Final evening's
activities will close with a ban. Set For Grange
suet arranged by Paul Smith {
See First Water Ballet
1 Melinda Muhn and Glenn and A safety program will }be pre.sented
Sandra Mitchell. at the regular meetingof
Other committees still being I First water ballet presented 8:45: p.m. was necessary becauSe Venice Grange Wednesdayat
expanded include: Roy Berni- in the Venice area was viewedby of showers During that 7:30: p.m. at Venice Civic
us Jr., Misses Debbie Murphy, 300 persons Thursday at time a Red Cross movie on Center. Frank Hunter, acting
Bev Jones and Shirley Har Venice Gardens' pool aquatics was presented by Mr master, will be in charge
dee, with Roy Bernius Sr. as The six participants, costumed and Mrs Ross Durant. Mrs. Mr and Mrs Charles Salo
adult advisor for publicity, in black tank suits, white Durant is in charge of Red will beon\ charge of refreshments -
Mrs Irvin Muhn and Mrs elbow-length gloves and white Cross swimming activities in All Grangers are welcome -
Alexander Murphy, food: Misses peaked caps, were directed by South County .
Dorothy Blades Melody),Betty Wyckoff who did the
I choreography( Swimmers were
Amy Wyckoff, Lila Joekel. Lin-
Miss Florida 'dj Webrand, Sara Havenstrite, SPECIAL! . PERMANENT WAVE
Betty Fox and Patti Fox N t
M r e (4- .t Pageant Names The girls have been practicing POPULAR BONAT COLD WAVE
twice weekly since June 5.
040 w New DirectorOfficers The show was previously: set ;}. .
NOW SI 2,50
REG S15 5
for Tuly 30 but was rained out. I I I I
0C 1 of the Miss Florida It is the first time any of the
L : Pageant have announced the group had participated in sucha
appointment of Jerry Louch show end plans are being FREE one can Bonat Hair Spray with each wave '.
helm as new executive director made for other appearances in LIMITED TIME ONLY
: L I If of the Pageant Louchheim the near future.
gJv4 replaces Mrs Jean Whilldin of The director has previously "
4 Bradenton participated in water ballets, KS I ,
_ The 29-year-old Louchheim has taught swimming for two ;
Is a graduate of the Unlvers years and rested; a ballet at
1 1 Ity[ of Maine. He has been act- Elmira (N Y.) Country Club '131 W. Miami. Ave Call 488.6650 I '

f 4r ive in the Pageant for the past The program, arranged by .
three years and Is a member Venice Gardens Recreation \
and former vice president of Center Director Bill Kelley, Included
j the Sarasota Jaycees. a diving exhibition by
Louchheim currently Is a I Bob Johnson and a "Clown 1 1CENTER.
t'j state vice president and member Alley" skit presented bv Tom
i of the executive committeeof Rezek, Johnson Roger Tyrrell, .
I the Florida Jaycees In his Walter Balslnger and Phillip M"IP
new job as Pageant executive Fearon.
director, he will be responsiblefor The girls performed to the
-iI1 directing and coordinating music of "South Pacific" spotlighted .
all phases of the pageant activity by pink lights arranged \
t throughout the year. beside the pool. The repertoire .
The new Miss Florida Pageant Included several numbers
official resides with his and a finale.Postponeme'llt Immediate Delivery & Installation. !

wife Ann, and two sons, Steven from 8 p.m. to
OUT HAYES, Columbus, Ohio Major General N A Cos'Ho Miss Toni Costello, and General Costello There is another 2. and Robert, four months, AREA RUGS f from 39c
ind members of his family are, left to right: First Lieu. married daughter who is not present at 2415 Calamonga Lane, Sar .
Official S Photo)
nut George S. Costello, Miss Erin Costello, Mrs Costello, ( U Army asota
E'wood Shrine Carpeting by the

Gen. Costello Retires, Moves Hereo Tomorrow Stamp Club Night Meets Slates Dinner ROLL . per sq. yd from $52.99 I .

the strains of "Auld Lang the Honor Guard assembled to vision in the European Theaterof commanding! general, Army Venice Stamp Club will meet dish dinner will be held by the PERFECT FOR POOLS, PATIOS LANAIS \,
'e," farewell. Operations during World Training Center, Fort Jackson, tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at the Englewood White Shrine Club
Major General Nor. bid him
ndo War II.General. S. C. community room of Sarasota Wednesday in the Englewood Come ;In and choose from a wide selection
Costello retired from he
his retirement
and Loan
United States .Army at 'was awarded the Distinguished Costello has served In 1988, General Costello was Assn Federal Savings Savings and Loan communityroom I 264 S. Trail, Venice Ph. 483.2198Don't i '
transferred to Korea as commanding at 6:30 .m. A drink will
wnoniei held in his honor Service Medal for his "dynam extensively in the Panama Canal President George YoungbergJr : p
Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio, io leadership, professionalacumen Zone. Assignments there included general of the 7th In- ., will be In charge. All inter- be served and those attending -
I their
Division. The following
to bring
Saturday, Aug. 1 and unique ability as a the commands of Fort fantry ested are invited. are requested
home planner Fort Rob- ant Chief of Staff, Plans and I Accepted Masons and friendsare
in Team at .
the Venice area, mat, which contributed mater Combat Shrimp Miss These .
Training, for the Army Pacific, invited.
ere he Is widely known He ially to the successful accomplishment be. He also served as Assistant
'i visitor here last January of objectives of great Chief of Staff, Plans and TrainIng Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
In addition to the Distinguished American Legion No-Vet Post
en M conducted an inspect.of to the Army and and as Chief of Staff for Florida law,
significance According to
Service Medal, General Costello 159 will have an "all you can
Kentucky Military Insti- the Nation" The Distinguished the United States Army Carib-at holds the Silver Star Medal eat" shrimp dinner for memo boaters are not allowed to use pIM HWOOLWORTH'S
wal Service Medal is one of the na bean, with headquarters Chief of the Legion of Merit, the bers and guests Friday from 6 sirens or flashing red lights on - t :
Costello Is time Fort Amador and as
married i
tion's highest peace Hall their boats unless the craft
Bronze Star Medal and Ordre to 9 p.m. at the Legion
has Command,
d. four children He wl1\< awards. Staff of Caribbean served in Nationale de la Chene (Luxemburg Cost will be $1.50 for adults happens to be a police or fire ;
at the Wishing r General Costello assumed Quarry Heights He ). and 75 cents for children. boat.thiDA11STU1iW. .
*7 Key, Nokomis, whlc.. command of 20th U. S. Army the Latin American Section of S'pECIJI1S!
rated by Eric G Erlckson. Corps from Verona, Italy, the Operations Division, War
JjJ general, who command. where he served as chief of Department General Staff,
f U.S. Army Corps from the Military Assistance Advis Washington, D C.
"wjer, 1963, retired after Group. Other major commands to
r. than 35 years of service. ory A 1929 graduate of the Unit which the general was assigned
''f ceremony, which was kept Military Academy, Included deputy commanding
ed States
'hin the "fam 'y" at Gen- he served successively as com general and later commanding &' j 316% W. Venice Ave., Venice
,al Costello's request, was manding officer of the 346th general, Fort Leonard Wood,
pie and brief One of ils and 319th Infantry Regimentsof Missouri, and the Army Training .
1 military performances the 80th Division and as assistant Center, Engineers, at Fort 1 Reg, 5,98 6* x 8' tall PALMSCOCOS
.a the i trooping' of the lines of commander of that di Leonard Wood He also was FALL CLASSES OPENING SEPT. 2nd 4.99
_g* U S. Army Band andJorty.fourPlay 4' PLUMPS . .


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Cards At Club yj . . e

Eleven tables of cards were PLEASE REGISTER EARLY' All students registering and paying
play Wednesday at Venice- BACKTOSCHOOL '

'komia d I part,Woman' Club social tuition by Sept. I lit will receive 10% discount on first 12 week course mlGATED PRIVITI' lit y;,

lICon Mrs. Henry B Lake SPECIAL I I i4
d Mrs. Earl H Browning BALLET TAP TOE ACROBATIC 69 t I
'* wen table In charge decorationsn of rement MODERN MODERN JAZZ BALLROOM t



de Dowoaprize slams bid and Tonight at 8 p.m JUNIOR. BALLET COMPANY BEING FORMED . '

winners were owner: MRS. MYRTLE BYRON LIEBEL
ei and Miss Directreu 'fort VENICE :
Venice Ave.
At t h;; Aniitant: MISS DEBBIE WENDEL
e lanruar., and parents expect PHONE SARASOTA 958.2029 CALL COLLECT
school to the 4
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J" :r Ellltcatin Vise PMiMeiUSotilh.niBUU. Ii>dMtrUlCo ica

> THE END Of "ME-TOO-ISM" A tremendous effort has been lonal doorstep? I* on* a trains.
) made in recent month to deny rat li one allows the union*n-
; A presidential campaign Involving this choice to the voter army to disrupt the normal or*
: real conservative Inaction The "m too" element sea ration of free enterpriser h
; against an all-out "lib- don everything in Its powerto moderation to be defined
I' YrUIP eral" I fa whit the United State deprive the public of a true ceptance of unoonstltutiond
\ : The AimUMr Pr r _.1 l :'t . tot otlnrwlM ".diver Ole. papa-. sad aa! lead, am pebWb.d" ba-a. A" .Wr of aesbllrns m.ntlrl. booth. distortion of the arced association The
i I" 'fir"" 0110" IbpaAa. an W. ..aa.ATb. By anj tr
ass sad. bask. "d..rtl.ra ,__ of Mb. a arprlebre. ... Ir a/obsal4. a fi. Time and again the Republican truth snide comments, and to these question I* a resound
i. I I war J foRlddooo aaq a wna-U ....100_ Party nominated a "me outright vilification, the "lib Ing "No." Moderation >tf !th.
too" candidate, thereby depriving eral" forces have sought to undermine word i* to mean inytlCmust
Publbed Cpa-p: 1I..d. sad ft..... Pm I5544 L 1111 A_.. ,
,' raw"d: La fead 0- 110At Pad Olftet el ".... ........ the voters of a clear choice the country' chief mean total respect tor t be
between conservatism and spokesman for conservatism. Constitution for the right t.

.. EDWARD O. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher liberalism." This year the is. It has been said In defiance' of work, the right to operate nu'i

!' ri, ., COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager sue before the electorate will the record, that he i 1.1 trigger bushes without federal diets
not be obscured. The others hippy and wants to us* atomic tiara to exercise state
) SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor # won't be in doubt aa to where bomb to clear away bushes to enjoy freedom of anon rtaitt?.

ROGER KILBY....,............................... Mechanical Superintendent d either candidate stands. One in Viet Nm. It has been said tioa, and to have the Umw
t l believes limited government, with the asme lack of truth States conduct its foreign

iL : SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5,23 per year. $.25 per IUr monta, $2.78 dedicated to economy, states that he haa no concern for poor icy directly without InteCence

11 I per three months. 10 cents per cop,. Out of county 'S.25 per yen. 8423 right and nationalism, and the. people. This massive scare front or subordination in
other believes In massive government campaign did not work very the United Nations
per .u& mont.ha. 53 per three mc.ntha.l' .
I Ad"rtWne. ...._..111 Pie. 1010 Pm lab. c..u18.. P1.1 A__ N..ep.paLF spending, new authorIty well however. The "liberals" By this definition, InIt! k
mnuu_ Now Yorilo M r., All..... G., D".K Ml'f ,\ for the federal government were talking to themselves. the only one that can be lint
f reliance the United Nations of tally ,Justified the
I ,I and on Their tactics were tactic real !mode
,It t which now Is dominatedby desperation. The American rate In the Republican Party Is
'I'f the neutralist nation of Africa people are well able to size up Barry Goldwater. The ndlciii
Dangers Faced By Police : "'1 A and Asia. Thus never have the character of a man peeking are those who want to pay .M
the Issues been so clear and the a part,.'* presidential nomination. attention to the written tot

opportunity for decision ao of the Constitution, and ")*
great One of the handicap faced want to give it a new Interim.
i With policemen facing riotous mobs when attacked by berserk or deranged 11a-ld.llsfli Sapp 17oa.ot by the conservative i* the tatlon according to their OWl

In the streets, It It well to remember penons. propaganda use of the word desire The radicals '1'1IbOIl
and the risks taken officer addition "moderate." This word has who want business to submit
to appreciate- by In to those killed I 11 I of every
unhappily found its into to tight bureaucratic
of the law in protecting lives and 100 police officers were victims of .>- The People SpeakTo regular practice in news way re and leave the big decision control

property cults last year, according to the FBI. ports. The spokesmen for "me Big Brother In Washington!

The FBI, In a report issued this week,, Of the nine geographical diviiiont of too" thinking were automatically The radicals are those irt

.. lays that, 55 policemen were murderedby the nation, the South Atlantic area was "described as "mode urge U. S.of withdrawal and 10.ceptance .
The Editor: edge of Venire, Is Jut about Venice and Congress has not rates, whereas the advocatesof communism twry.
criminals last year. The total I for the the one In which policemen faced the the a strong new policy of natIonal where in the world-from Viet
for the
completed. Contracts yet appropriated money
last four 168. of assault. The I have Just finished my copyof resolution were charac.terlzed Nam to Cuba.
years;; greatest danger South Atlantic The GONDOLIER.First bypass are due for letting for that.
The American
In addition, 33 law enforcement' officers rate was 18.2 100 officers, before the end of this ,ear. But contracts for the a* "extremists" or people lure
per I want to say it has "radical rightists. This is a !had a big dose of this radial.
;. were lulled In accidents in the line II compared with the national I average changed a lot in 10 'earal) It'* Venice All the(and public an of schools Sarasota in bridges Hatchet over Creek the East waterwayat Venire vicious use of the word "mod- ism over a long period 4

_:., of duty in 1963. of II. Also, more policemen ((12)) diedIn good to ape Venice growing and County) were desegregatedlast Avenue and at Center es-ate for it i 1.1 a partisan use years. The radicals art tot

Of those policemen murdered duringthe lint of duty In the South Atlantic are at the lime time sad to read year, quietly and with Road are scheduled to letting designed to serve one political 1 terribly afraid that they wil
about the palm being ripped faction. Obviously, if the "m.too" lose hold of th* rein of power
196043 period, 21 per cent lost their than In any other up and the Gulfbreezt Hotel dignity.graduated The from first Venice Negro nigh later An this of this month.activity. most group 1* moderate in the United State. They in

lives responding to "disturbance" calls In facing "dtmomfratoiV or rioter in closing. School last spring.\ We've had certainly mean that one of the dictionary definition afraid that they soon may bi

(family quarrels, man with gun etc), I 13 the itrettt, police art confronted with I would appreciate it If you no problem Remember, these days or years, there thel opponents must be Im pushed out of Washington, out
would few moderate. This piece of trick of the Justice Department
answer a question the
Mrs. Peters Venire residents WILL be a waterwaythrough
per cent while investigating burglaries in .n extremely difficult situation. The of. has State
for me. are sensible, law-respecting Venire, but Just ery been accepted by many Department and the Nab
progress or In pursuing burglary suspects. ficert art not dealing with criminal In This highway change won't people. when Is anybody's ruess.o readers and viewer of the lonal Labor Relations hit

25 per cent while Investigating reports of the usual sense of the word, but they this kill Venice again? The waterway win start It Is anticipated that with new, sad to say. They! are resorting to the Bit
The truth I I. that
Could what'lhappening
you explain the
through Venice from the the completion of the U.S. 41 hoped
I ; robberies or while pursuing robbery suspects sometimes have to use force for self-pro about the colored north at tat Hatchet Creek by-pass and the waterway, too" crowd i* anything b

26 while other tection or to preserve e semblance of' people Art the schools still bridge oa V3. U, fast this an entirely new business section moderate in an accurate sense the American people, t power
pacent attempting law and order. Any force segregated? Every day we side of Fisherman's Wharf. will omen op In the east I* it genuine moderation to accept that in it* exercise has cost tin
arrests or transporting prisoners IIper unnecessary read about trouble in the South From there It will curve ern part of the city. So, while a do-nothing policy about American people freedom it
.1 -: cent while used by police is, of count, to be de- and up here in the North. Sure southeastward through the the town' being bisectednot Communist Cuba at our lIatI home and security abroad, ,,
Investigating suspicious plored. Richmond, Virginia Times-Dis ly you must be having problem boondocks to the Seaboard chopped no It standsto

persons and circumstances, and 4 per cent patch. too. Railroad parallel the railroad gain, WHEN they net
: Is the waterway going: last west of the track around to cutting the big
I :: through the city or the byway through town cross East ditch through.To .
Venice Avenue (the main
; Will this bring more businessor drag), tot back southwestward The Editor: I GOVERNMENT !II
II The Golden Mean Just cut up Venice? Venice and skirt the south Through her children I have
is one of the best planned boundary of the municipal 'Just learned of the passing of REPORT BY|
cities in Florida. I'd hate t> airport and oa Into Lemon Mrs. S. C. Cutler Sr.I I
see It chopped up. am writing a tribute to her. 'YOUR
Moderation tn all things Is I classic of Harlem and Rochester. I'd be very glad to hear from Bay.The waterway already bar Would you be good enough to .
rule for health, :vou about these questions. been completed on the north publish It in ,
and sanity. It applies to But for years before this there have They have been bothering me your paper .
t from Tamps to Venice. The I worked for Mrs. Cutler 15
Individuals and it applies to groups.It been murders, terrorism, brutality and for some time now. dredge Is at work In Lemon years and during that time I FARRIS BRYANT'

implies restraint and it implies judgment street demonstrations, all based on extremist MRS. THOMAS PETERS, Bav to the south. This leave got to know her well. For 10 of Governor of Florida ,.

two characteristics that set human policy. Pittsburgh.1958 Borland Pa.Road only the stretch through (Continued on page S)

beings from animals. Keeping Up With Progres Dr. Milton W. Carothen, ml
apart The time has come now for a returnto Editor' Note: We shall be
This was a rule of the ancients and its restraint and common returnto happy to reply to Mrs. Pet Long before we can assimilate Dr. W. H. Stickler of Florida
er' In the impact or trauma of State I
questions. the order University, making
truth has not been diminished by time. moderation and a striving for good they were put, and are taking one event in the cavalcade of study for the Southern Regional

It I is a fine rule for the conduct of the liberty of doing so here Haley Report progress in Florida another Education Board point out
will.A as a sort of Situation Report ha* occurred and demand it* that in Florida the number of
human affairs but has been political campaign Is here and there
consistently for the benefit of others who own adjustment college students will more than

violated by the Freedom Now school of are possibilities. for more violence In the have decided to come to this By REP. JAMES A. HALEY In a very major' sense, we' double between now and 1170'
racial issue unless the decent and civilized wonderful South County area stand almost In every moment This we are preparing for. But
extremists as well ai the white racists. majority in this Imposes its will to lire and other woo are In the naming of this coun character in a new world. New in the they also predict that In Flan
I country
The most recent of this lack of restraint contemplating doing so. try' top military officer a* It was he who went through rat of change which will become ida this increase will be duplicated
f: upon the lunatic fring.- .tl.nt., Georgia No the highway change ambassador to South VietNam the enemy line in Italy in 1943 the common denominator by 1975. W* had a tea
and judgment has been the riots Journal won't kill Venice. She' never that vital diplomatic post to discuss with the faltering of life, and new in that the tury to prepare for the present
been dead: It was only a long has been placed in the hand Italian command the means of key to productive living will college population. W* wit
nap she took from the debacle of a tough and brilliant fighting switching that country away be the ability to comprehend have ten years to prepare for
f of the 1920s to the reawakening man. from Its Nazi alliance and the perhaps anticipate' and make the second 100 per cent .nd
of the 19t>s. The naming of General Maxwell possibility of speeding it by a use of the rapid rate of change five year for the third.
II National Coat Of Venice has never been D. Taylor and the timing and
Arms alive. She' paratroop landing near Rome. Today there are companies The aame experience
more growing to of the both
I appointment appearto General Eisenhower said later which made a business, and a prospect can be cited for mod
band still
/ keep. be significant because they of that daring performance profit, not out of producing at public facilities. During tH

i Sixty years ago this month, Charles got when h* made a royal pilgrimage of ing had the and,charm we hope she's, will always continue follow the President's a seeming policy hardening on VietNam of that it involved Taylor in less cost than others but out of lat three year the State It
"risks greater than I asked producing things Florida bee built as many
l that have
Months of St. Louis mad. the first to maintain.As and the
Ice Far
walking mile to the ice East with
R e cream parlor. any other agent to undertake." never been produced before. mile of 4-lane highways si
::1 .I\ cream cone. The St. Louis World' Fair, H* could lid all the way home allowing there for will the still highway b* the present Itself military factor.readiness -as an outstanding Just before the United States Their only real asset is brains have been built in all the pnvlous >

I j' containing wonders never seen before;;was himself a few surreptitious nibbles, now four-lane segment through While one naturally thinks entered that war, Taylor, fluent and their only sales appeal is dtor: of the state highways but

". In progress. While an|| the scientific and then, and it took a genius to keep town, with a four-lane b,. first of Taylor as a soldier of in many languages went change Around Cape the and for additional urban facilities
through nine Latin American Kennedy thousands
pas following the Venice
i marvels art In limbo the ice cream coneI the cone and cream at the same level, to the east of town and Byway outstanding World War II accomplishment campaigns in Sicily in countries in connection with of men are employed per in area that until now wren
remains ti a national cott-of-arms. down." President Roosevelt's forming task that a few rural Increases.
I "going southward to Center Road, Italy, Normandy, Belgium effort to year
I t Young Meshes went -courting and When the cream got soft, he bit a just north of Venice Gardens. and Holland, and later In Korea assure solidarity of South ago did not exist Ten years ago this state id
I fool his Fonr-lanlng of CJ. 41 aD he also has an impressive America at a time when Ger- Change have already taken one institution for the mentally
ladylove sandwiches, flowers, hoi In the end of the to "suck her place in Florida
cone the way from Sarasota to record in diplomacy, sometimes (Continued on page I) which have retarded. That institution h"
I and ice cream In a cardboard box To down." His ebullient slurps were aduibl Eagle Point, at the northern of a remarkably bold been so rapid and so recent been expanded to capacity.

j i Improvise holder/ for the flowers, the for two blocks, end his fact, smeared to that them we have not yet adjusted Three new one have been pro
our present rate vided. A fourth 1* being con
Ingenious girl fashioned crude vase from with "ptmilltr," was as glorious as Mac- NewNeighbors of adjustment will be changed structed. Community and private

II ''n!) a layer of bread. She told Menches such Arthur's campaign ribbons. Th* tragic FLORIDA again before we have accommodated facilities are being e..

,I ;ai 1 a holder would be Just right for a dab of problem was whether to gobble, In the to them. (Continued oa pap 11)_

crtam. So Menchts went the mad desire
up Imaginative to usurp the wealth of creation

mountains of St. Louis and cam or to tiny-licit' It down In SilasMarntr

I ,, t down with the Ice cream" cone fashion Some of us have never The these GONDOLIER welcomes the .I best recipe for folks
While new neighbor
one can imagine kerosene
lamps outgrown the quandary. W* can't enjoy] to South County
,,'i'I before electricity, It I It hard to envision Ice cream but halfway for trying to decide Mr and Mrs. J. H. Barker, newly moved to

any summer without cones of crtam. ForI' whether to devour or to snip-snip. Kent Motel (temporary ad
dress) Venice
,' licking beats spoons the way lining beats Anyway, there ought to b* i hall of rrlr F ersburg. from St. Pet Venice

i bowing from the waist. fame lust for Menches, alone, studded Mr. and Mr. Weston Ford,
'j} And never In the
with free Ice for Point Whlteeap, Venice,
t of cream cones boys of ,/ Ub one phone ean (fir below)
}: history exchange has anyone received all from Connecticut. coapoll ,
gs-ReIgh! N. C. News and Ob- add
Indent witll basket of a'n
I' Colonel
and Mr gifts
M p, T.
: .s much for nickel i
J *s yesteryears tyke server. 0 0 Neumann 517 Harbor Drive, Information lbout the city, stir III pna-
r"r"r, from Brtdenton. lot hOSpitllity, end you'U have '

r :: Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Bob arms and delightful w'com.' Pust'
: t" tetter. Point of phone

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'the epochal publication of HISTORY OFt perspective.' tar, HT Wood Rave St., Venlc UN this coupon to lit n know' yon'n !tat I

MANKIND In til Illustrated_ Volume One of this East front OMo.
global history U Mr. sad Mrs. Frank Rol. !KAMII ,
The first book Is edited by Jaequett now at the Free Public Library of Venice Hn*. IM Center Rood, Venice ADD (

Are. Gardens from St. Peter r. I
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\I 'd, J. B. Priestley, and archaeologist Sir LIBRARIAN Dorothy F. Lasts plans todd Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Biker o Please have tile-Welcome- Warol$ I

@ 1 ) the succeeding volumes upon pub In Co"oa tasM, V nlc* o I would 11II. to .ubsulh to can o- a m. I
Leonard Woollty. It I Is entitled PREHISTORY ('ardrti. from Carothers- the 'GONDOLIER
''t i h l; r" AND THE BEGINNINGS OFCIVILIZATION. lieatlon.USE "-. Me. ROIL ,euticoupo9' r5 to the GONDOLIER I
LIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. 3. R. Tar.tain. serf mill to arculatloa Dept", I
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J eT I Youths Uroe Firmness In AsiaA :' 11 I

third of America's teenagers

would object, it appears \ l lfl
from a poll we have Just con. \

ducted, to accepting orders to EC lG
CLASSIFIED BEDROOM fight in Southeast Ail. /

11 furnished.duplex Adults apartment Female Help WantedPART LegalIN If that surprises you, others fl

Call 4884114. may find it even more startlingto
RATES TIME: SECRETARY, 2 IN TIeS COUNTY 111DGE" OOt/IIT !learn that two thirds of this '

TRAIL:ViEW APT. for rent by days a week. Typing and IN AND "Oil .SARASOTA IN PROSATH.COUNTY, same cross section of 11(7 ;;' .

Charge R.b.. both Thursday :year Completely furnished bookkeeping necessary, Call IN RBi EKTATK OF young people said they would ''.
CARL & MILLER, 11_...!.
488-1561 for ;
Edltlo" Automotie appointment.
have such
Mond.y heat no objection.
end and air con. Probil Fll. No.__. ,.
ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. BOOKKEEPER of NOTICe TO CREDITORS Moreover, the larger group .
capable TO
Tampa backed their attitude with
? close to atore. keeping complete set of HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS up rI
TeI S841H. ACAIM8T SAID BgTATCt the assertion that the United ,
((12. word ) I books and preparing monthly Yon ... b..nh nollfM end nqnlnd States would be justified in taking }
minimum I operating statement. Apply In to (II. *ny Shim. er o.mMi.< vhbk r-m r.
Additional HOUSE, unfur- nr ..... sump. th,. Bitit! of CARL war risks to defend Asia's 1 a
Wined. Plenty room for chU- person, Warm Mineral Spring. 0 MILLER. DMH. Uto of S..ruot hot corner agamst communist
drill and Connlir, FloHd." I In the offlM of Hon.
rites, both Thuncl.y pets. Phone t88- 781. I Misc. Wanted JOHN T. GRAHAM. 8ruot County aggression
CASH Monday Edttlenl Son, I In 111. County Court HOUM *t "Appeasement has failed be-
3 BEDROOM!: HOUSE!: on the BiruaU. FlorM. wldiln .Ix! ,.''md..
water Nicely fur '-ted. WANTED CANOE or small, month from th* d.ti.of th. flrat publlntlon '- -

$1.40 NPC. Phone 488-3881 light boat. Also ,Irl'. 2 -1n. .rh of.1.'this... or MotlM.E demand! mad b* In I
bike Phone 4882418.Situations a.Wnla ..d In doplle..., ih.ll .tit*
"JJ| word m'ntntumj, Misc. th* ..*. of mldtnr Mid xM offlMuldrau
For Sale . ...
of the Chlminti ihill IMo .rn t
|Additional( l Word, each Be Wanted .'to by th* CUImint. hi.* ....t or klittonwrt IIII\\\\\' S\
ih.ll b unoniMnlcd ty e
1.00. IP.i .. 1964 14-ft. Coldspot Deepfreeze |l.00 fllln* ,.*, and .ny tuoh cl.lm! or o
I M.. ..._ .. II _toj $150. Free 1500 TV or S&H WANTED-Washings and IronIngs. dmwnd not w flld ih.ll b* .. Tb.AttonHTt .
j fit., ,. ,-=- .tote e Green Pickup and delivery. flan. I. mill' b. added. to th. ..mnntof
( : ..:.M.aarharfaN Stamps Mustlan, Micheelango shim, and .1.lm fonn. "III' .ho ..h.tal. .
a.A':,.... .. n _to Dr., Sorrento Shores Phone 488.2576.REGISTERED. .... from the (1oQ.I. Jadn'. afflr fore; we should stand up for Croup and asked if they ordered to do so. Wayne fUJzeminaki .
rJ. 01 ... o-.l i_ '.0. FRANK MILLER, 8R.,
.. -I... 4 ,.eB.s r .Irena FOR SALE: Used NURSE, 14 yri. .. E.emtnr 01 the IJotate.r our beliefs," commented Paula thought this viewpoint general. 14, of Camden, N. J,
air-conditioners- reconditIoned office experience. Available .RRABWELL ctrl n. Mill.ft DROWN. D-.ooI. Furem, 18, of Cleveland. While 58 per cent said no, a said: "As a loyal America

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Maters. Reverse and Immediately. Write H. M., Box Vnlw-Nokoml Buk Bid** The boys the ones who startling large minority 39 citizen, I'd be glad to serve

'One Edition, per Inch $3.00 Fedders units are in cycle.fine These shape 748 Venice. Vmlc P O*.Bon Florid 747. LOW might actually be called on to per cent thought the standof where my country feels I will

| Both Edition! per Inch $3.50All and can be seen at the Gondo I July 10, 17 Auc. I, 10. 1IMNOTIPF fight if things ever came to the advertlaers accurately do my best. ,
her Motel, 597 So. Tamiaml I Money To Loan OF INTENTION that pass showed themselvesmore reflected the feelings of teenagers The threat of communismwas
I TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAM8Th militant than the girls, as in general. real
by most
Trail Venice. Call seen very
clarified .dt payable In or contact BUSINESS midemlinrd do hcrrby omit that, might be expected
OR PROPERTY PRICESON Most of the objectors felt that of those In favor of our coun-
et'abllthed W. I B.!: Horton, Phone 488-5609 Ihop .n ...durtl.. refierlha. _
edyence except or 488-1803. The price for each Loans Unlimited funds avail. Tie. builnM .. 1711 South Tamlaml. Veto Atomic Weapons American policy in Viet Nam try taking war rinks in South

accounta. unit is $:W. There are limited i able. Personal appointment ar Trail. Vanlofc Florida, under' th. fi.. Sixty-four per cent of them, was not decisive enough. As east Asia. Typical was the
a tltlon n'm* of FUTI FR RFFRIRFRA-
number. First come, first served ranged S. M. Box 748, In care TION AND APPLIANCE SERVICE and All as against 80 per cent of the Gerald Straffon 17, of Coraop- comment of Robert Mayor of I

CANCELLATION ,or : of this paper that lowing sold pcnoni firm I vhmi* eomponr. ......of and th.rildnM fol.I. girls, said they would not object olio, Pa., put it; "Too small New York City who said "I
ADJUSTMENT ere M follow t GENERALELECTRIC to such fighting orders numbers of troops are sent feel that anyplace threatened I

Raglans for ... TRAVEL TRAILER 14-ft. Boats For Sale Wilson R. Bulltr. Vmle.. Florid And 73 per cent of the boys, with insufficient military fighting by communism is of importance
OiarlM V. Butler Vnln Florid
or adjustment. b e c U II of Aluminum Avalon. Sleeps 5. Robert DMkln Vnlr. Florida.Ownmhlp compared with 53 per cent of equipment. Gary Lach, to the United States" n
must be mad for Excellent!: : condition. $625. Ph. 18-FT. BOAT, S3 H.P. Johnf( of BUTLER RFFRIRE1ATION : the girls, said they thought the 16, of Mitchell, S. D., also said Dorothy Alexander, 18, of New-

error Thursday Gondolier BEFORE 483-5237. I motor. Also 8 portable TVs. i io a follow AND tWllaon APPLIANCE SERVICE CINTRAL United States should risk war he did not think Southeast burgh, N. Y., made the obser
4881719. R Bntl.r, 88'4 nr ...* it need be. Asia was being handled con vation that "the world can' not
,II ojfi.. on Monday. For Monday APACHEWorld's !: I Robot Charlei Dokis's V. Bull.r'*U'/ B*/.pr emU rant HEATINGAND On a related subject the use rectly, but added that "I would be given to the communistsone

I Gondolier BEFORE 5 number one camping SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. I U fa our Intention to apply to the of atomic weapons, the boys not go Into military service be- at a time." But JoAnn t
trailer. Now also number one Clerk of th* Circuit Court In and fur piece
Jnk> on Thursday.PHONE length, 8-ft. beam. Pinto-Val. showed themselves even morebelllco.e cause I am a pacifist"Communism
In the Sarasota All Saraiota County, Florida" to rwHfrterth Koushel 14, of Camden, ,
area. vo engine. Tunnel stern. All ..... of aid BUTLER REFRIGERATION than the girls. Seven Feared ,
aluminum, pulls up and downin fibreglassed. Hardtop. Draft AND APPLIANCE SERVICE teen cent as against only 5 N. J., was fearful that war
the .. AIRCONDITIONING per Patriotism was a principal
minutes. Two double beds under pmrtolon* of Chapter .OO
4884125 U-ln. Wonderful for bay and Lam of "larl"" Aot of 1(41. per cent of the girls, favor motivating factor those risks in Southeast Asia "might
off the ground. Sold out of gulf. Lots of room for chain WITNESS our h....., thl 17th day using such weapons in the among III."
who said they would fight if cause World War ,"
some models. More on the of July" IM4
I and fishing tackle $995. Phone /., WILSON It BOTLFR Southeast Asia struggle
way. Low price, high quality. 488-3157 /,1 CHARLES V. BUTLER Our survey stemmed from an
Bank financed./ Come see. /!' ROBFRT DEAKIN IN SARASOTA
Lots For Sale Pubilollllap! 10. 17. Anmiit 0. 10. I./, EQUIPMENT advertisement that appeared
CAMPER'S WORLD, Lost I recently. Signed by a group of RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE

VRNICK' KnsirmurB T.OTS 1 100 N. Washington Blvd. If TUB! COUNTY JtmOB-S COURTIN CALL TODAY draft-age Americans, it asserted I
llriaLO:: JACOBS.SITES.M-IIIT I (Opposite Maas Bros) SOLITAIRE EMERALD KINO AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, I they "would not fight '

Sarasota, Fla. and diamond wedding ring IN al'JLi'rTi(: IN OF FBOBATB I FOR ESTIMATES against the people of South <
ELK INLET SeawaUed prlT- on Mokomis Beach off pavilion IDA MAT CASE DeudProbiu Viet Nam." We called this ad CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vinylt,

ate boat basin E. L. Kiltoo PORTABLE FENCE. 10 four- Reward. Contact The Gondolier KOTICB TO CREDITORSTO Fll No. nIT to the attention of our survey k burlap, parchment etc. MADE TO ORDER ,

Bayshore Drive. Nokomls I foot sections 30 inches high. Newspaper. ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service. :
Never used. $20. 488-4294. HAVINO AGAINST CLAIMS AID ESTATE OR DEMANDS: :t: .W :t 1aSA11Ma .tERM .

Found TOIl See hrthy notified' and nqulndt '
Real Estate I Tri-County Equipment Co. t I. file any claim; or demand which! yea WESTERNAUTO Alto hundreds of lampshades In stock. All .; 'I
may hav* aralmt th* Eitat of Id*
FOUND Man's Southern ..... shape and sizes.Wt .
May CM* D* ** lt* of CwaaoteCounty.
MODERN, 2 Bedroom home, I BELL RD. SARASOTA FLA. Methodist Class Ring in Venice . Florida In th. oftlo. of Ron. Mole Lamps Out of Vottt, fforr/e/ etc.

Florida room, G.E. kitchen. i 955-5705 Owner identify and pay for JOHN Judo In T. th GRAHAM. County Sanuota Court Hou County,* .tftaraioU. p ASSOCIATE STORESHARDWARE LAMP REPAIR BRASS POLISHING
Cost to hospital l, schools, shopping Florida, within ... ..Iosd.
This week specials/ on ad r I 1115 I S. Trail /j' block North of Seen
centers. $100 month, option month from th,. date of th. that pub- e \?'
llotlon of thl.* Nolle/ COOUNt .IN SARASOTA i i
to buy. Phone 488-1231. Govern Lubrication Equip. Pets Each elalm or demand nnit b* hi e TACKLE .r. .
writing and in duplicate ahall itate th. .
PRIVATE PARTY wants late plea of _!d.... .nd pat offle *4dre e RADIOS t
InstructionJOBS BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird of the Claimant. : ....n .b* (worn 744 VENICE AYE E. PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME? .
1 or 4 bedroom home Vest to by th. Clilmant. hi.* ant or hit 305 W Venice Ave #
of! Trail. Have 2 Bedroom, S supplies for sale 4885850. .attorney I ball .b* Meompanled byII e Before you decide see our ..p
WAITING Wilkinson\ 71 filing fee and any tuck Ialm or PH. 488.5359 Ph. 488-3516 '
bath on Harbor Drive to trade PARAKEETS and baby guinea demand not *o filed hell be raid Th. MODELS IN 0
In Box 298, Venice, Fla. now Real- 263 Estate S. Tamiaml School. Enroll Trail pigs. River Blvd., Nokomii of filing.,Ins fee ::''1'\:1\ / added form to may the. amount'b* obtained I 4f: VENICE EAST
East. Phone 488-4219, Mrs from th* County Jo,!... offle I (!" '
ATTRACTIVE TrailerCottageon : Phone 488-5591 or 488-5698 WILLARD L. CASE, I ...
50x100 landscaped lot in Dewev Wright .a Admlnbtrator. of th. Fitat 1 6 mile South of Veniceon
quiet wooded area just off U. Business Personals Atta soul of Bllr Id. May sod D.C..,., *** ---- the T-miami Tr. (U.S. 41)) ; S t"

S. 41 In Vamo area. Price I Mobile HomesONE P. O Box 157>.

$V,MO completely furnished I I 117 1.Naauu.. Fla.PubUebt .St, BUILDERS:; OF $ MEDALLION HOMES ." ;., .

pith good terms. Rountree CREDIT CARD "' Aug. .. 10, 17, '.. It...
The offices of
Agency phone 924-3251, 4114 INSURANCE HUNDRED "
South Tamlaml Tr., Sarasota, MOBILE HOMESTO (GULf'' ,
Fit Protect your liability due to PARTICULAR MOTHER
lost or stolen credit cards. CHOOSE FROM! HUTCHINSON Kan. (AP)- $iRJJ.CIJJ5t I
(( S" t
$28 three Qq'
Houses For Sale $10000 coverage, Come see the finest selectionof When a ewe in Mrs. W. S. Watson'
For particulars
:years. be closed
New and Used Mobile sheep herd refused to "
I BEDROOMS 2 Bath air-con- stop In or call mtmm
Homes on the West Coast of have anything to do with her :

ditioned Garden.C.B. Phone House in 46U71Sweek Venice EDGE AGENCY-VDORSDALE 20 Florida widest! !10 Unbelievable\wider, 12 wides bar., new take lamb over., another ewe had to AUG. 13th thru AUG. 25th ..

days and before S p.m. gains. Several repossessions. But two weeks later the P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice, Florid
Weekends and after S 4881770. lit W. Venice Ave. 488-2289
I IDre..maldllr Terms to suit. Drive over to same ewe gave birth a second

I Mr, V.,.........*. Sikntal rrrraT.fob day. time and this lamb suited her.
to a raal ......,.. Mrs. Watson said all the moth.
era, LOU JACOBS. ".-HT alterations, draperies GEORGE AND RUSS er Instincts worked fine for the

SACRIFICE- bedroom house etc. reasonable 488-1130 Mobile Home Sales, Inc. second lamb. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS Barrett Approved Ruberoid Approved ,

near beach. Phone 4881872. 8558 N. Tamlaml Tr., Sarasota .
RUBBER STAMPS made to or. 6703 S. Tomlaml Tr., Bradenton I On Auto Insurance "S
EXCLUSIVE der. Overnight service. Office "
Beautifully located
or stock. JiSn '<< '
3 bedroom home. Near personal, pocket Lega! 1
the bay. All rooms are large 488-1432. 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE :S t "OND .
and well planned. Central b' .t NOTICE OF INTENTION t VI [ E '

and air conditioning. Nicely TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS MAX FOR EVERY KITCHEN 19/ /) L \; ?
landscaped, sprinkler system. SHEPARD Tht dmltiwd do hnbr erHfr tint
A th y *r* oondurtlnr I F.rbr) and Bean Unique Faucet Convenience s.
$26,500. us ty kualiiM' mt foe So Toe. an.der VIM/
for appointment Byron Mark- LUMBER CO. lh. 111tI1I_ ..,* of Ptlm 5oeb.r '"-"
.. '
Earle Kiltoo John C. ennettCompl.te
le. Realtor Md teutr nil thM HId firm b wnt.poMd A O B N C Y
Phone 488-4708. Blvd.
1003 N. Washington ill th. followlnc mnonl whoM Roofing ContractorSPRAY .
Sarasota nmmm u>4 plea o( rnldtn m u 116 W. Venice Avenue y'
: 3 Bedroom 3 .
bath. call tuloatoho: P. Doshati. P. 0. Baa 00L6nkwood -LLZ09 COATING
Reasonable. Easy 'J; T )lephon.:488 ' t,
term.. p. o. Box 88, Venice, ELLIOTT PAULfor MlUlnd L Doshatr P. o. loll 101 1. On Tile, Asbettot and Built Up Roofs I
QT488-W4. 1.1: _"",, Nokomis, Fla. Ph. 488.5913 y'' srI
__ Owiunhlv of PilB B.rbw u4 Bwutr ,

CBS a BEDROOMS Florida HOOr TBTJSSES M..n fullowti P. Donihntr. 10 Mr. wit.MlUrad I
room, tile bath Golden Beacaection. : Alum. WIndows ft Doors. L Douihortr, U pr .... '
It b our Intention to applr! to tin LARGER-
828 Roberts St. Centred Roofing a Painting Clerk of th. Circuit Court In end forSuuote DISTINCTIVE

OWNER Phone 488-2112 Venice :Mid .Oonntr.Film Berber Klorldm.and to Ntliter Fast .Uu ndo -
: TRANSFERRED, th nu. "",," .Ion. of Chapter IDtBl, Babe's Plumbing Co. Real I Estate Corner I
must sell Immediately S bed L.w. of Florid, Act of INI.WltntM D
room 1 bath. Very low down TYPEWRITERS!: and Adding onr kuidi this. S7 dw of 488.2402 488.5282 D I

>Payment> \ and assume FHA Machine (mechanically op- July 1MMIDRrn ,. BOUOHrRTTSTEPHEN > Radio Equipped Trucks t !

5?rt'age. No qualifying. 35S crated) Chemically cleaned P. DOURH&RTY.PuklUtl P. O. Boi 454. Nokomis ?
Cleo Oak Rd. like new. Just $12.50 plus pans A... I, 10. IT 14, 1M4 '
phone 488-4838.
All makes. Venice
If required '
ill W. Venice Ave. 2 BEDROOM HOME,
Stationers INTERESTED?
LEAVING TOWN Will sae- 488--1l1. WOLFER MOTORS Inc. INTERESTED ? I/I Block to Beach, Furnished

nce nice home In choice lo RAMBLER DODGEMS 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened Large Lot, Paved St. ST'S tl'''+

cation large in Venice Garden. 1 Help Wanted S. Tamtam! Trail! 488-3965-488-6150 AIR CONDITIONED! Porch, attached carport, Oil
bedroom. 1% baths. Den CENTRA! WATER AND SANITARY SEWER heat $7950.00
I can be used third REAL ESTATE office h''
bedroom. as a ACTIVE e Screened, Patio e 2 Bedroom e I lath Dwelling I OS East Aurora
Large utility room wants live-wire licensed real ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS KERMIT L. I .'
joined porch carport, etc. estate salesman. Reply J. C., S Repair Lubricate Chauti WELL FOR GARDEN & YARD $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED ,

clew Landscaped corner lot. 880 Box 748, Venice. S Front End Alignment Oil Change (41 SHAMROCK BLVD. TOTAL PRICE 12700. H. N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR

Rd. Phone 488-8894. e Front End Overhaul e Adfuit Headlights Beam" H. N. WIMMERS a Realtor 1 I

MALE OR FEMALE PILOTS e Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair REALTOR
Rentals needed for dally plane tours e Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic er StandS Agent for Western Union Telegraph Mon. thru frI. 9 to 5 221 W. Miami Aw. l 801 Laquna Drive48MA2I

i I/r. v. r MRM _. from Venice Air Date Must Radio Repairs ard Tranimltilon Repair Sat. till I p.m. CLOSED SUNDAY 488-5308 5
s.a.Ma "' have /500 hours and Florida
_0...': LOU JA00"J: 655 550, Real Estate License IMMEDIATE Alrconditlenlnq Repair and Initiation

APARTMENTS. 958-1187 collect for appoint.

"wonable.d shopping.Walk Call to 48W447.beach ment. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 3 Bt-droom" 2 Beth Home tn Venice, Garden TRADE YOUR TRAILER FOR HOME'u

finings: 474-8589. 2 Car Garage, Central Heal and Air Condition
"- Male Help Wanted Screen Porch, Washer, Red and Drape. Central lot 100' i 125', 2 Bedroom, Terrene, Tile Beth, Range end { i

FURNISHED Bedroom houseroom 'Member Chamber of Commerce Sewer and Water. This well landscaped home only Refrigerator. Completely furnished. Dock and Boat. Will {,
''fOil. Also furnished 1 bed- with take Mobil. Home. ''
apartment, utilities furwshed for part time lumber 16500. Terms $12,500.00GULF
$80 month. Nokomis Write P. O. Box 1141, Heating and Air Conditioning ;

gel.hta.. Inquire 215 San Marco Heating 6 Air Conditioning Inttollatfont
Venice 4881434. Venice. REALTY 41
Gas Ranges a Water Heater, ,
nte heated: pool.Eft'W Apt.,, Venice. Hen hath no fury like] a ityl- Free Estimates ; REALTOR Bruce Thompson, Ren Cobb, Joseph Sacs,, Associate h

Ave. Week /, month i" yearly, Ish-itout woman after she has No Job Too Big or, Joe Small I 251 W. Venice, Ave. Phone ....1600 ....2649 Phone 488.6736y
tteata diet 216 S. Tr. P. O. Box 935
aabl.. Summer s.ate.; Ph. been on a rapid-reducing 263 So Trail. Venice.Ph, 488-1271!, eu4dl :
three days '
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Duck Season Model! Oil Derrick .

I, llA The People Speak


I I .n. (Oaotl..ed free pen 1)) "Nawth" for a few weeks. Study One Of Its Kind
than: year I was her bead Believe me we have expert TALLAHASSEE Florida Only r
cbk at the ManaioU Be.ch0IIb. enced more extreme weather duck hunters focussed their attention
VtI Ce. late for her here than you have. Just a few on Richmond, Va, this
chiMreo and her husband, minutes ago I looked at the 'Oh
week when game departmentadministrator (Continued from page 1) sued neither hobby further. He
li X believe I knew her better thane thermometer outside my window and the to
biologist la delighted to show rig
iqrcneelM.VOIA. (in shade) and it said just at the same time illustrating
from 17 states of it ITOB
the Atlantic visitors and often turns on
III with the part or tool the
MAE TOUJVER, even 100. The other extremewas proper
Flyway gathered to considerrecommendations for fun, changing the process
and method of
48. You fell the Venice purpose operation.
WD1. can
\ '
for this fall'sduck from the drilling to the actu.l01l.pump1n
Whatever it is, when he
Chiton. WJ. Area Chamber of Commerce lDfLi
and ;
goose season. and gas producing
talks about the "dresser"
A Tribute I am one of their most take
Mat. Cutler wa no ordinary ardent ambassadori The Ven- Dr O. E. Frye, Jr. assistant can almost hear the snore and phase. The changeover
woman She was differ ice Area may not quite be perfect director Game and Fresh Water when he talks about calling in several hours, he
ant from many we know to- but it approaches it. Fish Commission represented the "fisherman" for a repair Since there is presumably.
day. She had the courage and J. E. ROACH Florida at the flyway coun job you can "feel" the quiet nothing like his model anywhere
belief that God was the an- Dr. cil meeting. of the cessation of the drilling the question of whether
140 East Seminole ,
ewer to problem. process while l Boedecker he had been approached by oil '
every South Venice. According to Frye. "the
the tools. companies Interested in acquiring
\ Mrs. Cutler lived a life In (Presently in St. Johns, states of the Atlantic Flyway changes
His carving has extended to it Boedeckersaid '
which ed.Wh came up.
1 no Ind. Council will make r
) recommen-
no meanness and no evil dations concerning waterfowl one other item, a horse standing he had had no queries. r-
I could endure. She helped hunting to the United States with a snake beneath it. "They don't even know I I 1
many people, from sorrow to Urankar law Net Fish and Wildlife Service in An excellent piece, he did it have it," he said.
Joy, from emptiness to full Washington. While the final au only because his father-indaw, Now he and Mrs. Boedeckerare
II.... Tourney WinnerJerry thority for seasons, bag limits a master at carvin, asked himto simply enjoying retire--
She would go beyond her I and other details is with the try it, and he did. This was ment. He like. to play cards ; i'
limit if she thought she could Urankar was the ClassA Fish and Wildlife Service, we his first and last attempt at and does a good bit of this. 1 1oe
be of help to anyone, no matter winner with a net 39'4 and feel that the states should be fine carving, and he executedthe Whether he might do anything a
their creed or color. She Beta Belghey the runner-up considered in establishing the piece solely with his penknife further with his rig never occurred
i always felt that she wasn't with a net 42 in the Lake VenIce I regulations" to him, he said. He has :,
Important. She captured the Women's Golf Assn. low No Hobbyist Now fun with It, so do his friends e
heart and the love of many net tourney. Florida will again support a The Boedeckcrs came here and neighbors, and that's ,
people; she was happiest Class B winner of the weekly resolution that legal shooting five years ago and he has pur enough for him.
when she was doing something Wednesday event was Emma hours for waterfowl be extend. I
for someone.I Manning with a net 41H, ed to one-half hour before sunrise .. .H"- .at
remember when she caved with Bee Stewart In the run- rather than sunrise. Frye I I
a little colored bov's life. ner-up soot with 42. said, "this measure was originally Haley Report csdlDi
Several people suggested that Veah Handler and Ann Y.... adopted to conserve ducks .-*.!far ...... kr ttair MMtoi

I it be mentioned in the paper. ger tied for Class C honors by> reducing the chance shooting OTTO BOEDECKER holds In his hands the exact scale and the rig either "drills' toroil" fan
with net 45s. Class C of protected specie.. We (Continued from page I) South Viet Nam.
She brushed these aside re- runner.up of tools" which he is preparing to or, with a change of parts, "pump. the
have found from field observations Thus, General Taylor takesto
rnarkin "None of that was' Lucy Journeay with a our eru
nonsense net 47.Consoll.tlon. that waiting for sunrise man efforts at subversion were I his new assignment not only attach to his model oil-drilling rig, set up oil and natural gas. It took Boedecker, a
I've done what I
at his Street retir-d machinist two yean to complete the
feared in his Florida room Banyan
increased the practice of masterful competence in military -
price for July
j could. I'm no hero. I'm just
Polly Cutler" went to Eleanor Gelglev. Next' sky busting! and in turn Increased As Army Chief of Staff In I matters, but a demon home. All parts of the complete rig are to modeL std
The community of Venice event will be another low net the percentage of crippled 1955.59, General Taylor pushed strated talent for courageous
will not be the only place tourney. ducks." so hard for modernization our diplomatic action. This is Important onuh
and its people will not be the Florida will also recommenda > badly neglected Army that In an area where it Snook BitingAt
he incurred the disfavor of has been said with considerable
only peonle who will miss atrrCOLUMBUS R.1ILWAY minimum of four ducks and
this wonderful woman Ohio (AP) may include a two duck bonuson Resident< Eisenhower Failing accuracy that the task is South JettySnook I NOTICESARASOTA
.1 am proud and hapoy to Ohio's shortest railroad has the Florida duck in that sec- to win Presidential! f support, he "20 per cent military and 80 ckS
have had the opportunity ofworking completed third straight ac tion of the state located south retired and published a book per cent political." are biting at the South
for and sharing the cident-free year of operation. "The Uncertain Trumpet," All of this, coupled with the e..
of state road 50 if the population -
love of such a marvelous It's a 5-mile line, using an of this duck is sufficiently which later was to help in acmitring President's action In making Jetty, according to A. M. Sherman COUNTY BEACH
woman. 80-ton diesel Inmotive to move modernization funds increasingly clear our warning of Venice, who landed
high. The Florida duck is a Called out of retirement by of effective retaliation to further
cars, which supports the mission four Friday including a 13'/a-! REGULATION
To The Editor: of Stratetie Air Command native of Florida and does not President Kennedy as his military aggression, brings new hopeto pounder. 'ett1
We have enjoyed reading the and tenant units at Lockbourne migrate. A special waterfowl advisor and then as Chair- those of us who are weary of
.news from home while back Air' Force Base. survey designed! to census the m&lof the Joint Chiefs of teeing the United States turn Largest of the catch was Pursuant to Section 125.46 of the Florida Statue,
Florida duck population Is Staff. General Taylor not only the other cheek to slap after weighed in at Roy's Sporting Ution 4 of government bathing beaches owned and operated
underway -
succeeded in getting modernizatIon slap. The President author qrr
by Goods store. Sherman used a by Sarasota County arc as follows: r
this week. funds for the Army, but izing flights over Communist- Rebel lure for bait.
Final fall! regulations are In greatly expanding; our paramilitary held portions of Laos, move- I I-No surf board of any site, shape) or form shall be s
usually announced by the Fish I I and guerilla warfare ment of ships and planes into allowed in the waters of any county public beach unless P
then In ,
t'apabilitIesand get. South China Sea, and shipment
and Wildlife Service by late tine immediate application ot! of new' military equipment to for a designated area is assigned for same Life Guards using VIIIIAI
C August. this special warfare concept in j' Thailand has given clear warning i on such boards for rescue are the only exception to this
that we now are fully ready enjoyableday GOLF regulation I
to risk war with Communist'
I Your Government I China to prevent Red takeoverof 1' of_ 2-In case of severe weather conditions tool as; lightening

Southeast Asia. TRY and thunderstorms, strong tides, heavy waves or undertow .-

I (Continued from page C) just to changes in life in the This, naturally, risks big SARASOTAGOLF bathers will be Instructed to leave the water or
I way one adjusted to an occasional war. But we did so in Greece swim In a designated area if, In the opinion of the beech or
panded. Yet the waiting list of new pair of shoes which and Turkey, In the Formosa I CLUB personnel on duty, their lives are in danger 1tt 1
I qualified applicants is longer Straits, and In Cuba. And
were basically the same as the DAILY
than it was before this expansion old pair. But in this day of every time we have made a I FEES .a E. 3-Beech personnel at any county public beach shaH keep ttde
program began. which the intercontinental missile choice for principle, with all its bathers within safe distance
I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. a from the shoreline. A
I Ten years ago this state had is but In which risks, over appeasement, the safe distance shall
a symbol, be distance from the
I South of Sarasota any shore where
five junior colleges! It he* built enemy has cringed and back.
28 more at a faster rate than the conditions great antagonist for which is we changIng are- ed down. i __ water a bather can touch: bottom and still keep his head above deC

1 r ) A any other state in the nation, not prepared leisurely adjustment .
but the need for further ad- is no longer compatiblewith 4-No sports or ttheletics of
u |yet dm:>met.ns and expansions is not progress, or even with EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES county public beach unless any approved type are by allowed the Board on any of C
survival. We need not .
just a
County Commissioners
a The multiplication of population hot-linn to Moscow, to deal 0 EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I such of Sarasota County. Examples of
particularly in Florida, with the changes in the mindof sports; soccer, football, baseball Softball weight S
0 TRADITIONAL lifting, volley ball, etc
1 has assumed such proportions one man or the actions of
as to defy comprehension.This one nation; we need a hotlineto j i. Let us style your favoritevaie! 5-No
had s' camping of any type shall be allowed!
state a leisurely 130 : tomorrow. I or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. at Psr
years in which to accommo- Today is yesterday's tomorrow any county owned park, playground, beach, or other
date to the growth of the first and tomorrow has dawn : Rewiring; ; Rtttytinj recreation: areas. This includes house trailers, travel trail t
100 people per square mile. We ed before the sun has set to All Lamp Repaint; ers, mobile. campers tents or any other shelter used In utr
have less than 20 years to prepare day. Mastering today and to- Work by Experienced. Designers and association with the housing of ampere utG
r for the next 100 people per morrow can be done only by I'
1 s"t square mile. The rate of the mind. Muscle will not perform Craftsmen Sarasota County Boardof J,u
change is six times as great, the task. Tatural resources I THE D
I and undoubtedly Increase. are of no sure value.A LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Commissioners

In a world of leisurely and strategic advantage can be I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA I R W.
comfortable evolution from one wiped out by one invention. A Deputy Clerk
stage to the next, there was stockpile can become obsolete I
time to gather around the potbellied i i overnight.Our a'
stove to discuss the few only sure resource, other P
changes that the next several than the love of God upon IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW IF
years would bring. There was which we can rely in these turbulent
time to debate the pros and times is the educated when itr
4f cons of different courses of mind guided by a dedicated you h
action. There was time to ad purpose to serve. rr

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