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 24, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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How Shakit ('Shake It') Creek Got Its Name

tr W. EARL AUMANNIt There Is a story of the early but the stubborn mules refusedto Knight's
was late in 1916 and the 30 Knight family that "oldtlmers" -. : -- --.--- budge, Thereafter "
families living In the In Venice like to tell. I first < '. known "
more as
or heard It Finally in desperation Knight
were jubilant. from former Fire
Venice area to his oldest son; "Bill, remembrance
Chief J. yelled
Dewey Stephens.
had paved road ": of
They now a in that second cart are some shaking a
from Sarasota to Venice ai It seems a part-time Methodist dried deer hides. You know As far as
Well as a railroad.It minister and cattleralser, ;:;I' l they make a wicked crackling cerned ; i
wee only a nine-foot sand Jesse Knight, wanted more N noise when you handle them. were
comparatively buetrnoothwaroad land than he could afford to ,.. :.: "Get one of those hides and north and south
buy In Georgia and headed for x stand behind these critters and of the world.
end there were bridges over Florida, finally landing in whatIs then take the hide and sort of
the creeks and bays. now Nokomis in 1868. shake it." Back in those
previously there existed only :tr'J" tomobiles were
send "trail" from Sarasotato When he and his large family '" Bill quickly got the Idea and, carriages, the
s Venice that zigzagged, and came to a broad creek, near selecting one of the biggest named the
through slash pin and the head of Dona Bay, which hides, he stood behind the Florida "wish 1
and dodged the deep- they had to ford, the mules mules and with all his strength They were not
palmettos of PhillippL Creek as pulling the lead buggy of the shook it. The shaking sounded ous. They
est part low Knight caravan of eight cover- like exploding firecrackers.The pression to '
well es many marshy ed wagons drawn by oxen, and j r'I) In
A' result was immediate, were.
PlacMThere were no bridges and three buggies drawn by mules, and the frightened mules leaped roads were {
all creeks and bayous had to refused to budge forward through the splashing sandy trails In
be forded and often, when the Knight tried all the old 1 water followed by several pair of deep
water was high more than one tricks, including holding ears other teams. Two of the buggies getting stuck in
early settler got dunked while of corn in front of them, twisting -- and one of the oxcarts travelers "
crossing! a swollen stream. their tails and using whips, Causeway and bridge show route of old road across Roberts Bay at Hatchet Creek turned over and a lot of (Continued
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Serving the Faifett, Growing Area on Florida West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, EngTewoo'd, North" Port Charlotte .


v Erosion Issue In 1, ; I IA

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a Venice Area Beach Eros- unless a solid majority of free. he would have to seek an Interpretation I tion has to be held" Nelson visor, r; ,\/
ion District definitely will not holders in the proposed district of the law on : .
be created by resolution, County demand more immediate action whether a referendum is man I' said.The law allowing creation of hearin
aepp. y' Commissioners said Thursday datory. such erosion districts was est ."' ,y.
.i ..tfa following a public hearingat County Attorney Richard Nelson "Before 1963 it was mandatory amended by the 1963 Florida with n,:,; '.
Venice City Hall. in answer to a query from to hold an election, but Legislature. ;f'
And they indicated that nelth. I the audience of approximately since it was changed I'm not I George Edmondson, a member groin.
er Is it positive the proposalever 40 persons at the hearing, said clear whether or not an elec. of the county's Erosion Ad. The
will come to a referendumvote gations V,
of the freeholders. were
Commissioners Johnson War- T,7riw; ----1 tor C. School.'r \
4... ren, acting chairman for the asked, 4
r4 AYr publlo heariD4-.mtM..eouncil .. - tie-in x 1
Y r chambers, and Masel C. Hus m t rL groins .! ,
ton said neither they nor Com would

.. missioner Boyd R. Gemhard
will agree to create the districtby Pr .
resolution. ; port.
Referendum Favored
f r the .'
Warren said the three commissioners
.. ;i. who constitute a Filson, ''It
majority of the fivememberboard A
(Gocdollw. photo br CUrbi' Koch)
have discussed the matter
OTO IT CAME I-Frlday's downpour which plowing hubcap nigh through the water, and all agree it should, if .
luied thi Venice area with more than two creates a wake and ripples like a boat putt- created at all, be done by referendum i% .
Aes of rainfall around noon turned the putting along. Friday's 2.15 inches of rainfall .
miaml Trail at Miami Avenue into a veritWe accounted for just under half of the entire Indications are, however, 1n mittee t fIt'from
lake, with nearly a foot of water. Truck, August total of 4 55 Inches. that the issue may be tabled David

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//usie, Evicted Pooch, Finds Home on about The a < '.1 1 1er

A South
8 J CHARLES A. KOCH lode of inactivity. Should Susie ment following a recent story' in Cleveland, Ohio. I A\
get homesick and pay a visit in The GONDOLIER about the Hotel 'Greeter'By gtee.eeatg; out I \
""we, the friendly mongrelscot back to her old hangout, Billy I closing of the historic landmark this time, the friendly I County Commission hears protests on proposed Venice Area Erosion District (
' at the Gulfbreeze Ho- and Don will know just whereto canine had the run of the place ,>
hu found a new home. look for her. I The brown dog of uncertain and was adopted by the man-
'* will' become the pet of A local couple whose pet box ancestry had been the pet of agement. She would meet the List Your ClubWithCofCNow Garrett Lemon I I
'"old at the front entrance Bay
Billy Welch of Now er recently died also had displayed hotel guests since she first guests ,
! who feels he can sub- an interest in adopting I wandered into the Gulfbreeze and escort them to the registry !
loving care and kind- about five and made desk.
Susie, but couldn't quite bring I years ago
S for tht void left In Susie's themselves to be the ones to : friends with a brother of Mrs At the desk, the Inquisitivedog All area clubs and organi ENGLEWOOD- Lemon Bay been improved considerably grade
> the would stand up on her hind nations Elementary School which serv. through extensive landscaping.Two ;
closing of her home take her away from her regular George Zicheck, the hotel's are requested to report
:* past five years. haunt owner. legs with her paws on the desk their officers, meeting es the Charlotte County partof portable classrooms have Gary ; .
s*, that Isn't enough, BII.'constant Many Inquiries Since the brother was only while the newcomer register places and times to Venice Englewood and South Beach, been added for music instruc social
companion, Don Numerous inquiries about visiting the Zichecks for a short ed.Susie Area Chamber of Commerce tion.Lemon ;
'One, also of Nokomis, will Susie's future welfare were received time, he had to part with Susie loved to ride In cars Immediately, anticipates 235 students. Registration Bay has a new principal .
around to and once accidently fell out a was in progress this James L. Garrett whois p I
relieve any per- by the hotel manage- when he returned to his home A compilation of these o,. ,
- window, breaking her leg. will be Issued by Sept. 1 as week with school to open on from Punta Gorda. He succeeds and I : '
Benefactors took her to a veterinarian a club directory which Is Aug. 31. Miss Venita Hubbardwho math
who set the fracture used for reference and Is Lemon Bay School has taken a teaching post I
and applied a cast. sent to persons making In. hi Los Angeles. High: ;
For the next several weeks, queries about the area Lemon Bay Elementary Faculty members are Mrs. Mrs. ;
Continued 2)) School which serves the Char Mrs.
( on page Agnes Grimes, first grade;
1 lotte County part of Englewoodand Mrs. Flossie Cline (nee Stelne), rian.Mrs.
South Beach, anticipates second grade; Charles Martin- ,,
School RegistrationsTo 235 students. Registration was dale, third grade; Mrs. Matilda s c h 0
in progress this week with Trench, fourth grade; Mrs. '
school to open on Aug. 31. Frances Manning fifth grade; clude '
The school grounds have and George Rozelle, sixth and ,

Start This Weekrolled. > ,w.riiJ1';

" ,. :. '' : .:
: ; .
Registration! for all element. !.. '\. .. .. .". ..
ary school pupils in the first At Venice Junior High, any '. ,
through sixth grades at the student entering seventh grade ;':4. .. .
Venice Nokomis Englewood who missed the spring registration h "1.1 ,
conducted at the three ,
elementary schools will be held
Sept. 2-3 from 9 a.m. to noon feeder schools must register. ;Jy: ; ::
and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Birth certificate, proof of residence .;: .
Students entering Venice in Sarasota County and 'J'4
Junior High and Venice High report cards should be taken '. -
Schools for the first time must by students entering VJHS for "' '
HYI ?w wY wYRty register'Aug. 27 through Sept. the first time. : :
4. Registration times at junior VJHS Principal Guy Rose ,
high will be from 9 a.m. to said the $3 registration fee and ;
noon snd from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., $1.75 lunch money will be collected -
except the first day when enrollment on the first day of oJ VM
will begin at 10 a.m. school Sept. 8. Rose also said t. ,
High school registration will schedule cards will not be mail ,
be handled from 8 a.m. straight ed this year and noted that '
through p.m., Including the home room lists will be postedat "';
lunch hour from noon to 1 p.m. the junior high office and on ; ::>. ,
All elementary pupils must the doors of the home rooms. -. ,-;_ . t' .
register at the schools they will Only new students entering
attend. parents of first graders Venice High School for the first I ( ) .
are asked to take theirchild' time are required to register LEMON BAY SCHOOL In Englewood will to right), Principal
; IB: or THlC GULFBREEZE has Susie has found a new muter In Billy Welch, birth certificate or other there.No. have a flew principal and two new teachersfor Barbara Lossone (Jr. i
disheartened the bbeen shown at right. Billy and his buddy, Don Ba- proof of birth, physical examination junior or senior high i' the coming year. Some 235 students have Ed.), and Gary 9
last few days I ( !:
for the term which starts Jr. Hi.). Eland had
: the lone both live in Nokomis, record and $3 rell"U'aUOG students will be registered on already registered
the closing of ,
l hnt.i. Faced wim ndlng victlon, as it were. fee tot each child an-< the opening day of school AUNt 31, New faculty members are: (left glewood Elementary

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The GONDOLIER. Venice: Ha. Monday ;ilugpd
]1AilV.a: : Teen Haven r' 24, I II
I Erosion 'Issue In [DoubtContinued *

Gift List GrowsSeveral I Susie The PoochContinued 1

1 ( from page 1)) city had sanctioned setting up Mahoi, Mayor Smyth D. Bra merchandise prizes
such a district, as implied by hard Jack )Lnhart and Dr
ing that the
) commission was certificates for the from 1)) accompany her back
; Edmondson and pointed out John H. Hogiui. and gift ( page to!be
lic required by law to hold a pub that city officials had merely A majority of the personspoke new Miss Teen Haven have much extra attention tel. keeping wary eYe 011
( hearing upon petitions from Susie drew flc when
; 10 per cent of the freeholders asked the county commissionto out In protest of the district been lined up by Mrs Bertha and additional pats on. the So It seems crossing that the althouT
within the proposed district. Implement a public hearing"to fir> one reason,or another. Drew Reynolds Teen Haven head as she limped about the future of the GulfbrettT
get the feeling of the public Must If not all those opposed I
for j
i And several times he called youth center director. hotel premises. a little uncertain: Susl.1"provided
on It"Residents called a l
upon County Attorney Nelsonto the cast was' removedand for CV''
of The contest to select a teenage after her
: of the district who study the problem. ,
clarify for the she was pronounced well 1'1'
audience the offered their points of view or Only one man Gibbs, spokeIn girl! as Miss Teen Haven would begin limping Just by being herself.."
provisions of the 1963 Susie best friend.
{ asked for clarification at the flier of the proposed district
act.Huston. will highlight the grand reopenIng at the approach of a guest
public hearing Included Mrs ,1' h 0 u t reservations
) I brought out during George W, Fllson, J. L. (Count) Oibbs already has an Installation of the airport youth centeron and then pause for the expected INSULT TO iNJlRvPADUCAH.
[ the hearing that the Saturday Sept 5, for the expression of sympathy. .
county Cornwell Alfred Buereau O ml the Budd groins at his not a KyAPl( )
I commission has been considering I... Mahon George H. OibbsJr Tarpon Center beach near the fall and winter season. Although Susie was she seemedto Tears cam to the tyL
I asking the U S. Army ., Finn W. Caspersen, George south jetty. He told commissioner The prizes Include dinner for "Seeing Eye" dog affliction and few retired railroad ones y
; Corps of Engineers to make a Higel the Rev. R R Lloyd, there has been considerable the winner and her recognize an attention to I Old 1518, an Illinois |< ; I feasibility survey of erosion Carlton Hurt, Robert Young, buildup of sand since the three gave her special special Railroad steam loconZ
( ; control on a countywide basis parents at Gyro's Venetian the handicapped. A was retired to
installed. Berkley
C. C. (Chips) Johnson Robert groins were p?
: : I : He said the county was told the I Moon; two bowling tickets good case waft Mis Amy eld.rltand Adding chagrin with the j fa
cost of such a survey would Insncction Set Legion' Auxiliary for three games each at Cyro'sVenetian nearly blind. that a diesel engine puiU
: run about 136000. Bowl; a $7,80 gift certificate The dog seemed to sense to the park.
Warren first called upon Ed- By School BoardThe Will Meet Tonight from Beall's Depart that here was someone who
ment Store; a $' gift certificate needed assistance and she
I ; audience mondson the to outline findings for of the the Sarasota County:! School Transfers and 'new applications from Batch's Shoe Store; a $5 would accompany the senior I LOST!
committee. The former state Board will make its official Inspection will be taken at the first gift certificate; from LUlIan's.and. guest on regular visits down I
Red I book "Oil
Well WI
representative related pert! of new school construction regulii meeting of the fall sea. a $10 gift certificate from West Venice Avenue to the app
nent facts and figures gatheredby In the South County son o?! No-Vel Unit ISO American the Hazel D Shop. drug store. She would walk at I Handbook. REWARD!
: the committee concludingwith following Thursday's receptionfor Legion Auxiliary today at Entry blanks for the contest the side of the elderly lady I BILL CARROLL
r the report that the committee new, teachers at the Venice''' 8 p.m. at Legion Hall;( are available at Dick and wait at the door while Miss | 1001 taquna Dr. V.iCl,
felt it would be to the High School cafeteria. Members are reminded by Meadows Pharmacy downtown Amy made her purchases and
VHS Llggett's Drug Store In
Principal John E. Davis
advantage of the county and Mrs. H. P. Kuykendall membership
said the Board of the Venice Shopping Center,
district if it could be formed by Public Instruction chairman, that due
:, resolution. will begin its inspection Dog'n'Suds and the A&W drive- DAVIS VINYL CRETE
tour at 10 a m. by lookingover are now payable. ins, Anne K Beauty Salon and
1 \, I Edmondson pointed out that the two new! buildings at Visiting Legion Auxiliary First Federal Savings It Loan Let vi spray paint' your residence; : or commercial, : 6uildi"
\ h Ii passage by resolution would the high school From there, members are welcome officerssaid Asan. will o VINYL CRETE point that will? mart/ the LIFE TIME OF)
enable earlier start : and social hour will fol.
i on era the board will inspect the new a Judges for the contest will
I sion control, with the additional Junior high and elementary additions low the meeting. Those attend. be Mayor and Mrs Smyth D. THE STRUCTURE!
: advantage that Sarasota County and then go to Nokomis ing are requested to bring a Brohard County Judge and EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS
I would be the first county in For a look at the new construction white elephant" for names. Mrs, John D Graham and the
the state to create such a district there. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Dink. NO JOB TOO SMALLWe
I'I: : and would benefit Im- Davis said approximately Drain chilled canned pears Ins of Grace Methodist Church. offer the um sfffWocfory service/ 01 we did, wbil. II.
,; I ; measurably from the attendant teachers business and professional and serve with a thin chocolate Eligible to enter are all girlsIn the roofing business//
publicity. leaders from the Venice. custard: sauce. Quick II'I'Idgood I the South County area from LESTER DAVIS OWNERP.
: Council President E. S. (Bill) Nokomls-Englewood area are Osprey to North Port Charlotteand
) Raymond was the next to I expected to be on hand to meet CLASSIFIED IS FOR Englewood who are enrolled O. Box 333 Nokomis Ph 48MIH;
1 speak asking whether it mightnot the new faculty members the YOU in the seventh through
be better to restrict the district five schools of the South Coun IF YOU RUT SELL 11th grades at Venice Junior
to the city "since 70 per tyCoffee HIRE OR RENT. and senior high schools
cent or more of the proposed and doughnuts at the
district lies within the citv of Sam. reception will be NOTICE OF CALL FOR SEALEDBIDSAUTOMOBILES
Venice" vided and served by the pro-I
), r Raymond also denied that the Auxiliary Shakit CreekContinued I

( from none at all and the bonds were
T page 1))
FLORIDA/ BALLET ART SCHOOL hadn't taken that road. again approved Jan 11, 1910. The Board of Public Instruction of Sarasota County,
Finally in 1914 A. B Edwards The county commissioners Florida will received: sealed bids for two ((2)) .new, t
Principal: JEAN SPEAR, ( MISTD) the man who had "put awarded the contract for construction cylinder 2-door/ sedan up to I II I a. m, Sept. 2, 1944, i
the roalroad through" to Ven- of the nine-foot asphalt the office: of the Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds, 3UO
i i Ice, and other Sarasota progressives roads to the Continental Bahia Vista St., P. O. Box 7540, Senate, Fla. Specificata:
V decided they had Public Works Co., of New and remitfal forms are available at the office: of the Sup*
VENICE waited long enough for Mann- York for $208,668. The contract visor of Buildings end Grounds, 3600 Bahia Vhta St. Sir
tee County to provide an ample for bridges on the Venice road, sofa, Fla. Telephone 955-3301 Sarasota.
road system for them. and also one from the mainland
They Immediately started a to Siesta Key went to
:Registration: Fri., Aug. 28th, 7 to 9 p.m. movement to establish road Luten Bridge Co, of York Pa., '
district of their own and to authorize for $39,850. :
at the STUDIOCORNER t $290,000: bond Issue to The new road went south RUSSELL W. WILEY, Secy.
I build roads to connect Venice, over Osprey Avenue In Sarasota Board of Publio Instructioa:
OF E. VENICE AVE. & VENICE BY-WAY Bee Ridge and Fruitvllle. past Vamo the "gem of Sarasota County FloridaHANDWIREO
Staff: JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AMD/ ) About the same time a numher the bay"; through Osprey
of good road boosters of En. named after a large bird of
glewood started to
Isy:! plans the hawk family that feeds
I for, building a road north to solely on fish; through Eagle
PH. SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR Venice Point where palmettos brush
I . one tn to meet the staff en registration day., lot At that time $250,000 was a ed a car on either side; close
t money the issuance to the'water of.Robett. Bay
ot> bonds meant an Increase In near the west end of what Is
[ [ [ [ [ ? [ BALLET taxes and there was some very now Harbor Lights Trailer ?ffiiiJJ.23
(CeccheHi: Method Imperial Society: of England) stiff opposition. But by pointIng Park and entered Venice In ,
out that the building of what Is today the backyard: of
TAP roads would Increase the valueof Mr and Mrs. Lars Newton at '

: (Beginners to Professionals) agreed all prooerty.with an editorial most people In th nal 212 south Bayshore concrete Circle abutment, The origi-of HANDf'RAE'T :D QI],t LlTY TV

Opening date delayed one week due to locating: studio. Sarasota Times: "If we wait the wooden bridge still stands
I' W. now have temporary studio. until we can afford to Issue there. TV ChassisNO
bonds for roads and bridges PRINTED CIRCUITS
Southward fair road
we will never get them" a ran
through what is now the City of NO PRODUCTION
Bond Issue
On Tuesday March Okayed 18, 1915, Venice past the place where r i r far Operating Oraaur SHORTCUTSI
the good road boosters won a the GONDOLIER building now Dtptmtoblllty (
smashing victory and the $250: ; stands then south through and FawwSmvtce
000 bond Issue what was later the old Venice ProblemsThe
was approvedby
A the voters four to one. In Golf and Country Club and BRADLEY Model. L2735-J
,z DOWNTOWN Sarasota the vote was 98 to 21 what Is presently a part of smartly styled Transitional com
and in Venice seven for and South Venice to the commune In iraliMd Walnut color. inin, l
ity of Englewood which was Blond Walnut. color, grained.
only one Osprey did
even better casting 18 votes platted< In 1896.How.ver. Mahogany Blond Oak color color.or trained

for and none against after World WarI ".......'. Na t Use ",.. pally awIa < 260
ij: VENICE It was proposed to build IS the nine-foot asphalt road Bator 1'110 Name 00.." _. ,_ __
,4 foot roads but before the bonds was extended to Englewood 16-inch PORTABLE ((82 channels) .$140
; were sold It was discovered the But there the road ended and
t $250,000 would be enough to any motorist who proceeded 19-Inch PORTABLE ((82 channels) ..$150

First & Finest Shopping Area meant build only another nine-foot election.roads. That farther But during did so the at his roaring own twenties risk. End of Summer Clearance: Big Money For Your Set

r Despite the fact everyone Sarasota County (yes, by Alpha Music & ApplianceZENITH
wanted the 15-foot road nearlyall that time they had seceded

': ri iJI: rl 8 DAZZLING SPARKLING citizens: agreed that nine- from Manatee County) made SALES & SERVICE FOR "19 YEARS; 0" THfJJRl!
foot roads better than
were up for lost time and $4.800.000
I were spent In less than five

i --A BARGAINS VALUES! $ ALLEN All years were for roads substantially and bridges built, P.48802618, Open 'tlllO .p.81..

QI Convalescent and too.
Nursing Home Then came the big "boom"
I Lt and liter the "bust" and for
t I DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP 24 Plum Hew.Hurting..nlce1'701 Service several years Venice was almost -
a "ghost town" but that'aanother
", The most historic skin cream discovery; BUY YOUR BOWLING SHIRTS NOW story. FOR YOUR

REVLON "ETERNAL 27" erg. 13.95 6-ox. $3.95
: save 4.75....................... $8.50 225 W. Venice Ave. 488-1620

j 231 W. Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical: Center Bldq.
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AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set RingsWatches

Sale Service: Supplies We Repair All Makes Silverware JewelryWatch
end Jeweler Repair
Stuart Merrlck: Owner : H 600 PAIR, Slim & Med. WidthU.S.KEDETTES CAR
I 235 W. Miami Ave 488-2473 W. Venice: Ave. 488-3119



1 I ;; CLOSET AIDS Today and Tomorrow Today and Tomorrow e LADIES' High Medium, Flat Heels Hardtop Coup ................... .. ..,.....

r l f .: DI-GAS DE-MOIST Starts Wednesday \ "IRMA La DEUCE" 1.992396.99GIRL'S 1959 SIMCA $195$

+ THE IEATLES and 4 Door ................. ...,....... ,.,,....
C 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 in "SOME LIKE IT HOT"
GIRL'S SHOES values to 8.99
t.j t. sizes t to 8-81/2 to 12-12'/2' to 3
? / To PATENT, LEATHER 4 Door ................... .. ....e...;.....
i', r VENICE STATIONERS I BLACK OR WHITEMEN'S .......?.....,. 3 99 '1954 CADILLAC $175

A OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES 2 Dood Hardtop .......................... '

248 W. Miami Awe Dial 488.3457 Typewrite Adding Machines: (Mechanically: : Operated) S Values to 1953 BUICK $$85

Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required I0.9S ,4.1.......................... Is9V 2 Door ................. ..................

211 W. Venice Ave "488-6113 1959 AMERICAN $295
i- SALES SERVICE "Values to 1A AC -

v-- l3.95&16.95' ................,... eButch's 2 Door ......a..asa..a.

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Open Til 10 .
'n ..... ....... .* ..* rv KADIO mt SCUBA EQUIPMENT 4 Door, Complete bate and Valve Job ...s..
; w. also I > ....10 warty we n"r r Shoe Store

- --, k't i ,ALPHA MUsTcM& APPLIANCE .-. ? AIR STATION Wolf er Motors Inca

( ...?:"488.2611 ill Venice A.,.. W. Venice: Chef Restaurant N. Trail 209 W.VENICE AVE. 915 S. Trail rh.4M4IM-4.l-W

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Englewood-Lemon Bay News I Jimmy Stewart ,The GOND.OLlEP, Venice j;, ,fo Fl., Monday; .Mugu.' 24,=1964-3- '


Mr end Mr. Joseph Mach. 'Disneyland"' near tot Ange emerald Isle. Narrates CAP t

dark on VenlMta Road were lee As this was on their trip The climate where they were 4sr tI

dinner guest* of Mr. Mach..eek" homeward bound the youngest staying varied from 53 to 100 I

. s brother and wift Mr I granddaughter went back home degrees Film

and h Mr. J ** Machacek in from there by plane and the Mr. Malone has many relatives Training

Coral Cove Sunday. eldest granddaughter, Suzanne in Ireland. Some'' he enJoyed -
- returned with her grandpar- getting to see were born A training film for Civil Air

Mr and MM. Herman 7rHil'tr anti here ** home In Florida sine he has been In the United Patrol cadets, narrated by Hal 1
Just returned\ from a and will vlalt this week, return"Ing States. lywood actor and Brigadier u

three week visit! with their aon home in San Francisco by Mrs. Malone brought back a General James Stewart, was

end wife. Mr. and Mr. Pou-- plane Saturday Suzanne it enjoying lot of things from Ireland such shown at Thuriday'i meetingof

... Feaster and. family In Mo. awlmlmng in the Gulf at voices on tape and a lot of Venice Composite Squadron.

radla. N Y. They enjoyed their while visiting here. Mrs. 1'011 pictures. Mrs. Malone say it The T pm meeting !In the ,.

vacation very much and had states ah* like Florida much was a trip she will never for CAP Ready Room at Venice ;
excellent wear while there better than she does California. get. Airport was opened to the 4

We whole heartedly agree -- public.
Mrs James Dlckson of Palm With her as w*.lived in Call. Mr and Mrs George Dahmof Actor Stewart described the

Point I. visiting relatives in tornla before earning to Flor Manasota Acres returned CAP cadet training program :od 1 I Ia t

MW Jersey and will be gone Ida last Thursday from a long vacation and explained had the CAP h I

(for a few w eka. She will visit -0- of three months. They exchange program promotes 'Rs

her' ion.ln.Uw and daughter, Mrs Elmer Theta of 1916 visited Mr. Dahm't brother and international goodwill. Points 4.w

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Nussbaumind Michigan Ave. la visiting relt.vt wife, Mr. and Mrs. Syl Dahm of Interest in the United States, h .
!near' children in Summer. : in Missouri She will and family In Winona, Minn. England and Europe also was "

tillf, N J.. and her son-in-law! visit her brother-in-law and They also visited Mrs. Dahm't shown as CAP cadets of 21 "
mid dau"hter Mr and Mrs wife Mr. and Mrs Oliver brother-in-law and sister Mr nations visit the U. S. and ?

Cirmen Mango and their two Teetz and family at Gary Summit \ and Mrs. Ed. Klerlin and family American cadets tour Englandand v-Mal' ,

children In Cedar Grove N. J. She then plans to visit relatives in Winona. They Journeyedthen Europe. .
and will The squadron also accept.ed .. .. ; ,
Mr. Dickson ton stay at Loose Creek near Jef to Arcadia, Wisconsin and > -- '; ;.
horn and take car of bust- ferson City. She will be aceom. here they visited Mrs Dahm'l new cadet and senior STEVE VARElA ";p
neap panted by their daughter Sis- brother-in-law and sister Mr. membership applications at the ;

-o- !ter Mart Robert from the and Mrs. Joseph Qawllck and : ? meeting. Details of the movie

Mr and Mn Jame M. Foxof Mother; House of Notre Dame. family Mr. Dahm's cousin and were directed at the cadet program Varela To Stage)1\\)1)1Amateur

1928 Michigan Ave returned Mrs. Tub will return with wife, Mr, and Mrs. Allis My and the film was said to > I

Sunday from an enjoyable 10" their daughter to McComb, ers and family. They got to be of particular interest to '

000 mile trip to California and Miss, where the teaches visit many friends in Arcadia teenagers.
back. On their way they visited ,school then. Mrt. Taetx wUl too. They: Journeyed on to La. Iv Cadet staff members of the ,2'

the Grand Canyon, Virginia continue her Journey horn. Mr. Croase, Wisconsin and visited Venice CAP Squadron attenda Nights
City, Lai Vegas and Reno. Tarts remained here. their eon-in4aw and daughter, cadet meeting of the Sarasota "
Cadet Squadron last Wednesday
from there they went to visit -a- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Becker end t'hen's -
After the
their mm and wile, Col. and I Mr. and Mrs. Frances B. here they got to see a new meeting, the evening.Venice staff helda If you are a vocalist or can . your chance to use
Mn James H. Fox and. family Malone of 447 Stewart St. returned grandson Lawrence Becker. play a musical instrument,
session on ways to improvethe It. Steve can be reached at 488- W 1
then moved to
In Sunnyvale near San Fran front a voyage to Ire on Sparta, Venice unit. here's your opportunity! '
While there they went to'Fiaherman's land. Wls. and visited their son-in- 2295.
cisco. They left on April SO First Lieutenant Stanley La. Steve Varela, nationally
Wharf" and from law and daughter Mr. and h
they New York on the Amer. vlns has exchanged his duties known drummer Is anxious to
had a lot of fun riding in the lea and enjoyed a cruise of Mrs. Ralph Olson and family
a a. executive officer for the start an Amateur Night for I
cable cars and tailing on a seven day trip to Ireland. This They had the pleasure of attending LANA SLONIGER, Mist Sunken Gardens of 1063, officially post of deputy commander for Venice area talent. r* .

boat In San Francisco Bay. was Mrs. Malone' first trip to the Graduation exercises welcomes all Venice area residents to Sunken Garden in St. seniors of the Venice squadron. Verala asks that interested VENETIAN
They' also visited places such Ireland. Mr. Malone was born and teeing their grandson Petersburg during\ the month of September. Presenting any Levis flies the CAP Sundown anyone
call him at Cyro't Venetian
M the Yosemite Valley, Lake In Tipperary, and this was his Gary Lee graduate from High bonaflde identification, such at a Florida driver' license Patrol in his own air. Moon where his -
Tahoe and Lessen Volcanic first trip over to Ireland in 44 School. On the way home they will admit the resident to this attraction for a small service craft. combo CLEANERSmakes

park They decided to tee part ye..... They landed In Cobh on stopped at Moline, 111. and visited charge Children under IS admitted free Sunken Gardens'management Second Lieutenant H. M. dition.plays on First weekends performance for an will au

Mexico to they motored overto May t and left Cobh to return Mr. with Mn.their son and wife, is making this offer in a effort to Inform (Chuck) Place III remains as be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday
Juaret and back before and Eugene Dahm
home on June 19. They toured Florida residents of what there it to see in our home state deputy commander for cadetsof
and evening of this week. this
starting the Journey\ home. Mr. South Ireland and both kissed family and alto visited the Venice squadron. you ;.
sod Mrt. Fox with their two the famous "Blarney Stone." their son-in-law and daughter The amateur program wouldbe
granddaughters decided to see They Mr. and Mrs. Victor Arena- held Informally In the Music '
say Ireland is Indeed Sensational Offer -
an /'
Scott At Coin Meet
chleld and family. They got to Speaker Box Room at Cyro' ,

tee a new great grandson, his Sales Tax Jumps Steve who hails from Chi- to acquaint with our San;- .

YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn name is Michael Jr. He Is the Joseph P. Scott, owner of coins against the "trends" and cago, began his career at the tone, "Tkt world't you/ mod recom-,
3 son of Mr.. and Mrs. Michael Scott's Coins Sarasota, past expect to sell them for that age of IS when he auditionedon /

Auto Insurance Engholm. president of the Sarasota Coin amount. 28 In an amateur night for Xavier me"cJertlryee"ning" ,1
-- Club and member of the Ven The true value of a coin Is % July Cugat and where he plaved RAND McNALLYBLOBE
I 1. NEW LOW RATES Mr. ,and Mrs Angelo Cittt ice Club addressed the Venice Its condition. Proof and uncirculated with Cugat's band at the ChiCf .

2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS and four children from Chicago Area Coin Club at Its August coins are choice but ( >"o Theater.
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAQENCY arrived Sunday to be house- meeting In the Sarasota Fed. many old coins in fair condition Sales tax collections for July, From there Steve's story con. $'
based business
in Sarasota
guests of their uncle and aunt eral Savings and Loan Community do demand a premium.In on June tinued to bl''! one of success. He i.rn i.
Mr. and Mrs Frances Malone Room. His comments commenting on the assumption County, are far ahead of went to Hollywood and for the

o They departed Wednesday to on Grading a subject of great that the government the same month director last year, J. next 10 years played with Deal
Ed of the
see more of Florida on their Interest to Coin Collectors was will freeze the 1964 dates on Straughn Arnez band which frequently
return home. Mr. and Mrs. most interesting and instruc coins Scott said he feels this Florida Revenue Commission, appeared on the "I Love Lucy"

Malone accompanied them to will make the current coin reports. television show. At the conclusion .
116 W. Venice Avenue the Jungle Gardens in Sarasota tive.Scott said more people get shortage more acute as the The July figures total $349.- of that stint, Varela moved -

/ Telephone: 488.2280k Monday at this being Mr. "hurt" In coin deals over grading later dates will be nulled out of 721.31 as against 271828.12 for on to Join Perez Paredo's
and Mrs. Cltta's first visit to than any other phase of the circulation. Regarding the con the same month last year, a orchestra who recorded such

Florida, they' enjoyed every hobby. Many people buy books temptation of the minting of gain of more than 28 per cent. hit records as "Cherry Pink"
moment here. and periodicals and check theirOverbrook new lIver dollars his commentwas The July sales tax figures also and "Patricia." He has more

that they would disappears show a gain of $27,790 over recenttly been drummer for '.
June of 1964 in Sarasota Coun .
did the Kennedy halves vocalist Peggy, Lee.
Membera of the Venice Club ty. Steve explained that he had .
Garden this would Indicate
expressed their sorrow at the Ordinarily . known Cyril Stone, owner of .
a greatly Increased tourist
.trIP loss of one of their charter Gyro's for more than five eN4h '
business for June 1964 over 1tae
I members Oliver Hamiltonwho .
By MARY E. KROtlPA June 1963. But since the July years. "Stoney has asked me ,
passed away this past from time to time to come on h/
gasoline tax In Sarasota County
CENTER Mrs. Charles Bernhardt entertained Darien. They reported excel. week. this shows a loss of down here to Venice with the
seven ladies Tuesday lent weather all the way Guests present were Mr. and year of last idea of looking around for good 1
$3,256 over July\ year,
Mrs. Sam Vance, Nokomis; local talent end
afternoon with two tables of -0- planning an
264 S. Trail Venice Ph. 488.2198 1 luncheon and bridge at her Mrs. James Townsend of George P. Thompson Englewood the Increased cause spending Is- probably by the due residents to- evening of fun for everyone,"

home on Overbrook Road. Bayshore Drive entertained and Robert !Shields and he said. ) '
Those present were Mrs. Homer three; ladies for a foursome of Robert Van Vlack of Nokomis. So If you have some talentIt )1395v 95
HOTEL & MOTEL OWNERS Salt Mrs. L. Fow Mrs. dessert bridge Tuesday eve New members since the last LEISURE LEGALIZEDCLEARWATER : ,
Donald Adams, Mrs Otto Muller ning. They were Mrs. Dawn meeting are Mrs Frank DalleWi *;- .took 164 hours to transmit I PAilS
Venice C. Soukup. South a 99 word message from Queen i
Mn. George Griffiths, Fla. (AP-
Anne Bales Mrs
SPECIAL BUY Mrs. W. Kennedy and Mn Velma Porter. Mr. Townsend Venice; C. D. Zimmey, Venice A Clearwater municipal Judge Victoria to President- Buchanan with your drycle ning order, 1.

Laurence Codner. .Mrs. Foes served dessert and take notice Fast; and Junior Theen members and has struck a blow for women trans-Atlantic In 1858 across ruble the first I pleese ask for detaili. 'r
Paul and David
won first prize and Mrs Grif girls, the dessert was Canta- suffrage
AXMINISTER tithe won second prize. lope Pie. Mike Chamberlain. This now Edmund Adolphus Gibson, .
.. brings the total membership to who moved to Clearwater re
.0- -- 70. cently from Barbados came EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES 't.e
$4 99 s
e of Neptune Drive recently returned Mrt. Charles her Bernhardt enter.tamed Jim Sikora. A lively auctionsaw a charge of !assaulting! his EARLY AMERICAN 'CONTEMPORARY 't'';;.
from a two-weeks visitin regular Wednesday action In proof sets Indian wife. He laid he struck her J
Wisconsin. They visited their afternoon bridge party. Those Mend and 1905 D e TRADITIONAL 4n
DURABLE- WILL NOT SHOW SOIU pennies a when he came home from work
and wife Mr.' and Mn who played were Mrs. Wm nickel sold for $16.SO.
son and found that his wife had Lt in style your favorite \/all .
Dunphy, Mrs. James Rea, and
v William Nesalar and family in .
flshln,. or ceramic Into beautiful
gone lamps
Mrs. Otis
Sawn. Mrs. Bern.
J '
"In America ruled Judge
'hardt also teaches t e a '
bridge and Rewrin) Rusting 1
Panama ranks llth In gross Allbritton "a wife doesn't haveto Lamp "
we are told the Is .
teacher a very tonnage among maritime na work If she doesn't want 'o. All Repairs

Lions today, but most ships You can't charge a wife with //orl by Eipertatced Designer ana
flying the country's flag are nonsupport In this country although Craftsmen 1
owned by nationals of other maybe you could In It y!

NOTICE places. Barbados. She has a right to sit THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
around and do nothing all dayor

Traffic accidents In 1963 cost go fishing If she wishes." 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA
the nation more than $7 bil He gave Gibson a suspended "

Await 111 ADMISSIONS H..,.. H B_... II.... lion. seven-day Jail term.IMPORTANT. ::., .' ,
.. "**, Laid: ) V. Duke V BUILDING .H.A.R.V.. PLUMBING, WATER H.dlnn, VmlMl, R. J. O'Konf., V..,.*. {I IS I
Annul. lit Pa id.' A. Mllkr, VmlMl.
C.orm KniltmnrfAorurt PLACES TO KNOW ,
Smith, anon W. h*: Vw. ak
Jr.1 Cfn.tH A !Knnv. Near OrlwM.T when you l

EXAMINATIONSFOR Aar.M tea Nara P.rd,. Nomh t' I IT
Port Ch.rIotte, ....h P. II.... nww
row s.N D..r 0..10. G_. Clay,
..,... Wltek.ll. Nerd Port Ckarkrttil,
'.rwtt 0 ftm North fort Cb.rlMU. '
AnrnH III c..... R.... DINE OUT
SARASOTA COUNTY 1:,_ Burtaoil.. 1':..........., Bah. Bop|
1(DU. Nokwili- run B. Hrr. Vmlri, I
imild Gv"'. fIIn.,.wood.| Mml BOOB*,
"nnilt ar. H...... Kuf. V..ilel. rtM "
Services/ will hold Saraiot. County Con.bettors Tcvnr Von''", Sunn l ('.n...... v.... m''
The of Regulatory
Department ,loi L. Cola' Pluildii Jouok R. IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD
September |19th, 1944 at -.., .. 4,
Examination starting at 8:00 A. M. Saturday, > NorU Pbrt Ch.rlotUi, KM | .

the following locationsBuilding A\mit\ tit MgCulImuli H............ r f
Sow a..nMt VII Mao l. .
er C Wklttamfir* N,>=, = TRY OUR . rvr'
DMrhTVatli N.lil. I +
Contrldort-County Commtssioneri/ / Hearing Room taw rows. V J*!M. Vwfcxlok. r. The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH Grilled Onion "L

Room No. 129 Saraiot County CouHhou. I Dlsriaseae 1Aaeet OF EACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD"food STEAK SANDWICH 5dc: ,,
It, c... Abol. v....., 1Ie_ !
Diw4, net Yhelnla Hwdrkh.vww Area amain" 12-ineh Home-made Pin $1 t up
HA.R.V. ConbectoraCoeinty. Commiwtoneri/ Courthouse.Hearing Room Macaw, .Vanlotl..rk' *"t AIMD... V./._..! .How.rd. v... I I that Jt IoI"AI'f Me Lentos Bay ((25e each addition! dressing| e h ill';

Room No. |129. Sarasota County .wl i Ptmola Nrwma Port M,n.Aainit SMORGASBORD CO 4C 14 OZ.'
is, Sandra red sob far w." I
Electric/ Contractor-Room No. ISO- .haaTNokomlat arnata Dow In,Jom Vaalcat k.J..-". MONDAY 5JO: t* t P.M. IffceMSMORG4SPREAD FROSTED MUG-0-BEER 30c u f' f+
Courthouse Bakr line Hoihhii. V..,IMI 1 '
Saraiota County C1 c
Smltk.; EmlwxKHlt. B.IIT ... .. flfl THE GLADES

Master Plumbers, Jun>*ymtn Plumber end W tr Conditioning/ :M Arwl.Park.Ul Pa.Lavll. Afear ..,=I 11:30 to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN." I
Contractor-- OKwfa Vmlttl v'nrinla' WdoiioarNokaailit You'll Enjoy Our Popular Dinners . .. .. .. . From $1.00
Vocational School, Machine Shop Roth Sailtk. v...... Joha"IJirt 474-3312 Ford
Saraiot of
... Dave A Flo Behrent pm Trail Just S. Bill Philhpt
South Trail A Browning Street. I a. AW' Kuk-Wek. VaaloatfllnMto .
Krnaar. Now Orlaaaa. La.I Pa ur
trI... Millar, Von.too I Taliaadm' SUohm. ,
be accepted after September 3rd, ,,, Nokomla. '
No application! for .lamination: Aoa-n.t III rAn RlldMranil (nplnl COME AS YOU ARE!
"'". Applications shill be filed It Room No.' ISO County CourthoM Aaawr>. Kolmnlai ITl Laura Itkal Smt Duly, Vonlr nwl. | [ SMACK MCDONALD'Soil

." '. Ooorn Kuiffman Oi.m| La* MIN
NeriIi Pom Vista
I ISl Sarak. and sob, BoT Davla: S.'Tamsmi Trail Ph. .....2173 Venice/ Fl. Bay f'
erreh.pyl lubtl Madanln. I
K. D. BRUMBAUGH. Supervisor Oiarkait* >' V* V...... Jamla (JM.@MmIDLCAIL I RESTAURANT ft COCKTAIL LOUNGE II I '

". ForSPECIAL W* eater to parties
Deportment of Regulatory Service I > DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR

: TAKE-OU1 COMPLETE DINNERS. .. .. ... ,. .. . $1.50 I .nd
LUNCHES . . . . . . .. -. . . . 75c 'and uo
DAYIS. '.... .*4 Mr.. Ckarh. 0. PICNICw CLOSED MONDAYS
CM.I." artier, ..... )

KO"A.. w.Mr J_.n4.'"...IM., w..hoes N.k..y. .. f Rotary M...e Her Tuetdey Noerw' Ph 474-llM I ;,'

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,r +IrTlre GONDOLIER, Venire, Fla. Monday, :Aug.'" 24, 1964 Column
'laWi11epr' lt ,.11',. 6bpt Men's Garden Club

A 1 freeliGllll ....r

rather than sprigging.For was applied faithfully accord.
When I was asked by my sodding to the directions
ing on
we the
the first two year
friend Duby dark towrit
food bottle. For a while this
wateredthe problem
did not fertilize, Just
an article on palm tree
appeared to be solved
Gyq and the but
(( DR I suggested that I be permittedto lawn consistently;
then the brown
+ .
Cove marvell-
with neighbors on
jTN write of my experiences
back to the
beautiful condition of nursery for
Florida Lawns. In Minneapolis ed at the
with i its thick green more" advice. They said that
(from which we came in 1059) our
they once owned
we took great pride In keepingup and lush St. Augustine graM. heavy

;;,1Rwm or mu ASSOCIATED: P.ESJ *- imran or THI FLORIDA ritEs ASSOCIATION our lawns Although at Along about this time in 1962.I duty spraying equipment,
beset with was advised by many of the mounted on a truck with a big
T..s A.naad p.- w.aawIp uuttl a w I.. nwblwuw .. .u .... H.WM wand. r time we were and nurseriesthat tank, but had sold this equip.
.- h .. .pe. lid usa .... spas ..110..... was 4U ...... 1 _...._ "crab gras Intrusion which garden stores With this ment to a man who was
.. fertilize. now
a .a4 a. a papa.TI. la my opinion ranks with I must
rear ua real .aw.f"q a.t..r 1 .11s. aa.w.I N aarrlebt.4 ... III _bU.._ N erw.ay "cinch bug*" as Information, and more of th" doing this work. After making
Maldhas spat M wrt_ MrafaEa belne; a pesty same furnished by good intentioned a deal, this fellow came to our

I ...110..... Cm Na/u ..d n._. PM UWt a. War, A__ ( w-"<. -..,_ p blem. . friends, the Job of fertilizing home helmet, with and his nozzle tank car,and hoses,
For awhile began
Ntnnd .to Swd Cl.r Your AI Pad Otlloo ., v.Ea n.rIda Two problems was completed. fun
confronted u It seemed that fertilizing the Job of ridding our lawn

.: EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher when our home was a splendid idea and my of cinch bugs. We thought that

i COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager was built on lawn looked better than ever, this was the end of our troubles
i. K but not for long. and it was until a year later in
w SAM DILLON ................... New and Editor I Casey e yLandsca -
j :: ............... Newsphoto ping Shortly thereafter brown 1963 when the bugs reappear

1 .: 'l ROGER FJLBY .....,............................... Mechanical Superintendent and the plantingof spot began appearing on my ed.I
a lawn to beautiful lawn. Again I calledin again consulted an expert

I J SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.2J per year $3.21 per six months,, 13.79 meet Floridacon tlu experts and the amate- who suggested using! a Round-

per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county $629 per year $4. } dltIoas.Nordstr lire like myself. Some of them ler, digging up the matted

per six months $3 per three months .se When It came said, "No It Is not cinch bus, lawn, fertilizing spraying! and

I Aaranfcut RferaMatatitaat Pla-Ma ,... Same GaltvarriUa" Fat AJMrleu 11- ya..a.h. time to install a lawn, in June, you just have to water more," owing both Pensacola Bahia
/ N.w York, N. T.I A.I...., Gar DamM. Utah. 1960, various idea as to what which I did to no avail. Follow. and rye gras seeds. This we
.?, type of grass to use were sug trig that I went to the nursery had done in October, 1963. covering .
it gested. Upon the advise of the people who had put in my lawn the lawn with about five

1 .... experts we decided to use St. and they told me the sad new or six tnickloada of builder,
Things Do Change Augustine because of its hardiness cinch bug. So, to the garden and. We sprinkled every day,
Ante Tag So/Mr/ / sees and salt resistant quali! store to buy the latest approved excepting the rainy day, and

ties. We also decided upon "cinch bug spray," which it now looks as if we might

I If yea don't realize how things hive Fourth difference: You had to pay pod have a good permanent lawn
I once more, though the St. AngusUn -
changed politically in Sarasota County tens for both 1926 and 1927 or you GOVERNMENT seems to be taking

: sine the early days of Venice, just listen wouldn't be eligible to vote. (You couldn'tget Sensing The News over hi spots. We are keepingour

to this from the Venice Newt of April away with non-payment of poll tax REPORT BY finger crossed, but one
t thins; we are sure of, if the
; I?. 1921: even for one year.) 'YOUR By THCRMAN SENSING cinch bug take over again the

I : Urging the people of Venice to register No wonder the Republican Party, with 2S. Executive Vice President Soothers States Industrial Cornell St. Augustine which we have

: for the upcoming election, Claude E. a sera head count 36 yean ago, had a left must go.A .
serious business fat to the type of grass to use,
No False Confrontations deadly
Ragan then county tai collector who had hard time getting going. Even at late as FARRIS BRYANT which there is no room for poli should this take place, we do
of Florida
charge of registration, Slid, "The books April, 1946 there were only 172 Republicans Governor The outbreak of fresh communist tics not know will probably haveto

: will remain open, under the law, until midnight including three Negroes, registered aggression in Southeast ask the--experts.
I Asia has found the American
April 30." against a total of 8,DOS Democrats THE SUNSHINE STATE PARKWAY people united in their determi I
Venice Area
i First difference: Now the boots only But when the GOP got moving it moved A NEW ONENESS FOR FLORIDA nation to resist and retaliate Church Directory
- - -
remain open until S p.m. or closing time. in a hurry. As of last Monday there against the Reds who attempt. -"
ed to torpedo U. S. warships in 11'I' 1f4TIIAHIL"I IPIICOPALenuaca TUNTTT' BTSTnODnT C8UBCBWaalar
Second difference: Mr. Ragan's notice were 20,539 registered Republican in Like velvet ribbons the Sun. Florida, it make motoring International waters President lOW liDO ..... L.aa,
pointedly asserted that "ONLY WHITE Sarasota County, 18453, Democrats and shine State Parkway cuts a easier on the narrower free Johnson has the full approvalof Wad' a a.NWme Worr lj>Meta Santrai Part Mdara INS

'IDEMOCRATS will be permitted to vote." 790 Independents There presently are path through Florida's interIor highways, and it extend the the country In ordering counter a.k.a,_ a.. 5,15 Yd"...., .vies W9C8, Plrat 11_.. Sa a..m.OttWdal UK
for 265-miles from Miami to markets of all those who use measure against the Red Bit, _.... s.e ... 5,0 ....... Board Saaoad Taaadar. I....
1 : (Republicans, it teems, were non-exists some 1,200 Negroes registered. most of Wildwood in Central Florida It.The pirates on the high seas. a aEPISCOPAL .

erne). them Democrats but a precise breakdown where it links into the rapidly Sunshine State Parkway, Mr. Johnson's prompt action Pad VENICE_ By-War ASSEMBLY' at MrrU or* A GOD aa.iRa _MISSION!

Third difference "Persons under SSyears I It not available.Verily developing! Interstate highwaynetwork which costs less than two cents In the case of the attack on two *. Vlrto. Maurta Parr P.w 11__ v_
and presto! the per mile to use, has brought radar ..-. li.* a.avMoratac a.Sir .ie u waaa leak.
of age must pay a poll tai and things do change. And in the about a change In U. S. destroyers does not cover washy 114* aav (
Florida is breeze to '
drive to a UP however, the error and Enabw Samea tae ... V1B8T BAPTIST CHOICE
M l" the time for paying poll tex expires at changing, Sarasota hat taken the lead in Americans everywhere. thinking. We now find ourselves blindness In American policyin _.. p... Nauss eats 5... TW ..... .Ckarto--E.0.--..... .

midnight May 12. (The whittle! didn't blowat Florida' trend towards a two-party state The Sunshine State Parkway computing trips in elapsed Asia these Tour years past. 'tNIC -NOKOMIS METHODIST "
driving time .. ... idwd
rather .
I for than CHURCH .I Boadaf
5 in those -W Earl Aumann provides new gateways swift U. S. resnonsp was
'" days) .
P" miles. The distance from Miami Pad. Aim era wads I.aat
P.ImMta --
tourism, and it draws the encouraging, BUT IT WOULDBE e.. y- ParkMae
"011. .alo Jena. r-
to Jacksonville
r ; state's cities closer together/ for via the MUCH MORE ENCOUR. wordt.vwt/ Laace.. ..' .
Turnmke and US 301 is actual w. Onval anrawi.S
Floridians. The result is thatit AGING IP MR. JOHNSON uU
I ly 38 miles owb Ioh1I etu .... INS p. Yt.d h.
is proving to be an outstanding longer than the WERE TO RETURN TO -
lloahodloa 7.11 r.Iq", sue ...
financlalsucce s. same trip by way of US 1, but THEIR CUSTOMARY CIVIL.
. : I So It's Psychosomatic? it requires 2 hour and 15 minutes EMMANUEL LUTREEAM CHUECH CBTTBCaf Or 'THE NAXABENI
The acid test of a turnpike's less driving time. GOV. KW a. TcnluM TnU 4.-... ...
of ERNMENT OFFICIALS WHO Papa TV. ROT. CWrta L Sea ins ., "a.MM.11'1Ia. '
financial success Is. course,
Gainesville, In North Central OVER THE YEARS HAVE CIon.... ....... till >.& Y. An/aw Yt.kM5..d.
earnings versus obligations.! To Florida. Is now less than six W_... la.M cal I _. .-
f Whet healthy people don't understand Tennessee meet its annual obligation, the hours from Miami and It is URGED APPEASEMENT OF ... t 5d.4. eM a.Mwh. ..
AGGRESSORS.The wadre .IM e.Mau
Is that it', a heckuva thing to be a hypo- Your back ailment i is convenient. It turnpike must dailv earn $37 easy, carefree, drive Instead "soft" crowd In the 4 HL soot IN US. 41 5ada nee _
640. In the first 213 days of of.. .bumpv, State n ROT. Mash H. Yea 4M-MM 5.1.. swNde n.e ...
I chondriac. It is far worse when you rec- normally strikes when you're two holes 1964 the dally total income has lone Journey. exhausting day Department Is"sOIT firmly en. Wonkl Hiring teas.MbRniMUr .

ilmenh. ask with bad b.cto off this over the bal. shine State Parkway Is Johnson. For example, Averell '
a man a play now 70 Harriman who the FIRST CHURCH Or cazza .
designed Nato JUraor Drtrc aa4 SaraaM sad
You for example in match-or" off the bets. Well ance of the year we should mile per hour day: and night. SC1EMTISTCM Tat_. 441711NORTH
get pain neutralization of the
a your a pay some country of wan V_U. AMCMBaadlnc
have a surplus of over one mil Being upped from 65 mile I& S.a Yea __ w. .,......
left and realize that would ask but broken off per Laos-one caue for the weakness -- ...
arm you immediately people you've lion dollars hour has had no detrimental ef I..w ___ 11 a. -

you're having a heart attack, but you're friendship with them. Breaking this down into percentage feet on the Turnpike's safety of the A.hl-Is U. S.still position high toSoutheent In ands.._, IIeIoao4.1 ..11.. a.wa .... L.d.r 1,51 ..11...a. eel.w a._. .add.a I.... .....

I toe to for help to calla You don't know what to do figures: the bond coverage records which are among the ( RaaMl It .... ta 4 f.m. dallr, o.t-. ane 5th
proud scram or exactly .. ...
for the first seven best in the nation and twice as the councils of the Johnson administration ayes .._ sad boU"i. ,... sad ..... .. me h Iai a.a
doctor. Besides, you're supposed to play about it. Once a year you go to a doctor months of 1964 was a healthy good as Florida''* record on as undersecretaryof dar .t. tram f a a. PORT CHARLOTTE

golf in another 45 minutes who, after a complete physical, tells you 1.58 per cent. That means we free access highway*. state. Indeed the Harriman GRACa METHODIST CHURCB CBURCHB
I The tvpe is legion In Washington crew .. PEN and DavavROT. '
collected 58 per cent more than Sunshine State Park TOST rKESBTTERIAM: CHURCH
i Or you develop a prolonged attackof to go home and relai. How can you relax way's these days. And Mr. Johnsonwill Edward 01._ CaavMBttv Oaatav
to the
was required cover
I grassy palm-lined right- weep tkbaol. .t4l ....
I hiccups. You remember a man-a teetotaler l when your ulcers are hemorrhaging, bonds. of-wav sweeps through the find It hard to make the wadro' ....... !late as tadav 11I\---- 111** a..a, Wanh' SarrtcaCalldraaa

who died of hiccups Your first you have an obvious embolism in the These excess earnings are typical areas of Florida_ her American the leopard people has believe that his M.Blbla t.a r_. SIlO. till...e.. ... ..,..... Ad.N Ctaaa aarrtaa.CALVAET kaM atawhaaanwita
Into the Turn old south changed
being placed with
J Inclination i it to dial the lifesaving Crew, frontal part of the brain, the physician'sbill pike's bond retirement fund. cypress trees Its, moss her -drsned rolling pots SEVENTH DAY ADVEN1IST REFORMED: CHOICE

but by the time looked the horselands / The. fiasco Involving, the no- Poem Trail. H ... aaat W Rt. 4tNokoatla. Of VENICE GARDEN:
you've up I is sixty-five dollars, and your feat Did you know Florida spends her citrus groves of Pla.Paatar. .
.number friends for drink. less pr mile on turnpike construction the Indian River called "confrontation" with Uaona L Outs 1M1 Mat Baara Drtr.TW
\ I drop a By country, and Pre
ROT Peak J. Shaarart
\ are killing you7No than anywhere else her swamps on the fringe Qhrushchev over Cuba In 1362 .anl,., .._. .... .... ItiU.Pmrar radar ......., Ida aja
the time the friends leave forgotten Barrteaii 1 iSO lr.db rraatafc
you've ..... .
has '
\j help for it, actually. And maybe in the nation* The 158-mile extension the Everglades made many Americans far Momta. 11' Hwatafl* 51 ate la uaCaawmKr f.m.Haadu > .
the Lifesaving number. of the Sunshine State The Sunshine State Parkway more savvy and suspicious VENICB-MOEOMIS PRE8BTTUUAJICHUECB

Your sciatic nerve reacts to each approaching you'll die if you hurry reasonably Parkway, opened on January Is a highway to economic than In the past. They aren't Mlakurl Dart* A. Bowka an IUBA-IIL"I CR1JWIC1I
20th of this growth babes In the woods and now or RNGIIw000q
year, cost $384.307per and individual achieve lie Tka BlaKa.< VanW
I I thundershower, even if the rein young. mile. ment. want solid proof that a firm TMaphoaat 4MtSISflnwlar ..., ___ __ W. O..I e.
Compare this to $1. It give Florida a new" ......, St4S I ISAIMT ... ...
approaches no nearer than Gatlinburg, Asheville, N. C. Citiia S8S.512 per mile In New York, oneness stand once taken, will be adhered 11''...... 5avh. .._. .... .... Maaa tiM a.avHolrdar
i $3.127,000 per mile In New Jersey to. Pats-" g.ur II .... _ .__ *t. _a-av_
.. c.dr. Safari
and $4.562,000 per mile in THE PEOPLE It Is fair' to say that many -
1 Massachusetts. Americans are leery of a false MARE'S EP1800PA1 CRCECBrW UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST
Despite the normal confrontation with Fed China ahkra OONGRIDClATIOII4LCIIRJI1UIInANCi&UCAL
Increases SPEAKTo ROT DoIoIo 0... Par... Sad.tale. .
. I' t'' in construction costs one would Just before .election day They ew.t.n- AND REFORMED rkD.
Bak B. slot OhabU.
Life May Paddle Harder expect since January 25, 1957 recall how President Kennedv EaeniMM. ft Bob "-...... Ito MIMMwiluai
when the first 109-mile length The Editor: shuffled the armed forces of f H a.aaaha .. ..... kaM mnnaHly N t.y.r. ..
Your Pratar and '""- 5 a.Q.nb G.rdn Riaaatl.a Oaatat at 11
of the Turnpike from Miami to splendid Editorial on the United State in October of Sefcaal t a. a. 'M.a.

I Fort Pierce was opened, the "CBS And The Conventions" 12. moving men. ahtos and Qard .:.... .... .- ra d

Ill, When it comes to classroom discipli places where respect, discipline and the construction cost of the exten 1 analyzes. : the situation perfect- nlanes around the nation end final Elehar a. ....... Partot or VENICE al.-Ban anm ail ma tka Camar adatt, Ann alaaa, alaaa.a.aa eat.. ..tI..

1 nary problems, Georgia teachers are at element of "must do" are still favored in alon Just completed was actual- the worM' In an Imnresslve display radar Seta* (US a.B.Tral.l. at a<.. at Cant: aad r,.. *arax
Iy *21,000 LESS per mile. I only wish this could be read of U. S. resolution. But the 11''_. ........ II'" .... d & EattM. see .....- *l.a.
I I! liberty to paddle their out, thanks the educational .. U.,.. .iM >.avarrtak
way program by people VOTM Oatna
Yet the across the nation and _
extension is in every resoluton proved to be anpar- Ptd ItM .... _
I j } to.n act of the Georgia general .. Peddlings administered by the schoolteachers way better highway than the that many will write to CBS ent rather than real. U. S. de- wdaen Pra.tT MaatlMT. TtM ... nun CHRI8TIAH CHURCBat

?, eembly. designed be original Turnpike length. The in this vein of protest. strovers were moved into oo- SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST MISSION tDr,44r Ortatltfaao.1.
are generally to
corrective median strip that area of grass Also would like to say how sitters off :Red Cuba and then Barn DK A Old Eixlnood Rd. Taapla CM Vaila* A_"
Previously Georgia teachers could be much I TM ROT. arts M. R.. O. M. PaarrWaiakl
IplUa Paator The
between enjoyed
and without malice or ill after the northbound and Dorothy Gay.nor' were not sued for paddling their charges Now they southbound lane.. Is 40 feet instead story of our Nokomls haft or search communist veset. .- rude kh.l eta a. .. eta *!" car

!a t are legally immune if the paddling is effects Paddlings administered in the of 20 feet wide, and the Beach origin, which must have ,..

administered.The school of life, because the lessons weren't right of way Is 400 feet wide taken a great deal of research There was a teat noise out
properly instead of 300 feet. for such a complete descrip of Washington that fill which
action of the Georgia scions is a learned earlier, often are harder and leave The entire 265 miles of the tion. roved
exceeding helpful
l'l'c. sign that there are some long effects.--Florida Times-Union. Sunshine State Parkway was Sincerely yours Mr. Kennedy in the congressional to. the .J best recipe for folks

built without one cent of cost Mr. Emmy H. Rellly election, hut the United

I cent to the for taxpayer administration, and not one Nokomis commotion.States rained nothing from the newly moved to
or Russian
i maintenance STICKY STRINGS REACHING remained In Cuba and
i. Yet this toll highway, which FOR LIFE ON MARS Vent Venlee'i
t. Library Column were on the
,I cost you nothing unless you CAPE KENNEDY (AP) President KennedY hud
a elect to use it, provides The National Aeronautics and
I' gaso demanded the removal of both
line tax money which
\ ': WHEN THE CHEERING STOPPED: building free roads Toll roads a package of life-seeking ItIectlnn. as rice of lifting a add hostess with baskets of lifts and I
lot build free roads sticky strings as one experiment KVCK"- blockade h. hM de. Information about the city, stir in pnu-

} d .I I The Last Years of Woodrow Wilson A* of the first of the year, planned for a spacecraft r1T4 of the Islam. The Mock- ili Ins hospitality, and you'll dan i ,en-

and this was before the Turnpike Intended to land on Mar in ads tum-, out to be II i>ho 'r: trous and delightful w lcom.. just
was opened in its 1969. '. ..
k full was lifted( rt >t after the phone
::;.. By GENE SMITH length 'Just about When the
doubling the unmanned craft Vrtinnit. and the on-eltn In-
J 't traffic flow an estimated 153- land on the Martian surface, wftrm *i ng never taken
t: (A Review bf C/iiaoeM/ Muiiey Brown) million gallons of explosive "
gasoline had charges win shoot ''''..v. Cuba I I. as much a
been burned on the Turnpike each of the three strings out rf.n*.... MS It has ever been Mrlcomel agon!

Computing this at 7 cents per about 50 feet. The strings will .in*. rMel f rely, took cower
,, ,1'I rGn*> Smith has written a thought pro- members She did not bother to answer tax gallon monies- some from$10,7 million if he the reeled sticky In mechanically, with *'I Un"ei Planes. cannot a f-
the Turnpike substance picking '''rd *
I 1 a slpr
upoil "8M In the 48UIOI
yoking/ story of Wilson's mental and phy- letters.. She did not consult with men who alone went toward building free particles. 'III' "' .4f, ....". tt.. A-........" -PHONE---- .
deaf) disintegration. could have helped Wilson In fact she roads In Florida Inside the spacecraft the "Km1e should ", airIf l verr ------n.--r. .

|If Wilson had his thrombosis today banished Joe Tumulty and Colonel HouseWilson's tail"The original 109.mile "!lob. "article will be doused with a tale herwe' now and N.".. 3'het WELCOME NEWCOMERS! I''
Turnpike was too short sterile broth laced with radio. the don't want notl"lien >>. Use this coupon to M .u. know yon'n her
WIser than in 1918 no wife or kindly two closest friends and advisers to prove attractive to Florida' Isotopes Should the Martian ''Msnd f "SIn.atle.el. d.tonne. In.

doctor could have kept his condition from I was fortunate In knowing Colonel trucking Industry. But the ex soil contain any living organ The v "HI mmnort the !lAM' }t I

f tension has Increased rommer. Isms, they should begin to "resident In all action ('
Edith Boiling Wilson and that tit yJoarsQR7
as "
,j KM public House and In hearing his account of his t clal trucking on the Turnpike row within four hour ando teems necessary to halt etm. I

Dieter Grayson did. Television has Its association with Woodrow Wilson that by 98 per cent since the first produce a radio-active ,... Them ..,un'** "dv"...,... bu flies win

i .advantages.CdHh the year. Trucking firms fro eu would be detected by a. *>a full of rlffMemn wrath If H 1 1 D fleas* haw the Welcome Wagon Hostess can on mi I

Wilson devoted all her time to ended with Wilson's marriage to Edith North Florida. (Georgia, Ala transistorized geiger counter a neera, that nw* <.**_ era -' o J would Uke to subscribe to the j I

1 This is a sad story: sad for Wilson for bama, and South Carolina are and the information radioed to husband
the She
Ift Invalid\ president. now using this new major artery earth
ea for the mtnxme of Imi>rov1.n. M GONDOLIER I
ill Jim.. *.?'trary few people to sea him and the United States, and for Joe TumultynColonel of the combined I-7S and The experiment could provide the Irnare of the man In thewtiWi out coupon and man to Circulate Dtpt, I

Turnpike. The Turnpike create the first evidence of life share l" no t'OOftofnr noll-'
,out the to the cabinet Houso.
,t $4 ato tMjipp> messages!! new trucking Industryt ia on another planet. dental election ,a ..-,-.- .


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/ r Ttii'' SONDOUERTVeniee, nl." Moi>d fain&ows i interpret Fashions Wednesday Is

At Their Annual Style Show Venice Day At Lt. Daniel V. Stapleton Jr.

Ion 18011 reaches after Florida season,muted high, with orites solid colors, were fav I Asolo: Theater Weds Miss Kathryn Burruss !

nneleil and interpreted ac- Among the women's fashions TlMy-three persona have al-
.,? to the dictates of comL shown were Cell Chapman, reallY signed up for Venice In a Saturday afternoon ceremony
lIIIe! individual taste and Pauline Trlgere, Esteves and a Day at Asolo Comedy Festival, in Tappahannock, Va.,
o temperattther. Chanel creations. These stressed Asop Theater, Sarasota, on Lt Daniel Victor Stapleton Jr, i
black and the colors and rsT Wednesday USNR, took as his bride Miss B +
ignoring the fashion styles for which these design. Arrangements for Venice Kathyrn Lucile Burruss of that

gain sves'' of wild, wild era are famous. Some were Day were made at an Asolo city.The
Izine, bewildering mix- topped with berets, fitting ac- ,w board meeting Thursday, according bride is the daughter of
of plaids, stripes and compantmentts for the full, full v to Mrs Gene Green, Mr and Mrs Henry Walker
rl and even the gladly."tten hairdos expected this fall and board member and publicity Burruss, Mr and Mrs D. V.
!knickers, members winter chairman for the Venice Area Stapleton of 407 Maggiore
She is In of Road are parents of the bridegroom -
of the Rainbow School clothes arrangements -
Order modeled
the whose home Is In Rockville
for Venice Day and said
presented a the members
G rli were equally divided I
i indicative of between than most of those already registered ,
colors and this
,, florldlans will really fall's very popular black and II } are from Venice-Noko- The at marriage Memorial was Methodist solemnized
white combinations. Materials mil Woman's Club and Little
to Thu atre. Church with The Rev. Edward
being were both smooth and texturedand
tee! Ideas Perry Hornleln, pastor, readingthe
will\ attend matinee ofSheridan'
They a
the fashion dictators accent was on the washables 111'I
nuptial vows. The double
mi acceptance in the show, Plaids, tweeds, stripes 1 t "School for Scan- ring service was used.
sented at Venice Gardens and checks were there but t dal" and many of them will re. The bride was given In marriage
nation Center with mem- were not mixed, helter-skelter, rosin for the evening performance by her father. Nuptial
mothers and younR- as Is being done elsewhere of Christopher Fry's "TheLady's
< their organ music was played by her
brothers and sisters as mod. Easy fit was the keyword for ''' Not For Burning, MrsGreen cousin, Mrs Richard Edward

These) Included ruffles and school clothes and the highly IF' !IJ'i laid.Eight Holland Jr, and Miss Laura

., lots and lots of both: feminine dominated the evenIng ,,1. i { Ann Spindle of Hustle, Va., was
Mini shadowy black (which and ball gown models. soloist.
never bfen "out" for Flor.eenlng Bows, ruffles and lace combined ." Slams Made\ Attending the bride were her
wear) and long with delicate shades of sister, Miss Barbara Ann Bur. ;
are' on everything, from filmy materials for the most At VNWC PartyTen russ, as maid of honor and 1 r
iri, outfits to formals One of these. Misses Jane Carol Bareford r
? not featured which could A balanced show, conservative IILt' Irene Steward Fulcher, Linda '
In ? '
tables of bridge were wv
'I 1 be adapted to Florida and practical, it was well r ; the Venice- Jean Keys and Mrs William ,
id ire the new court shoes adapted to the needs for this SCeelllYl play Nokomis Wednesday Woman's Club social Sanders, as bridesmaids. '
iteel buckles for davtlme For the ceremony the churchwas
ih ;
,11 kinds of glittery buck. area.Models were Jeff and David card party eight with slams six women during the recording decorated with white garden r t ++ 1 1I 1L
and bows for evening. flowers and greenery with
Rhodes, Scott Bruin, Cindy L I
; afternoon
!tin Norma Owen was comnUtor Jones, Kim Helser, Elizabeth white satin bows marking the
Miller, Mrs Daisy Stevenson, a Hostesses were Mrs Charles family pews. The altar was ,
set fash- Brunet, Mrs C. A Barnes and centered with a raised gold
n the tots smart- Mrs. Charles Bruin Mrs J. '. "
browns I Mrs Clara Carlson Door cross flanked by palms and
greens and pre- King Morton, Mrs William E.
H FASHIONABLE iili&O: OUT prizes were won by Miss Carrie
mutated and plaids, teamed Hendrix, Mrs James M. An.FREE for fall are three membersof four seven-branched candelabra. -
the Charles Bruin family who modeled at the Rainbow Logan, Mrs. William E .
Girls "Fashion Fantasy" Wednesday Janie, general chair Kaley and Mrs. Inez M Bechill. The bride chose antique satin
man of the show, modeled one of this fall s ultra-feminine Slams bid and made were: for her gown It was fash-
STYLE .CONSULTATION"Back evening gowns of taffeta and silk organza; her brother, Scott, Mrs Thelma Tresher and Mrs ioned with a high neckline, a ,
showed what the well-dressed young man will wear to school; W. S. Rinehart, two; Mrs. Atwood fitted bodice with a row of MRS. D. V. STAPLETON JR. I .

to School"SPECIAL and Mrs Bruin modeled a cocktail ensemble of peacock blue D. Cole, Mrs Ray Lap tiny selfbnttons in the back, a nosegay of pink carnationsand with school friends and Mrs
crepe with the lace bodice in the same shade of blue. ping, Mrs S. C. Turkenkophand long fitted sleeves ending in the bridesmaids white John H. Lincoln, aunt of the ?
Mrs J. Hunter, at the wrist ,
Fergus calla lily points pompon chrysanthemums and bride assisting. The bride's
gel and Mrs Larry Rhodes. trellises and garden equipmentto one Mrs. Margaret Busbey is and a fall of chantilly lace at pink carnations table was de with
Caryl Richards PERMANENT chairman of the parties during the shoulder-line. The center Mr. Stapleton I'etedia: I
Also Misses Willene Hendrix, create a garden scene. They served as his greenery and
Roberta Merrill Nancy Cooper were assisted by Mrs. Stevenson Auust. front panel of the was son's best man. Ushers were flowers and the tiered wedding

BEGS $15 NOW $5.00 Jane Kirby, Linda Stirling and Mrs. Bruin Refreshments smooth and and back the panel gathered ended side In Henry Walker Burruss Jr; Lt cake on a nearby table was D
Sherry Chamberlain, Dianne after the event were panels LeRoy Reynolds Hamlett circled with ferns
(Limited time only) Lash, Linda Wellman, Sandy served by Mrs. Louise Webb, Stamp Club Meeting a chapel The the lace walstlint motif USA,; Lt. Morgan Birge, USA, I A pre-wedding breakfast for
WE GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURLY" PERMANENTS Badger, Dorothy Blades, Inez Miss Jane Kirby and Miss Janice was repeated and Lt. Robert Jesse Mayfield, out-of-town visitors and the >"
the gathered
Stevenson, Mary Piper, Alise Brewton. Venice Stamp Club will meet accenting panels. USNR I wedding party was given at
Angel, Sharon Morton, Georgia creations tomorrow at 7:30 p,m. at the Her ballerlne-length veil of The bride's mother wore a "Lilly Mount" in Caret, Va.
ANNE.K BEAUTY SHOPPE Williamson Norma Owen and Intermission skit was a far- community room of Sarasota Illusion was attached to a tiaraof gown of dusty rose French by Mrs Spottswood Taliaferro -
Janie Bruin cial take-off on fashion shows Federal Savings and Loan seed pearls and crystals and crepe and lace with matching Mrs. Wright Gouldin and +
121 N. Tamiamt Tail Ph. 488.1367 For the show, themed "Fash-- by Misses Merrill, Janice Assn President George E her only $Jewelry carried was a stringof white accessories and a corsage of Mrs. Elmer Doggett Mrs Wil.
Ion Fantasy," the girls decorated White, Inez Stevenson, Jane Youngberg will be in charge pearls a white cymbidium orchids with lIam Page Mann Sr and Mrs r +
(next to J.&H. Drug Store) the stage with flowers Kirby and Willene Hendrix, AU interested persons are invited Bible decorated with a single touches of pink. The bride Winton Sisson Sr entertainedat

MmWi of FCA. Winners of style & coloring confetti and greenery, pastel clouds, modeling their own bizarre white Her orchid.maid of honor wore a blue linen decorated with rhinestone Va with a buffet supper for 1
dress of Alice blue
floor length
pellets and studded at the the wedding party and out-of-
taffeta fashioned with a scalloped -
neckline with iridescent crys- town guests.
neckline and cap sleeves tal teardrops. She chose matchIng For her golng-away costumethe
CLASSESFor of blue vel-
Her headdress was
shoes and
a small white bride wore a sandalwood
vet bows and tulle Bridesmaids crown hat for accessories and suit of shantung with brown ;5
All AgesREGISTRATION wore Identical floor- I wore a corsage of all-white accessories and a white orchid.
I length gowns of baby blue with cymbidium orchids. After a northern wedding

matching shoes and head-dress The wedding reception was trip the couple will be at home ,v ,
Venice Gardens Recreation Center es. The maid of honor carried held In the church social hall in Fredericksburg Va.
REGISTRATION Adult and Teen-Age BALLROOM In Cecilian
[ For Trot, W.lh. Cha-Cha-Cha, Rumba, Rock and Roll and Society SPECIAL! . PERMANENT WAVE I

All Dance on Monday, Sept. 14th 7 to 9 p.m. Meets\ Sept. 3
Cecilian Music Society will
Clastic BalUt, Tap, Acrobatic, Modem-Jan, Boy's Class,
have a "Welcome Home" coffee -
LtdiM1 Physical Fitness on Monday, Sept. 14th 2:30 to 5:30 for members who have re- REG S15 5 NOW SI 2,50
pit/ Claim start Sept. 21st.REFRESHMENTS. turned from summer vacationson I .

Sept. 3 at 10 a.m. at the I
DOOR PRIZES home of Mrs. Jay Lumley of one can Bonat Hair Spray with. each wave. 4

Ballroom 15 lessons ..,.... .. .. .. $1500 Mrs. Johanna Maier, pro-
Adult Couple, J5 lessons ,.. ....... $2250 gram chairman, has chosen
All other classes 8 lessons ..... .... .$12.00 Orientation" for the meeting GLADYS ADKINS '.F '
Taught Concluded by topic.A SA t ,
board meeting will pre- ,
cede the regular meeting and 131 W. Miami Ave. Call 438-6650 :::90,'
MR. & MRS EARL ATKINSON Mrs Paul Webinga, president, !! J, .

requests all officers be present. ___4P ,
Well Known New York and Florida Teachers .

Residence, 4838 Higel Ave. Sarasota 0 y
Call Mornings Tel. 924-0325 "i' '

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SAVING SPREEin : ,{'; .'

"SECOND" ef the ,''fJ\\;;'

FINEST FABRICSSALE ."" .""' ..... _..."',,,. .. ..... "'" ioI.:.... _
(Oondolto photo b, 1>...,.1 ".\Ioa) *
"PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT . Is one of ter. Twenty-one new students and 24 members k
the Instructions Byron and Lou Markle Issueat of The Gondollers of Venice Round I _
the city-sponsored round dance classes Dance Club were present last Monday. With .
which meet for their second of eight weekly the Markles, left, are new students, Mr, and V 17
lessons today at 7 P.m. at Venice Civic Cen- Mrs Sam Allison The public Is Invited.

County Demos Plan ,

Area Sale FridayThe JJ
: ,
lit 3161'/ W. Venice Aye. Venice Sarasota County Democratic ,
$1.00ONLY Executive Committeewill

FALL CLASSES OPENING hold a Rummage Sale Friday
at the Nixon Building In I v
Sarasota. Mrs Lllburn S. Bull- ...... ,
SEPT. 2nd
A YARDIF Ington, whose husband is candidate I7
for Supervisor of Registration -
REGISTRATIONSAug. is chairman of the it
FIRSTS $2.50 $7.50 yd. event. Our Drive-In Window provides real

26-29 -10 a.m. til 2 p.m. Rummage may be brought "
Drapery Slipcover PLEASE REGISTER EARLY to the Venice Democratic convenience for you. Try it soon!
Headquarters, 121 West Miami )
Upholstery All ttudenh registering and paying tuition by Ave on Wednesday between 9
Sept. lit will receive 10% ditcount on first 12 and 12 a.m. Anyone In the Venice ."' ;
week -Nokomis area having rummage .
courte. '
AUG. 24.29 BABIES BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATE to be picked up may call 'J,

BALLET ADVANCED TAP TOE 488-1319 or 488.2683.Grange .

MODERN 'Hobo Party' ST rawaww ; i

Calico CornersRoute Venice Orange will have a
"Hobo Party" Wednesday'at
RECITALS AND STAGt PRESENTATIONS 7:30: p.m. at Venice Civic Center : FIRST6 J ,


Owner: MRS. MYRTLE BYRON LIEBEL to All bring attending food for are refreshmentsin requested _'AV NO. ", OI..tA"A.SqCI: "ION Oil .'''"A' ':A
Sarasota & Bradenton. Directren for Venice Junior AiMmbly
bags. Mrs Lydia Key ,
paper .: I) ,Nt 1 \ I ; '!>I t! IRAI' IRMAN _
and Venice Junior Cotillion ___
ser will be in charge of re _ ___
Awi.t.nti MISS DEBBIE WENDEL freshments.

6 O' 0'' 0 : Sarasota Phone Venice 958-202 488-2383 Collect Various evening's game entertainment.will providethe "Our fAirli.flt AnllYtnary; 'f<<1," t tL

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doicn produce lane o


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1 I
_r e 1 Delicious ButtermilkBISCUITS

Easy.prepare stew that Bordeln' f
uses an economic meat. 5
Phyl'i Lamb Neck Stew with ,
Potato and Vegetables Hunt's Tomato

) 'r,, ":, Hot Salad French Beverage BreadFruit I a- 21:25'
'I'' 't'.: Phyl'i Lamb Neck Stew ." '.

1 :i' 3 pounds (about) lamb neck
slices A1r Libby's PinwppU-Gropofruit;
1 tablespoon butter or 100 EXTRA c: .. 19cJ.w.
+ margarine Drink
1 small onion, diced GREEN STAMPS "t' 5 O .
ribs diced
a ....
1 1 teaspoon each ground ail. WITH THE pica- F & P Favor Perfect SliudPURCHASE
) spice, curry powder and vegetabl
bouquet sauce OF 303 I OR
i 1 can ((1 pound, 12 ounces!) UNOX CANNED limit 6 COM per customer Beets . e .oN tip
.t.l+ whole white potatoes with
1 can ((1 pound) mixed vegetables HAMS $.
Kob.y's Shoestring

2 Salt tablespoons and pepper chill sauce 2 EXTRA Potatoes 3 :: 2911

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Cut meet away from bones 80
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I removing all fat. In a large 1 \'
skillet brown the meat In the oown Stam
hot butter. Add the onion, eel IMPORTED l'( "-
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vegetable bouquet sauce; drain cad t Pop ta* Kraflfr
i. the potatoes and add the potato r=''I t Nm 2-lb.WM can, aw$1.79, fa rr/ r.ir1 UNOX ---- '\

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j simmer until meat is ND
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j Ju
\ About 20 minutes before meat
j is done, add mixed vegetables
(with their small amount 01 BEEF Canned
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liquid), salt and pepper to
taste and the chili sauce
Makes 6 servings. Peanut Butter

f"I lb. 59c S
extra sugar is added to I25c
; this fruit sauceEgg
: Chive Salad Rolls
Cake Squares ..,ft'. Pramtm Mldwn Beg Jj' $

i Raspberry Raspberry Sauce Sauce Sausage ........ . . " .Ib. 45 Can. ,- .9 Orange DeDdoM TOBJ Drink

SvHt'l Pnmhi Mc 4 CeM41.
i 3 teaspoons corn starch IS 0. :

1 1/S package cup cold(10 water ounces) frozen Bacon .... ...... . . . . pkg. 59 r pIli 100._" 1 180s. 93c
1 tablespoon raspberries lemon Juke Swlft't Pnmhm Teoty Kluf ,Z StOmPs witf eOyDonfd: G".1t ,. SI'i .

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Stir in thawed raspberries with WNNl I I I
f their Juice. Cook and stir con- COMBINATION w'
stantly over low heat until
slightly thickened and clear. KITCHEN andBARB..Q
f' Remove from heat; stir in HICK, ;
lemon Juice. Makes 11/3 cups 4EL S PIECES EFFCCTIVI MON., TU..., WED, 'IIII I''II
i COFFEE BREAK: AUGUST 24, 25, 20, 1964 k. II I I
One of our favorite inventions! 99 C ; //:4
Chocolate Vein Cake '.........11,4.. \I" .. I ..'
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awe rrrwrta aIoM r aoM dairy ;{! ,
Chocolate Vela Cake .
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H teaspoon baking soda I I I Yogurt
H teaspoon salt
*4 cup butter .
H cup sugar CARVIMG I'' 19c Giant
U teaspoon vanilla = :hint r ,!
1 large egg SET 1.
I 1* cup commercial sour cream
I 1/3 cup finely chopped.pecans Dessert Topping
1/3 cup sweet chocolate flavor- 99c TIDE
r ed beverage mix __ ''J Lucky Whip =::4
Sift together the flour bakIng __..
soda and salt. Cream but- --- . i;;: -.
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ter sugar and vanilla; beat in 39
egg thoroughly Stir in sifted can
dry ingredients in 4 additions, I I -
alternately with sour cream,

l, of Just half the until(a batter little smooth less over Spread than the bottom 1 about cup) >easy Pc. HAMG-U SSW CMS MM?' ,' e frozen'toads Pk9t::; 49cS.

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pie plate; sprinkle with the pecans -
1 1 N; mixed with the chocolate 1 Pecan Rolls '
I mix. Spoon over the remainIng 9 8 Omit 1 par customer with
j'j'l' I batter, spreading lightly perclassos of $3.00
.' with 'a small spatula. (Itdoesn aoe arrarata. : -"', : :, 79 or ......
t matter if a little of the ' '
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1. win the batter.) Bake in a moderate -
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1 browned and top springs back .
Green Peas
,1 lightly when touched-35 to 40 'a 111'111
t minutes: make sure center of /
cake Is baked through Cool In STEAK SET 1o0R. .I \
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I The GONDOLIER Venice. Fla. Monday; 31uq-usl 2", n64-7 ',' ':

Causeway Hearing I E'wood Legion Given Award Two Thefts-

.'St... Slated TuesdayA ENGLEWOODLemon Bay Commander Haste at the Englewood Being Probed

public hearing on the !Issuance Post 278, American Legion, Nurseries i

of a dredge and fill per received a citation from national Chaplain Sheppard reminded
mit (for construction of a causeway Legion headquarters last the Legionnaires that the Pos Theft of a lawnmower from

across Lemon Bay at the Monday for attaining an all- will attend Church Services .t the Paul Davis residence on

nort t nnd of Manasota Key has time high in membership for 10 the Englewood Community Casey Key Is under investlf
----- lion by Deputy Sheriff C. N.
bell,set by the Sarasota County successive years. Presbyterian Church on the

CLASSIFIED Houses For SaleCBS Commission. The last Sunday in August as the (Cap) Stevens.'I
Business Personals citation
I lost was presented also are Investigating I
I Siding as the Water and Navgation Deputies
Poet Post's participation in the Na
RATES 4 BEDROOMS FlorId Dressmaking,, alteration drapertes Control Authority 'thecemrntsslon Commander Bill Haste by tlonwlde Legion Back to God the theft of seven quarts ot

room, the both Golden Beaci eta reasonable its-UK SOLITAIRE! EMERALD KING has scheduled the I Sawyer District Albritton Florida'sEighth Campaign. The Legionnaires oil from Dick's Shell Service,

", section 82t) Roberta St. and diamond wedding ring heaving for 8.SS: a.mi Tuesday, Commander. will assemble at Post headquarters Albee Road and U. S. 41.
Charge Me day E SHEPARD on Nokomis Beach off pavilion Auj 25, In the commission Monday's meeting was feat at 8 a.m. and march
RentalsSMALL Reward. Contact The Gondolier cha fibers.Tj ured by addresses by Carl Mil
to the church.
In column
Newspaper proposed temporary ler Jr. and Steve Gwaltney,
S1.50 LUMBER CO. Two visiting Legionnaires FORD DEALER
caumway! would provide easy Englewood's representatives at I IIS
FRAME! HOUSE! m 1003 N. Wa.htngton Blvd. between the mainlandand the recent Florida American Fred L. Shearer of Pennsylvania :
word minimum)' Laurel, *** per mo- Phone accjM Dominick Mazzuccl '
((12 Saraiofs Money To Loan the key for residents living Legion Boy's State in Tallahassee. and '

Additional! Word. Men fe 488-2638 or 488.3539.FURNISHED at t toe north end of the penlnsu .The boys gave comprehensive of Long Island New York,

1 ROOMS and ELLIOTT PAULfor BUSINESS! OR PROPERTY! la vhtle a new bridge spanning talks on the activities of were guests and were warmly;

CASH r<.t.., both Thursday bath. Yearly rate $65. Metier,. Loans. Unlimited funds avail- the Inland waterway is under the 1964 event. Both expressedtheir welcomed. At the conclusion of

and Monday Edition del Apti., 517 Menendes St. able. Personal appointment arranged '- construction appreciation to the Le- the session a social hour was

Ph. 4883012. ROOF TRUSSES S. M. Box 746, In can Key dwellers for a time fear gion and Englewood! Rotary for enjoyed with a buffet luncheon
$1.40 Alum Windows A Doors of this paper. ed they would have to travel sponsoring them at the convention served by "Cher' C. F. Higgtn U V
e an-. vat.......... ...._
the conference botham.
Vo l... I an.. .."' .........-. iVi?q. Roofing ft Painting many miles out of their way and A
'III word minimum)) Owa... LOU JACOBS. .81..." Phone 481-2132 Venice in the event of illness or the was educational and entertaining .

Addittonil Words. each Bah Lega! necessary; for evacuation from and "an experience of a E '!
FURNISHED APARTMENTS, TYPEWRITERS! : and Adding heir homes in case of a sever lifetime." Add More\ Names L
Mme *sa *' 4IWD reasonable. Walk to bead Machines (mechanically: op. NOTICE D
u*. DIM, to S *aria...:al M r.r and shopping. Call 488-3447. erated) Chemically: cleaned oth' than ant thor b epon Inauemd. tr. red uyrba... tropical storm or hurricane. Three ex-servicemen enroll Lists U
M e bt Mhrnult With the bridge already ed In the ranks of the Ameri- To School a
lor '
'pr a.e=:. .a .n.i Evenings 474.2569.EFFICIENCY like new. Just $12.SO plus parts alp & Cherie, __WODw C
Iol' ;;: ek.n K u Ina : U required All makes. Venice tor. Caadla-Llte' Motel.VtHCBNT ambulances and flreflM-1 can Legion at the meeting and II E
;: log equipment must currently administered the Legion The of Mrs Fern Seg- A
I..-woes.."NiriWrniCLASSIFIED.. Cottag Nicely Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. IN Tall! OOtlNTY JUDOr'a: COURT were name
furnished. Screened porch 488-4111 IN AND l'Oa IAIUIIOT- COUNTY. detour through Englewood in obligation by CommanderHaste erlind as a new fulltime teacher S

DISPLAY Neach Beach. Phone 468-1804. I'I.IRIDA.IN Rxt JIIot&1I at IN PROBAYR the event of an emergency and Chaplain Sheppard.The at Venice Elementary! R - - - -

Help Wanted : J. HUXSKK! new Legionnaires are School Inadvertently omitted
On Edition p.f Inch $3.00 TRAILVIEW! APT. for rent by Dacnaaaa. JJo. nil Charles E. Harless. Leycester from the list of new South

loth Editions, rr Inch $3.50 year. Completely furnished"Automotie SALESMAN WANTED.!: Must TO AU sconce CREDITORS:TO CREDITORS AND OTTOS Legal;, Gwaltney and Ronald L. Kieb- County teachers in the Thurs- SEE FORYOURSELF

heat and air con have car. Apply c..F. Rick- PERSONS HAVING CLAIM' NOTICE OF INTENTION: ler. day GONDOLIER school I :
ads In.dYlnc. ditloned. 1000 Sq. ft. On I E! AGAINST TUB ABOVE STATE:, TO HEOisTBR: FICTITIOUS NAn
elinlfid p.y.bU ard Venice
All Transit & Storage Vm m II.otiliool .... raqi lra4la .. .. Commander Haste announce roundup story. ti:
Tampa St., close to Th. endy..wrt door ".hOn wrdfrthai , .n!.l>ltinwdiceowtTa. Tel. 888-4184. stores WE! NEED Licensed Real flte aar..10''''' or ......n. weld ha b eo-rW Inn. a 'VI';Df"V .bttil.M ed that the Post's "Early Bird" Mrs. Se.erltnd was a YES
Estate you iar h. a aralnat DM rid vital lithe Vo ". fa.,
at 1714 Rn. Trail or- teacher last year
af'loa of tin County Jndta of 8ara : ,. campaign is getting substitute -
People. New class by 4,, Ida fltt'i1- ,am, of ALL BRAND membership at - -
2 BEDROOM HOUSE, unfur Kathleen iota "Iorl'.. In the CourthoiMt WINDOW npntVTOR CO. and feat off to an early start this and two years ago taught
Wilkinson to start Baraaota! Florida" vllliln llx l IC> i . SALAXIE
aid firm la a-m-mwl of tha follnwlnf Catholic School. 63
CANCELLATION or nlshed. Plenty room for children Thursday Sept. 10 at 262 South
year with the mission of attaining Epiphany
ADJUSTMENT and pets. Phone 4886781. TraiL John McLaury Real Estate of ",I. lotliio. Baeh .Ulmonnud .or, Idn..m r fnlMNaCut its membership quotaat Others joining the Venice SI 895. d
mart bt In writlnl I. duplicate 0. Bnndb.a. 1044 wood a I staff for
Rtqimh for eane.llitton .. S BEDROOM Phone 488-5551 or 488- and moO itate U.Oc..f Naldmaiand a record early date. He an- Elementary teaching '
HOUSE on the( port orfloo addraa. of ha .1.1... .. Ovarator first time included Mrs 63 PLYMOUTH Wagon
56D8. mhlp' of AH Brand Window nounced that dues be paidto the
dluitm.nt b I e a u t of ....... ,
of water. Nicely furnished ant, and morn bo to br th claim c.., I. a> '01""'"., of South Point,
Bark- Kelly
irrof\ mutt be mad. for NPC. Phone 488-3681 ant. Ml" rant or kto attornor, or It will Carl C. ....d...... 100 par aank cochairmanVhitford Henrietta $1695.
PILOTS hMona Told aowrdlnt to ..... Claim" It If nr lairds to apnl la Ski ley at Legion Headquarters to Ohio, and two transfers from
Thursday Gondolier: BEFORE MALE OR FEMALE r..". mar. Ho obtained at tha County lark" of Uia Circuit: Court In and for to Elementary Mrs '63 CHEVY 4 DOOR
Monday For Mon Wanted To Rent .ld..'. otflo a. th. Courthooaa ta s.raaota County, Florida" to ....... tilt Adjutant Clark Eccles or Nokomis
( p/n. on needed for daily plane tours rid ..... All Brand Window OnaratorCo. Nina Kiesling and Mrs. Flor- I
ciy Gondolier BEFORE Spjn. from Venice Air Base Must Saraaota.ESTELLB: K. KUNEKE: .. ander t)<. nro...,... of ChaptartOMI. ence Smith. $1895.
MOTHER and have BiaouMx or Uw latata: of La..a of Florlila. AoH of Mil.Wltn '
on Thurd.y. eight-year-old 500 hours and Florid Vlnoant 3 H...... dartaaai BIT kaad title It oar of Aarrt With one teacher leaving, the 62 RAMBLER Wagon
PHONE son wish 2 Bedroom Furnished '- Real Estate License. IMMED HAZEN a IBPHORDINQ, J"" instructional staff at VES will
or preferrably unfur IATE TOP EARNINGS. Call Florida' Power 4 Ufbt" Building, CARL C. SUWMF.RG.Pud. !: three faculty $1095.
S4, II, rMvk. T. ,IM4. be Increased by .
fished! 'anloa. Florida Am IT. '
house. Prefer near 958-1187 collect for appointment Attornara for "'. Pxanitrlx.Pnblliht e1' members.The '62 FAIRLANE 4 Dr. ; '.
4884125 beach. Call 488-8388 after (I. Ant. 1/. II. Kent T, 14 1M4
m Ta' COURT 0' THE COUNTY NAn vegetation In a bog maybe
Lots For Sale wants live-wire licensed real FWIDA. IN PROBATE: The andtralirnid do hr>df cartlfr that compressed Into layers 61

END OF SUMMER CLEAR. estate salesman. Reply J. C.. In 'j\C\ 500.50.6W., WIARD. I thar r aonduetlnf at ass :Tamlaml Barbs and Trill Baau undo Sores Work peat, sometimes 60 feet deep. $1095.

VBNICI klRIDRNCI fOTS ANCE Big for Box 748. Venice. -.... Probate N... TTM. th< fletltloin nama of Film Barlwnd
VENICE" BUSINFJtB' BITRSOWNM. money your Brutsad that Mid arm to rae '61 FALCON WAGON
set on Zenith Color TV. Danish ADDMINISSTRAUNNECESBARYrA poud of tha fnllowlnapanoni' whoMmmm "
Modern styling in genuine oil Female Help WantedTWO A awaoa* here ...... or daman '5 and placer of frld..o ara r $995. ,

ELK INLET Se.wallwd prlv- finished walnut veneers and anlnrt, tha tatata of GEORGE W. iepVan? P. Douihartr, P. O. Barn T/1, :
LADIES WIARD. tha abovo namad. drnwaird. arc E"I.. T1j1rBabe's 59 IMPALA 1,
ate boat basins I B! .U Kilton, select hardwood solids I $615. at baby. notified that. an Ord. of Administration Hlldrad. L oap..... P. O. Box Tl,
Birshoro Drive. Nokomlt. Metal cabinet (82 channels). I once for canvassing In Nokomis UnnoooMarr h.. .barn on* $895. : ,
Venice Englewood, toad br tho Bon. JOHN T. GRAHAM. "owmrahlp of Fata. ud Bury .
$400. Black & White TV Ifl-ln.
County Jndaai that the total win nluii la aa follow.IBtuphan '58 FORD 500
Real Estate portable (82 channels) $140; I Port Charlotte and North Port of aald Florida ..-" aa lot forth ..d P. Dourharty: 10 par aant, ',
19-ln. portable (82 channels) Charlotte areas No selling. 4 driwmlnod' hi. Mid .'or. ta II. 7I Its Mlldrad' L Doulb_. M par _.. ,:
NEW $395. :
of th. tta
hours and that tic nama and aiMram It k our Intaitloa to apply to .
$ilSO. Alpha Music & Appliance per day B days a week. arm to whom old aatafa VIM brranlrnod Clark af the Circuit Court In and forSaraaota
WHY BUILD when you can 307 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488- No layoffs. Permanent employ. .br mob ardor .., SADIE!: MA.. Curt, Florida" to raa-litar thaaid "
buy homes at sacrifice ment. Call No. Port Charlotte MIX WIARD M. .. amt 411. Eastwood . moo Palm Barber and Bust* an
2618. ChinMr SOIU.wm Plumbing Co.
dr the
prices? We have a $18,500 value 26-1415 for appointment for In- BRASWEU a BROWN of Pit: A:of 1511.with. LOW "-
tor $12,000, 2 bedrooms, 2 WO BABY BEDS, $5 each. tervlew. Tuesday and Wednesday Byt Of Jaekaon CounitL S. Bndfritrlr.NWmmb thai St tar of 488-2402 488-5282 I JUST DRIVERS : ,

bathe, fine location City of Phone 488-2639. Aug. 25 28. 0 til 10 a.m.VHITE Bank Building Only 1M4 MILDRED: I. DOTJCITERTT.!: Radio Equipped Trucks "
Venice P. 0. Box T4t, STEPHEN P. DOUGHERTY.PebIRh "A'
P. O. Box 454. Nokomis '
Vanloa Florida Ate .. n. 11054, 56 PONTIAC
Two bedroom home 2 blocks _Pianos- I -,Housework and cook Po' API. I'. 14. 1. ....... T, 1M4WTHB 10. PRICESON '
from Gulf fireplace, corner 1 Steinway Rnrbe + Everett ing dinner for 2 adults 6 $125.t'

lot, right-of-way) tfl-'the Besclr George Sleek" '.' Winter Cable days.;:-'Transportation necessary. IN AND COUNTY FOR SARASOTA JUDGE'S: COUNTY COURT Ruberoid PONTIAC .

'111500., ,Nelson Fayette S. Cable Call 488-1338. FLORIDA IN r PROBATE Barrett Approved Approved All 57

Unusually nice 3 bedroom, 2 Hallett & Davis: IDA IN Ml MAT: BSTAT8 CASE OF DooiaiadProbau $295.
bath home large kitchen Flor- I Musette Players Polo. No. T7$TKOTICI GENERALELECTRIC
hostess and earn credits toward '60 GALAXIE 4 Dr.
Bay Pianola Players free human hair Sara- Utti* ''I1JHITt '4vn
I buy at $28,500.On -or"n_ ALL CREDITORS AND $695.
For Information phone HAVINO CLAIMS OR REMANDS "

Bay, exclusive wide part subdivision of Sarasota 2 I Allen SELECTION. Lowrey OJ'I Wig.Sarasota 9240060. Tou b.....SAID.. aotlflod ESTATE and, raqulrodto A I$' $f J'OI P CENTRAL '59 RAMBLER WAGON 1,

COMPLETE flla. ..y .10.... or dmand which yon
bedroom, 2 bath home US ft. I REBUILT, RECONDITIONEDAND POSITION AVAILABLE for mar hara atalnal, "'. bte'o: e.ruou 5450.TRUCKS '
of May Cam, Daooaiod. late of
seawall fireplace with
GUARANTEED experienced secretary HEATINGAND
FULLY On..... Florida In On offlM of Hon. DAVIS ROOFING CO.
screened Lanes reduced to PIANOS AND ORGANS building> firm. Shorthand typIng JOHN T. OBAHAM ......... Countyodia LESTER

((21,500 and will consider an FROM $i:. bookkeeping required. J"Saraiote., .hi Florida tba .County, within Court all H.Lads.... ., Earle L. Kilton John C. Bennett

offer. Florida's Largest Music Co." Call 488-1350 for appointment. month from tha date of the tint ...... Complete Roofing Contractor '
Duplex, 2 bedroom each '10._ of tall Notloo. I
aide CANNON MUSIC CO. z.... alalm or ttaml. tnuat ko Invrtk. SPRAY COATINGOn AIRCONDITIONING
furnished, one side rented Male Help WantedDEBIT .. and .In duplleatai ihall ..... tha ac
a deal at 18000. 1301 1st St. P..... of _Id.... and poll offle ad Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roofs ''63 CHEVY PICK-UP
dorm of tha Claimant! ahall ba
We have Theatre I Sales
other Florida
many Opp. to by tha Claimant. hla. wet or hitttornoyl Nokomis, Fl. Ph. 488-5913
and lots whose owners will sacrifice Open Thurs. A Frl til 9 p.m.I I man. Age 2545. Married hall ba tlMompanlod by a $1395.
value for cash. 958-lOir school graduate. Sales experience 11.01 fllln* too and any luek alalm or :
Easy Ph. High _... *o* ao flM ahall ba .... ThaUnt EQUIPMENTI 61 THAMES VAN ,
terms can be arranged on preferred but liisur- foa may ko addnl. to tho amountof
Motorcycle. Good tires ... ba ob.telnd .. BUILD A HOME? $695. .'
many of our listings HO-Ped( once experience not necessary.VenlceEnglewood . .1.1. and claim farm may PLANNING TO :x
and running condition. Only area. One torn tki County Judm offloa CAll.TODAY '' ,,
MARKLE Realtor WILLARD L.. CA8B.aa Before you see our 58
Ph. 488-470 175.. 488-1231. year resident preferred. Must Admlnblrator, ., th. niate MODELS IN FOR ESTIMATES \
I have car. Excellent earnings to of Ida May Cua, Dmw..d.Aural $450.
SOFA BED, good condition Froand D>an.P .
BEDROOM HOUSE! In Van 1 aO. phone 488-465S. tart and opportunities for O Box 1ITI VENICE EAST '51 CHEVY PICK-UP L
ice. Close to schools stores. much higher earnings and ad- lit N gt 1 '
a '
w> Paved street. Large shade FUEL OIL TANKS stands. vancement. Write giving quailications . Au Vmloa.. .. 1 Fbkablhkl IT. 14. 1M4. 6 miles South of Veniceon 'f. W 'JoW; ,t RMJ$, $200. f.'

trPe.. Rent $75 monthln: Sale- Fuel oil deliveries. S&H to p. O. Box 3590, M 11111 COUNTY JDDOlfS COURT the Tamlamr Tr. (U.S. 41)) -

low down payment. Phone 488- Green Stamps. Standard HeatIng Sarasota. SARASOTA COUNTY
1231. Service. Across from fire ,:w'R A.I'O. IN PROBATIIN : BUILDERS OF 6 MEDALLION HOMES
I Situations Wanted Et on'. bar of "
station. 488-4052. ARTHUR CLAUD NoCASWELL. ,-
PRIVATE: PARTY wants II .. a/k/a II.AfIN Bill Phillips .
I lat'j APACHE! Mid Iron CLAUD C ''WJIIJ.:
or 4 bedroom home WANTED Washings
....... ,GLJLF
of Trail. I World's best built best selling Pick-up and delivery.I I
Have 2 Bedroom 2 hogs I NOTICE TO CREDITORS 0t./ COOUNO .,'
bath on Harbor Drive to trade camper trailer. Special Phone 4882575. OTHER: FORD
ta Box 286, Venice. Fla. I demonstrator sale now goingon. PERSONS!: RAVING CLAIMS AGAINST <:CH IXfJCIt( crN' (; ,, '
down and Wanted rBB ABOVB KSTATtt 4
Little money : Boat 1 Toa karaor aotlfla and ranilraj, 744 VENICE AVE. E,
ara :
Houses For' Sal low bank payr nts.. a ".. acv .101.... ar dmaadi whlokml QGMR A NY "The most affordable c:? '

By I CAMPER'S WORLD WANTED 12 or 14 Ft Boat 50.a'.f to wrihha'rCethaea. I.'.aatatan oflaraaota J:: PH. 488.5359 FORDS in Florida ''d "

OWNER. Completely fuN 100 N. Washington Blvd. with or without inboard Coaatr. PI""' .. In a.. Court.llalm '
Mass Bros.) Smith. Box 746, Venice. S..e at 515,141. wlthh d.Ai '
Income fished efficiency 2 bedroom CB with I (Opp.Sarasota rem p11moistOn:: SI.. aaNNle.. .:Leh P. O. Boi 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice, Florida 'J S. Trail Venice: Ph. 4884787INTERESTED '
Priced Boats For Sale or domand mmt bo In _II.... InhipKwta I
reasonably Must be : Co. .... mm. star the pies of
seen to be Trl-County Equipment offka addrom. of the
appreciated. Phone rtaldonoa and port ,' '
I ijahnant, and muat ba .worn to by th.ilalmant. ;
.7'-2308. ,
SARASOTA FLA\ SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. : kin hli attonoy, orIt LARGER
.1 BELL RD. aunt or "
length 8-ft beam Pinto-Vet. will k eoma told aveordlnff. to ..... DISTINCTIVE

BEAUTIFUL log Ranch Type Home Landscaped, large Uv- This week 955-5705 specials/ on vo fibre"'Tunnel. All HELEN Admlnbtratrix' Clan GOBRECHT. Cuw.ll.of tha Ettate a/k/a ofArthnr Real Estate Corner D .11 I

two area bed. dining space, kitchen Black & Decker Tools 2-in.. Wonderful for bay and BOONE c:1 i'N'i..i.sPHORDINO' D ,< i
t rooms two baths, pantry ,ulf. Lots Of room for chain Florida Pews Light Bulldlnl ,
UUllt3r man'i work shop and fishing tackle. $995. Phone Von,.. Florida.Attornvu .
electric heat air conditloniog. House hold Good ': for tho EiUte.Publltkl :, ,. ... -
488-3157 Ant. IT, 14 II. Stpi J. I ,
large 5creend-ln porch, double . ? .
J"1x rt, tool room. Tel. 488-- 8 PC.' RATTAN SET! like new. 1 "
Industrial! Conditioned
Foam cushions; 3 PC. sectional WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. INTERESTED ? Air
I chair 2 end ; RAMBLER DODGE
BEDROOMS. 2 Bath alr..conclJtloned : bed complete, foamemattress.Can 481-3965-488-6150 100' X 200' ON R.R. Sanitary Sewer. i ;
>I5 S. Tamtam! Trail!
lot' rd CBHou b> Vnc be seen at Venice Transit ns. Phone 488-6719 SPECIALIST .
Co.Business Bath Dwelling
Owe and Storage I r,
iii'; after 8. 4881770. Personals e Repair Lubricate Chassis Agent for .Weatern Union ,..ll4IIrapiaMoncl.y 541 Shamrock Blvd

II ,.i 11.1.i ads...... ....... Pd..,. S Front End Alignment'' .> 011 Change thrv Friday 9 to 51 Saturday to I MICKLETHWAITREALTOR TOTAL PRICE $12,700

J.- boo VlrIOn4.JACOB.00.51 Daatr.,/ WINDOWS & BATH enclosures e Front End Overhaul .> Adjust Headlight Beams

Nothing down, Easy: terms.S . Wheel Balancing .> Electrical Repairs CLOSED SUNDAYS l H.N.WIMMERSREALTOR ti
.. 3 Bedroom 2 & H Stamps. All Brand Co. ,. Engine Overhaul .i Any Automatic or StandS HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 801 I Laquna Drive

Iebath. P. Reasonable. Easy 48K-18J4. 1724 S. TraIL Radio Repalrt ard Transmlstlon( Repair 188-4621 I 221 W. Miami Ave L19E5300/!
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4884474. Airconditlontnq Repair and Installation
** nice home In choice U>- ITS A

brae bedroom, m bath., Oeocan lost or stolen credit cards. At This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath home t rl planned for .
be. used r" a third $10,000 coverage $28 three gracious living. Beautiful Duplei on Lad*. Well arranged and He "rem

-*'<>'n. Urge utility room years For full particular' Member Chamber el Commerce Enclosed swimming pool and fireplace, central heat on One side completely furnhhtd. Mutt be seen to be ap

screen tTe carport eta.'law stop In or call DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE walUanduaped spacious lot. preciated. i y

Rei. H Phane corner lot. tao HILL EDOE-VanORSDALE Heating and Air Conditioning Back lot enclosed with Unit chain fence. $12,650

48848M AGENCY to sell $19,700. Think"' $2000 Cash Would Handle,
1 iDR.: 2 BATH AliNcondltlon- 111 W. Venice Ave. ttoZ8RUBBER Heating 6 Air Conditioning 'Installation' priced

CiS!> Custom built ><"".. V.O. Gas, Ranges Wate'rHeattrl FRANK C. RAEBURN ., GULF REALTY

ropy Crete sewer bterlor. ndscapin, ("( and and : STAMPS made to or. ,- Free) EittmeteiNe REALTOR p' Bruce Thomson Ren Cobb, Joseph Sane, Assoc ..*
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New Tower In Myakka Park I Bridge Scores I to method can deer hunting be from to enjoyed economically areas overstocked by where Florida'herds move they

71,000 deer hunters. This is a
I Bridge Studio, Auf. 10th Tomlinson, 26. four-in-one program designedto
1-Mrs. J. H. Morris, Col. V. Bridge Studio. Aug. 11th eliminate crop damage, pre
Affords Wildlife View B. Dixon. 43tt. I I 1-Mrs. C. Carlson, Mrs. J. H. ,vent dear starvation, provide
I 2-Mr*. C. Carlson, M. Schoen- Morris, 32. more sport, and establish new
feld, 43.34Mrs. -Col. I. Nelson, M. Schoen. deer herds.
Y L. J. Unertle. V. B. feld, 31.
There Is something new under covery: state park and Audubon akka River State Park, transportation I Other research plans range
Carter, 404. 3-Mrs. M. Bargas, Mrs. E.
from with
the in State officials have been anxiousfor the experiments tranquilizers -
sun Myakka to site at first
3-4-Mra. C. E. Bryant, Mrs.H. Schlcchitano, 30.VenlceNokomls.
I Park and bird fanciers love itl! the lookout tower to be I presented a problem. This dilemma on wild deer, turkey,
__ Pw Lawrence 40V4. Woman'sClub and doves, to tatooing alligators .
I Situated in the wilds of the built. was solved by the acquisition J:: "It. - H'>
10th 13th
Bridge Studio, Apr. Aur. and will include studies
) park, miles from civilization, is The tower will enable visitors of a small used school VENICE GARDENS AQUAMAIDS execute two of the ma- 1-Mrs. R. McNamara, Mrs. 1-Mrs. J. Kimball, Mrs. H. on quail; squirrel and waterfowl
a 30-foot tall tower which Is to view the rookery without bus. Four tours weekly are .
neuvers included In their water ballet repertoire during a re- R. Gamble, 27. Lawrence, 454.2Mrs and their requirementsfor
i providing wildlife lovers and disturbing the birds. The scheduled. The bus gathers its hearsal session at the Venice Gardens Recreation Center 23A. Cole.. Mrs. F. Hulhern, L. J. Unertle A. survival and Increase in
bird watchers an opportunity viewing platform of the toweris passengers and heads for the pool. Clown diving acts from the high board (center) by a 26. Campbell 43. Florida.
I I to observe firsthand one of the. 30 feet above ground and can tower in the late afternoon group of boys highlighted a recent performance for Gardens 2-3-Mrs. J. G. Kalec, W.QUITE 3-V. B. Carter, A. JourneayJr. I
I largest bird rookeries in Florida accommodate 24 people at one every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday residents. .. 39. Like other lizards,
time. It is partially shielded and Sunday. The tour, many
4-5-Miss E. Morison, Mrs. J. Komodo monitors sleep the
This rookery which contains from the rookery by trees and Including the bus ride costs H. Morris. 35H.
night in dens dug out of stone
from a half million to a million high bushes. one dollar each for adults and 4-5-Col. V. B. Dixon, M. :
piles tree
I water fowl, was discovered Since the tower and rookeryare twenrv-five sents for children, Schoenfeld 35V4. or among roots.
nearly three years ago. Since approximately seven miles plus] tax. Bridge Studio, Aug. 14th
the announcement of the dis from the main entrance to My- To get to the park from the I 1-Mrs. W. Tomlinson, Mrs. J.
Venice area, go up U. S. 41 to I H. Morris. 83',4.\
Bee Ridge Road and turn right I 2 Mrs. F. Mulhera, Mrs. M. TRADIN' TIMEAll
on state road 72. It Is 17 miles Bargas, 74.
east of Sarasota. This massive r Drw 3-Mrs. V. B. Carter, H.Reimer. .
I SOME LIABILITY INSURANCE? park embraces 29,000 acres .r ? 71. New 1964
and Is considered one of the 4-Mrs. A. Baum, Mrs. F.
most interesting in the state Bridges 69. Models Are Here
j parks system. Venire Contract Bridge
The park Is nationally noted Club, Anr. 14th Now is the time
for the variety and quantity of 1-Mrs. H. Lawrence, Co). I.
Yes sir! aquatic and other birds and its Nelson, 65H. to save $ $ $ $

several large rookeries. Other 2-A. G. Campbell A. Journey Take advantage of our
() wildlife abound in the park. It Jr.. 63.
Call Is not unusual to see huge -Mrs. R. N. Gould, R. N.
me today for flocks of turkey, deer, raccoon, ::1 Gould.64t%. HIGH
the Personal Touch alligator, and many other ani L r r 4-Mrs. R .V. Handley, R. V. Trade-In Allowances
mals. Handley, 54.
of Tailored Protection u'
Among the recreational features .w ) NOW
I t of the park are several I WildlifeProgramUnder
.pa clous picnic areas rental
boats and boat launching facilities
I overnight campgrounds Study "THEY GOTTA GO"

I family vacation cabIns TALLAHASSEE Fifteen
bar-b-que pits and a rustic wildlife biologists stationed Wolfer Motors
museum. i throughout Florida will be
I Sites in the campground are working! on approximately 50 951 S. TRAIL
) available on a first come first .a4'I wildlife management problems
served basis, but the vacation S during the coming year to con Venice, FU
I cabins must be reserved. For serve wildlife and at the same
cabin reservations write to time put more game In the YOURRAMBLER
Superintendent, Myakka River hunter's bag, announced H. E.
State Park, Route No. 1, Sarasota Wallace chief Game Management
rItPfr Division,
Game and
.u dnx tt Last year more than 140,000 Fresh Water Fish Commission. DODGE CAR and
L people visited this outstandingstate t For the next three years one I I
: a- park. This year why don't r rh of these studies is a high priority TRUCK DEALER
i you treat yourself and do the program to discover a

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; ,i 512 Venezia enjoyable day of GOLF CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered., vinyl,
Parkway \ 1
i burlap, parchment, eta MADE TO ORDER

'a'I, Venice Ph. 488.2491 TRY AT Reasonable PRICES ft Prompt Service.
'I -
CLUB Also hundred of stock. All
L.-aow--: J _.._. _Y i G 'I. 7 lampshades In
+ DAILY GREEN CO A A shapes'and siresWe ,
f If dJn", -l1.. 'S', ,''I FEES .. . .,.., A HAUL A. M. Sherman, 409 Rivl- weighed in at \2Vt and 214 pounds. He went Mot Lamps Out of Vases forf/M./ CIa
of fishing out again Friday morning and brought homea
\ ". I I era, had a highly successful day LAMP REPAIR a BRASS POLISHING
Just Off Be. Rd.
Ridge Thursday when he caught these two beauties! snook, using a white buck-tail dud
j Ills S. Trail block of Sean
I South of Sarasota / North
off the south Jetty while using a rebel lure and for a lure.
'I ., Ir a 20-lb. test line on a spinning outfit. They -IN SARASOTA -
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- IF L i i'.1 The Southern Comfort " NOW OPEN, I Class B Pair Ties For First NOW ON BEAUTIFUL OPEN IN NEW NOKOMIS 4-LANED '

-'- Low net honors sharedby with 42.Florence.
T' : were a U.S. 41 DONNA
: on
I : Bee Stewart and Stephanie Beatty was first In
j SEE IT AT Duke In the regular weekly Class C with a 43, while Ethel
I tournament held Wednesday by Bickel was runnerup with a
: ,,1' [I' 1 SouthVenice the Lake Venicj Women's Golf 45. G & L SERVICE
,. .I'i Blvd. Association at Lake Venice Twenty-one members participated
Golf Club. Playing in Class B, in the tourney. This
i andAlligator they each scored 41'.. week's event will also be a low FEATURING .
IJ :i Drive Runnerup In Class B was net affair.
rt SOUTH VENICEDesigned Emma Manning with a 41tt,
ire the same score turned by ClassA ,
I winner Olive Amell. Rella ATTENTION
Beighey was second in Class A VENICE GOLFERSPLAY

ji r r Coconut Is delicious sprinkledover
: On West Coast's Sportiest;
.. ,t white,a yellow white or frosting banana atop cake.a 9 HOLE PAR 3 LAYOUT
For extra Interest blend the TOMMY BOLT'S
coconut with grated lemon ,
& Built by rind. The blending job will be Golden T Golf
2 bedroom, 2 bath, large living room easiest if you turn flaked coco Regular and Premium Gasolines
FRANCIS EVANS nut into a bowl sprinkle It with MARATHON &
room. OIL
lemon rind then
and work together
1 2190 South U.S. 41 Few homes are so carefully executed with the back of a wooden Court and Driving Range Come In & Get AcquaInted s

.t. 'Venice Florida to the maximum of spoon. Use Vi teaspoon of OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. OPEN 7 ,A.M. to 11
(Just N.:of Cyrot) provide ease, comfort rind to H cup coconut. P.M.
f: ph. 488.1553 and spaciousness. Stidney Pt. & Clark Rd. HARVEY LOSEY
I I Gold was first discovered In __ FOR OUR GRAND OtfWNGt'n /
Colorado at Enjlewood in 18 g.q r-
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