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 20, 1964
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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: VID00226
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Venice Hospital has turned Because of this factor the phasized it would continue its this would raise the cost of the
down a $92,000 federal grant board instructed the Florida drive for the remaining $300 hospital addition by something
because it had too many Development Commission to 000 from Individuals and private over $10,000 without in any way
strings attached. cancel the grant made available organizations.The Increasing the value of the hospital.
The hospital board in announcing I under the Wolverton board issued this state I I
.. I its decision said com Amendment to the HillBurtonAct ment: "In view of this increased ;

pliance with the federal stipulations which was to have been "When plans were first made cost, and considering the possibility
I would Increase the cost used for outpatient services. of further federal corn '
for the hospital addition that is
of Us $700,000 expansion program The board said the hospital now being built the hospital (Continued on page 2)) I
without increasing the thus far has received $400,000in
-' '
board asked, through the Flor- ,
value of the hospital to the private contributions for the
I ida Development Commission, : H'"
H New Venict High annex will be completed in time for 1964-65 school term I community. addition now going up and em- for federal funds which under 1>

the of the Hill-Bur.
provisions ;
'
ton Act, funds are made available ,7 v
FACILITIES FACULTIES ENLARGED
I I to many hospitals for general I
hospital construction.

"Such funds were not available I

There for is,the however Venice, the hospital.Wol I'' 1

I South County Schools Ready For Start verton Burton Amendment Act that to authorizes the Hill- )'1

grants to hospitals to be used >v I.i ir" I. I
solely for outpatient services I r
Under this Amendment grant
something less than three conditions prevalent for the 'teacher from last year Increases Venice High School, with 37 principal at VHS. Fifth grade Ronald Mitchell was arranged for the Venice ," .
it from today It will be past several years and eliminate the VES instructional staff members on its teaching staff, New teachers at Venice Elementary Mrs. Florence Smith and Hospital in the amount of approximately + \
k to school for some 2,436 much of the need for post- by two. has number of
the largest new include Mrs. Nina (Continued on page 2) $92,000. This mon ",,:.
i County youngsters atjij able classrooms that have beena Nokomis Elementary has teachers for the 1964-65 school Riesling and Mrs. Florence I ey was to be used partly for
Venice, Nokomis and part of the scene for the added four new teachers and year. Nine new teachers have Smith, both transfers from No- the construction of those portions w
ewood public schools past three or four years, lost three two by transferfor been added to the VHS faculty komis Elementary and Mrs. Back To School of the hospital which J
id It will be back to work Faculty Changes a total of 13 facultymer which, with four leaving, Increases Henrietta Kelly of South Point, would be used by out patients, : '
118 teachers and five Venice Elementary School :bera plus the principal, the instructional staff Ohio On page 9 of this \Issue but it was largely for the purchase J {.1 %
icipili In the five schools, will have three new teacherson Mrs Elinor Eklund. by five John E. Davis is the VES AssignmentsThe The GONDOLIER presents of diagnostic equipmentto JOHN ELKINS FRASER "
lulling 22 new faculty mem- its faculty of 25, plus Principal Venice Junior High gained to Its readers a full page be used in X-ray, emergency ,I
i and two transfers James S. Dunaway. Two four new teachers and lost fourto full faculty at VES and Back-To-School promotion, and physiotherapy departments (
additions to the physical of the new VES teachers are remain status quo with 29 New TeachersTo their teaching assignments for featuring tthe latest styles John E. Fraser h,
the 1964-65 school term follow:
nti at all four schools are transfers from Nokomis Elementary faculty members However, ,
from the shelves of Venice "At the time this grant was
he final stages of complet- School while the third one more will be added in the First grade Mrs Doris merchants board
and are expected to be is new to the Sarasota County field of special education to Brown, Mrs. Phyllis Mikesell, ready-to-wear arranged the hospital '
Be Honored The student models wearing was told that there was only Realtor Dies
Mrs. Budner and Mrs.
dy for opening day of the public school system replace Mrs. Mildred Gordon Shirley them are "Ail-Venice" too. one string attached-the hospital ,
1-05 ichool term. The ex- Addition of the three new who retired at the close of the Riesling. Our Is to intro would have to agree to a i'
led facilities will in most faculty member at. Venice\ 1963.64 school t Principal An informal reception for Second grade Mrs. Ada duce to purpose our readers the Im- policy of non-discrimination on Funeral services for John
e.i reduce the overcrowded Elementary and the loss of one at VJHS la Guy Rose new teachers in the Venice Wilson, Mrs, Laura Ferguson, portant position these VenIce account of race, religion or color Elkins Fraser, 58, Venice realtor '
"'- "'- area schools is set for next Mrs Winifred Debnam and and civic leader, will beheld II
>f >f >E ?f 1} >F shops have taken in themerehandiaingfield. in the matter of both patioent "" '
Thursday, Aug 27, at the Venice Mrs. Florence McBride care and professicnal help. tomorrow at 10 a.m. at a'Y
; High School cafeteria, beginning Third grade Mrs Florence Through its continued To that the board agreed. Farley Funeral Home Chapel.
t\piphany School J Opens Early at 9 a.ro. Miller, Mrs. Bettle Pitcock and growth and expansion Venice "It soon developed, however I The Rev Donis Dean Pat- 1I.fterson :
\ Mrs Fern third-
Business and professional Segerlind; can boast of shops having that there was at ]least of St. Mark's Episcopal
leaders of the community and fourth combination Mrs other the hospital's Church will officiate. K .
Just about everything to one string Upor -
other prominent citizens have Virginia Blades Mr. Fraser, whose home was '. tt: .
f piphany Catholic School infact will be Mrs Virginia Miller ule] has not yet been set up be found elsewhere "Shopat acceptance of federal
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been issued Invitations to the Fourth erade-Mra. Dorothy Harbor Drive died
at 227 S.
will open Tuesday, and the other has not yet been pending the appointment of the Home" need no longer bea funds the contractor would be ()t; r
Aldrich and Alice Sleas- "
Mrs
annual affair by VHS Principal Tuesday at Sarasota Memorial ,
ft. 1 unnamed teacher It's fact.Wyckoff obliged to accept the federal
exactly one week beth named. new slogan a
John E. Davis, Coffee and man; fourth-fifth combination Hospital. He was a native of 'e
schedules of rates and job
teachers besides A of all pay
public schoolsparochial Returning meeting parochial '
doughnuts will be served. -Gerald Pease. I New York City, later lived in
classifications, not only on
school will Sister Helen will be Sister teachers of the Diocese will be '
ope- Richmond, Va, and Ormond : "
Christine and held Thursday Au,. 27 at those parts of the builling that
e on half-day sessions dur- Sister Joseph Beach, from which city he I
would be used for out patientcare
Moore School in
Sister Bishop High
James McCoy. Principal
the first t
week, resuming came here in 1953. His real es-
but the whole hospital
run schedule of classes Helen said the teaching ached- Orlando, on I
ont project. It is estimated that (Continued on page 2)
*t, 8, after the Labor Day

Wlclpated day enrollment for Miss Teen Haven .3 rxf \.1!

1964-65 school term, accord- Erosion Hearing j i

to the principal, Sister Hel- wX, ?,at jf
will 1 be 200, an increase of I I
over last year's opening en- Entries SoughtEntry
l

:cent listrallon figure for the new fall 'wyp1 Scheduled Today t

m will be held Monday blanks for the Miss ordinator, said the applicationsmay

ough Wednesday, Aug. 24- Teen Haven contest, a high- be picked up by prospective The Sarasota County Com. Manor and Cornwell-on-the r,
hum 10 a.m. until noon and light of the youth center's entrants at the Dog'n'Sudsand mission holds a public hearing Gulf
''ml Pm, to 3 p.m. at the grand reopening Sept S for the A&W drive-ins, Anne K at 10 a.m. today at city hall on Proponents of the district say '
had 1 office fall and winter season, will be beauty salon and First Federal proposed Venice Area Erosion its early establishment is essential ,
Two new lay teachers will available today at four locations Savings & Loan Assn District as a first step toward IP II. '
..
111,the Epiphany faculty for Deadline for entering will be Petitions on behalf of the district development of erosion-free ,
e M45 school year. One Bob Knuckles, contest co. Saturday, Aug. 29, one week circulated the past two beaches for the benefit of prop :.
prior to the contest. weeks for signing by freehold erty owners and tourists who ', .
Judges for the competition to ers and upland Gulf front prop- use them. They also point out ; '.
select typical teenage girl to erty owners, will be presentedat it would be of great advertising i' .
a '
'fir; *; i, represent Teen Haven will be this morning's session. value to the Venice area as
w t r I Y 1' Judge and Mrs. John The proposed district would the first district under a new It ,.'
County .
Graham, the Rev. and Mrs include the City of Venice, Gulf law adopted by the 1963 Florida : '. ( '
Edward Dinkins and Mayor Shores, Golden Beach, Gulf Legislature. I "

and Mrs Smyth D. Brohard.The K .. .),r

Miss Teen Haven contest 1 '


evening will scheduled highlight of to get activity an underway afternoon which witha and is When The Fish Are Jumping, ? )" p pI I

and sausage supper M2k I

test from pancake is 4 scheduled p.m to 7 p for.m.7:30 The: p.m.con :I i Keep Your Mouth Shut I Jlft, ,

followed by a dance from 8 to
11:30: p.m.Proceeds. Gene Stewart's motto ed from the water and

from the pancake from now on is: "When the straight down his gullet I +

tw and sausage supper will go fish are Jumping, keep your Liefguard Don Breding at ,
tt toward refurbishing the airport mouth shut"Fifteenyearold Venice Beach fed Gene 'j
youth center and constructionof b Gene and bread and liquids in a vain ,'r
an outdoor screened patio on r I a half dozen companionswere effort to get the fish movingon
which construction was started swimming in the Gulf down the youth's digestive

Wednesday. last Friday when they found tract.
The competition is open to I + themselves in a school of About six hours later at
CYt
: llpm. Gene let go with a
all girls who are residents of shiners
South Sarasota County from I When they'd slap the water -mighty sneeze and out plopped +

Osprey to North Port Charlotte t with their hands the the fish. The errant fish
and Englewood Entrants must shiners would leap from the had lodged in his throat.

be enrolled in grades 7 through water The small fish apparently "We're laughing aboutit a
11 at the Venice junior and senior were under the Im- now, but it was no laughing
high schools. r pression a bigger fish was matter before Gene ( 1'
In their midst and this was sneezed" said his mother,
their way of escaping being Mrs Daniel L. Stewart, 1720
WEATHERHigh devoured. Banyan Drive, Venice Gardens

"We'd better keep our .
Low Rain mouths shut or we'll have a As for Gene, he's steering I
AUG. 12 91 74 .04 mouthful of fish," yelled clear of shiner schools in
AUG. 13 III 73 .00 of the youths. the Gulf. Nor has he any in- !
AJG.34 90 73 00 00.. ._._\m.-..... .--L t 1.. t one About that time Gene began tention of reviving; the old
AUG. 15 91 74 00 fad of fish swallowing ,
collegiate
' director The coughing and choking
Wyckoff
of and Betsy ,
ut t "COME\!: WINDFALL, Wen not exactly check a windfall presently -, AUG.AUG. 15 17 91 90 73 74 .07.00 Venice WATER Gardena SPRITES youths- Thin are smiling members group of the boys, who do diving and clown acts are, in One of the shiners had leap- gold or otherwise
hvmt nonetheless was the $30,057,00 order Walter Balslnger, Phil
the
1 91 73 .00 newly organized water show troupe sponsored same ,
AUG. 18
Wedn-
rlct Mayr Smytl\ Gardens Recreation Center. Feiron, Roger Hyrrell, Bob Johnson and Tom
by Venice districtlgmanage the TOTAL FOR MONTH 1.00 by the Venice
'[orid A-, Ryan, of The troupe staged its first performance recently Rezek. Other members of the water ballet SHOE\!: CLEARANCE for the ,. SMOKED PICNICS 290 Ib. i
L, tower Co The FLP's annual franchisefcJti MAXWELL for resident of the Gardens at the team not pictured are LIla Joeckel, Betty I entire family at Beall's in Venice [and 100 Extra Top Value
city All grinds la
over free at Kwik Chek
of $2 205 with Stamps
Center along
Increase Shopping ,
reDre..nts
1e an first! HOUSE Coffet 59a Ib. at pub- recreation center pool. Seated, front to rear, Fox and Patty Fox. I
higher than the alt of special purchase, Rialto Shopping Center
year and I. five times Center Linda Webrand Sara Havensteite Amy .
ar
1l1\1l1t. of llx in Venice Shopping .
:
$6,056.90 1nJ111 II,



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>Jt--Tli.. GONDOLIER, Venice FU. Thursday, August 20. 1944f FRASER


. i : !i l;: .\P. : South County Schools Ready To Start ( HOSPITALContinued from page 1)) tate(Continued office was from located page at 1))325 {B&BMOt,

trol In the future, the
measures Ave.
W. Venice I
1 'r 2100 RINGLING BLVD. SARASOTA
'Ii' ; .h:': (Continued from page 1)) grades will be located at the Claire Stone, Mr. Carol Sher. Neumann of Gainesville, Lawrence hospital board has come to the He was president of VeniceNokomli 755.575, sr
1'I I*., Mrs. Henrietta Kelly east end of the new addition man, Mrs Chlorena Blades, Rlnn of Tampa, James conclusion that the hospitalwill Rotary Club, past- tat
"? be better off without
Sixth grade Mrs. Shirley and the fifth grades In the west Mrs. Barbara Needleman, T Rogers of Athens, W. Va., federal funds, and accepting In president and charter member. FrTo
'\.. Crawford, Joseph Duel! and end. Center portion of the new Mrs. Florence Harms, Mr. John Shufflebarger of Taller ft has Instructedthe of Venice Area Board of Realtors CADILLACSFACTORY
?,, Joseph Barone; special education building will be a work area Eloise Mitchell, Mrs. Doris hassee and Ross Smith of Sar consequence Florida Development Com a member and pait-direc itrat
Miss Margaret Ingalls for the faculty Angel, William Pitcock and tor of Venice Area Chamber 01
( 'and Mrs Virginia Mathues; Nokomls Elementary Staff Mrs. Dorothy Rlpley. sota.Teachers not returning
,reading Mrs Myrtle Hill; librarian ' New teacher at Nokom Primary teachers at Nokomis VHS this year include Edmund 'This' does not mean that the Taxpayers League and a 1959 to 1963
Miss Sarah Rishel. i Elementary are Mrs Mary Elementary will be Mrs Kulakowskl, who has accepted financing' of the hospital addition member of Venice Yacht Club
The new annex at Venice Cornettl. Mrs. Edith Casey, Cornettl, Mrs. Nash, Mrs. a teaching post at Edison Jun. is completed. The BuildIng In Ormond Beach he was
Elementary will house all fifth Mr. Patricia Nash and Mrs Sherman and Mrs Blades, with lor College in Fort Myer; Fund I* still short of its' founding president of Rotary BETTER N
'and sixth grades and one fourth I Helen Morrison. Returning faculty Mrs. Needleman ai the read. Gene! Neely, returned to Ohio; goal by about $300,000, and the Club president of the Chamber BARGAINS VI
i grade class Fourth and sixth members include Mr. Ing coordinator for the primary Donald Stone, teaching fellow. I hospItal board continues to appeal of Commerce and a member of haIna
grades. Other teaching assignments ship at the University of Florida to the community for the City Planning Board. He
at Nokomis nave not yet t at Gainesville David Cor help." was associated with HomeOwners
;
EXPERIENCED MECHANICS:=
= Rich FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE
Loan Corp. In 1Cwt
'$" been completed. bett, re-entered the armed service The community > supported IN
10" Member Chamber of Commerce mond, Va. from 1936-1944.
.
Classrooms for the primary hospital has never received
f ,'' 1: Survivors Include his widow, THE GONDOLIER wtIt
', : students (first and second I Anticipated enrollment at thee funds from any governmental .
and two sisters Mrs.T
,
B&W Auto ) will be located in th I school source state orfederal. Dorothy,
k.. ,. RepairMODERN graders high on opening day wilt Y'i: T. Hyde Jr and Miss Margaret ItCt
: new four-classroom addition. b. approximately 623, an expected . In the fedral of 4
Ann Fraser Boston.
,\4 EQUIPMENT IRS Teaching! Changes Increase of some 60 student grant It thus maintain Its CtT
4 .Q'('O-i ;', EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE y Junior High's new teacher I over last year's Ml at position of depending solely today use radar and SPECIAL! . PERMANENT WAVE +
J'' +' ;;..: will be James Scaggs of Tails the end of the first month. upon private contribution and Is
their
ALIGNMENT helicopters to track
& WHEEl prey
lessee., Miss Myrna Woods of BONAT COLD
i '4i \ BALANCE Plant Expanslm' operating revenues for Its ope- and "catcher" ship are armed POPULAR WAVE
F South Bend Ind., Mrs. Helen
I I ENGINE TUNE UP & Albritton of Sarasota and Mrs. An extensive remodeling and ration. with explosive weapons.
I OVERHAUL Sandra Andrew of Lynchburg, expansion at VHS this summer REG S15 5 NOW $12,51 G
"
1 1
E
,I has seen two new wings erected 1
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Va.Not and science and commercial Obituaries I StS Sta
returning to Junior High
facilities in the exist-
already
Hair with
I TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1y his year are Mrs. Irva Mad Three one can Bonat Spray each was,
buildings expanded.
FREE
ng
,,y. 629 E. Venice Are. Ph. 483-3502 dox, who I Is taking< a maternity classroom in Wing C were remodeled LIMITED TIME ONLY n c
leave; Mr, Mildred Gordon, into twn rooms, four EDGAR t. HILDERBRAND 1044 he bought a farm and t
ALL WORK GUARANTEED retired; Richard Campbell, lassrooorns in Wing A were managed this until moving to
b
furthering his schooling: and Into labs Edgar Ivan Hilderbrand, 67f Englewood where he developed ADKINS BEAUTY
........--..... ....-_<,."" -.......-I Mrs. Alta Payne, a mid-year and expended two commercial two science room Harbor Shores, Laurel, died Smithfield Subdivision. GLADYS SALON J s

I substitute. were enlarged Into one room. Sunday at Venice Hospital.Mr. Survivors Include his widow, Call 4884o50 0s 0F
Opening enrollment at VJHS HUderbrand retired from 131 W. Miami Ave.
i. I Is expected to be 600 to 815. The new annex at the front the Atlanta Police Dept. In Florence; a step-son, Capt.
of the building contain four James R. Burns, USAF, of F
I Registration at the close of the 958 after 35 year service. He
BLALOCK first month last year was 598. classrooms and the new Industrial was a native of Atlanta and Grand Forks, N. D. ;a brother, t
JAMES T. AGENCY INCA Faculty for the 196449 school art building at the rear ,came to this area, five years Warren L Smith of Plymouth, P
term at Junior High and their of the campus house two ao, Mich.; and two sisters, Mrs t
Mariana Bower of St. Clair,
i more.
e
ranct teaching assignment are: He was assistant to Chief of
Mrs. Helen Albritton, mathematics Teachers and their assignments Atlanta Police at the time of Mich., and Mrs Betty Jack P
fllo6fislted 1929 ; James Anderson ring- at VHS for the 196443 its retirement. He wa a memo son of K. I. Sawyer AFB, Mich. t
I ; 243 W. VENICE AVE. lash and remedial reading; school term follow: her of First Baptist Church 01! Funeral services were con- r
'0; VENICE, FLORIDA Mrs. Sandra Andrew, typing; Rey L. Grams, guidance director Osprey; Atlanta Lodge 89, ducted Monday at Rawles Funeral
Select end Consult *n Independent Ralph Archibald, world geogaphy : Mr. Marion Chable, &AM; Yaarab Temple, Home Chapel, Englewood r
PHONE Insurance ; Robert Ball' history business education; Mrs. Carol AAONMS of Atlanta; and Ancient by The Rev. Arlo L.Lelnback. .
4884791 would Agent at you and geography; Guy Bennett, Dunn, French, art, business and Accepted Order of vicar of St. David's I
your Doctor or Ltwyer. mathematics Englash and business law; Edward Scottish Rite, Valley of Atlanta. Episcopal Church. Burial was ea1"
William Blewitt. industrial W. Fanning III, mathematics in Lemon Bay Cemetery. 223W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE '
arts; Richard Brown, athletic : John Fedison, science; Survivors Include his widow,
--, director and boys' physical Mrs Elsie C. Hanson, homemaking Eva! ; three sons, Edgar I. Hil- JEFFREY ALAN MEARES
\ education Alfred Budner, science John Harris, matheatics 1 1r
; ; derbrand Jr. of Miami Cosby
; ( ; Mrs. Velma Conway, librarian ; Robert Hedrick, senor C. HUderbrand and Michael C. Jeffrey Alan Meares Infantson T An Inviolate RightIt
ABC SECRETARIAL SERVICE ; Harold Fultz. chorus; social studies; Bertelyn C. Iderbrand, both of Atlanta; of Mr. and Mrs. Carl C.
Donald Goes strings; Mrs. Sue Hodges, business education. end six daughters. Mrs. Frances Meares of Lakeland, died Tues
BY THE HOUR. DAY OR WEEK Gals, English; Charles Hodges, at Lakeland General Hospital
Gerald W. Goshall, dean of Rowan, Mr*. Jewelle Ross, day is right to call the funeral A i
and your
history
civics .
In office students; Miss Joyce Lewis, Mn. Betty Chapman and Mr*.
t your or ours. Robert Hodnon, science and English. social studies; Rich. Jo Ann Barger, all of Atlanta, The paternal grandmother, f rector of your choice. Should anyone it/
1 I GENERAL TYPING a BOOKKEEPING biology; Miss Anne Hunt Lorraine, home aid Lewis English, speech and Mrs Wylene Martin of Orlando Mrs Ruby G. Meares, residesIn tempt to Interfere with your selection,,
Mis 1
= STATISTICAL TYPING PAYROLL economics; edu- Journalism: George Mahar, and Mr*. Donna Cagle of Englewood Maternal GENERAL OFFICE ROUTINE MANUSCRIPTS Johnson, girls'. physical English: Milton McLaren, eooial East Point, Ga; a brother, H. is Mrs Minnie Eurleyof
"t Receptionist Duties Mimeographing ration; Mlle Ann McDowell, 1 studies: Miss Mildred Me- C!. Hilderbrand of Morrow, Lakeland. Other survivorsare right and that you intend to use It.
: fine arts; Mrs. Isabella Os- Amis, English and social stud. Ga.; and a sister, Mrs. J. P.C.mp brothers Carl B. MearesJr.
Dictaphone borne, English/( 9; Mrs. Alice of Chambee, Ga. Eric
lee: Miss Lily Moore, matheatlcs Dwayne Meares and
I I I Ph. 488.3462 or 488-4406i Raudenbush, foreign language counsel.; ; Eva Jean Neighbors, Funeral services were held Gregory L. Meares.
Lenox Reid, guidance
Iclence; Richard Neumann, yesterday at Cascade Baptist Graveside services were held
I'l During busy days avoid costly delay' or Manuel mathematics English; Miss Ivonne Plercy, Church in Atlanta with The yesterday at Gulf Pines Memorial -
with a dependable "Girl Friday" from Roy ,, English John; , rls' physical education. I Rev. Edward Owens of Osprey Park with the Rev. Arlo

the ABC Secretarial Service 1 J James easman Scaggs, band; Mr. ;Nancy William W. Pinder, Spanish, Baptist Church officiating, as-. li. Lelnback, vicar of St.David' .
listed bY The Rev. George Hut.sty
Smith, science and girls' phv- Latin American studies; JamesPowell of Cascade Baptist Church Episcopal Church, officiating
Mrs. Marcia B. world history Mrs .
steal education; ; Burial was In Westvlew Cemetery
Walker, science: Ralph Win. Minnie J. Proffit, librarian; in Atlanta. Rawles Funeral Home, Englewood
sett, civics and boys' physical Lawrence Rinn cooperative Rawles Funeral Home was in was in charge of, arrangements.
FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL I education; Miss Myrna Woods. business education; James T.Roers. chare of local arran.ments.ROJERT I .
96 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD
mathematics; Ward Wright, science; H. Dale Rog- p
English.<< etc driver education; Tal- 'a ""a
Principal: JEAN SPEAR, (MISTD) All science classes at VJHS madge L. Rushing, diversified KENNETH SMITH ------1 7u.i 1KMD atilt, I

will be moved to the new science cooperative education; John Robert Kenneth Smith, 83, of gp eglE !
wing addition, with the lufflebarger, industrial arts. 555 Denbum Court, Englewood, Home RlllU&s
VENICERegistration guidance office, a study hall Richard W. (Bill) Smith, ath- died Friday at his home. Nursing
and Mr. Anderson's Englishand letic director; Ross Smith, inus'rlal He was a native of Marine 24 Phone Hour Venice Nursing 488-T70J Service I FUNERAL HOME I 6 )

reading program occupying arts; James Somers, City, Mich., and came here twoyears car roses OS) LION act
three tem-
the remaining
biology; Donald Goss, dance ago from that city. ,
--""'" -
: Fri., Aug. 28th, 7 to 9 p.m. porary classrooms. The VJHS band, strings; John Sleasman, For 21 year he was Ships ----
physical education department band; Robert Hodson. science. Engineer of Great Lakes. In
also has been enlarged and a
at the STUDIOCORNER
storage room for athletic equip-

OF E. VENICE AVE. & VENICE BY-WAY ment Englewood added. Elementary 9& q f CfMal( caJome : :

I Stall I: JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AISTD) Englewood Elementary ex-

JANICE DREW (AISTD) pecte 220 students, little changeIn 'os Nokomis Ave. Venice
,
numbers from last year.
\ PH. School opens Sept. 8. a* do the .
SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR others and registration will beon .
'
a . *"* I" to meet the staff on registration; d.y, Sept. 2 and 3. ::t:1
Improvement at the Engle-
wood school include some
BALLET kitchen renovations and paint. 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291
(Ceccnetti: Method Imperial Society of England) Ing.
Thomas E. McDonough be ISMSIf
TAP his third year a* princi-

i (Beginner* to Professionals' ) This gins you went your father to take care of you, theta patemaliim.

( ;: Opening date delayed week due fall' primary teachers If you want your mother to take care of you, theta maternal-
one to loc.tinlstudio! Include Mis Peggy Payton,
',\ : We now have temporary studio. Mill Jean Landers, Mrs. Janie lam If you want Uncle Sam to take care of you theta Social

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The GONDOLIER Venice, Ft*. Thursday, :August 20 I9M-J e
: \ Garden I -- North Port Charlotte Personals


By MART E. KROUPA Mr. and Mrs Wilfrid 'Le... visit here they all drove downto Jeanne Hancock, with her three eat, Thomas and Johnny from
' and Mrs James Town. last Friday. and on Chicopa Street are entertaining Fort Myers where they en- children, Tara, Brook and McKeesport Penn.Congratulations UftI. Y J I
' Mr./ Drivi nter- as their houseguests, Joyed dinner together at the Eric; Jeanne's sister Mrs -0-
51 Itnd stCeyr l\1elll lad Mr. and Mrs-o- Mrs. Lessard'a brother and Edison: Restaurant. Charles Kenney' and her five to the new
tamed and Mrl M. L.Tolfl8end entertained Frank Noble family, Mr .and Mr,. Leon -d- children, Charles Jr., Gretchen, grandparents! Mr and Mrs
VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE.
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Friday. of 1780 Overbrook ivts and friends group rela- Lewis and daughter, Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Reno Pena on Clifton, Gwynne and Glnnette; Wilfred Churchill on Fremont
'he celebrating from Independence, Mo. They South Pan American Boulevardare Mrs. Doris inns, with her Street received word last Monday .
Townsend prepareddelicious second
!Road. Mri. and : anniversary of their stopped in New Orleans on the busy entertaining as their three children, Danny, Donna of the birth of a son to
a meal evening.everyone Those residency on Neptune Drive. way down to see the old historical guests Mrs Perei' family v'sitlng and Debbie. They went throughthe their daughter and her husband We Give You Free 4r. Green Stamps
enjoyed' delightful I, Mrs. Joseph present Bobbins were Mr. and city, arriving her last here from the Bronx, N. small museum at the perk Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De- a.
-c- 'Mrs, M. T. Bohon Mr. and Saturday. While her they enJoyed Y. They are her two sisters, and saw the large collection Lisle in Schenectady N. Y. t ,
Mrs. Howard Mr and swimming in the gulf. Josephine Solano and Isabelle of various snakes all pickled -0- OINTMENT (1.19PREPARATION t t
Mri. William Burchett on VenHerm. Mrs The Lewises left Tuesday for Figueroa and her brother of course. This is an interestIng Mr. and Mrs Harry Marrs,
Neptune Drive if a patient in Dorothy Fischer Mr. Fred Miami and Key West and will Joseph Betaneourt. They planto display and the next time 315 Malaluka Rd., had as visitors H 77*
Cromwell Mr.
Hospital and ". are and Mrs. Rob tour the state before returning three .
'I' Venice ert Kernahan spend weeks here and you are at the park be sure for several days a son-in-
happy to report she if recover. from ber.and home. get in some swimming and and see them. law and daughter Mr. and
Mr.
fine from an operation and Mrs Hobson Mayer of Baird
ing just -0- fishing. - Mrs Vernon and four
performed last Wednesday. W. South Venice Cake and coffee Mrs Ann Soott of Parma and -e- Mr. and Mrs Alfred Kelsey grandchildren of Fort Worth, $1.60
wish her a ipeedy recovery., were served. Mill Leonore Baechle of Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Addison Mc. ,on Herbison Avenue are entertaining Tex Mrs Marra reports "they
I -0- Ohio, are the guests of Williams,and young son Addle, as their houseguests had a grand time fishing and PHISOHEX 84*
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones and of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Govro Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Theobaldon returned home Wednesday after their daughter, Mrs. Virginia swimming I at Venice beach ..ndRestaurant . ,;
I )!rI. JonejT mother. Mr*. Mary Overbrook Road went to St. Los Rios Street. The ladiesare a six;:-week vacation with [Gorrlng and three sons, Em. love Florida," ..
_. 1 Cr nfiU from Bradenton, were Petersburg. Monday on busl.nesa. viewing their property herein friends and relatives back in
. J cu(9ti of Mr. and Mrs James They returned Monday Florida and enjoying their Cannonsburg.. Penn. Mrs. Me- POWDER $1.26MASSENGIL
I Townsend on Bayshore Drive evening visit in our city, William's aunt, Mrs Matthew
1 lest Saturday. ,Mr. and Mrs- -0- Frazler from New Kennslng- 26* ,
-e- James Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Top. ton, Pa. accompanied them e1 f
took the Intermediates of ping of Bullard Street had as home and will apend a month
Mr. and Mr. Millard Hogen- the Baptist Church to Avon their guests,' Mr. Louis Stew here ***li*&**+**Htiiaf1f tFmmBgFfHRnnHBfnnHB
returned to their homeon Park last Monday to attend 98sBROMO
) eamP art, from Fort Myers. MargeTopping -o- I
Bridge! Street last Friday the Orange Blossom Baptist and Mrs. Stewartwere Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rodgers SpecialsFRIDAY SELTZER M
evening from a vacation in the Camp. Mr. end Mrs Townsend old school chums: from on Talbot Street left last week .
Smokier They left on the third went after them last Saturday back home in Philadelphia and for an extended vacation that
a and returned the 14th. They after a week's stay at the had 1
a good time talking about will take them to California
camped 23 in miles the Cosby from Gatlln-campgrounds camp. the "good old days. After her where they will spend a few HARRIET HUBBARD AYERSHAIRSPRAY !

\ burg, Tenn, The camp grounds and weeks then with travel their two back daughters to Can BAR-8.Q SPARE RIBS all lean ...... d2c 570 :
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, are in the Northeastern section Venice East nonsburg, Pa., to see their
, or( the park on the Tennessee News three other children before returning SATURDAY-

., (tie and is Mountains I part of the National Great home to North Port., BAKED CHICKEN ...........-............. 82e ,
Smoky By SALLI'BT1JBBS -0-- TONI $2.00HOME _
Park. There are 230 camps In !tIr: and Mrs Harry H SUNDAY-
. the area, the limit of 14 days Each week brings more home later. PERMANENT $$1.19
Trautvetter Street
stay In the parks Due to Mr. flea back to Venice East -0- have their grandson on Bayano, Richard SWISS STEAK complete dinner.. 99c

Ho encamp convalescing from summer vacations. fam'l Word from Scott and Vera M. Yulll, from Billalre! Texas
inWration a month ego he this week after a long and Olisen tells they arc traveling here for a visit during the 9Je

and enjoy Mrs. Hogencamp talt'ng hikes didn't on the
nature trail but did enjov the Watson of 1S3 Sandhurst (IBS. Next was postmarked time for school this fall. .
mountains very much. They Drive They left in early May Salem, N. H., then Boston and -oSeveral .! !
law to many beautiful birds and headed for their old home last Maine and that card says North Porters enjoyed 'I"
end were fascinated by the town of Elfin Ill There they heading for good ole Florida a picnic at Myikka State 500 PACK
around lli l
. bran Mrs.prowling Hogencamp sold it was visited their daughter and famIly next week." Park last Thursday. They were ..

very Invigorating to co swim- Mr. and Mrs F. T. Bent- ll FILLER
mime In the Little Pigeon Rlvrr hoysen. After a few days rest I PAPER '
The morning Mr, and Mrs. and visit they started out on ,
Jtojencamp started for homethe the real trip and with them ED WALLACE i
temperature there was 44 was their 10-year-old grandson,
and that was "cool Man, cod." James. They drove to Winne. 30% to 50%
- peg. Canada across Canada Ed would like to see 77c I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bern and down to San Francisco his old customers (and new
hardt of 1442 Overbrook Road where they spent some time r on. too) at W 0 LFER REDUCTIONS ,1 \
tntertained as guests last with another daughter and !A d R A M B L E R. your South :
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. William 'amily.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry a County Rambler and '
Almstaedt of St. Petersburg Harry end three children Dodge Dealer.! Women's & Children's
Mr. and Mrs. mhardt Mark J and John.'Jimmie hada te a GETABLE
and Mr. and Mrs. Almstaedthave fine time with his three boy Ed joined the service RADIO S13.77
been friends for many cousins. From there they went department at Wolfer's S Dresses Pedal Pushers
years Mr. and Mrs. Almstaedl to Yosemite Sequoia National r l this week after being associated
have recently retired to St. Park and down into New Mex- with Ellli Auto e Shifts Blouses DEBUTANTE
Petersburg. Ico. There they took the Carlsbad "
Service" line 1957.
-0- Cavern Tour and returnedat tit: e Slacks Shirts HAIRDRYER $10.99
Mrs. Danny Reed and daughter night to view the flying bats .
VickI Sue from Tampa were III their most unusual .how. 9' J 'q He ipKiVaw /In S Shorts Bathing Suits

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Then to Las Vegas New Or- ,9 a FRONT END e Skirts Baby Shoes
mi Brobst on Neptune Drive leans Pennacola and back to OVERHAULALIGNMENT RONSON
Venice East. Culottos SlippersSweaters
I i Little Jim will fly back to ELECTRIC RAZOR $1139
:his home in Elgin this week Lingerie .

IRADIN' TIMEAll I and lots he of says interesting he will really events have of : _._J.a. ENGINE TUNE-UP Bermudas Jamaicas SHEAFFER f

New 1964 the trip to report to his family
and friends. THURS. FRI. SAT. AUG. 20 21 22 CARTRIDGE PEN $1.00REXALL
Models Are Here father Both Jimmie are interested and his in grand coin WOLFER MOTORS Inc .

Now Is the time collecting and report they had
some nice finds and also obtained Rambler Dodge THE TERRACE SHOPVenice 3'6 Tablets
to save $ $ $ $ some nice Canadian SUPER PLENAMINS $$2.59Choice
coins and they have some 915 S. TemUml Trail Center ,'
Take Shopping
advantage of our souvenir silver dollars from Ph. 411-6150 PS. 488-3965 of U.S. Olympic Team
The Watson trip $,
HIGH Las was Vegas.made by car and their I ..-'"'w .__',_,_"_____. .... ."..- II.LII--... .... __ 0"
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Trede-jn Allowances $1.19 t ',

CLEARASIL OINT. a 984

NOW Mrs Audrey McCarthy of 126
I Sandhurst Drive was called to
North Bergen N. J.. on Saturday PACK OF 4
for the funeral of her
'THEY GOTTA GO"Wclfer
brother linsk. Accompanying-in4ew Anthony her Krug-washer BOOK COVERS 32*

Motors two sons Stephen and Danny
and her sister Mrs Stephen
951 S. TRAIL Morrow. Two other sisters. eI TEK
Venice Fla. Mrs. Olga Schneider oof New
Mexico and Mrs. John Balsa-- Automatic Toothbrush $12.88
YOURRAMBLER mo of Chicago also attendedthe
services. Although the occasion
wee not festive it was
the first time In 24 years the NYLONS 444
four sisters had all been together e e pro ,
DODGE CAR and Danny McCarthy stayed .
on in New Jersey with his ff
TRUCK DEALER aunt Betty Kruglinsk and her S MEN LADIESWALLETS
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.4 _"";' -na._ GONDOLIER. Venice. Fla. Thursday.. August 20, 1964 t .A .Ar .A ..- I Debutante

DOROTHY GATNOB I Miss Kim York To Be Dec.


: : 'Miss Laraine Smith Women's Editor
!jottingsBy Miss Kim York of Casey Key tantes will be presented
I : i item to 488-5808 will bt one of the 12 young ing the week preceding \ :
: .t t, I women of Southwest Florida ma*.

To presented to aoclety at a Presentation Other debutante are
Wed Oct. 31 .
Ball In Sarasota duroIng Jane Gatch, daughter of
{ The rash of petty pilferingthat home on 943 Inlet Circle are the Christmas holidays.She and Mr. William P. :
:Announcement of the engagenwmt seems to be the vogue in Mr. and Mrs Ralph Pitta of Is the daughter of Mr. Miss Ashley Carolyn I.r (
of Miss Laraine Carol Ven'ca!' these days Is most dis.couraglng Wilmington, Calif. He is MriPitts' and Mrs. Barney York, Casey daughter of Mr. and Mrs t jI jIyh
Smith to Charles Robert and to many of us nephew. They came here Key residents for 15 years and Don Harris; Miss Sally r
1 Schuemann of Key West and not at all amusing. The fact after visiting their daughter In formerly from Cleveland, Ohio. daughter of Mrs Carleton ,
1, Chicago was made at a party that on two separate evenings New York City and will leave Miss York has been a counselor sey and the late Mr Kelsey
i at the home of the bride's we "lost" a pair of dress shoes, this morning for California. at Camp Glen Arden, Also Miss Caroline Sue I
parent on Saturday evening which were removed for a wall -o- Arden, N. C, this summer and hle, daughter of Mr and
Mia* Smith is the daughterof on the beach, and the knob on Miss Barbara Haynes of Miami will return Friday in order to Frederick Mahle; Miss a a. i ,
Mr. and Mrs Harold E. the gearshift stick, while the left Sunday after a two- attend' the first party of the Grant Reed, daughter<< of tI t-p a
Smith of 400 Park Lane Drive. car was parked on a city week visit with her mother, "little season" on Saturday.This Grant Durham Reed and 't
Ii The bridegroom-elect I la the son street, is of no great importance Mr*. Parmer Haynes, and her will be a beach party given late Mr. Reed; Miss : ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond in itself. What does mat- brother-In-law and sister, Mr. by Mr. and Mrs. J. Leroy Robert, daughter of Mr*. I rw >4> lr. h.n lj tl'_..pcjj
) Schuemann of Mra R. F. Shultz of 170 Fortner at Whispering Sands
Chicago. ter greatly is that citizens will and liam Van Steenburg and
He is on active Navy Duty no longer be able to relax in Sandhurst Drive. She spent Cabana Club honoring their James B. Roberts of
\ I, board the USS Bushnell\ out our town, if this continues, and part of her visit with relativesin debutante daughter Miss Ann Va.; Miss Marcia
of Key West. On completion of that the pilferers are forming Sarasota. Maria Fortner. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
hill> military service he will be habits that can mold their personalities --o- Mis York was educated atDutofDoor bert Kramer, and Miss
\Ii employed as a diesel engineer into destructive non- Venice Is now the permanent School, Siesta Whilldin, daughter of Mr .
:, with Fairbanks and Morse Co. citizens, at best. Most of us home of Dr. and Mrs. James Key; Oldfields School In Glen. Mrs. David O. Whilldin Jr.
In Chicago He was graduated could understand stealing If O. Flood of 100 The Esplanade, coe, Md., where she was graduated Bradenton.
I!r from Morgan Park ((111)) HighSchool r k n one were hungry; for anything formerly of Crystal Lake, 111 In 1963, and the American .. All the debutantes are 4
School in
in 1961. qx.tile less we have no comprehensionat A recent back injury forced LuganoMontag.nola dents of the Immediate
Miss Smith was graduated all, only a great deal of pity Dr. Flood's early retirementand Switzerland last year, She sota area except Miss ,
I I, from Venice High School In LARAINE CAROL SMITH and concern for the petty thief the "winter" home they will continue her studies at and Miss York. -
June. j I r who finds his actions either bought here last year is now Centenary College\ in Hacketts- MISS KIM YORK:
I town, N. J. in September. Other "little season"
The wedding will be at 4 dist Church with The Rev. Edward amusing or rewarding their permanent address. They
p.m. Oct. 31 at Grace Metho- Dinkins officiating. arrived on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. York will entertain will include a dinner dance
-0- -0- ; for their daughter at a Aug 28, given by the
The Ralph Wlnsetts, Scott dinner dance on Dec. 29 at Sarasota of Miss Harris Miss Mahl.and STYLE CONSULTATION"Back |
With that depressing item off Bay Country Club. Co- Miss Robert at
VYC Social Season Closes and Rick are home from a sev FREE
the: chest, we turn to something en-week camping trip which Included hosts with them will be Mr. Terrace Hotel and a to School"
I happy, news of a new young visits with the Paul and Mrs William B. Linn, parents party, honoring Miss
lady in our midst. She la Miss Youngberes In Atlanta and I of Debutante Miss PamelaLinn on Sept. 5 at the home of tb.ho.tess
With 'Night In New Orleans'Cotton Dorothy Jean Hendrix of 312 with Ralph's brother-in-law : and Mrs. Edwin Lee Mrs Wentz SPECIAL
Parkslde Drive who moved and sinter I Mal J and Mrs.ance Steele, mother of Debutante berger of Jaffa Drive,
here this week from- Galnes. . ;_ _.. i Miss jean Steele. The debu. iota. Richards PERMANENT
? vr .anc. un. pickin', h rim p.o The patio and pool will be yule Holder of her master's Mich. Betty resort that she
henin', mudflat stompin' open during the party. Reservations degre. at 23, Dorothv will teachat suspects the Youngbergs are REG.S15-NOWS5.00
clothes will\ be in order Saturday may be made by calling Englewood Elementary homesick, though they didn't Venice Director To PresideAt
at Venice Yacht Club's the club. School this year. Her house- exactly say so, and that they (Limited tint. only)
mest this
Informal "Night In New Or. This is the annual "haul-out Prlscilla first week Is Miss are doing well there. Betty also GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURLY" PERMANENTS
leans" dinner dance. This will party" after which the club West of Gainesville while they were gone( attended District BPW MeetingIn
be the closing event of the house will be closed from Aug. a member of the library staffat a Welcome Wagon International -
club' summer social activities 23 through Sept. 6. The pool University of Florida Dorothy's training course in ANNIE-K BEAUTY SHOPPE
and snack bar will remain parents Mr. and Mrs. Memphis.
open Bradenton On 30
R. E. Aug.
Music will be furnished by a during that time. Hendrix and the family -o- 121 N. Tamiaml Trail Ph. 488.1367
Dixieland band and the buffet dog 1'appy, will be here soon The second Jamaican independence
which will be served at 7 for a visit. weekend celebration Director Mrs. Mae Wrede be heard A special feature (next to J&H. Drug Store)

pnv, will feature prime ribs North - Aug. 1-3 was a weekend that will conduct the first 1964-65 this meeting will be an honorary l .... of FCA.: Winners of style & coloring contests
of beef shrimp Creole and other Day School Opens lost to the Carolina is currently was, according to Venetians meeting of District 9. Florida salute to all member
New Orleans dishes. Dancing James W. Ponder there at the time. Mr. and Mrs.
will begin at 8.30: p.m. Jr. and the James W. Ponder William Toole thought they Federation of Business and'rofesslonal speak one or more foreign languages.
Doors On 8
Sept. III families. The first are were off alone on a Jaunt until Women's Clubs, Members attending
Rummage Slated guests at Laurel Park Inn in they got to Montego Bay. Au,. 30 at Bradenton Cabana. District meeting for the ftzntnuA
Air-conditioned quarters In Hendersonvllle and will return There they met the John Art. There are 10 clubs in District time will also receive
Dental the nearly-completed Venice- shortl)'. The latter family is at
mans and
as foursome
By AidsI a they
Nokomis Presbyterian educational Sherwood Forest, Cedar Moun- motored to Golden Head HotelIn 9: Arcadia, De Soto, Englewood recognition. A work shop

Sara-Mana Dental Askistanta building will house the ain and will be away another Oracabesso. When they ar- Ft. Myers, Manatee, World Affairs will be presented
I I Society will hold arummage Presbyterian Day School which two weeks. rived. already ensconced. were Naples, Port Charlotte, Punta by the member of the Arcadia
sale tomorrow from opens on Sept. 8. .0- the C. E. Pitts, the Harry Cords, Sarasota and Venice. Club.
Tam.to 3 pm.atthe Nixon The nursery class for three. Ralph Church of 1TO2! South Rabvs, Jack Riehl and Bob Membership is approximately Mrs. Beatrice Freede president APPROVE: )
:Bnflding, comer of Central I and four-year-olds will be Trail says St. Louis is far too and Val Mattox It was a mer- of the Florida Federation.wUl
Avenue and First Street in taught by Mrs. William Ed- hot for him so he came home ry celebration, made merrier 600.The program will include a be after
guest speaker
r Sarasota. Proceeds will go mondson. Life size figures of to Venice. He was away from when the guests from Court- meeting of the District executive noon luncheon. Attendance trophies
towards the Florida State Dental favorite nursery rhyme characters June 28 to July 30 visiting/ in leigh Manor Hotel in Kingston board at 9:30: a.m., with a will be presented to at the
Assistants convention in have been made for the Biloxl. Mias? New Orleans arrived, dispossessed from special workshop for clubreasurers
club with
\ Hollywood, Fli. in 1965. room by Mrs. James Bradish and then his former home St. their hotel because of a fire conducted by Mrs. 50 a the membership
Mrs. James Dunaway is in Louis. It was 106 decrees caused by firecrackers having largest attendance s JL RESORT SHOP
I : there used in Mary[ Hirleman of Sarasota, and
to the club with
On fag Trip charge of the kindergarten.Both the day after he left, he said. the celebration. Bands firecrackers past state finance chairman. 50 member having the greatest
nursery and kindergarten - dancing and all sorts The general membership COUNTRY SET
R. W. Harrison writes that classes run from 8:30: to 11:30 Miss Frances Roush. sister of entertainment kept them all I meeting will convene at 10:15: number present. MAJESTIC
he la "catching iota of salmon Monday of C. Edwin Roush prizes will be awarded.
through Friday. of Spadero lopping The hotel U operated 'm. After opening ceremonies
in the Northwest tip of the I..m. are now being!! Drive visited here recently by Bob Mattox. reports of club presidents will\ I Reservation may G'rd::': T ) rhill OXFORD 5
l U. S. A., Washington." Friends taken at the church office and fore she departed for by calling Mrs Lilli TAMMY ANDREWS
and fellow-fishermen\ will have by Mrs. Dunaway. An increased on Monday She will must be in no later than Aug.
to wait until his return for the enrollment over last year' music to children of army be.j-I Area Servicemen Are On 27. Luncheon cost will be $2.75.In l.'J" s g EVAN-PICONE
particular on this tantalizing 35 is expected, Mrs. Dunawaysaid. sonnel there. She drove to order for her attendance BLOUSES
Ice count, member must be ,t
statement. I from-.. R.o.a.where _, '". a present \
.II ---uw ".m.,
at the general meeting,
I she had been teaching as low as $4.00
after previous teaching Duty In Europe Far EastPlane 10:30 a.m., Mrs. Wrede said.
assign.
,
ments at Subic Bay Naval Base Two member of the Venice SKIRTS

rryp In the Philippines and at the News of area servicemen this Squadron 22, based at Club Mr. Virginia Ramsey from
and Mrs. Wrede attended the $9.95
Naval Base in week deal with ,
Yokohama, Ja the Army, Naval Air Station, Barber'
pan. Her brother said her Navy and Coast Guard. Point, Hawaii. weekend meeting of District 7 DRESSES from $10.95
choral at the Port-O-Call in Tierra
J.I groups in Yokohama Army Spec 5 Clarence L. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.H. Verde. Workshops
were conducted
J look two of the three top honors Enoch, son of Mrs. Mary F R. Chamberlin of 368 Hill- on Saturday afternoon W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.1490

Pva \ Music at the Japanese National Davids of Englewood. has been view Road. His squadron in followed by a cocktail party
WVM1ce Festival in 1962. Her assigned to the 591st Transpor. addition to enemy submarine and buffet dinner.
0 musical training was at Susquehanna ation Company in Germany. detection[ performs air-sea rescue The Venice members attended
\ University where she He[ is a helicopter mechanic missions, long-range reconnaissance

both the Saturday event.and
.
; majored In Instrumental and stationed near Illeshelm He and aerial miningfor
I \ iOOtl.O i\\ % choral teaching Miss Roush entered the Army in October. destruction of enemy chips. a general meeting on
1\\ was here for 12 days, likes Ven. day.District
Ice very much and hopes to Roger W. Kondred. radioman2.C. Edward China, son of Mr. 7 comprises 18 clubsin
turn either to teach when re with the U. S. Coast Guards and Mrs. John G. China of No- the St. Petersburg-Tampa
she retires. or a crewmember of the CoastGuard omls, has begun basic training area. Approximately 150 members
\ ..0- Cutter Absecon operating at Naval Training Centerat attended the Sunday meet 500 PAIRUS
\ ASE out of Norfolk, Va Kondrad Great Lakes,.111\. Mrs. Wrede said .
C The Ronald HIgels and the Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wai.
\ QUSL \ t S D. W. Grangers moved into ter Kondrad of Hatchet Creek
'61\. their new Apalachicola Road Road. ST. MARK'S PARISH DAY SCHOOLKINDERGARTEN

homes simultaneously in Jul.. The Absecon's missions are
!L 'lA% and both report they are well search and rescue, ocean station -
settled. The
Grangers have as patrol and meteorologicaland .
i \ i heir guests h-r sister and oceanographic eervlces.
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\ \
\\t hrother-'n-law' Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Dandridge<< Jr., whose Classes for 4 and 5 yr. olds THE WASHABLE CASUALS
Robert Sutton ant their two parents live at 441 Riviera St.,
: 1\t\
I "MMren from Birmingham is serving with the Navy as a STARTINGNew
% Mirh The two youngsters. Ann dentalman aboard the USS TO 5.99
\ I and Scott are having the timesof Ranger, attack aircraft carrier Class For 3 yr. olds
their lives with the Grang The Ranger la with the
/ -= er's two. Billie and Bobble U. S. Seventh Fleet in the
/1 I --j" As for the Hieels they are Western Pacific. During this, Sept. 9th 9:00: -12:00
busily furnishing the nursery her fifth tour in the Far East
I which they expect will be oc"upled the Ranger Is scheduled to visit REGISTER AT CHURCH OFFICE r

some two months hence. Hong Kong, Japan and the 508 RIVIERA ST.
Mrs. Higel. who married Dr Philippine Islands.
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Miss Venice Departs For College I I __,_ ___.......,_n."._....... '" .L." ,. . : ,.


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short addresses that are partof

such pageants. ,, -
"We could choose from several -
subjects, like 'Integrity/ c rbrd4
'Charm,' and 'Faith1' and I .:
chose the last ono These talks .;4:
we gave at the supper after
the competitions
Elucidating on this. Frances
said that she believes the
world problems are not in-
soluable if people learn to
trust In God and accept His r
guidance, as individuaLs and as
nations l w, R Irl ye 'ieeae I'
"I think most of us don't +
have time to stop and think
a If we did we should realize
that happiness doesnt lie in
: i a. busy-ness and that quiet faith

is where our answers lie
.
;" 'f rt: Life is devoid of real meaning -. ....___.. ".......",.,. __ A --- - ,....:I
i unless we take God-given teo.d.aa..' pbolo br tor7I Maa.aa|
: ,
I '
: talents and develop them
under -
guidance. There is no true THE LOOK: OF CONSTERNATION on the face of Mrs, water Mrs Theobold began the swim program on July 9. She
Charles Theobold, center foreground was brought on by the was presented with artist I
i( : success or happiness to be a placque, designed by an friend I
.., I "" : found any other way, I believe crowd of friends and well-wishers who met her at the edgeof and will receive a Red Cross bathing suit emblem for her accomplishment
.
\ .. .:.
. ,i.. <\j. . ," she said the water at Venice Beach Saturday when she completeda She has already started on another 50-mile lap ?
... " : :It, . Among Frances' many tal- 00-mile swim. Other friends are gathered behind her in the but plans to do this In easier stages. ;: ; I

'!). 'j; .. "' ents Is one very feminine one: "
''' '. .1. '' .,. \ ; I. .I. she designs and makes her own :
.
.
f. . : .. Grandmother Takes 50-Mile ':
." :\ -. """L. ,'f :\ clothes since she She was has 10 been sewing I Swim I ..I.

" 1" ",.. r "+ r'SM "
u" ,.. Grateful and Humble >
., "'L
""
JIOollClolior Frances said she Is both T h e "Queen of Venice personality, she said that her who signed it; before it; was Program, which grew out of t ..:.
tVENICE ( photo .br Ch.... KoobI) grateful and humble to be Beach" walked out of the water "reception committee" Saturday framed. federal program Mrs Ross \

Mia France Weblnga fore classes start at Hope College, In Holland trusted with the city title and Saturday after having log. was "a shocking but very This was presented to her Durant, ARC water safety in. .. '
eves goodbye as she departs a month early Mich, in Sept With her Is her mother, she gives the impression of ged 50 swimming miles since delightful surprise." when she came out of the wat- structor, Is local administrator I
jib her family to vacation In Michigan be- Mrs Paul Webinga. The family left Tuesday really meaning this, She did July 9 to be greeted by an as- John F. Gill of Ponce de er. Later she will receive a First to finish his 50 miles 4''n I
not expect to become 'Miss aembly of more than 100 Leon St. arranged the surprise Red Cross !insignia for her was David Bowles Eagle
Venice." entering only becauseshe friends gathered in her honor, party and Fred Wilson, an artist bathing suit signifying that Scout and holder of a Red
if off to colIn she win work out the
Venice" number, Center, In addition to acquiring .
MlN thought it would be fun The "Queen,' informally who lives at 335 Ponce de she completed the swim under Cross Senior life saving certificate
where, no doubt, she wills when ahe is home on vacations, school money, she said she She also holds the title of dubbed so by her many co- Leon St., designed and executed supervision of Venice Beach ,
in the brain, as well with the assistance of Mrs: found the work both
} honors challenging Miss Englewood." swimmers and friends, is a a congratulatory plaque Lifeguard Don Bredlng, a Mrs Theobold's mother I
L Myrtle Byron Llebel and fun.
the beauty department Next summer she hopes to grandmother of three who ad- commemorating the event. monitor In the Red Cross program wouldn't "let me get anywhere
[(Certainly she is well-equip- Her musical interest came Both Gregarious and Serious molts to being "past 39" and Two mermaids. holding a near the water" when she was
I to do so. if the four schol- naturally since both her parents A soft-spoken both gregarious parley her talents looks and regular recipient of a social security placard saying "HI, Daisy," fill Mrs. Theobold la one of 47 a child and her lifelong desire I 1,
ships the has received are are pianists and organists. and serious youngster she personality qua'ificatlons into check. She also admits the top of the plaque which ex- swimmers who are enrolled in to learn to swim was fulfilled S
y indication. Frances began studying the has her own clear ideas about a Miss Florida" title for the she couldn't even swim four pressed the congratulations of this phase of the Red Cross when' she and her husband
I She Miss Frances Marie clarinet when she was 10 vears the purpose of life, She also believes sake of the community years ago. friends and fellow-swimmers sponsored Physical Fitness (Continued on page S)
departed Tuesdayth old and won a 'music scholarship her generation is far
lebuijt She Is Mrs. Charles (Daisy) j
'All I Is shall
that I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs to Florida State Summer more serious than they are reputed can say Theobold of 738 South Riviera
laid Webinga of Overbrook Music Camp last year She also to be, do my very best for Venice's St. Shy and retiring but witha
lardtni, and her 15-year-old plays the piano and sings "I think today we grow up a sake and am honored to have merry laugh and twinkling (W -
rode, John, for a two.week She was church soloist at Cat lot faster than our parents the opportunity," she said
(aotion visiting relatives and vary Reformed Church until did" she said "I don't do as / WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONET*! KEEP TOUR FYI ON GRANTS
She's excited about it for
\ends In Michigan Frances her departure last week much dating as most girls my State Key Club
It" up in Muskegon, Mich, She will pursun teaching: age, because I've been busy, that reason, Otherwise it won't Bell ringer ,
e i family moving here when rather than music as a profession but most of the fellows I know affect her life greatly! she Head Visits HereTom KNOW N
,ewes 12-years-old however She wants to discuss the world situation and knows what she has to do, anyway ry" ettM sliw .H *
I After the Webingas depart, marry, although she has no Im- social problems, even on rya
rancet will remain with rel- mediate heart Interests and dates." Foltz of Fort Lauder-
To Frances this her
|'nt for two additional weeks will not consider marriage until She said that the Venice Pag- means dale governor of Florida Key 0)0)
r In she enters Hope College after college graduation eant ran so long that the girls very best, in studying, teaching Clubs, was a guest of the local
(Holland, Mich Will Finish College did not have time to give the and marriage, in that order club at a Saturday morningclub
Jvhat Is this young lady, who Her decision to wait the full
I! represent Venice In the four years is based pertly on planning meeting at the
K5 Mina Florida Pageant, the fact that two of her scholarships National Critic Lectures home of President Dennis IT'S SUPER VALUE (MONTH AT GRANTScY
Ike' She stopped by The GON- contain the proviso that Fleming of 912 The Rialto B \'\
fcOLIER Monday for a chat she complete school and teach Foltz, houseguest of Jim ;; '.
bout her plans, ideas andVeils for four years after graduation Sunday At Asolo Theater Van Keuren, lieutenant gover ,
Her NDEA scholarship, a ,..
nor of the state organization,
federal teacher's loan requiresshe
It She "Pretty" Enough
101 foremost interest, per fulfill the teaching assign Local theater buffs will havean father of three children, is a and his parents, Mr and Mrs 1.99 DACRON & AVRIL* SHIRTS Y d iC e \"
ape to the public is whether ment but permits her to do this opportunity to hear a talk member of the New York D. W Van Keuren of Polnset I (
Shell'pretty' enough to stand concurrently with the teaching by Henry Hewes, drama critic Drama Critics Circle, the ta Road, reported on the Inter Dacron polywter-Avrfl :rayon 1IH ,, ;; ain ,
chance to win the state title required by her Reformed for the Saturday Review, at the Drama Desk, the American' new prints. Soft, roll-up ;' !
the it Indeed Church of America scholarshipThis last of a series of free Sunday National Theater Academy', national Key Club conventionheld sleeves, convertible collars I 67 a., rR a'a .
Frances is 5' 8" tan has per- can be done in mission afternoon programs at Asolo and the International Theater in Dallas in July Great with 1ki s130-40.! a e ;+o I !
Jwt measurements, curly and and church schools Both Theater Sunday Critic.. Since 1956, he has been The local club 11'11Induct\ 10 ', ,
I brantljr "alive" golden brown scholarships were awarded on He will speak at 2:30: p.m. executive secretary of the new members shortly after
lair and large, startlingly blue scholastic achievements. on Theater Today In Relationto Board of Standards and Planning school opens In September. At. 3.99 PETITE liNGTH SKIRTS 'i
In addition she has an outright the Asolo Festival." for the Living Theater Saturday's meeting they planned b ,.
]}tt She is also blessed with
aches and complex.a $800 scholarship from I A native of Boston, Hewes During his visit in Sarasota, eight projects for Septem Aa the latest designs: four IIIll1.nD 1;
cream staff Hewes plans to attend the Saturday her through December Includ. pleat 'walkers Coachman, . J-:/ < I
K good disposition and flashr Hope College and a $300 work was a New York Times a \ i
\
mile scholarship which she will fulfill writer before joining the Sat matinee of "The Lady Ing an appreciation banquetfor in Dacron ;polyester-cotton: ; 3 44 I \. 't'
I J The considerable talent she in the school library urday Review as drama criticIn Not For Burning" the Satur. parents, an AppreciationDay flared wools. Sizes 8 to 16.. G 9' ." ,t.t .
four won't be 1954. He was graduatedfrom day evening performance of for teachers beach parties
rtrayed at the July 4 Miss "Even those :
I :
"Twelfth Night," and Sunday and dances, Fleming said,
'nice Pageant will be utiliz- enough to cover my expenses, Columbia University ty t-
I at the Miss Florida event so I shall have to work during where he was a classmate of evening "School For Scand- Refreshments were served "
al." He will arrive Saturdayand by the president mother, Mrs .
she said Mon Richard O Fallen general
,
!It t year She played a clarlt the summers
has been working of the Asolo Comedy return to Somerset, Ber- Thomas Fleming, after the
t auto, which she will prob- day She director I 1
Ibly' combine with singing fortie since graduation from Venice Festival, and Is currently a muda on Monday meeting \, I
state competitions. Alreadyt High School in June at Publix lecturer at that university He
|t work on ideas for the rkit. Market in Venice ShoppingMEN' Is the first national theater
critic to attend the Festival
programs Fallon said
In addition to his position as \' .

MOR y.svIxi.ptnR1rn1Y' drama productions critic, Hewes of has Tennessee directed -- t ''.1

Williams'\ "Three Plays Of t CHILDREN'S 1.99 WASHABIE SUCKS "

A let.Summer" In 1954 Game"he adapted and "Ham.the C a t\ Little Girls' itntch corduroy " J .,J '))\IM a

play "La Belle Aventure" for aL ) ,' dcmm other 3-6X. (
production in London. He has Little Boys' cords, sateen :

edited two books "Famous. Iti't' prints, many styles. 3.7. 1.67 '
HERt WHAT YOU'VE lIEN WAITING FOR American Plays of the 1940. AH\ sturdy cottons. '
and "The Best Playa of 1961- .
62."

Hewes, married and the l av

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Rummage Sale .

Mrs Paul Webrand and Mrs.
t ,
co- i t ,
Alva Murry president are
SHOES FOR MEN chairmen of the ladies Elks s1 Aci Ce.p.rse-
Auxiliary rummage sale Sat- '
Cronft-ewn Ginger lorn GaVJtrelth .
PATTERNS urday from Sam. to 5 p.m. at
DISCONTINUED Gulfbreeze Hotel( Denim Slaw ,
Mrs K. P Calkins may be 4 Wcc
values to $10.95 called for pick-up of donated mil 2.47IrGULAILY '

sale 7.95 items A I IJ [ a 99 ,y I
Sanforized cotton-nylon stretch
values 13.95 to 16.95 Stuart On ProgramSarasota in navy wheat or blue.7 to 14. I N NS
County Tax Assessor
sale 10.95 William K. Stuart will con- 5 ,
duct the Educational Programat BOTTL99fAPOED
the Slat annual conferenceof Girl Multiple-Stripe) i ier

Blitch's Shoe Store the Tax: Assessors' Assn of Solid Oxfords j ,
Florida at Cocoa Beach startIng SPORT SffittS
Sunday. Stuart will also arm 1.66 '
209 W. VENICE AVE. nresent an Illustrated slide 1k'
Venice demonstration of the new UOUUM.Y 1ft ,e :- I' ..I'll I 67 ,
I forms developed for his office Upper of flannel or nobby l
J Laitcotton.Rubberaolee.4'-1O. {'
r r Handsome Ivy shirts,wilh
31llh1t'tY viiI the new ali, Hit took, ft t '
neat button-down collars ';
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Light stripes.Cotton.6-13. ':
Students'Hntera'Slimmer1 r '

t PUBLIC NOTICEProposed a While JeansREGULARLY !,

i FOR A BRIGHT
I 2.57
I IP 2.99 HEAVYWEIGHT
Rate IncreaseThe cc
Sewer FUTURE
2.99 IWJ1I. SIACXS

the of North Port Charlotte will hold e . It Is Important to W to be able to aid the youth denim Sanforized Tapered extra:legs heavy 23 cotton to 30.
Commissioners of city education. ThisIs i iGrmetaawrhmdalghelhdema'
of this community In their pursuit of higher 2.47
a public hearing at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28, 1964, in the Community why we consider ,our college INn program I "civic

Center for the purpose of hearing General Development Utilities, Inc., endeavor" rather than a banking transaction. F11hae1TotSanforfzedll'b

plead Its proposed sewer rate Increase. For a loan to the college of your choice tee mlJWTMIMMI Orion or Slrelda Nylon lock o*. cotton. Black, bone .t
with Continental
lodes
The Commissioners will consider all evidence submitted, pro and IIftIIIIIM 64c X waJsUband. Sizes 6 to 18. ,
rasa w fMrICI JI IIIU IiII t
Cone and such other evidence as the commissioners, in their opinions, MAST RRTI 'f'T OF venicc REGULARLY 79 !

deem Stretch Orion acrylic crews or
appropriate. .... nylon. Many colon.X fits. 10-13,
Signed d*
I't
Horace E. Rice W.tr.C>BAN'ICO': Yo" Fw>, ,a. '. IT. Sy SyI
City Clerk I

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_.- .. '" A i. ... H hts violated fore suspend your sentence' tence wOl aim fee \aiel
G rf t + 6-rTbe GONDOLIER, Val ere Fia, .Y, A'ugue4 20. I4y tlvfl were on the condition that :you attend your registering to L?
,when TldweU gave him a this court the second Jude Burt said "lf JJ *;
-- THE ticket for driving a vehicle Monday. In each month and to pass the test you will taX
with an Improper muffler. in the front row sometimes it for a reasonable !
In testimony before Judge alt the times until it is Dumbttor!
referred to a. passed."
y 8 if( PEOPLE :Montgomery Burt the state best trooper J his said fist white section for the nut 12 judge continued "inti tilt 1'1

and said "there'll be a day months." :-:time cay."ee lOG az cI",eMRS.
SPEAK when things will be the other Burt questioned: "Do you
way around." voteT" Montgomery replied ( l.AIJCm Levu,
Judge Burt thin asked the "No." RFD
state trooper to get the traf. "Then your suspended sen Nokomis
fie manual and read to Montgomery .
To The Editor found dirty thief ...
they a
car ==--
the to .
law pertaining ....-
Recently I picked up a copy bad broken into their car and an improper or illegal muff
of The GONDOLIER April ft pried open the glove comportment
stum or m ASSOCIATED rusa .- aims or TO I-LOBIDA rums ASSOCIATION ler.
Issue, with the editorial "The and stolen a wallet containing After this was done the

Tk* AoMMM. tr- 10 __.... ntlUM W H* tec nr MI_ .l .U .... a1..MM .ed..d l. Strike's Over." $425.Today judge asked Montgomery if 'dPI.)
I r Mt -|.. vWI..4 .. ikto ..... u< _| tool. .,.. nklkhW. 1.M.. AU rick. W nnkUilUM. Ignoring the theme, left I read where anoth he hid been this
of -i I "._ an..!.. ,..., President breaking
read "There stood the er1.ltor had the same unhappy

:
TW ftwt .W kMl _.. awe .* *1. .I.MM- 10 TlH tlW eel M. w.ew.gw ktlmOr flanked by a IIIIbU.bu11t.partbald thing happen to them. Not law." His reply was "I guess
w 1 -Mch WMP kv wrt- .0.
men, etc." Ai I read one car, but two cars, were CENTER
, .......... Me 1.51. .1. T..,..., .... IIWt a Yid A.._ I wonder what the man's phjr- broken into. Montgomery then pleaded
'j eaM La a..a C-! Year At P. Olftoo .. tr..... PIarWa steal condition bad to do with What a wonderful advertisement guilty and was given a 80-
; ,
sentence with
'li day suspended 264 S. Trait Venice I488.m
}'. frs EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher the rest of the item. No one for Venice: "Come to the two stipulations Instead
pokes fun at a crippled man, Venice brach to have your car
r' i COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager nor one with a heart condition broken into and your valuables of the fine.
4 SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor for instance. So why must a stolen." these Burt made the Judgment in HOTEL & MOTEL OWNERS

I P? ROGER KILO.. ...................... ........... Mechanical Superintendent man who hat lost his hair always Maybe the City Fathers words you: "Leonard admit violationof Montgomery
be humiliated for something should have also hired a police
: over which he has no man when they hired a life this law yet you by your SPECIAL BUY
!:1' r SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5.25 per year $3.23 per six months, $2.75 control? guard. own admission complained:
I per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $8.25 per year, I4.2J It's always sadly amusingto It's high: time someone did that you were discriminated
',,tin : per six months, $3 per three months.Adv.rtl.inf hear a brag about a tall man something to remedy this bad against and that your civil AXM1NIST1RA
". ..t.u..i fto) Urn Tnm Service, GilMrrtll. Flat. Amrleu N i r .UU., M.w York. N. Y.| Ashy G*.| otroll, Ii... what did the tall man do to HARRY R. SHOWACRE "My opinion Is that there $ 995 .1' achieve his height or the luckyone Venice.To are two things concerningthis .
who keeps his hair? which receive the most

. ', Hospital's "No" To Federal Grant My mother taught me it was The Editor complaining about. (1) DURABLE WILL NOT SHOW SOIL
bad manners to comment on We thought the following clipping mingling of the races and
anyone's physical appearance.Is from the Tr ltie. Dally, ((2) the right to vote. I there-
it not also southern custom Ala most interesting 'I
a Sheffield ,
a -
Venice Hospital hat decided to pass up that Washington. Isn't giving away any ? What has become of the way to make a good citizen -

i $92,000 federal grant because it found thing. so great southern gentlemen out of a realcitrant:
this alleged gift package came bound up Such "gifts" ere nothing more than the I wonder. A Tuseumbla Negro who
It's sad world we live in, claimed discrimination whena I
In toe much money-squandering red tape. taipayer's own money, coming bad minus mostly a due to the thoughtless state trooper gave him a I
The hoipital'i board of director reach. the 20 per cent. handling charge And for people who hurt needlessly. traffic ticket recently: is now '

eel! the decision after being informed it that, Mr. end Mrs.. Taxpayer, you ere supposed CHARLENE DRAKE, paying the price for "non. '
Mt. Airy, Ps. discrimination . "
would have to comply with federallydic. to be grateful to the politicianswho Leonard J. Montgomery .

: toted wage rate and job classification on are ladling It out to you . the To The Editor: was not fined when brought _

ALL the hospital's $700,000 expansion very people to whom It belongs In the print Maybe this you in your won't paper want but to before Law Judge and Equity Leonard Court I.Burt's a .a..,..,...,
not just on that pert on which first place. .
t j program anyhow here goes: but he was ordered to register
j the $92,000 federal money was to be used. Venice Hospital occupies an enviable Just about a month ago to vote and sit once a

On this one item alone, the board found position as one of the finest in the state.It friends were visiting us fromMaryland. month for a year on the frontrow
to the of the sometimes referred
It would additional with. has reached that without Having gone
cost an $10,000 status handouts Venice beach in a bright afternoon to "white section" of the
,1 out increasing one iota the value of theI from city, county, state or federal gov and perked and LOCKED courtroom while Hurt's court
hospital plant. their car, they took a stroll is in session.
ernment. along the beach and then Montgomery told State
a
the basil of such the board
On terms
Under its able administration and with swim. Upon returning to their Trooper D. H. Tidwell his
quite properly said no thank you to the JrW
I dispensers of fed.rlll.rg.sl. the continued fine support of the peopleof Too Late To Note to new bakers I in cake- n

Some people might take Issue with the the ares, it Is competent to hold on to making, "creamed" shortening
and should look as fluffyas
:
i board. To these, it can be pointed out that unique position. ClassifyBy beaten sugar cream ch.....

&
e e
III Strange Alliance-Past Presence Future RUSSELL KAY
;JtamMer Oaito 770"Cress Country-I Station gw'Year's
DARE promises to play an VENETIANGLEANERS

It It sobering even' frightening, to recall ing-problems to both this country and Important part in Florida's

f that World War I began almost Russia. It Is, of course, Chins. Official I future. It is a revolutionary best savings on a best-sellingwagon !
set about a
program up :year
J I precisely 50 years ago on August 4, Chinese denunciations of current Soviet '
ago by the University of Flor
If 14. That ti only a comparatively brief policy have been only relatively less bitter

lifetime sway. But In that period, the than her denunciations of what she ida.DARE are the initials for the makes you this Rambler's Year.End Selling; Spree Is on now. Even during the

world has been utterly transformed, and calls American Imperialism. China denies' agency: "Developing Agricultural SensationalOifel regular selling season you could save $$240 or more.
It has hardly known a period of real that consistence I Is either desirable or Resources, Effectively"which !
peace and stability. The first wir saw possible. Her whole policy Is based on I Is maintaining a careful .. to acquaint you with our'Sam-', ,; over a top-size Ford or Chevrolet. Now you may save even more

the end of the old dynasties-those of destruction of the West by any and all and comprehensive surveyof tone,. !TAe worW/ most recom- because Rambler dealers are really dealing to clear the decks for

the Hohensollerns,, the Romanovs, the means. A vast militarization this state's agricultural resources mended dryceanillg"RAND / the '65s. You
programIncluding as sn action program get smart, sporty looks and more V-8 power
j H.bsburghich, for sll of their terrible the ultimate development of aimed at realizing our full potential McNALLY than
i. faults and miscalculations, represented nuclear W..pon-'I' et the heart of this. of agricultural development the standard V-8ln a Ford or Chevrolet wagon. With Rambler

I 1 a form of lasting order and entrenched She Is driving to supplant Russia as the The during the next Is under decade.the GLOBEPOST too, you get Double-Safety Brakes, Deep-Dip Rustproofing, and,

i tradition and belief. That war citadel of communism and that Is something supervision program of Dr. E. T. York other advantages you can't get on the other two best-selling wagons,
: and those which followed It with all their the
Kremlin can hardly afford. Jr., Provost for Agriculture at

butchery and violated hopes, resulted in The events In Viet Nam and In Southeast the University. Dr. York saysit Live a little-with savings choose from
your like
was born of a belief that ".' sporty options
chaos and unrest on an unprecedented Asia generally are part and parcelof "the future belongs to those
II' scale a far vaster plan. The Viet Cong of who plan for it." reclining bucket seats, console, floor shift (manual or automatic),

'II The wart and threats of other wars the North are, undoubtedly, Chinas In. York points out that every power steering, power brakes, power windows..and lots more.

r .t produced alliances of course. But some struments. They have weapons originating facet of rapidly.agriculture We have is changingvery the alternative Drive a Classic wagon to see how much car you've been missing, '
were almost! unbelievably tenuous and In China and the .
probability Is that theyare of trying to recognize Comp.rlion. bawd on nunuf.clur.re' suggested rasa prices for
short-lived. In the first w.r. the alliance given Chinese military direction. They anticipate, plan for, and r.augR. lop-aa 4-door wagons. with! V-8 engine,.hisser and front sat bens-l
of which Included become adjust to this change, and In
) I we were e pert Japan constantly bolder and have forced
take of
Italy and Russia. The mortal enemy was this country Into a much tougher many it, or failing cases to do advantage this,.we suffer Drive a Rambler Classic V-8

C Germany. The second war taw Russia still strategy. The war, at last, Is being carried .. the prospect of being run Wagon

j with us and Germany still the foe-but Into the North, and the In over and perhaps trampled Go where the deals
steps
are-Rambler's
End
der the rush of such changes.We Selling Spree is now
.''t Japan and Italy had joined her. In the this direction taken by President Johnson must also recognize the
i'I few years since then, the players have have been endorsed by Senator Gold. fact that agriculture Is becom. AMERICAN MOTORS CORPORATION-DEDICATED TO EXCELLENCE

9 once more switched their roles. Germanyand water Th. communist attack on e U.S. ing more and more competitive
Japan are friends and allies The destroyer cruising In International waters today than ever before. Florida WOLFER MOTORS INC.
o agriculture primarily thoughtof
I prime opponent Is the new Russia. But brought a whole new element Into the in terms of citrus and vegetables $ ,

," the most vociferous end warlike of all war The possible consequences are un goes far beyond those FOR $595 915 S.Tomiam! Trail

I'' who hate us, as leader of the West, Is foreseeable For we are not attending products.fish It includes feed and forestry fertilizer ( PAIB Venice, Fla
products,
I .' Red China with her almost limitless human and Intensifying this war because of any seeds, pesticides, agricultural . with your drvcleaning order, Watch"On Broadway Tonight::starrlna Rudy Vallee on CBS-1'{,Wednesday evenings-
: resources and her seemingly Inflexible particular Interests we have In Viet Nam, chemicals and the like. please ask for details.

goal of world domination.Will or Laos, or any of the other little countries All these avenues must betaken
there be new end stranger alliances .1.I In that into consideration in obtaining
t world area It Is becausethe the overall picture. Agricultural .
I J'' \ still For example! could this ultimate stake Is control, of Asia, resources of Floridaare IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW

country and the Soviet Union ever joint Africa, and much of the vast Pacific many and varied and it is
hands In defense of threats aimed at vital c ample*. imperative that we survey the r when you
whole field and acquaint ourselves -
'I 1, interests of both? Thus the world rocks unsteadily on. The with the potential of all iII
<, It Is certainly unlikely, but no one with of these facets in our future 4 V .
powers act, as they always have, In what planning. a :
a knowledge of what his happened In DINE

.. the past half-century can say that anything they believe to be self-interest. Alliances,' DARE for Is it an is ambitious attempting program to I i : OUT

J I Is really Impossible. And it Is ominously it can be said, have always been madeto survey the whole wide and var. .

J clear that there I i. a threat which be broken when those Interests so dic. led field of Florida's agricultural ,
resources and anticipate I : IN VENICE
: J j poses the most difficult-though differ tated. It could happen again future action that will best protect AND ENGLEWOOD a

them all and safeguardour
. Rlt. f agridultura] future. COME AS YOU ARE! -
The Question Remains Will our present extensive SMACK
planting of citrus fit in the puzzle McDONALD'S
picture and show a profitor Bay Vista
"' The Intimately related tll and pending more, ewe more" basis. The disastrous a loss Is our cattle pro 661 S. Tamiaml! Trill ph. 488-2473 Venice FU.
problem grow more clouded. end result of this kind of policy has been duction going to be able to RESTAURANT ft COCKTAIL LOUNGE ,

' I A short time ago the powerful House seen the world around In the post World compete with the ever chang We cater to' parties ForSPECIAL
ing picture and can we meet DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR
i Way and Meant Committee voted to War I era So, an old and Increasingly competition from off-shore COMPLETE DINNERS .. .. ..,... .. ... .. $1.50 and up

r t Increase social security payments and to Important question remains to be answered areas? LUNCHES . ... . .. .. . . .. . . .. .. 750 and up TAKEOUT
ti Increase social I security taxes by S per : Will we learn from the tragic experience Indications are that we will CLOSED MONDAYSSR PICNIC BOX LUNCHES
:' cent to meat the bill. There are excellent of ethers before double the amount of money 775 et ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
our own econ- going into the pockets of Florida ' Rotary Meets Here Tuesday, Noon. SERVING
In favor of this In view -_ Ph. 474-U8Q BREAKFAST( 6
arguments move omic tins catch up with us at home farmers as we Increase our orn
of the slew but steady rises In living costs The spenders In Congress have just voted production and dump one and 1 _

1 that have characterized the "creeping In- e heavy Increase In their salaries although ,. one their half pockets million each dollars into THY OUR . .
:year.
flation" of recent years. But, the pros they have failed miserably to show DARE sees a steady population . STEAK Grilled SANDWICH Onion The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH
!55e12Inch
1 and cons of that aside, this Increased any ability to balance national etpsnss Increase for the state withan
tei will go I long way toward offsetting with national income Increase of M per cent between Homemade Pine $1| up OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENSLEWOOO
now and 1975 or an increase ((25o each additional dressing.) I "Food fool b ttoifeg
the Lemon lrlOn"
reduction Jay ArM ft,
f the In Income taxes that went Another thought comes to mind. Wonder of from 900,000 In 1960 14 OZ.

I t i Into effect this year if member of Congress had any pangs to 8,200.000 In 1975. FROSTED MUG-0-BEER 300 SMORGASBORD S2.2

We are facing sn ancient truism-you ef' conscience or even so much ai gave It is gratifying to know that MONDAY 5:30: to 9 P.M.SMORGASPREAD.
a i a ,ean't have your cake. end set It too. And a thought to the feet that the $7,500 DARE is in alert agriculture to changing and conditions to THE GLADES 41

J I ,the government, despite the occasional lip INCREASE In pay they voted themselveswas preparing to offer an Intelligent\ BAR & RESTAURANTS. I 11 JO to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. SUN.51."
service, that Is paid to the cause of ecoM more than. twice the tots) and constructive program to I ,
You'll
) averageannual T..ml.ml1riI! Just S. of Our I-W
Bill
protect Florida'uIAre( ajrl- Phillip Ford Enjoy Popular Dinners .,. ? euv' From $
e ; .y.i continue to operate on I "spend Income of Floridians cultural development.! I Dave it Fl. Behrens 4744312'J1i
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r will ese M _.....,bl. Cs. stir ..1oto a point of ....In.I..: IIII .... North _
a :: 0., Iha.rurp.4/ he r p,. .ilwron Wort IM ft I thonM South NOTICB Or SUIT W. A. AMY-
::\I'. P.Inh I IL Oharoh, ssawOja. II wra. Wart Ml fl. I Ithi thssa IoootltII 11alAa.ci". .t ', 8araM Owa l,. '
'Np 1 lor. C.dldl4 0.00. ...... Ko T to th.. N.b.001N SUIT TO FORICLOSB CONTRACT 'I
FOR SALE TO 8TEVS PA8KO: ...
ww 11. of MM U. B. HMi Br GUIMMO.
roe NR th... Northmitorlr' liars uM rllhtW MARY R. FASCO. auaban sad ..If.. JyANE I
THE CIllAC"OV: iRct Tn IN war HIM 114 foot.. ..... or lav to all partha alalmlni, Intanut hr, thrtmirn BLAH AND DEAN
AND FOR SARASOTA COUNT*. poly W ......n...*. under ar ...1.., Mid BTBVC VASKOar.4 Br l // W. 5a:. ... WIU.... Jr. I,
rTORIDA. TM CBANCBKT ..d pat ... mukrol. to soot MARY R. PA8KO.: ar .y a.. Altoraam for rialatlff.
!RAHLAWJim.. JB. flRACB of your .... or olhor ploidlnl' U or mora of this ...: all partial bars. tlT NaaaH 8tta 4.
AIIN" LANUIHRI ..d JOHN J. sold. _.lal.k m tko riantlfW! .1_ or ... ...1.. 10 a... ... ,HrtK till arlalaraH P. O. lies laos
BLA1B, a.tVLE Tmrto a5We ttt Dan P. 1 ta tin papal, ...... 4aMrlkTna Vrba nariaa.PuklWil .
CLASSIFIED Houses P0nUft.. /1T Nioan ..., Vmloa O.a.a.I as 4UM ... .... IS. M. *T. feat .. IM4.
I For Sale Business PersonalsDresamatiac Situations Wanted"GIRL 5.. N.. 11,15 / .rldaal ....or or M4lnv. . lath. 5,4..4.1 ro.. ara hwahy.oIlp I
0. MEADOWS Nnbr. alHoi of th. dork of th. Clnultto fM Ikat all) af aonplalat. la lor.rlraa CLASSIFIED IS '
CBS I alterations, draperies .. bath r 56ea ..tad .a Of' bafnrs the a _101. aoatraefc far .... aa UMbllowinf FOR
RATESCh.reJ' BEDROOMS Honda FRIDAY. MrA.0RToI II d. of Be0M. IN" If pas Oil ( awrlbH araptrtir lonala .IIISaraaota YOU ,'I
room, uu. bUbo Golden Beaca eta ra.oablr. 481-1110 Experienced / OF 5555Yav do to dauo. hr default will ai takMiMt Cowtr. Florida. ta .Ut IF YOU BUY SELL
bookkeeper typist LTLp0. .g. you and for Ik. roltaf Osad.M
'
both Thursday. section. 8M Roberts St secretarial l MEADOWS. In old onmalalntDOKB Leis T sad .. Blo<* 0?. VBHICB i
Ral.e. HIRE!: OR BENT.
duties, receptionist. ar. karakr aotlfrl tkrf a Com.ahlnl AND OROtRID at BtraKta.Tlrcurt BT.WAT SUBDIVISION u a,p s
and Monday EdiiloroIworddes VENICE GARDENS_ SHEPARD Call 488-4187. for Dattaratorr. Daaraa foe i.. r. Florida, 'hie IT 4s. nf Awa.R INRw. Plat tharaol on flla and of ra.aorJ .
PlM fast _.
Beds
2 of a.a.nl 0 the fo" In Plat Book I Fan II.
....... A WYNNL ,
rooms -.... paa5i .oo .Mat NINa = _...
;
1H bath, paneled I Court. Ceu.O. Publla o( BaraaaUOoaalr
$150 .
LUMBER s ,
Florida CO. .t 10 .It Florida.fir Ploriila.hai FORD DEALER ;
Mobile HomesONE .
room cathedral That af
cell- p.rt Oh SU of IIEIof
I Jan. Gulmmo aaaa flM anlaat fat aa< laa araraqulrari
togs, central heat. Availableupon 1003 N. Wathlrrgtan. Blvd., r NWI/4 h.. of to 14, Tmmdihi I* South. PnliHilii Am t ((12| minimum . 10 Fart lylo. North aU.. 8. or abadlnv. ., W tha bill af tom>lalnl oa i
Saratoga HUNDRED ..
request 4885397. Jl h 41 ITomlo.., Trail gad NOTICE
Words, each ec |.iulh .., Of INTENTIOrT: TO tka Plalnttfra' atttrnv. PLAItt AND "uiL A-/ ;!
ul
Addltlon.1 Hr af that
MOBILE mak .
GaDELLIOTT HOMESTO KGlSTUt riCTITIOUB NAME
'I".!... thron.k Ik. KW1/4 of SEl4of : DKAN, SIT Nassau Btraat Vaalaa PlorIda ;" :
RentalsSHOP I CHOOSE FROM! NWI/4. which crartt Onllnux ..4 Tha inoinlnrf dooi hnvbip. .. tiy tnt flla taa .n..... sass.r ar
PAUL ....
,
.
Ik. afftaa af Clark 1
fI int, 0,, Mrakka Rlr.r nil n ta aoaduoUnt a Background phaalnala afIk.
both Thursday
CASH re.... Come see the finest selection furthw daicrlhnl u foil"... Hvriii at ....... bmlaon Vmloa. Florid* andalha .. Clrault Court BaranU COMHUOourUxMH .
and Monday Editions DESK AND OFFICE forEGO of New and Used Mobile plot II n 6M .n' II rid NorOIItW fktltlnM (._ of Bamote .... a Raraaota. Florida on ar ka.fora .
? TRUSSES .r. N 514 N S51/4 of Elaitmnloi!) and that MM firm k Maipocod tha Ittk aar of Bntaaiaar. 1M4.K .
spaces for rent. East Venice Homes on the West Coast of : /! 0.14 palm hots. . ., et5aryl of th. following poraoni ..... you fall to *o .0. Juitaaaat W aa- a
$1.40ll Ave, Grove St., TamtamI Alum. Window I DOOM. Florida! 10 wide, 12 wldes, 11Im. Narta.1,1p .Ion. n._ aad .1_ at raildmoa an af fault .III b. Ukaa ...In., roa for Uxrall
.... .. hi tka bill af .
.f folkiwilldntr "f damaiMX aomplalnt.Thta
Trail. South Venice and Tamlml Contract Roofing > Painting 20 widest Unbelievable bar. silo North II.. 0' II4 01 5Iat: t. Naadlanao.. P. O. Bn 5I, aotta ihall b. a | word minimum' 1 Trail Port Charlotte See Phone MIM Venice Rains. Several repossession. JlWI/.I III.... Est glong. aid Nortk Vmloa. Fla.Owmnaip adl vaak for four ..._,tI.. wilkl ,In I
Hn 01 fast. mart' ar Ion. to North, of Til. VENICI1 GONDOLIER;
Baraioto Oasis i Ilactronkx :
Additional 8c Charles Rickard, Venice Tran. Term to suit. Drive over to. r,IRhe of war Has of Tuialaml;, Trail la aa followaiBldntr DONE .... ORDERED al Baiwota.Florlaa d
alt Storage, or Rickard May. TYPEWRITERS and Adding (U. .a Hlahsoy 411 thae ...... L Noodlrniaa. 10* aor ami.It . thU 7tk. lor of AiwiuU mi.
AB Caa hraa ki otao* Machines ( day.GEORGE sat rli .10.. .I' liortlt 11, of k lauatioa to 50.mark "
flower. Port Charlotte. mechanically op AND RUSS / av a phr to
Phone T.al.mTall
aZTtkcn W U on tin louUi ... \
< of tha Circuit Court In for
+.M.akrne..R Venice orated) Chemically; cleaned Mobile Home Km K SH of Psl/4.0: NWI/4 .rt4 &
. M amto a 488-1317 or NEptune Sales Inc. I* ft. But of duels Count: *. ..Iorid.. U rmlitor th. ,
MM .Kk h.-rtloai tkaraaftf.. 92555. like new. Just' $13.50 plus parts 8558 N. Tamiaml Tr., Sarasota BEI/4!: of NWI/4 BW anraar tit..... of North SU) of II Mid aam. SaraMa M.... a Eloftrimlt.undw ?
.
:: kar "t'P. It required." AU makes. Venice ft. to Blaea. of bnrlnilus" ... th. fob th. pmvtoloo.. of Ch._ aooos
6703 S. Tomlami
Tr. Bradenton
.Jd.T O.
.Nth.
fcwlnl aaicrllMd ... Uwi of Florida, Art. of 1D4I.Wltao .
Stationers. traMa of
FURNISHED 211 W. Venice laaal
Ave
dr.ln
r r 3 ROOMS
INI.
wise r and >i ar Und this 7tk da, af
,
M .1 point of Intmantlon+ of North .1 ntiz
bath. Yearly rate $65. Menen. 4fm- ni ,ice[, of S>4 of 8B1/4 of NWI/4 Sa* lul". I.... 7TODAYF

CLASSIFIED: DISPLAY des Apt*., 517 Menende St. Help Wanted Boat Wanted l''I.l20. of tat U. U th.III"North" ..,rilht 45. of thoiiM war tatr BIDNCT M. A.r I.' *NECDLEMAN.FuhlUll U. 11. 1M4. '63 GALAXY 'I 1

Out Edition per Inch $3.00 Ph. 488-3012. WANTED 12 or 14 Ft. Boat II.BouthwoUtly. tOO ft.I III..10..... old with rllbt.. .of...sap of IN THB CIRCUIT COURT or THB ,

loth Edition/ per inch $3.50 t ear. U..I._ a.......... frlrat CUSTOMERS NEED service In with or, without inboard. N aaron,.to rllht run 198 ft. thtaea AND TWELTTH FOB JUDICIAL SARASOTA CIRCUIT IN $1895. ;
Yak.. I ads .. ... with .n .1. of 10 dorroM to rlirhtrua COUNTY
Box Venice.
Venice Charlotte 746 FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
or Co. full Northautarlr ywlW to bfeli.my
Owaar. LOU .
ads bU JACOBS .uar to point, on th. North txnndirraf WILLIAM A. HAMMAN and '63 PLYMOUTH Wagon
An eI..lft.d In or part time Earn $3.50 hour. Hid '1844 of 8E1/I of NW1/4I THELMA A. HAMMAN, Hu..... ,
advmce except ..s'abiishedsnout. FURNISHED APARTMENTS ly and up. For Informationwrite Boats For Sale _.. But wl'h. cn'1 ''i-h ........ .a' ..II..
reasonable Walk to beach arr to point of krflnr.,1-; And IOth. . $1695.
PINaUfh.uAsa t
Rawlelgh FA G 583 2003 .
following- treat .( 'nod| Orals. a, w0. 11111ITVI
and shopping. Call 488-3447. Memphis, Term.SALESMAN point of InMiwMon of N-rtfc Nno of _
Evenings, 4742569.ATTRACTIVE SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. SVi of BEI/4 of WWI/4 a.. N rs4,. !: 'ASKO sad MART L '63 CHEVY 4 DOOR I
CANCELLATION or length 8-ft. beam Plnto-Val- ud th. NorlJl rI.bt .r ., of PANNKO. ........ .. ..II.. t..
WANTED.. Must U. a. .
Hlfhwnrthmo. .1 fT..I..1 'ham I
ADJUSTMENT Eff. Apt. Private have car. Apply C. F. Rick. vo engine. Tunnel Btem. All South M d._ wM Nap N........ $1895. \

qaHti. for eanctllation.. heated ,tool W. Venice acrd. Venice Transit & Storage.WE tibreglassed. Hardtop Draft
b Ave. Week month yearly 12-ln. wonderful for bay and '62 RAMBLER '
.r .dl ustrn.nt .ea l. of Wagon
be mad foeTwsday Iteasonabl aummer rate.. Ph. NEED Licensed Real Estate gulf. Lots of room for chairs
nor' must Gondolier 4883681. People. New class by' and fishing tackle. 995. Phone SPECIALONE BEST $1095. ;
l BEFORE
Kathleen Wilkinson to start 488-3157

I pjn. on Monday. For MODfa EFFICIENCY Cottage Nicely: :Thursday, Sept. 10 at 262 South WEEK ONLY BUYS '62 FAIRLANE 4 Dr. :

d Gondolier BEFORE Ip.IIIo furnished Screened porch. Trail John McLaury Real Es Lost :.

on Thund.y. Neach Beach. Phone 488-1904. tale Phone 488-5561 or 4885698. GILBEY'S GIN $1395. 'liI

SOLITAIRE EMERALD KINO
PHONE TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by .
year.. Completely furnished. PILOTS and diamond wedding ring $3.68 fifth 3 or $10.50 $4.59 qt. '61 COMET
oo NokomU Beach off pavilion
483-3125 Automotlo heat and air con.dltloned. MALE OR FEMALE
Reward Contact The Gondolier SOUTH VENICE LIQUORSSouth '61 DODGE 440 2 dr. $1095.
1000 Sq. ft. On E. needed for dally plane tour I .

Tampa St.,. close to stores from Venice Air Base Must Newspaper of Cyro't Venetian Moon (formerly Early Wynn'i) Hardtop *4QQIl '61 CORVAIR

I Tel. 588-4194. have 500 hour and Florida AT SOUTH VENICE SHOPPING CENTER Top Drawer . .CO33 f
Lots For Sale Real Estate License IMMEDIATE Money To Loan .

2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur TOP EARNINGS. Call 61 CHEVROLET Brookwood $1095. ,

verse itrflmuNn rOTS fished Plenty room for children 958-1187 collect for appoint BUSINESS OR PROPERTY '
VtNICI BUSINESS aiTKSdWNEE. and pets. Phone 4886781. ment. Loan Unlimited funds avail H COfl 61 FALCON WAGON I. .:

LOU JACOBS, Mi-tlir able. Personal appointment ar Like New .. 1300 '

3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office ranged S. M. Box 746, in care ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION $995. '
ELI INLET Seawalled private water. Nicely furnished. want live-wire licensed real of this paper. '61 PLYMOUTH Belvedere,,
boat basins E. .L. Kilton NPC. Phone 488-3881. :'
estate salesmen Reply J. C., 9 passenger $1399 61 VOLKSWAGEN

Bayihore Drive Nokomla. Box 746. Venice. Leqa1! Wagon .. .. .
Wanted To Rent MAINTENANCE $1095.

Real Estate Female Help Wanted IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB!: '61 VOLKSWAGEN
MOTHER and eight-year-old TWELFTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN '60 FALCON 4 Dr.
ANtI FO. LIGHTING SUPPLIES Little Ml
BARASOTA COUNTY
son wish 2 Bedroom Fun
WHY BUILD when you can WHITE Housework and cookIng FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. 1100
Jewel . . .
.
nlshed -
or preferrably unfurnished HELENA M. UMSTXAD, $695.
buy home at sacrifice dinner for 2 adults. 8 .
priced We have a 19,500 val- house. Prefer near lays.. Transportation neces A .ID..Plaintiff ponon. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc 63 VALIANT 2 dr. -I COO '
beach. Call 488-6368 after 6. NO. 'MOCRARLBB 59 IMPALA
u, (for $12,000, 2 bedroom., 2 sary. Call 488-1338. CASE Perfect .. .. 1000
baths, tine location, City of Bate i Cockrill Streets Phone 488-4774
Misc. For Sale FASHION WIGS-Be a party !: MAT $ICw. Venki. .. 62
hostess FLOYD MATLOCK. at M al,
and credits toward
earn

Two bedroom home 2 blocks MO-Ped Motorcycle. Good tires a free human hair Sara- Dafndanta.KOTICB. Of SUIT 4 door '1988 '58 FORD 500 'e ,
from
Gulf fireplace comer and running condition. Only For information Eiccellent . .
Wig
phone Bnlt r "' I \
lot, right-of-way to the peach, CHARLES ri"'oL"l"ri: 'J Rubtrotd .
$75. 4881231. Sarasota 834-0060. Barrett Approved Approved $395.TRUCKS
,11500.$ MArLOCK:. h.Mnd ..d ..If.. "LOYDMATLOCK '60 AUSTIN HEALY Sprite ,Ai
.
Unusually nice 3 bedroom 2 SOFA BED. Rood condition. POSITION AVAILABLE for and and wlfa JUANITA all partial MATLOCK.huaband ......Ia.I. w/air. Pretty 'S1AQC

lath home, large kitchen Floe $20. Phone 488-4653. experienced secretary with Int..., ..... throuik. andor or ...1.., Bright Red'. .

ida Room overlooking the Bay, building firm. Shorthand typo old Fiord Charloi Matlock. ,Matlock.Juanlta Matloek.Hattla Ifatlock or anr USU' dJHITe'G YU
l buy at $28,500. FUEL OIL TANKS, stand lug, bookkeeping required. ana or Bora of than, aad all partloa Ai'tnl. '60 CORVAIR 4 dr. Sedan
On Fuel oil deliveries. S&H ha..at or .lahalni to b... anr rltiht. '&
wide Call 488.1350 for
part of SarasotaBay appointment SEAL ONm
Green Stamp. Standard HeatIng title or IMarart I I. to* propnty .hania.daMribadi Might
899
exclusive
subdivision 2 '"
bedroom 2 bath home 115 ft. Service. Across from fire THREE WOMEN WANTED.Due Tmi and aark of yoa. ... narby notlflod ;; Fin. 1 .. .. .. '63 CHEVY PICK-UP '
.
that a bill of complaint, to for :4
station. 488-4052. to expansion nationwide
of/ seawall Lanai, fireplace reduced andteened organization requires, 3 ladles eloa. ewtain dowrlbod oontract property for aala.locatod an th.fellowlni laBarrota LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. ''59 ENGLISH FORD 2 dr., $1395. '

$KIM and will, consider to MEN'S Spaulding- golf clubs. for canvassing in Venice area. C an of land I O.en
portion '
offer.! Woods, 1, 2, 3. Irons 3 thru No selling Part time work, 4 _tn Countr. Florida. North andWcat Roofing Contractor transportation UQU 61 V/W VAN
9. $45. Phone 4883708. hours a day. 8 days a week. of th. ....k proKratolnv oa
Duplex 2 bedroom each t
following doMrlood prodOTtjlA
hour. Can be SPRAY COATINGOn '58 OLDSMOBILE 88, 2 dr. $1095.
dde, furnished one aide rented SEWING MACRINE 11.23 an perman- part of the NorUiaaM 1/4 of \
a deal ant Write Box 4182, Cortez tie Norlhwoit 1/4 at the South.vo Tile Asbestos and Built Up RoofiNo.ornii Hardtop $EQO
at (10,000. DUE TO DIVORCE III 01 aortloa 54. Towaihlp '61 THAMES VAN
V. have many other home 1964 Zlb Z.,. Looks and sews Plaza. Bradenton for appoint- II arty ai follow. Raa.,..Btartlni M Bait.doiorlbod atth. Fie. Ph. 488.5913 All Pow.r . 000

and lots whose owner will sacrifice like new Fancy stitches with ....., HIM of th. Intonoo. $695.
ment.Male .. ... 57 CADILLAC 4 dr.
.
value for caah. Easy drop In cam, buttonhole, toe of two roada
Help WantedDEBIT a. Ma* U. B. 41 aad Florida77T
terms on be arranged on sew on buttons overcasts raw rorpoetlvclr, and procoidlnBEwtwl PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME? $688 '58 V/W PICK-UP I,
many of our listing edges, no attachments needed. / .km. atnnir of road A Beauty . . .
INSURANCE Sales- U. S.1.. 11(1 foM. thr.. .....tbUot decide
BYRON MARKLE Realtor Small balance or $1.40 per man. Age 2545. Married fait.. la th. .U. of rltht.ofwv Before) you tee our $450.
Ph. 48M7M week. Guaranteed. Write, af laid road a. point offcwlnahifl MODELS IN '55 PLYMOUTH 4 dr
Sales
Ugh school graduate. experience thence Southnly II*.TMa
U.S.C., Box 748, Venice. preferred but insur- /aR .ere a. 1_ to .oot. thorI.bMof.WIII' Good tone 51 CHEVY PICK-UP

BEDROOM I HOUSE to Van- APACHEIWorld' and experience not necessary.VenlceEngl.wood . TTT 'III.Nait.... or Northw rood.FOr......, VENICE EAST Condition . . .. .aWJ

., beat built, best felling area. One lont' ""rltht-of-w. 114.11 fart.r of....road.. or Florida tau. , 6 miles South of Venice '55 PONTIAC 4 dr. $200. !
camper trailer, Special year resident preferred. Must ta tntortaot ,... rhrht...f-war ofroad on the Tamiaml Tr. (U.S. 41))
have car. Excellent earnings totart U I. 41, taonea Ewtorlralanc Good $400
lowdown< paytntnt, Phone 48J- demonstrator sale 1 down now going and and opportunities for the rUlht-of-w. .r of. road, BUILDERS OF 9 MEDALLION HOMES Transportation .. ..COO
1231. on. Little money U. a. 41, B4I foot aiora or hat to Bill
low bank payrents.CAMPER'S much higher earnings and ad th. point af ....1..1... Torotkwwit PhlllipsI
th. bBpromnaaU tknaoo.baa I
vancement. Write giving quali-
PRIVATE WORLD, bora fllad. wart" rou and you ar.nqulNd .
PARTY wants late Icatlons to P. O. Box 3590, .....
Blvd. ta torn a aopr of four :
1Trall bedroom home West 100 N. Washington Sarasota. or ploadlnc. to th. bill of aonplalnt a* SBIF FORD
51' Have 2 Bedroom 2 (Opp. Maas Broa.) tha Plaatim attornor, Blair and Doaa, WOOD

bath on Harbor Drive to trade Sarasota Situations Wanted lit fllo tbo Napa orlclnal,. Btrcot.aniwor Vcaloa or Fbdd..54 ploadlnn; : C.PNSJRUCilClN E'i

h. Box 299, Venice Fla. tha offlot of th. Clerk of th. ClnultCourt Chrysler Plymouth "The most affordable
Co. Baraaota Cant CourthoiM.. Barwou '
Tri-Counfy Equipment WANTED!: Washings and IronIng ., Florida, on or _.. th. 16th dar ; "CdM p'AfSlY : "
Houses For Sale *. Pick-up and delivery. of Y,5.hor. JM4. If err f.ll to do .., Motors, Inc. FORDS In Florida!
SELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. Ma-nwat .br '.'.ult will .. takanaialmt : .:
Phone 488-2575. ron for the rallcf _....d.. IBtha
8 8DROOM.: 958-5705 Mil af complaint.Thla 550 S. Trail Venice, Fla. S. Trail Venice Ph. 488-6787
J bath. $300 wW pecfo/ at. notlca ih.ll aa ..bll.b... sass P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice Florida
down. Venice Garden. $9T This/ on "GIRL FRIDAY" Neat sad sack for four oontneutlra woika !. Ph. 488.6745 I '
tractive. Skilled\ In dictaphone : a
Th. VENICB CONDOLIIR.Don.
monthly Include taxes & in- Black & Decker Tools typing, reception and Ordorad at Sarawta '1... '- -
lUrance..3M Glen Oak :Rd. transcription Ida, this 7th dar of Ainrvt 1M4.
Phone 488-4638.; work. Some bookkeeping exper- W, A. WYNNB. ClashChun
Court Baraanto Ooa..,. LARGERrriReal .J
Household Goods ence. Qualified to oper.temOlt Florida.Br .

EAUTirui. Lan 4 e cap. d office machine. Manyrers J... Ouhnaw, .

lot area 8 I PC. RATTAN SET. like new .. Excellent rMnutgr Cl.rk. I Estate Corner I

two dining :apace. kitchen. Foam cushions; 3 pc. sectional Phone 488-2862. LAIR art W.AND CnialM DEAL WlllUmi, iI,.. I ,1

bed rooms. two baths, pantry chair 2 end tables; double Attornaya far Plaintiff 1ilJ.Ji.W!
amity. man' work shop, bed complete., foam mattress. EXPERIENCED Typist Would I1T. 0.Nauaa See 1171 stn.RP.
'tCtrIc heat, air Can be seen at Venice Transit like odd typing 'Jobs at home Vonloa.. Florida.ru.iuat .
conditioning
: s.,t 1. IMI.
r. and Storage Co. Reasonable ,4882882. Ass it. to. rr.
Vrwned-1n Porch, double
_,ort' tool worn. '., 488- SACRIFICE 4 ROOMS of turn! -- 2 BEDROOM HOME INTERESTED?

ture. 6 pc. living room 9 pc. WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. INTERESTED ? l/l Block to Beach Air Conditioned ;

itDROOMS, I Bath .Ir- on- bedroom dinette (all walnut). RAMBLER DODGEMS Urge Lot, Paved St. Central Water end

Itlolled cu Hour ta Yen- Like new.,I pc. rattan Florida S. Tamlaml Trail 4IM96S-4884I50 olfor Sanitary Sewer.Screened .
40o Cerdels phone 48M7U room. Call 488.87.Buslnesl SPECIAUST IN. . H. N. Wlmmeri' R $7950.00 Patio 2 Bedroom


I;!ell**days** and In4 ftsb.I 488-1770.I *.*- Personals ENGINE TUNING tY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAl. ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent KERMIT LMICKLETHWAIT Well For I Bath Garden Dwelling and! Yard ;

t a4w DNmisr e Brake Rep.tr Lubricate Chaulii 'for Wetter Union Telegraph 541| Shamrock Blvd a u

I :",. uWMM'a'b ..DMMrrRAcrIVs WINDOWS BATH enclosure Front End Allqiwtv .i 011 Change Monday thru Friday 9 to Si Saturday to I TOTAL PRICE $12,700
i Lou J.coaa ....aan Nothing downEasy term e Front End Overhaul .i Adjust| Headlights Beams REALTOR

so S & H Stamps.. All Brand- Co. e Wheel Balancing a| Electrical! Repair CLOSED SUNDAYS l rl.N.WIMMERSREALTOR y i
> Bedroom S 488.18741724 S. Trail. 801 Laquna Drive s ,
tha. .satabla. Easy e Engine Overhaul a i Any Automatic or Standard HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN

et411M8gt0.:: ; Box 98. Venice I Radio Repair Tranimlnlon Repair 488-4621 221 I W. Miami Ave. 488.5308 t k':

CREDIT: CARD Alrconditlofllrx Repair and InstallationGREEN'S I "n

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eallon riSc. Dice hone ta choice loVtnlc Protect JOur liability due to GARDENS IT'S A ,d
lot or ctolen credit card FUEL OP FLORIDACORPORATION VENICE HONEYHOME
Late INCOME
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eat bedroom.- IIt $10,000 coverage, $M three This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath hem) I. planned for

b..t can lit used a. a third ,.. '/., For full particular! .. gracious living.Enclosed Beautiful Duple on lake Well arranged and like new. 1

'qedm. Large utility room top In or callEDGEVanOMDAlE Member Chamber ef c.nwn.rce swimming pool I and fireplace, central heat enwelMandicaped One tide completely famished Mutt b* teen to b* appreciated. ,

PGrcb carport. eta.P DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE spacious lot. r t

Via. Phoni488.2804.IIUL: AGENCY Heating and Air Conditioning Back M entloied with link chain. fence. $12,650 '

I CDR Venle Ave. 4M-BS* Installations priced to sell $19,700. Think $2000 Cash Would Handle
I BATH Air-cordlt n- 111 V. Heating/ 6 Air Conditioning i

C"ac b' CualoM""' ''.1andee.pln.bunt home. V.G.and Gas Ranges .. Water Heaters FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY

:; txtarlor. $2,000 and RUBBER STAMPS made to 0., Pr.g EstlnMtas REALTOR Bruce Thompson, Rene Cobb Joseph Swee, AiseeUtei

ha Pdcs4 to eeU der. Ovtrnlght *errtce.c'to' Office No ,Jei| TM tie') '"> !.. Small' 251 W. Venice Av. Phone 488.1600 488-264 216 $. Tamtam) K P. O. tat 93S Phone 488473
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-: .. GONDOLIER Venice fit. TJmrtd.y, August) 20, W4 VENETIAN BOWL
,I Award Fete r
Teen Haven To SponsorAngel's Tarpon
Winter League Schedule 22S .
Sarasota Sun Sox Slate Monday night Men' 5-man -
I 1 1..' ,. I night, Men's : Nedra Bates led the ,
team Tuesday coring
Ilf Free Softball TeamThe ; handicap for the women with a 180 !!
I County C of C Night Set For SaturdayNOKOMIS scratch; Wednesday and women's morning, Frank Woodruff was tops&nd for

::It Venice Angels did it that time, They were unableto Moody Insurance Mixed, Wednesday the men with a 232 In the week.
r *rlll be Sarasota County Markets at both South Gate they got a sponsor interest a sponsor until this ly Lucky Back event
Chamber ef Commerce Night and Ringllng Shopping Centers Roy Buckelew boat, motor and trailer valuedat night, mixed; Thursday
With eight wins out of eight week .
t when Jr., Albee Road, who won night, Ladiei 5 man team,
the Sarasota Sun SoxRleet ; Maas Brother.; Sear., the softball team of high schoolgirls Charlie Butler is coach top $2,000 r r-----
Masonic and
prize in the 1964 Tarpon Tournament Other In the Friday night,
prizewinners
the Daytona Beach Is. Roebuck& Co.; A&P at Colon. were adopted by Teen Team members are: Misses for an
landers with his 158\tt pound 1964 tournament also will receive wives of Masons, Friday night
at Payne Park lal Shopping Center Touchton CHI E
on Haven at Linda
; a meeting of Teen Pond, Dorothy Orthweln,
{, will' receive his grand their trophies and awardsat second shift Flagstaff mixed: enjoyable
Tuesday, Aug. 25 at 7:30: p.m. Drug Store at Ringling Shop Haven Adult Board of Directors Sharon Morton, Linda Wolfe, entry,
Free tickets, which with a ping Center and from the fol. Tuesday, Penny Shadduck, Diane Cutler, prize trophy at the annual the Saturday banquet A Saturday night, Lucky Buck; day of JWLI
29 cents service charge will ad. lowing banks and savings and The girls organized in June Kris Leet, Jean Lindner, Linda awards banquet Saturday special guest at the event will Sunday night, mixed.0 .
colt the bearer to Payne Park, loan associations': Palmer and have played teams from Sarty, Georgia Willimson, Diana night. i be "Salty Sol" Flelschman - Anchor Oil, TRY
I may be obtained at the Cham- First National Bank & Trust Fort Myers, Osprey, Englewood Shadduck, Lea Bradshaw The dinner-dance will be held Tampa television personality Jack. Bullock, SARASOTAGOLF
and J Eastman, Wood Chrysler
tore of Commerce at Englewood Co; Sarasota Bank It Trust and Lemon Bay ,since and Carol Boatwrtght, at the Lido Casino Ballroom on Providing the pulchritudewill
4 Longboat Co; National Bank of Saraso Lido Beach, Sarasota, begin. be 1964 Tarpon Queen Bon tied for high single scoringIn CLUB
Siesta Key and Venice In addition ta; Citizens Bank St Trust Co.; nlng at 7.30 p.m.Buckelew' nle Brethen. Music for dancing the Berlin Sips Men's Lea- :! GREEN AA
I to these location. tick. Sarasota Federal Savings & Houser Named To Dean's List prlzewlnning Sit will be furnished by the rue with 213's; Roy Harris, FEY J .. ... CQ OO.UU
I Wood in
Hartman band. Chrysler was tops series
eta 19 in Harold
may be obtained at Publuc Loan Association and First ver King, caught June
i Tickets for the event are scoring with a 947; Duncan I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
Federal Savings & Loan Association the eighth week of competition,
John M Houser, son of Mr lative grade point average of I
Chevrolet had high team South of Sarasota
and $3 for I
SO for adults persons
for the South County mann $3
Parish School and Mrs. John Houser, 341 3.2 or higher out of a possible won outboard under 18 years. I single and aeries 824 and -" -..
Many valuable prizes will be Gardenia Road, Venice Gardens 17-foot fiberglass)
Opens Sept. 9 given away has been named to the 4.0.A total of 110 students attain. --
I Dean's Honor Roll following ed the Honor Roll during the
r An additional class, for GRANDMOTHERContinued completion of the spring quarter quarter just completed, 23 of ..- ..- .' -"
f three-year-olds, will be added at the Milwaukee School of whom had grade point averages ",
to St Mark's Parish Day ( from page 8))
Engineering. He is a graduateof of 3.7 or higher. These
School when It opens on Sept. moved here Harry Bauck, who Waukesha (Wisconsin) High students represent a crosssec.lion .
t. spends much time at Venice School of electrical and mechanical -
The six-year-old school has Beach, taught her the rudiments To be named to the Dean'sHonor engineering students as ;
previously been open to four. of swimming four years is fun.
in
Roll at the Milwaukee well as those enrolled the going
and and she it there. .
five-year-old children on ago took from School of Engineering, a student engineering technology currlcu-
ly. It Is held at St. Mark's Saturday she had no troubleat
must maintain dums at MSOE.
a cumu-
Episcopal Church from a.m. all completing the three home !
is
until noon Monday through miles needed to bring her totalto -, but so getting
Frldav Classes for the three. 50 ,
year-olds will meet Tuesdayand "We can switch strokes but FOR YOUR w-
Thursday from 9 a.m. until can't float during the time,"
noon. she said "I swam most easily -
A program of tnu le! outdoor on mv back, while I get my
play, a storv hour dancing and face burned to a crisp, and 1
ether simplified kindergarten work Is planned for the new "* it"Her { SCiIDIII! 1\
clans husband doe n't swim OACj
Mrs Georee n"Mon I U !In and doesn't go near the beach
charge of the fh'e'year.otd She s there every day that Is
and Mrs Tom Edmonton the good enough for swimming
other two clan'en. Hejistrations winter and summer
Is now ,,,In" on at the "Fortunately there are
church office' at 508 Riviera St. enough 'bad' days so that on NEW OR USED CARIt
School these I get housework
bm oen ic* i I. rroidod can my
for those w ho desire It. Tuition done[ In addition, she puts In will "PAY"
has been reduced this' \\ear according regular schedule of hours at you to see
to church officials Venice Hospital as a memberof Will John DickThe
The Hospital Volun- or
school was founded In Auxiliary
1959 "to provIde' a religious! teems.
( Rambler Men and The Dodge Boys)
emotional eoc'al end acudem. What next* Well as soon as
Ic development rf the child'. she gets back from a two-week AT r
personality in II Christian environment vacation she will complete the
," church officer" second 50 miles, which she has
said already started Wolf er Motors, Inc.
Why
"If 50 miles Is good for you. 915 S. Trail Ph 488-6150 488.3965VOLKSWAGEN
e 100 mile should be good for
you. too," she said

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All the fun getting ready and going on your vacation is safely worth

waiting for. But, on the other hand, to it getting back home. WhHe you're

traveling it's nice to know you have a home of your own waiting for your return..

sew $1,595. It gives you a wonderful feeling of belonging, a reason for being. If

r What's the catch? There charges of 4056. There is one you are still dreaming of someday owning your home, stop by on. of t.

isn't any. $1,595 is the suggestoptional that nearly everyone Sarasota Federal's offices and talk to one of our experienced Loan Officers. Maybeyou

ed price at the port of entry orders because it eliminates can be a home owner sooner than you think. Home owning is fu. .. .you'd see.

\YJHNII. AAA 1IAme SAFETY of any Volkswagen Sedan. the need for slip covers: the
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The price includes Federal matching leatherette upholstery

ATTENTIONVENICE excise tax and import duty, the for $30.00 extra.

built-in heater, defroster, windAnd that's it. Unless you SARASbTA
GOLFERS 1
i iOn shield wiper and dual padded count the cost of gas and oil .SYM001 U F00 R SEllCE'l
PLAY Wttt DAY Cooiri OR Sporfiesf NITE \ sun visors. it tales you to get here in your [? [ p[ [g G3p[1

9 HOLE PAR 3 LAYOUT ( What else do you have to present car. savings and loan assoelatlo:

TOMMY BOLT'S \ pay? Only I..V'>. !


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NOT THE PRICE!


They're on their way Back:) to school and sooner than you realize. There is your child and a

dozen counterparts all smartly dressed, eager to start a new exciting school) year.

This year, more than ever before, Venice offers the widest selection of BACK TO SCHOOL clothing I

to ever brighten the classroom

B ti' I Colors are inspired by the autumn landscape. The textures and fabrics are fabulous and the

] 3 I variety of style offered by the local merchants makes shopping an exciting adventure.

Smart people with smart ideas can afford to to be "stay-at-homes" this season.

And what is most important is the fact that no matter what your budget you'll find what you

want, what you need in the very best quality right here in VENICE.

THE GONDOLIER has sponsored this page to prove to you that "shop-at-home" Is a fact not
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a slogan.

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The clothes modeled on this peg are from'

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THE TERRACE SHOP ;
THEIR BEST FOOT FORWARD . 14 young Venetians prove that there Is BEALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE '
something very exciting about the opening of the new school year. New faces YOUNG VOGUE '
and new friends prompt a lot of the enthusiasm but there Is nothing that will THE MEN'S SHOP
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take the place of the fun of selecting your new BACK-TO-SCHOOL wardrobe THE RESORT SHOP
These children made their selections in VENICE. These
photographs show you Gondolier Pxeas by Itoolol I ,
what your local readyto-wear merchants have to offer you in modest price i,f .R
range The setting is the Venice Junior High School Vf7
with our sincere thanks to Principal Guy Rose
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as the above photograph shows Denise Brown (\\1)I) wearing a
!'J chocolate brown suede and cotton suit with sh. I pink middy
blouse, from The Terrace Shop discusses facets of higher
education with BeccI Blair and Stevie Spaulding. Becci'i v
(Icenter) ensemble Is a tweed belted sheath in tones of red
worn with the classic full sleeved tailored blouse while StevieR
MAKES THE MAN . You can have ( ) has chosen a two piece over-blouse and skirt in navy
i usual took that don not detract from locate plus blue accented with striped dicky and contrasting bow. BeccI
jn grooming. Whether the campus Is In and Stevie'i clothing are selections from The Resort Shop.
rwci or New Haven, Smyth Brohard and Nick
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top* present I handsome front. Smyth's jacket -.r'f' t 'r
11 moss green corduroy, Nick wean I stripednrudtir t p
both, Including the expertly tailored e.o ', rU
speed l slacks, are from The Men's Shop.

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probably NO, pictures of mutual 1I !t
9e Y v y. wafts friends YESI! There's a lot of fun In ,-,- ... -

the serious business of "larnin1 and /: s.
here we pause for a moment's re .. \Ii!.
spite. For the private school or college . .. '.... ,. "BUT DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER" . some very
bound gal, stretch ." ..'. . famous "last words" Issued by every parent who has
slacks and marvelous campus multicolored ; ') '. \ children as smartly dressed as these young ladies and A
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pull-over sweaters from Young Vogue :" ,; M gentlemen The two "show-offs" are Gary Ce in a
solve the problem as In the case of .. '' 'j"" \.1 striking striped shirt, his light tan washable sacks compliment I
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Sally Murphy (seated). Linda Henna , II. ...i... may! t *s the shirt. Chuck Huff (who was warned not to I ; .
of Beall's shares the view while wearing .i. let go of the flag pole and, luckily didn't) wears a linen ;
3 31 a tailored A-ihaped teal blue (blend) expertly tailored white Jacket with handsome
tailored outfit with contrasting col. black tapered slacks, his Bead's white shirt and black tie.
or, petite white buttons, a dress that The "maiden-in-distress" is Tonya Strikeleather who risked i .
compliments every figure because of her lovely Melody Blue Jumper, crisp white blouse . ti
the flattering kick pleat to soften and if you look closely, some charming lace trimmed petti-
I the lines Janet Hall, outfitted by pants, all from Woolworth's. The "landlubber" Is Gail
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,) ''s Woolworth's promises to be a Cam. Rumbaugh, who represents Young Vogue In a tucked gold
t pus Queen In her stunning plaid skirt, fitted bodice and full skirted classic that Is exquisitely
tailored white blouse with a Peter detailed.
Pan collar and loose knit bulky car.
Irs FUN TO BE BACK AT SCHOOL> . the "tug.o-war" digan In egg shell color. -
;Ti1! off Denise Brown from The Terrace Shop hip.belted y' ;M't
" imrper dress while Susan Capasso sports her Grant's rry]
w>moo" of deep blue skirt and coordinated print blouse. ?
On hand to check activities Is Kathy Smith ( I ) In a blue skirt
JJ rd plaid' vest with tailored shirt from Young Vogue. Nick
and Sail I Rumbrauqh center ) act as referees 4r
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rr* IS FUN AND SOME JUST AIN'T . It depends on how you look at it. W.II, look at it this look so charming In their Back-to-School clothes. And where as neither i
.?''' Linde! Henn. of Bead's definit.ly headed for the top of> J the class: Her 'background" partner -' Tonya or Gail look like future Quarterbacks will almost guarantee )
Z", Smith, 'Is also' head l for top honors In the "fashion field1'wyAii1 as well as scholastically because her IT SAYS SO RIGHT HERE . that two very clever gals, Susan that they'll be responsible for a lot of cheering when they show up
?' Skirt hw the lovely ger-look accented by charming "near-rlew-' details. It's the Capasso and Kathy Smith are |lust at sure of their stylish appearance.s at school on September 8th. There to share the honors as certain '
hY for: any gel| who, otn't| thin she can wear skirts too well and they can be found It they are of the printed word. Susan Is outfitted by Grants while the "beiMressed" future quarterbacks are ;Gary Ca r-
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I Kwik Chek Bonu, GONDOLIER, Venice, Ha. Thursday, "ogre! 20, I9MUSpecial
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!Hers It I Is Udles a lime Green food coloring er thoroughly all the Ingredi Employees of Wlnn-Dlxle I and I
pit with c\lltardy tilling and. 1 baked 9-inch pastry shell cote Makes about 3/4 cup. Use talk-Check Food Stores have .
merlllue! topping that' Meringue for tossed green salad adding received $1,218,402 in year-end D E
relative I or cld.fashioned lemon In the top of a double boiler, more salt plus seasoning salt to profit sharing bonuses, according .
stir together thoroughly U cup the salad if you.like to O. H. Deriso, vice president
pig particular recipe yieldsr sugar, the corn starch and salt and division manager of
tanl1 flavor; and baa a filling Gradually stir in the water, SATURDAY LUNCH the firm's Tampa division.
(tIIIt II 011 tile soft aide If you keeping smooth. Cook and stir Thick pea soup maybe freezerstored The distribution was made to
would Uk' 1... tan., rOil n'lllht constantly over boiling water and thinned If you 5,378 eligible employees of the
omit .om' of the lm. rind. If until thickened. Cover; cook 10 like, on re-heating. Winn-Dixie Profit Sharing Hoirement -
"oulellJke a firmer filling, minutes longer, stirring occas- Program. In additionto "
\10\1 of Corn"SSTiSoritof tonally; if glass double boiler I Good Split Pea Soup the cash payments, it Is isImated PurchasesUNUSUAL i 'Y"'Y"l'
to the di.JeJuons Is used, Increase this cooking Crisp Rolls Salad Bowl that $2,000,000 will be Dungarees "
at the end of the time to IS minutes Do Grapes Beverage
given not re allocated to the participants' :
move from boiling water. Good Split Pea Soup retirement accounts for the VALUES FOR STUDENTS \\4 ,
Ach
:flike( a thin, flaky Beat egg yolks with remainIng 1 pound quick-cooking green Irm's fiscal year which closed 13Y
"i.try tor the pll ihell. And is K cup sugsr. Stir a little, of split peas June 27.Each EVERY AGE TASTE oZ.199 1 1They J"I,
noticed that pastry since 1940, Wlnn-
have you the hot mixture into the ell 1 ham bone and a veal year
it Is served at
at Ita beat when yolk mixture to blend, then re. knuckle Dixie has set aside a portion School Frocksby I
room (empetaangy Meringue turn to remaining hot mixture of Its profits for distribution to .'
Pie 2 quarts boiling water
T Wme over boiling water. Cook and qualified employees. All employees art' heavier, better madsWettern tr'
1 cup sugar stir constantly for 2 minutes. 1 cup each chopped onion of the firm who have I,
V cup corn starch Remove from boiling! water. and celery completed five years' service style than ever at trill :
teaspoon lilt Stir in the butter, lime rind, 1% cups diced carrot participate and are not required '
j 14' cups cold watef lime Juice and enough food col. 1 green pepper, chopped to contribute any part of Prim N' Pretty price 6 to I HREGULARS i I:, ' 4
I tit yolks oring to tint pale green. Cool to heir salary to the program.
Salt taste
and
to
j tablespoons butter or room temperature without stir- pepper The assets of the fund are Arlene Airess It SLIMS @t'I
margarine ring. Wash snllt peas several held In trust to provide retirement I
teaspoons grated lime times In cold water; drain. Ina Income to employees In
j l\\% Turn Into
filling baked pastry I Ishen.
rind kettle, bring to a boil the addition to social security ben CINDERELLA
fresh lime juice Spread meringue overfilling peas with the remaining In at its.
1/3 cup
; seal edges to crust gredients. Boil gently until The Profit Sharing Retire 3 to 6. Heavy Twill
Bake in a slow ((325) degrees)
I peas are cooked through ment ,ProgramIs, part of the
YOURrycAIt oven until meringue is delicately about 114 hours Remove employee benefit Jeans in Colors
comprehensive -
II browned IS to 20 minutes, bones and 2.19 to 3.99 II'

I ; puree peas vegetables program of Winn-Dixie
Cool it room temperature; If Thin soup with stork to Stores, Inc.. which also includes .
I pie filling Is not set enough 'o suit taste; reheat. If not all the life, health and accident SANFORIZED 10 01. '
4 cut and serve, refrigerate un soup is served, the puree maybe 'nsurance, sick pay, Christmas 3 GOOD COLORS
;if -by- tl1set. freezer-stored. Makes 6 to bonuses, stock purchase plan 7 to 14 ti ,

J!:, ,'M Bm Phillips I until Merengus foamy.: Beat Beat 3 In egg 6 whites tablespoons 8 servings and gram! a for college children scholarship of employ pro. 2.99 to 5.99 Slims Reg. I
SUNDAY BRUNCH
sugar, 1 tablespoon at a 199 i I
traDer this summer ees. ,
pulling Serve Jar of this store 6 to 16
trailer time; continue to beat, if nee a Jam; The company operates 632WlnnDixle ; ,<
? Be sure that your the for later {
rest enloyment. You'll have
until very stiff agree we .
overloaded. The essary and' Kwlk-Chek Jt!. \ I
ji not trailer fully loaded Note: For a firmer filling, Tomato Juice Cocktail supermarkets throughout the I assembled better styles, (, :
of your Ham and Eggs Hot Muffins 'i I 1'1'jf"
corn starch be Increased Southeast. ,
should never exceed the weight may Values ever and we have \ .
to 5 tablespoons Plum Conserve Beverage :
of/ your car fully loaded. Plum Conserve more to show you in the

teidllght At night even beams,If always the tor other lower oncoming driver your This FRIDAY special dressing FARE gives 3 pounds(Italian purple prunes plumbs) Ex-EVooder Gets lize you need. ' Billy The Kid ';'I 4oi 1l'f .j j :

cue zest to salad greens. 2 oranges
doesn't! You\ don't want your Fish Fillets Potatoes 8 cups sugar Dade School Job Q" k' '
headlight glare to blind the Green Peas with Celery 2 cups raisins, rinsed Colorful Jeans ,
other driver and make him ENGLEWOOD Dr John
Tossed Salad Olive Dressing 2 cups small pecan halves '
blunder across the center line Ginger Snaps Beverage Wash, pit and quarter plums Bahner, former Englewood!! The beat designs end worttmsn-
and crash into you. Olive Dressing Wash, quarter and seed oranges Elementary School principal, ,
First headlights on can were H cup olive oil ; put through food chopper was recently appointed to the Hi Schooler hip, 6 colon.Recommended. l' II '
,D lamps. They were used between 3 tablespoons cider vinegar (medium blade). In a ket Dost of associate superintendent a!
1902-1908. From 1904 to 1 teaspoon salt tIe, bring plums, oranges, of Dade County public ( Revel In these by Parent : '
1912 headlights were Acetlylene 1/8 teaspoon each white sugar and raisins to a boil, schools Bahner left Englewoodfour Sanforized ,'
Magazine .
pepper and paprika stirring until sugar dissolves. years ago to accept the Miss Junior ,
What's that "new car" attitude of assistant! professor r
2 tablespoons minced pimen Simmer and stir often until position
? I don't know exactly, but to-stuffed olives thick about 2 hours. Stir et education at Harvard University \ FROCKS 4 to 12 13 to 16 Slims, .
when man drives a new Ford 1 tablespoon each minced in pecans Turn into hot sterilized '
sway from BILL PHILLIPS chives and parsleyIn Jars and adjust lids, He also served as director CAROL RODGERS 2.98 3.98 Reg. :
FORD, his head has a certain a small Jar, shake togeth- Makes about one-half pints. ef research and developmentfor PAT PERKINS
tilt his eyes sparkle, and his a team-teechine protect In ( FENWICK CASUALS '
smile Is a yard wide It's something the public schools of Lexington, a HUSKIES THAT FIT 3.98 '
to see. I see it a lot YOU CAN SAVE 0 WAYS Mxss 5.99 to 8.99 ,.
aide to '
here at BILL PHILLIPS FORD. Bahner will be chief These : ,
Why don't you come In this ** Dr. Joe Hall who has been k Compare
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On Auto Insurance
week and try a new Ford, for superintendent' of public : e 3.99 VALUES i
a change I I. NEW LOW RATES schools In Florida's most jxmu a 3 PEGGY GEE 99 ,j '
It's tough to eonrtnee per. 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS lotus county for the past eight!! w PATTY GREEN Continentals 2 r
bas to drive better when 8 out 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE vears. The Dade School Board r ho COTTON CITYTran.ition Ivy Styles :" ','
of 10 say they are better than has acclaimed his choice of as.
ether drivers Tough to con. Slstants and the remarkable< y ;1 Colon ("
WASH AND
race people like you and me' VeJ adaAGENCY orogress he has made In correlating DACRON BLENDS, nJ
flirt accident happen to people school administrative ar WEAR COTTONS W v. C i
Me you and me. Hard to get services more' closely Bahner 349449r ,r!''
w to use car safety devices I will hold the position of Instruc GOOD COLOR CHOICE ,I
such 116 W. Venice Avenue supervisor. ;
as seat belts, head rests, tlon
padded dash etc. But it's Im .-flb Telephonel48B-2ZfJe; Reg. Slims Huskies
portant so we'll keep trying! .,j In spite of political unrest 99
increasing numbers of tourl.tllare 5 Sires 6 to 1 18

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80 SQUARE PRINTS ,1

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2 yds. 1 100 MANHATTANTRUVAL i

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; 41ttt BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS New Blouses Full Cut 1 1. / AND FASHION COLLAR
sLM Prints INTENDED FOR 1.99 SALE ,,
FOR YOUNG MEN
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o. ON CANVAS FOOTWEAR WE'RES FRUITS 3 or 2.05

FLATS & WEDGES !J PASSING THE SAVING ON TO YOUI 'Q 321038 HANES 3 for 2.95 ft

valuMfo5.99 Blue denIm, plaIds, white m a r.


2 97 THESE ARE CURRENT STYLES &2.69BEAU'S green Meeker. 0 New Fall Goods Pouring Into Every Dept.WE .


AND ARE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK INVITE YOU TO SHOP USWE BELIEVE YOU'LL ENJOY IT ; ,

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GONDOLIER, Yenic.; Fla, Th'urs7ay, Augu120, 1964
I'' ._ -|- >4//// Those ThunderstormsWe're wa




for I Having- : Here's Why


Thunderstorms such as the phere. The dark clouds, or the two conditions II that clears a

Venice area has experienced In thunderheads, sometimes extend I thunderstorm within several generally hours, while a I
recent weeks are as common to 5,000 feet upwards. At causes an
Florida as sand and saw this height, the water droplets I, low-pressure area extended
for per.
grace. They not only drenchthe freeze and occasionally faU to overcast sky .
of time. r.
ground and help keep lake the ground as hall. lode
full, but also cool off hot, stifl Lightning and of course,
at the tog summer days with natural thunder accompany all thun r
air-conditioning.' derstorms. Lightning la a glgantio Bl
Since Florida 1 Is a breeding; electrical spark jump-
ground for' thunderstorms, I ing between concentrated w
VENICE SHOPPING CENTER many residents probably areas of positive and negative
wonder what causes the sudden charges. Thunder Is the rapid
clouding and downpour of rain expansion of air which Is heat.
that can soak them before they bolt cuts
ed as a lightning BANKHERE
,- Today, FIt and Sat., Aug. 20,21,22WOOLWORTH'S have brella.a chance to open an urn through the thunderstorms atmosphere.Most take

Keith Butson! tate cllmatologlst place on summer afternoons ?
with the Florida Agricultural when the earth's surface has . .
w f;/ *s \i *nrf \
i Experiment Station, says warmed up. After the sun sets,
GO TO THE'HEAD" that thunderstorms are a product storm chances diminish be '
l of your class! of heat and moist air. cause of a lack of sufficient ? /
: They occur most frequently heat to convey air upwards.The .
t r wit luring the months of June seasonal life of summer
through September. thunderstorms usually ends in Checking
Complete Permanent Wave ButsM explains that as the the early part of September for Because our -
500 COUNT sun heats up the earth during most of Florida, while the per
the early part of the day, hot iod lingers on Into October '
i' moist air rises in columns to around the lower east coast. Accounts save you a lot
'
LOOSE LEAF LINED PAPER $6.50CENTER form clouds at elevations of! I During this time of year, the
about 3,000 to 8,000 feet. This
sun starts to travel southward
I. known as convection. Their for' the winter and generates A Checking Account here not only enhances
I' is usually heavilyladenwith less heat at the earth's surface
I REG.77c; BEAUTY SALON moisture drawn up from Butson points out that Florida your personal prestige,but also can save you
the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic -
thunder
averages more lot of time effort and travell You can all
Ph. 488.3674 Ocean. storm days than any other a pay

.I ::1 I tools The, and rising begins moist to air reach quickly what closely state ,'To the pinpoint highest number it more of bills, even make purchases, by mail...from i
I. called the "dew point. The
;N i GIRLS' DRESSES WHEEL BALANCE "dew point" is the degree of stirred storms up in In the the country westcentralpart are anywhere,in any weather.Also,your Checking -

;1{ I PASTELS. SLEEVELESS* 4 to 14 ft SLEEVES before coolness water humid vapor air must will reach condense quency of the Is largely peninsula.because This fre-of Account here will give you a handy,run

into liquid. Water beadsor moist winds sweeping off the record of expenditures (check stubs)
ning
Reduced 25% $1.49 "sweat" appearing on the surrounding bodies of water.

\ GIRLS' PANTIES side Iced drink of a is glass an example containing of this an temporarily For Inconvenience Inflict, they thunderstorms may- and automatic receipts (cancelled checks);

RAYONS, COTTONS phenomenon.So keep the state wetter of
INCLUDING WEIGHTS eliminate the necessity and risk carrying
is
when the dew point
Sin 6 to 14 and cooler than it would be

39c value 4 for $1.00 small reached droplets., water These condenses droplets into otherwise.iverage for The the yearly Sunshine rainfall StateIs large amounts of cash.You should have one!

GULF GARDEN -similar to those seen in fog- about 52 Inches, and after I
cloud. If the
form a cooling
I e continues, the water droplets noon about thundershowers eight Inches accountfor AND..,this Is only! Dna of the many services so y
AUTO in size and fall as rain per
CENTER grow
mmmmm'B month from June to Septem-
when they become too heavy conveniently available under one roof here!
to remain suspended aloft. ler.Thunderstorms
do not bring
: The climatologist notes the all hot weather. rainfall to Flor- VENICE-NOKOMIS\ BANK
water present in air, the
more ida.
Some Is created bv low
higher the dew point
pressure areas, which slide in 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE
Inside cloud formed by con-
( a
rction, several things are hap- rrom sea. However, low pressure -
? TRANSISTORRADIO PERMANENT Den In,. Air Is still ascending longed areas, drizzling which weather brew up pro-are JV1L*

In drafts and carrying water sually deflected from the state @ VENICE, FLORIDA
WlEf?*
$7.88 droplets higher into the atmos-
FLOWERS & FOLIAGE bv the recalling force of the
\ j Bermuda High pressure area *
The Bermuda High sits In 'he
I HAIRDRYER Conner Tightens Atlantic east of the peninsula.A "Samora Co un''', OMeif! tank"
: by EISS'VENICE I visible difference between

$$12.88De Rules On MilkTALLAHASSEE

A three-
-
SHOPPING CENTER point program for tightening
Sear unitary requirements on fluid Join the smart car
PHONE 488-4874 VENICE, FLORIDA milk to assure Florida eon sum.en -
of year 'round adequate
supplies flf fresh, wholesome

Commissioner milk was announced Doyle Conner today by buyers who made

Formulation of the program
TROUSERS THE VENICE AREA'S MOST follows a recent publiC hearing
called by Conner at which tertimony the number
CLEANED & was given by Florida one
PRESSED CONVENIENT AND MODERN reducers and distributors
public health officials, and
3 S1.55 some representatives of out- f.
pr. LAUNDRAMATWhiteaker's state milk interest. seller the numberone
Conner said the new program
3-DAY SERVICEWOLFER'S Includes:

, J I Koin Kleen maximum. Lowering bacteria the count permitted levela buy!!!

to 100,000 for milk at pro-
ducers' farms, and 200.000 for

ONE HOUR "MARTINIZING" Open 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week to milk pasteurization In distributor plant prior

Inspections at point of origIn Chevrolet has always been a favorite car.Now
t on milk Imported from other it's more In favor than ever!Just drop by your
states. An answer to the Chevrolet dealer's to see why.Look at his wide
question of authority for these assortment of brand-new Chevrolets,Chevelles,
inspections now watts on an Chevy Il's and Corvairs. Pick the
S&H GREEN 3 CAN one you want-
AMPS L.D opinion. from the Attorney General then join all those smart buyers who got a
Ii number one deal on the number one seller.But
Stricter at Florida
Inspections -
,I I CriscoPUBLIX don't wait too long;there are a lot of other smart
dairy farms and distribution buyers around I
plants.
SINCE. i l Ot "Tighter sanitary requirements -
r
are necessary," Conner
t 49ci1EEN said, "because of in Increase
in' the volume of high bacteria
: i j shipments found since surplus

STAMPSThe milk from other states has Chevrolet
/wpofc Sport Court
been moving more freely into i
i i Florida. Our sanitary and

i quality the highest standard In the nation are among" .....



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ADJUSTABLE RAZOR, STAINLESS STEEL BLADES

AND SUNUP AFTER SHAVE LOTION


i SALE REDUCTIONS FROM all for $1.47
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Colleges; Teens Want Own Way For TALLAHASSEE Road Safety- FlorldaV


GIL1tERTeeideat career is out of date. soaring highway accident statistics .
BCGENE Gilbert Youth At least, that's have brought the state's
t. what the
Iteieirch, (De. young people themselves insurance commissioner, its. MARKRTS 1
say.
: I insurance industry, and hundreds ;
Father, with More than 84
image of per cent of thethousand of interested citizens In HEYh
CdUU F, dictating to his and more boys andgirls to a powerful team designed to
Vie choice of college or we questioned recentlyg0j1OWNER' fight for traffic safety
State Treasurer and Insurance
Commissioner J. Edwin .
S INSURANCE ? Larson directs the recently reorganized
and Incorporated h
Citizens Advisory Committeeon

You bet! amian Highway Hugh Safety Lalor, as with president Mi- KIDS I

the board.; Larson as chairman of

Call me today for The Citizens group has functioned
unincorporated since r
the Personal Touch 1958, but the newly-designed
unit promises to be the most
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of Tailored Protection powerful safety organization in '
Florida, possibly in the South

eastern The Citizens United States.Advisory Com

mittee works with the Legis- register : 'H
lature to produce better highway
rl safety laws.It .
conducts surveys, holds
workshops and hearings, then
offers Its findings to the Legis

lature.Lawmakers hold high regardfor AT PUBLIX
the Citizens Advisory Committee -
for its history shows
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ida's widely-copied driver education -
said their fathers had givenno Father Trusts Them program financed by a
indication they wanted to Sharon Gulledge\ IS, of small addition to the chargefor
,, L 4f name the colleges for them. Evansville\ Ind., was lure she drivers' licenses; a uniform
Even in the minority group knew why her father hadn't traffic signs and signals law,
where the fathers expressed offered any advice on which an increase In the size of the T0WINA
preferences, no great difficulties college she should attend after Florida Highway Patrol, and
appeared likely. Because graduating from high school. tighter laws governing Juve
68 percent of the teenagerssaid "Because," she said, "what nile traffic offenders
they agreed with father's ever makes me happy makes And, right now, the commit-
ROSS DURANT choice. And many who did not him happy" tee's new Executive Director, ,
agree were of the opinion A 17-year-old girl from Pete Guarlsco, Is outlining
416 Mahon Dr. they'd abide by his Judgment Bloomington, 111., Jeanne bills suggested by the Legislative '
when the time came. Brown, said of her father: "He Council's committee on 1f 1 1f3DELUXE
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VenIce Ph. 488.2441pIi77flZi2P4 feels I have good judgment" traffic safety aimed at a pos
Venice, Florida' Linda Bartells, 14, of Kalamazoo sible compromise motor ve- I
DEPENDABLE Mich., is a few years away hicle inspection law, among
from college but made this other things. BIKEs
: DRY WALL forecast: "He probably will\
SERVICE I leave the choice up to me and Turnpike Tolls
; agree with what I choose." A
r-c. W. Curwood 488.1330- similar prediction came from Almost DoubledFORT =
15-year-old Carol Marion of
Lbs Altos, Calif., "I am sure LAUDERDALE FNS) s1j
NOW OPEN IN NOKOMIS! my father will respect my. Daily cash tolls on the 265-
judgment in choosing a college.He mile Florida Turnpike averaged .
ON BEAUTIFUL NEW 4-LANED may advise me one way or $34,613 during July, or almost '
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the other, but the final decision twice the 17,710 daily
U.S. 41 DONNA BAY most likely will be mine." take in July of 1963.
on Although only 18, Randolph John R. Phillips, Turnpike
Sablich of Seaford, N. Y., has Authority Chairman, said turn-
already decided that his choice pike performance during the
G & I SERVICE will be among Harvard, first seven months of 1964 indicates
Massachusetts Institute of total annual earningsof
Technology and Pratt Institute.He $14 million, more than a
added that his father "feels million dollars above the earnings
that any of these colleges are estimate made in 1961."
of good quality."
I' Similar Pattern of Careen father
Shakespeare's was
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Charles McCrary, 15, of one of Stratford-upon-Avon's +
Kenai, Alaska, plans a military leading citizens. ;.
career and said he and
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Those whose fathers made
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Mary Waterhouse, 15, of Milwaukee Those Who Think Young" ,
Regular and Premium Gasolines q put it simply: "I trust Sunday thru Tuesday

MARATHON & QUAKER STATE OIL my Arlene father's Bassuh judgment., 18, of" Brook.So did "The New Inteml"ComIng a ik" ,

Come In & Get Acquainted & Lyn N. Y.: "My father's reasoning Wednesday
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18-year-old Kathy Delaney of e re r
LARRY GARDNER OPENINGIHARVEY LOSEY FeasteviHe, Pa., "I couldn't
WATCH FOR OUR GRAND have chosen a better one." Drive-In a ,
Paula Dubin, 18, of Chicopee -
Mass., also trusted herfather's Today thru Saturday REGISTER AT ANY PUBLIX MARKET BEFORE' '
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point. She explained: and 3 P.M. SEPTEMBER 8. NOTHING TO BUYI .
"At first we were in agreement "Dark Purpo.." \ ,
on my attending one of
two colleges. But suddenly he and Prize drawing at each Publix 4:00 P.M., September 8th. .f.
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jected like boys the, Idea BO naturally" I re- Sunday thru Tuesday notified and may choose a girl's or boy's 26 Inch model. ' ,:

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cent of the young people said and Each Publix Market will give away a bicycle.' '
their fathers had "Son Like It Hot"
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I .1 I !. GONDOLIER Venice. FU. TWiifey.! : ./ugult 20, 1964 basking* In the sun. r Cutler Names Cobb Volk
[, P- 1&" The Hobby Club meets every Rep
i Wednesday morning at 9:30 at A .
the Community Center to exchange ) I IL e aI lllV Cutler Motors of Sarasota, during the three years, 1957 to
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N P C Club NotesBy Ideas and work on r In expanding the territory of 1000 he was stationed in Key
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their favorite hobby the only Volkswagen dealershipin West as a Submarine Torpedo.
-0- Sarasota County, have as- man 2nd class. The big attraction
MARGUERITE PETERSONr All residents who are eligibleto signed Truman Cobb of 401 VJ- was not only the charm of
IP.The vote and have not registered t las Drive, as their Venice area the Venice community but also
North Port Charlottes Safeboatlng and an interesting work on the homefront and the
are urged to do so next Tues representative Cobb Joined a Patricia Gillies, now Mrs
: |Boat dub meets tonight at 7:30 has been planned for .
program field. The
foreign
:1 group enjoyed this Truman Cobb. Patricia
l at the the day, Aug. 25, when the county Cutler Motors In July of ta the
| Community Center All meeting lunch and
together worked registrar will be at City Hall. year. daughter of Jack Gillies who I.I
I j fifcew boat
owners urged to
are -0- on Into the afternoon. Plans at the
employed Venice
This is your opportunity to Truman who Is a sports car Post
C attend. Members of the club The Civic Association's boardof made to
were meet again next have
register here In the city if his know Ofic They a three.
you
have enthusiast, acquired
? been lectures on directors will meet this
hearing
I \ Tuesday to finish one project. have been a resident of the ledge of foreign cars In his year-old son . his father'snamesake
morning at 9:30: at the Community Those attending were Margaret .
state for one year and lived In native Detroit where he was a
Center for their
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regular Painter Pat Painter. Marie
W
I'' the County for six months. See salesman dealing with such
meeting.
Churchill, Edith Viola -
Peterson
., I II The next meeting will be Peterson, Leona McKibben, you at the polls I Imports as Volkeswagens, Tri-
n MOVED Wednesday Aug 28, at 7:30: p. Violet Carpenter' Hulda Blend, umps, MG', Jaguars, Volvo OJ1 iif.5iii.
m at the Community Center Marge Topping. Doll Clnunch, Over $2lfillionSoent k1 Pkr and Fiats
I familiar with the Venice
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Mr Carl Is President He
GULF Meyer Mrs Search, Florence Rauch, ai
and aU the residents to On PrimaryFor c d area having visited here
TAILORSFROM urges Mrs Burnham, Alice Au and .- THAT OLD HOT WATER
attend. Mrs James Kelly A HEATER
Governor THROUGHREPLACE -
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THE ARCADEto -
THE OLD
The ladies of the First Presbyterian Members of the Greater TALLAHASSEE (FNS-Tom) WALKON OWE WITH ANEW
Church gathered at Pittsburgh Club gathered early Adams, Secretary of State, reported t
231 W. MIAMI the church last Tuesday morn for their covered dish dinner the six Democratic and '
AVENUE ing for their Work Circle. Several held prior to the regular meet. three Republican candidatesfor aAd v
projects are under wav to Ing last week at the Community governor spent $2,671.268
Just Welt of Rawlei aid the missionaries In their Center during the two primary campaigner e EFT
The next covered dish dinner Jacksonville's Mayor + S wrI .
; will be held on Thursday, Sept Haydon Burns, the Democratic y
4 at 8 p.m. followed by the I primary winner, topped: the list '
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES regular business meeting, after with $750,332, and he will spend I FACIac aeCK I.MxM.'w.
which the group will play cards more money. the November b.
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY and games general elections approach ,'. TRAFFICwINNR
TRADITIONAL The club holds a dance each
third Saturday of the month at
., Let in style your favorite rate 7:30: p.m. at the Community Youths Admit
\ or ceramic Into beautiful l lamps. Center. All members are urgedto Osprey Theft xM AA tlAWie' felt,',
come and bring their posit CONTin
Rewiring' s Restyling fiends Interesting programsare OSPREY-Two Juvenile boys R,N Nr
All Lamp Rtpamork planned and there will be were nabbed by Deputy, Sheriff

by Eipertencad: Designer end prizes and refreshments Dick Curry following a break _
4 Craftsmen - In Wednesday night at Wheel- I
Members of the Hobby Club er's Fruit Store here.
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. of North Port Charlotte held a The sheriff's department saId '
,, picnic last Wednesday at Warm the youths admitted the burglary tI o//
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA Mineral Springs where the and were turned''' over 1 to S
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PRETTY AS A PICTURE Lovely Gail Danzig is just as
bright and pretty as the beautiful varieties of hibiscus in full
bloom at Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg. Gail is a Juniorat
Florida State University where she is studying art. The
vivacious brunette is 20 years old, has blue eyes and weighs
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I Mr. Charles Worstall, Com- co, who are now in their new
t mander of Barracks No. 764 home in Port Charlotte. Ex-
r Venice Area WWI Veterans, Nokomis neighbors wish luck
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has been hospitalized the past I and good health Chris and
& _ t & week after surgery at Venice Kimba in their new home. your whole house
Hospital. He is rapidly recovering -
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t j b return home We missed him Smokey Says with : irt '
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and will look forward to seeing ( ill :
him at out next meeting a CRUSH OUT

month away.-0- YOUR FOLKS SMOKES, t for less 'than the

Mrs. Walter Melsenbach of
I Jay Point, Nokomis, has returned 1 cost of room units
from her extended trip.
to Europe with glowing accounts -
of the things she saw
She said the most Impressivewas 111
an all-day visit to St 1 t AIRITE ENGINEERING INC
Peter's Basilica In Rome. That
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I She brought home a collection a Service, Engineering
of most unusual pictures.She .
7+ A should give a lecture and I You
don't need a tail to put
show the color slides of the out a cigarette! 500 Base Aye, Venice Ph. 488-2373
highlights. For me, I would
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like to see the ones of Ireland
and see the changes since I
visited there 50 years ago. Per-
haps she can be persuaded to II
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