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: September 3, 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: VID00230
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20, NO. 69'- '* PAGES aUMBtJtl taw ASSOCIATED usa VENICE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,.SEPTEMBER 3, 1964 MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS. ASSOCIATION PRICE $10 CENTS I 'I I I



CASPERSEN STRIP CLOSURE THREATENED I ,


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een Beach Beer Parties Under Probe 1 :;




I Aa investigation! into wild beer parties on Caapenea j

Beach charges involving against a teenagers year-old and divorcee young adult questioning has resulted of aotne Ia I } ''I=r I I I

renVie

I School Enrollment Up 300Plus1-1 1All. rowdy 30 The youths cor conduct:and turning a persists threat Inquiry,by the is owner to close the beach it ; I I ;1


being conducted by Jim Till- Constable Knuckles served ,
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Teen man Sarasota County Juvenile "
or the papers last; Friday and
Increase of 313 students through sixth grades at Englewood mentary with 832 pupils an run t close fourth with 47 Counselor: William Whitney Saturday on Mrs. Celli moth. ).

over last year Is anticipatedon Elementary. increase of 102 over the opening more pupils than last year. assistant. juvenile counselor er of two and ex.wife of a i
opening day next Tuesday Other public schools In the enrollment last year of Opening enrollment for the and South County Constable former' Venice policeman.She I
eenTitle Sept 8, in the five South south county area include 530 196445 fall term is expected! Jack Knuckles. Venice was released in $500 bail Ion ,

County public schools Nokomis Elementary, Venice Runner-up fat the opening\ to be approximately 340. Last Police Chief John Shockey one charge and on her own :}

U, contestant will viehe Total enrollment in all five Junior High and Venice High day sweepstakes will be Venice year's enrollment on opening! said his force is cooperatingfully recognizance on the other. t1

Miss Teen Haven title schools has been forecast at Schools High with 825, an increaseof day was 283Englewood. with the county officers I II Preliminary hearing was set '
grand reopening of the 2432 at the opening of the Epiphany Catholic School in 84 over last year'. S41. Elementary I but that it lacks jurisdiction for' 8 p.m. Friday before Jus-
!\ Airport youth center 194445 school term. Opening Venice opened its sixth year Third largest number of students because the beach is outside tlce of the Peace E. S. Ray. I

rt for the 198445 fall day enrollment last year in Monday with 184 students enrolled enrolled in South County Opening day enrollment at city limits mood. 'I

rater IY season.,, the five schools was 2.119. an increase of 19 over schools at the opening of Englewood Elementary this Warrants Issued The two warrants read :
contest to select a Expected increases in the last the Hew fall term will be 61S year is expected to be about Two warrants charging contributing identically: "That on Aug IS 'I

*c4 teenage girt to repress various schools range from yearVES Leads at Venice Junior High, up 48 202, excluding some 18 kind to the delinquencyof Judy Celli did then and there
r minor out
were sworn
youth center will more than 100 over last yearat Leading all five schools In from last year's 567 on opening -' ergarteners Last year s open against a Mra Judy Cell of 920 commit an act which did
ing enrollment at Englewood' cause or tend to cause a person .
r ijht the program which Venice Elementary to anticipated opening day enrollment day Cockrill St by Mrs. Walter
Kiln with a benefit pan- about 14 more in the first will be Venice El.. Nokomis Elementary win Elementary was 188 Hartshorn of Nokomis and under 18 :years of age

lids.md sausage flth' the lupper first teen and I ......... Robert Sanborn Sr, of Venice, I namely 17, to become(name a deleted delinquent) age:

said act being the purchase of
ol the Reason.
[tt,sir competing for the title DESPITE AUGUST DECLINE a certain amount of beer and 'I
the; furnishing of this) beer to
.d' : :
wrote; Kar Lenius t8.cbl.r ; a large group of teenagers 1 I
including said (name del.< ted : '
and Mrs
of Mr

(Venice R. Unius. 113 E, Alba Building Is Up For YearBuilding South sofa) County at Venice Caspersen,', Florida Beach Sara- '


isu Capssso. IS, daugh- r Names of minors involved \ ,
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wk
o( Mr and Mrs Sal ; noVo' : construction In the Building Inspector Guy E piled up in August 1963, a in such cases are not mads i' 1

HMO, 300 Shore Rd, Ven- I City of Venice slumped substantially 'I Curwood.The tremendous drop in an otherwise public> by juvenile court and ,

in August with only I August figures were, busy year therefore are not privileged

Hr I Davis and Mrs 15, daughter Harold : '; $71,773 in permits issued by $252,822 behind the $324,595 Only 16 Individual permitswere for' publication. '

issued the montha Closing Possible
during
TI, 1 10 Regal Rd., South K wCouncil
.
The of
possibility closingthe
very small number compared
.I ICI( f I
amnesty Harden 15, f ,dTr I with previous months beach as a result of the 0
beer parties
nighttime was ,
ighter of Mr. and Mrs .r BuildersAgree. On the bright side of the raised by Finn W. Caspersen l 'I

rmon Harden, Hudson picture however, the permitsfor of Venice brother of O W. '
id South! Venice the first eight months of
Caspersen' of Sarasota, owner ,
Utet Jeisup, 16, dough! 1964 totaled $1.861.465, almost :of the beach, .
tiXr, and Mrs U. ,Sup twice the $929,111 total issued "This is a privately-owned a

'100 The Esplanade, On Exams"A during _the same period of beach but we thought it only.. ,
Ck 1963In. proper to open it for all the
am Finn, 14, daughter of addition Lawrence E public to enjoy pending its )

end Mrs J. D. Farm, good thing for the city "grandfather clause" Rote, of St. Petersburg, announced development," Casp r s e n
fyrtle Ave., East Oate and a good thing for the In The full council with the last week that said f.t
w Tharp, 15, daughter of dustry" was the way Don exception of Mayor Brohard, ground would be broken Oct. "A lot of fine people do go
Men S. Tharp, 117 No. Heath described the city's who asked to be excused, was 1 for a new $300000 nursing to the beach every day and
II Ave. S, Venice. proposed ordinance for examining on hand for the meeting home on the east side of we would like for them to
roceedl from the pancake 1 building and specialty Builders and specialty contractors South Nokomis Avenue near continue to enjoy it. But if !'
sausage supper will belo contractors besides Heath included Venice Hospital and the Med. this kind of thing continues in

he finance construction' Said Heath, president of the Chet Mayer Paul Cockrill, Ical Center. we would have no choice but ..
new screened patio out. Venice Area Home Builders Jean Paul Cockrill Victor to close it"Caspersen J' "
$2 Million October
the airport youth center By said he
personal
Association "W. been Retty Jr., Wally PhillipsHarry ,
*| will be from 4 p.m. to If these plans materialize ly Inspected the beach earlier I
fighting for a licensing law in Drehouse H a r 1. y
"in* :,C1r" ". : ", .., ... this town for many years." Whiteaker and Henry Baukat the total by the end of September in the week and found spots \ '
Miss Teen Haven com ..--,,;;... These Heathas should be well over littered with been cans, beer .'
lion will get underway at (Gondoltor photo br Darn Mtttox) comments by The question of whether the $2.million mark, a recordfor bottles and garbage. ;,
for Venice
Opm. Winner and runner- spokesman the separate bonds are requiredby Venice. Caspersen Beach runs 9.000 a''
ill t b FAIR HE HOPES Uncle Benny" Williamson left yesterday on the area builders group were the city and county was
>e awarded more thanK GOING TO THE An analysis of the August, feet along the Gulf and has I .
K ia mile to the World's Fair aboard his flatbottom rowboat witha made at an Informal work referred to City Attorney M. .
of
donated by area next leg of his 4,500 voyage reveals that only been described one the {
1964
| business
left Arkadelphia, Ark., June 17 and has the middle of October as the target and the builders Tuesday af Braswell will be askedto one permit for a left In Florida. It la reached
is.uedn $11,
via the inland waterway Uncle Benny says he averages 10 temoon In the City Hall determine whether one building was built
date for reaching New York via a concrete bridge by
t Gate Road' to 100 miles a day, depending on whether he's going upstream or downstream The meeting was called by bond posted in the county 000 office, Inc.building for VeniceFarms Caspersen who also maintainsa "I I'i

Council President E. S. (Bill) would be sufficient as Is the mile-long shell road on it t
Four for residenceswere I J
permits
Raymond, himself a building eDit In Hillsborough County with parking spaces at Inter. ,
Stand contractor, to discuss a proposed William Toole, local insur- Issued totaling $ 3.000 vale. all without charge to the ,:
ork Completed I Miller Explains ordinance setting up and 11 permits for alterationsand public, I 'I' ,
examinations for the licensing (Continued on page S) additions totaling $7,773 Tillman and Whitney said ,

of building and specialty contractors their investigation! among '[
.
Iid.1ItI of East Gate in the city of Venice h" so other things, had turned up
wvinon, Colonial Manor Similar To County Plan ,,, .q., r ,. nf statements concerning an automobile t '
Wthome park and the ruIltll On Gantt Road ProjectLeslie The proposed ordinance was 7 accident on Casper. I h

east of Venice now drawn up about a year ago f,,Fp' r E"t'' ten Beach the night of Aug, 'd'} "
I brand new road into at the urging of the local 15 which were at variancawith
"* for the first time in is only available in the remote outstanding example of builders group. It is patterned accounts orfgln.llYliven 1
of
Casey
Miller ..
,without any detours or C. South County pit leasad waste in the finishing of after the Sarasota County '{ M1r d to officers
Covers. Key, Republican candidatefor Commission by the county, and yet Iam this road. About 6000 ft. of regulations for reciprocity rge + psg They said that Instead of
Hint surfacing of the final the Sarasota County informed by private this road is now being covered between the city and the Mrs Celli being the driver
\- the north side of the Issued a statementtoday suppliers that the ingredients 33 to 36 ft. wide, and county as originally reported, thee I
1 wans parkway between, giving his stand on the presumed by the Pub- averaging 4 hhuIet: Several recommendations J.-sW ..* Ivjwriw" M a. t

Venice By.Way and the Gantt Road rebuilding pro lic Works Department to be with: shell marie, by the builders group for additions driver was reported to be an .
K)> Road (now East Ven- ject controversy withinethe necessary for good road five yard loads. 49 miles and changes In the 18.vesr-old Englewood youth. I '

Avenue extension) has ter of material are easily available round trip at an approximate proposed ordinance were discussed Tillman issued the follow.

'Completed and is now commission; in numerous locations., cost to the taxpayersof during the,work session Ing statement yesterday on
1 for traffic, Miller's statement: as separate materials, that $22 to $26 per load. which lasted nearly two the results of his investigation :
"tag of that section of After reading this morn can be easily combined to Including a production hours: thus far:

It Venice Avenue: has been ing. account in the Herald. form the required mixturesfor cost of the shell loaded on One of these Involved the On Aug 25, 1964, the Sarasota

"epowner I by ,dual city- Tribune regarding rebuilding this road work, and ata the trucks at South Countypit makeup of,, the examining County Juvenile Court
Hard Road which lies of something like $7.50
D aur- Gantt vastly lower Ultimate cost board and requirements for launched an Investigationinto
"I of the city-cwned por- between Proctor and Clark FROM private auppliers per load This additionalcost alleged teenage beer
n'- the south side I. it is necessaryto and is in view of the fact serving on It. It finally was I
Meted was Road, I feel Delivered when, as, agreed the ordinance should parties held at Caspersen's
last of the statements that the Public Works Department I
spring after some
clarify how required. y Beach in Venice and a lake
require either five
Idrabl Uitation from made in this article. Road is having to re. a or seven -
; In the Gantt prolect in the South Venice ara.
-man board with
Venice Area Homebuild My name was mentionedIn I have zeroed in on an (Continued en page t) the contractors a majorityof ; The investigation, conduct
M'n. serving on
to complete the job the vein that I startedthe E. W'hl'0.
it q1 ed by Mr. William :
being residents of the
Wmised! by the of this city
city while investigation counaelor-:
assistant }
ney, 1
|W Parade of Homes for political reason TodayOn and having held city licenses Juvenile
project Tom Adams Speaks for at least three :years Sarasota County I
Yemprogress .. Court Constable Jack: '
county pore I have Questioned for over Staggered Terms Knuckles, Officers George
ot The
the ireadv blacktopped Works Department ReviseSecretary will be an ex-officio memberof '
the Public Constitutional the Venice Police Department ,I v
c"rying the bulk of boih using'the shell pit so the board under the pro has to date revealed
r"" sod west bound traffic, remote from the rest of posed ordinance and members of t '
far Adams' address laach.duled approximately 30 name
of State Tom Adams would
rL1 both serve from two to
aide, newly County. '
Sarasota .' in the Com- adults and teenagers rang.
+
for 10:45 a m
urraced the
; trans- speaks here today on four years with only a minority
motorists travel, In many instances Room of First Federal Ing In ages from 23 to 12
east and shell amendments to the State munity leaving the board at the
West no longer portatlon costs of this 13 attending drinking! parties ( d
ly. & Loan Assn
to ?change from one aide :ire so great that the reasonableness Constitution to be voted uponIn Savings VanOrsdale, South same timeGeneral at the above-mentioned Iocs ; i h
't7 other to remain on a of using the the November election Ray chairmanfor contractor) exams '!; d't tiona on July 29, Aug 8, j ,
road. shell from this South County County campaign mould be set up In three categories .and Au,. 15. j
K" group. ,which t shell pit seemed almost;; Adams, said all persoN!I with the_ Class A 11- ',gr"a'r''' Sworn statements taken 1 } r
Office
1J lit happier.with the unbelievable I can name. 'K-T High interested in the amendmentsand ,,,I cense fee set at $73, Class Bat 1 : from those In attendance ) i
eomple\ed :are the past : especially representatlveiof $30 and Class C at $25 revealed I "
den Paving, I ,m.ny' trips over Goes CroftsJohn and service organiaatons per at the parties have t
to.cu"ently have with five yard loads'ofJhellmvolvinft40W50inne To civic : year proposed fees for specialty that on all three occasions h ,' '
iutnfno
"ctlon at East O.te.WEATHER long round trips, at an Crofts Sr. of Bayshore Adams at considerable length furnished by adults and on t' i)
'mated cost of ,as' much as Drive, Nokomis. was elected A group of Democratic: but no decision was reached. at least one occasion, Aug. i I ,k
35 cents per mile for the Deputy Grand Muter of women headed by Mrs Paul Contractors already holding w 8 the Sarasota County { I ,
High trucking alone Grand Encampment of Taylor and Mrs George I city I occupational licenses Sheriffs Department had y' ''v ipo ,I
un 2S Low Rain I have protested these. Knights Templar of the United Gibbs Jr., will serve coffee. Then the ordinance Is passedwill ( M4oliOT slate t* DmM\ UM) knowledge of this, but fall- '

,,UQ, 27 89 94 74 74 ;00 long hauls time and again States and the World at Adams is unopposed in hii, be protected under a RELUCTANTLY RELINQUISHING her place In the sun (Continued e* page S) t y I ? Y

DQ: 28 M .00 and have been told the shellSheaffer's the national encampment Friday bid for re-election at Venice Beach, Miss Cathy Cordova is enjoying her last
78 '.00
UQ' 28 91 in Philadelphia. 'Smoked few here t before departing Saturday with her parents, W-D Brand Whole or Cut-up
Swift' Premium days
80
DO J? 90 00 Great He will hold the office for .1 I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Cordova, for their home inScartdale Fryers, S3 cents a pound at '
00: '75 03 three Mr and Mrs I Big 'Back to School" sail Hams, 49 cents a pound plus Chek ta Rlalts Shop '
I "WIn.rau"1 years school\ senior this Kwik l//
E'T! 1 93 73 00 $100 for 100 Crofts returned from Phila on at Beall in Venice Shopping ., 100 S&H stamps, at Publix ir N. Y. Cathy will be a high pin Center. !r d I ; 111 tj
''tOTAL 90 75 ,:.00 Dick & Meadows I i della Tuesday Center Venice Shopginf: Center i >
FoR AUGUST "12 on W. Venice A I'1 j t it ,,4 1..



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GONDOLIER, Venice FU. Thur, Sept 3, 196-4 r

EXPERIENCED MECHANICS_ (- Beer PartiesI ObituariesJAMES I DAVIS VINYL\ CRETE


E Member Chamber of Commerce (Continued from page 1) his duty and fulfill his legal DUNBAR CASS area from Wlnslead Conn In your ,Iadlnee; or commercial/ 6uildiap
ed to take action. Accord. responsibility Is uncoveredIn James Dunbar Cass, 77, of 1958 He was born in London, o DURABLE VINYL CRETe COATING
ing to statements of wit. the course of such an'in Casey Key, former executive England
B&W Auto Repair nesses Deputy Sheriff Ed vcatlgatlon, this will be of Irving 'Trust Co. of New Funeral services were held EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS

r'' MODERN EQUIPMENT Galvin appeared on the .brought to the attention of; York City, died Aug. 25 aVenice yesterday at Rawles Funeral NO JOB TOO SMALL
1 scene of a beer party between the public. Horn Chapel with The Rev.
EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE 12 midnight and 1 a. Parents of children involved Mr; Cass Hospital was graduated! John L. Jones of Venice.Nokomla r/e offer Me same wfWocfo/Y service ot we did whit j,/.I
Iti ALIGNMENT & WHEEL m, at a lake in the South in these activities are from Yale University in 1909. Methodist Church of the roofing buunuil;

BALANCE Venice area, Aug 9, Inform. "".'ted to cooperate with the He was a WW I veteran, an ficiating. Burial Park.was In Saracote DAVIS OWNERP.
thlSheriff's Memorial
ITI ed the youngsters that LESTER
Sarasota County Juvenile member end former
ENGINE TUNE UP & Office had received honorary
OVERHAUL a disturbance complaintdue Court and other law enforcement officer of the Comedy Club HOWARD C. EDWARDS 0. Box 333, Nokomis*_ Ph. 4884'ye '
4 ? agencies in the i of New York City and a member -
to the excessive noise Howard Clyde Edwards, 55,
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
filing of and
proper charges of Delta Chi Fraternity
and he them 30
would give of 440 Edge wood Road, Venice
prosecution of adults who widow -
I r;, TRANSMISSION SERVICE l minutes In which to breakup Survivors Include his Gardens died Friday at
contribute to their children'sdelinquency.
Mrs. Helen McCloskeyCass
I' 629 E. Venice Ave Ph. 488-3502 their party and go Parents Venice Hospital
who a nephew, Wyllyi Cass
;
home According to wit. Mr. Edwards was a nativeof
Deputy Galvin show sufficient Interest In Illof Clark, N. J. and a niece,
I to this
I't ALL WORK GUARANTEED nesses. Baltimore and came
their children's welfare and Miss Katherine unbar Cassof
i confronted one youngster, four from
area years ago
.. ,. _.... ..... . _.__. who was In drunk. the welfare of other children Union, itf J; he
,\>.. :......;. .oA.,.. ...&.. '. > "' age 18. a Panama Canal Zone where
en condition and Informedthe by cooperating in this. The Rev Donis Dean Pat. had been emploved as a machinist
youngster that if he at. manner are to be applaud tenon tot St. Mark's Episcopal by the Navy He was
!1 rent from ECO J tempted to drive his car ed, as their interest is the Church officiated at fun. a member of Canal Zone "
a car NO-CAR L
home he would have to arrest Interest of the Juvenile coal services Sunday atp 1 Lodge 1414, BPOE.
him. It Is also stated Court and our common goal ,m. at Farley Funeral Home Survivors include his wid- t $:
; that Deputy Sheriff Calvin I. to Insure the children of Chapel. Graveside service ow, Mrs Maria Edwards; a VENICE "
I 225 W. MIAMI AVENUE
vie go so big! found another youngster, Sarasota County IIn opportunity were held at Wondlawn Cemetery daughter, Miss Virgie Ed-
see 17, In a drunken con. to grow up in morel New York City, wards; a eon, Rafael LJzardi;
dillon, who had fallen into decent and lawfully secure -- a sister Mrs. Naomi Land-
'cause we charge so little the lake and was soakingwet environment. MRS. FLORENCE GEORGEMrs. gren of Sewell. N. J.; his par.

IiI' 1 hiding In some bushes Florence M. George, cots Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Experienced Assistance
j and informed his friends to CONTRACTORS 84 of Shady Lawn Place, No- I Edwards of St. Petersburg;
Among the "SI, 4" In car rental, ECONO CAR Is First! t sober him and take him
In Savings! Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler.built up comia, died Monday at Venice and four grandchildren. -....
from car home Deputy Sheriff Calvin (Continued from 1)) Hospital. Services were held Mondayat
ai little H 399... page
Including and oil in
ance seat belts. CHI for Inquiry, pickup gas or delivery/ur-i then left and shortly once agent, said a change in Mrs. George -came here In Farley Funeral Home a Wide xper! ine ;' a* funeral dir ctw/ /,
I thereafter the party broke the present setup might require 1981 from Willoughby, Ohio Chapel with The Rev. Arlsto- give u* the ability end understanding to
I' IECONO CA up. Sheriff Ross E. Boyer an act'of the legisla. She wee a native of Cleve. demo Rodriguez of Catholic T'' trecognise and reWve tre
S OiQU I has been Informed by letter tire. He added, however, land She was member of Church of the Epiphany officlating. many probUi""*
past fey 1 1frequenS \ of this incident. that the bonds might be written First Christian Church of facing the family during bereavement,
Investigation into these differently in the city to Venice, VFW Auxiliary and -
.
ditch w'' drinking/ parties was Intensified reduce tho cost to eontracors. I American Legion Auxiliary;; HARRY. BROEIER
follows 399 bv Officer George she was a past-preildent of Harry H. Broeker of 610$
Kinder of the Venice Police Dames Malta of Cleveland! S. Tamiaml Trail died Mon-
Department when he received and Cootle-ette Post 2D28, also day at Venice Hospital
t ; ; a call while on duty of Cleveland!'
MILLER EXPLAINS Mr. Broeker was a native of *
G GULF U l F GARDEN AUTO CENTER In the early morning hoursof Survivors Include her husband Cleveland, Ohio, and cameto
Aug 18, to pick up Mrs. (Continued from page 1) William C. George Sr.; this area It years ago He i&m
Judy Celll. age 21, at her move from four to six feet two sons William C. George was a member of Sarasota Mb
!' /VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. 488-1096 father's home where she of soil( to get down to this J'r., of WiUoughbv and Richard Chapter, Veterans of Foreign I**:iiiiiii
[ had called the Venice Police precious material. After W. George of Erie, Pa.; Wars, and Pine Shores Presbyterian an
: I' ..-,._._,. I rlM __1II! 4" Department! to advise them which, the material has to a brother.' Howard Aldred of Church.
TALLAI ='- -' _ she had wrecked her car on be moved twice with a bet Nokomis, and a sister, Mrs Survivors include his .widow >
h'
will be no Caeoersen'a Beach When ter than t33000 new drag/ Grace Schmid of Cleveland. Mrs. Etta Broeker, anda 96 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOCD
the first Officer Kinder, Mrs. JudyCelli line to get It uo where it Funeral services will beheld son, Herbert H. Broeker of t.*
Oct a tIufollowinr I I and her brother David can then be londed with an tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Atlanta. A ,i ko 7fle4etiad
Martin, arrived at the scene 18,000 front-end loader into Rawles; Funeral Home Chan- Dr. Arnold B. Poole of Pine i? t act
of the accident, Officer the tnicks. All in all, my el 1 with The Rev. George M. Shores Presbyterian Church %
f Kinder called for a deouty estimate of $7.SO per load is Peery of First Christian will officiate at the funeral J' &tvfas
sheriff to Investigate Mrs. Church: of Venice officiating
RON in view of the operationalcost services today at 11 a.m. at
COC RILL I Cell! told Officer Kinder of almost $60.000 of Interment will be in Gulf'ines Wilson Funeral Home, Sara- FUNERAL HOME'
that she had been at the equipment, plus its depreciation Memorial Park. sota. Interment will be in T |
11TEJ beach and had overturnedher plus the salary of Sarasota Memorial Park.
car while attempting to LAWRENCE L. LOWE
BUILDERS E three operators. The F8
F : make a turn on the beach. Ford trucks used, cost 9.. Lawrence L. Lowe, 72, a ,
P : Officer Kinder questioned 000 each and are three to native of Sarasota County I
whether or not Mrs. Cell! four years old. Considering and a resident of Venice from ALLENConvalescent
was alone at the time of the
maintenance and repair, 1927.1942, died yesterday at I
accident due to and
a large gas, oil and tires, depreciation SarASota Hospital. I 1
ATTENTION number of footprints at the and driver's salary, Mr. Lowe 1 lived Myakka Nursing Horn
i scene and beer don I
I empty cans end
and fringe benefits, a 35 tate Park was
the 24 Hour Hlining; Strv'cePhone ;
j Jittering area. Approximately
cents per mile operational foreman of High Hat Ranch. I
hour after Officer
one cost over SVi years to 4 While in Venice he was a Venice 4SS-2702
,
Kinder reported the air PONCI DB LION *vs.
years time is a conservative hunting and fishing guide forDr. ,
accident to the Sarasota
-= figure that any operator of W R. North and H. Fen-
MR & MRS VENICE County Sheriff's Office 1 this type of equipment will ..nden Meserve.
Deputy Sheriff Edward' Gal
vin arrived to take over the agree on.I He was a member of Bee \\
))-
Investigation. An accident gather from the Herald Ridge Baptist Church. )
: tr: " mm report stating that Mrs. Tribune article,'that no authorization Survivors Include his widow,
:
I II of Gantt
the
Judy Celli! was driving when Mrs. Mary Awes Lowe; three PA,STOP
I Road project as a matterof sons, Floyd L: Richard and
the accident occurred TNATAeFULLANGUAGCi
Now is the was
time to fact had been issued All
later filed. Subsequent investigation W. Lecount Lowe, all of
in all it was just like Top. arasotx: a brother, Braxton HUSH',
bv Officer Kinder
-
r 't'F'II : _:. :-. revealed that Mrs. Judy I sy. It just grew And by the Lowe of Floral City: and two CUTOUT
I time it is finished, it is a
Celli was not driving the sisters, Mrs. A. E. Wilson ffoyette. iTWEEARL'r
I car and was, in fact, not foregone conclusion that this all Fla. and Mm. A. M.Ingo I MORNING
factors considered
cost
REMODELOR nt Venice By-Way. r C"'
even in the car at the timeof BUS
road will stand substantially Pv
the accident; but that the Services will be held Saturday ,
better than $18,000 of the
car was driven by Levoid at 2 p.m. at Bee Ridge ll i
"Chipper" Parks taxpayers money. Church. The Rev.
age 18, Japtlst
This 1 Is but one of the
ENLARGE of Englewood, occupied by that I feel all Mark Dobbs, pastor, and The !
two Juveniles ages 18 and many reasons Rev. J. B. Smith of Manatee .use ,uow+iw a.a
12, and occurred at the construction projects in Baptist Church of Bradenton 1 4
height of a beer party attended Sarasota County other than will officiate. Burial will be t
YOUR HOME maintenance'and re-
road
by a large numberof should be submittedto in Tatum Ridge Cemetery,
pair
teenagers. No charges Roberts ;Funeral Home of '
under
rp ": were filed In the accident.Mr. private operators Sarasota Is In charge of arrangements. -
F
Jj 'F. .E sealed bid who will have
.
William Whitney. the element of cost ..ndcompetition' -

I. I VIE/ WILL/ DO EVERYTHING Constable Officer Jack George Knucklesand Kinderare when bidding to for this consider typeof GEORGE H. MITCHELL tAdrMiwa.ntl' fro'o'

still In the process of work. George H. Mitchell, 82, of '

.... .. taking statements from Avenlda La Palma, Nokomis,
< satisfied many
.r "' '"' I am '
,
7-yr : .. those who attended these sources of supply of the died Sunday at Venice Hos- ITS THE LAW!
parties I and additional .
material will spring pital.A
YOU NEED "D'o NOTHINGBUT charges against adults who proper into being under these cir retired cabinetmaker, It Is unlawful for any Persona 1 1 '
participated and contributed cumstances. Mr. Mitchell came to this or' firm and employee thereof',

J CALL 438-1451 or 488.3845 to these activities may 10 tell, give, serve or permit
yet be filed. r served alcoholic bever.
10
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be
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ASK FOR "MR. REMODELING"Your Judge John T. Graham ,

has Sarasota directed County the staff Juvenile of the g AhQ f gUtteha CJJorr one agei years to'personi old. under twenty.. 1964 MODELS

:d. Court to investigate thoroughly Florida Stl. 526.11 (III I)

horn CAN be Improved. Let us give you every case of juvenile 265 Nokomis Are. Yenic. It Is unlawful for any person

a free estimate. We do it all-even financing. delinquency and dependency to misrepresent or militate. hit :
where adults have ar her for the of
age purpose /
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OFFICE: EAST GATE encouraged and participated inducing any licence to tell,

E. Venice Ave., Venice In such cases file ap :? _SJ serve or deliver any alcoholic

t. ::;: .._"ftt '7WIIIUaU propriate charges against beverages> to a person under iiliiIWt
the adults and press for 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 wenty-one years of. age. AAusT
SEE THE NEW prosecution. This has been Florid Sta.
562.112( )
the policy of Judge GrahamIn
I the and will continue Comment: This Statute can
I \ to past be in the future as TID BITS TO REMEMBER carry a punishment of sin a'I12

MODEL HOMES adult approval and encour months or a fine of. five hundred
Hungry minds ire easier to educate-There I Is a lot ol a 5. 'a"
agement of children to com- dollarsROBERT
mit delinquent acts will not difference between a "win-guy" and a wise man-Stopl!

: Y be tolerated In Sarasota Look beck over the hard climb, "Re t And Be Thankful" K.
: :1 IN! EAST GATE County. The more Idea a man has the fewer words he tale to

,, If negligence! on the part .prei them Frlendthip Is the only cement that will hold "Bob" Becker
ot any public official to do the world together There I Is always a right path.

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( Our Service; Art Available/ To All Regardless/ FOR

ef Financial Circu/nifance JUSTICE/ OF PEACEDEMOCRATIC

1 VOLKSWAGEN LlwitMd la Indiana Mil Florida

'In Funeral Business Since 1932 ,

1 j $1,595. DISTRICT No. 2 / '


f What's the catch? There charges of $40.56. There is one Sarasota County V TIAD. VINICIVAMVNT W 411441

I ;-:: ''-1' isn't any. $1,595 I is the suggest optional that nearly everyone (Paid political ad..)

':',.: ed price at the port of entry orders because it eliminates I tCENTER -

I II r t',! of any Volkswagen Sedan. the need for slip covers: the I

The price includes Federal matching leatherette upholst NOTICEPUBLIC

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

+'' built-in heater, defroster, windshield And that's it. Unless you 264 S. Trail, Venice Ph. 488-2198

i wiper and dual padded count the cost of gas and oil SPECIALI! HEARING

I sun visors. it tales you to get here in your Thursday Septenlber.l0th,10:00' A.M.. .

.sya What else do you have to present car. iV'A 9 X 12-501 NYLON RUGS at County Court House

4 pay? Only the transportation

LImited/ Quantify PURPOSETo


i7.. CUTLER MOTORS ORIGINALLY $74.95 Review New Court Completed House Set Addition of Plans For


?'' 307 N. Trail, Sarasota Ph. 955-0281
Signed:' Bd. of- Commissioners
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FOR INFORMATION SEE TRUMAN COBB IN VENICE NOW $49.95 Countyr C

401 I Villa Drive Sarasota County, Florida21IIe ,
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11 Fresents Media Awards- --- Andrews Leaves :- nil GONDOLIER. Venice, H*. Tnurs., Sept 3, 1764-J I

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Flit Civil Air Patrol cadets commander for cadets of the -
s of the Venice Composite Venice Composite Squadron, I I
For Eustis PostThe
SqUidron received promo. recently was promoted to
Certificates of Merit Group 14 director '
and for cadets i
i'ertVwsrded\,' to The GON. Local cadet staff members I kJ
noUER and other news designed certificate making!! Rev. C M Andrews I
, media at a recent awards him a lifelong cadet staff has resigned as pastor of the
/I night/ : cerema0Y member and presented it to Church of the Nazarene In
A life membershlo! on the him along with a gift of two South Venice to accept the
'rnice Squadron cadet staff new uniforms and first lieutenant pastorate of the Church of : i
1, was awarded to Lt. H insignia the Nazarene in Eustis, Fla.
41 u am, (Chuck) Place III, along Cadets who received Mr Andrews preached his
iith ,pcc'al' 1 commendation at the awards promotions farewell sermon Sunday night\

ind puce promotion tor her work to Mn as Marge IIniorInformation ceremony Packard included and C/lc C 2c night Walter Jeff- pulpit and will next take Sunday.over the Eustis /EAE.HIRlSLE BETTER SELECTIONS H i !

officer Trueman, the General 'Hap' I Mr and Mrs Andrews and I I SEALL'SYOUNG
Special permission was Arnold award; C/B Betty their four children came to GREATER VALUES
I ranted by Venice Hospital Taylor and C B Margaret I I Venice three years ago at the
u where Mrs Place is a patl- Taylor, the Curry award, request of a few families who !
ent for officers of Venice and C/2c Homer Wade, the were holding services in one i
Composite Squadron to make Wright Brothers award I of their homes. Land was purchased ; MEN'S SLACKS '
t
formal presentatoin of war. and while construction s
jant officer also was rank presented to her.with Certificalts press of coverage merit for were outstanding on the In first progress unit of the services churchwas avingi! SPECIAL VALUE \! t' .

She presented to Woody Thayer were held in the Florida Pines
I
of special
I certificate recog-work for Radio Station WAMR and Trailer Court auditorium. 3.99. "i
mtion for S her. DuPont publicity, Florida the St Petersburg Times and There has been a steady Increase ,
from Col to Sam Dillon for The GON In membership and attendance tJ '
commander for service 1 ,I Siies 28 to 36
Win, ;
DOLIER and additional build.
.shove." and beyond the call 01IIlty. Refreshments were served Ing for expansion Is anticipated f I l'/4-oi.' Cotton. They have , .:

1 former deputy by the in the near future. loops and are tapered f
place cadettes
I* I Hauht-Mkffcse(( -Urn) m f ,orj''jShiifs i
Robert' Andrews, the oldest BOYS a I
son, worked in th meat department
YOU CAN SAVE j
l 3 WAYSOn of the Kwik Chek W & W SLACKS "
: store here and has since
Auto Insurance married and moved to Nashville S Pepperell Fabric-6 to 16
I. NEW LOW RATES Tenn Maxine Andrews
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS the only daughter worked In WORLD FAMOUS 2.99
the office of Green's Fuel for
J. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT
SERVICEAGENCY a year after moving here and
then went to col'ere for a BERKSHIRESTOCKINGS MEN'S NEW BV.D.
year at Bethany, Okla For e
the past year she has workedin S TAPERED SLACKS
the law offices of Boone,
Hazen and Isphording as a 6 to 16 I 11 I lA-of.Tw.il.
116 W. Venice Avenue legal secretary Kenneth An. AUGUST 27 THRU SEPTEMBER 12 'u"' M
:!: drews the second son has attended r Cx I S;
Tf>lphon.: 4882289'SIMBOL' : high school here and Our big annual Berkshire Sale Is still going
I i I has been working in the officeof on. So come on In while we have your favorIte ,\\
Archie Brown surveyor colors In >your size.. Remember, these are \\it XL 13' I
Duane Andrews, the young. the stockings witn an International fashion \1
est son. has been attending!! flair. All with
Nyloc Run-Barriers at top and
in elementary the sixth; : school grade here this and year.is toe Look at the savlngsl! Choice All Short SleevesEntire t oz

All the children now at horn
will also be moving to Eustis Regular Price Sale Price S Pairs Stock t oChoose From
[ FOR RRCrSee ( with their parents. S135 11.09 13.19 _; fl.I Jeans
A farewell dinner was held $165 1.29 $3.79 $
Sunday for the pastor and his 2 For $3 $5 I
family' in the home of Mr I
and Mrs. Clyde Shattuck of $1199
Nokomis. Save 98c to 1.98 a Pair ,

The District superintendent NOT ODD LOTS FRESH COMPLETE STOCK Not the 10 to I I'/j' .ot. offered eltewher*, but
Or. John L. Knight has met
I,with the church and Sunday TAPERED FORM FITS Extra Heavy, Extra Well Made, 6 to 16.
Available Regulars Slime .
the vote was takenon

s I new morning a pastor new Soward pastor.arrives of Until the Sarasota Rev.the V1C 2 For $500 $7 $9 TWILL JEANS $199

larry 4 Good Colors . .
has been asked to fill the pulpit .. .....

each Sunday. Y h n t Same Big Savings

BANLONS i
,
KansasMissouriMeet ,r .
I With Pockets "
us for Insured Savings Accountsor W t

(for Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA PostponedNORTH 3.99 '
SHIRTS S I
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PORT CHARLOTTE
The next meetingof $899 Top quality. Many 1r e, J

the Kansas.Missouri Club colors. Never an f : ,
will be held Oct. 7 at the For BoysWho I
Charlotte Com iron. Men's S-oM.1. i i :
North Port
f?C[ DGG3ad[ [ ? [ munity Center BOY'S t ''
The September general) want better fabrics,
savings and loan association meeting was postponed but I No Pockets 4
officers held their regular smart styles and patterns
= m SOUTH Colt WIf : D Dn Ds
wn, e aw Y Wlfq e a lea Y NISYtor. w s -, meeting. They report plans 2.99
for an Interesting fall program CARNEGIES, JR. EXEC..
and a membershipdrive.
CHECKS, SOLIDS, r
SPECIAL PURCHASEOne
STRIPES. ::"

6toll Lr'I Time l


1.59,1.99 to 2.99 Offering2fcrS5 -1;


s Boy's, Shirt Buy . . 1.37


TAKE TO COLLEGE AND SAVE BY 5 New Styles 1 r
From 2.99 Line. 14 fU'W41\
I BUYING HERE. ,f. ..
,
Sizes 7 to 14. r

,'I Only 60. SO
"a FINEST BANLON \ 4 I
Once of many new Junior, ,k I HURRYI! t \
x 'etites, Misses added to our Cardigans \ b., lt Areas
racks this week. So good '
For school, college or stay 3.99See Best I

st home. I ;. Choice
SELLING SPREE ON CLASSICS! Hardtop, New Saylons f'ea
seda..and America's biage t..Uing sixcyWInderwagou ? 4 3 4 to 14FROCKS
.New performance V-8,too. Come! Look! Orlons In weights u'
n pt
for Air Conditioning. ? ; ,

HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE \ I t See Best In 2.19 I fly
FINAL CLEARANCE OF 64 RAMBLERS- ; to I

More In Your Size \ Bulkles a.
JJ'' 5.99 \ '\
YEAR'S BIGGEST SAVINGS RIGHT NOW! 5.9910 16.99 t Novelties 1 i


U V 5.99 to 15.99 Girl Blouses 1.99 to 3.99 '


Including extra Sill .,aY
Writ now! .Biggest taringi on the big ''' Skirls'199

election of Ambassadors, Classics and .:.:. In many styles. 1 Girl to 4.99

Anerieam_bardtopa,sedans, eon,ert. Complete Your We'll Show You More In Your Size. 3 to 14

Riles, 'lon.1 I Blouse WardrobeNEW More Styles' Don't Buy Until You LooU More Popular Than Ever-Practical-Smarf.: ,

These Ramble are going fast, be- LADIES'

"WN of the tremendous trades and yearend SELLING SPREE ON AMBASSADORS!The high , STYLES NOW IN. c Hi School s
c.
deals z Knits Are "It"Every
you am get right now.It' performance 327 eu.-fa.V-8.Never have so few Imports
the big reason mart buyera are dollars bought so much: luxury cut!
J ftoodin. Rambler dealers' ahowroom 99c Fall Wardrobe should have Cottons $
rhey re finding just the cars they want
In truly luxurious Ambassadors-smart M several Knit Suits and Dresses. There
and spacious Classics and the sporty ,04 Prestonsr have been tremendous advances in JUNIORS ,

American economy king that has. t 2002.99 construction of Fabrics and In Smart i
mashed every sales record. r, \ 5 to IS
Styling.
kind.In these Ramblers you can get all Ship n Shore MISSES : ,
of Sit and V-8 power choicesIismour w
I option galore-rock-solid 3.OOto5.0O Orlons-Wools 10 to 20
Rambler value throughout.,

Better Rambler on hurry an! Get your year-end family a deal.new Economy SELLING: SPREE King. Convertible ON AMERICANS-Compact,hardtops,_au.'MltleAlI 44 Skirtsti.99to5.99 7 DOUBLE KNITS THAT ARE FREE 149.4.49. if'a: ,:\

." ..e _amazing eselcatse to IIULUMCI ....g.Optional bucket,eonaol From Value Sags Prices,- Will Be Important. 5.99 \\' ,'.


Slims,, Pleats,,
.
60 SELLING SPREE IS NOW Novelties. IT PAYS TO SHOP I :i
WHERE THE BUYS ARE-THE YEAR-END 1 1099102499
Complete Outfits US FIRST! ,I i, !t,
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Practical Smart "J
WOLFER MOTORS INC. 1 'I..I,
I

915 S. Tamlami Trail Venice, Fla. Open Every Night Plenty of,Free Parking Venice Shopping CenterSAP ",l 1'ry1qyyy

'-... .telTOn rq.dw< Tonliht."ltmIna Ru.EyYipee g on!!CeS TYWednesdeygtnnrgs--- '( i r'II
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GONDOLIER Venice, Fie. Thurv, Sept. 3, 1954
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: PaasFetce'rs


Prime Hardwood Briquets .. ." ,

I j H7:; CharcoaI..79cb0g If
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,I\ Red or Yellow Delicious '
,
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: SI HawaIIan'I rc
1"':; ws
s Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling

f. j r F&P: Peaches 4 #
Ii. . Sara I Del Monte Pinpple-Gropefruit ,-?' 01
'
'\. '.treQuen ditches rOllowe put fec' .. \J : Fruit Drink . 4 46 c.-::' $1.SoftTop .

.
r Cans (limit 2 etni)

};;N' Schlitz Beer . Pock 99C .

fi. oftda D..p-Dish White
TALLAI
t followingPaper Plates S? 59C t Planter' Silted CocktailPeanuts

-:):ieolemon Reconstituted . 3 Ir,: $1.Rcfrtih 1 .
'ti,
Lemon Juice 24 o 49c with Lipfoe'eBags
{ hot.reg.: Tea . :po'57
r AII-Purp (doconter pock)

t kMapkhs; . . .. lOc A : i Wesson Oil 4:,:: 59
Famous Blue Plate LabelMayonnaise

1. 'J j Plus 100 Extra free S& H Greer: ft an rps i t 25C

I with Top -ola Coupon 9-Llres Chicken fir Liver or Chicken fir Kidney Kitty
Burgers .2 :*. 33ci

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IOO VU fREB rXIOO TAMPA GOOD ONLY BRANDON IN '.,
.v w _! "rr J;l Green. Stamps. PLANT CITY 0 '
,6rf Ilk Alt M.M mi jwdiM*WiTepp I
a d rd -'':'' f a ,; Cola Reg. or Diet VENICE ONLY!
a r larl 15.lrtt Poll tot,cant..... I,$1.IIMIQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO) .

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r1-1 down produce lane c 01
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TENDER YELLOW II
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SWEET CORN i iI


I I 6 ears 19c : tt4 ti


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Y. SWEET AS HONEY GOLDEN '
t Allotted Flavors
"k IO'' Iy : Cream half
BAAkNAALNIAh1SCanned
69
Luncheon Meat :

: 1 9 C. 's Prem . . 12lb. can%. 39c-'

4 4r Green Giant Tender Large
i ) ', *t Fancy Red Ripe
1) i M 4 w. Green Peas . 61 cani'303 '*|.,.
i ,C I Tomatoes lb. 1ft' Green Giant Whole Kernel

Niblets Corn . 6''Ic 2 *
Sunny Slope Farms r:: |.
Lyket Famous Vienna

j I n. ; Peaches bosketof ten S9t : Sausage . . 2 4 tans* 29cIIPIII

; : ; '" 1 crisco lipton's van camp super fine green giant green giantmexicorn green giant 'd v"y fabric
.
I IJ.. :, ..1.'..1:," shortening, bulk tea pork & beans limagrands cream corn cut asparagus softener 4- I Irt
I '' ',-I... 79- **' 85 # 27 2 #301c 35" 2 39' f-- ion .. 'f
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SHOP FOR A LONGWEEKEND
for! your weekend picnic . I Ikfa.t

WE'LL ';
,lo Club: siictdlamburger B ; I

Buns .. .. . 2 pi?;,: 39* BE CLOSED MON., MARKETS/I .

Jrtokfoit. Club Sliced SEPT. 7th! I ,i

lot Dog Rolls .. . ... . . 2Pk91:;. 39 I, .j'
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Calli For i
Picnic
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:1 1rench !
s Mustard ... ... .... 9 Ior, " 17 I I\
PRICES EFFECTIVE I '
obey' Famous Shoestring f ' I
THURS., FRI. & SAT. I I

otato Sticks ..,,,,. ? . .. 3 tans toll 29' r SEPT. 3-4-5,1964 i! "
Llitioui Grand { I :

Buffed"Olives . . .. .. . . . 11:11.;; 49* r.tt + 1. xl.A.4''' ( I
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/1 .4 I IOOO IIW l.rIA IOO I;
libiuo. Stack Pack ,

litz. Crackers .,.I..'. .r..,. .,. . .. .. Ik:,"' 35* 1 ' i ( ,; .a_ I J"SWIFT Green wAil..w.PREMIUM._Stamps/.SMOKID.!....... f I iij 1 I
# A HAM either md w wholilptr
atmans's Fomouifcsta t t Ib. 49c .: I I
Ix i '1' ,: ,LM.In..ML. Net I 0 IM4)
Saltines ." .. .,. " pkll.'1.lb. 31'*" S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 8 I"

A'i 1'' 100 O EtRTeA IO 0 i;

." "f Green_Stamp, ..
i 1 A 4" !do. 01.
f .. SINGLETON FAMILY PACK
'.w. FROZEN BREADED SHRIMP
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PREMIUM UiH, SWIFT'S PREMIUM EITHER END OR WHOLE '4 4 O' I'O' .OOO {I'
SIZZLE SCALED ,
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AL SWIFT'SFRANKS. ___ J"/ Green Stamps ,
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I rk*|COVK* SUDDEN BEAUTY BRAND

,,,, 1T-oz. can HAIR.,.. 99c SPRAYS glue .fast _-
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50mw 007JSOGreen r

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ALKA SELTZER TABLETS :-
FOR RELIEF'
Ig... size. ., 59c _
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specials e / ri..! j lAAAAnnnnnnnnnfirifinnl"i'"1
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utter ..... ..... I cfn.Ib. 69' Sit t : EXTRAS FREE UUU SO
SEp1E0 Plus 100 extra free drt. Green Stamps
A Fkktmner a
Rolls . . . ';.:' 29c VI with coupon . I J"( Green ilk*ll coupon wJpurdi Stamps/ k"'R"i'* Dillclom. FLAVORFUL
our Cream . . . pint 39c Swift's Premium Sweet Smoke Flavor BAS SAUSAGE j '''I i
W* Am.rle' "n tr Flments cup Sliced Bacon. 1 Mb.pkg.. 55 C SQQOQOOOOOOOOOQooooS t. ,
5l'ced' Cheese . . 'i;--49c D e J I. ,
To mow's Cooked or Boked 50. -
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WHERE I y Hi Alt coupon nrf wrdioMtr !
\' MO', !..,.On, 'ull Qu.rt Tarnow's Tasty Fresh HERMAN SMOKED ORANGE SAUSAGIoncentrate BAND I
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JuIce . . 2 :. 69c SHOPPING D Sliced Bologna 12.oz.'pkg. 39CPlumrose ""..per' '.!Ib....69e. 1M.' r::. i iemonade
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. . . 2' .:: 45c ---
''"" ...'IF,.... PLEASURE! a Hams 1 1.lb. '109 2.lb. $215 3.Ib. '309 VVV FREE T Am-50 !
>rn Toastees . 4'#r $1 I Ml
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; Oft/Oft/ fey !" MI... Baal .'rct".. :.:'.,..Ok...?.,.and 9Sagetabl. yimtnto r:::;:, J i i
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; 11 I PLUMDOSE IMPORTED DANISH
Gallops/ . . . ,.." BONELESS CANNED HAMS => '
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IS St.IC k S '.,.;. ." . . ':.:.59c OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOQ :J Ij f .

camay avy-dufy tide oxydoldtfargenf l, draft cascade pink I.IqUi. "' L'. '

toilet soap lava soap detergent detergent detergentS 65'I. .d'I'.1:-I'! !I 1: t..I.nt t..

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rliwrMgrw ;:;:: 'oot
/ GONDOLIER, Ventee. F1*. Thur., Spr.3.W4 e<*rt uUlmater were determined ,n, -
4M to be $130 per front .
THE foot, or less than the 94 cents I
per foot estimated. rent a car from MONO-CAR

M ii (( PEOPLE make 1'0 ignore no effort the to facts get, them or to

II and make a personal,charge we Dol so big

i ( SPEAK ; interests"against me basis on a because"conflict I am of

.... in the erosion business is a* 'cause we charge so littleAmong
1w ridiculous as making a similar -
charge against, any con
To The Editor: the fact that the plan ha had tractor, engineer architect l the lOBi, 4" In ear rental I. ECONO-CAR I Ie First :
It U apparent that I am tobe for protection against erosion plumber, electrician{ or real In Savings! Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler-built car i
the whipping; boy In the was in the form of dog-bone estate broker who+! might secure from at little as 99..Including and oil, Insure, ,
ramza or nm AMOOUTID rinu r sonnet or TIm FLORIDA rue** ASSOCIATION affort to establish a great groins and that the owners some business by urging ante seat belt.Call for Inquiry pickup or delivery r 1 1ECNCA

Tk Annium PNW Y ...__ OTtltM M M ar _tO. me..1 all e.wi dbo.rbb.. mIIt... M boondoggle roaion district in of bear Gulf the front"brunt"property of the were cost.to the erection:: of a new city 1
I I *> Mt .......i-t rJM to Ikto. .. .. .>4 .-. W paWM,1 h5 AU .bar. .1.tu.ua my immediate area. namely hall, jail, beach: casino, or
.t .-. 4515151.! .. aM. ___ the stretca: of beach -which According to his count, there auditorium all of,which are
Tin am ... art M..H.IM .e.rwt of eb .am a -Mere ed .sa .....__ II lie between the City of Venice are not many people who ownGulf ASSETS not only to the Cityof I
limitl tortukta mint W mltt-a. 1r.eta.. and a natural rock Jetty in front property, and the Venice, but the entire area.
,........ ii..* raw ..* Tkmf to* 1IS44 B. Sisal ._.. front of the commercial development "brunt" they would bear If any of your readers want -j99
f fetma JU .,.. Ob*> MMUr At tat Offto. M ,..... PIor\dII known as the Venice would amount to fantasticallyhigh any additional information
Villa: Now, as Mr. Ed- taxes each year for, 30 about the operation of an
EDWARD D. BAIL... Editor and Publisher mOn ison'has told the GON year. ... ,erosion district such as the .

COURTNEY WILLIS ...............................-.... Advertising Manager FLIER that my figures are 'The the public fact that hearing broughtout one proposed I will be glad
inaccurate according to the a quick job all the avail
SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor ambiguous and misleading of erosion protection could be to able furnish Information them If they will GULF GARDEN AUTO "CENTERVENICE

ROGER IULBY .......... ............... ........... Mechanical Superintendent petitions he clrlul.ted.to expensive and worthless. At write me at P. O. Box 877
beaohowners through the present the beaches exceptfor : Venice Florida. SHOPPING CENTER : 'jfH. 48HW4
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.23 per sis months, $2.7J medium of the U. S. Postal a few spots have been GEORGE M. EDMONDSON, ,'
for the
per.three months 10 cent per copy. Out of county $8.25 per'year,.$4.23 of system prettyglrle and through,.all honorable the help building years. Due up to the fill last put 10 in Venice. -- .... --

per six months $3 per three months. the Gulf in front of Casey Key ...1';'
AdortMm Bop_....... .... Ida Fm B-rrk. GtlMniUt. Fta.1 -l-rimn share em seeking signatures from supposedly
,.ears.., N.w ror N I.I .......... G... 11<<1'01'11101I.. freeholders, given to more than a year ago, the .
believe that If enough, signed beaches have built up rapidly ".
the GOVERNMENT state or and will continue to do so
SI federal not specified, ,would with the fill that will enter
The Presidential Campaign give us, be.utiful.belchea.. the Gulf when the inland -'
{ Now the ,petition please, if waterway is cut through.
you one write to There are better ways than ..
Everyone U saying that this years presidential a difference a* anyone. could-aiL. '!The POX 139,\v must have one. groins<< to prevent erosion.' v'.
campaign will be the hardest difference extend" to every 1 issue of real} and learn firsthand whether Groins would spoil the appearance .
anything was said about taxation of the beaches and
I fought of modern times. Thatamt 1il The Adminlltr.tiOft'h.ldi -
consequence. for a period of 20 interfere with their use for
:I certainty in the light of the character that our Intermingled defense and foreign for some and 30 for 'others.years walking; and swimming.
and petitions of President Johnson and policies ere sound and productive; the whichever'the law prescribes If we want the Venice
beaches to be
protected from
il Senator Goldwater. Both are politician other side charges timidity Indecision Further inform jou.did that these if you petitions owned erosion and from people who

of the driving type, and neither gives retreat, and finds grave cI.fecta.1ft.. property' fronting on the want to sell groins we must
g The President ti beach !it was estimated be very careful how this con.
i quarter when marten of power influence military programs! unequivocally you
would pay from M to !M cents trol authority is set up. We
; and at .t.... committed to the civil I be thankful
I principle are ,, pew a front foot; and further this can that the pub.
Along with this, a great many informed rights bill; Senator Goldwater voted would automatically place a lie hearing prevented this

people think that the election may be against it-not because he opposes racial I 20 or 30 year lien on your committee through the from rushing;
property. No authority to put
they didn't.
I u I the most historically important of the cen equality, but on constitutional I grounds Now let's go on. Did these into effect a plan which.is of

4; tury. For in their view, out of it could Mr. Johnson solidly backs major extensions petitions reveal anything very doubtful value l
that would 'of federal aid and relief about maintenance, engineer MRS. KATHERINE
com political realignment projects
B. FILSON 11
l fag feasibility, or, has there ,
vastly change the political complexion of of assorted kinds; ....r. Goldwater holds ever been a positive cure for Venice.

t' the country and determine for a longtime that these generally, are wrong in principle erosion anywhere in ,he
I world. The answer is nol To The Editor:
to the tale and Ineffective and
j come court we are to ercessivety For informational purposes There has been a great deal
" t both in domestic and attitude wasteful in The rights, obligations
matten our practice. my two neighbors directly of mistaken information and
., j a' u'tow.rd world affairs. and responsibilities of the states era north are both qualified in my lack of understanding regard

The big question has to do with what very precious to the Senator and he sees opinion advice to give in deference out professional to. for ing the CONSIDERING recent public hearing the

I It called the mainstream of present-day the increase of federal power as a menace the three civic minded laymen NEED for the proposed VenIce
I
1 Am.ric.n.t thinking. It is the question.that. ,to our ,very' system of government.The ,' all honorable whomade Area Erosion District.
_
I up the The members of the
advisory erosion Sarasota
I ," in the opinion of the conservative groups .Pretidant disagrees. Both men and panel.' My immediate neigh. County Erosion Advisory

which mate up the dedicated hard-cot. of parties, of course, are In agreement i in bor. Just retired this spring Committee were appointed by

'. Goldwater supporter. the American people their opposition to the communist tide, but as president of an engineering the board of county commissioners.

1- have not had 1 ch.neto: answer. there is a world of difference in the Another college neighbor bearing his three name. the board. Their of county report commissioners went to

They argue that the voters have not been policies they urge to contain and defeat hundred feet north of me is and copies went to the
f 1'1',, given a clear-cut choice between two It. an MIT engineer who had the mayor and members' of the
I audacity, having confidence City Council of Venice
,\ sharply different philosophies of govern There is no doubt that the Goldwater in the sea, removed his natural reported in the GONDOLIER was Homework Ahead?
I ment. For the most part their argument drive is making. deep inroads In. the once embankment and planted and all other newspapers.

f i\ continues, there has been an eicett oft solidly Democratic South ,or that the a lawn down level with the The NEED for a proposed
beach.
For your further gi,,, district was later endorsed br
f,1 1; "me-tooism" en the part of Republican Democrats are picking up strength In lightenment since MM our the Venice Area Chamber of

; candidates, and this hat alienated great some areas that were once dependably I beaches in,,this general vicinIty Commerce 'and other organ!, READING AND WRITING RHQUIRM GOOD LIGHTING

numbers of voters and Into the Republican. have enhanced better than zations. During the past yearI . Start the
I played 140 feet new school term with watt bulb 2 hours
with a sandbar\ still have been requested to appear proper gives of good lighting
hands of the Democrats The upshot as 'Indeed, it's been a long time sine then* moving In. before many community home study light It will encourage good tot a penny. And the recent $10 million

they see it, has been the gradual develop wer so many political 1 question marks en Both of 'these engineering associations and civic clubs study habits that lead to better l1'adrate redaction now' makes ample Ll ht-
authorities not only failed to which were apparently inter.eeted A good table lamp that
of provides
m.nt welfare state which fcr-LWng all around
a home the
government ;your
the horizon, or when it was so difficult to sign petitions but sent in telegrams in being informed and diffused light, free from shadow
and
fs not wanted by of citizens. biggest bargain in family budget
a majority our of protest. My neigh. getting the facts about erosIon your
; I Next November should certainly tell analyze the hope, beliefs and loyalities bor directly! to the south, now and the need for a district glaw-with at least 150-watt bulbVisit your favorite dealer and see

I how much truth there is or Isn't, in this of the doctorate. And the stale. *-not living in Tampa, on advice The director of several II recommended. the modem attractive lamp a Kght-
and new developments sent a of the groups passed resolutions Good electric light fa cheep A 160- mgfiitnrea
J position. The "President and the Senator just for the parties and the candidates, letter to Mr. Edmondson, with endorsing! the NEED

I provide in their policies, about broad but for all a copy to the county pomml for a district.To .
I I as ui -ar* great beyond measure. -
sion rescinding hla sliming i ;of say that erosion control 1
the original petition. There is is not needed is to ignore the $
one more on the way Making facts. A look at the plat map ) t
. I III
I A Safe Labor Day a grand total of all excepting of the City of Venice shows V"'INJ..n Af'rrespray!
a wife who signed in the absence the "old shore line" and the .
j labor Day is a youthful institution Unhappily, how;,.,, tht bright prospect of her husband. She is 195S shore line. For a distanceof e
{ Is not realized for now awaiting his advice for 1,800 feet south of Granada FLORIDA
I as national holidays go. But Its place an appallingly large POWER ft LIGHT
l joint signatures or to rescind. Street and the Gulf, the city COMPARTMl
in the national', is secure and honored. number of us. They are the victim of It's all_ concede that our has been unable to open The **** SCW* -- '

It provides formal and well-earned Labor Days toll of deaths' and Injuries. neighbors in the Golden Esplanade-Alhambra Road to .
salute
The .mishandled automobile becomes Beach Gulf Shores have a connect with Venice Avenue p
to all wording people, within and a predicament of beach deterlo. because this very portion of
killer of almost warlike' dimension The ration: or, erosion, if you the road is out in the Gulf and ,
I I without the unions. And this is a tribute toll of drownings steadily mounts and please. Nevertheless, with all under water. Possibly there t'f't'

that goes beyond the changing problemsand Ignorance or disregard of the rules and why sympathy should to their problem may be some of these prop.'
we. as well erty owners that do not want
peo- ,
controversies that have to do with precaution that ar* essential to safe pie take their medicine? this street extended but; so

i labor legislation and labor's rights andprivileges. boating are big factor in this. Let's concede further that far none have said '0. The fS\ T
j I 10 per cent of eligible free shorelines shown on the city
I The tragic part of it all is that the holders' did .
sign map of .
an were as 1933
\ ambigu ; today .
Too Labor Day has another special vast majority of thew and other accidents ous petition now that 100 per the erosion has increased income @ !

characteristic. It gives most of us a three- ar" ,totally unnecessary. They don't'Just cent of.the voters have the sections and lessened j

,I 'k:1 day ,holiday .In this age of the fiv.-day happen-careleis, thoughtless' and uninformed , 110 full for story this. will boondoggle they really the in pie Others do not realize One fact is that that while, peo k :

;' work w.... And millions of people take human beings make them happen.If greatest since the canal on beaches may APPEAR to be

1 ,: advantage of ft to [journey in search of all of us this coming Labor Day period February 0, 1965 at the polls? rebuilding at the moment, , t. Vl
new sights and scenes, or to againto would We won't here. And we will nature NEVER puts back as l ". .. :::11";.
II go use just rudimentary caution where- 'go to court to contest the legality much as was taken away ,...
favored vacation spots Labor Day has ever we go and ,whatever. we do,. the expected of, the project. We of without some help. Erosion .
t j I i j become a day of fun, relaiation and accident ,toll would be .reducedspectacularly. course, seek, less expensive is a gradual process, as the . -
means to have our area removed very word Implies. While Mr. C. .
sports.I
How about it? < '
from the Robert ; "
proposed ero Young has a good ,{. ,
sion district, but now that the beach now at his Sand Bar : : -' .- ,'\ .. .
I Commission Ass acted it ap Beach-O-Tel, look: at the photos l" : '

. I IIII11 Men Without Women' ? Oh Brother! nue pears out there ,U ,. 'so 'other ave of his In building the GONDOLIER being undermined : : << :l .}

JT..LEIGHTON of Oct 3,. 1983. Even of ,':, .' ,, ...... ,
"l Oh sure; you make Jokes about a "wife England). Not that he "isn't. a:good! :milkmen Comwe1J- .the-Gult.CORNWELL the most .vocal objectors one at '. ;1.''its "SAVE"'o'clock

out of town" and enough people I.ughfo ; it's Just he pushes what apparently Venice., the recent hearing who said 'C : ; ,,

//1 that you come home to chuckle over 'needs to be pushed-orange juice (your To The flat; he admitted had.a that good he beach had none now a, ... '.!. ,f./oj.; / .. 1 : .';&'I:...;::....
own cleverness. But wife-of-town drains" chickan-salad !; . . .
your a run yellow);; mix (it. few years ago and that his .' . ....,
j is a very serious business. 'jives you hiv")1); and a brand of lemon I sincerely hope 'that :your steos were washed away: ';. '!'f : .. <<':
+ paper. will inform the people The Miami Herald last : . r'Doesn't matter what lime ;
You home for c. 1
to ade that
'I com one thing, a tastes I like lemonade which ,
f you who signed the petition week reported that an area .... ...... .; .. g . 7r"-T':
desolate emptiness" that Includes the bread don't lik* the taste ef. for erosion control on ',the at Jupiter Island required .. '"
< . )
Is..it's
bo.. You could have sworn you, boughtbread H.'. still a good milk man. He latches weeks beaches of this area several structures costing $130.00 per ,,S. ,; Iv < always.lime .. y'''6
Mr. '
ago that Edmond .
: last night, but you,,.:concede at-, the back door when he lea.... You unit son interested: in his own had front been foot because disregarded the erosion for a I.,:.> : to save. Open your"' ".r-., .i ntftff-:;.15J '

,, Jest, it must have been Tuesday. get in the house. of course bec.use".11 company;, Budd Wall, ,Inc., long time. An erosion district : ,

I t J You drive down the hill and buy bread.. the keys are irnfd. Your desire hi ..temp" Edmondson Mr.' Edmondson'Road, Nokomis.. plans. would NOW for be the PREVENTIVE Venice Area :.. r account here, and .wf.! '",111':?

You plan your dinner carefully; after ered by the fact that so are the egg were clearly stated ,at the ."medicine," at a much lower .- :.,; '
all you were once a Boy Scout. (Toastr You aren't opposed to wives-eut-ef- public hearing before the cost than later "major surg .

r la New York State cheese this you town. Tell you the truth you aren't opposed County 20, 1984,Commissioners when he said he,. Aug.was ery.insurance" You AFTER can not; buy call fire ;. SAVE BY SEPT. lOfh, EARN FROM SEPT. JIT ''

+ can do. Pain eves fromage). to wives. And (love milkmen unable to you -' VOy.
you get a bid other: than, the fire department. / ;:
I Bacon. It's the only meat you have left But when you motored down foe the bacon i. from the Budd Wall Co, be- Thepurpose of the) publics' .

Jn the house, but the way you";, cook I itflowly -. the .store was closed. raus the' other companies. believed hearing was ONLY to determine .,,n.. "'I,
would :
a survey be, the NEED for an erode
gr"lIre"Iy-hOlley. it tastes litertnanna. So you drove 'back home and gnawed .necessary, and his committee ion district. It was not to des .,

on place of cheese ordinaire (the New had-not: fund for a survey dermme HOW. or with WHAT .. STEE
It was 1tIe opinion ,
You reach.In the refrigerator to drag York. State Sharp- exhausted ofevery structures, or by WHOM any.
was apparently one who sooke at the'bearing, thing would be don. The law
t :rut the bacon and there Isn't any bacon. ), chewed onj piece of I bread that 'except Mr. George Olbbs. states that AFTER a referendum
The milkman" who I.I that ,even if controls shouldbe'necessary' and establishment of
r ; supposed to supply we* put together with paste, 'Ind1lomotn' a
r : that a IIW'VI3"by district all of those questionsare
baeon_ has only supplied milk. ed your lot. : competent engineer/ of to be answered. The figures oEp AI
.t T* give him his honest due, he alsolupplies Man I r. born of women, and certainly recognized skill in erosion presented on BUDD
tj when / home control should be made, GROINS were merely to show
: ( nobody's ) vast to sorrow, and irretrievably to woe. But Mr. .'* statistics{ the relative distribution, of
'quantities of eggs (you've got enough hewinheclt does he find the missing lid about Gulf property owner in 'cost* between Gulf front own.

t ) eggs to start I modest hatchery and to a coffee pot? favor of the petition were ers and other in the district. .
w based on a petition he sent to The RATIO of costs would' "Oar thirtieth pn/i/vtriefry/ :.
with year
yols'n dickering a syndicate In New AihevUI. N. C, Cttizaa &11h1ch
: did not msntiw- I k* the j MUM whether the

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r..sd.J. DOROTHY QATNOB New NovelsOn BPWW;;; 1W, Spf.; 1964-T I : ill' j ]

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j. : ;. (Jottings Women's. item to Edlrot 4885808No Review At I Venice Trophy i.1. I



- - Woman's Club With 18 member attending Mrs. Carol I II I''I J j
-
-
the District 8 meeting of Flor. Seven director I
} 6rr? ',,4r, wonder Asolo Theater daughter, Miss Lynn Johnson, Joseph Hayes' new novel, da> Federation of Business ersburg area;
_ ad L had.. such a wonderful Festival added the other two generations "Third Day," will be one of and Professional) Womea'f cy Gilliam
r1 i'r" .allOlMalt South Countlans the three books Mrs Dorothy Cubs In Bradenton Sunday, Floy Rader,
took in at least one of the - the Venice Club
Lantz local librarian, will review brought dent, and Mrs
four fine production., all of Miss Donna Stevenson was at the Venice-NokomisWoman's home the attendance trophy second .'
1, r rT them setting attendance records at Skyline Ranch in Mentone, Club luncheon Wednesday for' the largest delegation Suncoast Club f I
and some 33 Venetians Ala, for month before her '
y a at 12:30 p.m. at the resent. There were 99 members Mrs Mary .
and Nokomis residents attended mother, Mrs. Donald Steven- clubhouse on North Harbor and guests present. Sarasota, past I I '
the Venice Day there son went by and picked her Drive. Mrs Mae Wrede, district chairman, : r
last week, Including this re up in mid-July. The two then She will also review "The director, presided at the :30im. shop for club r .
porter. They were top notch went on to the World Fair Rector of Justin," a recent executive board meeting The world
plays and presentations and, and visited for some time in novel by :Louis Auchincloss, and the following general was presented 'I .
a*we said no wonder all pre. New England They arrived and Sara Sandberg's humorous membership meeting Johnson of
vious marks were. topped. home Saturday. autobiographical story Guest speaker was Mrs fog with the : :i 1
-0. -o- "Mama Made "
Friends and A two-months automobiletour Milnk Beatrice Freed of Dunedin, ranged a
acquaintances Mrs tered with
Lantz who came to a I
of Dr. A. W Docksteader of in the Midwest and Venice as librarian of Venice president of the Florida Fed rounded by eervlce.'I
312 E. Alba St have been Northeast which ration Special guest Included
asking during theycovered Free Public Library when it of foreign p
where and how he is. miles fun Mrs Ruth Cullin of Brem- \ !
He 6,201 was opened in January at Venice- hen who speak : I I
Is recuperating nicely from but quite wearing, Rockwood Nokomis Woman's Club, received rton, Wash., former trees.urer guage were ,
several operations at Bay Bullard of Casey Key said her B. S. Degree in library and third vlcepl"I.identof table and ,
Pines Hospital and reports when they came home last : science from Syracuse the National Federation;
that he should be back in Ven. week Mr. and Mrs Bullard University
Ice before too long. first attended the wedding of The business meeting and NokomiS ': i
-0- their granddaughter, Miss program will be held after Lutheran Church
Mrs George Kaup writes Thayer M. Wilson, a Sorbonne the salad luncheon. Meets f
from Three Rivers, Mich., graduate to Charles Members who have chang: I
llEff PROGRAM instituted by the Junior Section oC that she will be home next Spaulding in Clarkston, Mich ed address during the past Fall Program Nokoml. y
week. Most all the June then Ion Club J
Woman'* Club want into effect this weekft active on 27 They visitedIn rear are asked to notify Mrs.
ct-Nokomls book was presented to Venice Free Public Library: clubwomen are returning Ohio, New York and the S. C. Turkenkoph, secretary: Begins'Sunday plan bee for a 1 I
to held in
from
i vacations
all over withIn New England states so that the new yearbook, t
Pattlson I
daughter of
Miltrell.Sua.n Mr and
jr\nt\ these two the group's
or three weeks -0-
_, Don PattlsonTh* first book, "Th Happy Owls," by since most clubs are now beginning The George Spenders of now brought in preparation uptodate.Sally may be The autumn program of at 10 a.m. at ,
Isuno Platti i Ja being tfresehtM tafJArt. Dorothy Lantz,' with their fall sessions South Harbor Drive left July Emmanuel Lutheran Church Station If
and Susan Each titn*clubmtmbers have will begin with the sacrament
I Mrs.Pattlson : 7 for a visit with their eon, Members are
lamUy addition a book w>U:bar presented by the Junior -.- George Jr.. and his family in Capasso of holy communion Sundayat ring a
Tnon honoring! the youngster. ;The program went Into ef- Another person whose absence Chatham, N. J., and Immediately 10:30 a.m. with The Her their own table )
1 during the present term,of the Junior Section Chair- is causing friends I to came down with some Crowned 'QueenOf Charles I. Rowe officiating. 1
'gliri. Robert Bardee., ," ', get on the telephone is Mrs treacherous virus, he said Preceding the' service, the ''f
Church Council will meet today
Campers'Milll -
Dorothea Drummond of 302 After seven weeks of fightingit
at 8 in the CfafI
Short Road. Or at least she they came on home last Sally Capasso, daughter han to plan pm fall activities parish and Jlutumn 'i/aJAicnJ +
did live there, and the friendsare week "into the sun" and are of Col.. and Mr. Sal Cap rranga, for observance of il
calling to lament her departure now fine asso of Shore Road, was voted -
STYLE CONSULTATION the church' first annivera-
E She left Friday to -0- "Queen of the Campers"Saturday ; !/ftart 9/CairJo I
live with her son, Paul Jr., Mr. and Mrs Earl Mlntzer by her fellow-work 'Anew curriculum of ChristIan rI Jtew j
"Back to School" at 101 Hughes Lane in Baby. of Tampa'and their two sons ers in Amherst, Mass She is education will be Instituted )
lon, N Y. They report that were weekend guests of Mr. a senior at Venice High in the church, school on WAVES 1
SPECIAL! PERMANENT
SPECIAL her courage and cheer in the and Mrs Harry: Lenlua of 1317 School. Sept 13 at 11:15: a.m..
face of\invalidism has been Cypress Ave. A beach cookout She and 27 other girls from Choir rehearsals 'will beheld $8.50 $10.00 $12.50
Richards PERMANENT inspiring to many who knew and some night fishing were Venice and Sanford left on
I C ryl regularly on Wednesday and set
Include heir styling, shampoo
her., provided for entertainment June 26 to work in the tobacco at 7:30 .
: p m.The
-.- fields in Massachusetts on FREE CAN OF BONAT HAIR SPRAY I
-0- will be in his of- ,
REG. $15 NOW $5.00 pastor
Back horn WITH $1230' WAVE.
from a seven- Mr. M. L. Weaver of Las a school-sponsored program. ice each morning, Tuesday ;
week tour, with temperature Vegas, Nev. Is the houseguest The girls have been quartered through Friday from Ill a. GLADYS ADKINS
Limited W
( tim only) extremes from 40 to 120 degrees of her parents, the Horace in a University of Massachusetts m for counseling or assist-
IWE GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURir PERMANENTS encountered are the I F Brodies of Casey Key, residence house and dur- nce. Those wishing to see ,
131 W. Miami Ace. Ph.
Clyde Higels of 820 Ormand She came'a. month ago be- log the summer have made him may call personally or ,
St. They visited the Bill Bell- visits to the World's Fair, '
cause of her mother's illness telephone 488-4942
.
ANNE BEAUTY SHOPPE
emys in Hattlesburg. Miss, Mrs Brodie is currently recuperating The Rev. Mr Rowe said
her sister's family, the Ralph at Venice Hospital the church wishes to extend
121 N. Timiaml Trait' Ph. 488-1367 Woolseys, In Sherman Oaks, a special Invitation to area FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL-
Calif end the Roy Tyee in
to the fan
newcomers
-o- services
(net t* J.&H. Drug Stor.) Sioux Falls S. In
Dak Minnesota Mr and Mrs D V S apie.lion Emmanuel Lutheran is 1
vibes of' FCA. Winners of ifyl It coloring cont.ih they visited her relatlves of 407 Msggtore Road affiliated with the Lutheran Principal: JEAN SPEAR (MISTD' )
then went over into have returned from the wedding Church in America. I
Canada and came down the of their. son, D V. Step "
other side of Lake Superior to leton Jr in
Tappahannock,
Lancing Mich., to visit his OUTOFDOORSCHOOL VENICERegistration
Va. and say he could not have
family Last stop was In Richmond selected a finer or lovelier
NOTICEOur Va., with Navy
bride. They spent some timein a' .
friends Knoxville, Tenn. on business i ate 4520 Ocean Blvd. : FrI., Aug. 28th, 7 to 9 p.m... I '
-o- Sarasotaf \
Pharmacy located 'I In the Medical Center En route to Midwest City before going on to Washington 1

hiding, en the Rialto, will re-open on Tuesday, Okla. to await the arrival of lives, ,and D. C.thence, where to the Tappa.son f. Small Clones/ at the STUDIO '

September 8th. W. appreciate the faifhfuln.ti their first grandchild, Mr, hannock for the wedding on Individual l/itfruction
dour many customers who called on our Ven. and Mrs Albert M Coates of'' Au,. 22 They returned Mon Co- CORNER OF E. VENICE AVE. & VENICE BY.WAY'I.

Ice Avenue Store for"service during the vacation automobile 1213 Groveland accident Ave, had Hot an day a ,. Nursery Thrw 10th Gr. SMfi JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AISTD) \
cobs! of July and August, Now" we are: readyto Ark She near -- JANICE DREW (AISTD)
Springs, was injuredand Keoic
The Carter H Harrisons of Transportation
errs again, back.t sea us.
you come *, is now recuperating at Casey Key celebrated their
Midwest City Memorial Hospital golden wedding anniversary: REGISTRATIONNOW PH. SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR
I
THANK YOU, They are the guests of in August With a family reunIon BEING I . om In to mt the staff OH regUVa+ioa day.
their son and his wife, Mr at their cabin at Huron
and Mrs Bill H. Coates and Mountain Club on Pine River, MISS SALLY CAPASSO ACCEPTEDSchool 1
will remain in Midwest City near Big Bay Mich. BALLET
DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY until the grandchild arrives Boston, Sturbridg and Harvard Opens Oct. 1st (Cccchetti Method Imperial Society of England]
622 The Rialto and Mrs Coates has fully re- University Last Weekend
Medical Canter covered. Library Will Close/ they took to trip on the P -sehool Sept. 14th TAP
Bldg.WOOLWORTH'S -0-
Trail into Vermont
Mr. and Mrs Bert Traverof For Labor Day Mohawk and New Hampehlre. Ph. 924-1013 (Beginner to Professionals)

204 Bayshore Circle were Venice Free Public During the crowning ceremony ._.... ., A..alt.a Opening data delayed one w.ek due to locating studio. ;\
host and hostess to four generations Library Sally wu presented ,Fiori'" c..11 of W studio.
Thursday at a picnic will be closed Monday in cele with a stuffed tiger. I.......... _. now have temporary .'
supper at their home. The bration of, Labor Day Mrs
The girls will return to Venice
guests included her cousin Dorothy Lantz, librarian,,announced Sunday.' .
and husband, Mr and Mrs todayjtalnbow.
Irving Johnson and Mrs SHEAi1Ri1T'Wi1.FALIY . J
Ronald HansonTo
"" * * *'*-'fi'f/r *' .w X- Johnson')''mother, Mrs;'Ver!: ; '. Bake Sale
jetta Cowan of Port Char.
lotte. The Johnson's daughter, Rainbow. Girls will hold a Address HAY ,t
LAIIOR DAY Mrs. Elalde Wagner of West bake sale,. beginning 'at 9:30a
Caldwell, N J., and her .m., tomorrow and Saturdayat Ronald Hanson, Venice Hospital a at

o. * '* * * * * and near!Venice'on the West Poet Shopping Venice Office Avenue Center guest administrator speaker educational and ,initiate series will be of amonthly $100 FOR 100 j-/1'I j

SPECIALS' talks at the first fall meetingof
Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer -
on Sept. 14 at noon at /.
e GARDENERS GARDENERS GARDENERS 'loAJO NEW HOMES St. Mark's Episcopal Church A MONTH MONTHS I r'

J parish hall.
J MINATURE FRUIT TREESCALAMONDON,,,. > FURNISHEDOR The series will acquaint GET YOUR OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK HEREI!
223 W. Venice Av, UNFURNISHED auxiliary member with the
1.98 general workings of the hospital .
: will
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mh Home. Land Mrs. Jones president (. NIT rah NEED
A Murnam ALL YOU I
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| Can Boat will be in charge. 15 I
TALL ; Trailer I In trade
Those attending are requested I
to bring their own is the name Sheaffer taken from

!; MBOVITA . 3.98A ,Cockrill Builders sandwiches. Members bringing '0' '' any card or package bearing I
should Mrs I
office In East Gate guests notify
GARDENERS GARDENERS GARDENERS Ph. 488-1451' 488.3845 Joseph Feytel'of 724 Valen- Sheaffer merchandise

a PICNICS CAMPING PICNICS. CAMPING a cia Road. (or a store receipt) or 1 1

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.L TACK TO SCHOOL BACK TO SCHOOLWOOLWORTH'S 4.98 MEADOWSPHARMACY "
PERMANENT WAVE DICK & "

SHIRTS/ MARY BISHOP Manager I

formerly.with .Cntr Beauty Salon '

4.98SIZES US 41 South of Albt Road Ph. 4834776 ?
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8-Tne GONDOLIER' Venfee. FT*. Tliurt., Stpl. 3, 1944 ',. GOP Sets Rally At Englewood.. I

JIIIII f } "
4 i; 7 rd ENGLEWOOD: SsrMota will! hav. the oPPDrtunlIl
Bridge Scores County Republicans will hold' meet all Sarasota Counti?
a rally and old-fashioned barbeque publican candidate
y) I .. Bride Studio, Monday Bridge Studio, Monday, 8-Mr*. W Gelsser and Mit in Englewood Saturday. At 4:00: p.m tree btt
JMr.a 14th, : Aug. Mth, .,:30 p.m. W. Locffler, 92'4. i +r )SV l Following the arrival of an qua will be aervad.All' .
J. H ortd; a cavalcade from Sarasota .
: CoL 1-Mra. W. H. Namack and Venice Contract Bridge d + NSI automobile County VM,
Vincent Dixon, 63. 3. K. Hill 48*. Club, An*. U, 7:30 p.m. Sarasota at approximately regardless of party\ IJ
2-Mn. C E. Bryant and 24-Mri. James G. Kalec and 1-Mrs. James O. Kaleo an 11:30: aw., Mrs. Helene Morris lion are urged to attenl! ,
I I Mrs. tarry Lawrence, 80 Col Vincent Dixon, 47. Mrs. J. H Morris, 81. Republican National Com- participate. Since thi.
3-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and and Senator will beheld, in
2S-Mr. and Mri. W. H. 2-Mrs. Elgin Morlson and mlttewoman an epee fI
A.. O. Campbell, (9. Tomlinson, 47. Mrs Clare Carlson,' 57. 1 eL.r Warren Henderson will dedicate diners are urged to
'I 4-Mra. Elgin Morlson and 3 Col. Vincent Dixon and Mr nw 1, ; the new Republican along their own chain
Mrs J. W. Kimball 55'! Bridge Au.l5tb.Stodlo',130 Tuesday, Myron Schoenfeld, 54V& Headquarters on Welt Dearborn table service.Tarragon .
sm. t-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and N. Street, near Orange
0000OSb3b.bpi. I-Mra. J. H.:Morris and
Mrs. J. J. Nealon 35. K. Patton, 50Brlde 1 i ,e Avenue.At I Vinegarers as;;d
GULF THEATERToday J-Mrs. Clare Carlson and Studio 1 ra 1.00: p.m., there.will bea ? used ,together, -m
Finals of Friday Series b.neehe flavor
North Indiana of
gathering on
Mrs Louis J. Unertle, 25. r 811
3-Myron Schoenfeld and Col Gamee1Mr Avenue across from the andwinegarg fa
thru t 1 *
W. Tomlinson.
Saturday Ira Nelson, 23"4. H. r N tr Cajun Club), where voters ad.
J-Mrs. Corrie Graft
I "RHINO" Woman's Club, Thursday. 3-Mrs. May Barges 1 r.se aaessss.
nth, 1
Anr. p.m. .
-Mr. H. S. Pratt.
Sunday thru Wednesday 1-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and 5-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern.Candidate a" Cpl )'
Mrs. J. W. Kimball, 82tt. Qt W DANCE CLASSESADULTS :
Robert Gould -Harry Reimer and J. K. dI 4 ,'' .r r k
( ''n"HONEYMOON Hill, 585.3Myron Fete 1 1CIrt a TEENAGE a CHILDREN
Schoenfeld and
y HOTEL" Vincent Dixon, n.43Mrl. Col. REGISTRATIONBALLROOM I ..
R C. E. Bryant and Set By DemosThe ,
Mr. C. E. .. for ADULTS and TEEN
Bryant Jr, 55 Vi. / ,1 CLASSES -Aq6
Tropical Drive-In and A. Q. Campbebll tt. Sarasota County Dem .r rHA, CHA. CIA. BtlMBA. T4NOO,
I 4-5-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle ocratlc Woman's Club 11 KOCK aoL4 808SA NOVA M>4 .U OANCU
Today thru Saturday Bridge Studio, Frl4a"Aol' sponsoring a candidate dine '. .. . .,
Mth, dance Friday, Sept. 18, at t r
1pm. TEEN
and
for CHILDREN QE la
i i 1 CLAUSES -
,
Inn Sarasota. Th
GIANT SCARA-THON NORTH-SOUTH Holiday r 1 l TAP ACROBATIC end MODERN JAZZ
BALLET ,
.I.-Mrs. W H. Homlinson and social hour starts at 6:3p.m : ,. .
4 Full-Length featuring Movies Harry Reimer, 85. ., dinner at 8 and .danc- -_ ,, -.n. ...... .. ,JI'L.... ,. I' ', .
2-W. H. Tomllnson log follows. BBCRIATIONAI. rxNTxapEomTaATnov
and Mrs
Saturday thru H. S. Pratt, 84M.I ,Guest speaker will be Senator FLYING EYES The Sarasota County Air Search and.Rescue Squadron, an arm of the VINICB_ .A.AHDINI." IW..Aw BlliM. T._,. So*. |Mt
Wednesday I- May Bargas and J. Spcssard Holland. Other Civil Defense organization, has volunteered 1 ts services to the Venice Branch Eye Bank. lie PM. tMMiw T -'r. SUw. Aru. may' ..*. 144. IM:
"VIVA LAS VEGAS"r K..rHII 84 Invited include Rep. James The Air Search and Rescue unit will fly the fresh corneal transplants from the Eye Bankto I* till P.M. ClMM Mot 81.. . .
EAST.WEST A.. Haley, State Chairman the areas where they are needed quickly Dr. Douglas Williamson (second from llrt.M
and t-Mrs. H. L. Bartholomewand Warren Goodroch, National left), medical director of the Venice Branch Eye Bank, said the new method will lave t C1fW4.Na /rt: :-o II 111../, .bMuW. II hwM,rhp
"EL CID" Carl Hauerbach, 84. Committeeman Elliott Roosevelt considerable time, a vital factor in cornea transplant surgery. Discussing the new volun. hurt,
2-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Mrs. and National Committee. teer service with Dr. and Mrs. Williamson ire Harold O. H able, squadron commander,
'EARL ATKINSONResidence
C. R. Phillips, 83.,.. woman Annette Baker.. and Don Billib, a squadron member. MR. &' MRS.
. 4S38 Hlgel Ave., Tel. IUGIZS'Can; lqoLAUREL
1 :

:. :' The Southern Comfort NOW OPEN r NPC Budget I Venice East News ,

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9 a jn. to S p m.dally

'J Hearing Set By SALLY STUBBSMr

and Mrs Gordon Mc hurst Drive. Twenty friends
SEE IT AT NORTH PORT CHAR- Caffrey, of Caledon East, Ontario and relatives were present D
LOTTE-A second and final Canada, were guests I and Charlotte Schultz was the
last week of the Russell recipient of many lovely
i ., *t w L South I reading of the proposed 196 Moore' at their home on 130 ,Uts.
V.nTce: Blvd..nd 85 budget Is on the agenda Sandhurst Drive. Mrs. Mc -.o-
for the next meeting of thecity Caffrey Is a niece of the Another new resident of R
AlligfaDrivoSOUTH commission at 7 p.m.Sept. ., Moores and accompanyingthem Venice East recently moved
14 were their two .chlld. into the residence of Audrey
VENICE '
ren Brent Susan and David Danny and Stephen McCarthyat DAY SCHOOL
.'C The budget as it now stand and Mr. McCaffrey's brother 128 Sandhurst Drive. This
provides for a tax increase Brian. After they leave Venice resident is strictly one of. a
from 5% mills to seven mills, East they 'will visit Miami kind as he is a rare Chinese & KINDERGARTENKINDERGARTEN
$1Og150g plus a 10 per cent tax on elec.Inc !, on to Washington, then Pug Bull Dog. This three
6 New York and the World's month old puppy has not only CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER I
; : on your approved lot bills. Fair and then return to Can. won the favor of all of the 120. PER MO. /IN ADVANCE OR tHM' PER SESSION
i ada.
neighbors but also the neigh
v'xir I2'xl2 The Elmer Hedeens can't borhood dogs. It may be because ALL DAY CARE 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m
12 i 4ff 15' i 18'. stay put. Just back from he is smaller than all children 2 to 6 old
& Built by THIRTEENIQualify ) three month in Europe, they of the other dogs but they yes
t ?1. Deigned EVANS 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large living room are off again, this time backto treat him with great care and REGULAR ATTENDANCE (at lent 3 times I week, )
Nylon and Atrllan their old home Mansfield, respect. Respect he should
includes hot lunch
and Florida $2.00 PER DAY ( : ; )
< 2190 South U.S. 41 room. Room Sized/ Raps Ohio. The one excuse is bustless. have, for his lineage goes
Few homes are to carefully executed ROLL ENDS 50% OFF Mr. Hedeen still maintains 'way back but his immediate SPECIAL RATES FOR MORE THAN ONE IN A FAMILY
Venice, Florida an active Interest in the family are Miss Pixie, and Sir
assorted color SERVICE AVAILABLE
i : (just N. of Cyrot) .to provide the maximum of ease, comfort .: exgate Development Corp.of Theodore of Suncoast and his fICK-Uf & TAKE HOME
j ph. 488-1553 and spaciousness. BRITTON'SVenice Mansfield and the other iso name is Sir Buttons. The official approximately hours of transportation are
1 I Shopping Center be present for the arrivalof owner of Sir Buttons Is
I .
t -- - their first grandchild. They young Stephen McCarthy and 8:30./11.: Ii30 I a.m. 5:00 p.m.,
will wait for the event at the his mother has turned the en. I PH. 488-2639
home of Mr. and Mrs Jeffrey tire care and responsibilityinto
I II II I
j ittlson) ( the former Sonja) his hand. i I l ___ _.__ ___ _
Gustave Hedeen) in Cincin

nati. -a- -iA--1; ;

A lovely little lady visitor
et the Harold Seall home for
the put few weeks was Miss
I Cindy: Seall of Columbus,
Ohio. "Cindy" the seven-yeao-
old grandchild of Mr. and
Irs. Harold Sean of 142 Ven.
!
5inrL !
I r lee East Boulevard has visit- .,..,. .r w . +.wAi.IAM..n ,
ed here several times and Is
well known to all the neigh- RUG SERVICE
I borhood children who were HOME FURNISHING
j anxiously awaiting her arrival PATIO SHOP
jI I fckJeti and miss her now that she FREE DECORATING
has gone back: home. She ACCESSORIES '
made this trip ill alone by GIFT IDEASHOUSE
air and said she enjoyed
every moment of It and was
never afraid. Of course her
j 0 Liguslrum gallon size mother put her aboard in Co. B
umbus and her grandparentswere
Large Honeysuckle 7 5 waiting for her in Sara-
sots Her father Sergeant
Ci Henry Stephen S all, is on overseas OF FURNITURE
Copper Plant gallon site i duty at present but

i : Cindy and her mother are exiting 421 .S, TemUffil Tr. Venice
I : his return this fall. At Venice Shopping Center ,
j -0- .
1 Mrs1. Ted Rlehl gave a lovely -
"Pink Blue" shower at <
or
I j i SEAGRAPESqtsize. 35 her home on Paddington Road SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARSIMPORTANT

,I ,;I 1 1"r u4jj.r v 'a' Jut elfor week.her The neighbor party was Mrs giv . .3 '

? A ALL COLORS Leonard' SchulU of 170 Sand l'

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TREE $ | CA ((25o each: additional dreulng.) I RESTAURANT ft COCKTAIL LOUNGE-

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THE GLADES LUNCHES .... . . .. ..... ....,,J".... 750. 4 u P

Alain and$3.00 BAR & RESTAURANT CLOSED MONDAYS,...
REMEMBER! SR 77$ at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
S. Tamliml) Trill Just S. of Bill 1 Phllllpi' Ford I 'Rotary Meets Here Tuesday Noon. 41!-80

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ready The Driftwood Inn Restaurant' SMACK McDONALD'S

SOUTH OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD

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:. PHONE 488-1521 You'l) Enjoy| Our'Populr Dinner ........... From $1.00 SERVING/ BREAKFAST/ 6 tun.I .
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Methodist Youth The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie TTiurt., Sepf. :3, T M-f

I End Week With Banquet -I J,I j'


lit W" area 70 young art sharing Methodist in the n - youths from the three churches .
/hi the I
in
v.nlce-Nokomls Englewoodyouth are charge of each
Week program which\ night's devotions. Assisting
h with a bsnou tomor- her are Kathy Brannen, I II: I
doses at Craw Methodist 1 pf Becky Curry, Annette Goren-
IGIf night 1C flo, Harriet Ives, Janice J...
Church sup, Robert Merrill and Deb
+ ; Norm Owen Is deal Venice Center W. Venice Ave.
MSI having arrn",. bie Murphy Irvin Muhn is Shopping
01,,the faculty their adult advisor
with the II" In.
ed the program Miss Debbie Murphy la
Marches' of,the Venice three aponporln Nokomis chairman of publicity. Her RESTAURANT SPECIALSFRIDAY
assistants are Randy Bernice,
Mttha. '
Fnjlewood
Method's M eth. 1 K.h Roy Bernlus, Dorothy Blades,
Sht! nTheeRevErac.( Dtoklns.Bract Terry Brannen Chris Grams,
Beverly Jones and Tommy SATURDAY SUNDAY
JWbodM nastor. is di-
Pitcock. Roy Bernius Is adult.dvi.or.
He Is assisted on the .
rector.(finance J. L.committee Jones of bv Ven'ce.The' Food coordinators are Mesdames Shrimp Creole, Meat Balls Ham Steak or
ReV. Lloyd Murphy, Irvin
Nokomis Mpfho-i'st\ and The Muhn, Francois Ferrec, Baked ChickenComplete
Kenn.A. 0. Hardee, of Englei George Grtsdale Delbert and Rice and Spaghetti I
ltfethodft.MiSl
(! Barcus. Norman Parker and
Dinner)
(
Sandra Mitchell la Giles Miller. i ft

ed registration by. M'MM Geigley' chairman Lydia and Bohwin.Cirmen Norma assist-. sit I rY BACKTO I 82* 82( 99* t tI

Ow.n.Gu..t ','
speaker of the pro- BOTTLE OF 75's 93o Site .
pirn which opened Sunday COLLEGE
li The Rev Ed Montfort of
Fort Myen. He has been R I lit Springy CnMon ROLAID Tablets 53c
making" at 1:45: p.m. each Crepe Wedge Sole/ SAoetMOTORING
of the
tvtnlnt on a phase
Youth Week theme, "We I I
I Share Thy Purpose." $1.49 I Size .
The Rev. Richard Wilson of
Bradenton Is conducting two A SERUTAN Granules 92c I.
Neat courses on "Frlend-
ships and Preparation for (Gondolhr. .hota kr Burl )UtU*)
Datln," and "Dating and CHICKEN IN THE COOP It was Annual Youth Week this week at Grace Methodist i
preparation for Marrla" Church and here the youngsters are participating in a pattern dance. Miss Beverly 530 Size .
daily at 7:19: and S p.m. The Jones daughter of the Rev J. L. Jones, pastor of the Venice-Nokomls Methodist Church,
(lint Is for youth of Junior is at left doing the calling. Youth of Methodist Churches in the area participated In the
high age and the latter- for annual event. WERNETS 34c
senior high and older memo
hers The sessions Include discussions precede the guest and recreation program and Davis and The Mrs. Howard Proctor and ? '
and films. periods. The program Rev. Wayne Langford assoc Mrs. Harry Williams FLYING DENTURE CREME i
The programs open each closes nightly ot 9:30: p.m., late director of Methodist Miss Susan Van Deusen is '
inning at 8:30: p.m. with after the worship service. Youth Conference, led the chairman of tomorrow even ? I 'I
supper after which a "sing James Davis and Joanne first evening's program In,'. banquet. She is assisted WASTE BASKET '
tim." and announcements Cietck planned the recreation Davis left Monday to resume by Delores Blades, Kitty WALKING? wyi. ere ,,
his college work and members Grams, Pam Howell, Sharon sw
. __ __h_..._.. ..........- of the youth groups are Howell, Phyllis Mikesell, IN ,hALL Meld asses*ni...(.matt*. 1I.iwt. tin. At.wtH .
carrying out the week's recreation Glenda Mitchell Melinda
plans Muhn, John Pitcock, Paul SPECIALShoe. . . GGt
I Adult Youth Week advisorsare Smith Frank Winesette and
Roy Bernlus Sr., Mr. and Lynette Wise Adult advisors Jerry'sCOl1ifort
Mrs Irvin Muhn and Mr. and In addition to Mrs. Muhn, are
JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC. !7 Mrs. Harold Smith. Mrs Mrs Fred Gorenflo and Mr.
; and Mrs Harold Smith. Mrs TRANSISTOR Polisher
Lloyd Murphy and Mrs. Muhnare
'
nluranci Giles Miller is in charge of
i food chairmen. banquet food q TAPE RECORDER lottery...........Wit I ..."'... briU !
fsto61i.lted 1929 Accompanists for the musical Miss Blades Is chairman of ear ml 4 polishing clotbi.'
: parts of the programs are the worship service at which foot
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243 W. VENICE AVE.
? mf. mitral nil*. pub bitto ..p.es.tie. 3.49
VENICE FLORIDA > ., e.epk.N heck, Nghrw.l hel Tsp. SPECIAL. .
Select and Consult Independent I .d bm.et.e se Ned,
PHONE n Grace Methodist Circles in GENUINE
'Insurance Agent ai you|
488-4791 would your Doctor or Lawyer ;3 DEERSKIN SPECIAL 1999 TRAVEL IRON .
1
Will Meet 8 16 "
Sept. $12.95 IMIpOCf.Masvp etram. flush, .gtifw.lghtSPECIAL mi _

- September circle meetingsof onsen of 329 Ponce de Leon '
the Woman's Society of Ave Devotions by Mrs. Etta UDICO ELECTRIC 1.88
. .
Arthur and by Mrs.
Christian Service of Grace program
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Methodist Church will beheld Carl Coleman. CAN OPENER
,
on Sept. 8 and Sept. 16. Esther Circle, 2 p.m., at TRANSISTOR RADIO ,
S EARLY AMERICAN S CONTEMPORARY The tuesday meetings will the home of Mrs Arthur .
be: Swanson of 429 Park Lane An.1 .
TRADITIONALLet
Naomi Circle 9:30: a.m. at Drive. Devotions by Mrs. try gaalseeebl..w ecsaMceles. u> style your favorite vase the home of Mrs. Delbert John Robinson. heavenlyDeerEase H4 lifts |
Li or ceramic Into beautiful lamps Barcus of 106 Lilac Lane, Miriam Circle 2 p.m. at wer ,_. I..... a ",
a Venice Gardens. Devotionsand the church officers serving .Hares .to. ..._-,.., SPECIAL . 7.99
K wimy: Reifying! program by Mrs M. B. as the hostesses Devotionsby tMtfw* HMty.tf.ty.
All Lamp Repairs; Paschal Mrs. Marie Marshall and cmmractlM.SPECIAL

Word by Enpertencad Designer andCraftsman Rebekah Circle, 10 ..m., at Shaffer.program by Mrs. Harley COLORS: . t FILLER PAPER
hohme of Mrs. Ben Moats
the
Lois S at the BON WHITE
Circle p.m.
of SOS Beatrice St. Devotionsand home of Mrs. E. G. "Dan" BROWN BLACK j r.' I II
SHOP INC. program by Mrs. Stanley 300 SHEETS )
THE LAMPLIGHTER Collins Boone of 830 Riviera St. Devotions NATURAL 9" I-HOL. 53

204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA Grace Circle 1:30: pm. at William and Kruger.program by Mrs. Size.: 5 to I 11 I LIa 500 SHEETS ,.?....,. 77* I ;i'''
All WidthiJerry's
the home of Mrs. O. K. Sim- Mary Martha Circle will
meet on September 16, at the Y
CIDM.J home of Mrs Andrew Wise
$1.00 Size
man of 9 Concord Ave., with
Mrs Barney Simpson servingas
co-hostess. Devotions and SHOE COMFORT SHOP OLD SPICE 61cSTICK
program will be given by .. .
Awes prow..e
Mrs. Robert Gamble.Don't .. Orth.....< chew
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MOTORS INC. as.w w WK kOTtfbMk.SPECIAL . ;, 9 fl J ,J' ?
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1500 'Sooth Tamloml Trail Venice ,Phone 488-6745 .. 1 ,,: ; bi

Bond While Supplies Lad; Federal Tai Where ApplicableI ilw +
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SAVE !16c FISCHERS SAVE 25c Asst. Flavors
SUPERB SEABREEZE Grade A FLORIDA

I. Ale 0. Beer Chelc Drinks Ice Cream
Lge1 Eggs


I II Cans 6 12 Pak OL 7ge .15 I 3 Cans 02. $1 00UIIIIt Nall GalL QC aoLqq C


Limit Two With Otbor Purckaias

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I FREE"' This Week We Will Be Closed All Day


t / Marcrest(Dilation LABOR DAY, MON., SEPT 7th


' FUTURISTIC PATTERN Open Regular Hours Tuesday, September 8th

r fi DINNER IMIT ONI YOUR CHOICI WITH$S OR MORE ORDER


if{ / KNIFE Collee 14k.FOYERS SAVE CM 59Ctft 1 w' 49c

0 wmt COUPON !110M IOOIC AND 24c
C tl 01 MOIl rooo 0ID11
r I ...._ M v....... Cwlw. .... Kw. IwlclM MIT ONI WITH$5 OR MORE ORDER-COLONIALSugar
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I l VENICE FREE 50 EXTRA 20:::

STORE TOP VALUE STAMPS
CABOT BRIQUETTES OF HARDWOOD
With Coupon and Pirdum of SUPERBRAND

: ..,--- ONLY Cottage Cheese 2* &. 55c LLI"
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I :' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Clip iT TOP! .VALUESTAMPS TR. C oa 30.f .

SAY 25 THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT Valuable .""."'
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w t, .Pears. . 3 UIIIt T\rN $100 Coupon c..,.V.DoI 1hrv iM.1 HAWAIIAN .
, RED or YELLOW
"r IAVI*f AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK AND A ANY WI".DIXif" 01 KWlI Hrl! WD BRAND Fresh Eros.

Be ans. . 3 No.Umit 300 Six Cam 25 ........u .. _ PUNCHFREE
100 EXTRA Govt. Insp. Grade "A" 46.!. $I OD
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Can
I .,",' Clorox . . UmltTWI Half' CaL 29c TOP VALUE STAMPS Whole Or Cut Up ugh '

SAVE 6t THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes With Coupon and fmAttt of$2 or Mora

I & . limit 303 Four Can; 10c SCHOOL SUPPLIES

SAW k DEEP SOUTH HAMBURGER

'I ,.:4 SIL Dills . 2Jifc: 25c' Clip t t TOP EXTRA...VALUI..rawwwr.rI STAMPS FRYER
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I t SAVE lOc CRACKM GOOD ValuableCoupon SO$2. Morerf

-rf Treats . I-U.LJ./t/ PIli Twe, 25c c.._V.M SUPPLIES Tkn f..*.I
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SAVlic HUDSON TABU

Napkins . 70 Limit CL Two PIIg. 8c W-D BRAND Frtih Froz. Cov't Insp. Graift A t
SAY 10 DIXIE DARMNO WhlH Sandwich I loaf

Bread. . 2 i%Loafs 39c FRYER PARTSDrumsticks

I IAVllo.umlDDBIl . . . u.. 49c 2$
12P' Lb Licit
Raisin Cremes : 39c Fryer Thighs . . u. 49c Four

l Breast with Ribs . u. 59c
FR 0 ZE'N :f'QOD', .
1: Fryer Wings . . u.. 29c
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) SWANEON FROZEN MEAT Fryer Gizzards. . u*. 29c
t DinnersBIKDStYE . . '. Each 39 1

, FROZEN SPEARS OP r
W-0 BRAND t a c "
Broccoli . . Pkl. 29c LEANER,FRESHER

CYPRESS GARDENS FROZENLemonade. GROUND. } s s

j . 9 Cu 99c BEEF sI

I :I, TRIASUXIISU FROZEN BREADED PiniburyorBonard'aBiscuits
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. . . 4s en Cans 39c
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ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRIED MiN Wisconsin Longhorn '
'; Potatoes . 4 i'11. $100 Cheese . . . 10 et.Pkg. 49c I f
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Pkgs. Palm.tto Farms Potato. ,Cob Slaw, t. t
t I" I .. Macaroni
Salad . u II. cup 39c
FREE 450 Extra ,MORE MeAT'' VltOES. !', Polm.no Farms PlmUnto. '

I ,;'II TOP VALUE STAMPS Krcrffa Cheese Spread . u ... cup 59c Tomatoes 19
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BRAND U.S.CHOICE
'! I WhM Yon dip lot Rd M Al TlioVababb Chez>< Whiz . 8 0..Jar 39c .. .. .
;d I eo.,.. In ThIs AJ Chuck Steaks . . l" 69C Suporbrand Sliced Natural GOLDEN YIUOWFresh '.'10- :'
I SMALL,FRESH,MEATY PORK Swiss Cheese. . 6 OL Pkg. 35c Corn
) EXTR4 ears .;59c
Spare Ribs I i u. 59 FIRM '
I TOP VALUE STAMPS. . . . JUICYNectarines .
t c.: --=- ARMOUR STAR Viking Heavy Duty Galvanized
IttfC awlu ta'4h89c' IB. 1 1II 19c
, I ..... ..w::...... Bacon . . 49CCOPIUND'S Garbage Cans SEEDLESS TOMPSON
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II iJ: . Skinless Wieners 12 e!. Pkg. 39'COPELAND'S Each $199 Grapes . ib.9c!
I E TR, Plcklo t Piml.nto,Ollvo or FANCY SWIET
TOP. VALUE .. High Quality H sphal.r..arw..w.
i 1:1 a ., Sliced 29l Prune "ib.7
: I.ItPotato.s 39cCw Bologna 6..PI. Bed Pillows)) Plums ] <
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FILLETS OF RUSSET
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AMY WINK tUXIt O UWIrCNtr $199
Cod or Perch . . u. 39' .Each. ..... PolnlnA 5 A 49c
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STAMPS VALUI STAMPS I EXTRA
TOP VALUE
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Steak C"ddd' 0..1
y1 Slriok+ ma 5100Cwlw AfkSehce IL 591Coup. Starlx 99At VATOP. ' '
ChIps ::. 59c
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{ A'ANY" WINNDIXI 01 KWIK CNIKI Y.Id Thu. I .._Y.Id n..,./qA. lAt ..V.Id I1ww'opt.. .. .
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> > The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Trwr. Sept. J
I,1" ._ 1964-11
,\. Legal Legal

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'I. lit THSl cIRCUIT COURT Ol THSJ IN Tile CIRCUIT COURT Or ThIS
I 1"I TWEUTTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN TWICLFTM: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
AND FOR SARA80TA COUNTY' AND FOR sARASOTA COUNTY, $200. DOWN .1 j
"",, ,, 5 KLORIDA, IN CHANCERY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.: '
tALPH LANRICRI. JR., r.RACE HKMNA: : M. UHSTIAO, 3 Br 2 Bath Ducted Oil$ Heaf .Terr. Floor ; !
..- -- AGNES LANUlIiJt.t: e.. "OHN I. A line( ). POTMHI, -Generate I
I 'PW :lLAJR, .. TN..... PlaUilUf.
....,a"".. CASK NO. 17MO Drive-Car Port-Semi Eneloied City Water and Sewer. !
I CLASSIFIED Rentals : 5?.. n..1 On Beautiful Street In Venice. THIS 1'1
Help Wanted Legal .LYL..a. 0. IlEADOW" :.Sss50 CHARLES FLOYD MATLOCK.M A TLOCI at!..tt..tit at al an,* IS A STEAL I/1 I t tACT

PRIVATE: ROOM with bath WHITE Doftndail.NOTICE OtfandaMa.NOTICS' FAST I
I HATESas 305 Glen HOUSEWORK cook. u vms f"llIourr Coua 0' usa
Oak Venice OF SUIT
Oar. jog TWILrPI or SUIT'
for 2 adult. ( "UDJCI4L conceiT IN
Transportation I
dens. Phone 4884000.FURNISHED AND roe IlAAAIOT4 Suit t* roratloao' Contrast fat Salt To I
Ra". both Thursday necessary. 488-1SJ8 "LORlDo\ IN tIl4NCIIY.COUNTY TO 1TLE 0. MEADOW (CHARLES MATLOCK and HATTIICMATLOCK ROBERT P. MERRILL Realtor
hI'9' Edition" Unfurnished"Seasonal WILLl4" 4. 114IU'AW ... Yo, a.. booth Mtlflod tOot a COMplaint kutbtnd' and wlfa, FLOYD
or ranuu. NAMMAN .... .. for Dotlarawr. Us.. for an MATLOCK and JUAN1TA MATLOCK.
or yearly 2 bed. WAITRESS WANTED. Phone ... wII... < Ii 't.nrt-: oatomont sirs Uio )ho...... and wlfa all partial. tlaltnln 127 W. Miami 488-1002'
$ room duplex '"N'0"- Wo-9963.. hum. proporlj bM bwg I (Intomt 5,. thnnifh' ..,dsr tr 'wain.!
Ph. OASi 340. Hilt' C$5.4.a.5RU.$ you to vlti aid Charlai attori l., NatO I Matloik.Fiord 1
488-3323 after five. WE NEED __ That put of th. SVi of BEI/I: of M.tlook, Ju.nlta M.tlocli. or any
((12 word minimum, ) Licensed Real Es. I'I'IV'' ; 'AiKO Ia' MARY L NW1/4 of 5... II, Town.hlp M ont or nora of .' "and all aartlwhavlnff
1 Word. lack' 6c 4 ROOM Furnished Cottage tat. People. New class by PASSO..bsO.M ... '40e. :rat. JUntt M Eart lylni Nortk: tr tlllmlnc( : kav. any Hvht, I
ddition.1 ; Kathleen il. S. Hl.hww I 41 |f.inlu.lTrail title or (aSsist In Ikt projwty ktnliCoontr. .1.I. .
on Donna :Bay Phone even. WUklnwn to tart lSISaeda.Ia ) and Boulhoutarly.. of that Barrett Approved Ruberoid "
logs, 488-3801. Thursday Sept. 10 at 262 tain owk fknrlni tlirauib III.IiWI ;i"t'.54, a.,. of '"' ON 'orohtra" Approved I
ASH r7tei. both Thursday South Trail. John boric cr SUIT /. Bf Stl/4 ., XWI/4. wbhhrook '..... $555 a "III of oom.I.'a' a.fsr..t I
MqLaury ....
a .Ua. and flon Into tho S .r&oIa 5.00505" for -
and Monday Edition "vlli'VJS. I.loa"*" rrt.ai Real Estate. Phone t8 -5351 SUIT 1'0 roaacLosa" CONTRACT Mrakka Wnr and furtlur doiorlood Ski folloof.i 4.rlb.d
Mr. .......... Irr.Ir.Th.t
III. roe aa.s vo, erava .., : :
or 488-5698. pAaao M f01 town Boil M point $> ft. lof 55 sasu.4* 4.10.557 I
$$1.40 __!* se. LOU jACoits. tti.oif MAItT k. fASKO. kutwnt sod eIf Bait and U foot North of SW oof.of portlos. of Sari Iplol: On .... mm :dJHIJ.., 14i C4:
15 5rsJ.' ':'' 5e.-e hr SVi of SE1/4 of NWI/4' (Midpoint sea Florida. Nwtk and to
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FURNISHED APARTMENTS PILOTS 'AIIto: 5, Ior : ,.Jd eTrvd / bilni. lo _air of orook.) Wool of abs arock pracroulni on '
| word minimum) reasonable.! Walk to sad MAST R, FASKO, *rforicjoit aS's UIMM Nortkwaitorlr ahmi oontor of tin followlni oowrIM prapMlytA : UI 'SEAt ON tIvi
((12 beach MALE OR FEMALE: a.. or at .
sham s.d .11 artl. nM onok to Intoraiotloi) wltk Nortk part of tht Nortbout '/' oftht
and shopping. Call 488-3447. needed for 11001..e or .1o..la.. to .ha's ... .1.101, II... ... *H .< SB1/4 of NW1/4I Nortkwttt 1/4 of the Southwort -
A..M AII.CIP tnoe 'ft .)uIt..h..io 1. Evenings, 4742389.TRAILVIEW dally plane tour t.tllo 1._, la 110. pe.t us.-. .. toss, Jut: aloni Mid Monk II.. sit sic of Sootloi II T" n.
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"' 0' IIII from Venice Air Base. I. rlllM I ,. 011'II' Bouth, M But
... tit.iCr".. II.a,IMOI.h'fl.. to I.ala I have 500 hours and Florida Must Y.... .... _. 'of .... a'snvUflM "....... of foot war. s lint or of IMO.Tmmlaml to Nortk Trail rlrht(U. do>.,..... at follow Ranit stoolS.. at LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. .
usa .,. I..ntoa dI.-tMr. APT. for rent dlo& a bItS 01 saspt&lnS 10 *. Hlihwar 41)) th.... Southwoit- tilt tonttr lln.( of tho Interntloa *-
''or....1... ."Mr' of la ..t. ISus by year. Completely furnlahed. Real Estate License. IMMED a mfttl I. xmlniet. for "It .,l. alonf( Mid No. h (I.. of Taml.ami . of two roidt ...t..aWdN JOHN C. BENNETT I ,
I lor 'If III. lioacloJlor P. O.I . IATE TOP EARNINGS. Call '" 1.10. tall_." ....1.... peaty Trail to point on tho South 55.. ....ft. U. S. 41 Md Florida' ,v
aumber ''a ....11. '" .111'-' Automatic heat and teetM. h, sntoto Cwnit,. FlorltU. of SH: of oil'4 of NWI/4 and Mft 77T raiptctlvthand" prnowdinf Complete RooflngContractor
air-conditioned. 1000 958-1187 collect for appoint- 5 5501' Bait of EW onrnor of B% of KMtwIy. atent orator of road
Sq. ft. Loll f ..< S, Rio. ... ., .. SPRAY COATING '
On ment. St. VEKICB BBI/4 of NW1/4I, Nth II V. B. 41 111 I ftot thon South : I
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY J!:l. Tampa St., close toItor. BY-WAY SUBDIVISION., H ft. to plan of wtlnnlnt) l_ tho (..&1 fort to U.. .... of rltht..
... Tel 488-1321. fly' thmof on CIte ni ,( followlni 01....'.... traota of (landi f-way of aatd road at point ofbwlnnlnll On Tile, Atbeito and Built Up Roofs
",i Edition; p.r Inch. .$3,0(1(I ACTIVE REAL ESTATE of .,54. .l la PI.t l Rook .. r.n si.n .. .....1. at point on )Intonontlon of tOss: 'Soutborly HIT Nolomit, Fl.. Ph. 488-5913 I
inch ,$3.50 I 2 BEDROOM fins want live-wire licensed P bIl 5.-4. .r 5rs0t3 North' (It.. of S<4 of BE1/4 of fee moro or Ion, to moot 50.ioht.of !
Ih Editions, per HOUSE unhirnished. Ca0tJI. P'lor1d.. I
i NWI/4 800. H-t -10 ..d tho Nortk rl -m" limit) of rod Florida
Plenty room for real estate salesman.. Reply h... I.,, fId) ...1." ... . ..e. rQuln4 Stabs of way ii". of U. S. Hlithway 177, 'h..... Northwoitorlr, j
J. C. Box 746 . to Mm MDT of 41, 'h.... llonf ....ht..t....' of road Flor.
children VenIce.Personals. rour awM Southmotorly alone Mid
and ..
el ifi l ad. payable' 'In pets phone 488- pU. .dlii| to Ui. bill of ( TTT, 114 "bM
,,II| ''' ion- rltht of w. H. 100 ft.I tbenM \\a: er ,
,I.r.a .t.I.'i.. :::: PLANNING TO BUILD :
established I 6781. oa 0. fMMittMtoraor, with an ...1.i of It dnrrooi to rliht 1 Intmoct of A HOME? r i
vinci* except BLAla AND/ DBAN. lit N.a run ISO It. U,.... with .. ...I. of road V. I. 41', .h... Eutorlr
ounH. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE sv- Veal.... f!*,**.. .u tile the 10 dwrooi to rlrtt.. ran NorUuojt.orly alo.. tbo rlihu> .... of road Before you decide tee our r
on the rMinl l ... *.'l In tht of and parallol 'to hlihway( to point U. a. 41. Ml fM noro or 1.s. to MODELS IN
water. Nicely furnished. fts .1 ':S '* .o"" *. Cffcult Ctart. 0 n tho" North boundary. of Mid IB':':* t.. point of ....'.nln.. Twollitr t

CANCELLATION or NPC. Phone 488-3881. LOSE WEIGHT safely with FIotd 5saave.;on Count.. b.Courtlwuo.for* thVlith Swuot.U, o?! of SKI/4 sid of North NW1/4M.....(..I..th.no.-" la p Eutwltk hit, hM with...tho. fllod(ImproTtmnta...1..., yon. thtrton.and yon art VENICE EAST ,

ADJUSTMENT new Dex-A-Dlet Tablet. .., RHO. If ys f.ti 5 4 S of .boxlntilnt. And .IMI t.:'. follr inj r.4ulrod: :: to otrvt a out your aniworor
Mobil HomesTWO Only 98 cents. Dick & Meadows 1 jodisasa b daf5,15 will .h. tiks, traot of land I .(..1. .mint at In- plMdlni I to tht. bill( of oomplilnt on 'l
.nquas+s for eaneellatlon . ai.Ioot, you tar 11Io rollot ......... '.",1Ot1oa ... North U.. of .',. or PlalnUtra attornv Blair and 6 miles South of Venice
Pharmacy. I I. h bits of '. ." Dun, 117 Nuiaa Stroot Vonloo,
111:1.1:
NWI/4 BR.
.r idiuitment, beeauie of errer TRAILERS for Thd notlM shall b< vublbhol, OHM too North rlo-ht of Sap M-lt-IO.SO,. 0'ind U. Florlila and fll.,, tha original .n..... on the Ttmtaml; Tr. (U.S. 41)) '
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Lit ba made for Thursday rent h wwk for four (oniMutlvo w..ki t. ""h.., 41 i Tarn'ami( 1 rail)"I or ploadlni I. tOo offlet of tht Clark.
BEFORE each 2 bedroom. Both on Lost I. Tho VBNICS OONDOUEK 'h, South IT dao', . \\oat alum of tho Circuit Court Suraiote. County BUILDERS OF MEDALLION
ONDOLIER 5 p.m canal Inquire 40 Hatchet DONS and ORDUED M ran.; "* tha laid rliht of way I I.. (on ft. CounkouM, Sonoota, Florida en or HOMES
Monday. For Monday GON 'Iorl., dill 'sO <.., of A..... 1X4. for a point of bailnnlnfl Ih.... halo.. the, loth day of Sqtombar. ,
Creek Road Venice Bay ..... .. .... 1N4. If fall to do ,
.. : W. A. WYNNE:, Cl.rk N. I. WM lea ft.) yea to judiraontThit '
HER BEFORE S p.m. en Trailer Park or call 488-3054 LOST RED BOOK titled (n..." 1Jou... e.a.t. Oounlr, thonoo ...., tT ..,.-. Wool Mlft to 'd.ott sill .ho tuko ...I..t yon, ; "GUL'f'
"Oil\ Well Supply Hand PtIda" I tOo... South at dnrwo Eut .for.. tho .lief.. .....a... la u.. bill 01 I
urtdy. .nlol.
Hr JANB/ .. tho North rl.ht of . '
OUIMMO w r I II.) of
PHONE Wanted To Rent book. Phone 4884408. I loutr Cl.rk.' Mid( U. B. Hlihwar( I dI.... Nor.In.eantorlr notlo. .hall ba ,obll.h", onotauk
BLAIR AND REAM alon* Brii/ W. : "'", Jso. 184 tNt 50 taM to point ef In Tht VENICE GONDOIIICR.001I. .CqNSJRUCIQN
488-3125 MOTHER and eight-year-old SOLITAIRE EMERALDRING Attom ra :pr."U'III": (. and. Ordmd at ......... Flor.
and diamond wedding SIT N..... 5Us$, .t':0'ar* raoulnd to wno a wry Ida. Uill 7tk day of ANvil, 1164.Piputr ,
son wish 1 Bedroom, Furnished P. 0. Box 1671, of ,, W. A. WYNNI. C50rl. COiM PANY
.io..o o. or ( Ugald .
ring NokorrWs ... I
or preferrably unfur. on Beach off Vtnlet. Florida oonplilnt on .ttF ..I at.tomey. rl. Court, Sarasota Coooty.
nished house. pavilion. Reward. Contact the PuBii.li: Aur. u. 00. tr. ...... I. i 1511. .. Blair and O. Bol 'IOI'lda.D I
Lots For Sole Prefer near Gondolier 1675. 817 N..... ,.... V.nio. Flor loa. Gulm_
beach. Call 488-838B after 6. Newspaper. ,.,,.... .... ida and fll. th. original, an..., orplcadlni Cl.rk.
.n. .Dnanft... .UP'... BLAIR AND DEAN' P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740
--.y. vpv. .A. """ 5 In tho offleo of U.. Clerk) of Venice, Florida
ON tho ', a1.i W. Euiont Wllllmna, J,., ,
Circuit Court
MTERFRONT abort
seawaiied. watod
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| beat basins, watervicw. Al- Misc. For Sale Business Personals CITY WATER;OF LINe VENICE. ylxJrUCANoUo. or 1W4 boron UyoufIItodo.o.d.osb tbo II day of ... ...,..d.on.,., 117 AtU, >rn Nauau... for BtroM Plaintiff, .

o Venlc Gardens. E. I... KU-- b turotv fault will( .b. 540. ... .." you and for Vtnloo P O.' ,BOE riorlda.1171.
(Iran thai .. .,
TRUMPET. B flat purnant U.
>n, Bayshore Drive. N oko- Holten RUBBER STAMPS made to lo Ordlnuut and/or Molutloiu DONE!: AND nand.d OHDEREO(In Mid..oompltlnt.(. Publlthl A... II. 10. IT, Swt I. llll
his, Collegiate. Excellent con. order. Overnight service. wrtlofort: adopMd br It, Uio CItE '10.,... thb ., B.ruoU, '
dition; 10. CLARINET B Office, personal pocket or .Cojjn.ll".old ft SOc vAtS.Lit k of.rin va.L( at..,th.r-lorida.city W. A.IT WYNNB d of Auru.t.Cl.rk7 1H4. Venice BOAT INSUBANCE\ ? '
mores RPSIDFNn flat : : : Clroult Court, SaratoU .
lOTS Baronet also excelent stock 4881432. 5.55 '" '' G"T " 5.psaovb.y' M. County

I OWNIS\rNIC, LOU BUSINESS JACOB BITKHI 4<.."If I condition, JSO. Boy'i English 51 lv..,hrh't....TXSSf..y": :' .=h:oil 1 Florida.Byt J.... Rulmmo. DEPENDABLE '

BIKE 24-inch Schwinn Traveler .1 ( rnort. of prop.rUr to bo auouud for"v&sirirxr'iifz '.""ah, Aui. 10. 17. HPI.. *. It II'.. Yes sir!
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$25. Ph. 488-2110. CREDIT CARD :,4"hi $ : :"" DRYWALL .I]

Real Estate .h.... I. .otaIl OIl tho ssa.mst NOTICE 0' JNnNTION SERVICE
8 MM ELECTRIC!: MOVIE FORGERY INSURANCE Nil, Oft tlio la 50. .11I_ of III.r TO JUoGIIiTER FI(71'ITIOU8 SeAMS __ j
cut C. W. Curwood .. ". "
ATTRACTIVE HOME in Gulf MM Camera Bell ,&35 Howell MM Kodak 8 Protect your liability due ., ::5:0.&a. t :. :E:=to Tht undtnlfn.01 do h...., ,.tir, P5 CaH me today Sat ,

] View aectlon of Venice. Jfir. Camera beaded projectorand to lost or stolen credit .a- to tho .....a... of PI......, thmfor., that I..r.th.....y h..I.ira _conducting., Launl.a F.Gtntral..., und > the Personal Touch I I
screen
". 3 baths, $28,500. E. L. cards. $10,000 "'! -5>" tht aiWMint Unraof. '
coverage, $28 r tht fletltloui itarnt or U M. 5'.of.fit .
488-3366. Tbo Council .
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lion, Bayahori Drive, Noko- three years. For full particulars .... ou nil, tin,. to ".... ths..rts wlth..t '..rIII.or firm It tompoaod of the following( ( yar
SEARS MOTOR CYCLE. stop t in or call RM45 of ".. ... .Iano th._,. toni ...... sass. and plaoai of rtf
Good tires and running; con- a JOrd., ., 0.. CIty c.uaoll$ of 1.10. Id,.. art la follow
lUST DO SOMETHING EDGEY5nOESDALEAGENCT ., ... .
dition. O'' V..I'Iortllo. M Promt, Banhort a Lint,
I For sale of rent Only -75 00. 4881231. LauroL Fla.Mlnnlt .
completely SASsY W. BAOER. f rTofflt. ....h... LI....,
Einiihed Apt. 102 Town 10 HP. JOHNSON Motor $80, 118 W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 psahtIh ...... 5 City... Clork.50. ID84. UuroU. Fla.Ownonhlp .
louse of L. M. Profit Inturanit
Venice
Ave. Venice
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Gold brocaded J
lounge chair , 4"..., U .. follow
fll. Phone Sarasota 824-6231 Ottoman foam cushions. $45. IN TrTB t'OtrII'TJUDGIC'I COURT 1.. M. Prafflt( 10 vw ami.Mlnnlt "
llUBougslnvillea IN i Profflt to ..... .
Sarasota. Phone 488-4461. AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. p r
1- Dressmaking, alterations, It .It our Inltntloa to applr$ to 0..
RIVATE draperies, ete. Reasonable IN 'VAT,.R..rtINPBOBATB- CI..kof tht Clrtult Court)In and forSaratota
PARTY late
wajita
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I J 2-WHEEL!: TRAILER 6 ft 481-1130 EARL ORIGOS, 01.. nil Count L, riorlda to roflturtht ,
!or 4 bedroom home West in-,' Mid sums W. rro/lt lniur.no.Afoner
ft I Trail, Have :2 I Bedroom. 2fith Good |40; 8-inch bench nndtr U.. .....10.. ., Chap*
NOTiri TO CREDITOR ur tOWl, Law. of Florida. Am of
on Harbor Drive to trade iaw, like new, Complete $"; 1'0 All. CUDITORi' AND' OTHER IMI.
111. Box 2M, Venice, Fla. Small paint spray outfit like SHEPARDLUMBER PERSONS HAVING C L A 1M' WIIrI_ oar hoods< till) SI day. of

new. Complete $40. Phone AGAINST... nil ABOVe ESTATE: Auras II6a. L. M, FROrTIT.MINNIl .
IMUST: DO SOMETHING 483-4336. CO. .,ivi"fll. oar hre.1".1.1.: ."WI"M. or d.m.nd.on' "o"1"whleh J. PROFFTTrubll.hl 'k1

nie For Esplanade.iale] or rent, Apt. 203 -PianosStelnway -* $1003 N. Washington Blvd. r,:-..-mv. ....han.- ._.atilmt,'" "." tht..tp. Mid JOdi',aitotoJaraoota ., Aor.-IT. *". $. 10. 17. IM4." .

Draperies Countr. '1o,1da, / '
in th. ,
Sarasota Courtoouit -
furnished Will rent furnish- Knabe Everett i .. Saruota, Florida, within ill NOTIOE -t..0,0 .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNS
id or unfurnished or sell George Stock Winter Cable call 0.(I'.) tlltndar fIst Bonlht from th. ..... of ' .: iirOtt

make us an offer. Phone Sar. I Nelson Fayette S. Cable I ELLIOTT PAUL .tack alai. ..Wblloatlon w _..at. mull this nolle.ao hinllni Nolle i ,of li herny rtOKIUALAND firm of tht WEST In.tontloa It', e dog't life whan your

lawta (244239, 3115 BoujainIjjlea. Hallett. Davis for tho p1 I....I,0'auplttata.404.,.,. and aD' asS muit 4051 itauowrdln. INC.of a tho Horld.horolnafur eorpgratlon d wrlb, 'tht l owntr land-, home is over-crowded. Put your / U

Baraiota. Musette Players ROOF TRUSSES 544a 0' u.. .101..1, aad m.u bo to apply to tht Board of County. Com problem in OUR lap . S and

Pianola Player Alum. Windowi & Door. 5 SSOPS, hI. .15 to''::..0..'.'aIoIm.I I .111.$he.o.e hi. ":I mUtiontrt tht flat of;;r aj, County irS of tht to vaMtt ro.- store your extra furniture with

Houses Far Sale -OrgansAllen ..to b.. Claim '0"'., stop plat of HEIGHT ai tn Phone TODAY. ROSS DURANT .
Zxxwrey Contract Roofing & Painting loa btoln .l. from tt. Cwtj.dao plat I thtroof noordod j In Plat Bonk t, ui.
I offlM at 0.. CMttkoiMriiI SOhOuIo. Pan Hi. doierlbed mi follow., to sits
VENICE: GARDENS COMPLETE SELECTION OP Phone 488-2132 Venice LILLIAN" Lob 1. I I II, THINK OF
MONTAQUE. lI.a'A": t.'IOi
WTERFRONT REBUILT RECONDITION. oeutrlx of th. E.UI.: llao(1&( I, 416 Mahon Dr.
$$18,000 _J .. .. ,_ 40BOONL 4, I. I and 10, Block BI and Lot
I bedroom 2 til* bath., ED AND FULLY GUARANTEED MARSH un.*'I8I-HOKDING 1. t. i. r.0'r:7: : I of Block 0 Venice Ph. 488.2441 '
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shower off PIANOS AND TYPEWRITERS and Adding 750,545'. Pv .. C Llrh' of tht ;' H.lghu u .
Master bedroom SaUdlas. ,... :
V",. 'Iortda, _rd d In Plat Book T, 15
Built-in stove and oven with ORGANS Machines (mechanically operated 4t....'..,.* for bonitrix.PuolUbt Publlt. Roaordt" of Barawto Coun."wflllAMg. .

matching refrigerator and FROM $125.'J'larlda' ) Chemically cleaned, Au,, 17, i.e.. I, i,. 1T, 1M<. PARKER HARRISON ,
tlng Largest Music Co. like new. Just $12.50 plus 4 DIETZ.
In
space kitchen.
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Screened porch with button.J CANNON MUSIC CO. part If required. All makes. Attornnt By I JamM for L. Rltohw FLOH1DALANDWEST. I ?< !lterS' '
Venice 211 W. ,
Stationers
*J thades. As low as 1301 lit St., INC,
$ Ope. Florida Theatre Venice Ave. 488-6113. Itla diat. Strott,
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down plus closing ......to. riorlda. : ,
Costs Open Thurs. Fri. till 9 p.m. Pnhlliht Swt I, It 5504. I ,'

CASH PRICE"*14.110O.00 Phone 858-1019 Pets I

!WRON 4SZ 2 McGLYNN Realtor FUEL OIL TANKS stands I AWAID-WINNINO OISION DISTINCTIVE lARGER

Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Fuel oil deliveries. S&H I BIRDS BOARDED. Also bird

ROOM Green Stamp .Standard supplies. Mr*. Kolsa, '488- pp Hew.flilSA? wfV0rV Estate 111
1* bath l. util'y. .
rce
it' screen porch .Alrxwn- Heating Service. Across from I 58 0. aReal CornerD H

shinnIng 1 best deep well. fire station.;;4884081.APACHE.

f"101 water, S. Venice Blvd. -- Autos For Sale

wluie .. 4884U4 or 4882630. !: I
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BY OWNER. World' best bunt best 1861 CORVAIR MONZA. 4peed ALL OVER SOUTH COUNTY .

I led.X bedroom.Completely CB with fur- selling camper trailer. floor shift. Excellent I VENEZIA PARK SECTION LOTS AND LOTS OF LOTS!
demonstrator sale condition. Low mileage 488-
Priced Income efficiency apartment. now Special going on. Little money 6185 until: This Ideal family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large Water Front or Upland Sorrento Shorei Venetian I

seen to be reasonably. Must be down and low bank payment family room living ree>m, elec. stove, refrigerator Gardani Laurel Nokomis Venice Venice Gardens I

: 1-2306, *pprecUtedPnont *.. Used diihwasher Close to schools and shopping. center. City Venice East South Venice. ,

CAMPER'S WORLD, Trucks_ water, sewer and pavsd treat. SUPER SPECIAL TO BUILDERSL .

8 BEDROOMS,, 2 Bath air- 100 N. Washington Blvd. 'INTERNATIONAL R-l$8 Babe's Plumbing Co. Price $14,500 terms 6 LOTS IN EASTGATE

conditioned C.B. House in (Opp. Mass Bros,)
New tires fc
Venice Gardens. Phone 488. Sarasota tractor. Paint. .....240% ...-.5282'It.dto GULF REALTYWILLIAM
1'118! week days and,before 8 Perfect .$3385. West Coast FRANK C. RAEBURN

P.m. WeekMa and after Co. Truck Sal**, 3450 No. Wash Equipped TrgeliP. REALTOR P. TOOLE, Realtor

480.ITIO.i I. 1 Tri-County Equipment ington Blvd.. Sarasota (Ht 04'600-488.2&49' Bruce Thompson, Rena Cobb, Joseph Swee, Auoetafes i .

5 Ei BELL'RO. SARASOTA, FLA. 301 North). P. lot 454, NeUmttGREEN'S 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 214 S. Tamtami Tr. P. O. Box 935 Phone 438-4738 I

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J ck Repair iLT5 FUEL; OF FLORIDACORPORATION I INTERESTED
ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroo...2 Hydraulic .. Industrial!
baths Reasonable. OR Air Conditioned ..

Or terml.488-1474 P. O., Box 98.. VenIce5 Easy Female Help III! Member Chamber of Commerce 100' X 200' ON R.R. SELLINGYou're Central Sanitary Watar Sewer end :;

VENICE 'Wanted DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE SEABOARD AVE. Beet Valuei Are Screened Patio 2 Bedroom "; 1,I _ _

GARDENS 3 bed- Heating and Air I Bath Dwelling ; 'I1I
CoomI, 154 Conditioning . I _ _
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bathl. p.n.led !
Florid5 oman cathedral cell LIVE-IN OR DAILY house- Heating 6 Air Conditioning fnsfaffaffont KERMIT I L Well For Garden and Yard! \

fills, central heat. keeper. 2 children.: Must be S4I Shamrock Blvd. : \
UPOn request. 488-5397.Available dependable honest. Call 488. Gas Ranges Water Heaters MICKLETHWAITREALTOR M TOTAL PRICE $12,700H. i

1011 Free Estimates N. WIMMERS ; '.

NfL,! RICHMOND Construe- AVAILABLE for No Job Too Big! j ., ToeS Small. REALTOR I"" .
POSITION 801 I Laquna Drive
? CorP"Buckeye" t in _
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Ph. .
Venice(I r Gardens. Two bed. experienced secretary with 263 $. Trail, Venice 488-2271 488-4421 221_ W._ Miami_ _4885308GOOD _ I '
building Shorthand. typing
roomlll baths ducted heat firm r '

e4.Ind.eoMltlonln Isrig Lot graded,.and tile wedp'Mrete root.. 488-1350, bookkeeping for appointment required., WOLFER MOTORS Inc. BUYS '


Street, '"at., drive, paved Help Wanted RAMBLER 'DODGE INTERESTED ? CHOICE LOT IN VENICE GARDENS .. .. .. .. $1100 I b14
"w.r $14.730 MS) $. T.mmf| Trail 488-3965 -4134150
eompl .. 2-BEDROOM HOME ON WATER . . .. .. .. $15,750..1 i
Other Irdel Qcupsny trom 80 da)on.. MAN AND WIFE (no child. SPECIALIST .IN . H. N. Wlmmtrs Realtor Furnished 3.Room Apartment $65 Per Month Yearly i il r

)Our Phon. 488-1474.ta.1lJl ren) oa taker.. No cook 'ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, INSURANCEAgent ''j 0 .

tng. Yard and maintenance Brake Repair I Lubricate Chats! REAL ESTATE AND HAZEL I. CONN ,

Rentals work. Car necessary. Salary air- S Front End Alignment Oil Change for Western Union TaUgraph REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER I ?

and modern home fully Frent End Overhaul e Adjust Headlights BeamEl te I '
-i conditioned facing bay. Water I Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday ,GALE O. DUNN, AueciateTamtami i I
C Wheel trl al Repair
BalaaelrMi <
saw
wo pjaaa and! electricity supplied. ,CLOSED SUNDAYS PHONES.. ..
Trail
tnt Well furnished good Write M.. 3. Box 46. GIvOrefersfloo C Engine. Overhaul Any Automatic er Stand j .l

mcii v ilable Refined, ..1.past :position, S Rdt\Reach-s! and Trenwnlislon R a pairAlreondltlonlnaj' !HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN O. North ef Albee Rd. Bus. 488-3242 '
aqnro 1 'R... 4885994I th I
Notomis Fla.
length of residenc ,
Income .
n-Imokar. New fteoaln and
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Hr V.nlc., Ha. Monday( Augur 31 I, .1964II
,I Duck Season To

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: TALLAHASSEE: Florida's otier than mergansers may
; duck, goose and coot hunting nr t include more of the follow-
1
77t
II III season opens at sunrise Nov, nf species than: (a) two wood -It r
25 and will run 40 consecutive li I,cks; (b) two mallards; and ., I "
days through Jan: 3. Daily (r) two canvasbacks or two 4'T .
1 : shooting hours will be sunriseto dheods or one of each The __ _
sunset. P',ssesslon limit on ducks other
J I'' Under the final migratory than mergansers may not include __ ..1
hunting regulations framework more of the following .
just received from the U. S si cles. than: (a) two wood
1 lt', Fish and Wildlife Service, daily licks; (b) four mallards; and r A Lt'
_ /
bag limits for ducks will be en! .) two canvasbacks or two
I four, with a total possessionlimit idheads or one of each. '

,! NM\ aMMi of eight: Dally bag for The limits on American, red- ' .j:fy r i'e lyat
1. M geese will be three, with a pos breasted and hooded mergansers -
session of six. Daily bag for in the aggregate of theses
rLwL coots will be 10, with a total t/ecies, are five daily and 10
possession limit of 20. bl possession, of which not
II The daily bag limit on ducks more than one daily and two
bl possession may be hooded
I Jerry Urankar mergansers '
I
Duck hunters south of State ,r 1 e '
Load 50 will be allowed to have I .
four Florida ducks in their -- Oondollw. phot .br Ch.rta ; ;|
Class A WinnerIn total bag of four Last year the HIGH POINT WINNERS at the EnglewoodBike ty Clubs Perry Walter, center joined
It Florida duck classified Rodeo held last at Calhoun two In cool drink awarded
(Gondulln photo by 'na," Xoeh) was Saturday a tall by
MOSQUITO CONTROL DEPARTMENT of solution, as needed. A peak month may require along with the mallard and Field] were Darla Moore. 11, and Tim Hoop, Dairy Mart. Perr owns the bicycle 11'f f'
Sarasota County has been kept busy the 2,300 gallons of kerosene and 750 LVWGA EventWednesday's black duck and hunters were 14 Each received a wristwatch and trophy which Tim scored his victory.
I 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_Safe-__
>, frequent rains Phil Gernhard, right, checks three is shown working at Perry and Broad-
ditch water for larvae and Homer Causey way Avenues, In Englewood. low net tourna-
follows with a of Jet fuel or DDT ment, a regular weekly event I
up spray TamiamiContinued
\, -. by the Lake Venice Women's i Trail Road Of Enchantment
,
Golf Association at Lake Venice -
Nine Deer Golf] Club, was won by Jerry -
Day Hunting Urankar She shot a 38 to ( from page 1)) a few fishermen along the canal always thought of the Ever. reach it best by turning south t:'
i take both Class A and the field. ann of autos from Tampa to It is said the wide canal glades as thousands of square on State Highway 27 to Homestead
Second place in Class A wentto Miami. with stops at all the abounds in Bream, Bass aid miles of wavy saw grass the and then southwest to the "
r ', Season Set In County Olive Amell with a 39tt!!. towns and cities along the way Catfish, and by a special rulIng knowledge that the western park entrance where there art :t
Emma Manning was first In for welcoming speeches. people can fish with a cane gateway as well as the southernmost fine overnight aCCommoda.II!
Class B with a 39H and Leila Venice took the opening of pole without a fresh water part of the Evergladesare tions Short or long boat trips
: , TALLAHASSEE There Johns, Brevard and Flagler ,Sin County The action closing Hermanson was runnerup witha the Trail In its stride. Although license now mangrave swamps Interlaced can be taken into the heart of
will be no dove hunting during Counties, Putnam County east these areas was taken at a 40. Ida Beake's 41 was tops the Trail was destined to be Two or three groups of Sem. with a veritable labyr. the Everglade with a ranger
I the first phase dove season I of the St. Johns River, Sumter I regular meeting of the Game in Class C. Lucy Journeaycame of untold benefit to the city in mole] Indians had built their inth of waterways, was quite a to explain It all
Oct. S through Nov 8 in the County north of State Road 48 and Fresh Water Fish Commis- in second with a 44. later years, by bringing thousands palm thatched "chi-kees" be surprise A trip over the Tamlaml
following areas: Volusia, St and Alligator Point In Frank. sion at Fort Lauderdale of motorists through each side the highway, enclosed with Our guide Trail is still a pleasant expen
ranger- took us out
to A D. Aldrich, ience for tourists.Southernmost .
According week, the officials of
IN SARASOTA Commission Director, other Summers Nursery the BLE ileh screens of palm leaves. to the bay and showed us how to
Corporation were so busy We were especally pleased the dark green mangroves with
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE action of the Commission established building the new City of Venice with the 40-mile row of green roots like grasping terra cotta points In the
a nine-day deer season Bowline League that it received little more than plumed young Australian Pine fingers in the past 25 United States is Ka Lae, or
in DeSoto, Hardee Manatee passing Interest. Trees that separated the highway I years aeitd r the fresh mater "South Cape," in HawaII. L* I'
and Sarasota Counties, Meets WednesdayThe Twas 'Trail' I cated on Hawaii, largest of
from the canal from the Everglades at this the
point. u
CUSTOM SHADES, cloth cov.r.d, vlnylsburlap Nov. 14 and
opening closing The Tamlaml Trail at that western edge of Dade County The several Islands that make
tree
will up I''
mangrove
parchment, etc MADE TO ORDER Nov 22. Hunters in this four final pre-season meetingof grow
time was comparatively little Some of the wilderness of only in salt water but the the 50th State, Ka Lae lies on
the 12-team Summers Nurs- as t
j AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service county section will be restricted Men's Handicap Leaguewill more than a "trail" comparedto that first Tamiaml Trail has fresh water table In the glades a parallel with Mexico City,
{ to the use of shotguns and ery .
j today's road building standards disappeared but other attractions gradually 1
lowered the
be held Wednesday nightat gulf
slow trail dogs while deer
with a highway in many have been added, that water rushed In
t"r Also hundreds of 'lampshades In stock. All hunting The commission also 7:30 p.m. at Myakka Lanes. places only 18 feet wide with make up for It. trees and the man.
set forty day waterfowl sea A representative captain or grove grew up and killed
shape and sires a narrow wooden culverts and
k/. Make Lamps Oirt of Votet BotH',. efc son with a four duck daily bag sponsor urged to-attend.from each team is bridges. The birds Birds still on View roost In the We off were the saw able grass to see man enjoyable GOLf f
LAMP REPAIR BRASS POLISHING The State Road Board widened of
limit. The waterfowl
hunting pond day
trees the
The 33-week schedule will get cypress as cars grove sprouts a year old just a _
a*. 1115 S. Trail / block North of Sean season starts at sunrise Nov. under way at 8:45: p.m., Wed- the Trail in 1947 from Sarasota whiz by at 65: miles per hour few inches above the ground
to feet
to
Venice from 18
IN SARASOTA 25 and closes at sunset Jan 3. nesday, Sept. 8We're end a number of other Indian and then row after row of old- TRY
I 24 feet by adding three feet on
Villages now grace the high. er sprouts until they developed SARASOTAGOLF
each side at cost of $380,000.
a way where the colorful Indian in a few years to full grown ,
The entire 20 miles between CLUB
dolls be
can purchased and a trees.
the two cities were also re- ride taken on the airboats. The DAILY GREEN
1 1I 1I surfaced. Fourlanin of that eastern entrance to the
1i i stretch was completed last These airboats are a clever Everglades, the most popular .I FEES .. .... .. $O.UU
I month contraption made my mounting point for tourists, is at Flamingo Jut Off Bee Ridge Rd
a small airplane on the extreme southern I. of
Today Tamlaml Trail Is, engine and South SaratoteNOTICE
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t0I with few exceptions a 40footor ropeller on the stern of a flat coast. Tourists on the Trail can .... ..
I wider paved road with wide bottom boat. They skim over
concrete bridges The worst the grassy! waters of the Ever-
spots are located between Fort lades at high speed.
Myers and Naples] and those Then too the tourist can
stretches of roads are expectedto turn off the Trail at State Road
be widened and resurfaced 29 for four miles to the town of
soon. Cverglades on the Collier River -
Travel In The 90s which flows into Chocolos-
How well I remember our kee Bay In the heart of the L. M. PROFFIT INSURANCE AGENCYwill
first trip over the Trail in 1930. "Ten Thousand Islands
Our old Chevrolet rebelled at This picturesque town Is also reactivate In the near future
going: more than EO miles an the western gateway: to the
hour and there was comparatively Everglades National Park. Up
little traffic on U.S. 41 until Dec 6, 1947, when President WATCH THIS PAPERfor
jf' 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 interest and was not accessibleto
as we passed the slashed 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 Rangers.To .
And then came that wonderland those, like myself who had
I
of plant and bird life
along the edge of Big Cypress
Swamp. The large trees had
all been cut out by the lumber-
hungry men of the early sellers
rt
a after the Atlantic CoastLine @
Railway had given them
the needed transportation.. @
But the Trail was still lined
by> clumps of small "Pond Cy-
press" amid the sawgrasa pral-!
ies that Indicated the low
pots where there 'was moisture -
even in times of drought.
This type of cypress never gets >
large enough to furnish marketable -
timber but It did furish .
tree trunks on which hung
1\\ myriads of native orchids and
the Epiphyte, an air plant that
I ltj many mistake for orchids
And the Pond Cypress did
provide branches in its heavy
.
tops for the nests of Americanand .
Snowy Egrets. As we rode "SAVE"o'clock
_ its
long we spotted many other ;<
tropical Florida birds such as
I I i'i : white and blue Herons standing -
\ placidly on one leg along
'i the canal, the big Wood Ibis, a
what lime
member of the stork family Doesn't matter
If. with a wing spread of almost ,
four feet, Marsh Hawks, FlorIda it is..it1 always time

l SELLING OUT to make room for the '65 models! ,late Crows gray Louslana Coots Swallow Herons

Tailed Kites and otherswe to save. Open your
i( Make us an offer! Limited number available.They've were unable to many recognize '
; i No Alligators Sighted account here,and nowl!
We looked in vain for alligators -

j 'I,' +t: gotta go so choose yours now! Be cool tonight. . I road not In realizing the canal they along are only the

install yourself and save found In shallow voter. We
, even more I stopped. several times to watch SAVE BY SEPT. 10th, EARN FROM SEPT. 1st


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! een Beach- Beer Parties Under Probe H! ;




Aa investigation into wild beer parties! on Caspersea I
Beach involving teenagers and young adults has resulted in 'I I

Vie I charges against a 21-year-old divorcee, questioning ot some I I I I
fen 30 youths and a threat by the owner to close the beach at
School Enrollment Up 300-Plus rowdy conduct persists. I

ThAi continuing inquiry if I
being conducted by Jim TIll- Constable Knuckle served'
or Teen man, Sarasota County Juvenile the papers last Friday and '
An Increase of 313 students through sixth grades at Enmentary with 632 pupil, an run. a close fourth with 47 Counselor; William Whitney Saturday on Mrs. Celli, moth ,
over last year Is anticipated glewood Elementary increase of 102 over the openman pupils than last year. assistant Juvenile counselor er of two and ex-wife of a '
on opening day next Tuesday, Other public schools In the ing enrollment last. year ofOpening enrollment for the ; and South County Constable former Venice policeman.
Been Title Sept. 8, in the five South south county area include 630. 1954-63 fall term is expected: Jack Knuckles Venice She was released in $500 bail I

County public schools Nokomis Elementary, Venice Runner-up in the opening to be approximately 340. Last Police Chief John Shocker on one charge and on her own. I

contestant will vie Total enrollment in all five Junior High and Venice High day sweepstakes will be Venice year's enrollment on opening said his force is cooperatingfully recognizance on the other '
BJ rift Mill Teen Haven title school has been forecast at Schools. High with 625, an increase day was 293.Englewood. with the county officers Preliminary hearing was set .,111

:,*grad reopening of the the opening of the Epiphany: Catholic I School in of 84 over last year' 541.Third Elementary. but that it lacks Jurisdiction for 8 p.m. Friday before Justice
!y :tesat.c because the beach i 18 outside
Airport youth center l term. Openingday Venice opened its sixth year largest number of students of the Peace E S. Kay-
for the 196445 fall enrollment last year in Monday with 184 students en enrolled in South Coull.Openin. day enrollment at city limits. mond.
I' Warrants Issued
Inter i ...eon.. the five schools was 2,119. rolled, an increase of 19 over ty schools at the opening of Englewood Elementary this The two warrant read
L contest to select a Expected increases in the last year. the new fall term will be 615 year is expected to be about Two warrants charging contributing identically: "That on Au,. IS

1,1 teenage girl to repre- various schools range from VES LeadsLeading at Venice Junior High, up 48 20Z, excluding some 18 kind minor to the delinquencyof out Judy Celli did then and there
were sworn
1 tie! youth center will more than 100 over last year all five schools In from last year's S67 on open- ergarteners. Last year's opening against a Mrs. Judy Celli! of 620 commit an act which did
Juht: the program which at Venice Elementary to anticipated opening day enlog day. enrollment at Englewood Cockrill St. by Mrs Walter cause or tend to cause a per
I win with a benefit panlend about 14 more in the first rollment will be Venice EllNokomis Elementary will Elementary was 188. Hartshorn of Nokomis and son under 18 years of 'age,
namely (name deleted) age
uuufe supper and Robert Sanborn Sr. of Venice.
17 to become delinquent
Uud. flth the first teen a :
In of the Season said act being the purchase ota

I iris competing: for the title DESPITE AUGUST DECLINE certain amount of beer and I
w r v g' 1't1iOi1f he furnishing of this beer toa
_,
y ,
00'uI d large group of teenagers
Kay Lanlus, 18,

|ilR.ghlrr Venice tte Linius of Mr., 113 and E, Alba Mrs. Building Is Up For YearBuilding South Including) County.at Venice Caspersen said", Florida(name ,Beach dele Sarasota toed ,


fl i Cipasso, IS, daugh- I
Names of minor involved
\ t Mr. and Mrs SalPro I construction in the Building Inspector Guy !piled up in August, 1963, a In i such case are not made t
i, 300 Shore Rd., Veni City of Venice slumped sub- I Curwood. tremendous drop In an otherwise public by Juvenile court and t

; in": in August with only The August figures E'I busy year therefore are not privilegedfor '
:
i Davis, IS, daughter $ permits issued by I $252,822 behind the $ Only 16 Individual permits publication. I
Illr. and Mrs Harold
in, 10 Regal Rd., South '" '" '," ... ... ,.- were issued during the montha Closing Possible !
The possibility of closingthe :
..1C4jirmony. bqI very small number compared I
with previous months. beach as a result of the .

Harden and 15, Council Builders On the bright side of the nighttime beer parties was t, .
|ghter of Mr. Mrs raised by Finn W. Caspersen ,
.. tr"tii picture, however, the permitsfor
Harden, Hudson t I of Venice, brother of O. W. '
Jd Q South Venice. the first eight month of Caspersen of Sarasota, own-
ct i Jessup, If,. daughjofHr 1964 totaled $1,861,465, almost er of the beach .
and Mrs. U. ,S. twice the $929,111 total issuedduring
"This is '
privately-owned
a
iG'',, .Jill The Esplanade, i: I Agree ,On Exams"A _the same. period of beach i but we thought it onlyproper ,

u.era 1963. to for s
Finn, 14, daughter of In addition, Lawrence E. public. to oit rnt it*

led Mrs J. D. Farm, good thing for the city "grandfather clause" Rote, of St. Petersburg, an- development," Casp a r s n ,
Myrtle Ave., East Oate. and a good thing for the in The full council with the nounced last week that said }e'
floe Tharp, 15, daughter of dustry" was the 'way Don exception of Mayor Brohard, ground would be broken Oct. "A lot of fine people do go U
Helen S. Tharp, 117 No. Heath described the city's who asked to be excused, was 1 for a new $300,000 nursing to the beach every day and ,
LI Ave., S., Venice. L''Y dYL''Y proposed ordinance for( examining on hand for the meeting. home on the east side of we would like for them to
roceedi from the pancake r,t Yd building and specialty Builders and specialty contractors South Nokomis Avenue, near continue to enjoy it. But if I
uuui supper will be contractors.Said besides Heath included Venice Hospital and the Medical this kind of thing continueswe

id to finance construction Heath, president of the Chet Mayer, Paul Cockrill, Center. would have no choice but
!
K new screened patio out. Venice Area Home Builders Jean Paul Cockrill, Victor to close it"Caspersen
$2 Million OctoberIf
.the lirport youth center. Association: "We've been. Retty Jr., Wally Phillips, By said he personal- h
mt will be from 4 p.m. tom lighting for a licensing law in H a try DrehouseHsrley these plans materialize, inspected the beach earlierIn

. this town for many years" Whiteaker and Henry Baukat. the total by the end of September the week and found spots I ,
V Mm Teen Raven. corn- ......... -- These comments by Heathas should be well over littered with been cans, beer .
tun will get underway atp (0,, d.tI. photo .br Dmnrl MrttaO) spokesman. for the Venice The question of whether the $2-miUion mark, a record bottles and garbage. ,
m. Winner and runner- separate bonds are requiredby Caspersen Beach runs 9,000
ill be awarded more than GOING TO THE FAIR HE HOPES "Uncle Benny" Williamson left yesterday on the area builders group were the city and county was for An Venice.analysis of the August, feet' along the Gulf and has
flatbottom rowboat witha made at informal work
n to the World's Fair aboard his an referred to City Attorney M.
prizes donated by area next voyage been described as one of the'inert
reveals that only,
horsepowerOutboard at Tarpon Center Marine session of the City Council 1964, figures
ninths 1'% on behind after an overnight stop A. Braswell for recommendation. undeveloped beaches ,
Williamson. left Arkadelphia Ark. June 17 and has the middle of October as the target and the builders Tuesday afternoon . Braswell will be askedto one permit for a businessbuilding left in Florida It 1 18 reached
Issuedn $11,-
date for reaching New York via the Inland waterway. Uncle Benny says he averages 10 in the City Hall determine whether one was for Venice via a concrete bridge built by
t Gate Road to 100 mile a day, depending on whether he's going upstream or downstream The meeting was called by bond posted in the county 000 office Inc.building Caspersen who also maintain
Council President E, S, (Bill) would be sufficient as Is theco.e Farms, a mile-long shell road on it ,
Raymond, himself a building Four permits for residenceswere J
In Hillsborough County. with parking spaces at Intervals
Stand contractor, to discuss a proposed William Toole, local \insure issued totaling $53,000 all without charge to the ,
ork Completed I Miller Explains ordinance setting! up and 11 permits for alterationsand public ', I i
examinations for the licensingof (Continued on page 2) additions totaling $7,773.1 Tlllman and Whitney said

building and specialty contractors -- their investigation among
tudenrs of East Oate in the city of Venice. ,;..,,f t.yr" other things, had turned up
vision, Colonial Manor Similar Te County Plan statements concerning an aulomobila .
dehorn. park and the ru- On Gantt Road ProjectLeslie The proposed ordinance was : accident on Casper
wai east of Venice now drawn up about a year ago son Beach the night of Aug.
e. i brand new road into at the urging of the local 15 which were at variance

for the first time InTo is only available in the remote outstanding example of builders group,. ft' is patterned with accounts originally givento 1
of
Casey
without any detours or C. Miller South County pit leased waste in the re-finishing of after the Sarasota County officers.
,''chovers Key, Republican candidatefor by the county, and yet I this road. About 6000 ft. of regulations for reciprocity 4 They said that Instead of '
lid surfacing of the final the Sarasota County Commission am informed by private' this road Is now being cov- between the city and the Mrs Celli being the driver,
the north side of the issued a statement supplier that the Ingredients ered 33 to 38 ft. wide, andaveraging county. a* originally reported, the
'Hun I parkway between today giving his stand on the 4 inches &rsnr IrpcrW '0
presumed by the Public uldt: Several recommendations yes !* o. a
Venice By-Way and the Gantt Road rebuilding pro- Work Department to benecessary with shell marie, bv-t : the builders group' for additions driver was reported to be an. '
'i To i Road (now East Ven- which has become a cen- loads 49 miles s
ject for good road five yard and changes in the 18-vear-old Englewood youth.
Avenue extension) has ter of controversy. within the material are easily available round trip, at an approximate proposed ordinance were discussed Tillman issued the follow.

completed and 1 18 BOW commission. in numerous locations, cost to the taxpayers during the..work session ing statement yesterday on
11 for traffic, Miller' statement: as separate materials, that of $22 to $26 per load. which lasted nearly two the results of his Investigationthus
ring of that section of After reading this mornIng' can be easily combined to Including a productioncost hours far:

It Venice AvenII<-has.been account In the Herald form the required mixturesfor of the shell loaded on One of these Involved the On Aug. 23, 1964, the Sarasota -

Pleated t by dual city. Tribune regarding rebuilding this road work, and at the trucks at South Countypit makeup of, the examining :. i County Juvenile Court
"if ownership. Hard which lies of something like $7.80 -t
sun Gantt Road a vastly lower Ultimate cost board and requirements for launched an InvestigationInto
rag of the city-owned<< por-) between Proctor and dark FROM private suppliers. per load. This additional serving on it. It finally wasagreed alleged I teenage beer
the south side was Road. I feel it I It necessaryto Delivered when., as, and cost is in view of the fact the ordinance should parties held at Caspersen'* I '"

last spring after clarify some of the statements how required.In that the Public Works Department I require either a five or sev 1w Beach In Venice and a lakeIn M:
Iderable .. to re-
Citation from made in this article.My the Gantt Road project is having en-man board with the South Venice area ,
Venice Area HomebuildAwn. was mentionedIn in on an (Continued en page t) I a majorityof .
name I have wroed the contractors e v'' The investigation, conducted I
serving
to complete the that I startedthe on Yicyp/- 4.
Job
vein Whitney
the It being residents by Mr. William E. 'i
of the
w? 'iaed this city e;
by the while of
city investigation
assistant counselor( .
and having held licensesfor
,JM: Parade of Homes for political tear TodayOn city ,
I .. Progress. project Tom Adams Speaks at least three years. Sarasota County Juvenile Jack .' '
ons. Court, Constable
Meaowh8e! '?., the county questioned for overa Staggered Terms
por- I have Knuckles, Officers George
of The
the dua": M roadway year the extravagance: of city building inspector Kinder and Frank Covill i of ..
tread, will be ex-officio memberof
an
blacktopped Works Departm.nt ReviseSecretary '
the Public Constitutional the Venice Police Department I
4 Carrying' ttt bulk * boih ualng'the shell pit so the board under the proposed has to date revealed .
sod west bound< torttte- from the rest of ordinance _and members of
far remote Adams' address is scheduled approximately 30 names
IF. with both of State Tom Adams would serve from two to
aidve newly] Sarasota County. adults and teenagers ranging r
Com
in the
;urtlCed, motorl.ta l travel In many \Instances transportation speaks here today on the for 10.45: a.m.of' First Federal four years with only a minority in ages from 23 to 12,
east and west no longer costs of this shell 13 amendment to the State munity Room leaving the board at the Y.k attending drinking parties ( 8 8at
Aaan.I
v, 10 Savings It Loan >, 1
lit. change; from one side ,are so great' that the reasonableness Constitution to be voted uponin VanOrsdale, South same time the above-mentioned locatioN 0
ved other to remain 011 a of using the the November. election. I Ray chairmanfor General contractor exams u A : on July 25, Aug. 8, t
Mother road shell from this South County County campaign said all would be set up In three categories and Au,. 15. ( r ,
croup, .w hie I b sheU pit seemed almost;; Office Adams, persons with the: Class A license Sworn statement taken i'
Ofdnt
be K-T High Interested In the amendments,
h.ppie.with the name fee set at $73, Class B from those In attendanceat i u
dl COmpleted paving{"arer M/nyetripee/ >the '1'a.t' '. and especially representatives at $50 and Class C at $25 per pCw the parties have revealed I i

flea who c..rr.nU, na v. year with five yard loads4 of does To Crofts of civic and service, organisations hear year 'Proposed fees for specialty Y i' that on all three occasion-: : '
invited to
mOdel homes under shell Involving 40 to1 50 mitt' r are I contractors( were discussed alcoholic beverages were I ( i
st"Id1o5 at East Gat. : long round trips, at an estJ- John Crofts Sr. of Bayshor Adams.A Democraticwomen at considerable: lengthbut furnished by adults and on I I, I
mated cost of 'as much as Drive, Nokomis was elected group of no decision was reached. at least one occasion: : Aug. I '
WEATHERun 35 cents per mile for the Deputy Grand Master of headed by Mrs Paul Contractors already holding 8 the Sarasota CcuntySheriff I i r .
and Mr. George .... j O '
trucking atone. Grand. Encampment of Taylor city I occupational: licenses --- - Department had 1
HI I
2& 94 S74 Rain I have protested these Knights Templar of the United Gibbs Jr., will serve coffee. when the ordinance Is passed Ookfellw phot. fc. Owrl II-I knowledge of this, but fait j'' } f

n 8Q 'I' .00 long hauls time and again States and the World at Adam i 1. unopposed in his will be protected under a RELUCTANTLY RELINQUISHING her place In the sun (Continued eJ pare S) 1 v

tin: 28 90 78 ',00Un .00 and have been told the shellSheaffet'e the national encampment Fri bid for reelection at Venice Beach, Miss Cathy Cordova is enjoying her last
29 day In Philadelphia. "Smoked few days here before departing Saturday with I her parents, W-D Brand Whole or Cut-up i ,
l00 Premium
Swift'
tlQ' .00Epg "Wln-FalT H* will hold the office for I, for their home In Fryers, S3 cents a pound at r
Great I A. Cordova, I '
Mr. and Mrs Raymond
to15 49 cents pound plus )
tlQ' .03 I three Mr. and Mr. I Big "Back to School" sal Hama, a KwOc Chek *a JUalU Shop. i i
at year this
'l'OTAL 1 : 73 5 ::: _Dick$100 sit for Meadow 100 month Pharmacy- Crofts returned Tuesday,from Philadelphia on at Center Beall's In Venice Shopping Venice 100 S&H Shopping stamps,Cuter at Publix 1" I. year Scartdalt, N Y. Cathy will be a high school senior ping );aster. I d''k ;b

FOR AUGUST 4.72 on W. Venice Ave. ,


5-
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';j------ p, GONDOLIER Venice FU. Thur, 64.

{ EXPERIENCED MECHANICS_ Beer Parties r ObituariesJAMES DAVIS VINYL, CRETE


Member Chamber of Comm.rc. (Continued from page 1)) his duty and fulfill his legal DUNBAR CASS urea from Wlnslead, Conn In you, .;'/.nc. oro'DURAPLE comM.rcal; build;"; "
ed to take action. According responsibility is uncoveredin James Dunbar Cass, 77, 01 f 1938 He was born In London, VINYL CRETe COATlNG.
to statements of witnesses the course of such an investigation executive England
Casey former
B & W Auto Key AND INTERIOR WALLSNO
Repair, Deputy Sheriff Ed this will be of Irving Trust Co of New Funeral services were held EXTERIOR

e MODERN EQUIPMENT yS Galvin appeared on the .brought to the attention of York City, died Aug. 25 at yesterday at Rawlu with The Funeral Rev JOB TOO SMALL
of Home Chapel
scene a beer partv between the public.
EXPERT BRAKE SERVICES 12 midnight and 1 a. Parents of children involved Venice Mr; Cass Hospital was graduated John L. Jones of Venlc Nokomla -. W. offer Mt tome eof/ifaerory/ lerrfce; ot w. did/ ehil
officiating
bunnttil
at lake In the South Methodist Church rAe roo/mg/
m. a
ALIGNMENT & WHEEL in these activities are from Yale University in 1909.
in Sara
Burial was
BALANCE Venice ed the area youngsters Aug 9.that Inform.theSheriff' urged to cooperate with the He was a WW I veteran, an iota Memorial Park. LESTER DAVIS OWNERP.

e ENGINE TUNE UP & Office had received Sarasota County Juvenile honorary member and former
OVERHAUL J JI a disturbance complaintdue Court and other law enforcernent officer of the Comedy Clubof HOWARD G. EDWARDS O. Box 333, Noloml. _Ph. 4i34f
agencies in the City and member -
New York
/ to the excessive noise a 53, --
Edward
Howard Clyde ,
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
filing of and Chi Fraternity.
and he would give (them 30 proper charges of Delta of 440 Edgewood Road, Ven --
e TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1 1 minutes In which to breakup prosecution of adults who Survivors Include his widow Ice Gardens died Friday at I
contribute to their children'sdelinquency. Mrs. Helen McCloKkcy
their party and go( Venice Hospital.
629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 483-3502 .
Parents who Cass
Cass a nephew, Wyllys
home. According to wit. ; Mr Edwards was a nativeof
ALL WORK GUARANTEED nesses, Deputy Galvin show sufficient Interest in Illot Clark, N. J and a niece, Baltimore and came to this
confronted one youngster, their children's welfare and Miss :Catherine punbar Cass four ago from
area years
r.,.. .. ""' .. .:..uA..,a"'3. ..._ "" ""' ._..... ,....... ,"- age 18. who was !In a drunk. the welfare of other chile of Union, N. J. Panama Canal Zone where he
dren in this, Donis Patterson
by cooperating The Rev. Dean
en condition and informedthe had been employed as a machinist
youngster that if he attempted manner are to be applaud. of St. Mark's Eplsco- by the Navy. He was
i from 'I to drive JSIs car ed, as their Interest is the pel: Church officiated at fun a member of Canal Zone
l lrent a car ECO NO-CAR home he would have to arrest interest of the Juvenile eral services Sunday at 1 Lodge 1414, BPOE.
him It Is also statedthat Court and our common goal p.m. at Farley Funeral Home Survivors Include his wid
; Vi6 ,. Deputy Sheriff\ Calvin ii to Insure the children of Chapel. Graveside serviceswere ow, Mrs Maria Edwards; a 225 W. MIAMI AVENUEExperienced VENICE
gOI SO big found another youngster, Sarasota County en opportunity held at Wondlawn Ceme daughter, Miss Virgie Edwards
ace 17 !In a drunken condition to grow up in a moral tery, New York City ; a son, Rafael Lizard!;
who had fallen Into decent and lawfully secure a sister, Mrs Naomi Land-
;I 'cause we charge so little the lake and was soaking environment. MRS. FLORENCE GEORGE gren of Sewell N. J.; his par.

;.j t wet, hiding In some bushes Mrs Florence M. George, ents, Mr and Mrs, Chester C. AssistanceWide
and Informed his friends to No- of St. Petersburg;
'. CONTRACTORSContinued 14 of Shady Lawn Place Edwards
Among the B 4"
g In car rental ECONO CAR I. First sober him and take him
In Savings! Rent. Valiant or other Chrysler.built up com In. died Monday at Venice and four grandchildren. . .- -
from as little as 3 99...Including car home. Deputy Sheriff Gal. ( from page 1)) Hospital I Services were held Mondayat
and /
ante seat baits, C.Ifor/ Inquiry pick gas.up or oil vin then left and shortly ance agent said a change in Mrs. George came here In Farley Funeral Home Tun ,experience'as funeral director
thereafter the party broke the present setup might re 1981 from Willoughby, Ohio Chapel with The Rev. Arlsto- give ui the ability end understanding fo
MOSQ 4 ICONO ace CA up Sheriff Ross E Boyer quire an act of the leglslanre She was a native of Cleve. demo Rodriguez of Catholic 4T recount and tell1v.l ire wny problem
Sarasota + has been informed by letter .. He added, however, and She was member of Church of the Epiphany of. ,
of this incident feeIng the during bereavement
past fey that the bonds might be writ. First Christian Church of flclating. family ,
frequen', 99 Investigation into these ten differently in the city to Venice, VFW Auxiliary and
ditch WI "amtollowa drinking parties was Intensified reduce the cost to contrac- American Legion Auxiliary; HARRY H. BROEKER
awantiM bv Officer George tore she was a past-president of Harry H. Broeker of 610J
ha Kinder of the Venice Police James Malta of Clevelandand S. Tamtam! Trail died Mon-
-Nasal Department when he received COltle'l'tte Post 2928, also dav: at Venice Hospital
;Ni a call while on duty MILLER EXPLAINS of Cleveland. Mr Broeker was a native of
1 GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER I in the early morning hours Survivors Include her hus Cleveland Ohio, and cameto
J of Aug IB to pick up Mrs (Continued from page 1) band. William G. George Sr; this area IS year ago Ht
!. Judy Celli!, age 21, at her move from four to six feet two sons, William C. GeorgeJr. was a member of Sarasota
VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. 483-1096 father' horn where she of soil to get down to this ., of Willoughbv and Richard Chapter, Veterans of Foreign
+ti
had called the Venice Police of Erie, Pa. {
precious material. After W. George { Ware, and Pine Shores Presbyterian
I "'It ._ _AMI"TAU.Af I Department to advise them which, the material has to a brother, Howard Aldred of Church. t..v
_..-. .---. she had wrecked her car onsspersfn's be moved twice with a better Nokomis. and a sinter, Mrs Survivors Include his'widow
will be no Beach When than <35 000 new drag Grace Schmid of Cleveland. Mrs Etta Broeker anda 96 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOO
Officer Kinder, Mrs. Judy Funeral services will beheld at"jt
the first line to get It uo where' It son Herbert H. Broeker of
Oct. J tIu Celli and her brother David can then be londed with an tomorrow at 11 a.m. nttawles Atlanta t tv 7lfe4ctiioen
following Martin, arrived at the scene 18,000 front.end loader into Funeral Homo Chan- Dr. Arnold B. Poole of Pino tfNauees
of the accident, Officer 1'1 1 Rev. M. sons
the trucks All In all, my with The George! Shores Presbyterian Church
Kinder called for a deouty estimate of $7.SO per load is Peery of First Christian will officiate at the funeral
RON sheriff to investigate/ Mrs In view of the operational Church of Venice officiatingnterment services today at 11 a.m. at
COCKRILL ONE Celli! told Officer Kinder cost of almost $60.000 of will be In Gulf Wilson Funeral Home, Sara FUNERAL HOME
that she had been at the equipment plus its depreciation Pines Memorial Park note Interment will be in Corr
I STOP beach> and had overturnedher Sarasota Memorial Park.
plus the salary of
BUILDERS U CENTER car while attempting to three operators. The F8 LAWRENCE L. LOWE
f make a turn on the beach
Ford L serener L Lowe 72 a
trucks used, cost $0.- '
,
3 ; Officer Kinder questioned t
000 each and are three to native Sarasota County
'' whether or not Mrs. Celli four years old. Considering and a resident of Venice from ALLENConvalescent
was alone at the time of the
maintenance and repair, 927-1942, died yesterday at
accident due to and
a large
gas, oil and tires, depreciation Sarasota Hospital k
ATTENTION number of footprints at the and driver salary, Mr. Lowe lived on Myakka Nursing Home
scene and beer
empty cans and fringe benefits, a 35 State Park Road and was
j littering the area. Approximately 24 Hour Nursing; 5.cePhone ;
cents per mile operational foreman of High Hat Ranch.
hour after Of. '
one Venice 481-2702
cost over 3V years to 4 While in Venice he was a
leer Kinder reported the Sal PONCE DS LEON'" AVI
years time la a conservative hunting and fishing guide forDr.
accident
to the Sarasota
-= figure that any operator of W R North and H. Fencnden -
County Sheriff Office I ,
MR&MRSVENICENow this type of equipment will Meserve
Deputy Sheriff Edward GalIn
agree on. He was a member of Bee
/ arrived to take the
over 0)))_
Investigation. An accident 1 gather from the Herald Ridge Baptist Church. n
: r: \iI; mm\ report stating that Mrs Tribune article,'that no au. Survivors Include his widow,
Judy Celli was driving when horlzatlon of the Gantt Irs. Mary Awes Lowe; three I PA,STnP
is the the accident occurred was Road project as a matter ons. Floyd J,..; Richard and 7tlatawcuLLANGUAGE
time to of fact had been issued All
later filed Subsequent investigation W Lecount Lowe, all of t
bv Officer Kinder in all. it was just'like Top. Sarasota: a brother, Braxton NUSN!
I ," .rI revealed that Mrs Judy sY. It just grew. And by the Lowe of Floral City and two
Celli! was not driving the time it is finished, It is a sters., Mrs A. E. Wilson ff TH EAUT
I car and was, in fact, not foregone' conclusion that all Bnyette. Fla and Mrs A. MIngo I III
cost factors considered, this
REMODELWE
even in the car at the time of Venire By-Way.
of the accident; but that the road will stand substantial.ly Services will be held Sat. I
better than $18.000 of the IMgp1Npiawu
car was driven by Levoid urday at 2 p.m. at Bee Ridge II '4I
"Chipper" Parks ate 18, taxpayers money. Baptist Church The Rev
OR This is but of the
ENLARGE one
of Englewood, occupied by Mark Dobbs pastor, and The
that I feel all
two juveniles ages 16 and many reasons in Rev. 3, B. Smith of Manatee ,,.w rAdwrtWmat
) 12, and occurred at the construction projects Baptist Church of Bradenton
heIght of beer Sarasota County other than Burial will be
a party attended win officiate.
YOUR HOME road maintenAnCe end repair -
by a large numberof should be submittedto In Tatum Ridge CemeteryRobarts .
teenagers No chargeswere Funeral Home of
under
4 ;f>! S"::...L:$' .""' .):.u..a Mr filed William in the accident.Whitney, the sealed private element bid operators who of will cost have and Sarasota rangements.Is In charge of ar liB


: / WILL/ DO EVERYTHING Constable Officer Jack George Knucklesand Kinderare competition'when bidding' to for this consider typeof GEORGE: H MITCHELL

still In the process of work. George H Mitchell 82, of ( )

t :.,..,."., \< 7'1I'F'A\ 1.1aII taking statements from I am satisfied many Avenida La Palma Nokomis,
.' Hos-
those who attended these sources of supply of the died Sunday at Venice IT'S THE LAW!
parties and additional material will spring pital.A .
YOU NEED DO NOTHING charges against adults who into proper being under these circumstances retired cabinetmaker, It ii unlawful (for any Persons 'E! '
participated and contributed Mr. Mitchell came to this or firm and employees thereof,

I BUT CALL 438-1451 or 488-3845 to be these filed. activities may to tell, give, lerve or permit
yet t. b. served, alcoholic bever
ASK FOR "MR. REMODELING"Your Judge John T. Grahamhas '

Sarasota directed County the staff Juvenile of the gQJLQett gUl\eha\ f orr one age.yeart to persons old. under twenty..

Court to investigate thor Florida Sta. 526.11 (I )

'' home CAN be Improved Let us give you oughly every case of Juvenile 265 Nokamts Ave. Venice It i I. unlawful for any person

e free .,timat.. We do it all-even financing.: delinquency and de. to misrepresent or militate his
pendency where adults have :Dr her age, for the purpose of
OFFICE: EAST GATE encouraged and participated inducing any licensee to tell,

E. Venice Ave, Venice in such cases file appropriate save or deliver any alcoholic

E. JJi; :;;....rarska: .....' f charges against beverages to a person under
the adults and press for 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291 twenty-one of
yean age.
This been
SEE THE NEW prosecution. has
Florida Stat
56211(2)( )
the: policy ot Judge Graham
in the and will continue Comment: This Statute can
\ to past be In the future as TID BITS TO REMEMBER carry a punishment of .tx! el
MODEl HOMES months fine of five hundred
adult approval and encouragement or a
of children to com Hungry minds are easier to educate-There Is a lot of dollars.
mit delinquent acts will note difference between a "wise-guy" and a wise men-Stopl)
\ tolerated In Sarasota Look back over the hard climb, "Rest And Be Thenkful" ROBERT K.
I I \ If't EAST GATE County.If The more Ideet e man hat the fewer words he takes toe

negligence on the part >press them-Friendship ti the only cement that will hold "Bob" Becker
ot any public official to do the world together There ti always a right path.
.
It CANDIDATE FOR
'., ( Our Services Art Available/ To All Regardless

ef Financial CircumstancesLIMHM JUSTICE OF PEACEDEMOCRATIC

VOLKSWAGEN .! I. Indl.n. .n d florid."
!
i In Funeral Business Since 1932

t';. $1,595. DISTRICT No. 2 t

jl 1 tj ; What's the catch? There charges of $40.56. There is one Sarasota County

I : isn't any. $1,595 is the suggest- optional' that nearly everyone cr.I' political ad...)

i ..f ed price at the port of entry orders because it eliminates \\flIT I tCENTER

{rl I 1 of any Volkswagen Sedan the need for slip covers: the I

; The price includes Federal matching leatherette uphold- NOTICEPUBLIC

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

{ kr, built.in heater, defroster, wind. And that's it. Unless you 264 S. Trail Venice Ph. 488.2198

I l i I" :. I shield wiper end dual padded count the cost of gas and oil SPECIAL! HEARING .

; \ \ sun visors it takes you to get h.r. In your Thursday September 10th, 10:00 A.Mat .

I What else do you have to present ur. 9 X 12 SOl NYLON RUGS County Court House

pay? Only the transportation
\ I Limited Quantity PURPOSETo

1 Review, Completed Set of Plans For
CUTLER MOTORS ,
f :: ORIGINALLY $74.95 New Court House Addition '


307 N. Trail, Sarasota Ph. 955.0281 :
Signed:' Bd.
FOR INFORMATION SEE TRUMAN COBB IN VENICE NOW $49.95 of-.CotintyiCominissioners
Sarasota
40 I Villas Drive County'., ,Florida2Th. .

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I CAP Fresents Media Awards Andrews Leaves The, GONDOLIER Venice, FT. Triuri, Sept. 3. _1964-J "

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FUe Civil Air Patrol cadets commander for cadets of the -
II'
, the Venice Compositef Venice Composite Squadron, '
received promo. recently was promoted to For Eustis PostThe
SETS* Certificates of Merit Group 14 director for cadets I IeeRlcsnlgB
;
vera awarded to The GON. Local cadet staff members i
DOIJER and<> other new designed a certificate making Rev, C M Andrews r I
media at a recent award him a lifelong cadet staff has resigned as pastor of the
n,gtt:,t ceremonY member and presented it to Church of the Nozarene In I
A life membership! on thei.nipe him along with a gift of two South Venice to accept the
Squadron cadet staff new uniforms and first lieu- pastorate of the Church of
aso' WM .warded to Lt. H. tenant insignia the Nazarene In Eustis, Fla II
v. (Chuck) slcommendation! Cadets who received pro Mr Andrews preached his
'! farewell sermon Sunday night
"jth a motions at the awards
and, promotion her work to Mrs.as Marge senior ceremony Packard Included C/lc, night Walter pulpit and will next take Sunday.over the Eustis BETTER SELECTIONS
puceor and.C 2c Jeff
information officer Trueman, the General 'Hap' Mr,and Mrs. Andrew and I I BEALL'SYOUNG I : III I
Special permission was Arnold award, C/B Betty their four children came to GREATER VALUES '
trained by Venice Hospital Taylor and C B Margaret Venice three years ago at the
where Mn Place Is a pati- Taylor, the Curry award; request of a few families who
ent for officers of Venice and C/2c Homer Wade, the were holding services In one n.
Composite Squadron to makea Wright Brothers award, of their homes Land was purchased MEN'S SLACKS
formal presentatom of war. and while constructionon ving6olore
officer rank to her. Certificatts of merit for outstanding the first unit of the churchwas ,
rant SPECIAL VALUE1\
\
press in ,
also was presented with coverage were progress services .
She presented to Woody Thayer were held in the Florida Pines e
a certificate o< special recognition for Radio Station WAMR and Trailer Court auditorium. 3.99 if !:tl tSizes
her publicity work
for
S. DuPont, Florida the St, Petersburg Times and There has been a steady Increase .
Wing from Col.commander, for service to DOLIER Sam Dillon, for The GON In membership and ntlendance 1r1 28 to 36 I '
and additional building

".bov,"' and beyond the call ofluty Refreshments were servedby for expansion I Is anticipated I II l lot.. Cottons They have

U place, former deputy the cariettes In the near future.HauhtMkfCcseUm. loops and are tapered
( m f : ;. : poiI i
4
Robert Andrews, the oldest BOYS '
YOU CAN son, worked In th* meat de. I
SAVE
3 WAYSOn partment of the Kwlk Chek W & W SLACKS A ,
store here and has since
Auto Insurance married and moved to Nash Peppered Fabric-6 to 16
I. NEW LOW RATES ville, Tenn. Maxine Andrews,
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS the only daughter, worked In WORLD FAMOUS 2.99
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE the office of Green's Fuel for'
a year after moving here and '
then went to col'eve for a BERKSHIRESTOCKINGS MEN'SS NEW BV.D. 1";
QAGENCY I year at Bethany Okla For
ei-a the: past year she has workedin TAPERED SLACKS
the law offices! of Boone, ,
Hazen and Isphordmg as a 6t.16 1 liy I t -ot.Twill
..
116 W. Venice Avenue legal secretary Kenneth Andrews AUGUST 27 THRU SEPTEMBER 12 *. ? M as :
:!: the ,second son has attended C I'
Telephone: 48S-2289 high school here and Our big annual Berkshire Sale Is still going :::t L .'
has been working in the office on. So come on In while we have your favor ,
ot Archie Brown, ite colors In 9
surveyor. your size. Remember, these are XL ,13
Duane Andrews, the voung- the stockings witn an International fashion ,
est son, has been attending
flair All .
with Nyloc Run Barriers at and
top
elementary school here and is
In the sixth grade this year. toe. Look at the savings I Choice All Short SleevesEntire oZJeans

r All will the also children be moving now to at Eustis homo Regular! Price Sale Price :3 Pairs Stock t oChoose From2For$3$5$7

JMD [ JOR I SERYICES( r rSea I Sunday with A farewell their for parents the dinner pastor was and held his S135$165 1.09 11.20 13.19 3.79

family in the home of Mr
and Mrs. Clyde Shattuck of $199 I ,
Nokomis. Save 98c to 1.98 a Pair

The District superintendent, i NOT ODD LOTS FRESH COMPLETE STOCK Not the I 10 to I 11'/1'}01. offered elsewhere r but
Dr L. has
John Knight met
i with the church and Sundav TAPERED FORM FITS Extra Heavy Extra Well Made 6 to 16.
morning the vote was takenon Available Regulars Slim.

new a pastor new pastor.arrives,. Until the Rev.the viclyVlJut 2For$500$7$9Same I TWILL JEANS $199 :/
Soward of Sarasota
Harry las been asked to fill the pulpit i 4 Good Colors .......... if.

each Sunday. n t Big Savings f fWith
BANLONS
rt
KansasMissouriMeet :\ .
us for Insured Savings Accountsor I (;;!'ii$899 ": ., .I t, \ Pocleti. ,

PostponedNORTH '..' 3.99
for Gold Seal Home Financing SHIRTS > { (

PORT CHAR-
LOTTE The next meetingof Top quality. Many : 'S .
the Kansas.Missouri Club colort. Never an
SARASOTApgQgK If", ,
will be held Oct. 7 at the For BoysWho
North" Port Charlotte Com iron. Men's S-M.L i I 1; ';\\f
f [ [ ) [E [ ?Z [b munity Center BOY'SNo

The September general better fabric,
want 1.
swings and loan association ;
meeting was postponed but I Pockets .
officers held their regular smart styles and patterns a *
I aaleslpex' 1 e:2".CA.:.. U .ilelY. Wnf piPw[isle. ...KNxI IYWY_ meeting They: report plans I 2.99
for an interesting fall pro- CARNEGIES, JR. EXEC. '
gram[ and a membershipdrive k Ft t
v
CHECKS SOLIDS
1 SPECIAL PURCHASEOne
STRIPES. S.--.
L I '
6toll \ / Time t

1.59, 1.99 to 2.99 Offering2fer$5 t; 1,


t Boy's, Shirt Buy e 1.37 !


TAKE TO COLLEGE AND SAVE BY 5 New Styles! r ",f
From 2.99 Line.
v i
BUYING HERE
Sizes 7 to 14. '
y
I. t
Only 60. SO .
FINEST BANLONCardigans I 'i
3rut of many new Juniors HURRYI t,5 1 : \

Petites' ,this Misses_.k.added So to good oneracks l Areas ,, ,

for school, college or stay 3.99See Best i.'

at home. I Choice : l.

SElLING SPREE ON CLASSICS I Hardtop, \ New Saylont, 4 to 14 i
sedans and America's bige t-aeUing iix-cyt-
tnderwagon New high.performance V-8,too Come! Look! Orlons In w.ights'or a ii"tI, q t'FROCKS '.


FINAL HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE I t See Air Conditioning.Best In a, { 2.19 ."! t,.'

CLEARANCE OF 64 RAMBLERS-
to ; ; I
More In Your Size \ Sulkies ; I V

YEAR'S BIGGEST SAVINGS RIGHT NOW! 5.99 to 16.99 JJ e\j jComplete Novelties t : 5.99 \t'\ I $I ,


& 5.99 to 15.99 Girl Blouses 1.99 to 3.99 :


Right. n.w! Biggest. savings. on the big Including extra sizes .,a'' ... ,

election of Ambassadors, Classics and M In many itylet.We'll /id" Girl Skirts''L99 to 4.99 : .

Aln leans-hardtops,sedans concert _:I 4 Your Show You More In Your Size. 3to14

IWes, wagons! J i'' Blouse WardrobeNEW More Styles/ Don't Buy Until You Look More Popular Than Ever-Practical: -Smart.

These Ramblers are going( fast, be- LADIES' N' 1

sauae deals of the tremendous trades and yearend SELLING SPREE ON AMBASSADORS!The high 'c STYLES NOW IN. Hi School "
you can get right now performance 327 cu:in.V-8.Never have eo few r Knits Are "It"
his Imports
the big reason smart buyers are dollars bought so much: luxury carl
&"oduif) Rambler y
dealers' showrooms. 99c Fall Wardrobe Should have Cottons
'My t Every
re finding want
Just the cars they b
in truly luxurious Ambassadors-smart several Knit Suits and Dr...... There
and spacious Classics and the sporty Prestons00.2e99 have been tremendous advances In JUNIORS "

American economy king that has "7, conduction: of' Fabric and In Smart i'MISSES '
smashed every sales record. StolS
'Ia these Ramblers you can get all Styling.
Shore
Ship n
kinds of Six and V.8 choices r "
power
tumour I options galore-rock-solid 3.00 to 5.00 OrlonsWools 10 to 20
Rambler value throughout..
Better hurry t Get family a new SELLING SPREE ON AMERICANS-Compact 7g 149.149 (
Rambler on an amazing your year-end deal. Economy King.Convertible,hardtop,sedans, Skirts2.99tc5.99 DOUBLE KNITS THAT ARE FREE II .

.IIICAIl seyss. _aureans re sxausaacz _gDIIII. Optional buckets,console From Value Sags Prices,- Will Be Important. 5.99 I: ;":


Slims, Pleats, IT PAYS TO SHOP w '
(60 WHERE THE BUYS ARE-THE YEAR-END SELLING SPREE IS NOW Noveltiet. 1099102499I {
Complete Outfits US FIRSTI! ,
,
Practical Smart 1,
WOLFER MOTORS, INC. i ,


915 s. Tamlam! Trail Venice Fla. Open Every Night Plenty ofFree Parking Venice Shopping CenterJI"

n'-''Hlkh"on 8ragdwgyToga ht"stluring, Rudy+ g,!on CBSrVtWodMsday! wrings!!! t. tt, l s flI


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GONDOLIER Vlllic! FU, Thuri., Sept. J, 1964
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RKesa j

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' eIrv . 79
: Charcoal
I X bog e''
Red or Yellow Delicious HawaiianPunch

J \ 4 46.". .'I
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: cons .

Sliced or Halved Yellow Cling

r l I 0, F&P: Peaches 4k:? $1.Del !
f
eaaspv sopue Monte Pinpple-Grapefruit . ? T:"

past w-fe:, .. J Fruit Drink . 4 4L Cane'd: $ .

it. e r ,.;o"i, iie ,Soft-Top Cans (limit 2 ctni) .
,,: N I .
'
:' Schhtz Beer 99 .
. Pock
!'onda Deep-Dish WhitePaper ,.
TALLAlwill be no Plates 59C IlenNr'e Solted Cocltten
th first 8P g':
_ ..
Oct. J thifollowing
-[ealemon I Reconstituted I Peanuts . 3 .. : $1 e

RONLemon Jwce 24ox.hot... 49c t'vr ::A' Tea Refresh with Upton'i Bags . : :. 57c

I or Colored Morcol Paper AII-Pur oie (decanter pack)

'Mapkhis . . pkg.Wilte reg.. lOc Wesson Oil. tr:,:: 59'
Fameui Blue Plate LabelMayonnaise

1. J Plus/ 700 Extra/ Free& H Greer Sf,jnps i II: 25C

I = with/ / Topp-Cofa Coupon '' 9-Llree Chicken & Liver or Chicken & Kidney Kitty I

i : JT1! Burgers 2 'cane.s 33c


r .

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,,
( ( GOOD ONLY IN
1ooefRt IOO
TAMPA, BRANDON, .
'Y. B ,rA"( Green NIIedlwwwl, stamp. ......rAi PLANT CITY & ti
TOPf Cola' Reg. or Diet VENICE ONLY!
5 toll cam $1. .
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C."' NNot I. IIMIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NO

a
1j HNo
down produce lane c
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TENDER YELLOW

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SWEET CORN c

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I I 6 ears 19c : F .

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SWEET AS HONEY GOLDEN "

Swift'i Atiorted Flavors

BANANAS : Ice Cream half I 590.
.
II 4 Canned Luncheon Meat
: vl ka t a IB. 9 Swift's Prem osI 39c-.
4 h can
1 T' a
,
w" ? 6 Green Giant Tender Large
Fancy Red Ripe
j I 'tflO
i ; . : Green Peas . 6 cans *|...
Tomatoes u>. 1ft' Green Giant Whole I Kernel
..
Niblets Corn 6 .
. $1
t 6 Sunny Slop Farms cane .
Lyket Famous Vienna

I ; Peaches basket ten of S9t : Sausage e e e e 2 ::5 29c

; crisco lipton's van camp{ super finelimagrands green giant green giantmexicorn green giant 'downy fabric ,
I ijir: shortening bulk tea pork & beans cream corn cut asparagus softener fi" ,, I
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c-*:' 79' !v.n.pke 85' H 27' 2 ;;2 35" 2 * 39' t:::. 21' IO.n-... 25' 'r;.* 47 i

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SHOP FOR A LONG
(for your weekend picnic .
I
WEEK-ENDI! WE'LL ; ; I
|wkfo ft Club Slicedlomburger ,
Buns 2 pka:; : 39 BE CLOSED MON., ,M A R K Q T I !

,eakfod Club Sliced :.it:: SEPT. 7th! ':: 'J J,(

lot Dog Rolls ..... 2 a:; 39
I
Picnic Calls For
"I

rench's Mustard . . .. .. ft" 17* is PRICES EFFECTIVE i' +
r' n
obey' Famous ShoetfrlnjPotato THURS., FRI. & SAT I :

Sticks .. ,. .. . . .. 3 canl tall 29' t SEPT. 3.4.5, 1964
'
v x
elkioul Grande. .

Stuffed' Olives . . . . . . . . 'Jr 49* IOOO IXTRA PREE.

,''tbuco Stock Pack
Green Stamps I

litz Crackers . ,.. .. . ... . . . *lk:=' 35'J"' Ilk'S fcit PREMIUM wit*mi.pmfciM SMOKED di I t t'llmann'
a ; y HAM (tithtr tnd r whalt/ ) W
Famomfesta It.tlrr' Ib., 49e,
: .d"'r a '" : !" tint. I 1M4))
Saltines I . ," .. ., " pkl.1.lb. 31 y' S 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 Q 00 0 0 0 0IOOO EJ ,

ElRT:: IIOO . .. ,
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Ad '"" 1 J" Green Stamp; :'
h ltd.k + ., b. > wrhllgw/ow/Wrdn.dt. ..
B '
> .
9 SINGLETONS FAMILY PACK
'
FROZEN BREADED SHRIMP I'' ,
'- 1 1'/4-lb. .pkg, .. $1.19 : :
r::;:,
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oQ.illl) o' 'O' .OOO ;
SWIFT'S PREMIUM EITHER END OR WHOLE '.. ,. "J I IIOO ,

, 00 EFTEA 00 IOO t .

(7 ) J"/ Green Stamps t t ,
p l I SUDDEN V tK All HAIR ewadwda.h BEAUTY SPRAY BRAND !

17-ci., can 99c plui tax ?
(Iirn.LI..LaN4)) I
I B 000000000000000000 8 t.:

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...,O VVV !FREE Vu1154 "I '" .

I J" Green......,.__.Stamps.4.........o. .. ;J!t' \
ALKA SELTZER TABLETS t-:; (.
FOR RELIEF '
.. ,Iga...sue..i 59e. .
Ij (ll Dlr" > m.pt I 1M4)) #'
TmR] '
8
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50 O EF lEAm50

Ib J" Green. .., Stamps..,
I Me COOK.QUIK eb au1a wd CUBED d..O' .
-
OR PEPPER STEAK :;
-" ," I'
a dairy specials z J/ B02000000000' 20-ox., .00000006' -. : i(.'

....l Swtt <... (limit 2))

utter . . . .. . 1.lb.ctn. 69"Iwttr SEA O Plus 100 extra free ,d.......,...l Green Stamps 50mEXTRAmso I. t
laM,,'. Fhk. J"J ( Green Stamps : ;r" s
inner Rolls . . V? 29c 1Ft with coupon . I COPELAND':ilk(bit coupon, FLAVORFUL.nd purdiou oh I I 'i.,; a
t...'. Dtllcldit BAG SAUSAGE I \ I t I ",j
our Cream Swift's Premium Sweet Smoke Flavor .,,per. Ib. 49c,. I
. SJ 39c 11. .1. a..t. IIN'' '
JlJ1' *".,,..le.. if Plmtnu"iced 0 Eked Bacon. Pk955c: 8 022022200000000000 S .
Cheese . . ''fc49c: I ;
Tarnow'i Cooked or Baked OFREE Am50

S frozen foods D Sliced Ham O o 6ox.pkg.: 59c I j" Green*..ilh'llC..pon..d.d..rs.Stamps* r I t '
WHERE HERMAN'S ORANGI BAND <
I C1. M1ku. Ou larnowi Tasty Fresh SMOKED SAUSAGE < . 1 ,
lull '
bk Su Oror,., Jula| Qu.rt 12-u. ...,.per' .Ib. 69c, .i I
SHOPPING SlicedPlumrose 39C ( tit i t.pfc I 1M4)) ST..:, I i.
oncentrate 2 .r;; 69c D Bologna pkg. t..jOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ I' .1, I
""lit Moll, Pl.k ", R'lul" I IS A Imported Danish Boneless Canned.+( 50 stamps w/coupon _.-- ;E'
emonade . . . 2 t:-::' 45c 50 EXTRA 1 050 I : I
FREE
;
-" Fn1." PLEASURE! D J Hams 1 1.lb. 109 2.Ib. $215 3.lb. $309 I I
I Ift'
rn Toastees ." . 410'.."..'. $1 I Jt'{ Green, Stamps I '
PI.I" .r ,. S. ); itoM'; ,, g I SWIFT NI ell PREMIUM eww d st [: 'I I 1
onuts. . .". .:. . . 3 IS-ct..k.... $1 I R f, 1..loM 'SLICED lunehe.COLD..,iaMl1.CUTS and .Imenll' I I :*
'* Onion, ,., I"O-::., pkgi 98. > ful; ;1 '
s.y BW Ip Mtu PRICES EFFECTIVE IN p;, t t.t i teal) rman"( i'
egetables . . . . 1,i?,.' 39c oooooooooooooooooo I'"
5 AAhlond.' Birds I,. Fr.nch-Cy fOUl IV 1
:feen Beans . . . .:' 39c TAMPA PLANT CITY, SO'Jfl ]VVV'(1\XEXTRA'PREI! )VVU CXX eye t
. MU.hroo..." BIb, I,. .: I.. hl l le
Ice & Peas . . . . T",...... 39e M A R K R T R BRANDON AN D.( Green.IA.., nupOTJ Stamps D.ch....h I !i'"' I I
"1 Quick Pnun OSESU IMPORTED DANISH I
0 BONELESS CANNED HAMS !
allops . . . . TNT,k.. 49c e I-Ik., $1.09, 2-lb.. .$213.>.. .,.1-lb 1M4)) $109' '
!'j,'"ul'', Fonll, SI.. e1 Ar VENICE ONLY! DINNrNt "' : III j ,
"h i h Sticks .,.;. .. . . ':.kh-.S9c ,I l

tide oxydol draft cascade- pink .thrilldetergent liquid joydetergent I : '. '
camay heavy-duty
toilet soap lava soap detergent detergent detergent detergent ;:... I ! I'.: I:I'I III Ii, ,11' ;".1"
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&ONIX>LIER. Venice FI,. Thurt., Sept.' 3. t 1t64 aunts tthlmatery: were determined nssaaaaa -
to be (ISO per front
r. THE foot, or less than the M cent
per foot estimated rent a car from ,ECONO-CAR

't : i(( PEOPLE ; make To ignore no effort the to facts get; them or to

and make a personal charge we gO I so big!
If f i (I SPEAK against! me on a "conflict of
II W interest beets because I am

I # '- w In ridiculous the charge erosion as against making business any a 1s similar contractor as 'cause we charge so little

To The Editor the fact that the plan he had
V : engineer architect, Among the "Big 4" In ear rental ECONO-CAR li Pint
,It Is apparent that ram to for protection against erosion. plumber electrician or real In Savings! Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler.built ear
be' the whipping; boy In the was in the form of dog bone estate broker who' might secure from a* Uttl at 3.99...Including MI and oil, Insure,
mum or: TIM Asaoouno rusj <- mnn or m FLORIDA FUSS ASSOCIATION effort to .establish a great groins and that the owners some business by urging sere, teat belts.Call for Inquiry plclloUp'or deliveryKGONOCMi /

I'M AmNW .... N.eehN. .UUeII M w. npabIMNN d all am ........... _.... Nt boondoggle erosion district in of Gulf front"brunt"property of the were to the erection of a new city:
I e r -....... ar.aiW. too sit.. _. ... ... .... am .._ b..h .u ...... ., ........- fny' immediate area, namely bear the co t. hall, jail, beach casino, or
t ., .._. ab.atab.r a.. .... --.A the stretch of beach which According to his count, th.reare auditorium, all of ,which are
1+. am sa W. an.umss .abM of Nit. a ..,.tpoeoI W lie .......... II lie between the City of Venice not many people who own ASSETS not only to the Cityof
hrbded seas M wrt_ ew.l.drAIW.a .... and a natural rock 'Jetty in Gulf front property and the Venice but the entire area
h.rr Moan r. Th- n.. Ilfas MiW A__ front of the' commercial development "brunt" they would bear It any of your reader want 399
t 6.d Ai ..... Olt MMttr M fort OKta .l T_h* .......... known as the Venice would amount to fantastically any additional information
Villa: Now, a* Mr. Ed. high taxes each year tor, 30 about the operation of an '
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor Mid Publisher mondsoit' has told the GONDOLIER years .. erosion district such as the

COURTNEY WILLIS ...............Y.................... Advertising Manager that my figures arc out The the public fact that hearing brought one proposed. I will be gladto
inaccurate according! to the a quick job all the available -
SAM DILLON .................................. Ntwi and Newiphoto Editor ambiguous and misleading of erosion protection could be furnish information them if they; will GULF GARDEN AUTO" CENTERVENICE

ROGER KJLBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent petition he circulated >tobeachowner expensive and worthies. At write me at P. O. Box 877,
through the present the beaches except Venice Florida. SHOPPING' CENTER W. 48J-I094
J SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.25 per she months $2 75 medium of the U S Postal for a few spots, have been GEORGE M. EDMONDSON ;
system and through the building up for the last 10 ,, .... ....
per,three month, 10 cent per copy. Out of county $8.25 per jrear, .$'25 pretty girls all honorable helpof year. Due to the fill put in Venice .
per six months $3 per three months. seeking'' the Gulf in front of Casey Key ....
alei.1 ___tau.., rte Ida FM Snvlw CalMntlta., Plat *- rtoM "_. .... signatures from supposedly more than yesr'ago, the
a
saaauw N.w harp M I.I ........ Gar DMnn. tile*. freeholders given to
believe that if enough,, signed beaches have built up rapidly
the GOVERNMENT state or and will continue to do so
federal not specified I would with the fill that will enter ,
The Presidential Campaign give u*,. beaut.itul.be.ch.l.. the GuIt'when the: inland -
Now the petition please U waterway i* cut through.
you don't have one write to There are better ways than I
; 1, Everyone I saying' that this year'i presl- a difference at ,"yonecoulJ.) ',atL That fox 133, you must, have one, groin to prevent erosion.
.' dential campaign will be the Hardest difference extends to every 1 issue 'of realconsequence. and learn firsthand. whether Groins would spoil the appearance J

fought of modern time That se.msi a The Administration holdith.t anything, for was a period said of about 20 taxation Interfere with of the their beaches use and for

t i certainty, In the light of the characters our Intermingled' defense and foreign tor some' and 30 for', others yean walking and swimming

t, end petition of President, Johnson and policies are sound and productive; the whichever the law prescribes. If we want the Venice
beaches to be protected from
Further did these
j 1 j Senator Goldwater. Both are politician ether tide charge timidity Indecision'and inform you that If you petitions owned erosion and from people who

I .j j of the driving type, and neither gives retreat and finds grave d.fectatn: our property fronting on the want to sell groins, we must
f quarter when matters of power influence military programs! The President ii unequivocally beach .it was estimated you be very careful how this con
would pay from M to M centsa trol authority 1 Ia set up. We
and principl. are at .t.... committed to ;"the pew civil 1 front foot; and further this can be thankful that the public

.' 'A1o'"J' with this, a great many Informed rights bill; Senator Goldwater voted would automatically place a hearing prevented this
o people think that the election I may be against. It-not because he eppotet racial 20 or 30 .year, lien on your committee through the from rushing
authority to
\ property didn't.these. put
,I! b I the most historically important of the cen equality but on constitutional I ground Now,. Jet's goon.they into effect a plan which.1* of

fury. For in their view out of it could Mr. Johnson solidly bake major ante n- petitions reveal anything very doubtful value !

come political realignment! that would lions of federal aid and relief projects about maintenance engineering B MRS., KATHERINE
FILSON
i feasibility or, has there 1
vastly change the political complexion of ef assorted kinds; Mr. Goldwater holds ever been a positive cure for Venice.To ,

i ; the country and determine for a longtime that these,,, generally. ,. are wrong In principle erosion anywhere in Jte
I The Editor
world. The answer is nol :
I I to the to tale and ineffective and excessively
come courts we are For informational purposes There has been a great deal
t'' \ both in domestic matters and our attitude wasteful In practice. The rights,, oblige my two neighbors directly of mistaken information and
;.t' I toward world affairs. lions and responsibilities of the states ere north are both qualified in my lack of understanding regard

; The big question hat to do with what very precious to the Senator end he tees opinion advice to give in deference out professional to for ing the CONSIDERING recent public hearing the

I'i' I It called the mainitream of pretent-d the increase of federal power at a menace the three civic minded lay- NEED for the proposed Ven

II l American thinking. It it the question,that_ .te ,our very system" of government men,' all honorable who I ice Area Erosion District
made the The member of the
up
advisory erosion Sarasota
r, in the opinion of the contervative groups The ,President disagree Both men and panel. My immediate neigh County Erosion Advisory
t' which mate up the dedicated hard-core of parties, of court, are in agreement 1 In bon, just retired this spring Committee were appointed by
I ,, Goldwater supporters, the American people their opposition to the communist tide, but as president of an engineer- the board of county commissioners .
ing college his Their
1- have not had a chance to antwer. there ii a world of difference In the Another neighbor bearing three name the board of county report commissioners went to

t I They argue that the voters have not been policies they urge to contain and defeatIt. hundred feet north of me is and copies went to the
: r \\1. given a clear-cut choice between two an MIT engineer who had the mayor and members of the
.1 audacity having confidence City Council of Venice. It
.''I'i sharply different philosophies of govern There it no doubt that the Goldwater In the sea, removed his natural reported in the GONDOLIERand was Homework Ahead?

l ment. For the molt part, their argument drive It "making' deep inroads in.the once embankment and planted all other newspapers.

r continues, there hat been an excess oft solidly Democratic South, ,or that the a lawn down level with the The NEED for a proposed
beech For your further OBJ,. district was ]later endorsed br'
1 : "me-tooitm" on the part of Republican Democrats are picking up strength i In lightenment since 1954 our the Venice Area Chamber of
r' candidates, and this hat alienated great tome areas that were once dependably beaches in.this general vicuv .Commerce 'and other organizations READING AND WRITING REQUIRM GOOD LIGHTING

I ", numbers of voters and played into theo Republican. ity 140 have feet, enhanced with a sandbar better than still I have.been During requested the past to year appear Start the new school term with proper watt bulb gives 1 hour of good lighting

hands of the Democrats. Th. upshot at Indeed, it'. been long time tine there moving in: before many community home study light. It will encourage good for a penny. And the recent $10 million

they tee it, hat been the gradual development were to many political 1 question marks on Both of these 'engineering'authorities associations and civic clubs study habits that lead to better grades rate redaction now make ample Light-
of a welfare state which not only failed to which were apparently interested A good table lamp that provide 5 r'I iving all around home the
government
the horizon, or when it was to difficult to sign petitions, but sent In telegrams in being Informed and diffused light, free from shadows and your
ft not wanted by a majority of our citizen. of protest. My neigh getting the fads about eros biggest bargsJn fat :your family budget.
I Next November should certainly tell analyze the hopes, beliefs and loyalitiet bor directly to the south, now ion and the need for a dis. glare-wlth at least 150-watt bulbVlalt your favorite dealer and see

I' I how much truth there is or isn't in this of the electorate. And the stakes.-not 4 living in Tampa on advice trict. The directors of severalof Ia recommended. the modern attractive lamps and fight-
and the Good electric
I new developments sent a groups passed resolutions light b cheap. A 160fa fixture
f position. The President and the Senator just for the parties and the candidates,, letter to Mr. Edmondson, with endorsing! the NEED

I I provide, in their policies, about at broad butler, ut all-are greet beyond measure a tan copy to the county commls. for a district.To .
t rescinding his sliming of say that erosion control
the original petition There it' Is not needed is to ignore the $
one more on the way. Making facts. A look at the plat map )
. I ''II A Safe Labor Day a grand total of all excepting of the City of Venice show 'k;.. ;'/lmLr !
. . a wife who signed in the ab the "old shore line" and the ,, Z
I Labor Day Is a youthful institution Unhappily, however tht bright prospect sence of her husband She is 1953 shore line For a distanceof wet tmtrtt MM serer e

I 'i national holiday go. But itt placeIn it not realized for an appallingly large now awaiting his advice for 1,800 feet south of Granada FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT
i
I Joint signatures or to rescind Street and the Gulf, the city COMPARTI
the national life it secure and honored. number of us. They are the victims of F Let's all. concede that our has been unable to open The .new sae rasa,..

It provides formal end well-earned Labor Days toll of deaths and injuries neighbors in the Golden Esplanade-Alhambra!: Road to .
salute
The mishandled automobile becomes Beach Gulf Shores have a connect with Venice Avenue P PI
to all wording peopl., within and a predicament of beach deterioration because this very portion of
killer of almost' warlike dimension. The ,: or. erosion, It you the road is out in the Gulf and
'
I I without the unions. And this it I tribute toll of drewningt steadily mounts and please Nevertheless, with all under water. Possibly there

that goat beyond the changing problems Ignorance or disregard of the rulet and sympathy to their problem may be some of these prop.'
why should we, as well people erty owners that do not want
and controversies that have to do with precautions that are essential to safe take their medicine? this street extended but so . .
y labor legislation and labor's rights and boating are big factors In this: Let' concede further that far none have said so. The .. .

,' I privileges. The tragic part of it all ,is that th* olden cent did of leebmbigu shorelines shown on the city tSfi; "
sign map of '
as 1955
were '
I today
;
I, I : 1 Too, Labor Day hat another tpecial vast majority of these and other accidents ous petition. now that 100 per the erosion has increased in J -".
characteristic It most of three cent of,the voters some sections ; '6
gives ut a are totally unnecessary. They -don't:just have the and lessened '

,I .l'' day .holiday in this age of the five-day happen-careless; thoughtless. and uninformed go full for story this will boondoggle they really, the in others do not. realize One fact i i. that that while people "

f'r' week. And millions of people take human beings make them happen.; greatest since the canal on beaches may APPEAR to be

.: advantage of it to journey in search of If all of ut this coming' Labor Day period February 9, IMS at the pollsT rebuilding at the moment, , fV
We won't here. nature NEVER ...; .
And we will puts back u .
new sights. and scenes, or to againto would .
I s go use just rudimentary caution where- go to court to contest the legality much as was taken away o
I favored vacation spots Labor Day hat ever we go and ,whatever. we do the expected of, the project. We of without some help. Erosion "
j become a day of fun relaxation and accident toll would be 'reduced! course, seek less expensive is a gradual process, a* the
iportt. means to have our area re very word Implies While Mr ;:., _
How about
spectacularly. it? J
moved '
from the proposed ero- Robert Young has a good ., : ,
don district but now that the beach now at his Sand Bar .. .". ..

I t i11{I Men Without Women? Oh Brother! Commission pear.out.ttjere ,has i fa no acted other it av ap otoe Beach of-4Tet his to building,the look GONDOLIER at being the phi undermined : I, I : .: :..:


I I P Oh lure; you mat |jokes about "wife England). Not that he Isn't, a,good ,,milkman J Cornwell-on-the-Gulf..LEIGHTON CORNWELL,, the of Oct.most 3?,vocal 1963' Even objectors one at of ;I-: ';':.' .I. ''e I."
.' "SAVE"Doesn't "
JI out of town" and enough people laugh ; it's just he pushes what apparently Venice. the recent hearing' who raid ; :t. JitI Dclo: k .,

io that you come home to chuckle over needs to be pushed-orange (Juice (your To The he admitted had .that good he beach had now :' : : .fJ:,. .. ,;

your own cleverness. But a wife-of-town dra'mt run yellow); chicken-saled mil" (lit' ,Editor: : ; few years ago and that none his a , t. : .: _

j tt a very serioui business. -gives you hives); and a brand of lemon- I sincerely hope that your steos were washed away: ', '. .' .' . :
paper will Inform the people The Miami .. . maferwhat : 1 .;",
i Herald last : :. Km ;
i 'I You come home, for one thing' te 'a ode that tastes I like lemonade, which you who signed the .. . l
petition t week reported that an area ...; .... .. .ffi
desolate emptiness that Include the bread, don't like the taste of. for erosion control 011'the at Jupiter Island required . .
.: (
I hOI. You could have sworn you. bought H.'. still good milk m.". He latches beaches of this area e.verelweeka structures costing $130.00 per 1,4., ', itl..lrlalway.time. ;, ..Jf
ago that Mr. Edmond .
:bread last night but you, 'concede. eta: the back. door when h. leaves. You can'4 son is interested: In ails own had front been foot because disregarded the erosion for a ,,:'. : : to save. Open your ''r.:Y i.jllrt; t':-

Jest, It must have been Tuesday.You . get In ,the house, of course, because 11 company; Budd Wall, ,Inc,. long time. An erosion district I

,- drive down the hill and buy bread. the keys are !inside. Your desire Is temp" ,, Edmondson; Road, Nokomis, NOW for the Venice Area :. account here and '
Mr. now!
Edmondsqn's: plans would I be PREVENTIVE .:" _
? :
You plan your dinner carefully; after ered by the fact that so are the eggs. were clearly stated ,at. the ."medicine," at a much lower' -. \ : : '
all, you were once a Boy Scout. (Toad You aren't opposed to wives-ouf-o f- public hearing 'before the cost than later "major' surg '

;a I la New York State cheese-thit you town. Tell you the truth, you aren't opposed County 20, 1964.Commissioners when he said he,. Aug was cry insurance, You AFTER can not you buy,.call fire :;. SAVE BY SEPT. 10th, EARN FROM SE t 'tai'J 'g

can do. Pain awe frontage). to wives. And you 'lave milkm,n. unable to get a bid other: than, the fire department .'.' See J
i Bacon. It'. the only meat you have left 'But when you motored down foe the bacon: from the Budd Wall Co, because , Thepurposa of th*', public
Jn the house, but the way you; cook its the ,store was closed. - the other companies believed hearing was ONLY to determine : .. ,
:a survey would be, the NEED for an erosion .
:-slowly, greaselattly-honey, it tastes like So you drove back home and gnawed necessary, and his committee district It was not to de- j '

:in,,,,,,. on a piece of cheese ordinaire (the New' had. -:1\01 fund for a .urv eye dermine HOW. or with WHAT ST
You reach .in the refrigerator to York State It was The opinion of''everyone' structures, or by WHOM any
drag
Sharp exhausted
wan apparently who spoke at the bearing, thing would be done. The law
r :out the bacon and there Isn't'any bacon. ), chewed oflj* piece of bread that except Mr George Glbbs. states that AFTER a referendum

;The milkman, ,who Is apposed to supply was put together with pauf.'and bona that' even It controls should and establishment of FIRST544"Our
i be necessary, : that a survey district all oChoy questionsare
.t. hat milk. ed lot. rtDERAL
eon, only supplied your by: competent engineers of to be answered The fig-
@ Te give him hit honest due, he alto Man 'ti born of women, and certainly recognized skin in ero.lollco urea presented on BUDD

?",k 'supplies (when nobody's home) vast to sorrow, and irretrievably to woe. But :::Edmondson's should bo'made.statistics., GROINS*' relative were merely distribution to shows of

quantities ef eggs (you've got enough hewlnheck does .he find) the missing lid about Gulf property owners In costs between Gulf front own-
eggs to start a modest hatchery, endyou're to a coffee pot? favor of the petition were era and other to the district y .
In based on a petition he sent to TIle RATIO of costs would M/r//./ ; pnitortxwy61e year'
/ with -Aih.vill.
: dickering I syndicate New N. C, Citizen which
them : did not menU. .be the same Whether the .
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G -- Aw ( DOROTHY QATNOBWomen' New Novels I BPWwin: TW, Sept J. 1964-1 : lit 1

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Jottings item!to Editor 488-$808 On Review At Venice Trophy i i :I

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F n rrt i. 1 a y.I -- WoiTIan'sClub With 18 members attending Mrs. Carol Kralilc. District members, Mesdames Mary II '
- - the District 9 meeting of Florida Seven director of the St. Petersburg Gibbs Maria Polo and Clara
Y' '1 1Fr I No wonder Asolo Theater daughter, Miss Lynn Johnson, Joseph Hayes new novel Federation of Business area; and Miss Nan Atwood.
had inch a wonderful Festival added the other two genera "Third Day," will be one of and Professional Women' cy Gilliam president, Mrs. Mrs. Wrede on behalf of I.
season. Most South Countlan tions. the three books Mrs. Clubs In Bradenton Sunday Flay Rader, first vicepresident the district: accepted a state
,
I took in at least one of the -0- local librarian,frothyLantz the Venice Club brought and Mrs. Bea Robinson, citation from Mrs. Freede q
four fine production., all of Miss Donna Stevenson was view at the Venice-Nokomis home the attendance trophyfor second vice-president of the which signified 100 per cent .
them letting attendance records at Skyline Ranch in Mentone, Woman's Club luncheon Wednesday the largest delegation Suncoast Club. representation of all District f
and acme 33 Venetian. Ala., for a month before her at 12.30 pm. at the present. There were 86 mem- Mrs. Mary Hlrleman of Nine Clubs at each of the four 'I
and Nokomls resident at- mother, Mrs. Donald Stevenson clubhouse on North Harbor hers and guests present. Sarasota past state finance quarterly meetings during the I ',
r tended the Venice Day there went by and picked her Drive. Mrs Mae Wrede, district chairman conducted a workshop last fiscal year.
last week. Including this re- up in mid-July. The two then She will also review "The director presided at the 9.30i : for club treasurers.The Venice members' attending <
porter. They were top notch went on to the World's Fair Rector of Justin," a recent Lm i executive board meeting world affairs programwas were President Margaret i
playa and presentation and and visited for some time in novel by Louis Auchincloss and the following general presented by Mrs. Louise EnOCH and Mesdames Hope !
ai we laid, no wonder all previous few England. They arrived : and Sara Sandberg's humorous membership meeting. Johnson of Arcadia. In keep Pierce, Dorothy Rounds, Maria i
mark Were topped. home Saturday. autobiographical story Guest speaker was Mn. tog with the theme she ar- Polo, Dorothy Rhodes, i'I I I j
nj' -0- -0-- "Mama Made Milnk. Beatrice Freed of Dunedin, ranged a special table, centered Mattox Mary Gibbs Clara I i I
Friends and acquaintance A two-months automobile Mrs. Lantz who came to president of the Florida Fed- with a world globe surrounded Atwood, Ruth Sovereign, Virginia I
of Dr. A. W. Docksteader of tour in the Midwest and Venice as librarian of Venice Included by dolls in the dressof Ramsey, Kay Zuegner,
812 E. Alba St have been asking Northeast, during which they Free Public Library when it eration.Mrs. Ruth Special Collin guest of Brem- foreign countries. Members Fay Albright Louise Spear, I
where and how he is. He covered 8,201 miles, was fun opened in January at Venice- erton Wash, former treesurer who speak a foreign Ian- Mary Elliott Alta Jenningsand I
is recuperating nicely from I but quite wearing, Rockwood Nokomis Woman' Club received fuage were seated at this Mae Wrede. i '
several operation. at Bay Bullard of Casey Key said her B. S. Degree in 11- the and National third vicepresidentf able and included Venice 1"1 1I
Pines Hospital and reports when they came home last >rary science from Syracuse Federation; I ; "
that he should be back In Venice week. Mr. and Mrs. Bullard University.The I- I
Ii Vokomfc
Home Club
before too long first attended the wedding of business meeting and i MOVED. :
-0Mn. their granddaughter, Miss program will be held after Lutheran Church "
George Kaup writes Thayer M Wilson, a Sorbonne the salad luncheon. I Meets Sept. 10 I
from Three Rivers Mich, graduate, to Charles Members who have changed : I GULF I
that she will be home Spaulding Clarkston Mich Fall Program Nokomis Home Demonstra-
LW by next address during the past
PROGRAM instituted the Junior Section of TAILORS 1 *
week. Most all the June 27. then visited tion Club members will begin
1 active on They rear are asked to notify Mr.
Woman1 Club want into effect
Nokomis presented to Venice Free Public this Librarykorinf week clubwomen are returning in Ohio, New York and the S. C. Turkenkoph, secretary begins Sunday plans> for a Christmas bazaar FROM THE ARCADE I I I Ito
n i book was from vacations all over with New England slates.o so that the new yearbook, to bet held in November at t
MletressSuesn Pattison, daughter of Mr. and in these the group's meeting Sept. 10
two
or three weeks -
EVii Pattison b.Ug first book'"The Happy Owls," by since most clubs are now beginning The George Spenders of 'now brought in preparation uptodate.Sally may be The autumn program of at 10 '.m. at Nokomis Fire 231 W. MIAMI i
aehttd Emmanuel!! Lutheran Church I'
Itstino Piatti is pr -to'loIn. Dorothy Lantz, with their fall sessions. South Harbor Drive left July Station AVENUE
and Suaan. Run Pattison 1 for a visit with their son, are requested I
lamily) addition book wilt:to presented by the Junior - George Jr., and his family in Capasso of holy communion Sundayat ring a covered dish and Just Wett of Rawtei/
honoring the youngster..The program went into ef- 10:30 a,m. with The Rev their own table service. i
Hion Another person whose abe Chatham, N. J., and immed-
the present term of the ,Junior Section Chair. Crowned 'Queen diaries I. Rowe officiating I -
rt during lence is causing friends I to lately came down with som.tr.acheroua' .
jiMri. Robert Hardee.. , get on, the telephone Is Mrs. virus he said. Preceding the' service the
Of Church Council will meet to'daY
Campers'Miss -
Dorothea Drummond of After weeks of I '
302 seven fighting
at 8 p.m. in the parish diolzj zII
Short Road. Or at least she It, they came on home last Sally Capasso, daughter -'hall to plan fall activities and /futumu / I Ii I
did live there, and the friendsare week "into the sun" and are of Col., and Mn. Sal Cap arrange for observance" of
CONSULTATION calling to lament her departure now fine also of Shore Road was vot- I'the church's first; anniversary. i,
|p E ESTYLE She left Friday to -o- ed "Queen of the Campers" ;
live with her son, Paul Jr., Saturday her fellowworkers Jftjiad jwICai h
I to Mr. and Mrs. Earl MIntzer I by I A new curriculum of Christ. I
School"SPECIAL at 101 Hughes Lane In Baby of Tampa and their two sons in Amherst, Mass. She is Ian education will be Instituted I
lon, N. Y, They report that were weekend guests of Mr. I a senior at Venice High I in the church school on SPECIAL! PERMANENT WAVES I
her courage and cheer in, the and Mrs Harry Lanius of 1317 School. Sept. 13 at 9:15: '.m.. i
face of,invalidism has been Cypress Ave. A beach cookout She and 27 other girls from Choir rehearsals. wffl beheld $8.50 $10.00 $12.50
Richards PERMANENT Inspiring to many who knew and some night fishing were Venice and Sanford left on
|Caryl regularly oa Wednesdayat and
Includes hair styling, shampoo set
her.. provided for entertainment. June 28 to work in the tobacco 7 30
: p.rn.
-0- -0- fields in Massachusetts on The will be in his of FREe CAN OF BONAT HAIR SPRAY ,I
pastor
REG. $15. NOW
$$5.00 WITH H2SO WAYE.
Back home from a seven- Mrs M. L. Weaver of Las a school-sponsored program ice each morning, Tuesday
week tour, with temperature Vegas, Nev. ii the hou.e'Ilest The girls have been quarteredin through Friday from 9-11 a. GLADYS ADKINS
(Limited time only) extremes from 40 to 120 degrees of her parents the Horace a University of Massachusetts m. for counseling or assistmce. ew ,
GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURLY" encountered are the residence house and during
WE PERMANENT F. Brodies of Casey Key. Those wishing to see 131 W. Miami Ace Ph.
Clyde Higels of 820 OrmandSt. the summer have made ,
She came', a month ,ago because him may call personally. or
They visited the Bill Bell- of her mother's illness visits to the World' Fair, telephone 4884942.
ANNE.K BEAUTY
SHOPPE emys in Hattiesburg, Miss, Mrs Brodie is currently recuperating The Rev. Mr. Rowe said
her sister's family, the Ralph at Venice Hos the church wishes to extend
121 N. Tamtam! Trill Ph. 488-1347 Woolieyi, in Sherman Oaks, pital. a special invitation to area FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL
Calif and the Roy Tyes in --o- newcomers to the fan ser ;
(next to J.&H. Drug Store) Sioux Falls, S. Dak. In Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Stapleton vices. Emmanual Lutheran is 1
tuba of' FCA. Winners of, style coloring contest* they visited her relatives : of 407 Maggiore Road affiliated with the Lutheran Principal: JEAN SPEAR. (MISTD) t
then went over into have returned from the wedding Church In America. ,
Canada and came down the of their D. V.
son, Stap-
other side of Lake Superior to leton Jr., in Tappahannock kr ,
Lancing Mich., to visit his Va. and say he could not have r OUTOFDOORSCHOOL VENICEI
family. Last stop was in Richmond selected a finer or lovelier
NOTICE Va., with Navyfriends bride. They spent some timeIn I
Knoxville, Tenn on business 4520 Ocean Blvd.Sarasota Registration: Fri., Aug. 28th 7 to 9 p.m. :

Our Pharmacy located 'J In the 'Medical Center -o- before going on to Washington I a k ;aMISS \ 1
En route to Midwest City, .
D. C. where the ,
ion
Udmq, on the Rialto, will re-open on Tuesday, Okla. to await the arrival of lives and thence to Tappa 'f. Small Clones/ at the STUDIO
bptember 8th. We appreciate the faithfulness their first grandchild, Mr. hannock for the wedding on Individual Instruction
doss many customers who called on our Yen- and Mrs Albert M. Coates of Au,. 22. They returned Mon Co-Edueafional CORNER OF E. VENICE AVE & VENICE BY-WAY

Ice Avenue Store for"service during the vacation, automobile 1213 Groveland accident Ave., had Hot an day. Nursery 7nr 10th Gr. Skill JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AISTDJ' I
months of and Now near -0-- JANICE DREW (AISTD
July August we :ere ready Springs Ark. She was injured The Carter H. Harrisons of Y rk. TnniportafioH )
to warn you again: come back,to.Me. us. and is now recuperating at Casey Key celebrated their
Midwest City Memorial Hos golden wedding anniversary REGISTRATIONNOW PH. SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR

THANK YOU, pital. They are the guests of in August With a family reunion BEINGACCEPTED . erne in to meet the staff on registration day. I
their son and his wife, Mr. at their cabin at Huron
and Mrs. Bill H. Coates and Mountain Club on Pine River SALLY CAPASSO 1
will remain in Midwest City near Big Bay Mich. BALLET
DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY until the grandchild arrives Boston, Sturbridge and Harvard School( Opens Oct. 1 ht (Cecchetti Method Imperial Society of England)
622 The Rialto and Mrs. Coates has fully re University. Last weekend
covered. Library Will Close they took: to trip on the Pre-school Sept. 14th TAP
Medical I Center Bldg.WOOLWORTH'S. -o- Mohawk Trail Into Vermontand
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Traverof For Labor Day New Hampshire. Ph. 924-1013 (Beginner to Professionals)

204 Bayshore Circle. were ; During the crowning ceremony 11_.... .T A.erallte4riorlda Opening date delayed one week due to locating studio.
host and hostess to four gen. Venice Free Public Librarywill Sally was presented $ Cranell of We have studio. ,
celebration ... ... now temporary ,
in
orations Thursday at a picnic be closed Monday with a stuffed tiger. l.dw..dwr I
supper at their home. The of. Labor Day Mrs The girls will return to Ven-
guests included her cousin Dorothy Lantz, librarian,announced ice Sunday.' ,
.
and husband, Mr and Mrs. today. .

. Irving Johnson. and Mn. Ronald Hanson SHFFERSGREAT'WIN FALL' .
'f "lit' * ilk '* *--K'* *'tit x'" Johnson mother, Mrs 'VeT :: ._Rainbow, Bake Sale !
jetta Cowan of Port Charlotte. HAVRonald
The Johnson's daughter Rainbow' Girls will hold a To Address I
LABOR DAY Elslde of West bake sale 11:30 I :
Mrs. Wagner "; beginning : Hospital
Hanson, Venice
Caldwell, N. J., and herBOY'S a.m., tomorrow and Saturdayat y I
will be

0* . * * * * t * and near<;J!Venice on the West Poet Shopping Venice Office. Avenue Center guest monthly administrator speaker educational and initiate series Of a 100 FOR 100 I H'tA I

SPECIALS talks at the first fall meetingof
Ua Hospital Auxiliary. Volunteers '
on Sept. 14 at noon at t-
1 SARDENERS GARDENERS GARDENERS NEW HOMES St. Mark's Episcopal. Church MONTH MONTHS I
parish hall.
MINATURE FRUIT TREES, >0 FURNISHEDOR The series win acquaint GET YOUR OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK HEREI I
223 W. Venice Ave UNFURNISHEDwill auxiliary members with the
general workings of the hospital.
:CAUVMONDON._._ v. 1.98m accept . ..
Home. Land
y
W p Mrs. Murnam Jones presl ALL YOU NEED
w Car Boat dent will be in charge. I I ,,
I' TALL -- sJABBOVITA : Trailer in trade
Those attending are requested -
;
to bring their own d 6 Is the name Sheaffer taken from

".-. e 3.98 ? ,Cockrill Builders sandwiches. Members bringing '' n's any card or package bearing
should notify Mrs. ,
guests
offices In East Gate
Joseph Feytel of 724 Valencia Sheaffer merchandise
GARDENERS GARDENERS GARDENERS. ph. 488.1451488.3845 ,
S Road. (or a store receipt) or J
PICNICS CAMPING. PICNICS CAMPING
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tClCTOSCHOOL! BACK TO SCHOOLWOOLWORTh'S 4.98 i
COMPLETE PERMANENT WAVE DICK & MEADOWS

SHIRTS MARY BISHOP, Manager

formerly with ,Canter Beauty Salon PHARMACY n''

4.98 US 41) South of Alb. Road 231 W. Venice Av.. Ph. 488-6776 1 wi
. .. ; Nokomis Phone 488-5560 ) f + t a,
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__GONDOlIER, Venice{ FT.. fluff., Sept 3, 1964 I GOP Sets Rally At Englewood


I pi SNOLEWOOD -. S rasota will' bv,i On oP ormi
Bridge Scores
: County Republic will now meet all Sarasota Count;
feehloned barbeque -
a rally and old- publican candidatei.:
., Bridge Studio, Monday Bridge Studio, Monday, 8-MrsVf: Geisser and Mrs to Englewood: Wrtay. At 4:00: p.m atreil II,
Aur. 24th, 1 p.m Aug. Z4th, 7:30 p.m. W. Locffler, 021%. Following the arrival of an qua will be served.
I J-Mr.. J. H. Morris and Col. 1-Mrs. W. H. Namack andJ. I Venice Contract Bridge automobile cavalcade from All' Sarasota County,
Vincent Dixon, 63. K. Hill, 48 H. Club, Aug. 21, 7:30 pm. r, r> rc Sarasota at approximately regardless of party Ii
Ii, ,I 2-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and 24-Mrs. James O. Kane and 1-Mrs, James G. Kale and v' 11:30: ..m., Mr. Helene Mor- lion, lire urged to attend
Mr. Harry Lawrence, 80 Col. Vincent Dixon 47.' Mrs, J. H Morris, 61. 1 1I ids, Republican National Com- participate. Since ins|
8-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle andA 23Mr. and Mrs W. H 2-Mrs. Elgin Morlson and mittewoman, and Senator will beheld In an open |
1 G. Campbell 59. Tomlinson, 47.' Mrs Clare Carlson; 57. Warren Henderson will dedlcete diners are urged to \
4-Mrs. Elgin Morlson and S.-Col. Vincent Dixon and : the new Republican along their own chain
Mrs. J. W. Kimball 55V4. Bridge Studio, Tuesday. Myron Schoenfeld, S4V4. Headquarters' on West Dear- table! .rvlce.
Ang Z5tn, 7130 r
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t 4-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and N. born Street, near Orange
1-Mrs. J. H. Morris and fff
t Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 35. K. Patton, 50.Bridge Avenue.At ,rlnegar andera ;;
{ GULF 2-Mrs. Clare Carlson and Studio/ JOO: p.m., there.will be ? used ,together, *iu
THEATERToday l
Mrs. Louis J. Unertle, 25 Finals of Friday Series ,, I gathering on North Indiana I hance the flavor. of i>
Games -
: : from the and-vlnegar ,,dretaing
thru 3-Myron Schoenfeld and Col 1 Mrs. W. Tomlinson. Avenue (across for
Saturday H.
Ira Nelson 23H I-Mrs. Corrie Graff. Cajun Club), where voters ad.
"RHINO" Woman's Club, Thursday, S-Mrs. May Bargas + $ -
I
AUK. nth, 1 p.m. .
4 Mrs H. S Pratt.
Sunday thru Wednesday I-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and 5-Mr*. F. N. Mulhern.Candidate H
Mrs. J. W. Kimball.' 82%. DANCE CLASSESADULTS :
Robert Gould 2-Harry Reimer and J. K. '' '
t in"HONEYMOON Hill, 59H. Fete 2 1 Yk e ',TEENAGE: a CHILDRENREGISTRATION
iY, '
3-Myron Schoenfeld and Col de it
a HOTEL"Tropical Vincent Dixon, 87.' "
4-5-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and Set By DemosThe +. t4 ''iL a //m ig''t
Mr. C. E Bryant Jr, B5V4, : ,e BALLROOM CLASSES for ADULTS and TEEN-AGE
t Drive-In and A. G. Campbebll, j5! Vi. Sarasota County Democratlc FOX Tnay, WALTZ. CPA, CBA. CBA.. BIIMBA. TANGO,
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4-8-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle Woman's Club ill ROCK OU., BOSS NOVA 4 >D DANCES
Today thru Saturday Bridge Studio, Friday sponsoring a candidate dinner .r..ae.
1 dance Friday, Sept. 18, at
Aug Mth I p.m.NORTHSOUTH mud TEEN-AGE
CHILDREN In
i GIANT SCARA-THON Holiday Inn In ,Sarasota., The i CLASSES for
featuring I-Mrs. W. H. Homllnson and social hour starts at 6::30 1; t'i i ? BALLET,. TAP,. ACROBATIC and MODERN JAZZ
4 Full-Length Movies Harry Relmer, 99. pm., dinner at 8 and 'dancIng dr + .. .. .
r 2-W. H. Tomlinson and Mrs. follows ECMATTOIAI CWTKB
Saturday thru H S. Pratt 84%. Guest speaker will be Senator FLYING EYES The Sarasota County Air Search and,Rescue Squadron, an arm of the, BOraTHATtlO VENICE*.- A OARDIN'I".l* a -Aw 1411r.... Tmhr, SM. |<'
Wednesday"VIVA l-Mrs. May Bargas and J. : Spessard Holland. Other Civil Defense organization has volunteered 1 ts services to the Venice Branch Eye Bank. : P.M. Cklldn. * IMi A-*taf< Art. TCMV" Swt. lilt |
The Air Searth and Rescue unit will the corneal from the Eye Bankto to aril r.a4 ClUM "tort enl .1.10"
LAS VEGAS"1and 1C. Hill, 84 Invited Include Rep. James fly fresh transplants . . .
EAST-WEST A. Haley, State Chairman; the areas where they are needed quickly Dr. Douglas Williamson (second from
-Mrs. H L. Bartholomew Warren Goodroch, National left), medical director of the Venice Branch Eye Bank, said the new method will save TtrmoX An Mlrwa, II I taMM eta i., ;"...fc;.. ,W II Iwm,.M.
"EL CID"COOO&OOOOC'CiOOCOCOOOCX I and Carl Hauerbach 94%. Committeeman Elliott Roosevelt considerable time, a vital factor in cornea transplant surgery Discussing the new volunteer ChI_, I I""''. ,II. ,
S-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Mrs and National Committee. service with Dr. and Mrs Williamson are Harold G. Higble, squadron commander,
C. R. Phillips, 834. woman Annette Baker.; and Don Billib, a squadron member. MR. &' MRS 'EARL ATKINSONResidence '
4S38 Blgel Are., Tel 9Z4-03Z5 CaU HanlmLAUREL
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'\ ,' The Southern Comfort NOW OPEN I NPC BudgetHearing Venice East News

i 9.. to 5 p.m.daily I h

J Set By SALLY STDBBS

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mc hurst Drive. Twenty friends
SEe IT AT NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE -, Caffrey, of Caledon East On- and relatives were present
4L' ) A second and final tario, Canada, were guests I and Charlotte Schultz was the
/ last week of the Rus.ellMoore' recipient of many lovely
South reading of the proposed 1964- .
l' at their home on 130 gifts
.nic. Blvd. 65 budget Is on the agenda Sandhurst Drive. Bra Mc -0-
for the next meeting of.thecity Caffrey is a niece of the Another new resident of
Alligator Drivi commission at 7 pm. Moores and accompanyingthem Venice East recently moved R l
Sept. 14. were their two child into the residence of Audrey, I
SOUTH VENICE
ren Brent Susan and David, Danny and Stephen McCarthyat I DAY SCHOOL
.:''iI The budget as It now stand and Mr. McCaffrey' brother 126 Sandhurst Drive. Thisresident I
provides for a tax increase Brian. After they leave Ven is strictly one of a
from 5ft mills to seven mills, ice East they will visit Mi kind as he is a rare Chinese & KINDERGARTEN
$10,750 plus a 10 per cent tax on electric ami, on to Washington, then Pug Bull Dog. This three
I New York and the World' month old puppy has not only KINDERGARTEN CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER I
I i" on your approved! bills Fair. and then return to Canada won the favor of all of the 120. PER MO. IN ADVANCE OR tiJOO PER SESSION/
the
s neighbors but also neighborhood
9'x12' 12'x12' The Elmer Hedeens can'l dogs.It may be be- ALL DAY CARE 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
I 12' x'J51 IS' x 18', stay put. Just back from cause he is smaller than all children 2 to 6 old
*
Designed & Built by THIRTEEN! three months in Europe they of the other dogs but they yr
FRANCIS EVANS 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large living room are off again, this time back treat him with great care and REGULAR ATTENDANCE (at least J times a wtot)
and Florida Qualify Nylon and Acrihn to their old home Mansfield, respect. Respect he should $200 PER DAY (includes hot lunch)
'". 2190 South U.S. 41 room. Room Skid Rtgt. Ohio The one excuse is bust- have, for his lineage goes
Few homes are so carefully executed ROLL ENDS 50% OFF less. Mr. Hedeen still main. 'way back but his immediate SPECIAL RATES FOR MORE THAN ONE IN A FAMILY
"I e Venice, Florida assorted colors ains an active Interest In theexgate family are Miss Pixie and Sir SERVICE AVAILABLE
i N. of Cyros to provide the maximum of : of Suncoast his PICK-UP & TAKE HOME
(lust ) ease, comfort < Development Corp. Theodore and
I ph. 488-1553 and spaciousness. BRITTON'SVenice of Mansfield and the other iso name is Sir Buttons. The of. approximately hours ef transportation are
1 I : Shopping Center be present for the arrivalof llcial owner of Sir Buttons is i
t 11: __ __ their first grandchild. They young Stephen McCarthy and I 8.30: a.m. 11)30) a.m. 5:00 p m.,
will wait for the event at the his mother has turned the en PH. 488-2639
C't home of Mr. and Mrs Jeffrey tire car and responsibility t
6 ilttlson( the former Sonja into his hands. I...- Jlc_' _'_'_____"""" """ --
Gustave Hedeen) in Cincin- 4
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lovely little lady visitor (4 to E a
at the Harold Seall home for +
the past few weeks was Miss I
I II Ij Cindy: Seall of Columbus ,
Ohio the 1
"Cindy" sevenyearold -
grandchild of Mr. and
I tlrs Harold Sean of 142 Venice -
I r East Boulevard has visited .
here several times and Is
I well known to all the neighborhood RUG SERVICE
children who were HOME FURNISHING
j anxiously awaiting her arrival PATIO SHOP
I and miss her now that she FREE DECORATING ,
has gone back home. She e ACCESSORIES :,' : ':
made this trip all alone by GIFT IDEAS .' .""
air and said she enjoyed
every moment of It and was
h' Ligustrum never afraid. Of course her !
gallon size
0 mother put her aboard in Columbus ,13

I / Large Honeysuckle 7 5 were waiting and her for grandparents her in Sara-
iota. Her father, Sergeant '

Copper Plant gallon size CI Henry Stephen duty at Seall present is on but overseas HOUSE OF FURNITURE

I 'j I I Cindy and her mother are exlectlng 421 S,,TamlMil Tr. Venice,
"
i his return this fell At Venice Shopping Center ,
I -o- .
I Mr. Ted Riehl gave a love. ......
Iy "Pink or Blue" shower at +
I i 4 her home on Paddington Road SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 'J 15 YEARS
SEAGMPESqtsize. 35
i i '. last week The party was given '
i 1"
J for her neighbor Mrs '
,II 1 d:r r ALL COLORS Leonard' Schultz of 170' Sand-' tA

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I 2.75 STEAK 12-Inch SANDWICH Home-made, Pizza_$1 I up Sao ; ,Bay'Vist.i \ t .

TREE ((25c each additional dreutng) It RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGEWe
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Stall Egg Can BROWN BUD MUG.O-BEER 30o DAILY DINNERS $ D BAR

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GLADESBAR BUNCHES .... .. ..'... .... .,! ,..,/u.,..750 I nd uP

Alamanda $3.00 & RESTAURANTS. CLOSED MONDAYS,,,
REMEMBER! SR 77S at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.
Tsmlaml Trail Just S. el' Bill Phllllpi Ford L Rotary Meets Hare Tuesday Noon. Ph._ 47Jjj 80

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Annuals will be ready October 1 1st The Driftwood Inn Restaurant, SMACK McDONALD'S


i SOUTH OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD

SUMMERS NURSERYinc. "food that ,h Making; Me lemon Bay Art Foment" Ml' S.Tamaml! ", Trail Ph. 48-2873 V M P*

.i SMORGASBORD $ OC ForSPECIAL
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ON U. S. 41 SMORGASPREAD M TAKE.OITPICNIC !

4 Miles North of Venice IVa' Miles South of Blackburn Point Road '11 s30 to i P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. $1 "vuYou'l BOX LUNCHES

,, PHONE 488.1521 Enfly[ Our Popuar Dinner e.From $1.00 SERVING IRSAKFAST 6 .
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Methodist Youth The GONDOLIER. Venice, Ft*. n..... s.... 3, 1t4-'I'

;::J' End Week With Banauet. .I

torni70 young Methodisth o Ii
the area are sharing in th,e youths from the three churches ;
v.nicc-Nokoml Englewo I b are In charge of each
v Week program whlcliKt ] night's devotion. Assisting ,
youth '
bsnouet tomor .7 her are Kathy Brannen seVenire I II
with a
1F II
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d at Grace Method! Becky Curry Annette Goren. I ,
Church.pynilht fie, Harriet Ivei, Janice Jes- I ,
9 Owen II dear sup Robert Merrill and Deb-
Norm
b Mee; faculty having arrapg bie Murphy Irvin Muhn !Is ShoppIng Center W. Venice Ave. It I
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their adult advisor.
s protra'h with the min
ed Ten the of the three poncorin? Miss Debbie Murphy !la "
Indie* Venice NokomU chairman of publicity. Her RESTAURANT SPECIALS I
l Sethod'Bt' Fnglewood MthojM assistants are Randy Bernlus, .
!
5 mil the host ('!rac. MethodKt Roy Bernlus, Dorothy Blades j
0 The R-v Ed Dlnklns,, Terry Brannen Chris Grams
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
r Methodist castor Is di.I Beverly Jones and Tommy .
i Grace Pltcock. Roy Bernlus !is adult I
I He Is assisted on the
nclor finance committee bv The advisor.Food Creole Meat Balls Ham Steak or !
Dv. J. L. Jones of Vent' coordinators are Mesdames Shrimp .
Lloyd Murphy, Irvin
j Nkom!' Mrtlwrtirt and Th I
Muhn, Francois Ferrec Baked Chicken
0 Hardee ot Engleomj -
A.
.lev Methodist George Grlsdale Delbert and Rice and Spaghetti I
(!
Barcus Norman Parker and Complete Dinner)
HIM{ Sandra Mitchell l liKiistratlon Giles (

br Mecca' chairman Lydia Bohwln assist.ti ., r Miller 82 82( 99
Carmen Geigley and Norma 1
: Owen BACKTO ;! .
Guest speaker of the oro- BOTTLE OF 75's 930 $ ..
which opened Sunday,
gram,
II The Rev Eli Montfort 01( COLLEGE
fort Myers. He has beenasking In Springy Cnb'ton ROLAID Tablets 53c i
st 8.45: p.m. each Crepe Wedge So/. ShoesFLYING I .
rvenlni on a phase of the { .
youth Week theme, "We a, b (
I Share Thy Purpose" $1.49 Size i i i i
w The Rev Richard Wilson ol
n [ indenton is conducting two A SERUTAN Granules 92c '
I pelt courses on "Friend-
ihipi" and Preparation fore (Gonfolhr photo to Durl Iict..t| !I Ib3c
IIltln," and "Dating and CHICKEN IN THE COOP It was Annual Youth Week thla week at Grace Methodist '
Preparation for Marriage" Church and here the youngsters are participating In a pattern dance. Miss Beverly SaeWERNETS )
duly at 7:15: and I p.m. The Jones, daughter of the Rev. J. L. Jones, pa stor of the Venice-Nokomie Methodist Church,
tint is for youth of Junior Is at left doing the calling. Youth of Methodist Churches in the area participated In the
i tlh axe and the Utter for annual event. 34c .1 :
senior high and older mem-
[ fen The sessions Include disunions precede the guest and recre program and Davis and The Mrs. Howard Proctor and ? '
and films. ation periods. The program Rev Wayne Langford, associate Mrs Harry Williams. DENTURE CREME 1
The programs open each closes nightly ot 9:30: p.m., director of Methodist Misa Susan Van Deusen is
evening at 8:30: p.m. with after the worship service. Youth Conference, led the chairman of tomorrow even MOTORING? I
upper after which a "sing James Davis and Joanne first i evening' program. In,'. banquet. She is assisted WASTE BASKET J
tIm." and announcements Gietck planned the recreation Davis left Monday to resume by Delores Blades, Kitty WALKING?
his college work and members Crams Pam Howell Sharon
. Metal wear bed,,. 12.quart the. AM
--- ------- of the youth groups are Howell Phyllis Mikesell .
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carrying out the week's recreation Glenda Mitchell Melinda
plans Muhn John Pltcock Paul SPECIALShoe. , Gfj
Adult Youth Week advisors Smith Frank Winesette and -
p are Roy Bernlus Sr., Mr and Lynette Wise. Adult advisors, Jerry'scOl1ifort
BLALOCK Mrs Irvin Muhn and Mr. and In addition to Mrs Muhn, are
JAMES T. AGENCY INC. Mrs. Harold Smith. Mrs Mrs Fred Gorenflo and Mr
\ and Mrs Harold Smith Mrs TRANSISTOR Polisher
Lloyd Murphy and Mrs. Muhn AIL
It' ura.nct | Giles Miller is in charge of
are food chairmen. banquet food. R TAPE RECORDER lattwy aporat4, WM I beaches, bah I
E-dobtisbttd 1929 Accompanists for the musical Miss Blades is chairman of 1t fw end 4 policing elothi.
243 W. VENICE AVE. parts of the programs are the worship service at which afootin
; Rmati aamral mil*, pads kittae apare. 3.49
VENICE FLORIDA glee, &&Hghtw.lshtl Tepe SPECIAL. .
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Select and Conuilt an Independent Methodist Circles eM
PHONE Grace GENUINE
Inturanc Aqent ai you
488-6791 would your Doctor or Lawyer. 3 DEERSKIN SPECIAL Ifl" TRAVEL IRON r

Will Meet Sept. 8, 16 Heavy china, tlnlth, Hvhtmlgltt miimpact. 1
$12.95
#i;
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v I September circle meetingsof omen of 329 Ponce de Leon I
the Woman's Society of Ave Devotions by Mrs. Etta UDICO ELECTRIC SPECIAL 1.88
'Christian Service of Grace Arthur and program by Mrs.. . .
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Methodist Church will be Carl Coleman CAN OPENER
held on Sept. 8 and Sept. 16. Esther Circle 2 p.m., at '
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY The tuesday meetings will the home of Mrs. Arthur TRANSISTOR RADIO ,
bet: Swanson of 429 Park Lane
TRADITIONALLet
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An.'I.l .
Naomi Circle 9:3D: a.m. at Drive. Devotion. by :Mrs try Ietsaeeable twd, fi Tramlitor rorfl. with cow, earphtne. '
rae aid kattwlM. Gnat buy!
ui style your favorite ecu the home! of Mrs. Delbert John Robinson ...'Ic Htf lift.,. |
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.Ktwl Barcua of 106 Lilac Lane, :Miriam Circle 2 p.m. at heavenlyDeerEase w.. ,_M ..,,. a ';
t e I: a Rntyling Venice Gardens. Devotionsand the church officers serving .rN...Ie. ,..wreterNI. .tael 4' SPECIAL . 7.99 {
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program by Mrs. M. B. as the hostesses Devotionsby envy daN
a All Lamp Remain Paschal Mr.. Marie Marshall and ewer tlee. d

Wort by EiperUnced Designers andCraftsmen Rebekah Circle, 10 a.m., at Shaffer program by Mrs. Harley COLORS: SPECIAL . s FILLER PAPER
the hohme of Mrs Ben Moatsof
Devotions Lois Circle 8 p.m. at the BON WHIT
St
508 Beatrice
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. !and program by Mrs. Stanley home of Mrs E G. "Dan". BROWN BLACK 300 SHEETS S3 I
Collins Boone of 830 Riviera St. Devotions NATURAL 999 MOL. \
and Mrs.
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA Grace Circle 1:30 p m at William Kruger.program by Sizes: 5 to I 11 I 500 SHEETS .HOC. ... 77* "Ii.
the home of Mrs. O K. Sim. Mary Martha Circle will All Width. i..
meet on September 16, at the I
CIDAA home of Mrs Andrew Wise
man ot 9 Concord Ave., with Jerry'sSHOE $1.00 Size
Mrs. Barney Simpson serving
as co-hostess Devotions and COMFORT SHOP OLD SPICE 61c
program will be given by Ana ........
Mr., Robert Gamble. ..4 Orlh.t.41.' RhiM
211 S. TRAIL VENICE STICK DEODORANT
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with a damp cloth: 27c Sire


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MEAN BUSINESS! of forward achievement into new Is theInditpeniible realm" SPECIAL ALARM CLOCK

contributionof (
fo'D".h 1 49.bew spelnq waead. Ausewed ester. Med. .
American Labor . the by hmau "WaHClen." I
propellent of American 'II n
W.'r overstocked with new shipments. Save a bundle NOW. ProgreulVENICENOKOMISI3ANI SPECIAL , . I..

All models. All colors. You'll like the deals. The trade-ins are

highest I everl ,Biggest sales drive of the yearl Come on down NOW! ; .np JJrr-! l S

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ValuableCoupon .r."fww.....004 Marg.SAVI2kTHRIFTYMAIDBARntn I
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r r. .Pears . 3 Upw Na 2K? $100 1 fott.//GNN.e..a..V.1I4 n.c.t,1; SSer t?jE HAWARAN
,.r RED or YELIOW
IAVI it AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK AND A ANIWNNDIKROlAMK HI WD BRAND Fresh Froz.

t Beans . 3> "mit Cam 25 .- PUNCH
Six -
Gov't. Insp. Grade "A"
t I ,. UVIIOc BLEACH FREE 100 EXTRA + 4 a6 as. $ 00

I ,: Clorox . . 29c CI--TOP VALUE STAMPS Whole Or Cut Up uchoo unl '

SAY[i.THRIFTY MAIDTomatoes With Coupon and Purchas of$2 or Mora
;1a
. a:Fad:: 1 10c SCHOOL SUPPLIES

IAVI W DEEP SOUTH HAMBURGER
::1 EXTR4 I
I I SIL Dills . 2:.z. 25c' Clip I I TOPVALUISTAMPSI . FRYERS
1
ValuableCoupon '
I SAW 10 CRACKIN'GOOD CN0201UPPIIES
f
I ., Treats . 14k.PIg UIIIt T1ro, 25 c.u$,..v....""" ..".'
A WIN I I CHPI
SAN Jc HUDSON TABU __
Napkins 70 Ct,Pka 8e
u.It Two W-D BRAND Fresh Froz. Cov't Insp. Grado A t
SAVI lOl DIXIE DARLINO White Sandwich I Leaf

Bread . 2 'oafs Lk 39c FRYER PARTS

I I SAVE!OL/TTLIDDIIi/ Drumsticks . . . u. 49c Lb 2 5 it
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I
Raisin Cremes .. 39c Fryer Thighs . . u. 49c.FROZE'tsftOOD' Four

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$' 1 Breast with: Ribs . u. 59c

<< Fryer Wings . . Ua. 2ge

\}, i11ANSOHPROZBLMIAT Fryer Gizzards . . u. 29

Dinners, . '. Loch 39 to ? .,

I BRDSIYE FROZEN SPEARS OF WD SAND t

Broccoli . . ",. 29c LEANER,FRESHER o r
CYPRESS GARDENS FROZENLemonade. :Ff GROUND

j . 9 cars 99c BEEF ;;

I i TBASURI ISLE FROZEN BREADED kAkr +
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) I Shrimp . 2001.PIt,. 99C PllUbury w.BaHarcfaBiCUltS . . 4 8 OL Cam 39
I ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRIED t Min Wisconsin Longhorn '

Potatoes . 4 $100 } Cheese . . . 10 ot pig. 49cPalmttt t
I. *Forma Potato,Cob Slowwer l t
... Macaroni Salad . M ox. Cup 39c
FREE 450 Extra 'MORE ''ME'AT'. VALOESWD Palmotto Farina Plmlonto'
.
TOP VALUE Cheese Spread . u OL CUP 59c Tomatoes
STAMPS Kraffa 19
....You pip mj. Rodaon.. Al Ho BRAND U.S.CHOICI Chez Whiz . . . 801.Jar 3 9c Ib.{ .

Vatablo. eo.,... h ThU AJ Chuck Steaks . . 69 Sup.rbrondllc.dNat.rol| GOLDEN YIUOW 10

., SMALL,FRESH,MEATY PORK Swiss Cheese . . 6 n.pkg. 35c Fresh Corn
59c
) ears.
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TOPIE7iCTR VALUE STAMPS Spare Ribs I . . . 59'ARMOUR PlW.lUICY'
r -;.:::.-;..-=- STAR Viking Hoavy Duty Oalvanlsod .
.N;.c .t'II..Sge, Cans Nectarines 'ib. 19c
: C.q a Y.M rb..y&" Sliced Bacon . . 49 Garbage SEEDLESSTOMPSON

AT ANYWINN.DIYI0.WIK, Nrr ski 'iWieners; Each $199 Grapes !19c
1// 2p'' 39e . lb.
j 71CrRd COPEUND'S Plcklo ft Plmlonto,Ollvo w FANCY SWEET
f TOP VALUE STAMPS High Quality Hospital

;i I hutPogtoal=,,' aw.39c Sliced Bologna' < ...Pka 29C Bed Pillows)) Prune Plums'l Ib.17c>

1 t TASTE 0'SEA FROZEN FILLETS OP FANCY RUSSET
C w Y.M 1h iql i

J I AtANYWNN.D/KI/ lKWItCNK Cod or Perch . 39' Each, $199 Potatoes 5.':; 49c


TOP EXTRA.. VAIUi STAMPS. I IE79CTRATOP"VALUE I E7lCTRA I EXTR.4.I
STAMPS EX-rR4
.r.'awn w MaM.tlwMti .. TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP V ALUI
, I CMryd. { ioot.I1IeAi.stltx" --v 111aM-/a.!w.MMYWIn.AK. .'. -Cn1a...w IR' w STAMPS rrw- TOP..VALUE auww STAMPS M....
, 0e00I
SIdoIdt. 5100
a. .;59. StWc 9gee. Potato CUpi V5 59 ,..;'
.. .. f : 99.e
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', Ai'I'I'WINN.DIX"01 kWlIr fK A} WlNN DtYI"01 IrWIW t'Hlr AT ANY" WINM' DIKE 01 ItwiK/ t'HPI Y.M. Dm" $
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The GONDOLIER Venfca. Fl!!:___ Thuri., S.pr. 3>, 196-4-11 J



m THe IIRGUIT Legal COURT OP THE THB CIRCUIT LegalIN COURT OF THB : l

I .._' rwrUTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN TWELFTH' JUDICIAL CIRCttTT IN $200. DOWN -' I I
AND PUS SARASOTA COUNTY. AND FOB BARASrvTA COUNTY,
KUiBIUA IN CHANCERY.HAI FIXIRIDA 'IN CHANCERY I
.PH LANKIER: JR., GRACE HE1.INA: M. UHSTEAD, 3 Br. 2 Bath-Ducted; Oil Heat-Terr. Floor*-Generate : I J
AGNES: LANUItR.1 and JOHN J. A ilnflo '
:ILAIR ai TraoKo.NOTICC. pi.i.sitf.1 Drive-Car Port-Semi Enclowd-City Water end Sewer.
CASH MO. 7MO 'j'
P1.intttfs. 19.'.' On Beautiful Street In Venice THIS IS A STEAL. II I I
Rentals rii5.5400..cI.1J: : : CHARLES MATLOCK *t n ned
Help Wanted LegalIN m... FLOYD MATl.OCK it Ul, *t al.IMondaMa .
DoIID...... ACT FAST .

PRIVATE ROOM with ii WHITE, HOUSEWORK cook. Tail CIRCUIT OOUKT OP THH OF SUIT NOTICS or SUIT\

BATES 305 Glen Oak, Venice Gar bag for 2 adults Transpor I AND TWELFTH: FOB" JUDICIAL SAKA80T CIRCUIT COUNTY IN MEADOWS, Suit t* ForaakM MATLOOK Contract and for HAITI SaliTtiiCHARLES ROBERT P. MERRILL Realtor \
dens.
LYLf 0.
L both Thursday Phona 4883853.FURNISHED tation neceaaary. 4R8-1338. 'LOII1D4. IN CKAlleUWILLIAN \. TO Vn .'. horobr. notlflod tOot a Complaint MATtOCK kuibind' and MATLOCK.FLOYD (
R..... .0.. KAMIIAM and for Ooalaratorr Doon for ..5C MATLOCK and JUANITA Miami
hinge Editions or Unfurnished. THBLKU. HAUUAN. 3eabanlad thofblWln hniband and wIfe all p.itl' ilalmlnf 127 W. 481-1002':1
.nd Monday Seasonal WAITRESS WANTED. Phone W H, C:Inpllod: ataat rI'C.: ; bom Inhnwit br thrxifh. indor *r a.aln.t :
or
yearly j bed. I
4889963. "".""CAM 1usd .."'.., ..... 5. witI ,uld CKarlto Matlork. H.Ul.. l Matloik.Floyd .
$$1.50 room duplex In Nokomis. pIt NO. HIM Thai pant of tins I'" of 11I:1of: Hatlook', Ju.nlta II.".... or anron I
488-3323 after five. WE NEED Licensed )lWa/4 of 54. Tewoobie Snuth or nor of thm, nat aU p.nloi
Real Estate snvarAaeo: med MAST .. Nnthof banISh or slalnntno to .hoe cop rlfht
,. L.t 1pm
((12 word misimuwldditionaI \ ) 4 ROOM Furniahed People New class by AO, ,. _........ Oftd wll, tI. Ms's.a. :.., go lTomIa5T.atl till .., Intorort l In U. propwtr kmln Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved i ;
Cottageon II
Word. e.ch 6c Donna Bay. Phone even Kathleen) Wilkinson to start 5 Defandasti.wolici . )erank on'...th.I'fl.wtnr' th".h or that on.aotn ba" d.Yan* ulMaU Moll of PM. ar. konbr. I :

Thursday, Sept. 10 It 282 aWIalll6/ .f NW1/6. whim. notified that kill of aomplalat to
both ThllfSClay logs, 488-3801. South Trail. John MoLaury or SUIT orook ...".u_ ... Clone Into tho forwloio' a Mrtaln mitraot, for aalo

ASH rat's. Editions 8 Oir, Uat..I0.. ...., a.......*. PrI'Mr. Real Estate. Phone 488-5351 Burr TO roRBCtos con'swacv Mrokk. Mtowil klnr .sal,,.(urtnor., Point doMrlb.od M '".. on moat U..Is follo'In.Deotonia dm.rlb.d CannOn'. I.oport Os wits In. usn. ,dJHIT, '4 A '"
row IAIS) m4 .,. ,
Monday TO sTays mean .
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and v. I Mr. ..,.....IaIo... .... or 488-5898.! HAM *. FA8KO.: k b.ad and wife too and 11 rant North) of SW oar.if 111. pnrtla's. of lord lame In ''s'OAVI

$$1.40 0.0.r, LOU JACONg '''.Ult ita ntrtim <:l li' liif tntervt k point 514' .InCas of. SB1/4,. oontor* NWl4aid of or**) Wen.000. of Coot lh..., ..Florida..k pncneilnl, North and.. \ SEA r.QN '
tkfowlt, MMr s.Ism" Mid STCVIFASKO } ;
.... followlnt denrlh propertrideurlbei
.1sold "
FURNISHED
APARTMENTS PILOTS and MAST H, rASKO, anann ..., than*> NortkwoiUrlr 'lane l oontot A of 000. NanIhont II' of / I
... with Nortk pont
reasonable Walk MALE OR or mon .( mass, Mi4 ftlt partialli r M Intonootlon .
mInImum) to beach FEMALE: 1/4 of the e.th.pa
word the )torthwmt
MWt41thoao
t &1/6 of
II. < SH *
((12 I tw tr tlalnliK. I* IWM on, rltkt, o II' of IIootIooII I.. T...... '
-- and shopping. Call 488-1"7'1 needed for daily plane tours Utto m Uurat ,to tine' ........ b_ I Eaal thee laid North u.. Mllt shIp II ....th. Rasin .a lant LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. '
II.Can tnoe 'in .l.ut..hsrnOtit. Evenings, 4742563.TRAILVIEW from Venice Air Base. Must I. d.e.tO.d nor or k-. to Nortk ruth .. (.115.a Startlni attho I
.,, Arsti y.. ..d assb. 'of b50550'utlitid ofwar tOo of Tamlaml Tr.ll U.( .
.
a" .. Intonen.tloa I
It of th
.. tII... 10 ,...nlon. 50 H.II athrn.ts I have 500 hours and Florida taO a .111 of ons.etsOnS to .. Hl"h...r .11) oh.'.. Southwmlorlr oontor of two sod deilliiaWd JOHN C. BENNETT '1 f
II" inn '0'10..rU.. ,. APT. for rent Real Estate License. IMMED. for'eMt] a Mtrtaln .ntrftet for ..,. .1... nld North U.. of T.ml. .. beli-i U. S. 41 sod Florlda4M
'" lIh of 00 S55ti IIin by year. Completely fur. .. tli. following ....1......: raiMrtr tint I Trail to point on tho South II.. ond proondi.Iixst.rtp Complete Roofing'Contractor ,
.."Ico sh.ne' lATE TOP EARNINGS. Call ,...... . of SE1'4 of NWl/4 ond M 777. rmpmtlo.to. I
I ... '"j ii,. ie.doller P. 0.pnbw nished. Automatic heat and ta Sw M>to Cmiilf. Florid of S% timi moSer me riotS SPRAY COATING
'''' ft. RasheS ew aornor of 004o(
,lu NPII. 50 .1110111 938-1187 collect for appoint- ti5.So: 73. I. '1. all,1 tnt.. timnrn Sooth
I air-conditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. sad a. moult IT. VINICI BB1/4: of NWI/', thone North Uft. 'f
ment. BV.WAY SUBDIVISION, to plaeo of .bnlnnlnf. l_ th* > foot U tho edie of rlfhtofwar On Tile, Asbettoi end Built Up Roofs
w of
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY On E. Tampa St., close to Ikmcit on flit ."* .( mrriu followlnt datorlbod. traota of land ibwln .bvlnnlnll of 5 Mid then*.road kVratherlr aa. point HIT Nolomii" Fla. Ph. 488.5913 1 j jI
stores. Tel. 488-1321. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE of. mod l I. Pint Book S. Pot ". at point on IntorMrtlon of feit, mOO er .... to mt th* I ,
InchEd . .$3.00 PoblU RMonto of StruoUCountr. North lino of 8% of SEI/4 01NWI .
Florida
mad
limit of
)'?" Edition p.r flee wants live-wire licensedreal norhte. /' .... ...all-IO and tho North rlrht-of-w I I
Inch .J3.5C 2 BEDROOM HOUSE!: unfurnished. ITO, thmo* Northweitorlrllonf
Ih, Editions per ; estate salesman. Reply ho. tom flM utlnit" wu md TO in rlHht of won II.. of U. .. Klichwtr ..f. of road Florida I
Plenty for ......... .... 41, th..,. Southwootorlr heal. .Id rlKht > irar
to of .
room owo
a OPT rour
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I. C. Box 748 Van1ce..Personals. .. ,... 777 104.55 feet non or PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME? ,
children and Phone 488- Sean w plwdlns to tkt bill of .... rlaht of way II. 100 "' I tJo to 1 Intonoet inn rlihto-w of,
II I classifIed adi pwM In, pets. ,i.lnt m tho PUIntiffi' iitonm. with non,in of 10 dnrrom to rubS mad V. I. dl. th.n... E..I' Before decide "
bliihedicounh. 6781. UAIB AND DEAN SIT N_.. run 10 ft. thmei with an and. of 'h. r.h. .c>I..., 01 madU. you tee our
Nines except e.t 8lr.... Vmloo, ITIorldi. Old fU.! th, '0 ...*....> to right run Northoutorlr Stone. .. 41., SIt felt more II' 1 IOH, Uth MODELS IN i :
3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the I rlilno.1: I inimr or nandtn) > In tho ofloo and p.rallil to hl.h.., U point point of bwlnnlngTonuior
et of tlio Clork of tko Circuit Court, on tli* North boundary of .. 'Sib' with tho I............... theremhai !
water. Nicely furnished SirMot Oounlr CourthouM, of 8E1/4 of IIWI/', I 'h..... loll neon filed .,.la.t, roa sod pen IT* VENICE EAST ;
CANCELLATION NPC, Phone 488-3881. LOSE WEIGHT safely with riorld* e n or .boforo tin. t-i with" said North bounder to p itt ty4Ui.0dtoSlP001 of '' \
or new Dex-A.Dlet Tablets SepUmW. I.... If roo f.U to do M. of ..1..la. And I.l i t-:'. tol1o.\'I.! (. or pleidlnp\ : to th.* tm.of '::':1-*nIh \
.. of land batln at volnt of Intmoctlon miles South of Venice
ADJUSTMENT 1 Jadonant b dshtO anAl sUn trans PlalnUtr. .tlGnl.,. Blair and 6
Mobile Homes Only 98 cents. Dick & Meadows ..Ina' yn' tan tho ..Uof donsod.e. cf North liP. of SMi ..rSrib *
DM*. 117 Nauan Streri. Vanioe. the Ttmtam! Tr. U.S. j
Mueiti+ for cancellation; . ,, Pharmacy. In tlio bill of t. : of WI/4 1Ir:. I4-IO-IO Intto Florida. and '11. the orlln.1! mono on ( 41))
of Thin notlooo h'r.I.. be p.bthh.d.. .... North rla-lit of wir II.. 5,r U. plwdlnp' In Ihs alIt,. of th. Clrk' :
,,Jjuitnient became erreiurf TWO TRAILERS for rent, >eh wr.k for four .,...,.lIv. wnb. S. Hlinwar '1 I r.m..1 1 r.lll of or U'. Drools Court, ........to County BUILDERS 0 F. MEDALLION HOMES
Thursday I. Th. VENICI thmo. South, 17 dc:rcu Voot aluiif
b mad for OONDOIIER.DONI a.r_ FloOds, on or
Counhou.0
each :2 I bedroom. Both on Lost : and ORDERED U S.r...... tho .aid ,." of way I I.. 600 ft. .before th* lath dip- of Bmtembw. .
ONDOLIER BEFORE 5 pjn,. canal. Inquire 49 Hatchet riorlda thin Tth' dar" of Au..." 19... for a point of .bocinnlnfi: I.Jb'l;:* It... If ,... fall to do M Judimontbr ., 'I
6ONOlIER W. North Id do.MO> Woit 5 default will be takm. ...I..t ;
For Monday Creek Road Venice Bay A. WYNNE: ClorkOlituit roufor It.
.Monday. .Gl'l'C .
., Ohm. South tT dotrooi Woo til I '
LOST RED BOOK titled Court, _to Countr, tho rallef demanded la the bill ofoomnlalnt. (
Trailer 488-3054. thmo South at dwrvo SOot '
BEFORE 5 p.m. onuroday. I Park or call riorlda.Br fkl I .
"Oil Well Supply Hand. JANB! OUIMMO. to tho North rtuht of ..., llm ofI.ld Toil. notlo shall b.* ".bll.h.. one
book. Phone .88-.408. Dcpotr CltrkBLAIB .' U. B Hlfhwarl I the,* Norlji- each we.k for four .ron.etutlv. want. :cqNstR CIIQN' :
Wanted To Rent .. ..,
Unat
PHONE AND REAN, .torl, alona- laid slabS of I In Tho VENICE GONDOI1ER.
Sri M W. Siinno William. J,.. 4 fort mar or taw to point of Don and Ordwed at Saraeota. Florida
SOLITAIRE EMERALDRING Attornm for Plaintiff.. .bnlnnlncind into ,lit dar of Aufult, 18'"
4883125Lots MOTHER and eightyearoldson and diamond wedding IIT Nwau Striot, you ar roqulrod to airv' S *oprof W. A. WYNNE ClericClKUlt . ,CQMPANY : 1i1
I wish :2 I Bedroom Fur P. 0. Box It7a, rour aniwo or oUior.pltaitlnf: to. : Court,, Saraiot Counlr, :1. ',,
j.ld tho PUIntlffi' attornor
ring on Nokomis Beach off .. oonplilnt en TIMId
nished or preferrably unfur. pavilion Reward. Contact the ::bit, Au: II. It. IT ...... I. "... .. Blair aol I>o.n. P. O. Bo.. Br J... Gulmmo.D.poty I
1671 tit Nunu Stroit, Vonlco. Florida
fished house. Prefer near Gondolier Newspaper. and fllo th. original. ........ orplcadlnt LAIR AND DEAN.Cl.rk. P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice Florida
For Sale beach. Call 488-838S after 6. NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING In the offleo of inn Cloth ofth a" W. Ju.; .... Wlllkma Jr.
Circuit Court .. abov. Haul en hot.,,.,. for Pl.lntltf' ,
Seawalled WADES UNK0BXTENSIONSCITY or bate. .. th. li dar of Stpt..nb..r. IT NIMIU> Stone,
ATERFRONT Misc. For Sale Business Personals OF VENICE 1TLOHIDAKoUM 1064 If rou fall to do to. d..... br do- P. O Bon 1171
boat basins, watervlew. Al- fnultntit b. takon ... .." rou and forth V.I.' ., Florid. .
Gardens. E. L. Ktl- I. hereby Il'on that pur- "11.1 dmandtd In ..'ld oomplllnt.DONS PuhlUht An,. II. <0, IT. Sept. I, 1M4
o Venice TRUMPET B flat Holten RUBBER STAMPS made toordet' a u.nl M Ordlnme. and/or r olutlpiu : AND ORDERED ., a.r......, INSURANCE '
?
>n, Bajrihore Drive Noko- Excellent hootifono t.d br 45, U,. City riorlda. tOO IT d.r of Auriit. I"" BOAT
Collegiate. condition Overnight service.
Cannil .1 1.. lOity .c vnlan FIo.de* W. A. WYNNE. Cl.rk. ;
ill. ; 480. CLARINET, B Office personal pocket or lolt told" : : bOt.: h.L.::= City Circuit Court, BamoU Canner, {'Venice, Florida||
Hit 4.
Clay 55. Florida.Brl '
XNICI RFBIDENCI I lOTs flat Baronet, also excelent stock. 488-1432. 11X4, tho rocular Council nwotlni.ownort Jan Gufmmo.Publish DEPENDABLE
\ENICI RU8INEM BITES condition, $50. Boy's English ,a hrb tin.,. and ploan: .o.n I .ii I Ao.. 10. IT, Vopb. S. 10. 1114 Yes sir!
WNIS, UU) JACOBS, Ml-tllf ., of pmportir to awooicd for DRY WALL .j
BIKE, 28-Inch Schwinn Traveler ( W.UT Lino unuloiu aa ,,,,oldad In i
I $23. Ph. 488-2110. CREDIT CARD and br Ordlntneo N.. 171. all uihon SERVICEC. i
In ditall! 001 tho UMummtrolli NOTICE or iNTENTION
Real Estate FORGERY INSURANCE on fl... l In tho offloto of tho TO JUG18TE11 flCTITIOUIL leANt: W. Curwood 488133011It's o.eam'Cafl mo today for ir ,
8 MM ELECTRIC MOVIE ,
Cltr clot of raid Cltr and to
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Camera, 35 MM Kodak, 8 in, tin, br the public mw:E" Th. undmlinod. do h....' ....", ,
ITRACTIVE HOME In Gulf Protect your liability; due and fcf koard a> to Ito, ant , that Ui., ar. wnduetlnf. GtnoralIniuranc the Personal Touch ,
MM Bell & Howell projectorand to lost or stolen credit .a to tho nannor of payment thorofor, hot_ at Laurel, r..... un.dn .
View section of Venice 9dr. camera beaded screen. and ai to tho amount thonof.Tho the fletltlmo nam of I.. H. Prof. of Tailored Protection
.. 34 baths, $28,500. E. L. cards $10,000 coverage, $28 Council mar I. Ito dixntlon fit I..u'.... A,.maya.4 that MM
488-3589. ,.,. ..... ,
Iii publlo moitlnn from
three years. For full particulars fIrm II sosopend .f the tot5.wtoe p'r'ma.
Noko-
.tllon, Bajrshor Drive, tlmo to tin. tkonaftor without further . ..._ asnm ... ,1otIoo atdan. ...
1'\11.\ SEARS MOTOR CYCLE. stop In or call KIM<< of ala.. and plaoo "' ......1.a .. a,. Sa foliaw.s

Good tires and running con EDGE.VsnORSDALEAGENCI Qltf iroHor of Vonloa of, lh.Florida.HARRY.clOy. .Covinell of tho _t.uyat_.. ProfIle, Ti.. :, BoIobore Lima ,
JUST DO SOMETHING -
dition. Only .75.00. 488-1231. W. RAOER. Mlnnto J. FmfTO. Barihor LIme
For late of rent completely Clip Clark Loomis ,...
arnuhed, Apt. 102 Town 10 H.P. JOHNSON Motor $ao. 118 W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 I Pfabllikl Srpt I and ID, 1B<4. .Ownenhl of U M Profit I......... ,.'
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louse, Venice Ave., Venice, Gold brocaded lounge chair JJ A.mlaanfltso5 L. 54. Proffit. .0 a.. .0,0. I..
fi! Phone Sarasota 824-6233 Ottoman. foam cushions! $45. IN Tire! COUNTY JVDOB'S!: COURT Ninnis J. Pro'ffit. '0 p., wnt.It .
IN AND>
FOR SARAsOTA COUNTY
U ti.
tnlonlio. to
ill 13 Boujalnvlllea, Sarasota. Phone 4884461.2WHEEL Dressmaking alterations FLORIDA IN PROBATE.FKR80NS Cl.rk U*f our th* Clnult Court applr I In and for \
draperies, eto. Reasonable. IN RE!;, Th. P.1.,.. atSAsS. Sarawta County, Florida to nflltorth
'' GNIGGS. H... nil .. .
RIVATE: PARTY wants late 483-113A laid mono U X Prafflt '
TRAILER t ft. inn..' Afoner nndfr tki provlilonl" of Chap.
I w 4 bedroom home West Good $40 8-inch bench 10.... Lo_ of rloot.. AN atwithm.
; NOTICI 1'0 CREDITORS
{r Trail. Have 2 Bedroom 2 10.1.
ith on Harbor Drive to trade saw, like new Complete $73; ret ALL CIULDITORII AND OTHER our lleado thin n do" ? atLomoat
HAVING CLAIMS
11\\. Box 298, Venice, fla. Small paint spray outfit like SHEPARDLUMBER AGAINST TBS ABOVE! ESTATE 18U. L. II, TaunT "
Phone Yon ar horohr notlflod. and llrod % 1kt
new, Complete $40. CO. nq< MINNIC J. I'ROrrrr.
3a. to Cii a.nya t.im. or d.m.nd> .hlehrou Pbll-h. A... n. 5n0't. a. 10. n. 5944.oeoTlcS ri
JUST DO SOMETHING 468"' mar hav. ...Ino' 'h. Mid .Ut i '
For salt or rent, Apt. 203 1003$ N. WaiMngton Blvd. I h. tko offlo of tho Countr Judto ofSaraiot .t.tOA '
..... Pianos-* C....,. Florida. In Iho CourtkouM i,
nt Esplanade. Draperies Knabe Everett Saratota at SaraMta. Florida. within six! ro WHOM 1T KAY CONCERN'
furnished Will rent furnish- Stelnway I (let) oolmdar month from th. dot of
George Stock Winter Cable call II..t Publiantios 0'III.. neal.. Neat 5. booby at'.. .1 Oh. dog'i life when your
@d or unfurnished, or sell tones. ... nr d..d. most .to In ..,,,: of YI4IIOIIIALAND WEST: a
make us an offer. Phone Sar. Nelson Fayette S. Cable I ELLIOTT PAUL wrlUnc IB ouplleato" and mast .t.! '_ aNc. '&&o r.J= ins ...nnr : home Is over-crowded.; Put your
iota Hallett & Davis for tho plat 1 of _Id.... and poot oft'.. .1 t alto finsr ;n,. land. In OUR lap . and
(244239, 3115 Bougain- Musette .ddr_ of th. claimant. and muss .bo to apply lath. Board of Countr Com- problem
ohms, Baraaota. Players ROOF TRUSSES von to by too tlalmant, klo annt.or mlM.on.rl of 6ara rt. COON to 0 aMM tore extra furniture with
Pianola Players kli ttornor, .. It will bocorai: v ni ljoMrdln the JI.IIUTOHlioK1'? we re your ROSS DURANT
Alum. Windows & Door of ; an p.r Phone TODAY.
to law Claim form soy pitt' ui.
Houses For Sale I Organs- & b* Mtal... from tho Countr JotS.... ISO th.r..f r,.ordod 'In Plat Book T.
Contract Roofing Painting will
Allen Lowrey ; ,0111. at tho Counhoui I. Saraiuta. Pa.* ,a. dmrIb.d a. follow. to THINK OF
t. 0. at, SI. 416 Mahon Dr.
'I Phone 488.2132 Venice; S fi.II'k"A":
COMPLETE SELECTION OJ! LILLIAN MONTAGUE, r.:. Lots' 1..s.
VENICE GARDENS I II REBUILT RECONDITION.ED Ktocutrlx of abs Eitato of '. 0. sod 10, Stoat B sod Lola Ph. 488-2441 :
WATERFRONT $15,000.00' carl Orij.., doeoantlBOONS. 5, I,'i a. S .J euxo, (Iat Venice ;
AND FULLY G.UARAN- HAZEN C lUPHOKDINQ, :07101! 'ot'rb'!: H.ight.
I bedroom 2 tile baths, TEED PIANOS. AND TYPEWRITERS and Adding Florida Powor Llfht Bulldlni, moons.1 in. I.. Plot Beat. 7, ..... U.,
tower off Master bedroom Machines (mechanically operated v...... Timid5 Publl. RMrdl of Baratoto (;IU.

Built-in stove and oven with FROM ORGANS$128. ) Chemically cleaned, Attomor Au tar. IT EMoutriz.Publlikl ....... I.. II. IT IN"lobe' tTWftL\\ ". fARKER. HARRISON p7m77' 1:$' ,
hatching refrigerator and Al DIETZ
'Florida's Largest Music Co.' like new. Just $1250 plus
eating space in kitchen. CANNON MUSIC CO. part if required. All makes. jTirnTo-fo1: !; W3S&UJMWEST I

screened porch with button- Stationers 211 W. UIO, \
do,, 1301 1st St., Venice IMS ttoto. atrott.Saruota. i
shadee. Aa low as Opp. Florida Theatre Venice Ave. 4884113. riorlda. .
'U50000 .. t8M. ,
down plus closing PnHI.ni '"'" '0. __
tOIl
Thurs. Fri. p.m.

Mil CASH, PRICE"14,1100.00 Open. Phone 958-1019 Pets LARGER \

MYRON McGtVNN Realtor FUEL OIL 'TANKS stands I AWAID.WFININOfrw DISTINCTIVE .

152 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Fuel oil deliveries. S&H BIRDS BOARDED. Also 'bird Ieits I SIseww VeIve Real Estate Corner \1 I I

Green Stamps. .Standard supplies. Mrs. Kolsa, -- I f
I
ROOM .

screen, m. heat bath porch., ,deep Urge,Airconilluming well.utility Heating fire station.Service.:_488-4052.Across from tm I _-


Best of water. 3. Venice Blvd. Autos For Sole_ ioI -

Sickness. 4884124 or 488-2690. APACHE 1 1World's ALL OVER SOUTH COUNTY ,

best! built, best I 1981 CORVAIR MONZA 4 VENEZIA PARK SECTION LOTS AND LOTS OF LOTS!

BY OWNER. Completely furnished camper trailer. peed floor.shift Excellent I Shores Venetian j i

I bedroom, CB with Special selling demonstrator sale condition. Low mileage, 488- TTiii id..l family hone of 4 bedrooms" 2 baths, largefamily Water Front or' Upland- Sorrento Venice- Gardens a
Income Laurel Noltomit" Venice I
refrigerator. Gardens -
efficiency apartment. going on. Little money (183 until 11:00.Used: living ream, dec. stove,
,now room
Priced reasonably. Must be down and low bank pay diihwaiher." Close to schools and shopping center City Venice: East South Venice. ''
BUILDERSt!
Hen to be appreciated. PhoneI SUPER SPECIAL TO

306. ments.CAMPER'S WORLD Trucks_ water sewer and paved atreet. 6 LOTS IN EASTGATE

Plumbing Co... terms
$14,500
BEDROOMS. > Bath air- 100 N. Washington Blvd. '62 INTERNATIONAL R-1M Price GULF REALTY i ,

conditioned CB House in (Opp. Mall Bros.) tractor. New tires fc Paint. 4M.240Z 411.5212 FRANK C. RAEBURN .

Venict Gardens Phone 488. Sarasota Perfect $3595. West Coast WILLIAM P. bOLE Realtor

flit week days and before 6 Truck Sales, 3450 No. Wash. Radio Equipped Trucks; REALTOR Bruce Thompson, Rene Cobb. Joseph Swee, Auoclatet i .

P.m., Wiekends and after 6, Tri-County Equipment CO.IELl' Blvd. Sarasota (Rt, Phona 481.1.00-488-2449 Phone 4886738WHETHER I I'
w-1770. Ington P. O. 10. 454. Nokoml.GREEN'S 251 W. Venice Ave. ?!* S. Tamlami" Tr. P. O. Box[ 9 JS ,

W). SARASOTA, FLA. 301 North). t -

'{"', Urirnbhei, Bnkerlan. frrrart. SM70Sri \ YOU'REBUYING INTERESTED? ;

_J>.!...r.I lay Mr tlnfemtikea JACOBS. 4IMT= t..E7. week specials W FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION ,
Conditioned
zt Air
Jack Repair Industrial OR -
Hydraulic
ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroo..,.-2 Central! Water and

baths. Reasonable. Easy ., SELLINGYou're Sanitary Sewer. i ii
100' X 200' ON R.R.
"""is. P. o. Box 96, Venice Female HelpWanted Member CtuMtiber of Commerce" Best Value Are Screened; Patio 2 Bedroom ,:"

or 488-S474. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE SEABOARD AVE. : I
DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, I Bath Dwelling I
I
VENICE GARDENS a bedrooms Heating' and Air Conditioning' KERMIT L Well For Garden and Yard :' \

I iii ,bathe, p.n.ied DAILY house & Air Conditioning Installations S4I Shamrock Blvd. I'

Florida bogs worn, cathedral cell. LIVE-IN keeper. OH:2 I children. Must be Heating Water Heaters MICKLETHWAITREALTOR M TOTAL PRICE $12,700 :

UPOn central heat. Available dependable honest. Call 488- Gas Ranges H. N. WIMMERS t

requert. 488-5897. 1018. Free ErtlmtUi" REALTOR I t'" ,

W RICHMOND Construe- forexperienced No Job Tea BIt w Tee' Small 101 Laquna Drive 221 W. Miami 488-5M8 t'' t
AVAILABLE

Veole UOl1 .,Corp.Garden."Buckeye"Two fced-toa. POSITION, secretary with I 263 S* Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271 488-4621 ___- -. i L 1 1

Shorthand, typIn - ,
,
room.,12 building firm. U
baths, ducted heat required.Call GOOD BUYS

and Ilrl ab W ondltlonlnf Lot graded,and tile seed.roof. ,, o48I-13S0 bookkeeping for appointment WOLFER RAMBLER MOTORS-.DODGE, Inc. INTERESTED ? CHOICE LOT IN VENICE GARDENS .. .. .. ... $1800 h :. 4

ad. Concrete drive paved 488.3965 41.-6150 2.BEDROOM HOME ON WATER . . .. .... $15,750. I I'

llreet, "ate "wer. $14.750 Help WantedMAN >.15, S. Tamlaml" Trail SPECIALIST ,H. N. Wlmmerj JUalfor Fumiihed 3-Reem Apartment $6S Per Month Yearly

.. IN.-..
toOthmPI Occupancy M days. child.
WIFE: (no
Mt.nodal, from 8U9l on len)AND oaret e,.. No cooking ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE HAZEL I. CONN

Phone _147.. Yard awl "malr.ten.nce a Brake Repair S Lubricate Chei.ile ,Agent for Western Union Telegraph REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER

work. Car I*""*'* Salary Front End. Alignment e Oil Change I
air- Beam thru. Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to GALE O. DUNN, AisociateTamlaml
Rentals' and modem borne fully C .Frenf Ene1 Overhaul \ e Adtutt. Headlights Monday

ii conditioned. facing bay..,Water -- C Wheel Balanelnqe S Electrical Repairs ,CLOSED SUNDAYS Trail PHONES

nTH MEALS.,Pleas11 and! electricity eupplled. En,lna Overhaul C Any Automatic" or SteedS North ef Albee Rcl. Bus.' 488-324

0055j ant *'av Uabl furnished. Refined good S8w8'J.01;*",Bo past* :WGlv posItIons, Radlo\Repairs arid Tranunltilon Repair ,HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN t" Nokomii, Fla. 'Ret.; 488-5994

wore "on-smoker.. New present I"eom.-I len th of r,sUeoc AIrondItIomIsq' ft.p.ln'end ImtetlaHen

NPC In 1 Fla. 'BS .. L
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I I .
I 12-The GONDOLIER Venlet, Fl., Thin., Sspf. 3, 1964 Lake I
lID Bill Phillips Ford To Stage I I Labor Day Golf- At Yew

: Power. Squadron Resumes Meets\ A shotgun start will be used a.d'rt..If"L; z.Iw I. yN 4M",

U Monday when participant tee In A I .,aa.{)Iodnn a, 10,1.,,t. a:::WY
M At it*'tint meeting of the the summer month. the Labor Day tourament a Y-a W:
season Tuesday at 8 p,m. *t Movie will be shown. by off at Lake Venice Golf Club. YpR.InhaHls.OsslayAn.aJ l ,*
Tarpon Center Yacht Club, I.Stan Bennett Annual Punt Pass & Kick EventSouth The event I Ia a best-ball three- "SA ads. I &%::I
is 2 .
Venice Power Squadron will some, and starting time Yamw I. K: .'
make plait for the fall and drew White will uniform be in or casual I p.m, T,ia.wl:: .. iiMHiiW. r kid!:w::
winter educational program executive order. An Sarasota County antNorth l ions will win trophies. The' lons"to Washington, D. 0. ball lands to the right or left Dinner will be served at 8 No. T -a. arils, IS D.1

and arrange for attendance at be held committee at 7 meetingwill with Charlotte I : 222 runners-up also will receive . They then will travel to the of a center line. The ales pm.. in the clubhouse ,and .nT;...B.'t'.....,. " a.I G-
{I the district conference in Laurence N. p.m and junior high schools trophies. From: thesi, site of an NFL championship competition will be held at movie of the W4 Mater'sTournament ... ... ,
Taylor AP "
October. in cJlar,.,. commander from eight through 13 can pit District champions, the best l game, for half-time competition Venice High Stadium on Saturday will be shown. -
Also on the agenda will be : their football '(kill* again 16/$\ ,scores will be selected,,I to determine the six National Oct. 10. AU entries are requested to for anenloyable
report on the summer ren 'Today play Integral thousands of other boy 12 to represent each of the,,1''4 I PP&K champions. Any tie scores will be played be at the club no later than
dezvous and consideration of in from throughout the nation IB NFL game areas, and declped.Area' William H. Phillips, owner off on the day of competition. 1:45: pm. GOLF
business accumulated during part weather lore the fourth annual Punt, Pass winners of Bill Phillips Ford, pointedout Ties for top spot in the The threesome and their day; of
casting. & Kick competition which will Area winners their father I that the competition involves Zone and District standingsalso starting tee are a*.follow: '" ,

I 'culminate with; a trip 'toWashington and mothers ,will attend .I no body contact, thereIs will be played off during No. Ie-(!. R<*......, TH IMtji5"i TRYSARASOTA
"D. C"-and'to anappearanp I National Football I/eagu e, no charge for entering and special contests. District win.nen M. La.k r. rw.Iw n. pwlw. ....1
.. ., .. .. 0eIt0N ad
at, a. ,Nations game in their area to com. no special equipment is needed will receive trophies.Area I.B.L,.11.... en.
Football' League' championship pete for Division championships .. "Registration o pan e dI winners vie only. for the "Biwi"_ trwran..., a. .on. : GOLF CLUl
CMP
gam* for the,top 1) 'winner the six top eastern I Tuesday and will continue honor of competing the National and L a-ka. e.ll DAILY ,GREEN
*. NFL division winners and th I through Oct. 9," he said, PP&K event. The six xa IS-T ca".Mtny' N-a.n.l a
I
iea > . . . QO.Ofl
V T. lUMtar FEES .
Sponsored nationally by the six top western division win i "with Bill Phillip Ford a. national winners receive P. Nayband"t" sgb.t,0. \
Ford Dealer of America and ners. These 12 finalists, ac, registration headquarters."In handsome PP&K championship Na le-J, W.. B. Ww4 .... 6watt I Just Off Bee Ridge Ri
tkw ant 4Nm.laIhs.
the National Football League, companied by their parents,, 1963, PP&K's third year, trophies. The other six E.: Kwlmni. ; South of Sarasota I
rein entered! national -r. 8...... the Punt Pas & Kick competition will go on "Tour of Champ-. nearly 800,000 boy receive runner-up --......
'or,PPAK -., will the competition" he said, trophies. All 12 (o on the ;;
I rI I be staged In Venice by Bill 'and received a presidentialcommendation "Tour of Champions. IIIIDIlUUlUUIIltlIlIltllWJUtHNO
Phillips Ford, Inc. Meadows ScoresHoleInOne that said 'Pro I
I These boy will be tested grams of this type will enable JCEI!
+ for their ability to punt, pas our youth to build the Piloting Classes p
l lII q and place-kick on the same energy and strength that is To 9r many fritadt.; Wt ore
II i clay.. thousand,,,of other their American heritage' 'Scheduled By VPS c/ot/i/ /* Stpt. 8 for vocation.
psLgsS boy all over the country Judging Point '
For 8fr' and 10yearoldswarmup Phillips said entrants will 'To Start Sept. 10 T REOPEN AGAIN. OCT. 8th
jackets, placekicke At Golden T be Judged on distance and accuracy Venice Power Squadron will v{

outfit and autographed footballs of their punting, passIng begin its 1964 classes in pilot.hog / j,, See you'them ,
will
will be given first, and kicking Points
*
a
second and third prizes for John G. (Jerry) Meadows, be awarded for each foot ,of and small boat handlingon JOHN HOUSER
of Dick It Meadows Thursday, Sept. 10 at 8
a each Boy 11, 12 co-owner distance the ball travel on ,
age group.
,
at Tarpon Center Yacht
m
W. Venice Avenue p
Pharmacy on will be A&W
the fly, and point
and 13 will receive gold, silver
Club in Center.
scored a hole-in.one Sat subtracted for each foot the I Tarpon I vfl
and bronze trophies. There W ,
urday at the Golden T. Golf Classes- are free and will r, ROOT'BEERZ
will be 18 prizes in, all scores
ba held Thuild.ynightfor
Club in Sarasota. He used a every Itul
throughout the country then 7 iron to connect with the ace 12 weeks. Registration
will be compared to determine Pair Of Eagles .wuuwmwmtnhiilinnhtmtimti,
on the 149-yard 4th hole. blanks are available at VenIce
the six: top winner 'In 'It was his first hole-in-one Camera Shop, 232 W. Ven-
each of the 382 Ford zones at the new layout and was ice Ave Anyone 18 or older Is
a total of 2,172 zone winner' Meadow first visit there. Carded At Akron qualified to enroll. SALES

.District Competition He wa rewarded for his effort The course, highly recommended ,
with a new watch and by the Coast Guard, r/ / 7 AND
winners
LOOK AT THESE VOLKWAGENS Zone will meet in
other valuable gifts Navy high officials in all
Ford District SERVICEl
37
competitionsit By Martin Satava branches of the givernmentand .. .
,.. ..
which 222 District champ- nor 1 UM- QIoolltp.- 5w. Nun e Oi
i
1961,1962,1963 Models who
by all have taken it,
& W. STEREO
COLOR-
-
wilt cover safety afloat, seamanship
ATTENTIONVENICE BOWLINGCyro's Martin Satava Venice High small boat handing :OPEN TIC 19 P.M. [
Py School :junior and son of Mr.
equipment and
and Mr Dick Satava of the government
I
*
VI... $89500 GOLFERSPLAY LanesBig 40 Wink Motel, broke a regulations rules of the Alpha Music & Appliance
,I road, aids to navigation, themariner'
.
.. DAY OR NITE course record last week while
I doings! At Cyro's Venetian .I the compass and SERVICE FOR YEARS
On Wed Cotnf'i Sport;** slaying Firestone Country charts and piloting, ZENITH SALES 19 Off. THEATRE,
I Bowl on Labor Day Club in Akron Ohio when he
9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUT
Celebrating the official opening eagled the second and third
i 1962 RAMBLER TOMMY BOLT'S :1 of the current Bowling holes. YOUR, 488-2618
$995.00 Season,Cyro's Is going all out Sixteen old Martin' W'PHONE ,
year [
4 DOOR STATION WAGON . .. .
Golden T Gall to guarantee everybody a feat rated a write-up in the CARby "'
1951 CHEVROLET Labor Day they will remem- Akron Beacon Journal, which ,
,,
$195.00 > There will be
er. a buffet read:
., I '/ TON TRUCK . . . . . .. .. .., CLUB prepared by Chef Henry Par "Playing from the club -
Course and Driving; Rang I rotte, consisting of barbecued ees, Martin Satava of Ve.. '
.' 1960 VOLKSWAGEN $295.00 OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. I chicken potato salad andeverything ice. Fla. eagled the second Bill PbmlpaR.

!1/2 TON TRUCK ..,.............. .. JUST OFF 41 AT 'I that goes with It, and thin hole at Firestone ..,. yon ever caught your r f'ELECTRICAL
served at noon. The buffet Club
Country Wednesday. elfl short of change? ,Say at
I 1962 FORD $1395.00 Sticknty Pt. t Clark RJ.:.,I I will be set up in the Bowling "Satava, who shot a 35 on a parking meter or a tele.phone -

4 DOOR SEDAN .. .. . . . . . Lanes, and Henry says he the front' nine and finished and be without a dime?
would like to see everyone with a 73, got down with a A smart idea 1* to carry a CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE
\ 1961 COMET $1095.00 full and happy so eat all you driver, spoon and 10-foot putton mall coin purse in your car

I 2 SEDAN . VenetianCleaners' rant for $1 plus tax. the second hole. a 485- with a dollar' worth of LIGHTING SUPPLIES
w " " " We will have something for
RR yarder. He used a driver and dimes, pickles and pennies
1963 L : every kind of bowler. For the an eight-iron on the ,third, a, 'Then you will have the coins
RAMBLER$1595a00 sharpshooters, a 99'er. The Ions 445-yard par four." need. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
'M CLASSIC ....... .. .. .. entry fee is 50 cents per game The youth also finished In you The Woman Traveler: Be- ,

I 1961 FALCON and you may bowl again and the top 10 in his age bracket ides your make-up kit, you'll Bate & Cockrill Streets Phone 488-iWj
$$1095.00 gain. Also, we have planned in a tourney in Cleveland that find the chemically treated
4 DOOR ... . . . . . a head pin tournament. The drew 247 entries and sealed towelette or wash-
entry fee will be 50 per game Martin is on the basketball tts a very handy addition to
1959 CHEVROLET $995.00 makes you this for 12 balls. If your score is and golf team at VHS. your traveling bag. These let

IMPALA HARDTOP . .. .. .. . . . . !10 and over you will receive you wash without water, Also Monday Sept. 7th !
SENSATIONALOFFER $5, scorer 105 to'109 $1 and take along a folded light plastic -
1963 CHEVROLET $1495.00 score 100 to 104, another Outboard Club raincoat a good flashlight

PICKUP TRUCK .. . . . . . .. . ; lame free to try for high rind extra batteries, and a
to Soil-
acquaint you with our scores. Your prizes will be Labor Day Fete spare pair of glasses if ;you
1963 PONTIAC 'olle. 'Te worlds/ most commended given immediately. For those wear them. ,
$2795.00 / who'just like to bowl, our Plans for a Labor Day fish ,
BONNEVILLE . .. .... .. .. .. .. . dryel.aning"RAND / summer rates will still prevail fry on Siesta Key have been Whea testier a used ear forp.rebue
try it on bumpy,
a
announced by the Venice-No- v.
1956 FORD McNALLY from D a.m. until II p.m. winding back road. It should
comia Area Outboard Boating
$295.00 So follow the crowd and come take hard turns without
4 DOOR ...................... ..... to Cyro's where the tempera- Club essive body lean. And ex-it t
GLD8E1395V:5 tore is cool and inviting and Club member and guests should feel
solid
as it goes
the atmosphere and will rendezvous for the cruise
warm
round. A good car will feel
friendly. at the Albee Road bridge at
- 11 am. Monday. A swim at like It is almost glued to the
Midnight Pass 1* planned be- ,road: on a curve.
Elsie Woelpper led the scor- I
Service
\ l Ing for the ladies in the Saturday for proceeding to Siesta Key.A ? Some dealer
tos/t want to do mechanical
,
portion of the proceeds
Nile Lucky Back with a
17 game. from the 2 p.m dinner will go ,MId repair work. on the car
they sell '- or on any carl
to the club. Tickets are $1.50
-
and be purchased from Here at BILL PHILLIPS
may
The Monday Nile Men'sHandicap
League will have a Fred Rohrs, Harry Show- FORD) ,-we DO want your service
business. We know how
I meeting Thursday night, Sept. acre or Ronald Cues important it is to
our cusomers
-
Final Clearance 10th at 7:30: p.m., and the I to be able to rely on ONCE AGAIN, OUR
[ will at.rt'
League bowling SlatedOn fair'
prices, thorough service.
Hearing NATION HONORS
,
Sept 14th at 7:30: pm There See BILL PHILLIS FORD for
arc a few vacancies and anyone Sewage Rates your service needs. AMERICAN LABORI!
interested please contact
64 MODELS President Don Dysert at 4883184 NORTH PORT. CHARLOTTE rMowt-
I : or 488-1554 or call Cy Officials of Gen
ro's at 488-2295. eral Development, Utilities We honor the men and women.. who" hive contributed
I Corp. will hold an open hearing so much to the proareM and prosperity of the
NEW & DEMONSTRATORSBILL Jack Burlr-presldent of at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the United States of America.
the.-TueMUy Night Scratch Community Center on the proposed JOINING IN'THIS SALUTE OUR BANK VflU-
Men's League has called a increase in. sewage NOT TRANSACT 'U /NESS ON LABOR DAY
PHILLIPS FORDSo. meeting 'Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. rates from $3 to $4 SO a A* NeofA ,

: So. Trail Phone 4886787 : $595 This is,;. ,in Those oranlz.tion.1lI.etin Interested month.The meeting originally was Your "." us- '.1:1: a.VMaawn,

"AlII please attend,this meeting or scheduled last Friday but was TelephoneSERViSOFT
I "Your Volume Deafer" with dYyct,.ning order get,in touch with Jack Bul- postponed due to the threatof FIRST MTIBi !f VEDJtl
your ;
lock at 474-2196 or please call Hurricane Cleo. .I
I,ti pl.... ask for dttiili. the,.Lanes. It is anticipated that a full ttelerp
'-0-: attendance will be present. .' A
"The Sunday Nile Mixed roatneauow.ser
1 1ll eagle will have its meeting Northern Ireland, with its 488-4488 -
:tosday at 7:30: p,m. Those two main cities of Belfast the
ll HOLIDAY SAVINGS a! nterested In bowling In this capital, and Londonderry or
ague pleaseattend the Derry, as the Irish call it, I.a is

I e'l alien neeting 488-1769 or contact Alvin Cal- self-governing the United Kingdom country within NOW OPEN IN NOKOMIS!

'l ) FEATURED UNDER OUR ON BEAUTIFUL NEW" 4.LANED'


"UMBRELLA OF BARGAINS"You WHAT'S YOUR 'TALENT? YOU I U.s. 41 on;DONNA BAY ,

Will Find A Fine Selection Of Popular Brands:Of CAN WINt3VAf'

WHISKEY AND CORDIALSGILBEY'S IN CASH G & SERVICE

AWARDSI
GIN SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN ,
AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER II AT THE
i 53.68 fifth S3.99 fifth DOWNTOWN BRADENTON CABANA MOTELAT

2 P.M.Amateur .
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I'' ? BUSCH BAVARIAN BEER : -

Pop-Top Cans 12.0z. Deposit Bottles Talent SAVE

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t l 95 six-pak COLD! 7k six-pair CONTEST! o




SOUTH VENICE LIQUORS'i Sponsored try Me. Regular and Premium Gasolines a

I i EXCHANGE CLUB OF MANATEE MARATHON & QUAKER STATE OIL

SOUTH VENICE SHOPPING CENTER '' COUNTY Come In & Get Acquainted' y 4
Just So. of 8ml, Up On for Tales/ Tnt! I. TW C601I(.
r Cyro'- (formarly'Elfly- Wynn Lana) For farther- Information contact Exchange Club OPEN 7 A.M. to 11 P.M.

OPEN- 1 DAYS A WEEK PHONE, 48aM80, 322-12th St. W. Br.denton CARRY WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPl /NG/ ,
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