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 27, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00228
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Get Ready- Now For Cleo 1 For Majority Erosion Sign Plan Up, South Harbor .Drive Sv;




\\111 Hurricane Cleo movtowards - e Up-date and refresh

.. South Florida, Mayor Smyth D. Brohard your first-aid kit. Edmondson SaysNearly

|I. a good time for South said Tuesday night he will
noW .
To
count residents to takesome serve as the city's civil defense conserve water, stock
necessary precautions. director in the eventof up with paper plates. Have three-fourths of the Road Block Lifted Ii

Tile area has not been hit an emergency handy small tools such as Gulf front property owners In

iD modern times by a hur. The city's chief executive screwdrivers and hammer., pliers, nails the county area of the proposed
to Venice Area Erosion District
The nearest thing
Heine. said he felt, since the police '

II I wu when Donna swept department and Its auxiliaryare e If you should have to have the sogned district petitions George approving The last barrier to extension $302,479 city tax roll which pre 8 council meeting at 8 p.m. In vented at the 50th anniversary y.;; .
1960.
lose DT In alarmist trained to cope with leave your home to take refuge Edmondson reported this week. of South Harbor Drive throughthe viously had been equalized the City Hall. celebration of Miami Beach r
without being In a public shelter, take
So, emergencies, they could do favorable. The city has
of This represents approximately Venice Airport has been following a public hearing. Beach Equipment Okayed was .
matter common a folding cot or sleeping bagor
but II a the than
job better untrained been invited to participate by
nose It li suggested thatthe volunteers pad; a flashlight or lantern 33 owners of beach front removed with the receipt of an The sewer rates for mobile- Purchase of additional equipment sending float marching unitor

following precautions be a small quantity of water property. easement for the road across a home parks such as Frank for use by lifeguards at band a take in the
The subject came up at Edmondson's latest report of the V. S. Coast to part
blankets, special foods comer Walther's Colonial Manor, the city beach was authorizedby
taklD: oft
01 canned the council meeting when and utensils to prepare them. was contained In a letter to Guard's Loran Station prop were set at 50 per cent of the council. The equipment in- March 27 parade kicking
supply
LaIn the celebration.
a Councilman Ralph Anderson Robert Zlnn, deputy clerk of year-long ,
water bill.Council eludes a pair of binoculars, already
melt, soups, fruit Juices, asked about the appointmentof Skip the non-essentials courts for Sarasota County, erty.Venice City Council Tuesday purchased by LifeguardDon In other business, the council -
tabled until the next
babies invalids
special foods for a CD director with the and leave the portable TV following the receipt of two night authorized Mayor SmythD. full 8 Breding at $29; three torpedo :
regular meeting Sept.
and the aged; powder- possible threat to the area at home. You might find It Brohard to sign the instrument action bill for floats at $15 each and investigation C Adopted on third and final
evaporated milk, I on a $120.05from ;
rf and and cookies and of Hurricane Cleo. stimulating and enjoyable to The Sarasota County Com- I and have it recorded. Acceptance a Sarasota law firm for into the purchaseof reading Ordinance 378, amending ,

sackers talk to your family or neighbors slon Tuesday set Feb. 9, of the easement by defending a trespass case a double-end dory the city building code to .
cereals.
dried instead. 1965, as the dale for a special the West Coast Inland Navigation against Henry W Baukat Ven Several improvements at the allow construction of marquees
have e It Is Important to have
to can
lie lure a District will release Venice Airport also
Stay tuned In on radio referendum on creation some ice area electrical contractorand were au between building and curb
a battery radio, Sterno or other selfoperating $60,000 now in escrow for financial thorized. Council agreed to
opener station WAMR for advisories of a Venice Beach Erosion member of the city's electrical lines in the downtown business
//lishlllthts, an electrle lant- stove, matches, mops, District. assistance in constructing spend $300 for construction of district.
: examining board. Bau
in, til with spare batteries. rags and buckets. from local authorities. the new access road. a five-foot chain link fence between
.6 kat was given a summons July
_._ City Attorney M. A. Braswell the Teen Haven youth e Okayed the toning for a
IT"'" 16, allegedly while examiningthe
more petitions after last transfer of a liquor license :
said the easement contains a center and two adjacent airport
day's public hearing Thure-I wiring in a warehouse own. from' the Deckhouse restaurantto
reversion which 't
clause might buildings, mainly to keep .
ed by Orville Ives former city
erosion district proposal. not be acceptable to the cars off the taxi strips and George F. Gibbs Jr., owner

"As of today, 74\4 per cent WCIND's legal counsel, Dewey waterworks superintendent.In runways. of the property.
1 S ? of the Gulf I front property area I an informal discussion
Dye. He described the clause, Council also authorized the o Referred a request from
owners (In the county) have' Tuesday afternoon council
however as merely a safe. expenditure of some $600 for ranees K. Border for reap- .
signed petitions approving of guard, assuring that the property members took the attitude that construction of a drop wall on rasal of a property she owns '
?
"
the district the Edmondson Baukat was not working in his .
will be used for the purposes the south side of a portion of to: the tax assessor for consideration .
official when
letter stated. capacity as a city
intended. the
west nose hangar presently
next year's tax roll.
the arrest took on ,
Says Seven Unsigned place.A
New Sewer Rates occupied by a custom trailer '
"Out of 44 parcels of land," Council also set sanitary public hearing on proposed building firm.Council e Ordered several lots on .; '\tr:
the report went on to state, the east side of the Tamlaml sal
sewer rates for commercial assessments for water line extensions response to an invitation ..
?pvd ', "only seven owners have not trailer parks and adopted the was set for the Sept. to have the city repre- Trail advertised for mowing as
4 "only seven (county) owners unsafe and unsanitary under J

have not signed petitions and the city lot-mowing ordinance. t

+ A4itt several of these are expectedto NEW LOOK ON CAMPUS for'
a Agreed to a request
1T' within short ;
sign time.
a
use of the beach pavilion by
Edmondson was' critical of the; Key Club for a Back-to-

: - The GONDOLIER'S story of More Kids Schools School dance on Sept. 11 from

-itt :_' the public hearing which he Bigger 7:30, p.m. to 11:30, p.m.
said committed "an error of I'
omission" when It failed toreport e Authorized the purchase d
and Installation of six insect '
4s Edmondaon's. rebuttal to By JOHN'E;:DAVIS, principal rod lfed" but teachers have tonal subject areas may be lights in the recreation areasat
J. L, (Count) Cornwell's
as a Venice High School been added to the faculty so added. the Municipal Trailer Park J\
If
charges that Gulf
front owners few from Venice any. Villas In previous articles in The I that our teaching load will not I Vocational Training From Electrocide Corp at approximately "
-
to the city limits had sign GONDOLIER it has been my be so great and so that additJOIIN I As stated before, some of i $60 each. i f

,o ,, r gM3ltq a4MMZmatOd ed the petition. intention to explain some of the ..- these new subject areas will be
Y The erosion committee mem. changes being made in the vocational and terminal in nature r.

building and equipment at the allowing us to help to
ber said he noted In
responseto
Cornwell's statement that high school. some extent train a person for S&H Green Stanij }
>
These additions and changes
10Vi per cent of the beachfront some kind of a job. .
had have been made so that the All of the ninth grade shop
M property owners signed
school would have the physical will be taught in high schooles
petitions erosion
favoring an
district. plant in which a better job of will be offered in small gasoline Store Damaged r

educating could be done. Naturally d'
art
In support of his statement, I motors electronics 'J'
all parents are interest shop building. Vocational class- t
Edmondson cited the letter to
Zinn which he said was written ed at least to some degree in clerical and office practice, In Sunday Fire :
their children having the 4
Friday the day after the hear very stenograpy and drafting. The
-GEST OF THE ART OBJECTS In his around a table of banquet guests who drank ing. The letter fallows: best education possible.Not 1 k total professional personnelwill

action is held by the Englewood owner, toasts to the person in whose honor it was "Enclosed are two more gulf only has the physical be increased to 31. Fire damaged en estimated "If

Iota F, Rohde of 398 East Dearborn. It is presented. This cup was engraved for a German front property owners' signatures plant been enlarged and .'e- I At times we get the Idea the 29 to 30 per cent of the mer. '"

one-gallon pewter flagon According toAie butcher's Guild in 1693. on the petitions which solution to our educational chandise Sunday at the S&H

> the stein of brew would be passed should bo added to the list pre Rapid growth problems can be found In the Green Stamp Redemption Center
sented at the public hearing.I physical plant and a sufficient "

believe there will be addition.al Shown In Use supply of teachers. These are in the Venice Shopping J

ones within the next week. very necessary to a successful Center according to a com '

Collecting Ancient Art "With the addition of the at- Of Electricity"My school. They are virtually a pan official sv .

tached gulf front owners' petitions must If you want the best

it will change somewhatthe how Venice keeps grow education for your children and Samuel M. Lewis of Tamps,

figures presented at the ing, commented Mayor Smyth they should be supplied in re- district operations manager

hearing. For example, while D. Brohard when Joseph A. DAVIS (Continued on page 9) for the Sperry & Hutchinson .

Objects Rohde's Hobby the gulf front footage in the Ryan Venice area manager of Co., said flames and smoke It k ,
proposed district still remainsat the Florida Power and Light

19,700.3100 feet, the gulf Company, recently handed hima from the fire caused extensive )

front owners signing the petl-- check for $30,057.60 for hiseompany'l damage to the office and Immediate 0'

B; CHARLES KOCH ness, eventually operating establishments : chum, who was now in the (Continued on page %) utility tax. ., A surroundings at the b
in Cleveland. electrical business in the town "Yes and it will probably be
'
of the ,
ENGLEWOOD All of En"ood'i Elyria and Wheeling. of Buxtehude, near Hamburg. even much bigger next year," rYA ( rear store. ,;

residents can enjoy It was in 1928, eight years Germany was in the midst of Goldwater OfficeTo Ryan replied for during the Lewis said the store probably l

many recreational features after first arriving in the West an inflation period following past 10 years the six per cent would be reopened today '

,ovlded by its semi-tropical Virginia city, that Rohde purchased World War 1 and hard times Open TuesdayGoldwater tax has been in effect, the on a limited scale "But we
mlt. Many apply their time the "Stone House" a had fallen on Burgess. Over a yearly tax has more than '
firms> will probably have to fill mostof
of private enterprise of he had accumulated quadrupled.Since t
famous hostelery built in 1811, period years for President
Ming from gem-carving to and which had gained wide. an outstanding collection headquarters will next the electric power rates i the redemptions by order I

aiding of ceramics. A few spread fame as a favorite of valuable antiques. Although Tuesday in the building open formerly have been reduced two or three for a week or so until we can 1,

sating enthusiasts whose stagecoach stop and inn. the museum items were occupied bv Hart's Import times since 1953 the populationof get back to normal," he added.
*T li having floating homes worth a large amount Burgess the City of Venice is prob
Rohde West Venice Avenue.
House on
an expensive than their es- i While in Wheeling, was unable to find a buyer at ably nearer five times as greatas 1.n.r The district operations manager
'n. However, one Englewood I planned a trip to Europe to revisit price. \-Mrs, Marjorie Hamilton said It was then. estimated that upwardsof
"dent has his birthplace. In the any today that all persons interested the which one-fourth of the merchandise
Here figures
enjoyed preserv- of renewing his boyhood His friend, Rohde, volunteered in working for Goldwater, are damaged and would
f
i course L't was
crosi-section of old world collection back speak for themselves:
tlquity I acquaintances, he locateda to bring the 13)) regardless of party affiliation, July 20, 1955-$6,656.50; 1956 have to be scrapped. The estimate '

ion *". Mr. Burgess, a school-boy (Continued on page are requested to come by the $7,772.07; 1957 $10,058,26; he said applied particularly
.
Rohde, 398 Sast West Venice Avenue office to soft !goods which wouldbe
1959 $13-
1958 $12.883.67
arbors -
;
Is the proud owners Monday to sign up for work particularly affected by ",e ,'
number of continental 64253; 1960 $13,879.64; 1961 '
and for fund raising. smoke.
J objects varying from 100 to Circus PromotionAim $17,951.67; 1962 $22,770.69; 'f fa

years of age. The items, all 1963 27852.77; 1964 30,- Apparently starting in a

'"t\'nude, include ancient oil SMU Grad Class 057.60. faulty electrical circuit the 1
,
lips Pewter flagons and The gain In population, or at ; fire gutted the office and destroyed
''cbers least in the use of electricity, / )} all the furnishings
medieval l virtually
; a weapon Of 58 Attention '
Chamber followed even patternsfor k '
an apothecary's mortar Of a very IA'.4 including desks 'lie y

d \pestle, If yon are a 19.W graduate eight: of those years but cabinets and a stamp canceling .,

'!'ht history of Southern Methodist University both the 1961-62 and 1962-63 machine. Lewis said little or

'tech| d'art Is of many of the in Naitonwlde publicity for the I celving the tickets would be and lost your class fiscal years took a big Jump, no structural damage was :"

a 'engraved perceptible from the premierof taken and sent back to their ring, The GONDOLIER has showing an increase of over caused by the fire.
Inscriptions they Venice area
for ad- $5,000 for each year.
ar. Earthon hometown newspapers
Information on others IsmY the Greatest Show on U.The The fire reportedly was die
Baler, aim of the ditional publicity. heavy gold ring witha 4v
being dImmed' by Jan. 8-10 is the covered Sunday when an unidentified
Utilization of temporary ruby setting was found on WEATHERHigh
of of Com
Chamber
owners Area window shopper put ,
.. and passagebrie Venice signs north and south of Ven- Trail In front J & H > 4rJ'p
Tile history of how merce. Low Rain her hands to the glass to shade
"' the premieralso Drug by Mrs. Ella Mae
acquired ? recommended the Smith of Venice Quarters 1
a by
bade wow like fiction Jack Riehl were discussed was AUGUST 20 91 73 1.33 the store. Finding the glass hot ,
Director presently Mrs. Smith left It with gs
? fact end advertising and committee. Ringling AUGUST 83 74 2.16 to the touch she called the
cover two cntl- the M
by
nil of erecting So If you'll com by and 1 t
Is In the
nod an OCean.Meeklenberr committee at a meetIng process AUGUST 22 90 72 .02 Venice Fire Department.
publicity signs on Its own property fronting your Initials fit those on the ''i
Tuesday afternoon. AUGUST 23 92 73 .02 Firemen, fearful that fresh
Native on the Tamiami Trail. Inside, the ring's yours. Of air fan the if G
suggestions included a AUGUST 24 93 75 .17 might flames I
lobo The would
Rohde WM **>"> I" the belt check by Venice police A local circus poster contest coarse, Mrs. Smith AUGUST 25 95 74 .00 they broke through the door,

elT1ll11 province of Mecklen- safety officers and the presents I was turned down by the committee appreciate a small reward, Rain for Month . . . 4.69 FIRST FULL-TIME PASTOR of St. Raphael's Church Englewood notified the store manager,
but she Isn't Insistent She
erg arid I Is The Rev. William F. Balfe. Appointed by The Mrs. Klrkwood Tischler who
worked on hie fath- tickets to a premier t
advantageous
r of free not particularly -
tlon as wants to get
s9farm. age youth. This was to motorists Wearing Just yon your DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY Most Rev. Joseph P. Hurley, D.D., Archbishop Bispop of arrived quickly to open tile '
back.
performance the nationwide ring
of to the St. Augustine Diocese Father Balfe came here from St. store with key.
the time.. To a
void the belts. l 231 W. Venire Ave., .as.
J conscription| In the Im- Pictures of &1Ie motorists re- promotion. Cheerleaders In the back-to- Ambrose ParishxElkton, which is near St. Augustine. Born

n toAmerica Rohde< was SEE THE NEW LOW BUD. school field have many itemson in Waterbury, Conn., he was ordained at Albany, N. Y., in
In 10
1907. At 19 3 LITTLE GIRL 1932. Until the appointment, the Englewood church had been RED-RIPE TOMATOES.
SHORTENING GET Frigidalre two. speed sale for students of all
Mel "ork In aNew York I CRISCO 49 cents at Kwik I$2.99 at 'JUMPERS'I washer at Venice Electric Appliance irsdei kindergarten through served as a mission by the Right Rev Msgr. George W. cents a pound at Publlx in VeaUN -
ancl. pound can Church U the Epiphany, Shopping Canter
sans learned during the hotel ensuing busi, .Chek. RUlto Shopping Center. i,Shopping Canter 133 W, Venice Ave. college, Cummings ot the Venice Catholic _



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u t She GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. August 27. 1964

+ IN MBMOSIAM : Majority Sign Up For Erosion Plai

.. mtmmrr al ... a arlf >.!...dMw.
", Martarat D, MrM ri... t a ., KXLCAILMITCHELL. -
1 + k ,..a. awaal ...r A.n* II, IMtHaw "The above figures are was "certainly
.'. to araatlr ailaia* a.< -'Ip (Continued from page 1) eludes m f favor
-.r.. s.rht'.S sad beach I the corrected ones when the preserving the beadt ,
Mn I.' Mi*. AI''"., Jr.. rrL lioiu plus the public ",
ADIta .IT" ... Vials we. AMa Jaroma, Mltthrll. a'.. : are increased to 13.8M: two signed petitions of gulf destroy to do ,,n\ Ihll1
real
salty MORSI.t A..M M al (III .... of the I front owners attached are included the be ut\. Qr '
MACK Mr ... ..... Gana R. Vra.lea h 8200 feet or 70V4 per cent will probably ) e Young noted \\1111111
These figures
. hr
d. rhtas. Vtovrtr' Ana Mack., bar. yt. r entire area of the proposed district .u "*,
d'd'u
Aonnt .t al I:01 ..... addition of several be revised upward again much interested m
The
I SCHULTZ. Mr. and M... Laonar4 P.Vanka. when additional ones are received control and sea
dautbtar. DI... Ja. ....110, properties that are owned by preservation! I
.... ,. .. "er ." beaches He added hml
born A. 5 at II ' A ., l1 corporation will ,
of town
ROBINSON. Mr aad ..... a.... *.. out Additional comments from that he favored Jj1
... .. this percentage to ov 'n \
La" to* Button IXiana Robin. increase at the public nourishment "
I KM. Yon Auiutt tl a. sued a." 80 cent. persons speaking programP
er per
hearing Thursday which were poll from the '
"It is interesting to note, waterway,
crowded out of Monday's story e Johnson
asked
there
"that why
the letter goes on, I ceH
I for lack of space follow: areas, such as Beach
11 properties In the en. p,*
only
are ,
I l: : n.5. + Here are capsule comment.by HJgelville. were
1 u. i ?" tire district fronting on the excluded t '
v gulf with owner-occupied residents some of the others who air. the taxing district Jotu,

A MByk.U. VIA 40 J/ It Is also interesting to ed their views at the public said he lived a block tr I
ADMISSIONS I u "kkr note that of the privately owned hearing: beach inside the boundaril
t Anna lit r4.Rnuw.. ......., front footage In the pro- e Mrs Filson told commissioners the proposed
A. Ctnralma, II....... Enrltwoodi. VI,. gulf
that since 1956 her eoloy
rlnla Htfidrlekt. VaBhwl. Louie F Cara. Y soy Wy ? posed district 6,348.8100 is in property Just e block ,
M. North Port cw......, cII.II. : 4? the City of Venice and 11,237.00 beach has been doubled. "I excluded.
I ..... Flaaiaat Rldn Park.Alifint It,. 1'r don't feel," she said, 'that I
the county area.
f TODAYF 101 lu..'.. MIKhall VanlMI feet !I. in e Robert Mahon took *l
Babr Bor M'uh.ll. Vtnkat. Marr A. This totals 115833100 feet should have to pay $160 a year with the proposed
Cora..... V..loo. Lab I. Luhw-F J.. + With the addition of the two attached for something I don't need." taxation manner
... as outlined
BEST Do."' ''' Man L IIotth. Ner,1Port bJ
CrarMtai Anil L Mark. V....., gulf front property e Cornwell pointed out thatno committee and 'V\
II.. Girl II...., v...... Howard C. approving establishments beachfront property ownersfrom asked
BUYS 110I....., Vmloa.Aurut owners per cent of the people] wC
III ......* ...... amt of the district this Venice Villas to the city bear the brunt of
Oranda rioNfiM. M. MI'.h.IL ...... means that approximately SO limits had signed the petitions. will have the expo
wood Ethal M Jonnoaj, EnilawaodlRichard I a say in the
i F. God., v....., Hulk Randall .. per cent of the private gulf ', "If it were gratituous, I of the district!" cot
J a LOCAL TIADLSIAaK!. tr Vanka. front property owners have approved wouldn't want the groins because .
I 'I Aunt Stl, KtlhanM. Jaekton. Van.teal of the district This included they are unsightly," he e Mayor Brohard noted V,
E..... 0. Mrark, Vmlrt, : I.....
h I e.., Nokonltl Robnt. Huff Van.tot I FULLY EQUIPPED AMBWANCtt has been John D. DeBalt of the Rescue Squad. The resident, nonresident declared ly that the city already, \f

'63 DODGE -MO 2 dr. Ch.r...... ""r_u.Cttharlix... Vtnlt. _. 1_., presented to the South County Rescue Squadat funeral home also will serve as a round-the- and corporate ownership" e Buereau asserted that the been involved in an era

,I .f rail AutaM La Yon tit Brodla. Nokonltt A.All.... North Port Charlotte by the Farley Funeral clock answering service for the Rescue The letter then goes on to Installation of groins would control program to protect
f . Hardtop 94QC kart T'.. V..I.. ., Landrnm O Law.It Home in Venice Keys to the emergency Squad new ambulance service. cite the 74 ft per cent figure hinder passage on foot along public beaches and,urjed n

.. Top Drawer. ward. Otpnrt Fatoar rMtl, Vtnlotl..c-Can.' .$5Abwd) , vehicle are presented by Joseph Farley to mentioned earlier and con."SPACIOUSNESS" i the beach. "I think; he declared further consideration to \

Brookwood i iI V....... "that before a districtIs proposed district be given .
f. 61 CHEVROLET Aiinrt let Utrjorla" P.... VaalwiIWrtht "" ...: not dropped at this
established should definitely time
we
E. UnAntr. Vanlcai JuaiiHa C
I ., Wagon w/air $1588 Saall. V....... Prarl L. Hoilanka, Noka.ailt ObituariesMRS. If Your Weight'sRising l ,' .. ... ,.' w,. ,- .... :, ............-.' have a survey" e Lenhart asserted thii .
Rathlan M liar. Fort a...t A...- .,'.. .. f. "'p .. .. . . people who
t don't
Lie New. .. .
\ . la.da Wlnmun. V......, Hinaa P..... EDITH MAY SENEVET ,.J............ . .< ,I ". ':. .' e Mahon said he favors erosion own c
.. Canto Eaaarbata, VanAnmt \:.. , ; I '), control if methodcan frontage!! could outvote
ton balawoodl , ; some ft
VOLKSWAGEN I . Mrs Edith May Senevey 73, Check Up ... ..-. : "
t i' 61 . .' ... . " '_ .r "': :: r be worked out. "I favor who do in a referendum
\
tSl Vtnea IX Rohr. North of Bay Street Osprey died :. ":
:
.. .:. declared
he did
'1188 Fort Charlottal Flortnea K. ,".., Ie.. Tuesday at her home. ,:: : such a district, said Mahon not want; c
I 1 "' J3 I .. .. .. koailtl L. Cake Carolra Envlawond.Sckuttar. ..Far V..,.MertimarEnfflrwoodr ., PaUr. She was a native of Lincoln On Your IntakeJACKSONVILLEGood "but the formation and what era spending! his money

\\ I : ,... BII.._.. Knvlawondt Neb and later lived in Way- you are going to put in it e Dr. Hogan asked for cli
:... '62 CHRYSLER Newport I I.'.. Wabbrr.. Vnloti Vkkl. Hatlar En- eating would be another thing"Clbbs ficatlon of the act and then
Neb. and -
I I ', rk ads Johnnlt. 1IaI.. Otpnr. erly Pontiac Mich. mission's
t 4 door 'IQflQ She wintered here for four means different things to e declared he is "the cower under ''I i (II

I f. Excellent... 1900 til oiacascasA.n.d KlUabtlJi ...1M\t. L,. years before becoming a permanent different people sometimesthis only living representative of Attorney Nelson "I think Ih,
y"" ,......, Howard FlUfrald Vanlotl resident three yearsago is good and sometimes it's anybody who's done anything may be some contusion.
'60 CORVAIR 4 dr. SedanBft j Pun McLaod V..ih. ., Dno.... KoMar. said.
rY v......: Lawlt. Una. Nortk Port Char. not reports the director of the about erosion" and said he has
bttai Kari Murk, Vmlati/ I.... Taun Mrs Senevey was a memberof State Board of Health's division Mined 100 to ISO feet of beach
899 (.plrtdl,, VmloaAurutt the of Nutrition. through the installation of
Methodist Church in
.. II set Uamli ....... VanlealRobart
For.. V....., Carol Koaa. Noka.It Waverly, Neb. I IrP'rok "So if you're losing your bat- groins He said groins would Strawberries are ded!! ,
:; :t1 'S9 ENGLISH FORD 2 dr., I Auxitt I Dr. 51 Gaoraa, Catalla Su4d.br.Bas&..Ywl'.tOa.wl ........ I include her husband : tie vlth calories you should not Impede passage because served witr orange!! julct

"I Good economical I $000transportation Caltawar,, Vnka. Jotapk Fox L, Seneveythreesons ; check on what you eat" says is the key to success in The Southern they would be covered with breakfast and both fruits if
{ Gh I 000 North Port CharlotUt H.... Frank.North .. Melvin F Senevey of Mary Brice Deaver the director Comfort, new model home built by Francis Evans and located sand generous amounts of afor)

1'' j I Entlawoadi. Port., VI.CkirkHU..... Mndrkka: Donnld Vmkal Oratr. Dayton, Donald J. Senevey of "As you become older you in South Venice on South Venice Boulevard and Alligator C Caspersen speaking as acid (Vitamin C). Add ttgl: ,

'' 58 OLDSMOBILE 88 2 dr. I Hanrar Suvhtita tit Raid, Mtroo.Aurutt I...... Vaalaal. st- Osprey and Ted D Senevey of use fewer calories but you still Drive The home is open dally for inspection. president of the Venice Taxpayers ange Juice Just before Km.

Ha Jfoward. V......, Lash 1. Laaburr. Pontiac; a daughter, Mrs need the same nutrients League, told commissioners the berries
,t. Hardtop Jr, A. Canotl.no II....... Louis Cox of all
588 Engkwood Pontiac: a broth. "Most would eat The Southern Comfort seven directors had
youngsters
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All Power En. ......
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... er, Albert Dotson of Roseburg. voted against the creation of
t. Aa Ut Tbomal Mllfhtll (alplradlNorth far too many sweets if they
; '57 CADILLAC 4 dr. I Port CharMta: Jenny, and Babr Ore.; two sisters Mrs Fred were permitted.. Unfortunately, an erosion district by resolu Air Conditioner
I Bop Mikhail. Vaaletl, Loalta' Janata,
'I Vanlcai, Miry. Coraattl Vanltal, MaraoaBordca. Calkins of Modesto Calif., and many grownups also eat too Model Home In SV tion. "It seems to me" Casper- FRIGIDAIRE . works lil,
$ ..... Mrs. Jack Open
88 North Part Charlottat H. Leitch of Evanston many sweets Teen.alters may sen said, "we are trying to
I f llee.I....... Bas new one ton capacity CM'
Y loa Craadt Richard
A Beauty ... Owael Vmlca, III; 14 grandcholdren and 16 lean toward nothing but solve a problem before we
I Auntt 141 Giara Bu"_ 1:....- ,grandchildren snacks Men may prefer steak No house could possibly have I been meticlously designed to know what the problem is." He $349
i 55 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. ..eat' Placlda Ruth/ :_hflHt del,Ktatar v.....,.,Vtakai BalvaTola Farley Funeral Home Is in and potatoes or fried chicken been more appropriately named promote spaciousness, easy further stated he felt, personally NOW $89,50PhonographRadio

: Good $295I fcdward P.,.... Vaniea charge of arrangements. and gravy Some women like than The Southern Comfort care and the ultimate In comfort even a referendum at this

b Condition.. Nokoailtl Aumt. tni Lo.Jtrntt.... Lawk Can, (nplrad). little more than salads People a model home built by Francis according to Evans The point would be premature.Higel ,
Otprarl
Goth Do..., Vtalcal ill.. Hohl Na.koraui THOMAS G. MITCHELL of various geographical Evans and now open daily in over-sized livlngroorn looks e charged that groinsare
: I j 55 PONTIAC 4 dr. I II.." 11..11I.'. North Port Thomas Gaydon Mitchell 68, sections of the country have South Venice on South Venice through! into the dining room neither "satisfactory or ef ZENITH . FMAM. Pled,

: Good JOOO Charlotlai !'Edward hullo, Vtnlnl Kntua B.hr Vralcaltharloia GIrl of 239 Agrees St., North Port widely different Ideas of what Boulevard and Alligator Drive and the Florida room beyond fective" as an erosion control all ipeedi. Beautiful era.

:1 Transportation 00 8<..1... Vwlca Charlotte died Sunday at Ven. constitutes a good meal. Often, The interior of this house has . offering a maximum expanse measure. And he further noted sian walnut cabinet Lilt nlY

I ice Hosoital many of them are wrong for perfect ventilation that engineers favor an Cost $279.50.
I i I I Mr Mitchell was born in 'It is not true that sugars The kitchen with its formica artificial nourishment program NOW $49.95

: Bowling Green Ky., and came and starches have more caloric Magician, StoryTeller cabinet and counter tops I.I Is Higel asserted that Casey Key

f I WOODChryslerPlymouth I HELP WANTED! here three years ago from Detroit value than proteins It's only I cleverly separated from the beach has grown ISO feet with WHITE ELEPHANT

Counter He was a retired railroad that calories may be more con living area of the houre and the deposit of spoil from the
I I I Man and Counter crowing operator employed cent rated In sugars and starches On Final yet !is .still a part of "open"area Inland waterway ,SWAP SHOP
t Girls Apply in person-Chef. by New York Central details I
Railroad
Foods that are fat supply Many other such I Mr. Lloyd called groins
I e errs to 1:30 .m. 5pm.
p during his career. more energy than an equal as an outside entrance Into the "unsightly and, for swimmers. 604 E. Venice Av.
Inc. to .
Motors NO PHONE
I 9pm CALLSCYRO'S He was a member of
Masonic Florida Room, complete
measure of predominantly protein a positively dangerous" The .
HourA 488 334
Ph.
I Temple 501, Detroit and Brotherhood sweet Library shower bath between the kitch.
1550 S. Trail Venice, FU' or starchy. Leafy First Baptist pastor said he
of Maintenance Way vegetables and certain fruits en and garage and the clever
: l I Ph. 488.4745 I 2224 S. Trail Venice Employee also of Detroit. have less energy per measure magic act and an Indian arrangement of one of two linen

-- Survivors include his widow, than an eaual amount of story-teller will be featured at closets where entrance can
Mrs Laura L. Mitchell two I be gained either from the DANCE CLASSESFor
; starchy or fatty fnrwla the story hour at the Venice master
daughters, Mrs. Charles'W d -b-ihat bathroom or the hall make
I "Another fallacy vegetables Area Public Library, at 10 a.
SALES of Dearborn Mich., and Mrs. and fruits must be m. tomorrow. this a most desirable home All Ages

.t'/J 3 AND Robert S. Tampa of Anchor. grown in rich soil If they are Two young amateur rnailcln Evans, who has been in the
z- age, Alaska a building business for the REGISTRATIONVenice
; sister Mrs to contain the proper vitamins Larry and James Elliott, past
I I SERVICE Ada Young of Bowling Green, end minerals. Soil fertilitydoesn't will entertain the youngsterswith 30 years has more than 71 Gardens Recreation Center
and one grandchild. I I homes to his
change the food value. of the credit which he
feats magic during
(r COLOR B & W STEREO Funeral services were con Poor ground does reduce crop first part of the program.; has designed and constructed REGISTRATION Adult and Teen-Age BALLROOM In

,I OPEN TIL 10 P.M. ducted Home Tuesday at Farley Funeral volume, though. I Larry, 13, and James, 11, in the Venice area. For two I For Trot Waltx. Cha-Cha-Cha. Rumba, Rock and Roll and
Chanel: by The "Some people aren't necessarily In years he was associated with All Dance 9
Rev. Alva have been interested magic on Monday Sept. 14th 7 to p.m.
A. the Venice Parade of .
Soldner Home
Final to blame for poor eating for over a year and although REGISTRATION Children Teen-Age. Pre-School m
Alpha Music & services and interment will As a builder and designer he I
Appliance In Bowling Green Saturday be at habits. This is because they : his will be their first public specialize in custom building Classic Ballet Tap Acrobatic, Modern-Jazz, Boys Clan.

ZENITH SALES & SERVICE/ FOR 19 YEARS Off. THEATRE 10:30: am with Interment In lack haven't nutritional enough money knowledge to buy or appearance have been demonstritlni In Venice, their they but has a large assortment of Ladiet' Physical! Fitness on Monday, Sept. 14th 2:30 to 530:

Fairvlew Cemetery Gerard. house plans available to choose p.m. Classes start Sept. 211t.REFRESHMENTS.
food. Others
A sufficiently good fronds and relatives
i kill for
Givl Bradley Funeral from of
Home other models
will be may be superstitious or faddists In Ohio before movingto
i in charge of arrangements Dayton His office is located at 2190 DOOR PRIZES
1 ; "; PHONE488.2618 the earlier this
there are* year South
i, "If you need to reduce your WIP.POM KEDE-GA: is the U. S. 41 Just north ofCyro' TUITION:

-i I ii IT- calory Intake make a point of Wlnnebago Indian name of Ed. restaurant. Ballroom, IS Uitoni . . . II. ,. II $15.00

I NEW TAKE ME OUT TO . checking on whether you eat far Gerberlch of Venice who Adult Couple, IS lessons . II II II. $22.50

baseball YORK Yankees(AP) The between meals; get rich desserts will appear in costume and l\Irs.l\Iarge\ PlaceIs All other classes 8 tenons . . . . .$12.00

t People to attend needed more frequently; eat both using Indian sign language, I Tough and Conducted by
11; their games. bread and starchy vegetables ell some stories of the American

:: Taxi I drivers who deal with a lot ofpeople at the same meal; eat many Indian HospitalizedMrs. MR & MRS EARL ATKINSON
might be talked
; HOME LIABILITY mSURAHCE? to going to a baseball In fried foods; or simply overeat WIP POMA KEDE: GA .
game. "To check on this, write which means Rainbow, Is the Marge Place. 624 Colt
I So. the Yankees gave away down[ exactly what and, how I name given to Mr. Gerberichby Dr., was reported in fair condition Well Known New York and Florida feocAen

; ; 20.000 tickets to cab drivers to much of each item you eat fora Chief Blow Snake of the ;yesterday at Venice Hospital Residence, 4838 Higel) Ave., Sarasota

i\ spur and their interest in the club week and check the results Wlnnebago tribe. The chief, Call Mornings Tel. 924-0325

presumably start talking against a reliable fpod guide who was also a medicine man, Senior Information officer of

!. sir! It up to their passengers.. The normal person should eat adopted Mr. Gerberlch as his Venice Composite Squadron

Yes three meals a day including the son I In a ceremony performed Civil Air Patrol, Mrs Place
four basic food groups: bread before 200 boys The rainbow had been ill for several weeks yt

I II and cereals; dairy products; svmbollzed the better understanding but continued her publicity Jar 1l

I Call me today for fruits and vegetables; and between the white work from her home. She was
: LOST! meats, fish or fowl" man and the Indian that had admitted to the hospital Mon.
the Personal Touch developed through Mr. Ger. day.
La ., 0.u.. .
: a.l.b..u
J
: J of Tailored Protection ,, The major source of radla- berich's Interest in Indian affairs _
silt.
s..nall.
.. aura ea fay lon for experimental work at Studio RegistrationFor
VICoerry LAURA, the University of Florida Is the This will] be the last story

$5, REWARD Cobalt 60 Irradiator at the Agricultural hour' of the summer season, the convenience of those

PLwMF1 Experiment Station but plans have been made for working, the registration hours
/// through this facility researchers occasional story hours throughout for the Byron Dance Studio located 223 W, MIAMI AVENUE VENICE

are Inducing changes In the year. in the Gulf Theater 1
plant and seed properties and 7 T"i
Building on West Venice Avenue
L are changing the fact of agri ALLEN will be open Friday, Aug-.

culture. 28 from the hours of 9 am Another \Way To Help
:' frr' Convalescent and until 9pm.Dry .


I gf f gUMfta 9Iome 24 Nursing Mow Nun!*Home,, Service celery tops (instead of J y When Social Security or veteran. hers'

Phene Venice 4M-S7M throwing them away). Powder fits are due another added RawlM Fine""
asH'hmkA yens tit roMa os .MOM .*" them fine and store them In a i"
h tightly covered Jar. eral Service comet to the font help

J 1 4 4 filing for all government benefit to

i a ia h t Yf : +Adt'1 I. which the family {I. entitled.


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24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291

THE POWER OF PRAYERJ.

t Edgar Hoover .said The ipectacle of a nation praying M. PROFFIT INSURANCE AGENCYwill

HEIDEN INSURANCE h more awe-inipiring than the xploiion of an atomic bomb. reactivate in the future
near
The force of prayer la greater than any possible combination

512 Venezia Parkway of manmade: or man-control powers, because prayer Is

nen'i greatest method of tapping the Infinite resources of WATCH THIS PAPERfor

SS Venice Ph. 488.2491 6 d. Invoking by prayer the mercy and mIght of God Is .
our most effective means of and 96
guaranteeing peace security W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD
for the harrawed and helpless people of the earth." date and locationL '
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HALEY The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Tnund'ay, Auguit 27, 19frL3pHTT1ii'1

4rtN Overbrook Gardens



By REP REPORT JAMES A, IIALEY News! i


W, hear e great deal these I I
days about how various segments By E.'KROUPAMrs
i of the world communist
have fallen William Burchett, a Mr and Mrs Helsberger were
out and
may wind patient at Venice Hospital for neihbors In St. Louis.
a '" .1 up vast destroying each other In a the past 10 days, returned'
power struggle.! I think home on Neptune Drive last
this Is a lot of guff, to be taken Wednesday
with a spoon of ..alt.I EngiQwoo4.Lemon{
-oWe 4
I But assuming, for the sake have received word froma Bay News ( + ,
of .
discussion that the communists a
neighbor, Mrs. Edward Me-
Russian, Chinese, Bride, that her sister passed Mr and Mrs Thomas Shaw
or what have you do hate away. Mrs. McBride, of Nep of Manasota Key accompanied [ I Ir
each other, I believe that In
the free we tune Drive motored to Penn their daughter Jayne to Brad-
k world should never sylvania a few weeks i>'0 to he ent'n Sunday afternoon Miss
target for one moment that her sister, Mrs McBride Shs
near II will attend Manatee Jun
they collectively HATE US' presently Is at 1063 Wilkesbar- for '=011.... for her second year. I4PPLs I I
WORSE
Remembering this Is : re, Easton, Pa. Mil r she finishes at Manatee
essential In trying to
aeseathe i
- she plans to attend the Unlver -
tension-ridden times in I 'iltv of Florida to obtain
which live Mrs Otto Muller entertainedwith an
we art decree, then to Tallahassee
a luncheon and brld" t
_
You will notice that de.plte' her home at 1345 De Prle Road to obtain her R. N. degree. _
the hard names the commun- Tuesday Those who played> -oMr -
lets continue to hurl at one were Mrs. George Griffiths, and Mrs. Harvey L.
ai another and despite their seem Mrs Warren Kennedy and Stein of 200 East Wentworth 50 DOW ;
nplv conflicting interests in Mrs Laurence Codner lourneved to Atlanta, Ga., last
Southeast Asia, they Inevitably -0- Saturday to visit their son Jack HANDLWRAPSANDWICH J 'r+'r, ,
lose ranks when the East- f
who Is attending Georgia Tech
West line is drawn. This is The NARCE met at the Driftwood
shown, for example, In the Restaurant last Wednesday --
'mil
Rsrlp
combined efforts of the Russians with 35 members present. Mr, and Mrs William Schultz BAGS '
CLOSED the Poles and the Chi After a brief business meeting of ISO Enst Wentworth enjoyed 600 SHEET 21 INCH'
,, nese, who are working together they enjoyed e delectable' lunch a day of relaxation and fun in FILLER
and social hour The next meet- 21c
Tampa Monday WORLD
is one happy family to wreck
Laos Ing wUl be Sept. 16 at the -0- PAPER
as an independent and
ATIWG neutral nation. I Driftwood. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Mac ONLY Limit' I GLODE
-0- hacek of Venlsota Road entertained while uppOse loot
It
should
be noted In this
I con tn ij
The First Baptist Church will Mr. and Mrs A. J. l
nection that our old friend and
have their first business meetIng Kroupa with dinner last
.... North American alliance a Saturday -
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on Wednesday, sept. 9.
(NATO) ally, France has been evening.
,
RESTAURATEUR believes In
leaving
ENGLEWOOD a gen- They will elect new officers at
tle hint while on vacation. Rather than lose customers to riving the Reds a hand in this this meeting.
rival eateries, the owner suggested a simple alternative. The effort, with the imperious de -oWe r ,'\5 aEt );' 'I '
Gaulle ,
success of such strategy depends, no doubt, on the length of Joining the communistthe wish to welcome our .' DEODORANT $1.00 Size I
same touch policy and GILLETTE
time the restaurant is closed. neighbors, Mr. and Mrs
activity which our Government the new
Charles Martindale and familyof
now Is applying in Us 1866 Neptune Drive who returned
drive to save South Viet Nsm KitcHenAidSuperba RIGHT GUARD 57c
Ohio
Monday from yI
from the
lemon Bay School communists where they had enjoyed the
Hard-nosed warnings, such summer. Mr. Martindale Is a VariCycleDISHWASHER I
as those sounded by Secretaryof school teacher in Englewoodand
State Rusk a few weeks ago his main purpose of going< CLAIROL $I CO Sire .
For backed by a constant show of to Ohio was to attend High
heady OpeniniJ power reconnaissance flights State University in Columbus.Mr. .
over Red.held sections of Laos Martindale Is working for ON'' LOVING CARE 88c ,,
and continued movement of his Masters Degree. ,
ENGLEWOOD With the lal questions I United States warships and -0- y
first day of school drawingnear Mr. Arthur Goff, and staff fighter-bomber planes Into Mr. and Mrs. George Mayle- I' NOW.
an advisory has been released have done an outstanding job nearby awters can do more ben of 1993 Falrvlew Dr., and SUSPENSION $1,49 Sine
to aid cooperation bets In getting the busses ready for than any conference ever con- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Govro of A
'een parents, pupils and the coming year Sgt. Q W.Knutsen. ceived to handle the Communist Overbrook Road, drove to Arcadia
ichool officials at Lemon Bay. of the Florida Highway bid to destroy Laos as an Monday. MAALOX 89c ;
Buses will pick up students Patrol, has completed the Independent entity - ft"" .
it regular stops. AU bus times Inspection of all Charlotte For, as we have said before Mr. and Mrs. Govro are entertaining j ,. tf Jy
will bo approximately the same County school buses. They force, or the visible threat of as house quests Mr.
u last vear, with a variance were found to be In excellent it, is the kind of thing and and Mrs Ed Heisberger and DR, SCHOOL'S 49c Sire ( ,
of f possibly five minutes. For shape gradlnq 100 per cent in the only kind of thing, the Communist daughter Linda from St. Louis g

the first day, and until further a safety check. hordes understand. Mo., Mr _and. ..Mrs.. Govro and \
notice, students should plan to It Is time again to watch out T\IU I \( FOOT POWDER 29c
be ready a little earlier than for school busses for, as Sgt. .- .
bit year knutsen warns, "They are carrying -
All pupils enrolled at the a most precious> cargo-
YOUR CHILDREN." JZxu
school are expected to ride the
two buses provided for this ABOUT
purpose.) No riding of bicyclesor MORE FintA dithwMhw, ever built, New
..... ,
NEW YORK puth button New king tit*
itudent-drivinc. of automobiles (AP) Frank
to school will be permitto Jilroy, a prize-winning plav- Restaurant Specials upicity nnu New New luxurious double with look., triple Wide wpeMt Y ;
!, The safety factor Involved wright two season ego with chuict ef fmishi-i including wood. eqag
,
demands cooperation of all in its first play off.Broadway, and Rinsing let Agent It now Dispenser. Two" other. Com unit In,
this ruling Mrs Margie John- continues to be concerned with too Ther'i a quality' KitclwiAid
ion will drive bus No. 19 this the problems of Army vet-- FRIDAY- for every kitchen .s"budget .rv FAMOUST

rear while Mrs. Amelia Todd erans. FRIED FROG LEGS ................,....... 82c E K PLAID TEN PIECE FAST :
nil operate No. 18. "The Subject Was Roses, anew
The cafeteria will also be work being presented at SATURDAY- Venice AUTOMATIC LUNCH HAIR HOME r

open AU*. 31, the first day ot.chool. the Royale concerns a mother, TOOTHBRUSH
Menus for September father and a son Just returned BAKED MEAT LOAF ..............,....... 82c KIT CLIPPER Permanent
will be sent home by students from service. Cilroy's Initial I. Electric Appliance $2.00 Value &,
w the first day. Lunch money attention-getter, "Who'll Save SUNDAY-ROAST YOUNG TURKEY, DRESSING, Aulhoriitd Sales & Service ONLY ONLY SET ONLYSI2.8S t

may be sent by the' day or by the Plowboy was about a COMPLETE DINNER ...................... 99c mW.VenicsAve.Telephone .
77 S5.93 98
the week If used, checks pair of soldiers who attempt to ?

should be made out to Lemon pick up their friendship in civilIan I. .,.., ..w 438-2834 rJ I
Bay School Lunch Program. I life. I :fII'I'' "'", ,... w ........--. Ifo\Ii ..i98c

Cost for grades one through alx ... Sire 'i h
u 30 cents a day; trades seven n
eight and nine, 35 cents. r
;
Registration fee of $2.SO for . LISTERINE 61c'
trades one through six must ., NEW LOW BUDGET

be paid on first day of school
before student is considered enrolled ANTISEPTIC

Checks should be paytble x IR/GIDA/aE
to Lemon Bay SchooL The LIQUID 274 Size 'rSIMILAC
indent's home-room teacher
will Issue a receipt for the
tmountStudents. ':. :4 TWO-SPEED WASHER! 19c

may purchase \ j
school supplies from 8.00: to
':25 each morning at the bookstore fy ,

which will be operatedagain BOX OF Rag. 98c
this year. \ ro', Y
Requests for Information for r

health records, office csrds, \ 88 CRAYONS 59c
etc., may be sent home during
the first! week of school. This $ r e
will be
minimized as much as

turn Possible, but the prompt re- This :, PACK OF 300 SHEETS
of
all forms will be ap r S
'
preciated. Parents are Invited of a new, N ril
to call the school 474-1119 or t wash kIWI NEW FILLER PAPER 53c
4742l68. if there ere any spec- PATENTED '

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ITS TUB LAW! /r, c A J


Owners of dogs shall be 4 y 1\/1 ; ax

liable for any damage done

by their dogs to any other xa AloddwCDA.eti
Domestic animal or person, ? awl, /colon err
Florida Sta. 79,701.

Whoever LIGHTWEIGHT BOOK FAMOUS SIX
maliciously Injures to Wash &Wear,
e 2 speeds give gentle car
wounds or kills Srite-Set Transister
anyanoth
dor. property of se %'+ 'IW a Automatic Soak cycle Ideal TRAVEL BAGS I
ihalthe
*', l be deemed guilty of "W,eras for diapers, work clothes. IRON FROM Hnir Spray RADIO

a misdemeanor, fine one 5 Four combinations of wash and rinse! 11.93 Value

than hundred 60 days.dollars All or dogs not more owned temperatures for correct fabric washing $1.83r $1.68 H $$759) ''I'II

and domiciled within the Only the Jet Action Washer has a Rapldry Spin leaves wash extra light. I m

state t l are declared to be domestic extra dry"..ave. heavy (lifting)
animals. unique ug.gnd.dgYfD action I

Comments. (You have As Low As

law rights into but don't take the Creates )Jet\ currents A
your own hands)
to help remove heaviest soil I
8 07 MONTH
$
ROBERT K."Bob" Jet-smooth washing. . a

Backer I:! even apron strings seldom snarl. wit

CANDIDATE FOR Jet-Away rinsing "scoots" lint, CLOSE OUT PRICES ON ALL METAL ,
VINYL CLIP ON
scum right out of the tub. WASTE '
Justice of PeaceDEMOCRATIC 1964 MODELS LUNCH LAMP ,

KIT BA NET i

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DISTRICT No.- '2 82

I Sarasota County VENICE! ELECTRIC APPLIANCE


AUTHORIZED/ SALES AND SERVICE Prices aub ect to Fedora Excise Tax w era hpplaohte, t
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4.54 Mlkieak. aerh,
133 \'.. vCNJCu '\Vt!., VENICE PHCN2:; :-2834 I

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jk&U GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thursday August' 27, I 196 4 I

I GOP Women Miss Wilma DeSoer Weds


I 87 DOROTHY CATNORWomen's I I

otttngs Editor Begin Season Mark Farlev In Illinois

Phone Items to 488-5808 i I
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I WednesdayThe q.cep : elbow- 'Canada and the East
In a gold and white wedding cents on the bodice, Covet,
-- Saturday evening at Ebenezer length sleeves and a floor. the couple will live at 285 8,
r Hurricanes first regular board meet. skirt in a chap Nokomis Ave, For her going
never fail to re- mer In Venice. Reformed Church, Morrison, length ending
o f'lnuvt' us of the Londoner who -uA Ing of Venice-Nokomis Republican m.. Miss Wilma DeBoer became el train. Her shoulder-length away costume the bride wore a
j |';during Women's Club, slgnalim: bouffant veil of silk illusion two-piece dress of white cotton
I WWII, said he wasn'tparticularly recent guest at the home of the bride of Mark Edward
the of the club's fall lace over yellow taffeta
opening
If.' afraid of the Col.! and Mrs Frank Van Wyk Farley. was attached to a headdress of Her
I fc a bombs first they'd have totj was Mrs. Van Wyk's sister, program, was held Monday at The bride has made 'wrhome stephanotis, lace and pearls. accessories were white and her
\( find his district, then his Mrs. Gordon Moreland of St. the home of the president In Venice Gardens with Her bouquet was of golden corsage was of yellow roses.
W'. street, then his house. Even at James. Mo. It was her first Mrs. Margaret Busbey of 1642 her sister and brother-in-law, wave loses She was educated at Central
| ,v- that he said, he'd probably be trip she loved it and described Banyan Drive the Rev. and Mrs. Frank J. The matron of honor and College, Pella, Iowa, and Rock.
.' down at the corner pub. A com our town as a "fairy land," A tentative program leadingup Shearer She Is the daughterof bridesmaid wore identical ford (III.) Memorial School of
f '! forting, common-sense bit of bless her. The three visited to the presidential electionwas Mr. and Mrs. Sidney DeBoerof street-length gowns of gold Nursl!!,. She is employed at
nonsense that.Hurricanes announced by Program brocade designed with scooped Sarasota Memorial HospitalThe
v Key West and Miami before Morrison. The groom is the ,
Chairman Mrs. Carl L. Hamll-
- she left this week to return son of Mr. and Mrs. John Far. necklines, short sleeves con- groom attended Tampa
ton and Mrs. Harry J. Barker
bring to mind home. campaign, chairman. Icy of 263 S. Nokomis Ave. trolled-pleated skirts and bowsat and St. Petersburg schools and
t" I Jamaica and the fact that Val -0- Plans will be amplified at the The marriage vows were the waist front Mrs. Shearer served for eight years with the
"' read by The Rev. Mr. Shearerand carried a bouquet of white National Guard. He Is as oclat.
'Matte is of
I home from therewith Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jones roup's; first fall luncheon
the bride was given in FujII mums, pompons and ivy. ed with Farley Funeral Home.
t more particulars on the Armada Road entertained their meeting Wednesday at 12:30: .
Courtlelgh Hotel fire. Manv son end his wife, Mr. and Mrs o.rn. at Cyro's Venetian Moon. marriage by her father. Mrs. Meinsma carried a single
,1 h here know the hotel and will G. N. Jones of Morrlstown Reservations are requested She was attended by Mn. white FuJU) mum with ivy. Bock to College
I'' .' be pleased to hear the Jamaican Tenn., end children Sandy. and may be made by calling Shearer as matron of honor Mrs. DeBoer wore a lace-ov-
,, Independence weekend fire Lee and Mark last week. They 88-3320 or 488-26'M.' and Mrs. Gerald Melnama, a er-taffeta two-piece gown in
I Was limited to the older section left on Friday and Mr. and In memory of recently deceased close friend, as bridesmaid. willow green. Her accessorieswere Uaek lnaa 1
'j, of the hotel and plans are Mrs R. E. Caldwell (she Is members the club will Albert Wagner was best man white. The bridegroom'smother's w r
r t already completed for remodel their daughter) arrived the I nlace three books In Venice and groomsmen were Peter gown was also of
l. i f me.I next day from Miami to collect Public Library. Mrs. Karl DeBoer, Phillip Farley and lace-over-taffeta in pink, with
-,- daughters Diane and Debbie Standish Is chairman of the Darrell Buikema.The pink accessories. Both wore from
I Home who had been with their committee, The memorial 8 p.m. double ring core corsages of white cymbidium ,
from what must be
the ideal erandoarents since the four. looks will honor the late Mrs. mony was performed before orchids. $14,45 ,
tion Mr rrandpnrents'and Mrs. vaca-Paul eenth. The Caldwells left on S. C. Cutler Sr.. Mrs. WIlliamH. the altar decorated with yellow The reception was held In the
are Fujll mums and white church social room. Miss
Melroy of Laurel. Their first Sunday. West and Mrs. Robert B. pompons
who in gold vases flanked by Joyce Clark of Chicago presided -
atop the -o- Sldredge at the time of ,
on month-Ion I trip was
branched candelebra. at the gift table and guests
her death seven
at Virginia Beach, Va., where The Charles B. Wvnnes of 108 was corresponding
I secretary of the club. White aisle runners and pew were registered by Mrs. Ver.land -
I they visited with their ..onInl' Mba Road took along: Chuck collere friendof
law and daughter Mr. and 11, Terrv. 6, and Sony, 5, on a Attending the luncheon Wednesday markers were used in the nave. Denadel, a Miss Gail
The wedding music was playedby the bride, and
will be nineteen
Mrs. Jerry Williams, and their wonderful getacquaintedwith.thiscountry new
I two girls. Next visit was at three-weeks tour. members. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Edward Farley Mrs. Clayton Sikkema. Ravenhorat of Clarks Grove.
Homer Minn. Misses Ruth Kilker and
Maddox soloist.
l'!I Soringfield. N. J., with Mr. and They followed the Gulf Coastto was ,
The bride's Dolores Walt assisted in serving
worn by
gown
Mrs David 0. Melroy and Mobile went north to Hazel-
I! their three boys, While there hurst WIs., where they lied a I Three DeMolays Attended Comedy Festival her sister at her marriage to and Mrs. Andrew DeBoer,
they took in the New YorkWorld's wonderful week of sailing! The Rev. Mr. Shearer, was of the bride's aunt, and Mrs.
1 white mist taffeta. It was fashioned Buikema assisted at the cake.
Fair and thence to Oak boating! and water-skiing atKeith'
Ridge Tenn.. to visit other on Lak. Kaubachien State Conclave Last WeekElection Ends This WeekFinal with lace medallion ac. After a wedding trip to
son, Paul E. Melrov Mrs. Mel' and went from there along the
I roy and their two /boys.: A trio 'horel'ne' of Lake Superior to performances of the THE
to the Smokies was worked in Sault St. Marie, Mich., and thenelhborin'f of state officers and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Raymond. four plays comprising the Aso- College Club Fetes Faculty SmartAPPROACH
I there. Mrs. Melrov" said they Sault St. Marie, eMoav! Sweetheart were Raymond is dad advisor to the lo Theater Comedy Festival /
I, returned rested and very hap Ontario. En rout. home thev among the major items of bull.ness I local group.In season at Asolo Theater will be
Members At Tea On TO
I at Florida Sent. 3
py. ate fresh strawberries and DeMolay Conclave other business the Florida presented Friday and Satur
I -0- smous Michigan cherries t : attended by 1,700 members DeMolay organization adopted
I Sisters Mrs. Earle Barg and I while touring the West Const of Aug. J8-19 at Robert Mey- several new resolutions con. day.Tonight's performance of An informal tea for Venice table will be Mrs Joseph Hurt : 't:
Mrs. Helen Vining returned ...oVMichigan, They all lovedIt er Hotel in Jacksonville. cerning conclaves, revised the "Twelfth Night" will be repeated Junior and Senior High School and Mrs. George Edmondson.Also .
from a European tour last year Mrs. Wynne said. Attending from Venice were constitution and initiated at the Saturday matinee. faculty members and area college assisting will be Mrs. William I
r, so bitten by the travel bug that --- Max Howard master councilor changes in ritual. Tickets are still available for girls and pre-registrants Elchelberger and Mrs. ON CAMPUS
most of their friends are probably That cute new Delta hostess of the local chapter members Neil Gotterher of Miami was both "Twelfth Night" productions will be given on Wednesday by George Rich. Sizes 6 to 14
I wondering how they stayed Judy Waldelich, was home on Don Raymond and Mike Stir- elected state master councilor. and for the Friday matinee Venice Area College Club. The club's first regular fall Width AA to EEE
I 1 home this long. And they a three-day leave last week. Unlf. Mrs W. R. Howard and New Junior councilor----- - I are off again, Monday, this end visiting her parents, Mr. Butcher of Bradenton's Mana- Burning." The Friday evening 4 p.m. at Sarasota Federal Venice Nokomis Methodist
.', time with Mr*. Thomas Sherk and Mrs. Arthur W. Weld elich, tee Chapter and Neil James of presentation of "School for Savings! and Loan Assn. community Church. Dessert will be servedat Jerry'sSHOE
and Mrs. Lillian Wooley of and former VHS schoolmates Mrs. Fred Scott Winter Haven was elected senIor Scandal," and Saturday even room. 12:30: p.m. The executive
Ocean Springs Miss. The three She left Monday for her new councilor.At ing's "Imaginary Invalid" are Mrs. Samuel Roth is general board will be in charge with
Venetians will Join Mrs. Wool- home base, Atlanta. Gives Luncheon the grand ball on the last -"nl"-, ,?t. ; chairman. Presiding at the tea President Mrs. H. W. Hager Ana COMFORT s.,..... SHOP
ey in New York and they will! - evening of the conclave, attend. R'"eeatlons may be made \ presiding uri 0rtI0_. sass
r fly from there to Lisbon, Portugal '- Recent housegueits at the ed by 1.500 DeMolay membersand by calling the theater. l\f thodistVSCS I An Informal resume of mem S51 S. TRAIL VENICE
I ( Monday evening. This home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott of 314 Pontiac 1,000 Rainbow Girls, Miss Festival officials report that bers' summer activities will Roam !. ..i t. 4 a...
Mrs.
Wade Lane Fall .. .. .,..
I Jaunt will include sights In Portugal !iallard' Sr. of Guild Drive were lotto North Port Char. Connie Chapman of Jackson this has been the most suc Meetings comprise the program. ceded W L Ph. ill-
!, Spain and a short time Mr .and Mrs. James A. Smith entertained local memo ville was named Florida De. cessful season in the five-year
In Tangier and Gilbraltcr.i and three children" from hers of Order of the Eastern Molay Sweetheart. history of the Comedy Festival. Begin Tuesday
They will be back on Sept 24. Star at a luncheon at her homeon
Jrownsville, Tex. The Ballards Au,. 18. First fall meetings of Worn- .
t '" had a family party for them on an'. Society of Christian Service VENICE
Mr and Mrs. Earl Rawles Sunday which Included the Plans were made to reach Emmanuel LutheranHas Legion. AuxiliaryTo of Grace Methodist ,
expect to be home Monday George! Dietz s and Bill Laners ?- other OES members who had Church will be a breakfast
t from a vacation anent sightseeing I both of Sarasota, and the moved into the community ando AnniversarySunday Attend Baptist Tuesday at 8:30.Un.. at the NURSERY SCHOOL ,
and visiting friends and Wade Ballard Juniors. The make further plans to attend I Services church.
Sunday
relatives in New York Pennsylvania Smiths are now visiting!! other he Oct. 1 meeting I of the Ven- will mark the first Members of Naomi Circle
and the Carolina. relatives in North Florida but Ire Chapter of OES. Mrs Opal anniversary of services at Em. Members of American region will be hostesses.The & KINDERGARTENfALL
-0A will return here for a short Funk of 303 Malaluka Road manuel S. Tamiami Lutheran Church, 800 No-Vel Post 159 and Auxiliary program, presented by
card from Mrs. Demetrios time before they return to Tex. will be in charge of transports- Trail.In will attend church services Mrs. Fred Gibbs, program SESSION
Palaskas of 416 N. Park Blvd. as. Mrs. Smith is the former lion the absence of the pastor, as a group Sunday at ; chairman, will be "A New
arrived from Athens, Greece Jane Ballard. I Guests Included Mrs. Funk, The Rev. Charles I. Rowe, First Baptist Church of Ven Purpose for a New Age." It BEGINS SEPTEMBER 8, 1964
I' this w@tk.She."erhusband -0- Mrs. Albert Goll Mrs. Gertrude The Rev. George Ackerly of will deal with restatement of
and son sailed from the United The Bill Langers, Incidental- Locker, Mrs. Claire Port Charlotte will conduct ue I ice.They will meet at the church the group's purpose and its KINDERGARTEN TRAINING
States aboard the Olympia en ly are now moving from Sarasota Coons Mrs. Louella Johnston service. I entrance at 10:45: a.m.. The attendance part in the mission of the en. PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM
July 13. On Aug. 2, she wrote. to Gainesville where hems Mrs Mahle Johnston Mrs. Ben The Rev. Mr. Rowe will is in accordance with tire church. A discussion per
tl they were leaving Athens for accepted a p'l 'tion with hiffer. The Rev. end Mrs. AI.va again be in the church pulpiton I. a Post 'and Auxiliary custom ofgroup iod will follow. $1.25 PER /2 DAY SESSION
I Hpatl, a Greek Health spa. the University of Florida admissions Soldner and Mrs. Wade Sept. S when he will cele.I I. church-going: on the fifth Mrs. Delbert Barcus will
She didn't indicate when they office. They are form Ballard Sr., Venice chapter irate the communion serviceat i Sunday eo the months containing conduct the inspirational ser- HOURS: 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
will return but she did say that erly of "enlce.Venezuela, OES worthy matron. I 10:30: a.m. Sundays vice.
I the weather Is similar to sum- SPECIAL RATES FOR 2 OR MORE CHILDREN
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Resident Greys In RaleighMr. Transportation available In Venice and South to
) Venice Gardens and Venice East.
and Mrs. Hugh M.
Ends Visit Here (Stoney) Grey departed last REGISTER AT:
{rJO Thursday for Raleigh, N. C.
'..,.. Thorncs Gross of Venezuela,, They had been In Venice since : 608 Riviera St.or .
a Detroit friend of Mason Gib- July 31 at their home at 604
I erson of Riviera Street, has returned farvaezl and expect to return m" call
223 W. Venice Av. for the
to South America aftera Christmas season. pc MRS. ED FANNING

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party, a luau at Venice Beach Casino, was hosted by Max
,I Mrs. Young'sKindergarten Howard Monday evening. A pre-meal peek is being taken by,
left to right, Jane Norqulst, Tom Tomllnson Wendy Dillon, the
host, Carole Austin I David Wingrove, bate Glassmeyer I ,
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GONDOLIER Venice, H.. Thursday, /Aogmt 27, 1764-5

,. ---- People-Type! Ducks Can Create Chaos .,:



It ws a really ducky plot
background Caesar Imply r
D'M couldn't stand Cleopatra and
Delilah wouldn't go near Sam. '.I
son, and it was mating time In
the spring of 1964

Mrs. Inez Voorhees of 232Redwood
Y Road had her hands I
full She was 10 entrapped by \
the tangled romances and
Lt scuHbbles of these four that she
p dldnt[ have time to dream up
the story line All she could do
was try to keep them from
tearing each other apart and
wAit to see what happened

She had acquired the four
romancers as a gift for herself .
and her two children, Bessie 1
aid Scott. They looked harmless R vry
Just four cute, tame mallard ,
isriy
1 ducks

Well.
a I
Delilah solved the problem
temporarily by taking up with ,
Caesar, though reluctantly,
t since he was the only other # t1
local available drake. She was #
-- rr.r. too smart to go afield for a : ,
CRT'OF' THE GROUP of 33 theater-goers who attended ductlon, "The Lady Not For Burning" Several of the Ven mate; the food was too good.
Intel Day at Asol Theater Comedy Festival yesterday are Ice-Nokomis Woman's Club members, shown ready to depart, All four early trained Mrs.
I wn prior to departure There will be luncheon parties at are, left to right, Mrs J. Fergus Hunter, Mrs Frank C. Rae Voorhees as to their food requirements
I awta yacht Club and the Plaza before the afternoon per- burn, Mrs Clare Carlson, Mrs Thelma Tresher, Mrs J. C ; they liked dog . ,
I mines of'"School for Scandal" and a dinner party at GoldI Loughlin, Mrs Gene Green, Mrs Norman Force, Mrs Del food, the most expensive brandon :
Buddha for those planning to stay over for the evening pro- Traver and Mrs Paul Nowland the market, and would eat (qmiioa phot. br Bwrl MX*-*

nothing else WELL-TRAINED OWNERS, Mrs Inez Voor- at the Voorhees home are Buttons, bi.IIrt
Cub Scout ParentsTo Delilah Makes De hess of Redwood Road and her daughter, friend, and her parents, Samson and Cfcopatra 1,3 I
Area Methodist Churches Meet On Monday Anyway, Delilah made the Bessie report at the appointed time in the Delilah and Caesar, Mark parents,
I best of it which left a clear rain, yet to feed Mallard Mark his dog were banished for both mJsdemenon and '
GULF Parents of boys, age 810, field for Samson and Cleopatra food dinner. The other people-type mallards feloniesLAUREL .
who Interested In
Inaugurate Training School are enrolling who all the time had a real
Today thru their sons In cub scouting are for each heels of Us protectors.
yen other but were too
Invited to meet with parents of Caesar Is Convicted
THE ,The first Methodist Training R. Irvin Muhn or Mrs David I Pack 157 Cub Scouts Mondayat polite to say so
in School in South County la set Burgan of Englewood Dinner 8 pm at Venice-Nokomis Between the couples that Caesar got even more temperamental I
L HARD DAYS for Sept. 20-24, sponsored by I cost will be $1.29. : Presbyterian Church. spring they produced some 60 after Delilah's de.
Venice-Nokomis, Grace and There will be no charge for Pack 1ST Is sponsored by the eggs although the encyclopedia parture, and shortly was tried
.
1$Jay thru Englewood Methodist Churches the training school church expressly limited them to 18 and convicted by the Voorhees :
..
1 "THE NIGHT a couple. There were eggs all family on two counts, malicious
1 IGUANA"Troplal ,. over the place In the tall mischief and public nuisance. j
Three course will be offered r .Ys. y yvt+s grass fringing the Venice Gar Off he went.
SEEK"I : "Basic Christian Beliefs," dens lake next to the Voorhees Today great harmony reignson
taught by Dr. John R. Rooks., home, In planters in the ,eran. the lake beside the Voorhees *
Lakeland District superintendent turns and In an adjoining field home Mark and Buttons are
I ; 'Understanding Youth," Delilah, despite her shrewish !going steady and serenely ride DAY SCHOOL'
Today thrJ taught by Mrs Hoyt Tatum, temperament, turned into a the waves along with Cleo and
THE wife of Bradenton First Church Samson. The family dog has
top-notch nest-sitter, except t 4
and pastor, and "Teaching Child when she was heading for thehigh fondly adopted them as personal & KINDERGARTEN ,
ICAPT. ren," taught by Mrs John R. grass This she did often wards and fetched by
Rooks a whistle, they report promptlyat KINDERGARTEN CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 8 ,

'THE BRASS and The school sessions will be 1 ( 4 '1 because of Samson Caesar, under. Joined the him Influence food S p dinner..m. daily Too for lazy their to dog flyaway $20. PER MO. IN ADVANCE OR tlM PER SESSION "

Sunday thru held at will Grace kick-off Methodist dinner In a concerted attempt to pull Cleo has turned down ALL DAY CARE 7:30 am.530: p.m.
a
Church as her bald. Cleo didn't like home- several offers from visiting
THE CHALK planned for 8:30 p.m. .\ work and with Delilah's flights mallard drakes and it looks children 2 to 6 yrs. old

and Sept. 9Dinner. ,. and Cleo's restlessness manyof like there'11 be a happy spring, REGULAR ATTENDANCE (at least 3 times a week 1))
"HIDE AND reservations shouldbe the eggs were stolen by 1965
come
made by Sept. 3 by calling maurauders One sitting of De Mrs Voorhees Is a bit overwhelmed $2.00 PER DAY (includes hot lunch)

Mrs. J. Chester Tucker, Mrs. lilah's was taken by Scott to : by the drama. One SPECIAL RATES FOR MORE THAN ONE IN A FAMILY ,
his VJHS science class and thing she has learned is that ''f
placed in an Incubator. PICK UP & TAKE HOME SERVICE/ AVAILABLE
ducks are mighty like people. J
In time, Caesar and Delilah One thing she won't do again approximate hours are "
FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL and the incubator begat Mark Is select future names according .
and Samson and Cleo begat to historical liaisons: You 830a.m. II:30 un. 5:00: p.m. 1 a

Buttons. There were other just can't tell whether historywill PH. 4882639Jin
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JEAN SPEAR ( MISTD)
Principal: brothers and sisters at home repeat itself, even In duck
but their tenure was so short society, she says
.aR they hadn't time to acquire
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VENICERegistration to n y ,, names.Cleo Wasn't Maternal t,;/!


Cleopatra's good dispositionled <;

: FrI., Aug. 28th 7 to 9 p.m. parental her into attitude a happy-go-lucky which made ; ':,',
J. "
her a terrible mother. She 'I'J.
the STUDIOCORNER .
at would take her babies into the
water, see them launched and
OF E. VENICE AVE. & VENICE BYWAY '
sail serenely away, leaving (
Stall: JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AISTD) f them to drown. One did and the backto-school field '

JANICE DREW (AISTD) Buttons is alive today only because r "
V Mrs Voorhees grabbedher '
S as she was going down. CRAYOLA CRAYONS "'

I Hi SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR I On the other hand. Dl-tern. AU SIZES I

, one in to meet the staff on registration day. pered, .Imost-bald Delilah was 64's 48's 24's 16's & 81 .
an excellent mama. She taught t
BALLET her babies to swim, watched
r them like a hawk and all went 500 cnt. FILLER PAPER ..
[Cecchetti Method Imperial Society of England) well, until Caesar took to trying "
MISS JUDY WAIDELICH, of South Venice, has won her to drown them, and her. EXTRA SPECIAL BUYI) t),
wings and is now a stewardess with Delta Air Lines, basedIn
TAP After this began she and her
Dallas. The daughter of Mr and Mrs A. W. Waldelich, 30 ONLY..77c :.,
babies all
were given away, except
(Beginners to Professionals) Argyle Rd., South Venice, she graduated from Venice High Buttons, who had Joined A j jr
Opening date delayed one week due to locating studio. School and attended Manatee Junior College in Bradenton. Mark as a family pet. r ',r. '1
Miss Waidelich received her stewardess training at Delta
We now have temporary studio. Mark had come home from BEATLE (
Stewardess School at the Atlanta Airport. ; (
school two months before, ,,, .
when he was two days old, and NOTE BOOK COVERS .,,;; '
OES Honors' Founder having been rejected by the \
whole mallard community, was (also ethernotebook 99c
At Sunday SupperThe brought up Indoors. He slept in coven) .. ., .. ., ; i, !
one of Mrs. Voorhees' shoes, I t. l lJ '
annual Founder's Day was house-broken in a week's SHEAFFER PEN .
picnicsupper, in memory of time and lived in constant ex F
Robert Morris, is scheduled for AND 5 EXTRA CARTRIDGES \:j'
cltement, following closely on,
Sunday at 6 p.m. at Masonic and sometimes under, the "." "' 'i, ':": <
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Temple by Venice Chapter 248, J "ONLY $1.00 :
.uwu W ; :
Order of the Eastern Star 4 'I'
Meat and beverage will be fF "
Florida
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DEPENDABLE THEME NOTEBOOKS Y, !!,
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Lb6
WOOLWORTH'SLADIES' Mr> and Mrs Donald Conn, SERVICEs IF j
assisted by chapter officers, W Curwood 4881330 4 FOR 97e
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_Th. GONDOLIER, Venice, l.. 'ugusf 21, 1964 Club Column
Men's Garden/


Letters To The EditorTo P. mOMP80M

By GEORGE
SHRUBS AND TREES
I CUTTING AND LAYERING
8fr The Editor* laced U give more with your

Just a word of thinki for type of encouragement and One of the thrilling moment There are generally five methods bent Tip down layering and T a branch ,
t. Air burled
I faith In free enterprise. Thank of : after
your beautifully-worded editor.lal Jn lardener'.IIf.I. to be able about '
six
a portion to
4.
Trench |
on the Hospital' refusal of ;you.DR. to My to a friend, "I grew this layering, 2. Tip, S. inches back from the ?
the Hill-Burton money. I think DOUGLAS MURPHY, plant from a cutting (or by Mound layering and 5. Serpentine tip II b
\ used for ,Jured by scraping The
will be attmu- Venice layering All are tip II
the good people layering). Most plant are of plants. left uncovered. After It auto
different type
propogated by some method messing OK grow it i Is cut off froTOT
---- -- or
Air layering
and
other than ..ed.. Cutting
plant.Trench
parent
I It i Is sometime called Is avery
standard procedures as
layering are

MX1IBE8!: Of TEa ASSOCIATED BES4 r KTMBEB OP Tat FLORIDA PRIM ASSOCIATION GOVERNMENT in Florida carefullttentlO, and are very plastic old film system and aluminum, but due foil to as tip layering; layering except Is the that n ill

The Auaalaud, ..... la "oluil''.l', antltlad to aaa for rapgbllratioi. ol all .... dl._,. aratfltad,. <. satisfactory is paid to soil It has become easier to prao- branch Is covered in about *,
surf' ft ar .ot oibwwlM' andltail, 1.! this oapar, and d... laaal MW. aubllalial 1M..... AU rlib t ot ranbllaatla. REPORT BY and tlce. Select vigorously grow- to six inches of soil and
a tool
at .UJ composition
alapalenaa tin -
ara
develop at each
di
Tin Mwa and heel UvartUlm vaunt af ihla ....po_ m aoprrlfbtW. M* Ht -" ...._ h 'YOUR moisture W branch of W to % In for the roots are node. Iphn
I snout'I aaetpt b. vrltM _'1010"'oblt.bed 2 There, are two ameter. Remove the leave strong enough
each node
kinds of cut- three to four Inches above and containing a Its
Iran Moadiir DOd Tburadw from lla-14 & Miami Amu I I system Is separated and
of operation
hardwood below the point
tin
Enlarad At BaaeM Claaa. Mallar At Pmt Offlaa M V.... Florida g s wide ed individually. Mt-
r rUBUS BRYANTGovernor and soft make a cut one-inch

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher of Florida n ? + wood. around the branch and removeall Mound layering as the Ism,
s I Ii Cutting of the bark. Wet a good Implies Is simply
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager I Any woody handful of sphagnum moss the soil around the mounding bush Bra,.

t SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor FLORIDA'S HIGHER EDUCA110N SYSTEM portion of a squeeze out the excess moisture ing the shrub back severej!!! to

ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent ooo-h. must ascertain that the shrub or tree and wrap this around the force new root and shoo gm"
Now that the smoke has W tee with a terminal cut area firmly, about six Inches th. It takes about one seaa4

i q SUBSCRIPTION RATES In six months $2.79 cleared from the controversy man would like to come and Thompson bud or axis maybe long and extending well over before new plants are rec.&yb
2J 23
15 $3
county, per year per over Florida's higher educa- then submit it to the board of Such section are both edges of the cut Place transplant.
per three months, 10 cent Out of county $t.29 per year $4.21 for Then utilized.
t r per copy. tion system some of the fundamental control approval. cut into six to eight Inch pieces plastic film or foil over the Serpentine layering I Is
per six months, $3 per three month problems involved are under the law he must submit removed It with a rubber BmttlB,
tying
and all leaves are moss, form for
Atfrartlunt Rapraiaetatlraii Flo M. Praat Birvloa. GahianlUa. Fla.1 Awrlau Nawapapar Rapaaotatlna it to the budget commie.Sion propogating shmki
ti ,. Naw York N. Y.. Atlanta. Gas Dull, ..,dI. coming into sharper focus. Time is consumed except the terminal axis or band or soft cord to prevent A branch is planted In a rnn.
for !
Unfortunately, there h a approval. two small leaves near the top girdling.( When plastic Is used pentine form, one bud W
ir ;let been injected into the public in this process. Some of the cutting. The best thickness the root system can be seen ground, another in the
of grant!
discussions growing out of the times there are differences Is approximately one- as It develops. If the tree or A shallow cut or Injury

A Rugged Individual resignation of Dr. Gordon 'V. opinion that's why we have fourth Inch These pieces are shrub in in full sun, the layer be made on each section shouij

Blackwell a* president of Florida budget commissions and placed individually in one- ed branch should be covered ed below the ground plan
State University much extraneous boards of control-and it really bottom foil to the A ana'
quart can, vented at the with cloth or prevent stone peg or clothes
Once There WasBy matter and some personalities poses problems for everybody.The for drainage, in a mixtureof strong sun from injuring the be used to hold down pin Cn o!,
which have cloudedthe state university system
one-third each of sand, peat forming roots. burled section of the branch.
I real issues. now consists of five universities and vermiculite. The weeksto
moss Roots take from three The above are the very
JOHN M. YORKIn The thing that concerns me and the Florida Institute pieces are planted with approximately several months to form; lest methods of propogaUm elms.

( The Missoula, Mont., Missoulian) about this controversy, which for Continuing University one-inch above the when they are developed the Easy to grow trees and shrub

i is probably very; good becauseit Studies which administers the loll level. The soil is wetted branch is cut off, the plasticis should be tried first, unto! m

It seems I young man lived with hisparents ucts. bring a lot of things out in off-campus: program of the thoroughly so that air pock. removed and the moss Is and confidence is gained MOIl

In homing delivered the open that need to be, in universities A sixth university, eta are eliminated and the weber kept Intact. The moss is wet of the information I have
i a public development. Books from the public library were giver
1 the University of West Florida bottom of
that we are really talking about drains from the thoroughly and the cut branchIs here is available in
,f H. attended public school rode the free to hit door. He banked money administration rather than edu which was named only this the can. The cans are then set planted. More leaves are removed form from the County pomphV Asricul

j fl"b school bus and participated in the free which I government agency insured cation. Our educational systemis week, will open in 1967. A seventh in shady sites and the cutting to allow the new plantto tural Agent and publicalloni t<

lunch good The real controversy university will open in are allowed to grow until a adjust itself until the root the Department of Agriculture
!; I I program. His children grew up, entered public arises over the method of administering Orlando in 1968 Skyrocketing good root system develop system grows stronger of the State of Florida.

'" He entered the army and upon discharge schools ate free lunches rod free buses, that educational enrollments will require additional Should the roots become pot-

kept Kit national life tmuranee. He then played In public parks and swam In pub system. institutions In the bound, the cutting is plantedout
Under the present plan which years ahead. Not only are the or transplanted in a larger Venice Area Church Directory

enrolled in the state university working lic pools. has been in effect since 1905, institutions growing in size, can or pot. This is the systemto

i; I part time in the state capitol to supplement The man owned an automobile, so he the Board of Control has the they are becoming increasing.ly use for easily grown cut 5?. NATHANTTt/8: EPISCOPAL TRINITY MFTHOmST CHTOl
] and
complex more expensive CHURCH
responsibility of general sup. tines! Wet, Lana
,t to his GI check. favored the federal aid highway bund Old ODD earn Offtaa Worth ,
; program. ervision and coordination of to operate.As For difficult varieties, Turn Watt at Port Cbs 'M

f.t t Upon his graduation, he married a H* signed a petition seeking federal assistance the universities in the state our state university system lee of twelve or more cuttings, Bandar awe Ganleaai Piter O. hlam.r Ls.Mm.. WPCSi Worwnfp Pint Smrlrai l Ynnd.Sundnnn, tilX p'. u
expands and the demands inches in length Official Board .
system. six to eight ; i Satoad T1I..I..
Holr Communion:
Industrial lat adIre Smith
in *
public health nurse and bought a farm developing an project This lay board for tax dollar to finance the are burled in the ground until . .0

with an FHA loan and then obtained a to help the economy of his area. He was eral roles. It represents performs rev the universities mount, It will become the ends heal over in about euNIce ASSEMBLY.. or OOO EPISCOPAL MISSION!
Vanloa At Seoul
Small Business Administration loan to a leader in obtaining a new federal build. citizens of the state and reflects increasingly Importantto six to eight weeks. The cuttings Ra,.Br-Wa Victor Itaurlea Men Paitnt Anoua Pater II........HOUH. v.....
go have effective coordinationto : are then dug up and Snadar .......L lOtOO .-.. Sunday Iou ..... Wonhlp, sat..
i Into business. A baby was born In the Ing and new post office and went to as accurately as it can prevent costly duplication of planted as above. Another Momlnf Wanhlp, lltOO aak "
the wishes of the ceople of the Eerier Banrtoa, h tOO ak FIRST BAPTIST CBCSCH!
county hospital. He bought a ranch with Washington with I group to ask Congressto State regarding the operationof effort. method for difficult plant is was.. ,. Par ..Mol.p ., .,00 .... N. BIoo.,... Blvcl

I the aid of a GI loan and obtained emergency build a great dam costing millions so the educational institutions. The question is:' shall we to use a continuous mist fog. VENICE-NOKOMI5 METHODISTCHURCH Tht Ran Chirha H'TiliUr.Sucdayi ' a\ CuthbtrM"

feed from the that the area could get "cheep electric- It also represents the institutions 'Just say to the universities here ger to control the moisture n-daam., gnd>y .......
government. .
in with is $50 million or whateverthe content of the soil. With this fain. A_w a Polnmattla.' 4N-UII II lOG.-., Wanhlp (miII4SP.OL
dealing the
Ity. gov. method softwood cuttings, ".b. Loala "... P....... Touni Penh,
take it :
j i' : Liter he put part of his land In the ernment. By statute the boardis sum might be Wonhip Sarvlaaal Ida .... sad ItEMMANUEL Mtat.TrflOpm .
the best educational leaves and tender succulent Oniwl, ......
'i'r foil bank and the payments helped payoff Then one day he wrote to his congressman happens legally In responsible the institutions for what un and develop system that you can? Or cuttings can be propogated.Air Cbll.i.m., "hoo" eda as Wod....., YOn, ......, Mid-mik, PwY.hedlot

I I his debt. His parents lived comfortably : der its Jurisdiction. The so- shall some supervision by the and General Layering Youth F.II.webl. 1,10 ,... ar Sarvtca

: on the ranch with social I security "I 1 wish to protest excessive govern. pointed Board of Control acts elected official of Florida be This system 1 i. very satisfactory 100 LUTHERAN CHURCH. CHURCH OP Till MAZAREVI

JI'. I and old age assistance chec .. REA lines ment spending and high taxes I believein subject to the supervision and exercised? because in this by Us section use a small of Florida bushor ,.....ramlamTraIl. Tha Ra<. Charts' L S-48U Bow Jed Eaal South ot Junction. Vanlta. 41 ani m
control of the elected State Church School" ttlt ape O. M Andrm MlnbWPhoiat . .
It be that
relief be
t supplied electricity. The government help- rugged individualism I think people Board of Education. provided may In the budgetary can; and tree is readily obtained, or Warahln Idle amt, 4m400ISunday

; .d clear the land. The county agent" showed should stand on their own two feet with. The State Budget Commission fiscal area by establishingmore easily rooted, and can be planted LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH Mornlni School Wonhlp at0, 10 asa SO a a.

him how to terrace it, then the government out expecting government handouts. I am has the responsibility for realistic salary; ceilingsor directly in the ground. Tfca ...BiL Mal South,ln B.oa"U,..S...41 48S-MOI Youth >.r.ka rne.Pnnr. ,.4:10, TiM o.m.p."
supervision and< control of the of the Warahlp Sarvfeaa. 11,10 ... Vodsenede ... ..
by simplifying some M Ice tMCATHOI10 :
paid of the cost of to all socialistic trends and I ..
part a pond opposed elected State Board of Educa Sunday School t'IS ..
fiscal structure without weakening
t Blbla ClaaMa s il a .....
and stocked it with fiih. The government demand a return to the principles of our proper controls. State Economy
tion.The CHURCH EPIPHANT
OP THK
guaranteed him a sale for hit farm prod Constitution." State Budget Commission I really hope that we can FIRST CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST North Harbor Drl,,a and Surawu >M

has the responsibility for work out some plan under Continues UpFlorlda'i ace VmlcaAnnaa, :::
"IIIv" M. It_. f..boF.I-'o.-::? ""*
supervising certain financial : :
which real policy matters are .
_
rode 8areI

. Wooing The Young VoterThe it aspects by acts, specially of the Legislature.assigned to decided by the policy making economy showed a School., 'S p.II m.11 a.m.Wadnaadar a.a.Svada lunday Sao ..Maaaaa... liOO,110.,-........RrliahM IoN. e.Rrdln. .
board of control which is for Conlanlonat CMurday ads .15 Iam. ."
decided .....
strengthening during Boom I 10 la I pm oallraiaapl
One of the areas of administration and tae u> e,10 .....
it .
the most ,
sad ,
R part the way operates the first six months of this Soadara bolt. 4 rib
fascinated with festival. in which opinions are now, and the details ofadmlnlstr.tlon daravanitira from f ta P. NORTH PORT CHARL01'f1CiaAcB
young appear political sharply divided is that of budgetary year compared with the same

I ) technique these days. A generation Furthermore, two thousand college-age ; and fiscal controls. executive director are of left the to board the period Chamber In 1963.of the Florida State Corner METHODIST of "Kind and CHURCH Datla.. FIRST xTana PBESBYTERIAN. /. ,.........CHURCH UbMff

couldn't will from For instance the Commerce reported Bar. Edward DinkinaFonda 111 iii..,.. Blvd. N. Fh. 42<-ltNServlca
be Legislature
large
ago on even a campus, you youngsters actually shipped and the university administrators. in its Weekly Business Re Vcbaol, H4a a.anWoiahlp Sunday
have gotten I hundred students out to Washington (where they have held sum- has said that the budget com. view. *ar.,.. lltOa ..... aloe... Worahlp HarriotT
,
I mission must approve faculty T. T SOpm. UiMa StntlWadnaadayl
I elect a student president, even though mar government Jobs) to act as messengers salaries amounting to $15,000or We have made more progressin The Review had this to say: Bible : ":,:CUi"Wwd.aodu.. Yea pm. Choir RA.ee l "

j r your candidate was supporting a plan to guides and "spontaneous demon over and administrative sal higher education in Florida 'Over-all business activity, SEVENTH DAY ADVEN1IBT CALVARY Jo'OIIMr.D HUBCII
than gauged by cross sales, was up Puss teal H. mL aaat ot Rb 41 or VRNICR GAHOKN5
aries of $12. OO or more. This during<< the past few years
do with the and .
; away main library nine cent and Nokomla< Fla.Paitor .
sup strators. in history per bank debits tees North Banna DrMTha
comparable period
causes certain delays and any -.. L. Gaatt
raw
plant it with I free Student Center bar. of the most were 10 per cent over last Ida ..... tltdS.Prayar Rat Frank J BhMlar
But if the accent Is being creates certain problems. ; in the face softest Sanrdar > Sunday School, (I4S .....
on youth .. _, ... .
year Total bank deposits Increased f itO TaaMlay .In. ....
in the 110' llwo
Now the young-of all shade and per. When a president finds some vigorous growth nation nini' Wonhlpi .
newly emphasized this don't Hrmnlln, l t' 0 .0._
by eight cent. Canmudb
year, suppose per
be
uinioni man that he wants to employ< but much more remains to VENICE-NOKOMIB PRESBYTERIAN
-are falling politics.Whether .
that accent is to That's in the future. "The total personal Incomeof CHURCHMlnhterl LH'JRCB
quietly going pass. -let'l say for $17,000 and $18,- done ST.
UatM' A. BowUa orp6NOLEW
fad like Floridians 11 00
It's
: a passing panty- was running
raids and goldfish-eating In decades because the young voter Is a product of per cent higher! than in 1963 141 Tatavhoaai Tha Stialto.411MtSRuaday Vault Ri .... ...... 0..... W. Cuualw

I were a population explosion more than of any and cash farm sales were School! ti4t a.m. P.eta
h Too Late To ClassifyBy :: ttM Punchy MaM I:00 a.m.
t past Is irrelevant to national political political explosion. about one-third more. Savingsand Wonhlp[ Hall Sarvlaaa 11 Sunday a.. Carda! Baawbi tawP.lowhlp Oiled Maaa sue a.a.Coufnalona .

parties. A vote Is a vote. And young voters loan association shares r Baton Yw5A1041
. For the first time, there will lie this RUSSELL KAY had moved up six per cent by UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST
: Ire going to be wooed In this year MARK EPISCOPAL I CHURCH
11.1 10 million Americanswho mid-yesr. Rum at SorranwTb CONCREOATIONALUni8TlAHEVANGEIJCAL '
year approximately *
1 i ,, : when no party knows for sure where its Thanks to the leadership Mrs. Dorothy Smith, administrative "Employment in non-farm E... Dam' Daa Pattarao KaeUt AND REFORMTha 1
eligible to vote for the first time .,
(! l t next Stunning Victory Is coming from. are dedication and hard work of a director of the Jacksonville establishments was five per Mensal at Holy Iem.en Comnunloa.It . Raa. a Hobait YuuwI Chabla. fvfclanhiai

With the out that the tide In a presidential election. And of thenation's group of Florida men and women Blood Bank for 18 cent over 1963. Gasoline sales a.m.Mornlnt beta' Bald KmporaiflyVanlaa a W
Impression __. .... at U
la few this state can take prideIn years, and a founding memberof showed a six cent Increase Prayar and I Oamaaa, aaaraatloa Uaut
Is voting population ( more per Churcfc School 1 ..... ....
flowing to the right and Goldwaterwerd SundaraChunk > ..
than 112 million there 33 million the progress that has been the association, is chairmanof "Mew business incorpora. School, aHth is"
)
I II among young people, there's going are made in the development of the meeting's administrative tions did not show up so well riant BAPTISE CHURCH or vtwics adult alaM, :
less than 40. old. Richard B. L.....". Paato M SuwenbswC .... Adult '1 I"'
'' to be more stomping-andaquealing affairs years our blood bank: program. program which include papers as they were up a men three suede School. ti4l a.au m-m. m oma at Cant and M* W"
4 Youth will be served. This splendid program Is by Mrs Mary Rank of Orlando, per cent over 1963. Wanhlp 5. .,., IllOO a.ak maud; a Knbrht, SOI Shamrotl H*
t set up by Democrats at Atlantic wholly voluntary and Its success Mr Jayne Myers of Braden. "While a small part of Flor Tralnlnt: :: Sarrtaa.Dalo*. 4ilO Iila P.DVEvanlnt p.m.Wadnaidaa v..... Oardaaa.rjMT -

: t I City than one might expect at a ]aaConfounding -Huntsville, Ala. Times. depends primarily on pub ton, W. E. Scheu of Jacksonville Ida' gain i* a result of low fig. Pram MaMlnl' Y,1as CHBISHAH CHUW.BIDtatlpla ;
I lic understanding and support. George E. Wilson of :MI.' wee In 1963, the most of the increase I of ChrlitlMMO.I.
SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST MISSIONBaffla.
Just a* money Is the life ami and George E. Nicholsonof 1* very real and the Dr. Old Ena-lawood Rd.Tha . Tanpla Eaat V"1", *?a
II I' I II. stream of the commercial Pensacola. Florida gains stand out well RM. Arthur' U Splllar Paator Tha .... A ".. **"
The Pessimists ..
: W..hl a.. .... h/a .... Wanhlp. M a.
banks, so blood Is the life- They are telling their colleagues ahead of national averages." 5.dsr SchooL I," .a SundaT Behnnl. SllS ... __
,stream of the blood bank and from other states how

success of the program depends several Florida blood banks vr"vnv
I Interested In supars'zed figures Here mat? on the number of don recently cooperated in a successful

are some, supplied by one of our oil The answer I Is a definite Yes. It will b* ore. Civil Defense drill to the best
.J for folks
The citizen busy recipe
II average provide the blood needs of 20- lrooperBillsays
companies, that concern us all along don In two ways. One ts through the with his own affairs, Is moreor 715,. theoretically injured, and

with generations not yet born.In finding of new petroleum deposits. The less apathetic to the Importance also the day-to-day methods newly moved to

the last 40 years of this century, other lies In Increasing the amount of of the vital serviceof and appeals used by; Florida ;
his local blood bank until an blood banks to gain and maintain ..
'j more fossil fuels will b* consumed than oil and gas that can be removed from emergency arises where he or the support of their com Venice

'i I < In the previous ,000 years of recorded the wells. This Is known as secondary recovery a member of his family, munities.

I : ,,, history. Natural forces allow productionof through illness or injury, must While our state blood bank Y
call for aid that oftentimes i* I Take one phone call (or coupon below),
i t While world population will somewhat only 25 per cent of the oil In I ray a matter of life or death. program Is well organized and add hostess with baskets of gifts and

? f more than double by the year 2000 energy ervoir. But when liquids or gases are Injected It I I. those who have had such manned, the demand on of them ...., Information about the city, stir in feno-
because
I P consumption Is expected to rise five Into producing reservoirs, this percentage an experience that become open-heart are increasing and other complicated more ins hospitality, and you'll have a I en
and others
active donors urge erous and delisMful welcoma. Just
fold.Today can b* doubled. and sometimes to aid and support the effort. surgical operation plus phone

about half of all the energy tripled.It But why wait until misfortune more and more serious automobile
accidents are depletingthe
used In the world from strikes. If ;you are between '
comet petroleum Is Interesting to reflect that many supply.
/
the of 21 and 80 and
h I fuel Use of these fuels, lay the for*. years ago, when oil and gas use cam In good health ages you can help A recent survey shows that / : We1coiagon:

casts, will triple by the turn of the can- to only a small fraction of present levels, now by making a blood donation .. 'only three per cent of the people aVi
to your nearest blood bankor physically able to donatedo 5.'
there fear that .
widespread shortageswere
were
f tury.Th. collection center. It takes so. The problem is to motivate
} .' brings up the big question-can Imminent. The oil Industry has confounded but a few minutes' time and the other 97 per cent and PHONE {86de0g> -I

.,' this almost Incredible coming demand be the pessimists may save a life. that is where you can help by

The program of the annual donating yourself and urging -----------------------1 I

: meeting of the American Aoclatlon *- friend and relative to do *o. I

.:'. 1III'I! : Tea For Three of Blood Banks, to beheld Your local hospital or doctor I IJ
in Washington, D. C., Aug. will be glad to tell you where NAME.D I
ust 25-28, call attention to such a donation can be made

,TV** elderly 'ladies wr stranded hi said the third, "but make sure the cup Florida's leadership In this and explain tthe procedure to If YOU' have mechanical difficulty ADDRrteI I

} a tough neighborhood and th.y reluctantly ts clean. vital field. I Litt _
: you.Let's or I flat tin
l ; local Dr. Robert E. Klein, of Gainesville all help this worthy effort on an expressway Please Mon the/ Welcome I
stopped at a Wagon Hostess can on meD
greasy spoon move over to the
Returning a fw' minutes later with the young medical directorof for the welfare of our com
,.nd ordered from a grizzly waiter the Alachua General Hospital munity and our state Do your shoulder of the highway. It Is I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I
order, the waiter grumbled "Okay, which blood dangerous to stay In i lane of D I already subscribe to the I
iI ,' | 11 have a cup of strong tea and no blook bank and a former part to keep Florida' 44 GONDOUtKThursCIl"
one wanted a clean cup?" president of the Florida association banks stocked with blood Mid hlgh-speed moving traffic waitIng Fill out coupon and mall to Circulation Dent, I
Jemon, said on*. "Some weak tit and /
for
help
will head the national association ready for any emergency In 3-12 ,
t t )! ," said the second "Tea for me," -Dothan, Ala, E'jl"*. next year theie troubled times. .- -- - -! -

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-- The GONDOLIER, VenTce, Ft., Thmo'eey, ? uguat 27, 1964..y

Legal Legal .,

IM Tilt CIRCUIT COURT OF TICS Yo,. sod..ohofyeuab.roby500l-' To Attend Services .
TVIFIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN nod *.t si 1 .f .o'solalos: to foe.. Legion ;
..SIP At,) FOR sARASOTA COUNTY. oh.... a eartaJa. aontrant for .. on tha
.1tJ FL'RIDA. IN CHANCERY. Mlowlnt datcrlM. pmpartr _.... In
HEIJtNA) M DMSTBAD Saraaota Countr. rlorlila ta will ENGLEWOOD Englewood fishing trips and other divers

A .Injlo\ Tlalntlff""......., !Lot BY-WAY* T ...d SUBDIVISION II. Slosh 5!. VENICE.. par Legionnaires and the ladles of ions and fall in with their, comrades .

CASE NO. 17160 Pl.t thr...f an fll. and of r- Lemon Bay Post, American to swell! the ranks, il.
-ft- ...... la Plat Rook I. P>.. (I.
ready depleated
'HAI'U:8: NATO/ICE. aA as sod Publla Ramrd* of BaraaMa Legion Auxiliary, will attend by vacationing
FLUID MATI.oCK, .e ci. o0 at.o'NOTICII County. Florida.haa the morning service at Englewood Legionnaires.The .
toot Had ...1.... and artroqulrad
FOB
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OF. SUIT to ..... a anpr of your ....w.. Community Presbyterian Englewood) Legionnaires!
Houses For Suit I u Fonelm* 8>l* TotCHA1J.KS or plndlni W Ui. bill of ....,,1.,.. onUi Church Sunday The Rev. William follow a policy of attending religious
Sale Wanted To Rent PersonalsLOSE ; [ 'KMI'd': HATTIE Plilntlff.' .t.......,. BLAIR AND
.
MATI/{, huibnd and wlr, .FlOYD bRAN SIT Nanau Strart, VmlM Ftor. Everhart a Legionnaireand services in churches of
NEW RICHMOND Construction MATIPCK and JUANITA MATLOCK. Ida, and flla 05. arl.lnal an.w.r o.oloadl. Pastor of the Church, will various denominations, on the
BATES MOTHER and eight-year-old WEIGHT safely with h..... ,d and wlf. all p.rtl Corp. "Buckeye" in ,. preach sermon. Fifth Sunday on each month.jjjjjjT0.
Venice Dex-A-Diet Intermit hr thnnii-h, sod .ir.ln.t Clreull Court Maraaota Count
Gardens. Two bedrooms 2 son wish 2 Bedroom. Furnished new Tablets. On. mid .. .'.;. M.tlork, .r'IrM. '. COurth...., flaraaou. Plnrlria" on or .ba- The Legionnaires! will assemble t j
Chirgs Rates, both Thursday baths or preferrably unfur. : ly 98 cents. Dick and Meadows Floyd Mttlotk. Ju.nlta M.tlixlf. or an> fore th. llth day of Bvptamtw 1M4.
Monday Editions ducted heat and air-con- fished house. Prefer Pharmacy. 000 ., mora of th... ..d oil '....1.. If rou 'nil t* *o ao, judrmmt 9 W da- at legIon headciuarters at \
and
ditloninj, tile roof, garage Lot near h.vlnf or l.lmlnv' to h... any rlrhti fault will ba taken aialnut rou for th* 8 a.m. Headed by the national ';
beach Call 488-8388 after 5. ...... .. .
I till f Intorut In th prop.rt b.rlndnnrlr rrllrf .d. In Oh bill of mnplalnt.Thla
$$1.59 graded and seeded. Concrete Lost "'ditM&S nolle Soil b* ,.bllb'" ono emblem and the post colors, !
drive, paved street water, I i .os.5' yos. sea' ": = fanh ...Hr for foersoo.oetlo.. wooS I I. they will march In column the
Business Personals aWII i 1 "of .o.ei.u.a; to'f r Th. VENICE: GONTIOI.IEB,
((12 word minimum) sewer, $14,750 complete. Occu. SOLITAIRE EMERALD KINO rlnM .....1.. eontraet for sofa on th.fnllovjna lIONS and ORDERED at Raranota,. short distance to the church.
Word each 6 a pancy DO days Other models and diamond wed-llng Hrlbd pronorty loeatnd InS Florida, thl.. fib dos of A...... 1161 Commander Bill Haute and All New 1964
WINDOWS
& BATH enclosures. ringon
Additional from $8,195 : >...(.. Ountr, FlnrliU, to wit W. A. WYNN Clark Post Chaplain Louie D. Shep.
on your lot, Phone Nothing down. Easy terms.S Nokomis Beach off pavilion. T>.it pnrtion of land lying In s... rirrult Court Baraaota CountFlorid. /.
488-1474. Reward aa County, Florida. North and ... card will lead the continent I
CASH retei, both Thursday & H Stamps. All Brand Co. Contact The Gondolier W pt or th. ._k ,,..,...In" oath 0, JAN CVIHHO.By Haste prescribed the uniformof Models Are Here
Monday Edition CBS BEDROOMS. 488-1824 1724 S. Trail. Newspaper .,, followlnt oo.erlhd. pronrrtirl D.piO Cloek.
ond Florida A part of th* No" ..' 1/4 of BLAIR AND DEAN. the day, if avalable, to in-
room. tile bath Golden Beacn RUBBER STAMPS made to Used th, NorthwM 1/4 of the Southdaiirlbod i // W. It.... WIMI.ma Jr. elude legion caps, white shirts, Now Is the time
or. Trucks .. ,... .
$$1.40 wnnn R2II Rnhm w'I' 1/' of 5.uoo 54. T.h AI"' for Plaintiff,
St der Overnight service. Of. II 55 Bouth. R..... 10 E.... lit N..... Street, blue tie, dark trousers.
fice. personal, pocket or stock '82 INTERNATIONAL aa 1..11....! Starting ., P. O. Boi "74, The ladles will assemble at to save $ $ $ $
m'nlrnum' R-185 .
r2 word ) Rentals th, oenter II.* of th* Intoruo.tlin Venloa. Morida.Publl.ll
11 .ach Sc 4881432. tractor. New tires & Paint. of. two road, drel...,,,,, A... IS. IB. 17. Sept I, IDU. the Church at 8'15: a.m, Mrs.
Additional Word Perfect. $3595 West Coast so bit, U. 5. U sod Flnrid. Norman Coulon president urg. Take advantage of our
LARGE 11'C. ..portl..I. sod po.o.sdioo IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AS-C.. I. ...... ROOM and bath In Truck Sales. 3450 No. Washington Fn>t..rly along 0.05'S. ofnod INI' AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY ed the Legionnaires to forego 'C
'ot..A...'I. 10 ....... of II ..... private hOMe. Venice Gar. CREDIT CARD Blvd., Sarasota (Route 301 U. S. 41. HIS foot, th...... Boulh FI ORIDA IN PROBATE. HIGH
,"do .. "- wtI.a. il ..t. Ia. dens. Phone 480-3851. FORGERY INSURANCE (4.0< fort to th. rdc. of rightofway IN RFt Th. Tkt.ta of
.IIM' .: ..:5 ,IIIUAI.I. tA.s.ffr,. North'). of a.M foad .. nnlnt ..fboal..nln.1 KARL GRIGO8, No. 77(1TO Trade-in Allowances
.'" d.... at II <*au .. 4 Protect ) thene. oulh' .rly 117rlghWway Doemof.NOTIIIO.
A l ROOM liability due to
( MM Gwdoll.r r Oi FurnUhod Collage on your ,,. moo' or to "',00S tho '" Tn CREDITORS
to a
-.4.I ...l., 5"nll*> 0 ..laa.lfl.aa."cLASsipTED Dunn5 Bay Phone evening lost or stolen credit cards Boats For Sale limit 'of mad Plo" ... AIL CREDITORS: AND OTHFR NOW
$10,000 Ida 777. UiritM NorlhwuMrlyalong PERSONS: HAVING (AIMS AGAINST
488.3801
$28 three
coverage, rlght- ifw.y of road. Florida THE ABOVB ESTATE 01
DISPLAYOn years. For full particulars SACRIFICE OFFER 19ft. 777 114.HI tut, mnr or .Ion, You 5.. .hereby. notified and required. -0-
UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom to Interuet the rlaht.> ofroad to fll. elalm. or dem.nd. which
any you
Edition, per inch SJ.Od\ bath house 2 stop in or call length 8-ft. beam. Plnto-Val- 0 S. 41, .h..... RuUrly may h... ...,.., th* ..Id ...to In th.eTflr GO"DODGE
''oni Inch $3.50 ; walking distance vo engine. Tunnel stem All along OS,. rlirht-of-way of road of th* County Judn of ..... "THEY GOTTA
Both Edi per to shopping renters Children EDGEVanORSDAtEAGENCY fibreglassed. Hardtop. Draft U B. 41. l
welcomed. th. point of beginning Tog th..r Florida, within tlx ((61 calendar .
Year's lease at 12-ln. Wonderful for bay and with tho lmprov, ....... th.ron.hu month from th* dat* of th. tint
All cl!",,ified ads payable In $11000. : per mo. 488-1158. 118 W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 gut?. Lots of room for chairs .bun fflod airalnrt. you and you ONr..ulrod publication of thIs notice. Each cl.lm
swept ei'abliihediscounK. to .... a fony rf your onmooOC or d.m.nd muit .b. In writing, In du,,". Stock No 811 Dart 170- -
advance SHOP, DESK AND and fishing\ tackle. $995. Phone pleading, u ti* bill nf romplnlnt oath. .. and most atat tha plae. of ....1..1.d.n. -
OFFICE 488-3157 Plantlff.) atoniry nial.' md Dean ., and poet otfl.. addran of th. LOW 4dr., white, turquoise trim,
spaces for rent, East Venice Dressmaking, alteration*, dra tin Nau.it Stn-t V.nlc I Florida I soil .i.iosoOoodmi.t b. .worn tohyth.. retractable
file th. .l plMdlng Inth claimant, his or heater, defroster,
Ave., Grove St. rlgln aniwrr or agont"
Tamiami perles, eta reasonable 488-1130 0.17..1.: : ::
CANCELLATION offlo of thl Clerk of th* Circuit It will boo'.. Told .. belts.
or seat
Trail South Venice and Taml- Lego Court S... ota IVunty" Courihou... Bar Claim form may ba obtained from th*
ADJUSTMENT ami Trail, Port Charlotte Seo aflota, Flurit'n. ... or rafor th* IKth day County Jung*', offloa at the Courthoue $1994DODGE
SHEPARD of September II-4. If you fall to do ... la baranola.LILLJAM. PRICESON
Requests for cancellation . Charles Rickard Venice leoTIc'xvia,4b..pojht .
1 Transit udirment by d rault will h* token MONTAnTJB.E
of .djustment bee u I a of &: Storage, or Rlckard May. LUMBER othw t |than the*. Inromd. for h...."..d of, ,the deceued E..... ofRod I
CO. hill of complaint.Thla
arts, mult ba made for flower Port Charlotte. Phone CanAI. Patnh..IIla R.Mnt.l.Chareh.l lIM own"rOnratnr .otC.. .hall .h* puhlUhed,. one* BOOVE HA ZEN 4k. IDPHOHDINd, ALL TRUCK
Thursday Gondolier BEFOREI I Venice 488.1317 or NEptune 1003 N. Washington Blvd. each week for four eoneeenllv w..lu In Florida Pow. 4k. Light Building Stock No. 819 Model D-
GONDOLIER. Vonlc Florida l -
THIS Th. VENICE '
I pjn. on Monday. For Mon. 9-2558. I Sarasota TWFUTH) CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OP TSP IN Don and Ordered at baraiiota, Flor Attorney;; for Kxecutrlg.,: GENERALELECTRIC 100 122-inch wheelbase
call AND FOB SARASOTA I.... this. 7th day nf 1914. Fubllakt A... 17, Sept. I. 10. 17, \tU. -
day Gondolier BEFORE Span. SMALL FRAME HOUSE in'' ",ORmA. TO CHANCERY rOtlNTr. W A N1Jr..iJl; Sweptline Pickup, white, HD

on Thursday. Laurel, $45 per mo. Phone I ELLIOTT PAULfor KAIPrt LANOirKf" JR. TBArB Circuit Florida.By Court, Saruota County rear springs, directional I tignali -
AGNF8 LANniERI .. JOHN I.
PHONE 488-2639 or 488.3530.FURNISHFD BLAIR, .. Trnrtaa, I J... Culmmo, CENTRAL rear bumper.
Plalntlffi, Deputy Clerk. Q]
ROOF
TRUSSES BLAIR AND DEAN $1882
3 ROOMS and Alum. sr O. :.. n.l8s lIe W. Iiigen. Wllll.nn' Jr.,
&
WIndowt Doors IISADOWII. aiioii.ma
a9-312S
bath. Yearly rate $65. Menen. ., Attorney for Plaintiff HEATINGAND
dez Apts. 517 Menendez St. Contract Roofing & Painting Defenifant. (17 N..>atl Street.O .
( iANCIEP4TTii91VS5AS10E :
.
1B7>
Phone NoTice OF !Purr P. Boo RAMBLERS
488.2132 Venice
Ph. 4883012. Tn. LYrE O. Venlc.. Florida.ubll.hl '
You a.. hcrrfcr MEADOWS,nolirio Ui.i Com.plulnt Aug II, tO, 5?. Sept. I. "... AMD 9 i
a 112 American
Stock No. I I
Lots For Solo I I Sd.. ITnr.rid.tiM., gnhurh.ii, P.......,. TYPEWRITERS and Adding (,or Dwlantoir 0.,,.. for on Im.1M I HAVE AL'.BATHThAT I '
Vmlr*. | Mr, unfmMiMI. |.1, Machines (mechanically > vrant or Mtfcnwnt MCTOM th* fnlowlni INTER CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE: AIRCONDITIONING 220 itation wagon, white, reclining ,'..
0...... LOU JAOP9. .HO.UIT operated d. crlb..l prop rtir hH b..n fll dfftilniil TWF.LFTH JUDICIAL CIRrUIT IN ( ..3Ws ;..
VPSICK RpamrNn': torn ) Chemicallv; cleaned |roa, to wltt AND FOR SARAPOTA COUNTY. IS TOUR seats, custom steering
V' I"R IUJBINPHX BITF1OVMilt FURNISHFD APARTMENTS, like new. Just $12 SO plus parts Hint P ort of th* 8U of KE1/4 .f FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.. wheel, Dow-guard coolant. ". ::i"
. NWt/ nf S... II T.8.hI II s-oCh WILLIAM A. TUMMAN .ndHELMA. PRIDE
LOU JACOBS 8 JJSt if All
reasonable. Walk to beach required makes. Venice ... Kuib.nd
R. .0 boss )etoa No"h .1 U. S.HI.hw. A. HAMMAN :
and shopping. Call 488-3447. Stationers! 211 W. Venice Ave. ." U iT.u.I' T..II ..ndBou.htorl" .04 wlf. $2093 ::4
ELK INLET Seawalled private 4R8.8113? of th.t .....1. ....k PlalaU EQUIPMENTI
Evenings, 474.2569.TRAILVIEW flnwlnr throo.h th. KW1/4 of "EI II CASK NO. 1785'
boat basins E .L. Kilton, of NW1/4. which riwk _tl..... Dud '
Bayshore Drive. Nokomls. Help WantedWE fl.... Into th* ....kh Rlv.r and mE PASKO ..d MARY K. Stock No. 187 Classic 550 . !
i APT. for
rent
by further dwerlhH. .. followtt Beirfn .t I PA"KO. b..bond sod wife.so CALL TODAY 4-dr. sedan white white : .
,
year. Completely furnished. point IS ft Eut old 15 Im North at. 1<.)
of SW eor. of 8H of SE1/4 of FOR ESTIMATES tilver black weather- :
.
NEED trim
Licensed Real Estate nefend.nuNOTU'K ,
Automotlc heat ,
and air con. KW1/4 (..ld point b.lnt 5 In ....... oferwk OF SUIT
Real Estate! ditloncd. 1000 Sq. ft On E. People. New class by ) tit..... Northxutrrhr' iloiiitnter BIT TO KORbCLORE CONTRACTOR eye heater, Dow.guard coo!. ,; 'If
I .. ,
Kathleen Wilkinson to start 4 of creek to Intonectlonwith TOt STEVE PASKO and
Tampa St., close to stores, BALE ant.
North Hi. or SH of flPI'4': of .
200 FT. FRONTAGE on Laim.1 Tel. 888-4184. Thursday, Sept. 10 at 262 South NW1/4- th.... Eut alohi nld North out MARY partle.R.el.lmlng PASCO' I.huiband..,.... hv.and thr..wlf".h. : $2051 : ;
tiRe Sll fMt. mor. '5i.1 1m. to North W4 nift, '
Road x 306 ft. deep. West of Trail. John McLaury Real Estate. r'oh' of o.r siRs of T.ml.ml TrullU otd.roe,00ioaSIO, IA STEVE PABKO } >.W' ; .
2! BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished Phone 488SSJ1 or 488. ( S Hlihwar 41)) thtnra Southwwtnlr .nd MARY R. IASKO. orate on* Hi
41,$3500, cash R. T, Graham ilonn inld' North, lln. ofTunlwnl or moro of them, and all partial having :
Plenty for chI! 5098. Classic 550
room till or Stock No. 192
Route 1, Box 72. Oslerf ield, Ga. I Trail to point on thi South or al.lmlng to 5 50550cr .
...
,dren and pets Phone 4886781. II.. of S', of en/4': of NW1/4 .ndM ntomt la th. property herein! .bad station white, green :
PILOTS ft. Jut: of SW enrnn of 8'4 of wagon
FOR LEASE OR SALE, 2 bedroom 8EI/4 of MWI/41 the,, North. II trim, custom steering wheel, I
3 MALE
BEDROOM HOUSE on the OR FEMALE: ft. to ,I.., of borlnnlnl 1_ th. f.i.sIlt. Ms J
CBS
furnished. $123.00 water. Ninely furnished. needed for dally plane tours .. _.Ibod ,..... of l.nd I to.fin I IUJI."I Dow-guard coolant .IV\ .4'
moth! Sorrento Shores, Phone4&3jOO. of Intor-Mtlon I of North Ruberoid Approved
M point '
NPC. Phone 488 3681. From Venice Air -
; Base. Must of BH of 8E1/4 of NW1/4 BM14atW Barrett Approved eoottna $2276Wclfer
have. 600 hours and Florida 'nd th. North rliht of w.r
HIM of U. S. HI.h_, 41. th.". t
TO\ BUILD when can Misc. For Sale Real Estate License. IMMEDIATE fIou.hw...." .10.. Mid} tubA of war : (
you TOP EARNINGS. Call lln. SOD It., tit.... with .. .n.l. of Motors\
buy homes .... 744 VENICE AVE. E.
at sacrifice to d_ to rlrht nn IM ft. th. .I.Tt: GU y
prices? We have a $19,500 value I-WHEEL TRAILER, 8 ft. 958.1187 collect for appoint with .. ...I. of to d*.... to rlaht .
ment. ran Northu>trly ..d ,...11.1 to hlvh. RAMBLER DODGE I
Good, $40: 8-inch bench saw, PH. 488.5359 "
for JiOND-E.
$12,000, 2 bedrooms, 2 woe to point on th. North bnundirr ')AY'tr' Stftt, ,
baths fine location, City of like new, Complete $75; Small ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office of ...ld E.|8H.', with of 8E1/4.Id North of NW14IIthrnr boundtr If" t . "I'), 951 I S. TRAIL "; .' I

Ven'ce.'! paint spray outfit, like new, w ,, Fla. .\
wants live-wire licensed real to point of bwlnnlni And !i. ,,! Venice,
Two Complete $40. Phone 488-4536. 05. foil,ooie000o 0 of I..d 1 .e50un ., ,.1, ,,'
bedroom home 2 blocks estate salesman. Reply J. C., of Iot.o.otloo of No.05 II,. of DAVIS ROOFING CO. .1
LESTER .
from Gulf fireplace, cornerlot USED WINDOW SASH Box 746 Venice. r.l..e snii .1 NW/d 5.0. si-aa.so. ---I 'i .

rhht-of-way to the Beach, and shutters. Doublehungsash screens ona U. .tin. 51,0 North*.,rjuht 41 T.mUml of way lint Tr.1111 of Earle L. Kilton John C. BennettComplete .- ; 'i' , i -

$11500. and win. Fcmola Helo Wanted the. South IT d..'.. W.., .lon> Roofing Contractor;
one plate picture of lln. 600 ft. for
th. .Id rliht w.
Unusually! nice 3 bedroom, 2 dow. 4886430. .h.... North I
of Iwrlnnlnirl
bath home, large kitchen, FlorIda TWO LADIES NEEDED at a IS point d.... Wot" 110 ftP I .h..... South SPRAY COATINGOn rent from ECO N i, '

Room overlooking the Bay, LIKE NEW Westm"house once for canvassing in Nokomis 17 IS d.dMM..*. W.I Eut to 161 tho ft North I th.no.rlirht South of Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roofs i'i ii{ 1

a buy at $26,500. Roaster, includes utensils Venice, Englewood, thine ww. u.NorUinuUrlr. of >>ld U.(lonl S. .Hi.hw.r ld rlnhtof I No.oml., Fla Ph. 488-59

On wide part of Sarasota and wheeled stand, $15. Ph. Port Charlotte and North Port w., lln. 144 fort nor* or Im to ot so I
I Bar! 4882493. of bwlnnlnind 1
exclusive I subdivision, 2 __ Charlotte areas. No selling. 4 .point,... >r* nqulrvl. to ..*. a oonr :
bedroom, 2 bath home 113 ft. hours per day, S days a week. of no o0.0. ... or othn plMulin* ta A HOME? '
END .
OF SUMMER CLEAR. TO BUILD
of th. Ptantlff. .t"'' PLANNING
.on.pl.int on
seawall and No Permanent employ. Mid 'cause little
layoffs.
fireplace charge so
ANCE Big money for your Bl.lr *nd D.'n. P O. Roa tON. we ,
$reened Lanai reduced to ment. Call No. Port Charlotte, m". ': Strut, ... .*. FlorM.. and I IIII. Before you decide see our i
K1500 and let on Zenith Color TV Danish for for in. th. orlrlnal ...war or ,I..U.. ,In MODELS IN JI
will consider 426 1415 appointment
an of th. Circuit ".
Modern styling in genuine oil tea offlo* of th Cl.rk : .
1 I
offer terview. Tuesday and Wednes. Court u _bov ...ted on or brfor th* Among the "Big 4 In car rental ECONO CAR Is First I .
Duplex 2 bedroom each : finished walnut veneers and day Aug. 23 26 9 to 10 a.m. IS doe of BeptinnBW. 1M4 If you fill VENICE EAST In Savingsl Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler.built car . t
solids todoos. d.o'.bdOf0nit11iIho4500so.iost and oil, Insuriance
hardwood
a'de.' select $615. from at little as 3.99. Including gas
furnished one tide rent. i Metal cabinet ((82 channels), you and for th relief demaudd of Venice seat belts. Call for Inquiry, pick'up or deluveryEcopJocAcart/
M. a deal at 16000. FASHION WIGS-Be a party .. u In Mid eompl.lnt. 6 miles South

We have many other homes $400.! Black & White TV-16-ln. hostess and earn credits toward DONE. thA AND. 17 ORDERED doe of. Auo"at."Socosota.Plorudo. loa& on the Tfniaml Tr. (U.S. 41)) ,

and" lots portable (82 channels) $140: a free human hair Sara- w. A. WYNNE. cia.cuoolt ri

value whose for owners cash.will Easy sacrifice 19-ln. portable ((82 channels) Wig. For Information phone .coon, Soeooota Coonte.Fiooido. BUILDERS OF $ MEDALLION HOMES .1

tenns $150. Aloha Music &: Appliance Sarasota 0240060 Byi .n* Culmmo I #
can be arranged on 307 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488. PuplUtll Au/ to. IT 8>pt. S. 10. IIU. : !299 ,.'

runny of our listings. 2618. POSITION AVAILABLE for I NOTICE OF INTENTION : ''k. '1,

BYRON MARKLE Realtor, _ experienced secretary with I TO REGISTER nCTITIOUS NAME r- !!J1r .......... i "

Ph. 488-4703 TWO BABY BEDS, $3 each building firm. Shorthand typ Th* ...d..I..... do honb urlllythat : :-;:':':'.. '. '
: thw ... aonduetlnt a Goiwral Innranc f .
I Phone 4882039._ ing, bookkeeping required. I hiMlnui at Lau..'. Fla.. imdir cqN ctl
BEDROOM HOUSE in Ven- Call 488.1350 for appointment. the flctltloM "am* of U M. Profflt In.lunno J : :
Ice Clnie to schools stores. _Pianos- Aroicy. and th.t uld firm I. AUTO CENTER .
...... GARDEN
.. who. GULF .
On nmpnwl of th. followln M'.R NY
> paved street. Large shade Steinway Knrbe Everett Male Help WantedDEBIT namu and plaou of r-ldenc ar, .. I 'C. _! .,.
. .
te5L Rent $75 monthly. Sale. George Steck Winter Cable )e .
low "iTlIl1 rofflt.. B.,."..* Llm*, taaIllnn'l PH. 488.1096 '
down Cable Salesman ;
payment. Phone 488- Nelson Fayette S INSURANCE VENICE SHOPPING CENTER f..

1231. Hallett &: Davlr Age 2545. Married I.F j"Profnt, Bajthor I tlm. P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice, Florida 'J'' \ ., ,
- ..,<' ',t. ;
Musette Players High school graduate. Sales experience Ownmhlp LaUr.l, Fla of L. M Proffll In......* I -t-o! "

PRIVATE PARTY wants late Pianola Players preferred but Insur. Acmn I. .. follow i L_ .
I or 4 bedroom home West Organs- experience not necessary. L M Promt' SO< ROe -it, LflIUi1 .
01 ance Mlnnl, "J. Profflt. 50 ,,"r wntIt .
Trail. Have 2 Bedroom, 2 Allen Lowrey Venlce-Englewood area. One la our lntntloa to apply to the
bath on Harbor Must ftoHl of th* Clreult Court I.. and forlaruoU DISTINCTIVE
Drive to trade OF resident preferred.
COMPLETE!: SELECTION year Florida to mbter.
ia Box] 208, Venice, Fla. REBUILT, RECONDITIONEDAND have car. Excellent earnings to Cs,. aald Os Contitr.,. L. M. Profflt Imurano, Real Estate Corner _

- GUARANTEED start and opportunities for A...... ndw th. prwlilonl of Chopin
FULLY O.SI'. La... of Florida. AcM of 1I41.
PIANOS AND ORGANS much higher earnings and ad. wlt._ our hOOdS thll II dv ofA. _

Houses For Sale FROM *U"Florlda'a vancement. Write giving quail. .... 1.64. L. M norm

Music Co.? fications to P. 0. Box 3590, MINNIE J. PROFFIT.Mtlbtl .
BY OWNER. Completely fur. Largest Sarasota Au. r. Bn t. I, 10. ". 1!!4._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,- INTERESTED? .

. fished' 2 bedroom. CB. with rANTOOM_.....n. MUSIC- CO. _. I
Income efficiency apartment.' : 1301 1st St., ? Industrial! Air Conditioned
INTERESTED CentralWaterend
Inc.
Priced WOLFER MOTORS. I
reasonably. Must be I Opp Florida Theatre ,
em to be appreciated. Phone I Open Thurs. fc Frl Oil 9 p.m. RAMBLER DODGE 100' X 200' ON R.R. Sanitary Sewer. .0

IM2306.BEAUTIFUL. Ph. 958-101* Trail 488.3965-488-6150 Realtor I AVE.KERMIT Screened Patio 2 Bedroom
- I ?,15 S. Tamiami H. N. WI I m m. r s SEABOARD I Bath Dwelling .

Landscaped, Motorcycle. Good tires SPECIALIST IN. . Yard
MO-Ped Garden and -
Well For
Ranch Type Home, large liv.big : and running condition. Only ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent L. 541 Shamrock Blvd .

t area dining space, kitchen, $75. 4881231. Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis for Waiters Union Telegraph MICKLETHWA1TREALTOR TOTAL PRICE i.70D

ta| bed rooms, two baths, pan- ; TANKS stands Front End Alignment Oil Change Monday thru Friday 9 to Si: Saturday to I ,
try; FUEL OIL
!
utility, man's work shop, Headlights Beami H.N.WIMMERSREALTOR
S&H End Ov.rhaul S Adjust 'I
wrlc heat air conditioning. Fuel oil deliveries. Front \ CLOSED SUNDAYS l i
Standard Heating I Electrical Repairs
Wheel Balancing Drive
large Green Stamps. 801 Laquna
double CLEAN
screened-in
carport, tool room porch Tel. 488- Service. Across from fire I Engine Overhaul .. Any Automata or Repair Standard HELP KEEP VENICE 488-4621 221 W. Miami Ave. 488-53j


e:02." station. 488-4052. S Radio Repairs Transmliilon _-______-__-_--_____________-______ -_ -_
a APACHE I IWorld's Alreonditloninq Repair and ImtallatlonGREEN'S -
BEDROOMS, 2 Bath alr-com best sen.
built
.cUtioned C.B. House in VenCardens best Special r- ALLOVER SOUTH COUNTY
\" trailer .
Phone 488-67U tog camper goingon. r CITY OF VENICE LOTS OF LOTSI
'ell days demonstrator sale now FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION LOTS AND
and before II p.m. and
Weekends l and after 8. 488-1770. Little money, down d .. heat and air! eonditionlna. Water Front or Upland- Sorrento Shores VenetiM
iR low bank payr *>ts. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central Laurel No.omi. Venice Venice G.rdsmVenice
Vlitr""ll. .lw<. II. ."'.. Prim* CAMPER'S WORLD. .. Completely furniihed except one bedroom Well landscaped. Gardens -
J......s sa>. Uo.I..". 110...... Washington Blvd. Member Chamber of Commerce Methodiit Church. East South Venice
LOU JAtOBB. S-im 100 N. GAS SERVICE Clow to Grace SUPER SPECIAL TO BUILDERSI!
INDUSTRIAL
ATTRACTIVE (Opp Mass Bros.) DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL ,

baths 8 Bedroom I Sarasota Heating and Air Conditioning Price: $15,500Terms 6 LOTS IN EASTGATE
Reaaonable. Easy

termL Or 8-8474.P. O. Box 98. Venice Tri-County Equipment Co. Heating 6 Air Conditioning Installations FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY


VENICE BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. Gas Ranges Water. Heaters REALTOR Bruce Thompson, Rene Cobb, Joseph Swee, Associate > :( .
GARDENS 2 bed. 955.5705 '- Fr.. Estimates -

I'1orlda lOoms, m baths paneled week* pedal/ on No Job Too Bio .ar Too Small I 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 488-2649 alt _S, Tamiami T,. P. O. Boi 935 Phone 488673JISSFJED
rbi
room cathedral cell- 488-2271
Inel I 263 S. Trail. Venice) Ph. -a -
central heat. Available Lubrication Equip.

uPOIl' request. 4865397,. Govern rP

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Myakka\ Lanes Eon. Marie end Don defeated
: Margaret and Tom Enochs;
The Monday Nlte Mixed Lea- Cinny and Bill Stahl; Nancy
\ Cue goes Into the final night and Clay Cooper to reach the ,
with Devlin's Garage and finals I Is
Y 1r Team No. 1 in a tie for first I In the Consolation division,
\ place. Cora Devlin paced the ttottle and Fred Shinn will
ladies with a 485 aeries to help meet Harriet and Bill Hendrix '
'
.
I her husband's team to take all for" the title on Wednesday, ,, tt a p : ,pit rr
four points ,from the Engle Sept. 2.
wood Nursery despite Marie -0Harold -
I Johnson's high game of 173 Manco won the 3- ,
It for the lalles Bryn Wamsley game Sweeper Saturday nights Yc,'r
t led the men's scoring with a '1th a 627 handicap series. Larry -
224 high game and 582 high series. Johnson was second with a
{ r 617 and John McLaughlin was ,
a -0- tilrd with a 602. High games
r'h Monday afternoon at 1 p,m, vent, to Harold Manco, Billy
;}v4i the Helser Sinclair Housewives drove and Terry Sourbeer. .'4
League Is having a practice -0- --
(Omilolkr'' pinto b. Dwrl lUHo.)
end
session to formulate this year' Leagues are poised
teams and get those ladies interested ready for the coming season. LITTLE LEAGUERS FETED Members PhUIlp Mitchem Tim Helser. Randy Cole,
In joining their league Meetings are being held to tie Manager Dick Fey, Ronnie Perkins, Eric
out to meet the girls, Special up the loose ends and fill the League Shaw, Joe Boyenton and Coach Cene Heller
prizes will feature the best vacancies that exist In a few night during the regular weekly meeting of Missing! from photo are Mark: Bennett, Rich I
team bowling with fun and Boots. Scheduled meetings are: the organization at Marchione's ard LiggUt Dennis Webrand and David Mo*
sponsoring
1 tll : .... prizes for all. Falstaff Early Bird Mixed today Restaurant In Laurel. From left to right, er. Guest speaker WAS Larry Rhodes, ownerof
-0- at 7:30: pml; Carling Black Radio Station WAMR and manager of the
Shaw
Scotty
front Mike Shrode, Reginald ,
The Mixed Doubles Match Label Men's Scratch today at ; Little League team.
(Gcndolhr photo .br Devil Maura) Game champions are Mary 8 p.m.t{ Blalock Insurance Bruin, Randy Britt and Wayne Ziegler; rear: Kiwanis Senior Division

Shepherd and Bob Norman Ladies have a captain' meet. Steve Frisco, Tampa, 1Mb. sistently. The same goes for
FULLBACK CANDIDATES for the Venice Stahl, both juniors, did not play last year but Fine bowling by Mary and Bob Ing a* 9 p.m. tomorrow Superior snook; and Larry Knowles. the canal. in North Port Char
High School football team are shown here were members of the championship Venice moved them through elimination Heating and Air Conditioning FISHINGLou Winter Haven 12-lb] snook. A lotte, Mrs Thomas sail I
during Monday's opening-day practice session Junior High team In 1962. Dalton was a after elimination\ and the Sunday Mixed League will majority of these fine south Worms and shiners seem to
attended by 35 linemen and backs. Taking quarterback on the 1963 LJ'l Indian team, final round brought them meet at 8 p.m. Sunday; Servl- Betzner of te North Jet jetty catches were made during be the most popular bait.
the handoff from sophomore quarterback and during spring practice this year opposed against Marie Johnson and Don soft Monday Early Men at 8 ty Fish Camp reported that the early-morning hours
candidate Steve Dalton is Jack Wright, while veteran Ray Joelson in the intra-squad game. Hendricks. Mary and Bob de- pm. Monday; Englewood good catches of snook and reds Myakka River catches reg-
1 veteran John Henne and newcomer Raleigh The Indian varsity opens the season on Sept. feated, in the march to the Men's Tuesday at 7:30: ; Sum are being made early in the istered at Snook Haven included for an
Stahl left to right, await their turn. The center 18 with a home game against North Fort championship the teams of mers Nursery Men's, 7:30: Wednesday -!' morning and late in the eve- enjoyableday GOLF
\ is Junior Joe Henriquez, a member of last Myeri in a White Sands Conference clash Carol Saladino and Bob Ham; ; Venice.Nokomls Bank ning. Neil Glddena of Winter Bunky Fraser and friend
year's varsity, Henne, a senior, is being The jayvees start three days earlier when Sharon Meagrow and Stan Allen Guys and Dolls at 8:30: p.m. Haven landed a 23-lb. snook both of Sarasota, 20 bass and of _
witched from halfback to fullback this season they host Riverview on Sept. 15. ; Madge Powers and Harold : Wednesday; Men's Thursday Tuesday morning, using live 10 blue gill and Louis Stusak,
by Head Coach Jim Powell Wright and Manco and finally---Marie andV'7" night scratch league starts the shrimp Snook Haven, three channel TRY
-- 1964-63 season on Thursday, From Tarpon Center Bait catfish and four bass. SARASOTAGOLF
t ', ; Sept 3; Tavern League starts and Tackle Shop at the south Mr. Jesse Thomas of the CLUB
the on Labor Day.Cyro's ,
r81GHEST t tdl + season jetty came this report: Thomas Bait Ranch on E. Venice '
.
_ > J. Carl Agee, Evansvllle, Avenue reported that fishing r DAILY GREEN 04 A A
PANNILL'SCUSTOM ,'. LanesBerlin Ind., age 7, a B-lb red; Hap has been very good up the FEES .. . ... dO.UU
Brannon, Venice, 17-lb. snook, Myakka River with bass, blue I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. I
Sims League: Ait Gerald Smith, Venice, 14-lb, gill, shellcrackers and fresh I South of Sarasota I
QUALITY v Russell Gulf Tailors, led the snook on an 8-lb. test line, water catfish\ are hitting con -..

league for high ample! with 244; ....
WORK UPHOLSTERING Roy Harris, Wood Chrysler
put together 179, 190 and 233
dl for 602 series Gulf Tailors
1 Ante Interiors bowled high single team gameof GYRO'S
ttus o 914 and high series 2427.
Final standings for the league:
YL ING. Furniture Refinishing Mrs. Pannill Is shown at machine. Note toy horse and handbag Anchor Oil 35-21, Wood Chrysler FAMOUS
? 33-23. Sun Paint 27-29, Dun
can Chevrolet 25.31. Gulf Tailors -

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I Y0FRICH Boat Tops & Cushions Expands; In New LocationIt's League The Tuesday will begin Nile bowling Ladles (Formerly Early Wynn'i Steak Houte)

r AB&ICS Tuesday, Sept. 8th at 7:30: p.mThere 2224 S. Tamlaml Tr. Phone 488-2295
the ladder it feasible.
another move up as soon as was
FREE ESTIMATES for Ed and With 20 of experience are a few vacanciea left
of success years
In this league Please contact
: ::;; ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPRICED' Doris Pannill. They have just behind them, !they specializein Floss Callahan, 488.1769. v tN: BILL MORRIS
f opened their Custom Upholstery auto seat covers, floot mats '
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its location at and accessories, furniture Singing
shop at new upholstering
There will be a meeting of ,
We were formerly located at the 111-113 Milan across the street and refinishing and the Monday Nile Men's League r
i .TO SUIT just west of the Venice Elementary boat tops and cushions. They
Venice Air Base We're now at our at 7:30: p.m", Aug. 31 at Cyro's r N
School also do aircraft interior work a1
Everybody please attend
U new location. . The Pannills formerly were such as seats, head liners as this Is the important one. .
located at the Venice Air Base carpets draperies and side -0- tiK
111013 MILAN ST. after coming here from Ft. panels.As The Thursday Night Ladles' "rr u

Worth, Texas, in 1960. Like so a sideline to their business League will start bowling Sept
Ph. 488-3895
many Venetians, they originally Doris designed a plastictoy 10 Those interested in bowlingIn
came here to visit, learnedto horse. Her inspiration washer this league, please contact
w love Venice and moved here i granddaughter Jackie and Nedra Bate. at 488.5866.
- ------- --
-- so the horse Is named "The
CIDM Jackie Horse." Although she
has a patent on the toy she ATTENTIONVENICE STARRING *
has not bothered to promote GOLFERSPLAY
I I It. It is on display and for sale
4- in the shop. DAY OR NITE Steve VarelaIN
I On W.., Coos,' Sportittf $
\ Mrs. Pannill also! makes MARTI SMIGA
9 HOLE PAR 3 LAYOUT
smartly designed pouch bags Hostess
out of the various fabrics at TOMMY BOLT'S THE MUSIC BOX ROOM
i her disposal as well as plastics
i : Golden T Golf Steve has been drummer with such name fg.

They make their home at bands at Para Prado, Desi Arnex and e ..i tr.. LlL BEANS
; 321 Parkdale and have one son CLUB S OIIg sf
I 1 Neil who now resides in Fort for songstress Peggy L... = Gori":;
Count and
Driving Range
} Worth and who was previously
associated with them when OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. -- CRYRO'S DINNER SPECIALS, AUGUST 28, 29, 30 -
they first came to Venice anda JUST OFF 41 AT
i daughter, Mrs. William McBride Sticlcney Pt. & Clark Rd. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th-
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The GONDOLIER, VenTe, F1., Tliura ay, Xuguif 17._19M-7


'en ice School Expansion Keep s Pace With Growing Studentbodv


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from page 1) closed TV circuit
[(continue'from your tax dollar. wired for It and It will but be we add.are almost Seeks fatal Student to his own welfare. idea Is good and It will work arty\ Interest on the part of the you to mm.Industrial Interested In moving this type be studied carefully with the j
eacblnl aids are another ed later, Almost Interest for most children, child unless he became mature education on the program down into the Junior idea of refining them and using
this day and time if Since the average high blamed for always the school is However, the easy way for enough to realize the fallacy junior-senior high level was high to try and get the students those that do work. Every effort
''II t education is going to school graduate has more factual student. The the failure of the the overworked teacher is to hlinielf and make his own adjuutments another scheme to solve the at an earlier age. It Is not a must be made to develop
offered lily knowledge today than the for the dropout.school is blamed give the child passing grades, and corrections lack of Interest and to teach solution, but It is a help in each individual according to
New EquIpment college graduate of 20 years you the school is Let me assure regardless of the kind l of work Good Idea IF achievement This is something solving the problem. that Individual ability. Each
are presently In Ven ago, and since the amount of meet this failure attempting to he does. After a while this )iGet's hasten to say the idea needed in every high school but Accelerated classes became needs to find a purpose in life,
High ere School many piece \Knowledge to be acquired is the student to become on the Interest part of was Justified and called social is good and it will work provided it fails when It does not actually popular but acceleration Is nota ) to have a desire and the ambition
equipment* te aid *teacher.heir growing by leaps and bounds, ed and to promotion. The child wasn't we can find the level teach or when we permit solution We need to move all to succeed The school
[ work. Some of these ally we need all of the various his school want to succeed In stupid, so he knew he was getting uppn which he can really any and all students to enter the children along at their own can and must help, but the I
have been mentioned out teaching aids and help we can some of the work Let's look at a grad without earning ac sieve and have him then this field. speed and not just the few, We school can not do the Job alone. '
16 . things the school It and that he would be movedup honestly achieve and learn All kinds of work to .
llit !hem naln: m m possibly get Even then too has done and is upon programs need be careful about building
often the child Is continuing to regardless of what work he this level have been and are being usedor class-minded of
projectors, cameras not challenged do, a group CAP :
de To
projectors, overhead he is not motivated, he does First, the accomplished. ;,F: very person likes to tried In our public schoolsThe educational snobs who becomeso Present
rue slide and film stripeetori not become interested in the the school advanced Obviously this created an attitude -, achieve Most everyone will DCT Program (Diversified smart they lose interest in 'il I
radon proposal that In order to Certificates
TV sets, charts; school and in school work. If become Interested I of getting something for wj-k to achieve. However, Cooperative Training) at Venice their own development ,
the child
1a
nothing, or of getting by with Jumping into the
water
diagrams reference he becomes a dropout this is must be over High Is one of the best of There are many more thingsto
phi. able to succeed This out Cnrnn
It Venice
ke, Wa do not yet have a effort. did not create your head doesn't always teach this type of programs We are be considered and all should of the Civil Air Patrol alt StJuBd.-will'present ': -

Certificates of Merit to k
igh Holy Day 1N Yi1M area news media at an Awards
Night program at 730; p.m. to- I
|e\vish\ Senses dayCadets '
and senior CAP members
[ egin Sept. 6 also will receive promotions r
they have earned In the
Itl members of the Jewish past 11 weeks during the
.h are Invited to celebrate awards ceremony in the community
1 Jewish high holy days at t room of the First Federal
I ices it Port Charlotte Jew. Savings It Loan Assn
'
I Center Utica Avenue and Mrs Marge Place, senior Information
'
mood Road, Sept. 6-7 and ((1 officer, and MarkA
t Stires cadet Information of-
t
't.I 1518Mmembers should calls tAhr ,.+:. + fiver' will be in charge of the

I Allen J. Levin or Mrs. news media presentations
1 San, ejel, both of Port Two films on the space program rat'
Lrlotte. for reservations. "Network to Space"seed
'M0 Voyage of Friendship 7."
let will be limited. Y ea.det
fc0h Hashonah (Jewish New also will be shown, courtesy of
will be celebrated at the Manned Spacecraft Cen
and) ter. An added attraction will be
and Bami
Sept 6
o p.m.
i. j. Yom Kippur (Day of 1 'cadets opening! of ceremonies the by the
went)) services will be at squadron I 4'
m.i on Sept 15 and 9amH 'fr. k'' syJ Refreshments will be served
16 Yiskor! (Memorial ... 4ta ., Yl by the female cadets The program ?
rw e ,
SIp : '
t ) ti. will in
ones) will be observed at ; ''rr"y + SY ,n be charge of Ger
16 aid Arenberg, deputy commander i
as i. on Sept. for cadeta

t r t, VENICE JUNIOR HIGH addition (bottom left) is a completenew t
v S science wing containing six classrooms, a biology lab,
t YSt ;rtr: two science labs, storage room, teachers workroom, photo
darkroom and sanitary facilities locker and shower rooms in .
,,, the physical education department also have been remodeledand 4
n1"a( J,4 ,:. enlarged a ir, 'I y' ? : .'


t NEW INDUSTRIAL ARTS building (bottom right) at Venice ? ,: ., "B's i
High Scrool comprises two classrooms, one for woodworking t
a and mechanical drafting and the other for the study of electronics
and small motors Industrial arts teachers, both new
to the VHS faculty this year, will be John Shufflebarger and
Ross Smth The new building is located at the rear of the

high school campus + 1 .: .
: ;
1
NOKOMIS SCHOOL ADDITION (top left) will be utilized for "t
the teaching of first and second graders In the primary department ,
Like Venice Elementary, the new four classroom d a- 4 it4 (' "
addition has folding doors separating the individual rooms '}
which can be pushed back for team teaching. .


WP NEW VENICE ELEMENTARY: annex (top right) will house t
fifth and sixth grades along with one fourth grade class The
new structure contains eight classrooms and a teachers' con fJ,
ference room with folding doors in the classroom areas for
Y morel flexibility in team teaching! !




j=EXPERIENCED Member Chamber MECHANICS of Commerce I Bridge Scores For The Week DAVIS VINYL CRETE ,


Lets m spray your residence or commercial btilJinq witk .I ,
B&W Auto Repair Bridge Studio, Anf. IT Mrs. F. Mulhern,, Miss S. Morris, 59 Vt. Mrs K. Erickson, W. Tom CI DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. a

I MODERN EQUIPMENT Miss E. Morison, Mrs. H. Piper, 58Bridge Miss L. Journeay, Mrs. C. linson, 73 EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO
Lawrence, 72'/4. Studio, Ang. IS Carlson, 68'4. Venice Contract Bridge Club
4 EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE J. K Hill, H. Reimer, 63 Col I. Nelson, M. Schoen- Mrs. E Morison, Mrs J. Aug 21 JOB TOO SMALL

I ALIGNMENT & WHEEL Mrs. J. H. Ridlon, Mrs. feld, 64. Kalec, 53H. NORTHSOUTHMrs W* offer 'the tome lar/srocro/y/ service/ en we did while lath
Mrs. R. N. Gould R. C. Carlson Mrs, ,
BALANCE R. N Gould, 62 N. Mrs. R. Gould, Mrs. H. E. roofing buunttsl
I ENGINE TUNE UP & Mrs J. Kimball, Mrs E. Gould, 63H Lawrence, 50 Morison, 69
OVERHAUL Morison, 60 Vi. Mrs. J. H Morris, Mrs. C. Bridge Studio, Aug. 21 A. Journeay Jr., A. G. LESTER DAVIS OWNER t', :
Bridge Studio, Aug. 17 Carlson, 60. Campbell, 69.
9 AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Mrs E. Pratt, Mrs A. P. O Box 333, Nokomis Ph 488-4174
Mrs. J. L. Unertle, Mrs. J. Mrs. H Lawrence, Mrs C. Baum, 86 EAST-WEST ? ,'
9 TRANSMISSION SERVICE H Morris, 70U. t: ';1
E. 68.VeniceNokomis
Bryant, Mrs J. H. Morris, M.
Mrs W Tomlinson, W Tom- Mrs M. Bargas, Mrs J.
WE-VenceAve. Ph.488-3502 linson, 62 Woman's Club Unertle, 83 Schoenfeld, 79 FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN I ,
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- Mrs V. B. Carter, V. B. Aug 20 Mrs. F. Mulhem, Mrs. W, Miss L. Jorncay, Miss E, ..\
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; i. 'Beatlemania Unchecked; Again StressedAs Teenagers Term Topless Suits




I.1.1'1 !' Still Can't Beat 'Em School OpensWith I 'Ridiculous!' Girls LoudestBy


the opening of schools,
(EDITOR'S EUGENE GILBERT
NOTE: Wh.t'lrear
those responsible for the safety
feelings about the Bea- Abpt of school children once again President, Gilbert Youth
.tie eraser Are you with It, emphasize that observance of Research, Inc r
UL i': do you take a dim view traffic laws is a must
;* the singing foursome? Chief of Police John Shockey Topless bathing suits for
Eugene Gilbert will par $10 cautions adults and youngstersto women!
tee the best letter In favor observe slow-down signs and A booming "no" from teenage
.f and opposed to the Beat- obey the crossing guards ,IrIs I yA
!.*. Writ. him In care of this 1 44r. Sheriff Ross Bover reminds A less s a K

\ ,:: Mwspaper). A that school enrollments art teen-age siEightyone I
H Gilbert Youth Service constantly Increasing, resultIng -
t l 7.The in more school busses, pri youngsters we
1 BeatIe virus that bit
vately'owned student vehicles,
I 1 teenagers In America last win. bicycles and students cently thought
walking
tar has proved to be not justseasonable suits should not
streets and
i t a bug.It's utilizing. thoroughfares public But look
I rapidly becoming such a The law enforcement officers centages were : UI fltll
r chronic condition that Britannia per cent of the
that parents discuss with
,1 urge
is ruling the air waves thought the
their children the safest routeto
I And as the boys now awing and from school and map ous The boys
too, but only
t I through the United States on out these routes.
j one-night stands criss-crossing They also emphasize the necessity them had
I '. north, south, east and west, I' r u. for children. to observe Female
;,. Beatlemania Is running/( wild, marked cross.walks and traffic suits ranged BATHING SUIT of censure according to the opinion of snort
and attendance records are signals and cooperate fully "it shows too Isolated in a pool teen-agers

., Shattered. with the safety patrol and old Cecilia 'Society is not ready for A 14-year-old boy from
When the four first hit the of the
Colo
crossing guards Morgan ,
it is shocking and Lynchburg, Va, John .
this, and
Wing
I, United States, some hardened As a reminder to motorists, "any one who
I showmen gave the fad less BEATLES John, Paul, Ringo and George still find timeto Sheriff Boyer pointed out it Is wearing one is Fritz. degrading for both" the viewer field, came up whh a very
Ber-
Phyliss reason wiry
I and the wearer practical fplen
than a at best But the to quickly mental case" '
year clown in the conference Impossible stop a car
boys pulled the rug out from roomright and that a courteous driveris Stadulis 15, man, 15, of Brooklyn, N. Y., bathing milts ..hmJdlbot 01.)
I I I under the critics. up near the top. Teen negotiating the top seller album a safe driver. Generally, said: called the suit "disgusting and lowed "Be<:sine," he sid, "i
I i They made a movie. They agers like the "Liverpoolsound of the Beatles' movie, Indecent," and Sheila Geihart, lot of people would drown, no;
I 17, of Carmel, Ind., said: paying attention to their! swW,
went right on writing songsThey even if the sound emanates "Hard Day's Night on sound
few tomatoes in from Chelsea Covent I "You're getting pretty low if min,." Equally! realistic was
I caught a or track-a deal executed before
1 J Australia, but the cheers were Garden. The beat Is there, and the Beatles ever came to Let Your Room Ref you wear them." 17-year-old Bill Schumann, o1!
: I deafening. its something that only the The redoubtable Beatles are One of the girls who did not Indianapolis, who was against
Riding on the crest of the British singing groups seem to America I By GILBERT YOUTH + object to the topless suit, Ila it "because it would start I
Beatle host of Rubel, 18, of Coral Gables riot.
wave came a put over. never at a loss for new notes SERVICE m
other British groups, the Dave Record company representatives To date, they've cut 18 single esp. Fla., had this to say: "Al Some of the youngsters opposed
Clark Five the Four Seasons, hopped planes to Londonto records, and eight albums. As Many violent family disputes I though Americans consider it to the topless suits nev.
Peter and Gordon the Rolling/ capture this talent. Sprintingfar they hit America for the sec erupt when teen hobbyists and obscene, it is less suggestivethan ertheless felt that some day
: Stones, the Searchers Chad ahead of the others was ond go-around, thev had three their possessions come into $1 other bathing suits and they rr.Igh become popular.
Stuart and Jeremy Clyde, and United Artists which in two albums in the top 10, and three conflict with parental ways. t' therefore less erotic Susan Thus, while 81 per cent laid
I many others. months signed four singing more in the top 30. "What's your spear gun doing < Berler, 14, of Salt Lake City "no" on whether the lulu
: Instead of fizzling/ out after groups while simultaneously I' On singles, one was In the on the kitchen table!" demands thought it should be left up should be allowed, the 'no
one hit record thev stayed patting itself on the back for top ten, two in the top 30, and a busy mother who's to the individual, but admitted: figure dropped to 71 per cent
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four more sprinkled around the trying to serve dinner, "I'd never wear one. on their eventual popularity
top 100 Father is furious when he On the male side, Ricky Here again the girls had i
"A Hard Day's Night" Is sellIng Finds a frog in the bathtub, Manner, 17, of Oklahoma City, more moderate viewpoint
ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION more than two million albums md even the stamp collectors thought "there should be no Eighty per cent of them law
personna non grata when he restrictions on what apparel a no chance that the topless suits
Sandwiched In between the drops his stamp hinges and boy or girl should wear." John ever would win approval, considerably
Beatle sell-outs on the top 20 perforations on the wall-to-wall Nappy 15. of Malverne, N. Y., more than the 61 per
MAINTENANCE are the other British groups, carpeting agreed. "The body". he said, cent of the boys who felt that
doing right well In record To restore peace in the home, "is art and should be looked such suits never would "catch
,, I LIGHTING SUPPLIES shops and disc jockey programs see If you can't persuade your 1 upon that way" on," literally or figuratively,
the Dave Clark Five, i parents to let you re-do your
: I the Four Seasons, Peter and bedroom so its built around LAND-BOUND they
ANDERSON ELECTRIC, Inc. Gordon, the Rolling Stone., your hobby interest. can plot chest
and others It means scrapping the traditional cushions
below the
less ft CocVrill Streets Phone 483-6794 Can American singers re idea that a bedroom is : towels.
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I f. .,-- ..= coup? a place only for sleeping and a settee
studying, thatits furniture;; is
limited to bed, desk, chair and Where to ( be put
bookshelves. interest for easy
lt It means thinking of the best be decided for a BANK ' '

I'e way to use and enjoy an waist-high or
aquarium, a rock collection, or haps running the can be
a hifl set complete with an room, may be tip HERE?
extensive record collection, Storage drawers, >
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The Beatles, probably the most be inte

I \OOCal-inltrument.Iroup to come out of any area, The simple faCt is that valuables cor3tt
place for the third consecutive week with "A ply. your

!$ Night." space? be better safeguarded than when lo-
f The versatility of Dean Martin placed

t- : bounds, At one time he and his partner, Jerry or side steel-and-concrete Safe
the top comedy team in the country He found studio our Deposit
_ as a night club performer and dramatic actor ,
Gems making the hit scene In short order in the un vault.Ata cost of onIy pennies a week,th td
the number two song in the country, "
Somebody." and be protected against fire, flood, theft mfe-;
C&aettt JlaU Sport Con ft Into te third slot go these "femme ,
premes, dishing up a swinging ditty called a kind placement and prying eyes.Also you'd bow
better Our Love Go?" ,
t 7 deal from the New Additions: Bobby Freeman, whose host to where they were when you wanted them.Why
.i t i last year was "Do You Wanna Dance," is back ,

: all and to Swim join"In with the new west coast dance rest of risk any further delay? Rent a Safe Depositbox

Those "hotter than a pistol" Beatles add here today!
(i t'' comer to our charts. It's the oldie, "Ain't She mild,
they have up-dated with an infectious! glee, man's
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:1 This Last Two
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tatwg 1 1 1 "A Hard Day's Night" _
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7 t t "Under the Boardwalk" .
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10 14 .'PeopleSay.-Dlx1lCUp ..
11 15 14 "I Wanna Love Him So Bad"

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: As any car buyer knows, the man who sells the most Getz & Gilberto ...,........
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Again this year, your Chevrolet dealer Is the man Bobby Freeman ... ,...... & L SERVICE
r"" with the No. 1 buys. And, right now he still has a M 1 17. -_ -- "Ain't She Sweet" Beatles
t,. good inventory of Chevrolets, Chevelies! Chevy II's 0 18 19 "Sugar Lips" Al Hirt ....
and Corrairs in your choice of colors and interior 19' 11 11 "Nobody I Know" . .
i trim YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER Peter & Gordon. .......
ft s But, because your Chevrolet dealer has got to get ,20' 11' 10 "Memphis" Johnny River
Vf ,, ready for '65, the cars he has are going fast. So see I
q f him now for a great deal on America's No. 1 cars-

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[ Hobby Is Collecting Ancient Art Objects- I Venice Gardens-



Continued from page 1) high Standing, the dull some stein 12 Inches on it read: "Long life the Is a curious weapon In the mud delight from displaying, sure himself of their preservation

erica, on Mi return, so a gallon of liquid grey has holds ball butcher's Guild Presented shape of a machette and evidently and elating i the history. of his I for posterity whether NewsBy
a to Toastmaster Hlrontlus Bach- used in old vorld
more commensuratemight thumb-piece on tree lid hand-to-hand relics. i they are acquired by another
a be realized. Rohde bears a shield embossed, and mann 1893." combat by warriors of long However, the elderly gentle private collector of placed in MRS. WAYNE FREEMAN
unsuccessful in ,comt an ox-head and with According to history, the ago. Made of a gleaming man feels the time is near a museum. I
crossed
,lso sale for the near on the side cleavers brimming stein would be passed bronze alloy, the 20-inch blade when he must dispose of the Even with antiques tern- Construction work on the At present the church, under
a art objects until he metal flagon was Evidently the around a banquet table with Is .highly! engraved with fine art oojects so that he may as- pus fugits. Venice United Church of Christ guidance of its minister, Dr.
flets entered them In the Free. I of a trophy, or created award for assort each guest drinking a toast to art work showing the Austrian started last Thursday. The new E, Robert Chable, holds Sun.
the
AUcOon Galleries in Phila- the German words InscribedMOVED honored; personage. double eagle coat-of-arms, the church will be at the east end day services in the Venice
Next in Rohde' admiration words "Domlnus Provide- of Shamrock Boulevard and Gardens Recreation Center It
h a.Sold Entire tot bit," and the date, 1566. will be in the shape of a Greek all goes well, the congregation: s
was fortunate In dis- In olden days, the Germans cross. hopes to hold its Christmas
.re, of he the entire lot, realizo'er w called the ancient three-inch- .f Facing on Shamrock Boulevard services in the new sanctuary h
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15000. This constitut- wide knife a "Kuess" or bone- the church will be enclosed -oATTENTION--
email fortune for the crusher, which it surely was. by a square courtyard. ROCK.
e. Rohde believes the weapon Upon entering the courtyard HOUNDS '
rid i Burgess back In Ger- : Interested in learn.
Rohde attended the sue may have been the property of there will! be entrances to the I II Ing lapldizlngT This is what j
y.and bid on a number of 4i an Austrian king or general t Pp I sanctuary, the administrative you call) turning/ jagged, uncut
Another interesting object is and the educational
which he desired for him.en r building rocks into brilliant gems suit
a 14th or 15th century eight- building able for Jewelry. Plans to forma
he retired from the wick oil lamp with a drip pan The master plan calls for an club will be made at a meet
business, and became a honglng beneath. The all-brass additional educational buildingand log Saturday at 7:30 p,m. in
I Englewood in 1950, lighting fixture has a notched a fellowship hall. the fee Center.
i fof course, brought his suspension arm allowing: the
collection with him The lamp to be hung: at 20 different
l heights. The design appears a'
falls to at.
0
8 which most never attention is a suitable for use on an early YOU CAN SAVE WAYS
t the ,
L pewter flaon, or stein, sailing ship 3 h,,'
th was hand.formed In 1693L + Apothecary's Mortar On Auto Insurance ?t,
German artisan by thee Included in the collection Is fat r'
I 1. NEW LOW RATES
of Englehardt. a bronze apothecary's mortar
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
aftlmen of that era took and pestle. Weighing 15
t pride In their creations pounds the bowl is inscribed, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
always marked the product in German "Love God Over
Lr trade with a hallmark, 1.,, All," and the date is 1802 The
ademark. The signature on mortar has two handles and e y
bottom of this drinking cup fine engravings around the
smug, of three angels base. FINELY ENGRAVED WALL PLAQUE is one of Rohde's .
Other items are an 1850 pew. most prized art objects due to the tact that he, himself, discovered HO W. Venice Avenue 'T"k
ter pitcher, an oil wick table it. It was unearthed during construction work in "-I TeIephoneI 48O-22OO J 5,
SOME OF ENGLEWOOD'S OLDEST ANTIQUES lamp and a Locksmith's Guild Wheeling W. Va. Weighing 23 pounds, it measures 24 Inches -{: -
IENETIANILEANERS found in the collection of John F. Rohde. In are to is be presentation cup. The cup and is hammered and engraved of a bronze alloy. The deli ,
medieval dated foreground a stands 21 inches high, has lion cate workmanship, by an early French artisan, is entitled
weapon 1566. Also shown
are a mortar and "
supporting medallions "Portrait of
head handles a Lady.
pestle, two pewter award cups, an oil-wick lamp and several engraved with namesof
pewter tea-pots all one to four hundred years old. Guild officers and craftsmen .. '"

An insc.riotlon around the P dld,?

makes you this Venice East News top tation discloses of the trophy that the took presen-placein PUBLIC NOTICE

Neesalz, Germany, in 1706 '
ilionalOifeiiinf An object of art which
By SALLY STUBBS
Rohde, himself, discovered Is a
you with our Son/-/ Venice East's newest residents tion from the Armco Co huge copper wall plague weighIng Nice Crust Proposed Sewer Rate Increase a '
"fle warIJ't most reeo/n- are Mr and Mrs Charles -0- over 23 pounds. The story Like a nice, brown, flaky {

,ended diyeltoning" Zimmey who moved Into their An 'On the Scene' report of of its unearthing! reads more crust on cr.fifon; if it is a The Commissioners of the city of North Port Charlotte will hold I Ia
new home at 122 Woodrose the Rochester, N, Y., racial like fiction and has earned it type If
D McNALLY Way recently crisis was renorted by Mr. and n prominent spot on a wall of you do what, but you're not getting public hearing at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28, 1964, in the Community
The Zimmey's formerly of Mrs Frank Doherty who were the finder's home. you want now, Center for the of General Utilities Inc.
here's Idea for hearing Development
,
Cincinnati, Ohio, say thay have there during the most trying Near the Stone House Hotel an you. purpose ,
LOBE "burned all of the bridges" be. time They had gone there to which Rohde operated in the the Just top before crust generously baking, spread withsoft plead its proposed sewer rate increase.
hind them and will be permanent attend the wedding of their '20s was a large frame build butter '
Florida residents from now daughter and many of the pre- ing which served as a livery Sift flour lightly or margarine.over the The Commissioners will consider all evidence submitted, pro and
on. They are expecting their nuptial parties, including the barn In the stage coach era. crust and wet flour
with a and such other evidence the commissioners in their
first house guests next week bachelors' party, had to be Following discontinuance of small amount of milk. con, as opinions,
their son Charles, his wife and called off due to the 8:00: p,m. this means of transportation, Be sure all the flour Is well deem appropriate.
five little girls ranging in age curfew All beaches, movies, the barn fell into disuse Rohde dampened.Bake .
from 11 to five. The little girls(\ theatres, golf courses, zoos and Ingeniously converted the as usual You win be Signed: ? '
names all start with "L" recreational facilities w ere building/ Into a pigeon cote delighted with the results. Horace E. Rice
they are Laura Lee, Leslie closedIn raising the birds for a specialty Clerk
Ann Linda Lou, Leah Joy and of on the hotel menu City
spite all the consternation Nearly a million American
The Junior Zimmeyslive Rat, however, also found City of North\ Port Charlotte ,
Lisa Fay "Debbie's" high noon wed youths drop out of school each
in Middleton, Ohio, and ding was lovely and the proud the birds tasty and made nightly year. I
Mr. Zimmey will be on vaca- parents were glad to see her so forages into the flock which w
happy and off on a honeymoonwith sometimes numbered 500. This hFn
:: .,.- her new husband Edward displeased Rohde no end and
Harl McCoy he proceeded to install metal
e? w4ry" - sheeting under the floors and 1
This week will see the arrival walls to keep the uninvited Best t4 ,VIk
GULF of another new familyin guests out. It was while excavating Year-End Deals
Venice East, Mr. and Mrs under the wall that
TAILORSFROM Robert Duchene are expected the exquisitely tooled and engraved t :
as they were only awaiting the plaque was unearthedat ;r
THE ARCADE finishing of their new houseon a depth of two feet. aJ
395vn $595 to Venice East Boulevard. Mr. After cleaning the well.preserved
231 W. MIAMI Gordon advised them all was plate Rohde knew he
PAIIIth in readiness and they answered had found something of value
k your drycleaning order, AVENUE in return they were too Measuring 24 Inches across it
1""
PMM! ask for details Just West of Resoles There former home was in featured a delicately hammer.. :
Worthington, Ohio. I ed portrait of a woman, framed
bv a finely engraved bor.
der. So lifelike that it appearsto k '
be a picture, the head is sur.
mounted with a hat bearing I'd
plumes. Lace and roses are
embossed on the shoulders of rtirl
the figure.
Through considerable corns
nondence with the Smithsonian ; /
Institute in Washington Rohde o.r
learned the work of art was an
II IIe original by the 18th century
French artisan, D. Lenoiz His
qI name was worked into the flor.

al Informed engraving.that the Rohde plaque also, Men-was

titled as "Portrait of a Lady," Ford II

had first the no prize art comparable world at a Paris and counterpartIn had exhibit-won now at Dealers I


Ion in 1824. No further information
could be obtained and
only speculation remains as to
why the valuable plate came
to be hidden or buried near
Wheeling, W. Va. e
,Many people obtain pleasure
\ from more modern and ,short I
hobbies and possessions.
\ lived I
Rohde points out that antiquesare
everlasting and increase In
value and interest with '!tie j

years, and that he has derived

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,LMr t GONDOLIER, Verne, Fta. Thursday Acquit 17, 19&4-'J

PC Club Nojes I

Cooking/ Fun
By MARGUERITE PETERSON--. --


'twenty-eight.ue>ts attended members the* Tues-and Street city hall, between then proceeds Cristobal to Nele The Four Circles! of First If your family is expecting the French sometimes use for Inches deep)'. Arrange half fee ;.

Ih" meeting of the Men'srrden Herblson, which is and Presbyterian Church will meet company for .a. day's visit during Quiche Lorraine, is fine for pear slices in concentric de.
dry night Club of North PortOadotte location on the north a central again in September after the the weekend, it's a good baking this pudding. So Is an sign over th.a rice; sprinkle 4
The guests introduct toe city and easily side of summer recess. All circle Idea to have a batch of cookieson ordinary American glass pie with half the sugar mixture. ,
? Mr. William Bartek, to all accessable meet at :2 p.m. hand. Offered with fresh plate-the deep kind that most Repeat layers. Drizzle hooey! I
were R. Troughton and Mr. If there Circle 1 will meet at the fruit, they'll made a fine dessert of our kitchens hold. over top; sprinkle! with almonds. t
ur. W. Fuller. The three Join. is enough interest, home of Mr*. John Plans of ; and, of course they're .
Herbert a regular Itinerary can be 209 Bumford Ave, on Tuesday great at anack-tlme with coffee Spicy pear Rice Podding Place in of bot l I
a
td! the club.of the evening was tak- worked out. Sept. 1.Circle. tea, or milk.Twolayer 1/2 cup Jong) grain rice Bake in a moderate pan (350 waist degrees >

Most with the drawing up of -0- :2 meets Wednesday, bar cookies are always 1 cup cold water ) oven for 13 minutes .
en up World War I Veterans popular and are convenient :2 cups milk
Garden Club' Charter a. will Sept. 2, with Mrs. Ruth Me- Serve warm-with cream, .M
\ be
the gathering at LeHigh Acres to bake in one big pan. 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 '
.profit organization. Williams 213 Talbot St > you like. Makes 6 servings.If '
e non Matthews showed Sunday Aug. 30, for their third The following version has a 1/4 cup sugar
Mr. Sam district: meeting Circle 3 meets Tuesday, Sept. meringue topping full of the 2 eggs I
..tides'o< famous beautiful : will begin at 12:30:Registration' 8, with Mr. Hulda Blend of candy-like! flavor of brown 2 tablespoons butter or margarine you want to prepare vaN! IiI
and the
,ird ns in Baltimore and Mr. 240 Dorothy Ave. I la sugar to use in sweet baked
meeting will start sugar.' To be at their best, ,
a 1:00: .m. I
p
of ;
Ryan display.d! s variety Delegate from the North Port Circle 4 will meet Wednesday these cookies should be served :2 firm-ripe Bartlett pears products and other desserts, I
hibiscus undergoing Charlotte Barracks 2743 will Sept 0, at the home of the day that they are baked. 1 teaspoon grated lemond rind split a couple of vanilla beans .
experimented tests to sea If it attend.' Mrs. Marie Churchill of 348 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon down the center; add them to 1:
tan be successfully; .crown Inflorid Fremont Street Mertagve Bars 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg five pounds of sugar in a tight\, '

*. announced Commander that Frank Rodman Each Circle will have a short 1 1/4 cups sifted flour 1/S teaspoon cloves ly closed container. Store for
regular meeting of an interesting several week before
next
The Club and Informative has devotional and a missionary 3/4 teaspoon baking powder 2 tablespoons honey! using. '>
Garden will be
program
the Tuesday Men' Sept. IS at 7.30: been planned for the next reg. study. y1" T a apph / ,, 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup toasted slivered al \
on 3/4 mondsIn
ular Refreshments will be served ti cup butter or margarine
meeting
next et
Thursday ,
at the Community Center. if
pm. C. Coons president.. September 3. at 2:00: p.m. at after the meeting. t. r' 1/2 cup granulated sugar a saucepan;bring the rice
Claire
- I the Community Center. Included Anyone interested In attend 1 1/2 cups firmly packed light and cold water to a boll; let
la the program will be a full lug one of these circles and brown sugar stand S minutes; drain thor
The bookmobile has been report making regular stops here forth 13011.. 1 teaspoon vanilla the clean stir
meeting, the new veterans ---- ... _._ saucepan,
.r- t
last month. This rolling library pension bill which was 1 cup quick-cooking rolled oats I together the drained rice, milk, NEW EASEL NFW IUXURYI
houses 3,000 volumes, recently by a unanimous passed vote The First Baptist Church an- LOVELY MISS MAKES A "HIT" with the hundreds of playful 1/2 cup chopped (medium-fine! ) salt and 2 tablespoons of the NEW KRONEN FAUCEiII '"
with many reference books for and the Veterans Blood Bank nounces;: the closing exercises fish which abound in the crystal clear spring at Florida's pecans sugar. Cover and cook over (.
school.age children. Mrs. Dean I for the Daily Vacation Bible Weekl Wachee. The lovely Mermaid Is Miss Diane Fry who Sift together the flour, bak low heat, stirring occasionally
Roeder said any reference Buddy Mimms, legislative School to be held tomorrow feeds the fish dally during the Mermaids' Underwater Shows ing powder and salt. Cream until rice is tender about 25
book you may need can be chairman, will be on hand to evening at 7:30: at the church i at the Florida west coast attraction butter granulated sugar and minutes Remove from heat.
ordered and they will bring it explain legislation to the local on North Biscayne Boulevard. V cup of the brown sugar; In a small bowl, beat eggs 1
on the next trip. group. The students in. each clan beat in egg yolks and vanilla. enough to blend yolks and
Th bookmobile comes on Bernard MJlIgan. district will participate in the programand Beat in well the sifted Ingredients whites. Stir a little of the hot

Saturday morning at 9:30 and three commander, will also explain a display of their handwork ; stir In oats. With a rub rice mixture into the eggs; return -
iliyj' for_one hour In front of new resolutions which will be made. All parents NPC Personals ber spatula, press the thick mixture to saucepan; stir
will be discussed at the national and friends are Invited to at- mixture into a 15 by 10 by: 1 in butter.

I YOURCAR convention in Chicago, tend the meeting. Inch Jelly roll pan. Pare, core, halve and slice
Sept. 16-21. The Rev. Charles Cuthbert- The Gus McMahon on Bul- children. They expect to be Beat the egg whites until pears lengthwise. Mix togetherthe '
ITk Mr. William son I is pastor. lard Street left last week fora back home sometime in Sep frothy; gradually beat in the remaining 2 tablespoonssugar J. W. MOORE 1 '

I \ Veterans Service Eichelberger, -o- month's vacation with their tember. remaining 1 cup brown sugar lemon rind, cinnamon, PLUMBING CO.
Officer from
lyI
the Florida Members of the North Port son at his cottage at Hampton -- 1 tablespoon at a time; continue nutmeg and cloves.
Service Affairs Department of Charlotte Boat Club held their Beach N, H. They planto Mrs. Bernice McCarthy and to beat, if necessary, until Turn half of the rice mixture Harbor Lights) On The Trail ;'
-byBill
I L' Port last was in North regular monthly meeting last be home again in September sons Paul and Herbert from very stiff and glossy (With Into a glass pie plate (Oft RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS ;
: Wednesday and interviewed
PhillIp. Thursday night at the Community an electric mixer at high Inches across inside and Itt" PHONE 488.4450
several ".>........ Harrisburg, Perm are here visiting speed, the entire .
De yon have trouble who needed help in filling out Center.Commodore -0- with her parents Mr. and beating will take about egg-white 3* minutes ,
sector Canfield announced Mr. and Mrs Harry Brown Mrs. Paul Romberger on Bay
w road and other their claims. This service is .) Spread meringue
cars at provided for all the Coast Guard Auxiliary : on South Biscayne Boulevard ano Street. over
veterans and
night Everyone does first mixture. Sprinkle
ee* is well at night No one their widows and all the interviews Flotilla 97 from Engle- celebrated their 25th wedding - slightly pressing with down pecans Iic '
so wood, will be
adjust giving an eight *
anniversary on Monday Au, --1r
your driving to this limiting are strictly in private. week I Mr. and Mrs. William Dy- the nuts. Bake in a slow (325 "
Mr. course on basic seamanship 17. Mr and Mrs. Louis Pois-
factor and slow down, stay Eichelberger is here just for small boats. This )leskl have returned home aftera degrees) oven about 30 min
extra will sent on Pan American Boule
one each .
alert. day month. He will vacation in Lawrence Mass ales Cool, but cut Into bars
Best way to be at the main office in the Mineral be held at the mission in Warm yard' honored them with a social i' Mrs. Dyleski's sister Mrs. while still slightly warm. Serve CENTER
cross-country Community Center Springs, beginning ; evening at their home and Bonoit accompanied them
on Wednes fresh.
its,! Is to make Makes about 4 dozen.
lodging reservstions September 23 at 7:30: p.m. Anyone their other near neighbors Mr.
day Sept. 18 from 10 i home.
to Pears
in advance If you 12 noon. am interested I Is invited. For and Mrs Robert Showalter I - Glamorize Pudding 244 S. Trail VenJes Ph. 488-2198
arrive after I p.m. indicate further information can When Is rice pudding good
Mr.
I were also on hand to wish them'
(hi hour. And leave your pet -o- William Brink, 428-1774 in well. Miss Evelyn Frick, grand enough for company
at home. Few motels or hotels Members of the WWI Veterans North Port Charlotte -o- daughter of Mr. and Mr. AtBartlett It is made with fresh SPECIAL!

welcome them, and walking Auxiliary will meet next The Boat Club joined in with I thur Dixon on Bayano pears and toasted 1
Tuesday, September 1 Mr. and Mrs. Pierre (Pete) returned home after six weeks slivered almonds. The '
art feeding a pet on the road at 1:30: the Nokomis Outboard Club for pears 9 X 12 501 NYLONRUGS
cm be a real chore. p.m. at the Community Center. another Boatseade last Sunday, Nouet on Agrees Avenue have vacation in New Caanan, Conn. Ire juicy; and full of flavor. j"
Vaeaim lights Mrs Beatrice Schmelke is Au 23. returned home from a month'svisit -o- The almonds come in handy
wire once The two clubs met at /
lied for auto headlamps. Do president. the rendezvous point In the with relatives and friends Mr Carl Nordmark came in canto our mind one of the Limited Quantity ( ;
in OhIo last week from New York Cityto best of modern
you know" when Answer' DUN -- Myakka River and cruised I packaging 'I"
lot the I Member and south -0- enjoy a vacation her in feats. ORIGINALLY $74.95
model years of 19121115 guests of the across Charlotte Harborto
Bob Lucille
and Canfield
Greater Pittsburgh the re- North Port with his wife Mr. As to the rice mixture: it is
Club of oyster bar in Punta '
turned !last week from visit
a Nordmark I is on leave from his pleasantly soft and because \
Never ( North Port creamy
owed Charlotte will Gorda.
a trailer be- gather -
'tat Start at 1:00 The to Key West where they rodeon work in New York. the rice is given a brief
with : next North
short trips p.m Thursday Port Club also
the conch train
seeing
round town, then short jaunts evening, Sept. 3, for a covered announced plans for their - water-bath before it is cooked NOW 49.95
numerous interesting sights,
dish Mrs. L. P, Treon on San in milk. J
to nearby park Your car dinner at the Community Labor Day Boatacade. when among which was the only living :1.,
imdles differently: especially! Center proceeding the.regular the group will have breakfastat I coral reef in Key West. On Rafael Avenue In Warm Mineral A shallow scalloped dish white :
sort
the
baking
returned pottery
Springs recently
on acceleration cornering and monthly meeting at 7:30: p.m. the Sea Horse Restaurant. their way back they stormed In
from California where she visited -
braking - -
Homestead and through ----"
went
V you're learning to drive the Orchid Gardens and Lucille with her daughter for several
.
weeks. Mrs Treon returned NOW OPEN t'tl
and your car has a down-shift said "We had a real ball
to work last Saturday at The Southern Comfort
put gear practice with It until )in monkey jungle." the Springs post office. 9em.te5pm.deity
you can use It quickly ef
: 1
ficiently.If Cards have been received -e- ,<.ly"

your teenage boy or girl JAMES\ T. BIAIOCK AGENCY INC.neuradicdr from Mr.: and Mrs. Francis! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Basom ;;, "I'; '
on Agrees Avenue have been l'
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ready for a car, the best Johnson on Mayberry Avenue busy entertaining guests lately SEE IT AT t'
spot to ret one is at BILL who have been vacationing at
Mr. Basom's brother, Clyde
PHILLIPS FORtS in Venice. their summer cottage in Old
c/ Basom and his wife from 1 '
You won't find any "Junkers" tafoM''ed' 1929 Orchard Beach, Maine. They Lltchfield, Ohio, were here for ? SouthVenice
here because all of our cars 243 W. VENICE AVE. say the weather has been cool a visit and last week their Blvd. \ :
are carefully reconditioned and VENICE FLORIDA there and they are planningto daughter and son-in-law, Mr. I andAlligator
have many good learning miles Select and Consult an Independent return to North Port in and Mrs. J. R. Bailey drove t + ; Drive
left!! In them. Come in to our lot PHONED September '
this tniurance Agent at you down from Wadsworth, Ohio, E SOUTH VENICE :.pt
week for a test drive in a - J JSI
BILL 488-0791 would your Doctor or Lawyer for a visit with her parents. ,,C
PHILLIPS FORD used Mr. Carl Ernst on South Pan -0-
ear American Boulevard has returned -
Dr and Mrs. Terrence Peterson
home after a month's East Safford Terrace
f0\4"tl vacation in Rochester, N. Y., entertained on guests Saturday z"'c.. I f 0 0,750 O 1
'r 7i41R'! p
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where he visited with his children when Rev. and Mrs. Jay Adams t% 'aN'4 k s a
and friends. He saw his and their two children, ;,e, .' t4, d rot' ;' '''"? ?* on your approved I lot I
new great grandson for the Holly and Todd, stopped by fora t
first time. While in the north visit while on their way to j .
he visited the White MountainsIn HIaleah, Fla. The Peterson's "}
New Hampshire, the beach'es Designed & Built by
son, Terry Paul, left early last
in Maine, returning by way Saturday to return to Chatta FRANCIS EVANS 2 bedroom, 2 bath large living room

1 of Washington, D. C. and spent nooga, Tenn. where he plans to and Florida room. ,
some time in South Carolina work and attend Covenant College. 2190 South U.S. 41 1I 1 f
before coming horne Venice, Florida Few homes are so carefully executed I

Mr. and Mrs.-0-John Dempseyon (lust N. of f Cyrot) to provide the maximum of ease comfort ,

gJ Dorothy; Avenue are making In 1955, astronomers learned ph. 488-1553 and spaciousness. I I.
plans to return home again after that Jupiter was emitting long .
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/, jjhrfo: GONDOLIER Venice FU TTiurtthy, August 21, \1964 .', TO MARSCAPE
I 10 MEN
New Theater Sensing The News

I KENNEDY (AP) Under a separate study:
: Nokomis Nettings Is FreeNEW Douglas Aircraft Co. under a Lockheed Aircraft is invests:

Ii r. THCHMAN SENSING space agency contract, is I gating the type of re-entry v*.
r studying what equipment 10 bids which will be needed to
YORK AP) A thea-
j I. : By MARY ALICE MURRAY ter without a boxoffice-Is plan. Executive Vice President Southern States Industrial Council men will need on a three-year return the men safely to earth

I : Phone (885341I ned here by a producing trio American "liberals" are pressing spaceship roundtrlp to Marabetween
LOSING A CONTINENT ended, which cost the American 197S and 1989 When you bake a butter
I who hope thereby to encourage for U. N, action to expell] -typ
TMff. and Mrs George Ed-I stopped off in Rome and had showgoing by taxpayers $400 million I Includes determination cake, place the hot baked cakeIn
more people. Ai the American electorate has been the Westerners from author The study
a four-year long mess
i Mondson have had their daugh the honor of an audience with most favorable the pans on wire racks 'o
ter and husband Mr. and Mrs Pope Paul VI. He graduated The group, called Independent look forward to the preiiden involving ruin and bloodshed ity of the the 300-bll- cool for five to ten minutes be.
I J. I Theater Productions, has Ual election In the fall voters Todiy' the communists are In launching dates for
Br Tlppln with them for the from Oregon State University These African policies fol the amountof fore removing them. This cool.
lionmile ,
Mat week or so, along with majoring in Animal Husbandry rented a 450-seat auditorium on undoubtedly will be reviewingthe the Eastern Congo, and the lowed by the Kennedy and journey that will be possibleand Ing period stiffens" the baked .
\ Ii l their!'. three grandchildrenMary then continued his studies toward East Broadway, a thoroughfare administration record of country Is worse off than It Johnson administrations payload of the batter and makes turningout
Liz on the Lower East Side In addition the last your years. It Is a was in 1060.Ironically. filled are choice propel'course.
Barb and Ralph, all his masters degree at with danger for the Unit easier.
I from. Tallahassee At present Scarritt! College, Nashville, to free performances, record of error, folly and disaster the Congolese ed States, While the U. S. is
.
I they have gone over to Miami Tenn., where he specialized In the project plans to emphasize han had to turn to Moise struggling to save Southheast
,d I during the bar examinations theology and languagesH / cast integration Nowhere U this more clearly Tshcunbe, the pro-Western Asia, that overwhelming rural
I I Which (is part of Tippin s job speaks four languages/ / almost The sponsoring three, Anton Illustrated than with respect to former, head of the province of and rice-growing area can- I
I' every six months. It also affords a necessity In the Congo Agalbato, Dan Greene and 17 S policy on Africa This Katnnga, who was ousted at not begin to compare with the rent car from ECONO-CAR
them the opportunity of French Is the language in general August DePierre, plan to stage vast continent Is of Immense the Inslstance of the Kennedy wealth of Southern Africa
an added few days in Miami use In the part of the Congo -I a new show every two months Importance to the United States administration The State De- alone In Southern Africa is
-0- where he was assigned He and to our allies in Europe If! oartment wouldn't permit concentrated three-quarters of we got so big!
It seems that all the young served with the Marines in Korea Pawnee Indians have it were to fall Into the hands of I Tshombe to come to the U. S. the gold supply of the free
may
in that and was with the communists Europe would as tie of conservative world Consider
people are college bound this war been the first Americans to guest a what that
2nd Battalion which was be gravely endangered The and he Is the would if the 'cause charge so little
past week or so, as Is Gary the take tranquilizers They brewed grotp now new mean gold mines we
I Moser about to enter Manatee wiped out with the exception of tea from verbena flowers vast wealth of the African con preriier of the Congo In respect not to speak of the wealth of
I Junior College, The past week 'seven men He Is the son of which they called tlnent might tip the balance ol to the nation's African copper, uranium and other
was spent getting his room asslgnments I Mr and Mrs Joseph Spatrlsano dream-drink" and world power in favor of the oolii-y, one can say that perhaps strategic metals, were to fall Among the "Big 4" In car rental, ECONO-CAR Is FirstIn
and registration/ and of Nokomis who are Justly entlv used it to "Plealant-j Sino-Soviet world Looking never has so much power into the hands of an African from Swings as little) Rent as 3 a.99 Valiant...Including or other 6"Chrysler and oil built Insur car,
Monday started his freshman I proud of all his accomplish and induce sleep. limply at the Investment aspect been t used for such bad ends Castro I It would be a global ance, teat belts Call for Inquiry, pickup or delivery' /
year I. mmmrr. all over so ments. of the African situation and In such a stupid manner. disaster for the forces of freedom .
soon? It seems: -hardly-begun. It will be five years before we find that U. S. citizens Not only did the New Indeed it Is not too muchto IIECONO CAfrp
- Joe and his family will return and Mrs James Blent and have entrusted more than a billion Frontiersmen upset the apple say that the future of the
The Rev Joseph Spatrlsano for another vacation. He has a their children. They also visited dollars to new enterpriseson cart in the Congo, but they American Republic depends in
their son and family, Mr the African continent. All have large measure on the ending of
Jr has been his father wonderful philosophy on the continually abused 99
visiting every
and Mrs E, J Ewing Jr The stands to be wiped ,
that away our present destructive African
and mother of late and now has danger spot in which he lives. European element in Africa.
returned to Leopoldville the As he sees it he is In no more grandchildren, numbering I as U. S. investments In Cuba These European elements, policies and the Institution of swap,,
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