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 31, 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: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Serving the Fastest Growing Ares on FlorloVi Wa. Coast Osprey Laurel. Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens Venice East EnglewooJ, North Port Charlotte, ;

I VOL. 20, NO. 68 8 PAGES VENICE. FLORIDA MONDAY AUGUST 31, 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS }'""

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BUIAM( H. (Bill) PHILLIPS CHARLES R. (Bob) MILES 1 I $300,000 (flew Nursing Home Set iJ I IPlans





for construction of a The new structure will be 28.000 square feet. with the latter convertible Into 'ering approximately 1,250 the cooler months will be supplied
50-bed nursing home near Ven erected on the east aide of Nokomis The property was purchasedby private accommodations square feet, which will be accessible by an oil.fired central
ice Hospital and the Medical Avenue South on a 200 the Rotes from Mrs Car Each room will have its own from three aides heating system
a.b. Center, were announced over by 140-foot site between Turin men Cousins, with Blanche J. private bath for a total of 24 through sliding glass doors. Parking facilities will be provided -
the weekend by Lawrence E Street and Palermo Place The Celli handling the sale Mrs bathrooms more, accordingto The courtyards will be completely for 17' cars just outside r
Rote, administrator for the property covers an area of Cell is an associate of C. C. Rote, than the majority of closed on all sides so the building. The grounds will
proposed new $300.000 facility, (Chips) Johnson, Realtor. nursing homes anywhere in that patients may enjoy the be attractively landscaped,
Rote, who operates three .- Exterior of the new buildingwill the country The administratorof sun both in winter and summer with a circular drive on the
nursing homes with his mother, ENGLEWOOD be simulated stucco hori the planned new facility said Nokomis Avenue aide of the
Mrs. Katrina T. Rote, in St zontal beveled siding over con he personally has visited more Two decorative waterfalls, building for easy access.
Petersburg, said ground for the READERSThe crete block construction. It was than 75 nursing homes through. custom built by a top Sicilian Rote said the nursing home
arrrt. "}r new Venice nursing home designed by St. Petersburg out Florida, none of which craftsman, also have been included would be staffed by some 25
would be broken about Oct 1. GONDOLIER Is now architect W D Knox, AlA. Interior offered anywhere near as largea in the design by Architect to 30 persons, including registered .
Target date for completion of available by: noon each Monday decor and furnishingswill ratio of facilities to patientcare Knox Assembled stone-by- nurses, nurses aides '
the 13 500 square foot Colonial and Thursday at the fol. carry out the Colonial rooms stone, the waterfalls will cost housekeepers and food service ,
4 styled nursing home Is the firstof lowing Englewood establish. theme Besides airy, spacious rooms more than $2,000 each, Rote employes
the year. The new facility mints' The new 50-bed nursing facility for patient care, the design of said And he added that local general
will be called The Venice Alnger's( Suprex Market will comprise one four. the proposed new nursing and The home will be completelyair and subcontractors will be
Nursing and ConvalescentHome Bowden's IGA Store bed patient care room and 23 convalescent home includestwo conditioned by a 25-ton employed for construction

Inc., with Rote as president Little Market, Grove City two-bed semi-private rooms, open courtyards each coy unit, centrally located Heat in wherever possible
of the corporation David Short Stop Market
- M Rote, his brother, will be
77 General Market
DICE E YOUNGBERG Sr. DAVID IVILKINSONat I ,
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Uliam H (Bill) Phillips Is president; David Wilkinson, J Ewing, Frank Raeburn, North Port Charlotte
first president of the new. secretary; and George E. Joseph A. Ryan, H. H. (Bud) The directors voted to hold :
'rjamzed Committee of 100 Youngberg Sr., treasurer. Wimmers, Youngberg\ and Rice formal evening meetings on the( 'r
south Sarasota County. At Wednesday's meeting a Miller last Tuesday of each month,, t
!billips was elected to the planning committee also was All-South CountyIt with the first to be held on
post at an organizational named to set up an agenda of was stressed that projects Sept. 29 Informal meetings!
elm, of the IS man board key projects for considerationby selected by this committee for the general membership
directors last Wednesday the new organization. would cover the entire South and guests will be held at noon 'A j
hther George Edmondson was named County area including the com each Tuesday at Cyro's, the f.
)( officers elected include committee chairman with olh munities of Venice, Englewood first of these to be on Sept. 8. : {
arles R (Bob) Miles, vice- er members including Edward Nokomis, Osprey andS Background of Officers

Phillips is president of Bill \
Phillips Ford, the automobile
agency he established when he ttl
came to Venice 10 months ago
from Jacksonville.
Before moving.her. ha .wai

1 1s the state's largest Rambler \
dealer with agencies at Jack '\-
sonville and Daytona Beach 4
s and also was active in the au
tomotive field in Miami )

He presently is a member of i
the Venice Kiwanis Club and Architect Drawing of New Nursing Home .,,1
the Venice Area Chamber of

Commerce.A native.of Memphis, Tenn., Lot Council Studies ;
he graduated in 1949 from the Circus Parking Okayed I i

/ r University of Mississippi wherehe
s played halfback on the Ole
\ Miss football team. He cameto Licensing Plan I t j
Plans for a 1,644-car parking I limits of the parking area will circus for the 1965 season Jan
Florida In 1952 upon being area adjacent to the Ringlmg be erected to prevent cars be. 810 is expected to attract "
i separated from the service af driven onto the taxi crowds of several thousand
ing strips
.II 'W circus: winter quarters at Venice ,
ter duty in Korea as an artillery Airport have been okayed and runways. daily to the airport winter For Contractors

officer by City Council The world premier of the quarters
At Jacksonville he was a
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member of the Chamber of City Engineer Tom Slider I City Council will study a
Commerce and Committee of submitted a sketch of the proposed proposed ordinance for the licensing l
100 and served on the new industry parking plan to councilat of general contractorsat ;t
division of the chamber. the informal agenda meet. an informal meeting tomor ,
He also served as new mem- Ing last Tuesday and was given Painless ParkingFor row (Tuesday) afternoon in ,?
ber chairman of the Jackson. the go-ahead to continue with the City Hall council chambers. r
villa YMCA. the project. .
The proposed ordinance was 1 to
FhilllDs also was a memberof Slider proposes to clear the I end
about a ago
drawn year
up
the Southside Businessmen'sClub same area used for parking tabled after several brief discussions .
Optimist Club, Gator last year during rehearsals of BeachgoersCity It Is patterned after . -
I Bowl Assn., The QuarterbackClub the Greatest Show on Earth' the Sarasota County contractor I ; "
and the Miami Touch removing stumps and debris so
law in hopes a '
(Continued on page 2)) more cars can be accommodated licensing /
The parking lot at the VenIce officials felt the appraisal reciprocal agreement can be .
city beach is scheduled for was high in view of the fact worked out between the city
The city engineer's plan as
NPC To HostPolicewomen outlined to the council also Included paving early this week, weather that the city already owns a and the county. t t' ,
permitting. 30-foot easement Venice currently has no licensing -
permanent
utilizing the police aux
(Gondoll.r photo br D>ryl Matter) '
Diary to assist in directing I Wynn Warren Construction through the property for accessto ordinance for general .,
"BST CUSTOMER Mrs Ruth E Hubbard Venice postal facility which opened with a traffic and parking cars A Company will Install the hard the jetty. contractors, although plumbinj y

J 81 South Venice Blvd. hands Robert Won. dedication ceremony Wednesday. The new mall! fee probably will\) be surfacing both at the beach. One city official, in fact, and electrical contractors are I
teN mari clerk to charge, the first batch branch Is In leased space in Walker Hardware charged, with the auxiliary and at Teen Haven youth center noted that it was considerably required to pass a written examination p I. .,

"MM (o be handled through the new SouthMcNAMARA Co on the South Trail. NORTH PORT CHARLOTTEMore sharing in the proceeds. I at the Venice Airport higher than the appraisal made before being licens '{'1.\. ,,,"p{

than 50 women delegates Barriers marking the outer The two projects were In. for city taxing purposes by edOnly I .. k: ','
I SWORN "' : to the annual conferenceof cluded by the City Council In the same appraiser requirement for a building :b''
I the International Man of the 1964-65 budget City Engineer Tom Slider contractor working inside .
Police Women are scheduledto South The new paving will be much has reported to council the the city at the present time '
County appreciated by beachgoers who occupational license costIng -
Is
arrive Wednesday for a controlat an
for erosion
of the National Police have had to contend at times need some $50 a year. No special ,,:,f-
tour owned air- ,
the municipally
South P. O. with chuck holes, ridges and required and : .
Venice Opens laU of Fame and Museum port beachfront property. Slider qualifications are ,
little
no
small gullies requiring with the necessary -
Dr. Lois L. Higgins, former Escapes CleoThe said erosion is most severeat literally anyone .b
agility to dodge such '
director of the Illinois Crime fee may purchase
the
the south end of more
Is
still pondering
SOUTH VENlCE-South Ven- 81 South Venice Boulevard' dents. Prevention Bureau, now retired I City Council of area than a mile of beach, In the a license.
e now has In brief address, McNa- is president of the group the purchase an Venice Asked by The GONDOLIER ,
Its OWn branch who stepped up to the window a South County area es the south jetty vicinity of Lake golf
'office\ credited Joseph Antos of arriving by bus. for parking at who eligible to purchasea "ti'
with a handful of letters to be mara caped without even so much as Center owner course. was '
the new contract station be mailed. 24 Valencia Rd., South Venice, The visitors will have lunch a whiff of Hurricane Cleo i from Tarpon F. Gibbs Jr. The city engineer said he had general contracting occupational
.l1\e\ with the idea for the branch at Ryders Congress Inn, Char. George license, Building Inspector
operational Thursday Mrs. Hubbard a past presl which battered the East Coast Councilwoman Blanche J. received an estimate of $33
tit the in turn said if the lode Harbor. In addition to E Curwood replied,
Venice Civic office. Antos Guy
swearing In of Robert dent of the South last week. Celll has been asked to secure 000 for beach erosion controlIn
Venice themselves hall of fame and museum in herewith i e
McNamara of South the who walks
"Anybody
people
', as clerk in Assn Ladies Auxiliary, repre the storm an estimate from H. N. (Bud) that area from George M x
On Thursday "
: as
rte due the credit, 920 here they will see the Port '
by Coleman at the iwearIng were $50. a
M. her Installationof
Reese, tented group Wimmers, Venice Realtor, on Edmondson for the
sistnt Venice of them having signed a petl Charlotte retirement common 'moved up the East Coast The proposed ordinance also ;, '
He
postmaster In ceremony. of appraisal of the Budd dogbone groins
the cost an I
weather
11Ie facility I. who to Inspectthe tlon In behalf of it within one ity. ing havoc, the the specialty building fields
located on the Others came caUS'j said Edmondson told him covers w'J
'tb Lieut Col Frank J. Schlra at Venice recorded a property.Negotiations
Trail In the Walker facility Included membersof week. earl could probably such as heating, air conditionIng -
were begun city recover ep- 1
low of 74 '
1rdware Besides being the man who executive director, National B9 and a 1)
Co In Venice Area Vol and ventilating, swimming I
the apace leased the South of Amer. precipitation. Winds ler this month with Gibbs who proximately 70 per cent of the F'
Officers Assn
office Mc. Police
Post In now runs the post and docks
seawalls
Office Department
unteer Fire of cost of such Installationfrom pools
Department $137-
normal for this time of offered an appraisal an
hand to about
McNamara" Namara is president of the Ica, will be on greet ,
first customer their crisp new white caps anda I I 000 made by Richard Gormley the federal governmentTamiami (Continued on page 2) I'a t
e the law enforcers. year.
May Fire women
Area Dept
Venice I
Ruth E. Hubberd of throng of South Venice real. South ,, _... .. ......._ .... .... .".
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i -Trail l- 'Road Of Enchantment'Opened State's Last Frontier IIIIJ 9 ; r ]I" ,t 'I


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J*: highway enton, Sarasota, Venice, Pun- agriculture, with only a little one of the biggest advocatesfor ready for paving there up
W. EARL AUMANN It is the legendary of the Trail, Not So Easy It was slow work and expensive i
'rb. Tamiamt Trail Is the that revealed to northerners to Gorda, Fort Myers, Estero, over 100 miles running through the building and started two But the Everglades fooled but the route through the
voted $355 000
roM of Bonita Springs and NaplesAt Big Cypress Swamp and the finished ? y
of alike finally
Floridians some Everglades was
enchantment and fooled
which them it had
big dredges from the west end. like many
eastward Everglades
oPened UP the last frontier of the mysticisms and enchantment Naples it curves the before. Tu wet weather tin In 1928 atfer an expenditureof
time that men
At that now
of the But that 100 miles proved to ,
"orida. the eastern edge
through
of the Everglades, known out over $6 million In the meantime
had been surveyed, the material as it was dredged
route
be the big stumbling block fora tP
The 2-milllon acre Big Cypress
to only a few Hillsborough Manatee,
,
famed coming
Iran before Its the muck of decayed
lit which gets and through the wavy, long time to completion of construction of the Trail was sank Into and
Mme Swamp Charlotte, Lee
souls Sarasota
Tampa from a contraction of adventurous sawgrass-covered Evergladesto the Trail In 1918 Dade Countyon thought to be a comparitively vegetable matter. In dry
Counties bad paved the
and Starts At Tampa the muck burned out. Collier
weather
Miami haa been task All the engineershad
the Miami a distance of alight. the east voted $123,000 for easy their territoriesand
IUbJect of and The Trail begins at Tampa, canal to The engineers finally found the roads through
feet much fact than 270 miles the project and started to build to do was to dig a
more Tamlamt Trail was )
ly the
O eastern
l It Bay's clear the
Provided the name skirts Tampa drain off the water and pile the only solution was to
the most the Trail the Trail from that end.
and For part big two-day
with eau
a
the theme of a made shore for 35 miles. goes past of which Fort dirt on one fide' and presto) ground with dynamite down to opened ,y
song Lea
well settled County,
P by the
a tenor the the big then would be a roadbed limestone
by name down the coast to Brad- much of U well-suited to MysM iI the county scat, and


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p t The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl.. Monday, August 31, 1964 -ill"

i\ iitllt., rr -OBITUARY- Brohard, Hogan Suggest 1 VENICE INLET TIDES HIGH LOW STOMP PASS TIDES MOH JJQ

AUG. 31
MONDAY 8:16:
18am 2:111: pm am
2U
. MONDAY AUG. SI : ; |
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j II. ) ( 5MRS.. FLORENCE S. end Veterans of WWI Auxiliary New Auditorium F i
' 764 hereSurvivors. StudyA TUESDAY 738am, 414pm TUESDAY SEPT. m
) t; : i ; MEYERHOFF Include her hus SEPT. 1 - 8It1: ]

I ''\ ;..,',', hot. Mrs of. 79 Florence Olympic Sutton Road Meyer South hoff band; a Robert son, Sgt.Henry Robert Meyer.R. much-needed civic auditorium agenda meeting last Tuesdayby c"Jturac6mpl.x\ Including a WEDNESDAY SEPT. 2 8:54: am 11:19: pm WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8 T.82a: 44l: |
will be the
/t.\: Venice, died Thursday at Ven- Meyerhoff of Silver Springs I city' next suggesting that Council ptJ>llc library, an auditorium -
i capital improvement if Mayor President' E. S. Raymond aM concert halL
: 'y, ap SEPT.
I Md.; a brother, Frederick Sutton Smyth D. Brohard and SEPT. S 1 19am S4am: THURSDAY. } 12:17: am
MA Councilman point committee to study and Cost of such an ambitious THURSDAY, : lld:
1", :, ,she came native here of Stamford three Conn, three of grandchildren.Hamden, Conn, and John R. Hogan have plan the project bUlding program, however, 10:06: pm 11:11: pm .Mam 5H:
years
ago anything to do about It-and The entire council agreed Informally wire regarded as prohibitiveto - -
from, that city Services were conducted Sat they undoubtedly will that it la none too the city's budget. -
,' ., ': Mrs Meyerhoff was a memo urday at Rawles Funeral Home Mayor Brohard capped a soon to begin planning such a Meanwhile, the. Venice Area
z' .flier of First Methodist Church Chapel with The Rev. John L. brief discussion of a new civic:
structure Free
Library
was organized by
''. ', and Chapter 85, Jones of Venlce-Nokomls I' ; 10f l lContlnaed
Rosemary Methodist auditorium at the City Council Replace Civic Center Ue Venice Area Friends of the Of
M '( ':I,'reEa t In Stamford. She was al- Church officiating Burial '' ti .. was ..1.' .... by Lbrary, opening about the Committee (
t member of Emmanuel was In Gulf Pines Memorial Councilmen
;: ;; ;; who
'I Council Hogan inquired fret/ of the year in the former
r Shrine Studies
; 1 S of Greenwich Conn, Park
as to the possibility of replacing Vmce.Nokomll Woman's Club
11 \ I (Continued from page 1)) I I the present Civic Cen- Library building. ( from page 1) Venice Manager for General the organization's board at<
Includes
; rectors
: having been transferred :
[ DAVIS VINYL CRETE ter with more modem facilities A library building commit- down Club and served on the Telephone
The Venice Area HomeBuilders tie has been working for more Fund executive com- from St. Petersburg George M. Edmondson, .
Assrt hat been pressng Brohard said rather than Dan a year now on plans for mlttees United in both Jacksonvilleand He Is a graduate of the University dent, The Edmondson Co.
\I', I'"r( L.i ui spray your residence or commercial; building with the city to adopt such a ,I construction of a new Civic construction of a new $100,000 Miami. of Florida and has Frank C. Raeburn Rtdb
f. e DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. licensing ordinance for more Center he would rather awe 1\\nary building in Blalock His other clubs Include the been with the phone companyfor J. Howard Vaughn, prey,
f..: EXTERIOR AND than; a year and will be called I planning begin on a badly Park and currently la making Ponte Vedra Club, The River five years.Youngberg Venlce-Nokomls Bank
; INTERIOR WALLS Into the discussions needed auditorium. pans to kickoff a building Club, San Jose Country Clubof was chief engineer Edward J Ewing, prtuj,
.:W 1 NO JOB TOO SMALL City Attorney M. A. Bras- I The oommlttee would be hind campaign about the first Jacksonville\ and the Coun.t for the Brotherhood of Mission Valley Estates.
well recalled that a similar charged with drawing prelim oj. the year. .. Locomotive Engineers when It
Miami. Paul Maurer,
i Club of public
}:'I I We offer the tome satisfactory service/ ot we did while in ordinance was drawn up in inary plans, scouting suitable R la anticipated that the Miles is president of the established the City of Venice. consultant. relita
' flit roofing business! 948 when George E. Youn,. locations and working out the auditorium committee also Men's Shop and has been a He has been a permanent resident Joseph H. Ryan
t LESTER berg Sr. was mayor but failedto financial details may consider Blalock Park as resident of Venice since 1947 for more than 20 years Florida Venicemanaer. v
DAVIS OWNER be adopted because of pro- About two years ago, civic: the site for that structure, carrying and graduated from Indiana and has been active In the Co.Frederick. pLight
f P. 0. Boi 333 Nokomis. ph. 488-4174 tests from the contractor. organizations began a move to out the previous thinkingon University in 1951. He Is a building, real estate and financial -
themselves. J encourage the building of a a cultural complex. member of the Venice-Nokomis fields He presently Is H. Hanson, Ife
._ board of the sota Key.S. .
-- ------ chairman of the
Rotary Club and the Venice -
I Area Chamber of Commerce -' First National Bank of Venice. I L. (Sam) Herron IK
He Is a member of the Ven tary-treasurer Spear Inc
Wilkinson _recently became ice Area Chamber of Commerce Larry Rhodes, pruij,
1.! the Venice-Nokomis Venlce-Nokomis Broidcuti
Rotary Club, the Venice Yacht Co.
\ I Fire Prevention Club, the Florida Engineering Earle L. Kilton, Develon
I Society and other professionaland H. N. (Bud) Wimmen,R,
'" Meet\ ThursdayA civic organizations.From tor.

1992 to 1954 Youngbergwas
meeting to plans for
map
of Venice and served ALLEN
mayor
Fire Prevention Week in Sara-
In Florida State Legislature
the -
sot County Oct. 4-10 will be Convalescent and
held in the office of the Sarasota as a member of the
IT TAKES A LOT MORE p.m. Fir Thursda Department at 3:30: House 1952 and of 1954.Representatives In 24 Nursing How Nuninq Horn Semi

i Phone Venice
Rep. Russell C. Jordan Jr. Beside. the four newlyelected - ttr roNct DI WON 18M7M
\ of the Fir Prevention Com officers the full roster of I'_": . in
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mittee expressed the hope that
a full attendance would be
than present so that full plans can
DRAWING BOARD
a be hog completed at this one meet- DANCE CLASSESADULTS

a TEEN-AGE a CHILDRENREGISTRATION
-.." The of what are now
T-SQUARE the Yucatan. Guatemala and
western Honduras, built great
atone cities with lofty pyramids BALLROOM CLASSES for ADULTS and TEENAGE
l'' COMPASS and temples, huge monasteries FOX vane WAITS, fHA CWA C nA. ROMA' TANGO, '
baths and lOCK a ROLL, Roes NOVA.>4 >ll DANCES
vapor observatories astronomical . . .

CLASSES for CHILDREN and TEEN-AGE In
PENCIL BALLET TAP ACROBATIC and MODERN JAZZ

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.i To construct the plans for your local newspaper! Trooper Rill t I* e r.M. VENICE fhlUmt_ Adult.GARDENS* Tx*..Tam..RECREATIONAL Btul.A.. ...1I..._T_...CEIITE.RECI"TIt4TllnJII I C lit. P.M. CUiM..re set llrt.
. . .
t But like any other construction it must have a says rvlnogAn ..n..... II .town 111. A.litt CnplM. ,II tars II)."
"strong foundation," a "solid footing" and be built of the ". . :,i..''i f.:.:,'/ ,,, C'II_, a -. IU.

I "best materials." Like any 6ther construction it must '. ", \.1 .. !1.) ', Lft;i* .."V MR. & MRS., EARL ATKINSON

be able to stand up against time. f "f"r'I, ,.'". Residence 4U8 Hire] Are., Tel. mow can Monlnit


Unlike other constructions The GONDOLIER'S "solid footing" .,-

is built on sound editorial policy. . our "strong foundation"

I is found in our efforts to report the community news with TREMENDOUS SAVINGS

accuracy. . and the "best materials" are found in the

competency of the staff who work for the newspaper. ON -

ss Remaining 1964

i With a newspaper there is no such thing as a "pretty ,.

paint job" to camouflage defects . no "fancy trim" can CHRYSLERS. PLYMOUTHS. VALIANTS

disguise poor construction The planning and design of (No Reasonable Offer Refuted)

your newspaper must stand on its own merits without COME U While' the

I any embellishments. IN HOW SELECTION IS GOOD
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When leaving a parked positionon Low down Bent The
payments Financing -
Our most important design is to aid in the planning a street or highway look
Warmest welcome
In Venice!
I' back to determine
that It Is
I and building of
our community . to be ever watchful safe to move Into the traffic
j' in seeing that the Venice area has and retains a pattern. Drivers who move for. Chrysler-Plymouth

"solid footing" and "strong foundation" throughout its :7., '' ward Into traffic without look. I WOOD
\\1i\r\ ,; 1t Ing back and signaling frequently Inc.
i ; : continued growth. hit an oncoming car
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c4 to 10 minute or until salmon ? : . . . 1 jug 49c
it cooked; skim off foam Cool. t) BRAND CREAMCHEESE it
I
ron, i Remove fish and, vegetable '
r.' Inc. and arrange to ,a dish Boil
preal fl,h lock to reduce: pour over
11dGnevefopr Mlmon Refrigerate overnight I

Makes*,S servingsAFTERNOON. CLOROX SPECIAL!
TEA ; ,
en ,& Two young American women. Get 35
cookbook author, brought thi ? 4r'i' Presidential '?'f, ,
*cip* back from Denmark. Pencils Plus 24 Book '
Assorted Open Sandwich Page

Vend Golden Coconut Tee Macaroon of Presidents for Only

me Golden Ceeenot Maearoon
1.00
Irvin S eggs + to
ttnlE" :/J cup sugar C WITH MAIL ,
IN
H teaspoon almond extract ,;w/ts As.ln 1'ep A 6 v:,ys r -CLOROX COUPON LABEL MOM SPECIAL
1 package ((8 ounce) ihred- {,pA4wA e' M ANy Nel r F
ded coconut (about 3 cup) s i _
Beat egg lightly In a mixing -
..I bowl Add sugar almond
)I extract and coconut; stir to .
mix thoroughly. Drop mixture *ee.ea.na '
b j heaping teaspoonfuls onto a i.
veil.gresaed baking aheet :
frozen
lake in I moderate oven (350 foods k kY ka
degrees) for 1) minute or un-
tit cookies are lightly browned Tip-Top Atsorted e
Remove to a wire rack to cool FRUIT DRINKS
Make about 3 dosen. Tats
J'PCIJIIII 1 from "Cooking Seen
din+vien" by Shirley Servia 9 6u. 99=
and Barbara Scott O'Nefl, published cans ''Ei, 'b
by Poubleday).
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FAMILY POWER Testy Stouffer'sSpinach )i. 'ib1 a
na Green bean get savory flavor .
he21a Souffle

Meat Loaf Potatoes '
Sybil' Green Bean 12 ox. '

fresh Sybil's Plum Green Pie Bean Beverage 4ftcpltg. ,

114 cup! butter or margarine Mr*. Smith'sCREAM aK
I medium onion, cut Ja thin rr
Ire strips PIES .kfir ',
1 cup sliced freeh mushroom PRICES

I pound* snap bean*. cooked 16 ox. 3 9 C { EFFECTIVE
Salt and freshly. round pkg MON., TUES., WED., '' ,1
pepper (Checektt, Lemon er Ntes.'ltM Fleven) AUG 31, SEPT. I & 2, 1964 '
In asmaR skillet melt the ,. J"
cutter; add onion and mush
rooms; cook moderately. fast dairy specials o C i,.
until\ onion Is golden. Mix: with
hot cooked bean; add< salt if Chef's Delight down : :
needed and pepper to taste a PosuX 1
Makes S servings. (To cook CHEESE SPREAD produce aeaa.a ,
fs beans, scrub and tip them; cut ; ,.A ,

I !in and Inch boO with dented 1 lengths; cover 2 ib. Ej0c[ lane
II cup boiling water e e.
I and 1/4 teaspoon salt; l loaf SPW (limit < peundi)
'tin). "t
0 FRIDAY FARE BREAKFAST THOMPSON SEEDLESS ;
CLUB
TASTYMargarine
We
tested one of the new

that salad t)!you gelatin too, might with this like to recipe try,, G RAP IS '
Cheese Souffle Potato Sticks 10c
Green Pea Carrot Aspic e ctn. Swift's SemtnoleBacon .
Cookie Beverage .
1
Carrot Aspic, LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER WITH PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORE 'lib. pkg. 41c
1 Package ((3 ounce) cel T
flavored salad geUtin C

J 1 teaspoons cup boiling. elder water vinegar IOOO laA IOO iOoVUleRda, 'IOO; Swim Franks Primlum Pure: :': lb.I 1 0 a, '/
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carrots lightly pecked I w*.,l.._ wIA Ail aww............ah I Iwlft'i' Pramhim' s....,. ef Pellth
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and ice aMiInt n 11 M il fi II M tl II ft fl IE'W* '
cube; stir constantly: i p'
toll ales! thickened: = about 3 min Tongue . .. . .. .. lb. 49'White Sr
Remove
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olives'ice< Stir. Srmnn'in carrot late,five celery and !50mTleA: 050 50 FR lrEAm50J"
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Eggplant Relish m' IUI 30J to150mlr'
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tomatoes '
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IS A PLEASUREl

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with
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servings.1 LINK SAUSAOI SLICIO stampJ THE RIGHT. baggles ,:.. t

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f 4-- GONDOLIER, YenTce; fla, Monday, August H, 1964

f K I Demo Women I Story Hour Features Indian, Magic


ActivitiesSteppedUp and Mrs Bee Lewd, children's
Weiring the headdress given had devoted the last 15 years i Other guest story-tellers '\\10
him fly his Indian father Chief of his career to electronic performers during the 11 story thor, and Gerberich and Dr
simulator work. At hours this summer were Mrs. Mogford who presented a mat.
Blowitnake of the Wlnnebagos, flight retirement -
E. g. Gerberich shared honors I he was executive and George Dillon of St Mark's ic show A total attendance of i
administrative superintendent Parish Day School, Mrs Bill 278 children was recorded for
wltp( young magicians/ Larry the summer, Mrs.
Member o f Democratic ana. James Elliott, at the VenIce of the Curtis Wright model i Edmundson of Venice-Nokomis Dorothy
Kindergarten, Lantz, librarian said.
Women's Club of South Sara- Free Public Library's last shops, Presbyterian
sota County are stepping up story hour ot the year Friday -.."'''_........ ._....,. """"' oJo.- . ." 1 ..l.'i Tr ,.""

activities this week, following Force 60 youngsters were
the close of the Democratic prt*,Tit to hear stories told m-,4 .
rw 'ry
national convention, and will! by Gerberich who was adoptedas ,rt .t %
man the Democratic Headquarters a son by Chief Blowsnake in ti
I ot 121 W. Miami Ave a ceremony in Brooklyn, N Y,
dally from 9am. to 1 p.m, and and I to watch the first public '
from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday to magic performance of Larry, ;
r answer questions and dispense 13, and James, 11 They are it
1,, : 'r t
materials.Mrs. of +e
I party eau Mr and Mrs William
Mary Gibbs, Sarasota G. Elliott of 636 Alhambra
County state committeewomanand Read who moved to Venice "
_ _ vice-president of the State three months ago
Democratic Women's Clubs, is !The two boys have been In. :
In charge of South County activities tei'' sted in manic for over a F'r st
l in conjunction with the year and performed for friends r 1
state and local candidates dinner iced small groups in Davton,
dance on Sept 18 at Holiday Olio, their former home Since 1 r rIpl
Inn, Sarasota. Sen. Spes- coming here they have been
-'" --- -t-x ">\x\'>\\\Vi>..;..JIM -, -_ _. .r .-, sard L. Holland will be guest working with Gerberlch and
speaker and Bob Earnhardt' Dr, Harry Mogford, both
DR. RONALD HIGEL and his Euglish bride er the place of honor given to a drawing by memo I
orchestra will play for dancing. bers of the Circus City Chapterof
moved into their Road the Dutch artist Swlnkels, who was host to
new Apalachicola I
social hour of
The will begin at Society American Magicians -
I
} home shortly before her mother, Mrs. Bert her late father on D-Day during WWII Mrs 6:30: p.m. and dinner will be The boys will appear as
Rossell. arrived for a visit from her home in Rossell departs Thursday served at 8 p.m. guest artists at the first fall
Hong Kong. Mrs Higel is showing her moth- Sarasota County Democratic meeting of the chapter.

Women's Club, with the assist Gerberich told three stories,
. ; Hong Kong Guest Departs I ance of the South County a sign language hunting story, 4 f
group, Is sponsor Ticket may a story about an old Indian anda +
be obtained at local headquarters nature story He also explained -
Mrs. Gibbs said. the history and meanIng
Sixteen months of living the same time her daughters ing a trip to England) since Local delegates to the State of his costume. -
fa Hong Kong, in the Tin Kau were marrying American she left Hong Kong was most Democratic Women's Cluh con. Gerberlch's Into
the
,I suburb, makes Mrs. Bert Ros men The family home in amazed at this country's unending vention In October will be Indian adoption about because
sell fully understanding of the Cambridge Is now being occupied line of perfectly elected.! at the (rroup's meeting of family reouest came to a friend
nostalgia for the winding by her elder son, straight highways. These, she a
Sept. 20, Mrs Gibbs said In New York who had Ion been
lanes and woodlands of England Simon Warren, and the other admits, may be both necessary t
Interested in Indian affairs
that her daughter, Mrs. son, John Warren, is prettygenerally and extremely convenient
Several members of the Wisconsin ;
Ronald Higel of ApalachicolaRoad afloat she said, because of the "vastness" -
is since he is chief i of the United States but she ClothingPickup Winnebago tribe had _
currently experiencing. photographer County! moved from their native stateto
the Greek Line thinks must be extremely
on ship, they -
Brooklyn and Gerberich,
Mrs.: RosseJl, Caned "Bun- Olympia. boring. Oct. 2.7 then assistant director of Newark :
ny" by her family and close Mrs Rossell and Mrs. Hlgel English food is the special (N. J.) Red Shield Bov's
friends, leaves Thursday after spent some time Thursday ty of Mrs. Rossell who has Club, asked to be given nn In. __
a month's visit here with reminiscing about Englandand prepared several dinners of For GoodwillAnnual dlan name by the chief He became -
Dr. and Mrs. Higel. She will trying to express exact- beef and kidney pie and roast acquainted with him and
upend the month of Septem- ly the difference between the beef and Yorkshire pudding school clothing collec- when time for the namebentowin4 -
ber in New Jersey with her way of life In England and for the several families of ion for Goodwill Industries in ceremony arrived, ti
other daughter Mrs. John here. In Hong Kong, a British Higel relatives Mrs. Higel Sarasota County will be Oct Chief Blow-moke instead performed *
:Mateychak, who as an airline Crown colony, customsare had no cooking to adjust since 27. the Winnebaeo religious
stewardess married one of almost Identical to Eng- her specialty is continental For the third consecutiveyear ,."..rnonv making him his son.
the line's pilots last year. She lish life, Mrs. Rossell said, cookery which is her husband's children and teenagerswill He was nAmed Win-ama- -
will then return to her homein but the weather is pretty favorite come to the aid of Good tede-gn! meaning! rain how, and AN INDIAN IN FULL REGALIA, E. S. James' handling ot the ring trick, above,
Tin Kau to rejoin her hus- much the same as in Venice. Their former life in Cam. will's 340 handicapped employee was told by his new father that Gerberich, who is also a magician, told In. while Larry prepares his turn. The brothers
band. dian stories at the last story hour of the sum have been doing magic tricks for more thana
unIversity
I The extremely casual way bridge, a cosmopolitan by gathering shoes clotting he was to cement Indian-White I
and both the town filled with mer at Venice Free Public Library Friday. year in their former home in Dayton, Ohio.
She daughterswere of life here is the most sur young electrical appliances and man relations His new mother.
married last year, Mrs.BaeaeU pricing change to both, though persons, has made the adjust. other things around the house Hue Skv, made his vest, with He shared the program with brothers, Larry, Sixty children were present at the program.
having been widowed their ready laughter and Can-! ment to the easy way of re- for the hire-the-handIcapped he rainbow embroidered; on it left, and James Elliott, and is observing
I several years ago She left for did attitudes seem quite typi- tirement life in Venice quite a or"an'zatlon' both rom ana DecK, ant anpe
Hong Kong to wed Rossell, a cal of the Englishwoman! Image formidable contrast for Mrs. Goodwill's material dropped bag with the same beaded SaleA
merchant ship! engineer from / of formality held here Higel She plans to return to considerably during the sum. embroidery design! Rummage Venice Free Public Library
Australia whom she had met I Mrs. Rossell, who has traveled England for a visit next springto mer with manv people awayon Later Gerberich assisted the I I
in England, at approximately some 136,000 miles (includ- "cure" the remaining home vacation, and donations are ?lnneba'!o tribe members with rummage sale Saturday at Record
sickness and her mother hopesto urgently needed to keen the 34" hows which they presented in Gulfbreeze Hotel, beginning at Reports ActivityA
8 a.m., Is being held by Grace
Join her there. continually employed, Goodwll1 schools find nlphtclubs He was
officials said aught! their dances, storiesn1Iangual't. MethcJist Church Women's icond consecutive reading July 162 new borrowers availed .
On her return to Hong Kong.
/ Pupils will take folded Good \ Society for Christian Service record at Venice Free Public themselves of the library'sservices
she
/ will be able to travel with
r/lul1l1Jl1l (d tcs ions Rd7jr her husband to oriental ports will bans! home on Oct 2 and I He cam. here two years ago. Donations are to be taken to Library was reported at the bringing the total
visited by his ship I return filled bags to school on Prior to his retirement from the hotel on Friday, library board meeting Wednes- number of registrants to 1,420.
Oct. 7. Curtis Wright Corp. !in 1961, he day with approximately 4,000 New books acquired during
/I'e/ books in circulation in July, July include 90 for adults and
r ' '$i S>9',4f Mrs. Dorothy Lantz, libra- 62 for juveniles. Of these, 69
rian, said that 2,840 adult books adult and 13 juvenile were nonfiction .
SPECIAL! PERMANENT WAVES and 1,129 juvenile books were .
circulated during July with the Serious reading increasing,
$8.50 $10.00 $12.50 i\4.' library playing host to 1,595 Mrs. Lantz said, with one-thlyd

Includes hair styling, shampoo and sett' ijJ'FREE visitors and researching 45 of all adult books loaned being
CAN OF BONAT HAIR SPRAY -" :t reference questions non-fiction. Particularly in
WITH S12.50 W AVE. :pia J'R Previous high in circulationwas request this summer have been
e i- 3,523 books borrowed in
11 .i biography and travel with political
GLADYS ADKINS SALON i t J June Since the library openedon
Jan 6, 22,174 books have works continuing to increase !
131 W. Miami Ave. Ph. 488.6550 ,, tJH) ((t'r been circulated by the library rapidly as the Novem
I f Mrs. Lantz said that during ber elections grow nearer.

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) FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL r r FREE I STYLE CONSULTATION|

"Back to School"SPECIAL .
Principal: JEAN SPEAR, ( MISTD *



i II I I VENICERegistration N"I+Iif' Caryl Richards PERMANENT

i 1 ks

REG. 515. NOW $5.00

: Fri., Aug. 28th, 7 to 9 p.m.
(Limited time only)

at the STUDIO WE GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURLY" PERMANENTSANNE'KBEAUTYSHOPPE


1'1 : CORNER OF L VENICE AVE. & VENICE BY-WAY

Stall: JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AMD/ )

JANICE/ DREW (AISTD) 121 N Ttmtaml Trail Ph. 488-1367

(next to J&H. Drug Store)
PH. SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR I ... nL+ p, s I'r'k'' t, Lit '.. Members of FCA. Winners- of ifvla & coloring eont ti

. one In to meet the staff on registration day. GOP HEADQUARTERS at 3154 W Venice Ave are being .J

readied this week for next week's opening, according to Mrs. I
BALLET Harry J. Barker, chairman of campaign activities. Her co- IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW

,' (Cecchettl Method Imperial' Society of England) chairmen will be Mrs. Margaret Busbey, president of the I/
when .. '
,I) TAP local Republican Women's Club which will operate the headquarters k you -

t.. Preparing for the opening are, left to right, Mrs f
(Beginners to Professionals)
Ann Lord, Mrs Busbey, Mrs Barker and Mrs Carl Hamilton.
Opening date delayed one week due to locating studio J Committee riemllrs will be appointed at the club meeting DINE

j 1: We now have temporary studio I II Wednesday. I OUT I


I ,
BEST I AND BEST IS
NOW OPEN I z IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD
The Southern Comfort WASHINGTON, D C. (AP)
9 i.m. to 5 p.m, daily -In succeeding days at the recent --
U S. Open, Tommy
Jacobs, 29, shot a record 64 TRY OUR. . COME AS YOU ARE!
and Ken Venturi, 33, scored a Grilled Onion
SEE IT AT record 30 on the front nine on STEAK SANDWICH '_ 55c
the way to a 66.Venturi' 12-Inch Home-made Pin $1 I up Bay Vista
nine-hole score was ((25c each additional dressing) I'
SouthVenice accomplished with four birdie RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Blvd, 3's and one birdie 4. He had 16 OZ. We cater to parties
u andAlligator six 3's and three 4's for his 30 FROSTED MUG-0-BEER 30c ? DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR

'< + ti' ''i Drive THE COMPLETE DINNERS .................. $1.50 and III'
.e emokey SaytiI.XlFTHEPEOPLE.WIHErtOW GLADESBAR LUNCHES .... . .. .. .. ... ... ...., ...... 75c and up
VENICE
SOUTH
_a. CLOSED
I & RESTAURANTS. MONDAYS
\ SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
TORTE PEOPLE. Tamlaml Trail! Just S. of Bill Phillips Ford Rotary Meets Her Tuesday Noon Ph. 474-UML

r 510.750. .
I x1-

on your approved lot AMERICA Blmusr-$ The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH SMACK McDONALD'S

tDRESis l ltl.BTS14 OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD
+ Designed & Built by "Food that ('s Making the lemon toy Arta F moll." 661 S. T.mlaml Trail Ph. 488-2873 Venice, fie

I 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large living room SMORGASBORD
FRANCIS EVANS and Florida $2.25 ForSPECIAL
U.S. room. MONDAY 5:30: to 9 P.M.SMORGASPREAD.
2lOSoutn 41
1 Few homes are so carefully executed TAKE-OUT
Venice, Florid* $1.00
'- (H t N. ef f Cyroi) to provide the maximum of ease, com .., I Ih30 to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. PICNIC BOX LUNCHES

488-1553 fort end spaciousness. You'll Enjoy Our Popular Dinners ,,...... From $1.00 SERVING BREAKFAST
RBiWh Iel Dave, ( Flo Behrens pm. 474-3312 ajn.
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The GONDOLIER Venice, FT.. Monday August 31, 19M-S
I
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I Here Are New Teachers You'll See, Kids, When School Startsi i i ITT I





Faculties Get i II 7


$ Civic WelcomeNew

?+fwh,{ Itt.JfraT,5 j
teachers and those returning -
to teach In the Venice-
Nokomis Englewood schools 5'
,u $ were welcomed by area civic -:-"' : '- : .;; ':i' '_ :

leaders and city officials at an
informal reception Thursday Wwse I'

iel .: ,s morning in the Venice High 'a l j t 4
School cafeteria.

1 i3ti Several persons, Including
School Superintendent Dr. Russell '" k 8 t } t r I IW
y
W. Wiley, VeniCe Mayor
Smyth D. Brohard and School
Board Member Ronald Brittonof

Venice welcomed the new

teachers and returning faculty
members
Said Brohard, "You teachersIn
the Venice schools are very
fortunate You are In the great-
est profession in the world in a'Si
the finest community in the
United States.
Following the introduction of
city officials and civic leaders, ;',
VHS Principal John E Davis +1
then called upon the principalsof
the other area schools to introduce .
J JW their new teachers I It Iy rI

__ The new faculty members this I
year include: 'ry
VENICE JUNIOR HIGH faculty memo James Scagg, English. The new Junior High Nokomis Elementary- Mrs
i ire from left, Miss Myrna Woods teachers replace four not returning for the Mary Cornell!. Mrs. Patricia ,
.: matin; Miss Sandra Andrew, typing; 1964-65 school term. Nash Mrs Helen Morrison and L '
j Helen Albritton, mathematics, and Mrs Ethel Casey. +xf _5 cr1-1 '
Venice Elementary Mrs !
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----- Aw _
Nina Kiesling and Mrs. Floe
ence Smith, transfers from Nokomis
Elementary: Mrs Hen- NEW TEACHERS at Venice High School (above) are, stand
; rietta Kelly and Mrs. Yvonne ing L to P., John Shufflebarger and Ross Smith, industrial
Segerllnd arts; Larry McLaren, social studies; Gerald W. Gattshall,
[ 1Js Englewood Elementary dean of students; James T. Rogers, science, and Lawrence
; Miss Peggy Payton, Mrs. Jean Rinn, cooperative business education; seated, Richard Neumann I: I
Landers, Miss Jane Marshall, English; Mrs, Era Jean Jankowskl, science, and John I '
Mrs Dorothy Hendrix and William 1 ''tt Fedison, science Venice Elementary teachers (below), new s.....
McCratchen 5. to the county school system this year, are Mrs. Henrietta \' h,
"
Venice Junior High Mrs. 5'l Kelly and Mrs. Yvonne Segerlind. ; ,:
Helen Albritton Mrs. Sandra } ./:
Andrew, James Scaggs and ---,
Mrs Myrna Woods.
Venice High- John Fedlson,
Gerald Gattshall, Milton Mc. '
Laren Mrs Era Jean Jan- (; d: tPmt: : ,
kowski, Richard Neumann, .. ; I
Lawrence Rinn James T, Rog.
ers, John Shufflebarger and
'j''t
Ross SmithImmediately. I CENTER
after the reception
school board membersand 264 S. Trail Venice Ph. 488.2198SPECIAL
Dr. Wiley made an Inspection ,
tour of the new classroom 5'S
f construction at the Venice and '
; Nokomis schools.College .
M 9 X 12 501 NYLON: RUGS ::11

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"t fiilU pN Club Tea Limited Quantity. 1
jul lll 1 r, j

; Wednesday For ORIGINALLY $74.95 {". : I


r Faculty MembersVenice /;., S
NOW
$49.95

i r r will fete Area Venice College Junior Club and Ell j f.1t

Senior High School faculty : -
_.
(Gondolin photo fcr Char_ Koch) members and college girl students -
and registrants at an In. t
NEW TEACHERS will be on hand right: First row Miss Peggy Payton, formal tea Wednesday at the t
Englewood\ Elementary to greet tome Miss Dorothy Hendrix and Mrs. Janle Marshall community room of Sarasota ; '.k'f'
students when that school opens Sept. Back row William McCratchenand Federal Savings and Loan l
'
1 Its new faculty members are, left to Miss Jean Landers. Assn *
Hours will be from 2:30: to 4 q
p.m. Mrs Samuel Roth Is gen. ,; t
I VNWC Will, Plav. Cards Wednesday. eral chairman and Mrs. Joseph l
- Hurt and Mrs. George( Ed- '.,
ostessea for the social dames J. Fergus Hunter, w. I Door prizes will be awardedand mondson will preside at the tea
e afternoon at Venice-No- Rinehart and J. Carol S'I refreshments will be servo table. Also assisting will be VENICE '
i Woman's Club Wednes130 -I I lin. Mrs. Margaret Busbey ed. Members end their guests Mrs William Etchelberger and 4k' t'
Rich. ;
j
M : p.m. will be Mes- in charge. 'are Invited Mrs. George '


YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS n Epiphany Guild Meets\ Tomorrow I First & Finest Shopping Area Jjjj ; ...,

A social hour to welcome new tima will receive corporate ''i .
On
Auto Insurance I members and those returning communion after which prayers .
I. NEW LOW RATES from summer vacations will for peace will be led by DAZZLING
(
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS follow the business meeting of Mrs. Elmer Wolf. The Guild t I
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE the Guild of Catholic Church of will observe monthly communion .
the Epiphany tomorrow at 1:30: at the 7'30: a.m. mass on BARGAINS !! ;,

p.m. Sunday. l w'rs;
>3
Hostesses will be MesdamesJohn
F. Peckler Bernard F. Optimist Zone -. ,.... ...-- .I.t.. I
"""""" T
Smith, Mary Bair, George
AGENCVl Kays, S. C. Turkenkoph and Meet\ TomorrowA DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACYThe ATTENTION BOWLERS !
William Power.
On Saturday at 1:30: a.m. the district 4 zone meeting of most historic skin cream discovery
? Blue Army of Our Lady of Fa- Optimist International will beheld REYLON "ETERNAL 27" reg. 13.95 6-oz. BOWLING SHIRTS I

Citizens/ I at 7 p.m. tomorrow atFisherman's save 4.75 ........................ $8.Sr at THE MEN'S SHOP I
SenIor I Wharf. 225 W. Venice Av.
The Roberts Bay club of 231 W. Venice| Ave. WW6.MtcRcal Center Bl dq. .....
Meef On WednesdayPresident ---
which Ward Wright Is president """ "
Schultz will be the host club. SHRODE JEWELRY '\
William Gov.Jack VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO.
will be Lieut.
Presiding !
of the
will be In charge regular of Sarasota. Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings >' .
meeting House 4
'UMII business
JOB monthly AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI
smvmrSee will
Area Senior Citizens The aim of the meeting Watches Silverware Jewelry
Venice
of Club Wednesday at 1-30: p.m. be to promote the values of Sale Service Supplies W. Repair All Makes Watch and Jeweler Repair g,
Optimism through the inter- Stuart MerrIck, Owner
at Venice Civic Center. W. Venice Ave. 488-3119
served change of club fellowship. Area 235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473
be
and Refreshments members will will play cards residents Interested in promoting .. -"""""" ........ I cf ,
after the meeting.All the youth of the community GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
senior citizens are Invited through Optimism are invitedto TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. M I
attend. BACK TO SCHOOL FUN .
Today thru Wednesday
Zone 4 includes the Fort My- Today thru Wednesday"THE
Fill fresh frozen ers Optimist Club the Sarasota THERMOS $2.00 up "THE NIGHT OF THE CHALK GARDEN" pIGUANA"
the
clubs and
halves with sliced small Bay and Sarasota
peach COMPLETE LUNCH BOXES
of Venice,
fresh strawberries, top with Roberts Bay Club and
sour cream and a drift of freshly Nokomis and surrounding com 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 Thursday"fHidNy, Saturday "HIDE AND SEEK"if
"
-grated nutmeg munities.
-... .
.
/e/come/ To
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES VENICE STATIONERS j
VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA
us for Insured Savings Accounts C EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES

or for Gold Seal Home Financing I TRADITIONAL 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488.3457 Typewriter, Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated) >a

Let ui sly!. your 'favorite vase Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts" If Required w,
ceramic Into beautiful) lamps 'r.
or 211 W. Venice Ave, 4884113SARG'S 4 ",j jIYc
SARASOTAt < C Rewiring' a flerfyfinj BYRON DANCE STUDIO

[L [DGQIadSavings [ [ ; e All Lamp Rtpain' 316I/ W.V.nlce Ave Gulf Theater Bldg. Ph.488-2383 '
.0Ii by Experienced Designer' and DIVE SHOP
association CraftanM I REGISTER NOW FOR FALL CLASSES
and loan SCUBA EQUIPMENT T.
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THE HALEY measuring earth tide in a program a trail sniffing the grounded

) begun during the International emitting eerie howls ft' I'IIIIt
Y e a r, without baying,
h Geophysical having be..n.
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meters and horizontal pendulums warning fugitive or frilhleQ.
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riSPEAK By REP. MMES A. HALEY
N; VII

It Is not exactly new thatit -Venice
I - makes a difference whose ox Area Church DirectoryIlIT.

I jJON To The Editor: between) the county and the Is being gored but the adage
material modUicatlomi has been well-proven In both
I An item recently appeared in bondholders to require written consent houses of Congress In the past NATHAN/ EPISCOPAL 'J'a1N1Tf Bi'ivuiun CHOMWwloy

your paper telling the public I)cm 2/3 of the latter few days during consideration JOM' ODD CHURCH..... Offloat Port IAB&KorUi CkJUt.
.nlll Of THI ASSOCIATED Pass MIMBEB: Of the board of Venice Hospital
SRi FLORIDA PUBS ASSOCIATION that of legislation which would strip Turn Wart at UatthouM W..lolp _.. a.,
I On 1-28-N, a showcauseorder .... Vl.. /e1 4.
Pat a M.daoa. alk
G had decided not to accept Fat s,
floe AaaMlaud Praat a) ........110 aaWM u aaa far rapabllrat at all. .... dlipMebai arMIUd taa Wolverton *a* signed by the circuit from the federal courts all Jurisdiction undar ganttaai. till tm.Uolj := tiara, e.,4 T..dq pa, ,
a urns "atbarwlaa amUta la tfcla p,pa, u4 U.m. laaal uses anbllaba4 h.. .... AU rllhta' a npvbllaaUoiI any money from the amend-- court :(for bearing on the petition over apportionmentby CommunionVEN1CB ...... .rt ....,.. . . s N
apatlal 4topatebai. ara ala iaair a4. Act (this being an the states of their legisla EPISCOPAL
I m m..se..d bar I _t.. aoalmt af tkla. nmpaaat II a>prrl'blad and ta npualliatloi k onaalp > ment to the Hill-Burton act). 2-E4-6 : AtUKMBLT! : Ot GOD At BOOM How MWS10M
tures. ..
.. On 2-25-84, without objections Vanfet. 0r-Way et Mjntto A.
foralddaa
raps br .1 p.rwl.laI I believe the people of this tin Vlattr Maurloa Pane Pena M.dn. ., v... .
I flbllabid OaiT Moadn aU .." .rod.. ...... I1M4 I. Mlaatl AraauaBnlar area should know that several by taxpayers or other As you know this bill has Suadw $b..L 101W .... a.d.F1"? :-?.*."& ..*..
1" 4 Aa Baooad Claaa Marta U Pool Offlca .t vas. flartda members of the hospital board parties the validation was been passed by the House, I Manly SarMoa Wonblp,tlM II>M..Ma.Brnilni . l7sdfN.
still think these monies should ordered and decreed; and the voted for It, not out of a vengeful Wad.a.U>. f..nr MaaUn see a... =I
r, EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher have been accepted and used. 20-day period for appeal passed attitude toward the Su- Tkt Br Okirta MdN.t Ev OMktirlHi.

COURTNEY WILLIS .......................?........... Advertising Manager Not that I or they are in favor without challenge bond have preme Court but because I VBN1CB-NOKOMIS MeruODIsrOROCCR ../....... ...... ash...{..
e Since then the believe sincerely in the . I wseMp .
but that principle PlB An a ... : ays
SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor of government help been underwritten, sold to In. it enunciates and is Joba M Last PotaartU.foam, FantonWorahl 4w.. Tay hwhfep.
have
In this now
the citizens area
w 4 ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent been taxed for many years to vestorx, and the proceeds are in the Senate awaiting action ) ..._. SiM *M, a.4 MLbeae .. 0..al
on deposit locally :; k! WwtolTrteMa, Mss....7CHCXOB
after SckMli
support this fund and a large the Democratic conven i I Ii4l Ma .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.29 per year, $3.21 per six month, 12.79 number of hospitals in Florida When these Republican candidates tion. Mathodlit Youth FaUolrtalE. Ill Ha.EMMANUEL. -

I per three months, 10 cents per copy, Out of county $6.23 per year $''23 have gladly accepted these of aay the new that courthouse"the construction will But. leaving aside the question 100 a. Tamlaal.,LUTHERAN Trail CBORCH 48'-4aUPaatar lama OF TRW TaalaaJaat NASARtMl:

per six month. $3 per three months.AarartlalDl monies and built fine hospitals be the responsibility of a new of the merits of the bill, I The Ra. .. Caarta. L Sew Baa tt Jaoatiaa 41 sea TH
Opraaaatatlnal Flo Ida Praat each CalMavllla Plat AaMriial Niwtpap tap such as Sarasota Punta Oor- must tell that it Charcb School ado Ma.Worahlpi a M. AldMwa. Mlnbtat I
t _..11_, New Cab N 1.1 Atlanta Gal Datratt, III... da, Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg Board of County Commission you was quitea 101>4 ... FaoMI 481-1001
ers" and that prospective commissioner spectacle to watph tine fran Sunday *aki.l, PiM a.m.Montef .
Miami and hundredsof tic efforts to LAUSID LUTHERAN: CHUBCH Wotaktp seas ...
all U.S.A. should be allowed"to block'con.ldera.tlon 4 art beta oa U S. 41 Tamb .......... Site ...
more over participate" in a "re-ex- of this bill on grounds TI,. Ra* Haiti H II...., 4at4004Worabtp eaas, ....... ne0 ...
Could It Be? Venice hospital 1 la now in amlnatlon of the entire) proj that it cam. before us withouta Sarttoaa 10 iM.Ma WadaaadM FTapwt Mara tale wCATHOIJO
debt $300,000 and if we completely Biudar Bcbaal ass L.Bible
proper Judiciary Committee ....
ect"-they are kidding only CI 0t15
furnish and equip the
themselves As formulated by study by the very same CROTCH Of THE EPIPHAMT

Mr. Robert F. Kennedy, of the Maua.duneth on hit way home to Bock Bay Boiton. new ly $100,000 addition more we will and need the near fund the county attorney and a* de- Jammed forces which a few months ago FIRST CHURCH SCIENTIST OP CHRIST,... Korlk &0.o.r.T.Unhonoi.. tod 4U-rm BuMoto MM.
through the House the M was Vanta A
creed by a circuit Judge of the ...
Re. R.a Omega W.
Oawk.
I : Kennedy, hat announced hit Mr. Kennedy'i ultimate goal Ii to someday refused would have providedover Twelfth Circuit, the action is civil rights bill which had had Bandar Barrlaaa Vanlea, 11 Ma
from the become of the United $80,000 for this purpose. no Judiciary Committee studyat 8i .daf II ... mdmpMUM.., ,Wtalo MMM.
candidacy for the United State president the responsibility of Republican Bobool tlta .... ll.4 a.. loN
And again this is only ._ ... IK
money all. w. ,. I _..... ......,
commissioners elected these Ooaf lee to I
,J:: State of New York. States. As a quick step In that direction part of extra money which the candidates' by Haadlni Rom 10 Ma. ., .all., .... ad "to to I il. .... *
own party in I960 A a>oapt Snndara ud boUdarm aa4 Frlaar -
'r Mr. Kennedy' announcement wet not ha had wanted to be vice president but people of Venice area have and 1962. Moreover there are consideration leading opponent of the of bill House s.as./.0a5. NORTH PORT CHARLOTT1
been taxed and else was
d'r spent
,'; entirely unexpected nor wet it unprecedented. President Lyndon Johnson used hit LBJ where. six "prospective Commissioners" Judiciary Chairman Celler. CRACS METHODIST: CHURCH FIRST PRB8BTTIRIAM CBCRCIDr

Mr. Pierre Slinger, a fellow cattle prod to cut him out of that ..tamped The so-called strings to accepting for three seat In the next The Brooklyn veteran, in a lt- Oonar.... of Edward PlaM and DlnklMPaadat 0..... 111 Blaearaa Tam,-Bird. t.,P N.tarao*,*Mlnlttar I '4iaIll00a.a
term, AFTER construction according eral frengv, argued that bill aobaok Ital .-., ....1_ Lnd.s
New rrontienmin who like Mr. Kennedy before it could started. this money are that a
get to the present schedule Waiablp' iarnaa IllOe ..!. >. worship Sartlg
the hosptial would not segregate so farreachlng must be given M. T. r, ItOO T '0 .. Bible stair
lived in Virginia and commuted to workIn Politics sometimes taken a devloui route. or discriminate) (this VenIce is contracted. By what thorough study by his committee Bible say. Illl p. s.Ja, __...s.,. Wrtnaadatl: p. ,,10 p..... CboV RaWrWBuodar .

Washington only recently got himself Could It be that the President who hat Hospital has never done), scofflaw could candidates of and that the Rules Committee SEVENTH DAT ADVEN1ISTPoanw CALVAR' RU'OIUIJID: CNUaqOF
both in
nominated for a United Statei Senate no love lost for Bobby, encouraged him and pey the going wages in parties "participate" had acted as a ruthless Trail. H aiL aaat this area.This revising specifications and performance and tyrannical dictator in taking .... ria. NW ...... D.,
seat from Californii. to tale the plunge a* a nonresident in under a bonded contract the bill out of his hands.Congressman ._. base L Out* TINt .... has U. 5kae Pale
last factor is what disturbed Rarrloati lattrda, I.10 .... Tea School. 4| ....
| i
Som. Intriguing and titillating quettiorti New York with the idea he just might get some of the board memo for $1,500,000 Or is thisa Celler undoubtedly ..._ lar teaii tile Ta... a.aiHii.. Mantas Wanhlpt HiO a.Caw.eany .
to delay performanceuntil you ....
arite *i result of Mr. Kennedy's clobbered there and at the same time bers as it entailed paying over move 1965, possibly Involvingthe will recall is the VENICE-NOEOMI9 PRB8BTTER1AMCHURCB Brmailntl cede

entry into the senate race In New York, get the quietus on hit presidential aspirations additional building expense of county in a breach of same man who forced the Judiciary HlBtotart. 0..'" .A. Sew ST. APHAIU.'B ENOLEWOOD; : CmiRCBOP

the state he's been having to paw through ? $10,500. 01 to this the amount various over contractors. 17- agreement? and costly litigation civil right Committee bill without to vote on hearings the. 141.Tka Blatta 4645555s.u.r VfnlaiTatopaeaat .. ... Km, Maw PutorBndw Ooorte W. 0.-..

r 000 would be paid to employee without discussion, and Sehaalt Saroloaa*t4l Boadvl tWanhlp I til ..., MM (KM MLRolrdap
; living in Venice.I As a quick and respectable almost without a chance to Falfawablp. Ball I 11 .... Gardaa ..... Mu ..ot em.Cafwlaa

. ; A Light To Live By that can agree with anyone else recovery petition they to the might board well of commissioners filea read it, after it was handed to tuar UNITED CHURCH sloe MM OP CHRIST
we do not like federal regulations him by Attorney General Ken. SAINT MARKU EPISCOPAL CHURCH
i ( the
etc., but they are here evidencing RI.... at InmateTb CONGREGATIONALCHBIPnAIISVANOSLICAL
;1 hearsay "poll" they say led nedy. Ba Dar Daaii Pans*. Baatotonda AMP BiTORMnil.
Ills think of the United lustiest of them and we might a* well learn to Sanlaatlaaramant a.. a. Robon CkaW PkO,
to most powerful people
; customary live with them, and any rules them to their me-too manifesto But the House, which had a< Bolp 0-....... UlontwIJIUM .
: State a* a nation, and genealogically all. regarding hospitals cannot be ), specifying come precisebut supported Congressman Cel- I.10 a.m.Manual .. Mi. bald Lmpowflf kj W...
young
Per and *anMa. I a.Cbne.b yaw Oartm. t.araatloj Onu. I ua.
less than "material" modification ler's right to the civil
What our detractor cannot conceive too bad or so many in Florida bring kcal S .-..
'I' this it true. As a people, as American would not use these funds and *, so presented as to right bill to the floor without "0. Saadmooi. vltk ._ he .5
Is that have desire to rule. Auto CHUBCH or VEMIC
we no appear feasible and convinc committee consideration, was riBM SApTim -- W adm5 alas it4lAmK a.u "
I to but continue to ask for
r owing allegiance none ourselves more. Bkhard B. Llord.. PaatMuadat S.ada pat. .1_ 15
cr.tic governments must rule to live; they Moreover this money had ing.Leslie for once consistent it also ScboDl Ii4l .... L" m .ace at Cava and Mmmoid Wp
'i we are young. We declared our cannot govern because to govern I I. to been accepted earlier at a full Miller-who says he supported the right of the Worahlp 9-rrtea 11 too a.Talele5 .. R. Enltlil W* Shamrock IKVMHM .
Una, ISO ...
a.aE.wlna Gale.
drafted the Aug. 14 "Joint consider the
House to legislative -
We board meeting and the decisionnot see
:
188 won a.
Independence year ago. carry out the wishes of the citizenry and to accept was made priorto statement"-evidently did feel apportionment bill without W........ Pa .Mail, .. 0,50 taw tiff CHRISTIAN' CHURCH

It after seven bitter year of war 181 I It few citizens of any nation want domination the past meeting where it the need of a quick protective consideration by the Celler SOUTH VENICE BAPTUtl MISSION DtMtpta. of OkrlattMaaonla
sequel; witness his next-day committee. .rn. ,. Old Eimlmoil R4. Ttnplo Cart Paw A_
year ago. But what we forget I I. that and political ..Iavary.Th. was presented for discussion B ...
proposal (Sarasota Herald-Tri Th. R.r. Arthur It SplUwWonhlp Put neII.' her
a* we are, we are nevertheless the detractions which surround us must A number of members, some The scene then shifted to the BrnHe .... .'. Wonhlp., U *"
young buns August 15) to move the .,....
of whom have been further that Banter School ads ... S ndar .. ads am
I oldest major republic on earth. We have not obscure (fn our mind the means of donors were generous construction across Fletcher Senate for proof ---=--
the difference
opposed to it does Indeed make a
mere experience at community government preserving what our forefather gainedfor board's decision, which had Avenue But now he deigns to whose ox Is gored.

than any other nation save Switzer us nearly 200 yean ago. Those patriots the been meeting made and settled called before give the the back commissioners: "I am well a paton informed The Senate, as you will recall

land. It hat worked wonderfully well for lit a lamp that till burns brighter than order. They have was offered to of the soul searching received the House-pass

M. Even our Civil War resulted (In cementing any other and if we tend it well will sign this letter with me. to effort made by present county ed civil right bill and by vote the .J best recipe for folks
commissioners . I feel they by-passed its Judiciary Committee
I u* more firmly together, and inow continue to shed its warm and kindly light VeniceTo Mrs Marjorie H. Hamilton did the best they could." These and put the bill on the newly moved to

181 year we hive grown from a long after the cold flame or despotismhas include his own party's Incumbents calendar for Immediate con

1 mall, barely Independent nation Into the burned itself out. whom, last April and sideration. This, the liberal
The Editor: May (when they were duly block argued, was a perfectlyall Venice

On Thursday, Sept. 10, first processing the present courthouse right procedure.But .

. I Where Your Tax Goes thing in the morning, the Boardof decision), he maligned when the Houseapproved Tab
I L Money County Commissioners will from the courthouse to South Tuck bill on the legislative I add hostess ont phone with call baskets(or coupon of gifts below and),
once again conduct a public County and back again a* a subject reachedthe
hearing on the courthouse "secret government and 'a apportionment Information about the city, stir In genii-
Congressman Abel of Ohio has looked These studies are of specialized value. bonded construction program, "dangerous clique" deservingonly We Senate the what liberal did bloc-who we see? ins hospitality, and Null diva a fenerous -

Into some of the more unusual federal But it t II difficult to tee how they are which includes the South Coun repudiation at the polls- thought saw it appropriate to bypass and delightful welcome. Just

appropriations of our tax money. As recanted the responsibility of the federal govern ty facilities If the objector even though the Republican the Judiciary Committeeon phone
don't succeed this time the members were not running for
by the Associated Taxpayer of ment. They represent the tort of thing matter will undoubtedly be re-election bill-the insisting far-reaching that a civil far-reach.rights L

Idaho here few that is and should be undertaken universitiet closed and finished Mr. Miller Is little
are a : by plans, be- a Iate- log bill like the apportionmentmeasure M 1co
$15,200 for a study of society and foundation and the various private fore new commissioners take with both his 're-examination could not possibly be a igon
office In January, will go to and with his conviction that considered properly by 'he
I \ demography in ancient Babylonia research center contractors for bid and execu- "the area of the present court.house Senate until it first had been

,I $36,800 to look into the social behavior The amount involved, it will be argued, tion.Credit facilities I is the best place considered by the Judiciary PHONE tts-Mfl. ..

of are tmall. But a total of all the extracurricular for this new go-around for Sarasota city and coun Committee. Of course, what .a--.ww..w..a..as.w.w.a.g
ant .
is taken by our three ty. ." li
activities, to to speak, that the Repub- these people are hoping is that I WELCOME NEWCOMERSIUsi
t; $2,100 to 'look Into the behavior pat. lican Commissioner candidates Any South Countlans readyto the issue will be blocked In I
I tern of barren-ground caribou. government now supports would reach 4) Messrs. Crissy Miller and appear and support our committee Just as it would this coupon to let us know you're here

I II : mighty Impressive figure. Economical government Wright, who Aug. 14 released "soul searching" commissioner have been blocked by Mr. Cellar I
II Ii i $20,600 to try to learn about communication be achieved if a Joint statement calling for"reexamlnatlon" (the bl-partlsan majority) in the House. fi jqrIltESe I
I can only every of the entire at the public hearing Sept. 10? ? Icm
1 If"y signals in birds nonessential expenditure I II eliminated county committed court decreed Haven Page As this Is written, the fate I

I $13,700 to study the social structureIn whether the sum involved be $10,000 or bonds-sold project. By Casey Key of the bill In the Senate has not It I
Madagascar. so doing, the Republicans fell been settled But I think n Pleas have tnt Welcome Wagon Hostess call on maO
$10 million and whether the I
involves
project the for safe to predict that Congresswill
into trap set them by I would like to subscribe to the
[ i ,li! $65,400 to examine the behavior and a power plant or the social behavior the Democrats and the "civic"and To The Editor: act In some manner this DI I already subscribe to the GONDOLIER I
i "downtown" Thank for answering my session to curb the SupremeCourt' GONDOLIER I
ecology of the wandering albatross. of ants! Sarasota you Fill
out and
m.illo Circulating
groups supporting the Democrat questions.I zealous grab to estab- coupon Dept, I
J candidates (with the exception can ten you a* one away itch some sort of Judicial dietatorshlp .
of Commissioner Hue from Venice, many thing I'd In our country.Marriages r.V.d. r a>VSawr..dpai.

. f1 !fl I Rough All Over ton who the already stands steadfastly funded plant behind ). like few to: read about. Here area -

'T As a practical proposal the e More on the schools. Pictures

II ," : Yes, the United State is in bad shape' find and harder to keep. In no other Republicans' statement is bizarre of the new schools and Show THIS CURIOUS WORLDTh.
new activities for the
and addressed any
won off than any other country In the country do people take so many holiday presumptuous improperly to the pub- school year. 'Continued Rise _b'D1Yceca v

< _. world. No other country h suffering political and work *o few hour to they will have lic instead of to the county e Lots more on the circus!

Ny ; and economic trouble because of time to spend the money that keeps piling board. As a political maneuver This is a marvelous way to JACKSONVILLE Marriage -
it is Venice Why don't we Increased
inept promote Florida
"me-too and out in
;l
}; ; j e surplus of food. No other country has up on them. In no other county It obesity, of step with the march of the hear more in the northern from 41.504 In 1062 to 43.120

:' traffic congestion because so many people caused by plenty of everything and high national Republican appeal snowing In 1963 or about S.9 per cent

I own automobile living one of the chief medical problem Let' look at the record (In final figures at the State Boardof
the files of the Clerk of the C Let' have some more of Health show
r In no other country doe everyone Yes, it Ii a sad situation.Graham Circuit Court): those great picture Charles Oliver H. Boorde, director

make to much money that help is hard to Texas, Scandal Sheet. 5 On 3-7-63, Senator Hender- Koch take of the Division of Public Health
son, then chairman-commis 1 Mr. Aumann's article on
: \: Statistics, said the upward Gvp'426'rwpl4c4s'c
{ ; sioner, executed the resolution old Venice are very Interest trend continued one which began '
providing for public hearing on ing. Pictures of old and new In 1993 and that "the fair
I \ Library Column the courthouse addition Venice would be great. &iA
pro
*
1 ly constant rate per 1,000 population HO
:
e Detail and picture of the
poohe iRMN
during the period show r rQlctclaAt6
. I'I 1 C\ On 4-9-63, the public hearing waterway through Venice and the rise can be attributed to

I 1 ' " was held and none of the the new highway the expanding population." R r a
11, < By B. LARZ NEWTON prospective commission 0 r s" I show the paper all around for D
: '; Editor FRIENDS' OF THE LIBRARY opposed the project. the block and one thing everyone Among those marrying

j : '. d Montaigne the from W/eness/ e On 5-7-43, the board resolved ) say 1 11 "What doe Venice the first time, grooms were
/
y itMichel ((1533-1595)), They relieve me reset to the preliminary look like? What make it Better generally three years older
approve
I"? '7 jrt French author, wet considered the /* me from company I oW/te/ end 'plan and to finance the construction ?' than brides. However divorced

.Ideal gentleman-scholar of the latter blunt' the edge of my griM, II it h by bond issue pursuant Even though I.rave about 'Its than grooms divorced were 4 brides% years and older widowed 4
.
I to statute and without beautiful homes, big treelinedstreets
Renaissance.Shakespeare. Me
f not too axlr.",.. nay ore comfort do grooms were almost 11 AND eVeMlie Am00MoPA
referendum. The candidates as pictures can so
p' :?:[ Bacon Emerson and Thack- and to/irWe/ or* my old/ 09*. Individuals, lodged no objections much more. years older than widowed BiuAtpdB

N'w among those who were influ- When / em orVocW by gloomy at that time. When you're away from Venice bride.
a On 10443, the board adopted you can appreciate Its Over 48 per cent of the brides
need by Montaigne, who remain to this thoughts' nothing Mot m* to rnucA its comprehensive resolution charm and beauty. marrying for the first time

i ;.., 4) favorite In England and America. 01 M* running to my toot They to be embodied In the petition One thing that truck me were teenagers while only 10.8 ALEXdiJD26ar3tdl

Fr.1' r oVci/y/ absorb m* ono* banish Me tor court Validation, providing . with amazement was the storyon per cent of the male* were In r .. .
motto on his seal was QUE SCAISE- that construction wouldbe a young lady from North this group Boorde siid. Lod .i .
dosed from mW They at-
.
.t dol I lknowl) my substantially in accordancewih Key. You wouldn't dare leave There were 22,090 divorces a ,1__. .r&4rl.
.
A ways receive/ m* with we/con/ the architects plans and your car out all night in the In 1963 the highest number t BYgMN1rM mAO.g tiwnatae
G' ., wrote his famous ESSAYS In the In the Public Library of V.nice Area specification filed with the north. Even locked up it wouldbe since 1948 when there were RrR= .,..

of' hit chateau where he loved tae beaks will always! receive you with wet, county clerk. The resolution gone the next day. 26,112. After October 1997. dace='tsar, veate Ir f rJwae'
e hi book, expressly: provided, moreover Mrs. Thorns peters Florida law wa* changed from ("w
among coma that it Approved by the court 1138 Borland Rd. 00 days to 6 month required MIoP .w.wi.w.. 1IMe '

boob !h*....lion this to. My; .. a. USE YOUR LIBRARY. ,it would, constitute COt"r-t' . Pittsburgh, Pit o' residence tar ,,111".... .' .f". .. 4 --
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,'t' 101IUn41111 I'| GONDOLIER, Venice, _R.. Monday"" ,. Aaguit 31, ; ,1 i .s


. 11: owl! -- Legal Two Enter Teen DORAL TO RAISE PURSE pro. were calling this--9 r..t IIt i ,
inr
been : _. WASHINGTON, D. C. (AP) Congressional course
toaYold frlrhleQ. 11IS8S,,1 IN IN AND T'COUNTY: FOR lAaABO'IUDGI'a COUNTY COURT Haven Contest -Johnny Dolan, managing director 1

a7.epu'* IN PROBATE1Daefuad. of the Doral Country
IN :iB. 1'1. 11:010.: III Club, report that next March's
- 'tery Aft1'lWR ,LAUD No.Lhi .- First two entries in the Miss HELP WANTEDICounter
.4CLAUD / Teen Haven contest have been Doral Open In Miami will bea

.. ..---- announced by contest coordinator $60,000 event and that DickBailey' Man and Counter T
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bob Knuckles Sports TV network will Girls. Apply In pel'lOD-Cbef. ,

CLASSIFIED Rentals TO ALL CXEDITORS AND OTHER The competition to select a televise the windup In color.I I 9 a.m. to 1:30: p.m.-I p.m. a'

I Help Wanted THI.PEOfONI ASAIV HAVING$ ESTATE CLAIMS, AGAINST typical teenage girl to repre Dolan attended the U. S. to 9 p.m. NO PHONE CALI4GYRO'S

RATES LARGE!: ROOM : Y, hirabr notiriat and rogulraiJ sent the airport youth center Open here and informed many
Ifl..n
and bath MAN :
Private in OVER 24, vacancy in to > claim. OF damnndi whlehrou / will the pros that Doral will not be I
highlight of
. home. reopening V
Venice fr hers
anlut Uia .Id ortata
/NO Rtt.. both lIturN.y dens Phone 488-3853. Ca r Charlotte Co. or Venice for "..1.. Poll.. Dnartmanl .In. 'lfl| offlM ol th. County Judta ot Teen Haven this weekend for toughened up such as the 2224 S. TraIl Tedet '
446 Chert. "
' .a Rawlelgh dealer Full time Auanit tl, 1104 Ban fMa Count*. Florida' In tha Comb .. monster., That's what the
the fall and winter .alOn.A .
ROOM Furnished Cottage on consider ambitious '"".. No M* 'I. th..*ld clt' ** v".. (41 aalandar month rmn ",. data of pancake and ;
$159 Donna Bay, Phone part-timer. Many now r.pldb. Uia pat' publication. of Uila _.... Each sausage supper
'. C88-3801. evening, earning $3 per hour and gS t No. lot No.' ol.'l. or demand muM: In wrltlna. In beginning at 4 p.m., will THIRTEENI! w
:
up. Bar bon lUplat Lou Wo. ... du'lkafai. and nuat tha plea of the
launch festivities
word minimum! See C. A. Roberta, 1221 14th Ba, Shora S.Uon Lore No. WHM -,. nrl,.neo and> port onioa addraM of Oil First 9'xir 12' xl2c, I
p lay. ((12 ) UNFURNISHED I bedroom. 2 St., Sarasota, or write Raw. 0-5.10 erbh.a4 and mint ba ..... to .br Uia dance of the season will follow 12' x IS1 |15' ? |IS* BILL PHILLIPSFORD
Wardi each ililiunt hli bla
6a atrnt or attornar.'
- Additional bath house; walking distance leigh, FA 1563 1170, Memphis, Ins_7d.io-11-u-u f bowna void looordlng to law.ort the Miss Teen Haven contest QuolHy Nylon/ end Acrilon/
to shopping cent'fI. Children TenD Bench Vlllan SuMlvblM, tote |. HELEN OOBRKCHT, The first two entries in the
. Room
.. Sired
.. Kugt.
.. CASH rttti, both Tim ay welcomed Vear' le..e at IT.II 420.1I.10.11.Let5..e.174a4M Adminlatmtrii.. of Uia Citato ofArthur contest are Susan Capasso 15, DEALER
snd Monday $110.00 per mo. 488-1158. WAITRESS WANTED. Phone -1'-1..1..1".11-1..0..111.21.. Cloud ('Claud.....11.CMW.I1. ././. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sal ROLL ENDS 50% OFF

o 4889963.WE I4-Jl.II-ao-tl..U-a.. . Bni.NmFKt, HAZEN 300 Shore Rd. Venice assorted colors
.. see-l-sJT.eo.a .. .. Capasso ,
.. $1.48 FURNISHED 1 ROOMS ......... ease IdaV Poww a Llfht Btilldlnt. IJ
and !: NEED toe '-..111-1 1-10-.0..1.1.. > ies[ Florida.a and Paulette Kay Lanlus, BRITTON'SVenice
Licensed
bath. Real
Yearly rat $aS. Menen. Es- e1444a4MNW0.14.s7 AID for N.Pdlrl.h. EitoU.i It, daughter of Mr. and Mrs f
r 112 word minimum) del Apta.. aJ7 Menendes St. Kathleen tate People. New class by MS-A ll-l-e 1444444.s.1p.11H0.11.1.tS.tl6..t7.4BWIOI1414TM4I404141 -/. Ant. 17, It, II, ...., T, 1H4. Paul Lanlus, Alba St., Venice. Shopping Center

- Additional Word. each Sa Ph. 4883012. Wilkinson to start r.
Thursday Sept. 10 at 262 South tOI-B- l4-T4-t-10-lMl.lt.14-ll.lt'
'IDa I 510. u.t.-.......-. .. lMt.ia-M-tt40.ll4l
.
Snbm. Trail. John
fir Agar ..a.co. r0 r .Y"4. y-.... I sa.ahrnl.hd, '. P"U7..... McLaury Real Es sot-0- 144a47t.10.lMI14.il.Lego1 GOOD BUYS U V I
:: TH Won r d0 01"- 0550. LOU JACOBS. .....11' tate. Phone 488-5551 or 4889698. 11..111-1..0011
... ... aA no-as rcD
lM aa* .MattlMiair eIM..M FURNISHED '11 -.. CHOICE LOT IN VENICE GARDENS .... .. . $IBoo S A ?

.. ad. NSW M r .. ,.."d-.a..sap.. '.0.k reasonable. Walk APARTMENTS to beach, PILOTS Otti444.14.0.10.1t.12.17.1a.n.Se5n 2-BEDROOM HOME ON WATER . .. .. .. .. $15,750 E

I.. p.1 Y -101' k..e.Sh4CLASSIFIED and shopping Call 488-3447. MALE OR FEMALE -1..10.11-1..1..1.. Furnished Room Apartment $65 Per Month, Yearly oLOW L

Evenings 4742569. needed for dally plane ( 11.18.10.101.. .
'MM i: tours n4-1.s4 e 1e.17-Is
- DISPLAY from Venice Air Base Must ..1.1'"e Flit Loa pr-as p...., Pad HAZEL I. CONN U

On. Edition, per Inch $3.00 TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by have 800 hours and Florida SIT-Lot 14-1. -U-17-18.1.- .P151.1.5.4.114.Fat REG. REAL ESTATE' BROKER C ; 1

.B Ally. loth Edition, per Inch $1.50 year. Completely furnished Real Estate License IMMEDIATE was Lot 17 A E
NktdN
A.u.to"><>tlc heat and air con. I TOP EARNINGS. .1. -'-11 rim" ltul Lot ....'.._1.. GALE O. DUNN, Associate 1

...... All el.ttf! d *di.psych?. In ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. 958-1187 collect for appointment Call m=1F1e.17.1H1 b.d4.44.14.0.1041 f:: ILoa TtmUml Trail PHONES R S ,

....... advanc..rapt ei'abllihedecounKb '' TeL Tampa 5884194.St.. close to stores 1'.1..18.10.11..1.11; ....1..1.. North of Alb. Rd. But. 488.3242 - - - - - -

. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office .11 ns-1440.14-.........IO.IJ.lI.II.14..U Nokomis Fla. Res. 488.5994
td4n I BEDROOM HOUSE, unfurnlshed. wants live-wire licensed real PI..Io.d Card... 1tl. I SEE FORYOURSELF

; CANCELLATION or Plenty room for chll- estate salesman. Reply J. C., 1.-111-11.1..1..1..1.1".11 PRICESON
UIIC1 ADJUSTMENT dren and pels. Phone 488-8781. Sox 746 Venice.Business Pln.I..d Garde.. &etl.a 1 '

,,4 Rtqtitrh for cancellation ..4 J BEDROOM HOUSE on the 144544.74.0515.24.554e41.al54so Berrott Approved Ruberold ApprovedLESTER AIL I h
.
Eta Gate T.rrae.D
a tdusfmnt[ It. .. u. of terNlcely furnished Personals - - -

error mint b. m.do for NPC. Phone 488.3881. RUBBER jH44t.TS410.lt.HI4B. ... . GENERALELECTRIC '
B 63 THUNDERBIRD
.+...wAN STAMPS made to or. - '-- -
Tlnrsday 6ondollor BEFORE dJHlTt 'Gum"
der. Overnight service. Of 1 11.1'.1..1..01101..13..116.11,110 tTt . .
I pin on Monday. For Mon- Misc. For Sale lice, personal pocket or stock P -2-81-11-JI '\: $3295.
diy Gondolier BEFORE!! I 4381432. O -I.(4-444-74 .IJ .IS' $[ I t "QNotl '63 PLYMOUTH Wagon
....
NECCHI ELNA H -Co md.l 1 Tndt CENTRAL
iTiurtday. portable sewing .... '
- pat on 5 >t ti. iDUTHetlen of Ih. N linoof ." .
machine; power tools, H-tiBS-HK and Ih. B R/W of ,... $1695
.. PHONE Jointer and table saw. Phone CREDIT CARD 1 100' R/W of Mi Tunhml' Tr., th.iMran '
4881185. S on. uid. K R/W o.. ICO'I the.2a0ste'.th..etaN1505'sN..* DAVIS ROOFING CO. HEATINGAND 63 CHEVY 4 door
FORGERY INSURANCE
II 48M125 Anal, Tb.... pun. W 10' .|OBvnnnltwr ,. Earle L. Kilton John 0, BeunettCompl.te $1795.
STANDARD TUB ENCLOSURE Protect your liability due to I laid eon Lae 10 the POD. '
Contractor
--- Installed complete, I lost or stolen credit cards. Ioto I I..bn.... found o.Lfr to th.I be In tho as sbo 0.f.,. lord Iftd. Roofing '63 RAMBLER 4 door'

$29.90. Also porch enclosures $10000 coverage $28 three nnrllUoB. .nd or d.nt....iM SPRAY COATINGOn AIRCONDITIONING '
Lots For'Salewars estimated free. S&H years. For full particulars vubllg holtli and Ml t, awe Van, $1595.
Stamps. W M forth In Ordin.nc. No. '4" Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roofs '
;- All Brand Co., 488-1824, 1724 stop in or call JOHN C. bHOCKEY Nokomis Fla. Ph. 488.5913 62 RAMBLER Wagon
S. Trail. Chi.of Polio
MKIDINCI LOTS EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCY Publtehl Annul 11, 1(44.Il $1095.
TKN1CI" BUSINESS SITU T.
MOD OWNS!. LOU JACOB, 4U-IUT 10 H.P. JOHNSON Motor $80, EQUIPMENT '62 VOLKSWAGEN

IaJI, ELK INLET SaaveOed Gold brocaded lounge chair, 118 W. Venice Ave 488.2289! THE COUNTY JUDGES!! COURT I PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME r
.0B.M prtrit Ottoman, foam cushions, $45. IN AND FOB SARASOTA COUNTY. 1 CALL TODAY $1195.
n boat banns E. L. R ton, Phone 4884461. I I:: "'.l->um.' -'w. .DD aVDA"b' Before you decide see our '
Bajnhore Drrre. Nokomls. Dressmaking I alterations, draperies : IN VINCENT ii"j": FArr i.of HUNEKB, MODELS IN FOR ESTIMATES 61 COMET I

,a2'Y 2-WHEEL TRAILER, 6 ft. etc. reasonable 481-1130 CMOUMd. No. T76I $1095.
VENICE EAST
, Good. $40: 8-Inch bench saw, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
..,. Real Estate like -- TO ALL CREDITORS AND OTHER '61 FORD 2 door
new, Complete $75; Small PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS 6 miles South of' Veniceon : cm '
SHEPARD :
paint spray outfit, like new, AGAINST TBK: ABOVE ESTATE lOW' TERM$:. $895.
MUST DO SOMETHINGFor .. Complete $40. Phone 488-4538. Yon n Iwnbr" notified and Ngulndto the T.mieml) Tr. (US. 41.i
..
flta .Iolr. d.m.nds '
I any or hlcbroo
FORD door
59 2
sate of rent, completely USED LUMBER CO. mar hn u>ln.t Un ..ld ..UM In BUILDERS OF $ MEDALLION HOMES
, furnished WINDOW SASH, screens UM offlc. of th. County Judn of BanMte .
- Apt 102 Town 1003 N. Blvd. $695.
and shutter Double-hun Washington Uxintj: riorldi. In Uu CourtoouMM
" HMM, Venice Avt, Venice, sash and Sarasota Iiar_ Florldfc vllhln. >lx .11) ...- elA71M. '
FIt Phone Sarasota 9246239.IIU one plate picture win. ndiir month from tht dnU of th. tint 60 FORD Wagon
dow. C88- 430.I can nnblleatlon of thin .241.. .Ji .Ia.l
Boufalnvlllet. Saraaota LIKE NEW ELLIOTT PAULfor ant ttaitft Hint mint itatn Os In U>.wrltlnt.plea of In dmiUcat roildenot 6 COO".. $695. P s ,
200 Westinghouse and pout offlM addram. of tb. claim, N't
FT.
FRONTAGE on Laurel I Roaster ..... ; CTr lY.
Includes utensils ant and amt b* > to by tho claimant .
Road :It 309 ft. deep. W. t of DRIVERS ,
and wheeled lOOP Its Yaw or bfa ears or It will JUST
4!, $3,900 cuh. R. T. Graham stand $15. Ph. TRUSSES ......... void acoordlnt to 10... Clabnforma 744 VENICE AVE E. ;
46.2493. .
(, Alum. Windows & Doors. nay be obtalnad at tho Countyfudm'o COMP N.
Rout
1. Box 72, Osierficld Ga, MO-Ped Motorcycle Good tires Contract Roofing S Painting Saraiou.E8TELLB oflloa M f>a CourlhouM In PdCa7n'yi4a1 PH. 488.5359 '56 PLYMOUTH I

FOR LEASE Phone 488.2132 Venice M. RTJNEKE.E : "
OR SALE, 2 bedroom and running condition. Only $99.
CBS furnished: $1=.00 $75. 4881231. eeutrlx I or Dais th., EaUto, daccaiad.BOONE ofVlnoral P. O. Bon 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice FlorIda ,
56 FORD
I
month Sorrento Shore, Phone TYPEWRITERS and Adding HAZEN 18PHORDING '
48W700. FUEL OIL TANKS, stands.Fuel florid. Powar Light Bnlldln.
Machines
( $275.TRUCKS
mechanically .
operated Vanloo.' PlaldaAlt
oil deliveries. S&H ) ChemicallY cleaned ,,._ for th. bocutrl&. t r'7
I BEDROOM HOUSE In Vn- Green Stamps.. Standard Heat- like new. Just f 12.SO plus partsif PubU.b Aos. 14. II, Bat 1, It, 10e4
Ice. Close to action! stores. tag Service. Across from fl if required. All makes Venice NOW OPEN IN NOKOMIS!

pa paved street. Large shad station. 488-4052.. Stationer. 211 W. Venice Ave u
IN TUB COURT OP THE COUNTY ON BEAUTIFUL NEW 4-LANED
tree. /
488-0113
Rent $75 monthly. Sale- JUDGE IN AND FOR SARASOTA
low down APACHE I COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE: t
payment. Phone 488- b'
1231. World's beat built, best sell. Lost In rat GEORGE E.tato of W. WIARD. U.s. 41 on DONNA BAY '63 CHEVY Pick-Up

log camper trailer. Special Daraaaed Prob.U No. T7C4.
PRIVATE PARTY demonstrator sale now goingon. LOST RED BOOK titled; NOTICE OF" ENTRY OF ORDER OF $1295. i ''4

I or 4 bedroom home want West late Little money down and "Oil Well Supply Hand- ADMINISTRATION UNNECESSARY '61 THAMES Van ., ,"
All Mmona bnvlnf tUiuni or demanda G & L SERVICEFEATURING
ar Trait Have 2 Bedroom, 2 low bank payr '"It.. book. Phone 4884408. ..1.., tt. .tar of GEORGE W. $695. '
.._. '
bath CAMPER'S WORLD, WIARD, tilt above namad d. arolanby ,.
on Harbor Drive to trade SOLITAIRE!: EMERALD KING notlfltd that aa 0.... of Ado '
a. 100 N. Washington Blvd. 58 V-W Pick-Up :'If '
Box tot. Venice Fla. and diamond nlntotratloa Unnccenarr baa Ion an.arad l,
(Opp. Mass Bro.) wedding ringon br tba Hon.. JOHN T. GRAHAM. a .
MUST DO SOMETHING Sarasota Nokomis Beach off pavilion County Judral that .... tola! aaab. .... $450. :.J.
of aald rrod..rta oa Mt forth anddaUrmlnad
Reward. Contact The Gondolier '
Tot ute or rent 203 I In aald ads to (1,47114. 59 JEEP Wagon
Apt. .
Newaoaoer . ...... .
The Esplanade. Co. 'and that tho nanu and of thonanon "
Draperies TrI-County Equipment to whom said aatata haa .ban 4 wheel drive ,
fumhhed Will rent fumi*. a.lnad b, aach ordar hi SADIE MA. r i" ;, /
W or unfurnished or sell BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. Used Trucks RIB.WIARD.rr4daBRA5W5LL Rt. 1. Box .8. Enflowood. $695.

make ui an otter. Phone Sar. 955-5705 SARASOTA'S INT. BROWN, AI l :.
,
Iota 824-6235. J11J Bougaln. This week specials on HARVESTER Dealer B? Jackion .B. BradrordOf "
lilies, Sarasota Counal.VmleaNokomla t' TaBill
Govern Lubrication Equip. Offers Day & Nite'SEnVICE' P. O Boi 147.Vwlta Bank Bulldlnc, tk ) rt

and PARTSOn Florida. .
Houses For Sale Wanted To Rent all&makes EQUIP.TRUCKS Pak ...... 17, 14. .1, Bopt. T. 1M4. PhillipsFORDi&" \tt'::

,
\ i'
VENICE GARDENS COME in and SEE & DRIVE I !\ '
Premium Gasolines
NOTICE!: OF INTENTION Regular and
WATERFRONT MOTHER and eight-year-old
$15,000.00.hover Any of our FULL LINE OF TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME! ff. ;:
I :2 tile baths son wish 2 Bedroom, Fur- NEW I. H. PRODUCTS Tha .....nJ.nod tool hanbr oartlfy MARATHON & QUAKER STATE OIL ._ : .< .
off Master bedroom.. nished or preferrably unfurnished From the Fabulous SCOUTto that aa la aonduetlnt WINDOW bual-. !!It.[.
Built-in stove and oven with house. Prefer near the Famous TRAVELALLand nan nt ITU Bo. TaIL Vanlca, Fla.. in. Come In & Get Acquainted g "Tht most affordable/ .
dar tha flttltlona I nama of ALL BRAND V.,1
matching refrigerator and beach. Call 488-8368 after 8. PICK UP'S & WINDOW la OPERATOR IOm.01 CO.the end followm that OPEN 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. FORDS in Florida/" I :';";.
aid firm :
ace In kitchen. LOADSTAR'S.WEST ......
eOned _OIl wh nonaa and at ran.idanao LARRY GARDNER HARVEY LOSEY
Female Help Wanted I
porch with button- COAST TRUCK nr aa fol5..lCal
WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENINGI S. Trail Venice Ph. 4884787 .
down a Sundbar. 1244 Wood St, ,
SALES & SERVICE INC.
Jhade* A. low M .. ...
$II 1150000 down plus closing LIVE-IN OR DAILY house- 3450 No. Washington Blvd. Ownarnhl. of AD Brand Window Operator
colt,. keeper. 2 children. Must be Sarasota COM Ie.. followaiCarl :

RON PRICE. $14,500 dependable honest. Call 488 35S-5197 359-7681 to O.my Sundban.Intantlon.. 100 to par apply oanl.It .to the. LARGER "
H 1018. Clark of tb. Clrault Court i. and for DISTINCTIVE
McGLYNNRealtor Sa...... County. Florida to ractotar tha
.g* Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 FASHION WIGS-B* a party LegalNOTICE laid area All Brand Window OI>ore..., :
i Co. ..dar tha. prorialoaa of ChnplacIO Real I Estate Corner I 11
8jOOM.U4ba hostess and earn credits to 6S. La... of Florida. Aott of 141.Wltnaaa tmJ'
screen UargutU.Alr ward a free human hair Sara- I wilt Ml be Mpontltito! fo. mt bored Uiln It day of Asa.trw .
porch 1M4.
ditioning !ht* deep u- Wig. ,. ' Church .......0..p...... CAlL a lUNDBERaFnK. I II
Beat t of water. 8. Vnlce Blvd. Sarasota: 9244060. ;. r.idl 't're:I MotoL An*. IT. .it...II. ..... ,. 1M4. ;

8ickneea. 48MM4 or 488. 630.Completely POSITION AVAILABLE for ,

BY D experienced secretary with WOLFER MOTORS Inc. l INTERESTEDlAir
RBT4E .
,
fur. ? Industrial! Conditioned
lllahed, I building firm. Shorthand, typing INTERESTED
bedroom CB. with RAMBLER DODGEMS
inCOme bookkeeping required.Call I Central Water and
Priced efficiency ipartrnentwaaonably. 488-1350 for appointment. S.; Tamiaml Trail 488-3965-488-6160 100' X 200' ON R.R. Sanitary Sewer.

Must be SPECIALIST IN. H. N. Wlmme' > r $ Realtor
,leen to be appreciated< PhoneS SEABOARD AVE.KERMIT Screened Patio 2 Bedroom .

47"2308. < ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent I Bath Dwelling

Brett Repair. Lubricate Chault L Well For Garden and Yard

Woned BEDROOMS. I Bath air-con- I Front End Alignment Oil Change for Wetter. Union Telearepk I 541 Shamrock Blvd '

*'' C.B., House In VenCardeiu. i Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams Monday thru Friday to II| Saturday to I MICKLETHWAITREALTOR TOTAL PRICE $12.700

trek days Phone 48M7U I Wheel l Balancing Elwetrletil Rtpttn CLOSED SUNDAYS H.N.WIMMERSREALTOR
and
before I
Weekend. and p.m. SIT JUST Old CONTROL Enqln Overhaul Any Automate or Stand
atter'6. 4881770. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
801 I Ltqune Drive
.
i ; ** !! Radio Repairs and Tranllftl lora Repair
AH-Ntwf
,. With Hit 48W3MI
Usf.ahk.a 488-4621 221 W. Miami Ave.
.U.ko tMwe.
v.O".... 5 M,. tI............ Do... Alreondltlenlnq Repair and InitelUtien
W. LOll "'co... 1.4.1.1ArBRAC7TVE

;
!: S Bedroom I t .
"atfts.. Reasonable Easy GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION ALL OVER SOUTH COUNTY
hrlnl CITY OF VENICE
P. O. Boa M' V.pIca I.
'r 488tm.IC1U40Jm. LOTS AND LOTS OF LOTSI! '

NI 2 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and air conditfonln,. Water Front or Upland Sorrento Shore Venetian! ; a'h'

: Construction 4' Member Chamber of Commerce Completely furnished except one bedroom. Well landscaped. Gerdena-laurel-Nokomis-Venice Venice S.rd"-) fi; ', 1, ;

Card.1II.Corp. "Bucker.- Venice ,DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICi Close to Greet Methodist Church. Venice East South Venice. i

dueted Two bedroom... a Heating and, Air Conditioning SUPER SPECIAL TO BUILDERS I ltil.. ' ,
bsth beat
sir-con. i
and Price: $15,500 a Terms .I
Radio 8, tIl. root, f.r a g.Lot J. W. MOORE Heating 6 Air Conditioning Installation 6 LOTS IN EASTGATEr i ilk 1 A

drive, laved and. "*street)*& Concrete water, PLUMBING CO. Gas Ranges Wafer: "Heaters FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY

'fir. IU5O complete.: Oecw The Trail :;. Free Eitlmetet REALTOR WILLIAM P. TOOLS, Realtor I >
PancJ' '
10 day.. Other models RADIOIEQUIPPEDeT No Job Toe Big or Too Small Bruce Rene Cobb Aaod tee },* y
Joseph Swea
Thompson,
."191 I 251 W Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600 411-2649 > i j ,
-14'4. oa four loi.ph .M PHONE 488-4450 h. 263 S. Trail Yenlc. -1 ,PH. 418-2271 21* S. Tamtaml Tr. P a Bot 936 Phone _4M47JI 1 r



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ti 7TH' GONDOLIER, Venice, FT.. AugusT 31, 1954HY

Duck Season To


JI? i+ v _ _

Open A/oy./ 25


IN: TALLAHASSEE Florida other than mergansers may
::1 duck, goose and coot hunting net Include more of the follow-
:; season opens at sunrise Nov. I rtf species than: (a) two wood
I 25 and will run 40 consecutive I slicks; (b) two mallards; and
days through Jan: 3. Daily : (r) two canvasbacks or two
,II shooting hours will be sunriseto I ndhends or one of each. The
: sunset. p ssession limit on ducks other
II I i Under the final migratory than mergansers may not in-
hunting regulations frameworkJust clude more of the following
received from the U. S. slteclell; than: (a) two wood
Fish end Wildlife Service, daily d I'icks; (b) four mallards; and
bag limits for ducks will be ((0) two canvasbacks or two
I four, with a total possessionlimit idheads. or one of each.
of eight Dally bag for The limits on American, red-
Mtiy geese will be three, with a pos--'breasted, and hooded mergans
session of six Dally bag for e IS, In the aggregate of these
1 + coots will be 10, with a total r/ecles: are five daily and 10
k possession limit of 20.The hi possession, of which not
dally_bag limit on ducks tore i than one daily and two
III possession may be hooded
1\ Jerry Urankar mergansers
Duck hunters south of State ",
toad 50 will be allowed to have
y four Florida ducks in their --- 0ondolln. photo br Chirk. .|
..,- Class A WinnerInLVWGAEven total bag of four. Last year the HIGH POINT WINNERS at the EnglewoodBike ty Clubs Perry Walter, center Joined
-, (Gondoll photo .br: 'Chtrbi-Koch) Florida duck was classified Rodeo held last Saturday at Calhoun two in a tall, cool drink awarded by
MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPARTMENT of solution, as needed. A peak month may require alone with the mallard and Field were Darla Moore 11, and Tim Hoop, Dairy Mart. Perrj owns the bicycle 1..1-1
Sarasota County has been kept busy the 2,300 gallons of kerosene and 750 black( duck and hunters were 14. Each received a wristwatch and trophy which Tim scored his victory.
I \ past few weeks due to standing water from pounds of DDT. The above crew, one of restricted to two per day presented by the Rotary and Sheriff's Safe-
frequent rams. Phil Gemhard, right, checks three Is shown working at Perry and Broad -
ditch water for larvae and Homer Causey way Avenues, in Englewood. Wednesday's low net tourna-

W".. follows up with a spray of jet fuel or DDT ment by the, a Lake regular Venice weekly Women's event Tamiami Trail Road Of Enchantment I Isac

Golf Association at Lake Venice ,
Nine Deer Golf Club, was won by Jerry
[ Hunting
Day Urankar. She shot a'38 to (Continued from page 1) a few fishermen along the canal always thought of the Ever reach it best by turning south
I take both Class A and the field. ivan of autos from Tampa to It is said the wide canal glades as thousands of square on State Highway 27 to Home.
Second place in Class A wentto Miami, with stops at all the bounds in Bream, Bass aid miles of wavy saw grass, the stead and then southwest to the
11, Season Set In County Olive Amell with a 39V4 towns and cities along] the way Catfish, and by a special rulng knowledge that the western park entrance, where there are
Emma Manning was first In for welcoming speeches people can fish with a cane gateway as well as the south- fine overnight accommodj.
Class B with a 39tt and Leila Venice took the opening of pole without a fresh water ernmost part of the Evergladesare lions Short or long boat trip
''A TALLAHASSEE The r Johns, Brevard and Flagler Ito County. The action closing Hermanson was runnerup witha the Trail In Its stride. Although license. now mangrave swamps in- can be taken into the heart of
: will be no dove hunting Counties, Putnam County east these areas was taken at a 40. Ida Beake 41 was topsin the Trail was destined to be Two or three groups of Sem. terlaced with a veritable labyr. the Everglade with a ranger
I the first dove 'I I of the St Johns River Sumter regular meeting of the Game to it
phase Class C. Lucy Journeaycame of untold benefit to the city in mole Indians had built their inth of waterways, was quite a explain all.
Oct. S through Nov. 8 In County north of State Road 48 I and Fresh Water Fish Commission in second with a <<. later years by bringing thousands palm thatched "chl-kees' be. surprise.Our A trip over the Tamlaml
following areas: Volusia. and Alligator Point in Frank at Fort Lauderdale. of motorists side Trail Is still a pleasant experIence
through each the highway, enclosed with
ranger-guide took us out
According to A D. Aldrich, for tourists.
week, the officials of the BLE ileh' of leaves to the
IN SARASOTA t. Commission Director, other Summers screens palm bay and showed us how
Nursery Corporation were so busy We were especally pleased the dark
green with
mangroves Southernmost
action of the Commission points
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE established building the new City of Venice with the 40-mile row of green roots like grasping terra cotta In the
a nine-day deer season Bowling League that It received little more than plumed young Australian Pine fingers had In the past 25 United States is Ka Lae, or
in DeSoto Hardee Mana-
"
passing Interest. Trees that separated the highway years taken over the fresh water "South Cape, In Hawaii Located
tee and Sarasota Counties, Meets
CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vtnylt, opening Nov 14 and closing Wednesday I Twas a Trail'The from the canal from the Everglades at this point. on Hawaii, largest of the
Tamlaml Trail at that western edge! of Dade The several Islands that make
etc. MADE TO ORDER Hunters in The final pre-season meeting' County mangrove tree will grow up
burlap, parchment, Nov. 22. this four
time the 50th State Ka
little Lae lies
was comparatively
Some of
the wilderness of only In salt water but the oa
of the 12-team Summers Nursery as
AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service county section will be restricted I
Men' more than a "trail" comparedto that first Tamlaml Trail has fresh water table In the glades a parallel with Mexico City"B"60LF,
j to the use of shotguns and s Handicap Leaguewill .
slow trail dogs while deer be held Wednesday nightat today's road building standards disappeared but other attractions gradually lowered, the gulf
Also hundreds of lampshades In stock. All hunting The commission also '7:30: p,m. at Myakka Lanes with a highway in many have been added, that water rushed In and the man
places only 18 feet wide with make
shapes and met set a forty day waterfowl sea A representative captain or narrow wooden culverts and up for It grove trees grew up and kill ::
ed off the .
Birds View saw
We Mote Lamps Out of Vases Doff!... efc son with a four duck daily bag sponsor from each team is bridges on grass '
The birds still roost in the We
urged to attend. were able to see mangrove
.
LAMP REPAIR BRASS POLISHING limit. The waterfowl hunting The State Road Board widened
The schedule will pond cypress trees as the cars sprouts old
33-week a Just
a). I IMS S. Trail "/ block North of Sean get the Trail In 1947 from Sarasota year a _
whiz
i season starts at sunrise Nov. under way at 8:43: p.m., Wed- by at 65 miles per hour few inches above the ground
__ IN SARASOTA ______ 25 and closes at sunset Jan. 3. nesday, Sept. 9. I to Venice from 18 feet to anti a number of other Indian and then row after row of older TRY
feet three feet
24 by adding
on Villages SARASOTAGOLF
now grace the highway sprouts until they developedIn
h sea t a cos t o i 3380 OOD
; ;; where the colorful Indian a few years to full grown CLUB
The entire 20 miles between dolls be
can purchased and a trees.
the two cities were also re- ride taken on the alrboats The DAILY GREEN
eastern entrance to the
1 1't 1I surfaced. Fourlanln of that $3.00Ju
t stretch was completed last These alrboats are a clever Everglades, the most popular I FEES .
month I contraption made my mounting point for tourists, is at Fla. Off B..Ridge Rd.
Today Tamlaml Trail Is, a small airplane engine and mingo on the extreme southern South of SaraiotaNOTICE
with few exceptions a 40-foot propeller on the stern of a flat coast. Tourists on the Trail can ..
I or wider paved road'with wide bottom boat. They skim over
Carrier concrete bridges. The worst the grassy waters of the Everglades
spots are located between Fort at high speed.
A
Myers and Naples and those Then, too the tourist can
stretches of roads are expected turn off the Trail at State Road
to be widened and resurfacedsoon. 29 for four miles to the town of
Everglades on the Collier Riv-
Travel In The '90s er. which flows into Chocolos-
How well I remember our kee Bay In the heart of the L M. PROFFIT INSURANCE AGENCYwill
first the "Ten Thousand Island.."
trip over Trail in 1930
M1 Our old Chevrolet rebelled at This picturesque town Is also re-activate In the near future
going more than 50 miles an the western gateway to the
hour and there was compariively Everglades National 'Park. Up
little traffic on U.S. 41 until Dec 6, 1947 when President WATCH THIS PAPERfor
J In those days So in spite of Truman dedicated it, the
the narrow and sometimes park appeared on the maps as
wavy roadbed, we watched the "proposed Everglades National'ark' date and locationL
countryside with much Inter. and was not accessible
est as we passed the slashed to tourists
pine, palmetto and cabbage Now you can take a two-hour M. PROFFIT Agent
palms that covered the ground! trip along the mangrove lined
in many places between Tampaand Turner River under the supervision Laurel Fla.
Naples. of the Park Ranger
And then came that wonder. To those, like myself, who had
I land of plant and bird life
along the edge of Big Cypress
Swamp. The large trees had
7 aU been cut out by the lumber
fy hungry men of the early settlers -
1 after the Atlantic CoastLine @
!, Railway had given them
the needed transportation @
But the Trail was still lined
by clumps of small "Pond Cy.pres. -
> ." amid the sawgrasa prairies -
that Indicated the low @
spots where there was molsure -
even In times of drought.
This type of cypress never gets .
-S large enough to furnish marketable .
timber but It did furnish -
1 MODELS tree trunks on which hung
myriads of native orchids and "
the Epiphyte, an air plant that
;lki Htl many mistake for orchids
And the Pond Cypress did :','
provide branches in its heavy
tops for the nests of Americanand '

-F FI Snowy Egrets As we rode ;,: "SAVE"o'clock
__ its
long We spotted many other
tropical Florida birds such as
J >11 ";,> ( V>, > white and blue Herons standing "

I _- ..x'; ): : ,,1 muad the placidly on one leg along
h
u t.: < : canal; the big Wood Ibis a what time
member of the stork family .. Doesn't matter
with a wing/ spread of almost -
; i it is..if always time ; "

We're SELLING OUT to make room for the '65 models! late Florida gray, Coots, Swallow. ./ '

h. Tailed Kites and others to save. Open your :
many
{ Make us an offer! Limited number available.They've we were unable to recognize ..
No Alligators Sighted account here, and nowl!
S We looked In vain for alligators -

gotta go so choose yours now! Be cool tonight. . road not In realizing the canal they along are only the

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