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 7, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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Serving FloridYi Coast Osprey, Laurel', Nokomis Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Chariot I iI




Best Summer Season Closes

The Venice area and all during the summer. We look mer. The trend seems to be ness has been real good, slcal plant.
South County celebrated La. forward to a strong winter toward having more summer showing a steady Increaseover Richard Edkins, assistant ,
bor Day today at the close of season with a continuing upswing tourists each year. And, of last year. This business manager at Kwik Chek: /
onn of the best Bummer sea in a fast-growing course, the area continues to Is not only in business but in "This summer was about the '
sons on record with prospectson area." experience a steady growth in store traffic. We've had a same as last year until mid. l I
all sides for a possible More Tear-Round Residents year-round residents." steady increase each month. July, then increased considerably -
record winter season. Edward H. (Bud) Ruth, William J. (Bill) Horn, Business has been good the past six weeks
(Gondolier photo tr Dtrjrl. M tto'>) Most businesses in the area manager of Publix: "Busi manager of Beall's Depart. enough to warrant an additional with sales rising sharply each

''SY, THE: PET QUAIL, and Rex, the dog, sup together without peeps or growls at were closed for the holiday to ness has been above last sum. ment Store: "Summer busi investment in our phy- (Continued on page 2))

residence of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Giese of Edgewood. Hansy walked nonchalantly In. permit owners, employes and
the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce last January and was adopted by Mrs. their families to spend the M.
chamber emplayee. The photographer tried to shot of day together on the beachesor
jew, a get a Hansy nibbling from in their
|communal plate with Rex but she was too busy mugging the camera, just like folks. Business own laaders a poll

by The GONDOLIER had this t ,
to say on the record summer ..
Mama Bob White / t> ; **> "***u. '- ,;:
and the winter prospects: ? "". .
Sn f' L" ?**T"5 '->.'- :. *- ,
I Banks Thriving "
William H. Payne, presl-
dent, First National Bank of

i Pooch Pal It UD Venice the area: "Summer has been activity a well-In .a tv ,( i t' ,'*' -' t.

rounded one, with good reports \

nat You've never heard led her to believe Hansy wasa nearly every evening Joins prospects from for all a vigorous sources win and
gourmet watchbird boy Instead of a girl. her canine pal at dinner, even
already shaping
en you're obviously not Since that time. Hansy has eating from the same dish. Our season overall accounts
uainted with Hansy, pet had the run of the Giese So tame is Hansy, In fact, up.approaching the 3,000 mark.are
1 of Mr. and Mrs. Carl household, learning to like that even though she Is free We are making immediate
t, Pmeland Avenue, table scraps in preference to to roam indoors or out at will, plans for a considerable Increase
ewood the natural food quails eat she seldom leaves her own
in business volume by
ul\ b', a perfect descripof and developing a gourmet ap backyard environment and providing additional teller facilities
Hansy who loves ice petite for such goodies as comes running when she is including two driveIn 1
im end straweberries and strawberries and ice cream. called. tell-
tellers and a walk-up
rda the Giese premises She also has made friends Now, about that egg It er."
i watchdog, barking at with the Giese's big dog and hasn't scratched V {
intrusion of yet J. Howard Vaughn, president ..a MM.uM +eNw,w.y MRrnW.wlM + 1J7CR 1Jl'lrTli/ Iof..I N..CMpy1 ''i ' 1 1Y , ....., ..,, .. , Venice-Nokomia.Bank: Rya.a 1
incidentally recent- "Our bank, the oldest in Sara-
roved the was a girl quail tola County, enjoyed a con NEW UNITED CHURCH EDIFICESanctuary
spite) her masculine iden tinuing increase in business
-by laying her first egg. !
ie plump quail hen has f II
n' the pet of the Gieses W fs

e i adopted last January by Mrs.when Giese che AheadOf Work Starts

r wandering into Venice -
a Chamber of Commerce Time
quarters( where her men- renN. Plans to conduct Christmas cated at the comer of Sham construction later In the year struction contract amounts)
'''o-be was working as .. worship services in the new rock Boulevard and Tuxedo is an atrium around which to just under $94,000, exclude .
helper. a"leer Tour GONDOLIER Is be. Venice United Church of Road. covered walks will join the ing the atrium, furnishings, \
u GONDOLIER in IfY Ing delivered ahead of Christ if construction proceeds First $125,000 unit of the buildings in something of a equipment and other items.
fit page picture caption : time this week because of according to schedule new church complex to be cloister effect The sanctuaryis The church already owns
'hI l time of the visit that the Labor Day Holiday have been announced by Dr. erected on the site will be a designed in the shape of a equipment and furnishings in
Plump and Monday, when the postmanwill E. Robert Chable.Construction sanctuary seating approximately Greek cross, one of the oldest excess of $30,000.Prominently .
strolled quail be taking the day off. 400, including the architectural forms for featured in the
into of churchon
nonchalantly the
Otherwise you would not choir, and a combined ad will be
Venice Area Christian churches. sanctuary a communion ,
Chamber ofmerce I the Venice Gardens site
get until Tues
your paper ministration-education build the sanctuarywill table with hand-carved
-- Surmounting a
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to the aston- purchased some months ago
ant"of everyone, except MY, WHAT BIG EGGS HANSYI! They're not, actually.They're day.And a happy Labor Dayto was begun last week, Dr. ing.The be a lantern with colored panel of the Last Supper done
I I congregation, pa stored lights, fleche end cross. in Oberammergau, Germany,
Irish potatoes, of which Hansy, the pet quail of the Chable said. The five-acre
each of !tliCill.'lII .
ire. Giese you by Dr. Chable, presently is Architect for the master by the Laing family, prominent
[ didn't say what Carl Giese family, is overly fond. site of the new church is lo-
.. meeting temporarily in the plan is Frank Smith (AIA) In the Passion Play there .
.:;...; --I Ia 17 11ao .Y m''IIng ''' - Venice Gardens Recreation and associates of Sarasota. for many years.
Center for the 11 a.m. Sunday General contractor is T. T. The panel in front of the I \J
worship service. Watson also of Sarasota.Dr. table will be Illuminated with ,
I From Wilderness Modern Venice Grew I j jJ Tentatively scheduled for Chable said the con. (Continued on page 4)) '

[ W. EARL AUMANN parts of Florida at 25 centsan the coast and stopping at var. spectacle, Hlgel became convinced that this was the I Politics '
'eniee< got its acre and with the "bless ious points, he arrived in 1882 intrigued with the silhouette spot he had been searchingfor Boyer Charges II I
"*Hlgel name from ing" of his employer came at a spot opposite what is now of a man standing on the and ended up by buying
patriarch of five south to locate the right kind Nokomis Beach on Casey shore and decided to land. 73 ares with planted crops
I of Higels who of land to grow this cassava Key, where he was first at. The man turned out to be from him for $2,500, at whatis ?
10 made this area their plant and try out the processon tracted to a large school of Richard R. Roberts, who had now called "Higelville" in In Beer Spree Probe ,I I'
:though he an experimental basis. mullet. settled on a largo farm just the present City of Venice I .
t was not the Shortly after 1881 he sailed As far as he could see south of Casey's Pass. He and Bay Shore Estates to the '
white man to settle Inn from Atlantic City in his ca through his marine's scope, had good size patches of pine east of it. i Sheriff Ross Boyer has I in charges of contributing to South County Constable Jack j' '
lied which had been In- noe-sailboat the "Desperate"and probably a distance of 20 apples, peas, corn, beans, The climate of this section. charged that politics was involved :I the delinquency of a minor Knuckles. .\ I
1 by Indiana Frank proceeded down the At. miles, the whole nautical hor pomegranites, oranges, lemons appeared somewhat similarto in a statement last against a 21-year-old! Venice Boyer's Statement:
was the man wh gave lantic coast to Florida, izon was dotted with fish sugar cane and even a the old world Italian Cityof week by Juvenile Court Counselor divorcee, questioning of 30 Re: Juvenile Court release I.
name to the area sur"lag around Key-West and then up jumping and leaping out of few cassava plants growing, Venice, where he had spenta Jim Tillman on teenage youths and young adults anda on Caspersen Beach '
Dona and Roberts the west coast. the gulf waters. After staying several days considerable of his beer sprees on Caspersen threat by the owner of the parties Involving juvoniles. : I
',now' the City of Venice part private beach to close it to Doubt is cast time
Janis After shuttling up and down While viewing this amaze with Roberts, Higel became ; early life. It was even in the Beach.In every
and Bay Point. his statement Tillman the public if such misconduct the Investigation of a viola. ,
'gel was the grandfather ., .. ..-.- same latitude. asserted the sheriff's depart- continues. tlon of the law is used as a ,
Clyde V. Higel George f: "' ::,--- The various bays also reminded ment was aware of the nighttime Boyer said that Tillman political weapon.
-Kenneth Higel l \ .., 1 1A' him of the canals of beach contributor to the cam
and Bill ) > "YU"\1 activities on the was a This Is obviously the case
,el, and Mrs. Marie Wllklnt .. '. ' Italy and he immediately "but failed to take action." paign fund of his opponent in In a statement issued to the I I
t, of whom still live i "t{ christened" his holdings "Ven Tillman's own inquiry, the current sheriff race. press yesterday by Chief '
ice which is continuing, resulted Boyer is being opposed by Juvenile Court Counselor a
ace of'there now are a num. ; 4", 'r; : On the old maps the sec Jim K. Tillman a rather i ;
i: "r"t-grandchidren, > a : : tion appeared as "Horse and substantial contributor to ,
have leneratlons of this fame ., ,: 'i Chaise" from the fact thata Bids On Heart Of Town the campaign fund of the 1
thus made Venice bN11:", clump of trees on the shore Republican candidate for

lr home ,.' .. ..... ;. .- -,- -- -- line looked like a horse and the Republican candidate 1,' s
Civil War Vet - .f'r : ,' chaise to the fishermen drift Canal Due Sept. 22Bids for the office I now hold. ;
Span ,
ing by on the gulf waters. It '
Irank Higel. a kmed The campaign contributorreveals !
was not until 1888 when a post

8-Lorralne mist, was,a and native a. a of Un-Al- r ,;t.' i4'I:'' l'' I. Lret' !! office the home was of established A. Alfred Wrede near for construction of the West Coast Inland Navigation of he the has matters had knowledge which I', ,
Naval ''!. r.. said at Thursday's he describes to the ; 'I ;
.1 i Officer during the v that the name of Venice was $1,139,000 high level bridgeon District, press ,f.
,'I War tOok pert is :the(: L ,:. ..,... \ : made official. Darwin 0. Curry East Venice Avenue to WCIND meeting its attorneywas for at least five days, but ,
of 'e' .r to ahead h has to communicate
Vicksburg. '_ 'w "was the first postmaster. span the intracoastal water- go yet '
Iter the cessation ot holo way will be opened Sept. 22 with acquisition of all spoil with me about the facts I 'I
':es, he became ..sociateeS Higel planted a large patchof In Tallahassee Work on the areas in section 3 through which he concludes to be 'l C
,'J !fomllton Dlsston, a Cassava plants and the following 35-foot high bridge is expected Venice. Section 3 Is the final negligence. .
Iadelphla tool mapuf- year digging up the to begin around the first of link to be built in the water The juvenile 'Judge wrote I I b ;
e and industrIal tycoon In roots, he began converting next month. way and it is expected to be me that the facts were be- :.. ,
COUrse of his experiments them he into starch In a small Construction of two other financed by Congress next ing submitted to the newspapers > ( I t ,, \ :1.r
plant had erected. His
discovered process but supplied none of :' t
a process by bridges across the waterway, year ,
b Itlrel could b. profit. worked and Higel was north and south of Venice, is Huston said the bids on the the facts In his letter. !I' 1t : I
y Iltracted from the edl. jubilant expected to get underway East Venice Avenue bridge, Because of the obvious I \ r
roots of the cassava a ICYiM, ax fa ,AYl rhari He Immediately wrote Diss- within the next couple of which were advertised beginning political manipulations with 1'1 i.t I ""I' r. i
'IICII plant Used In making ton of his success. The latter months. Acquisition of final ; Sept. 1, will be openedby this case by the campaign \ i f\ 4
e ore and bread purchased enough equipmentto rlghts-of-way presently is in State Road Department officials contributor, I feel it is incumbent .I .,.i! 1'\ //1 11) r
described hie discovery ,2 go into the starch manufacturing progress in the SRD board room : upon me, as shell I 8 J: + I ,I
I futon who had purchacilliae fi d t1YMw i wow d business; on a large Work Progressing in Tallahassee at 10:30: a.m. (Ctmtlnued en pat t) II : i : 1 ; I
tim. |iIIr'TI (Continued on page 8)> Section :2 I of the waterways Sept. %2. #
acres ks .va ou11 LANDMARK..:-ThII 1 it the Hlgel home, the oldest house still standing Venice, which being dredged between Spoil AreasIluatorr ASTOR INSTANT COFFEE I, t 'I ;
UltNlSf! built tf solid timbers by sturdy pioneers of the Higel family The two-story building, CHECK VENICE AREA: Boca Grand and South Venice aaU the WCIND at- 49 cents for / -o*. jar at Kwik , tq, J
""laclI,lured GAME: HENS" ii I type which has been replaced largely by one-story buildings of concrete block wa'i AUTO DEALER: ads in this I County Commissioner torney was directed by resolution -I Chek in Rlalto! Shopping Center I S
day at Publl.'jQ and Wed structloo show little of the signs of time and turbulent storms it has weathered It issue for new and used car ttasel Huston, Sarasot Co'm- to acquire the spoil on Tuesday\ and Wedae J
PPIIII Gratis, Vrnice been divided into apartment} occupied: : by members of the high family 1 and truck bargain ly'i ;:epteaen4atLve esa ilee iCu&Ja.-4. M page 2). :(.


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7-Th* GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon., Sept. 7, 1964Obituaries HIGH LOW HIGH

lMtm: 7:18: am MONDAY, SEPT. 7 12:48: am 6
111 Adams Explains Proposed 1:40pm: 8:18pm: 12:38pm: T;
1:03am :22P
1,1 r-- TUESDAY SEPT. 8 2:05am: 8:00am: ';
/ Jr 2:23: pm 843: pm 1:38: : pm 8p1;: J
/1 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9 .1:24 ;
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. B .2,26: 1m 8:47: am Com BOa;
3:14pm j 2yl2Pfi 8'SOa
: 0.08pm ;
Ie MRS. LOIS E. CONLEYMrs. owner and operator of a hat Constitution ChangesThirteen THURSDAY, SEPT. 10 '3:60: em', 8S8'anf1TJ;: .' ':JSE :ft, M 748 am 858P;;

and dress shop. r.f:07pm..I1.3:5pm: : j,: .. ., = "O:5pm: 8:57: :
Lois Elfreda Conley, She was a member of First J ",

87, of Mobil. Gardens Engle- Church of Christ Scientist. circuits from the
proposed amendments schools and providing for continuance Judicial
wood, died Wednesday at Survivors include her husband to the) Forlda constitution of the program to present number to 20. Seaso'Closes]_

Venice Hospital.Mrs. to this A. B. Sackett; a sister were outlined for a hand- Jan 1 of the year 2000. -Giving the legislature the Best Summer J
Conley cam Miss Dorothy J. Howard of to revise the entire
ful of area residents by Secretary : power
Allowing usa the principal
area in 1960 from Santa Chicago and an aunt Miss
I Calif She was a nativeof Marion Howard; of Miami of State) Tom Adams from the sale of public state constitution, subject to (Continued from page 1) Mrs. June Conaty, managerof was slightly ahead of )19t

Lima, Ohio Rawles Funeral Home was during a brief stopover Thurs. land for school construction referendum. the Wishing Well Motel on August was a slow mot''

She is survived by her bus- in charge of arrangements day in Venice on a whirlwind instead of Just the interest. -Continuation of the state I week. Best Casey Keys: '"Business during however, there were lever

band Robert L. Conley j two grassroots tour of the state. Giving five counties the gasoline tax for another 29 Ever August was just fair, but the large transfers AU in ,n
sons, Kenneth O'Brien of Adams, who Is unopposed authority to hold referendumsto years.Levying Mrs George F .Gibbs Jr.. month before was very fin. summer has been good
of school taxes in husband
Flint Mich., and Jack 0' for re-election on the Democrat decide on election or appointment I co-owner with Generally, the summer has N. A. Butch, owner
Brlan of Mount Morris ticket in November, said of school superin Sarasota county against the of Tarpon Center Resort: been about II usual exceptfor Blitch'a Shoe Store In, do

Mich; her mother Mrs. Bertha he hoped to speak in every tendents. first $2,000 of assessed property "We've had a very good summer July which was unusually town Venice: "We've bad<

f Sisk of Flint; and a sister county of the state before the for valuation before Home this year the best everin good." biggest August sales I'tco
Mrs. Frances Pallthorpe of Nov. } general election. He -Providing continuityof stead Exemption.Some July and August. Our J. L. Dunn manager of that we've had In the ,1
replacing those already in 25: about guests caught a lot of fish I '
Englewood. ADMISSIONS to Venice from Fort persons Fisherman' Wharf Restaurant :years we've been In
Asa Ml Patricia Archibald., Fnrknroodl office in the event of removal equally divided between Republicans which is what they came for, business has been Mrs. Robert
Services held Saturday "Our (Isabella
were with t
Sandra Elliott. Vanlaa I BaCM Myers stopovers at ) v,
by death or other reasons and Democrats and the children splashed a
at Rawles Funeral Home b, Elliott Vanlaal, Uriah Svrd. Gorda, Port Charlotte and good. June, July and August hon, owner of Young Voti
Chapel in Englewood with CharlotUI Yonl./ iM Vlolat M..ri.orv.Green, North. &.Port.... Englewood. Later Thursday, Clarifying the duties of turned out to hear Secretary lot of water In the swimming averaged 40 per cent ahead of "Our business has greatly ,

The Rev. Addison S. Hardeeof .wood JoMph Pelham. YenleAss. he was to make another appearance the Commissioner of Agriculture Adams. pool. last year. The new road has creased over last summer

1 t Englewood Methodist ,i Marlanna. III Suele Sirmanakl D Erleknn, North Van.ic PortCharlotUI in Sarasota. making them conform been a big .factor, that and credit it In part to the f h;,

? Church officiating. Edith' Darna. Bot* Grmd.1Arthur official with current practices having Casey Kv back on that the local merchant
The high-ranking state The News
Bnelllnr.. Vanlea. establishment Sensing accessible list" meeting the
Providing for the public
IS I Roy Frltchen Kmth put In a plug for his
LEWIS OWEN RYON ..::t.. Coner.| Mkml ; Entn- of branch courthousesIn Wallace (Wally) Hill owner for more fashionable clout-
....... candidacy and urged his listeners
nMl. Vonl. J..lo Ro""' E. and operator of Venice and better quality
rlewoiKarthi Paul N. NoIMh E..Joowood frac Dade County. mtnA,
Lewis Owen 62 of to "take a small By THURMAN SENSING to the disc"
Ryon 0 WIll" Vonlool Punk Chef Restaurant: "Up
........ tion of a second" to pull the Increasing the number ;
336 Grove St. North Port 0. Enrkwend.ASS. businesswas
I of August
Council middle ,
iVr'wiliiam. --. Cntlaood executive: Vic President Southern States Industrial Charles Bruin
lever Nov. 3 under his man'tt
Charlott. died Thursday at ...... on cent
; .t Peter P'rkema N w J. I running about per Sarasota Federal J
Venice Hospital. Johnal S.I .,. Oiprarl Harry ass,. name on the ballot. Adams THE FRIENDS OF FIDEL ahead of last and about Savings
..... year Loan Assn.t
Vtnloat rharln V. Ft. Lander- said action would be Adult School "Ther has be,
Born in Washington, D C., dahl', O.n.o. Mllrhall Noknmla.Aair such an I equal to the previous year. steady Increase
he later made his home inGambrills III Loll }Holt, rnalawnoii. expression of approval for his While one group of young printer from Chicago told Interviewers seemed to be more outofstat a ovtr thi
n.l.v Hu...., Nokomlal Bthal Enlaflald. efforts over the past four Americans was aboard destroyers I that the United There past :year. And we're look-
Md. from which .
Nokomlal, Gladva Gnrf sna.nnod tourists here than a
city he came here a year ago. Nam, Cro.fl.ld, &..1....... years of helping to resolve Starts Sept. 8 in Tonkin Gulf, under States was acquiring "the forward to an even bign
Wol", Tenlln'a. Yeah.Anr. local problems whenever called fire from communist PT reputation of fascist Ger year a o. summer In the year to com
Mr .Ryon was employedfor . II. Vlnlnla. Fullw, Enila-. Building On Upswing George K.
33: years at the U. S. wood! Manilla Wlart Enilrwoodi. upon. boats, or taking off from aircraft many" by following a com Chester A. (Chet) Mayer vice Page, executi,
Maud William. Vanlcat Maria Thornaa. president and ,
to defend Western monad
Naval Academy. He was a Vanleal Waitoa Bhapard, Noko. Adams was in the forefront The Sarasota County Adult carriers on dangerous pulsion vice president of the National officer of First
I Stationary engineer. ", Ia, here about a year ago of negotiations High School is now accepting missions in defense of their civilization against commu-- Home Builders Assn. of the Ings & Loan Assn.j Federal Siv,
Survivors include his wid apt 11 John MarMlteholl, Van. Fall country another group of nism. All five of the American "Th v,,
between the city applications for the semester Venice Area: "Business In Ice
tat. Phrllli Marara, Nokomlii Theodora area growth Is
of Fidel Castro sound
returning friends
ow, Mrs. Mary E. Ryon; a Ikh.. .... G...?. Clare: John and three other governmental beginning Sept. 8. young Americans was general has been very good with the IK
of Lew. V. chlno, YIaPrank Barnav. to these shores to con also condemned U. S. efforts completion of ?
son, Thomas R. Ryon which resulted in who have inquired
Venice. agencies a Persons and is on the upswing right fourlanlng of U.S. 41 betw
isburg Tenn.t two daughters I sups It Bertha J.h....... tanned. four-party canal compromise about starting courses at that demn their country. to prevent South Viet Nan; now. In addition to new Venice and Sarasota *
Mrs. Jean Railey of Arlington Reed Brown, Venire I Lon)... O.'Brian, agreement with the West time or those who are inted- The return of 84 students from falling; to the commu homes, there has been quitea for the future pmpects

Va., and Mrs June Lee Vantoai Leulaa Dnehane. Vanlea.mSTRARGBS Coast Inland Navigation District ested in computing requirements from Red Cuba where they nists. bit of remodeling and a lot brighter" art IVII!

of Washington, N*. C.; a broth. I Aur. Ct Hannah Patenon, Enileaxiod State Road Department for a regular high were guests of the Castro Disgusting as are the dla- of swimming pool construction .
er Owen Ryon of Washington B-rtha Ll.d.... Venlfal vlrklHeller Communist government wasa loyal sentiments of these five Councilman John R. Kogu
Sarasota school diploma are requestedto this From all
Knirlewaodl. B. .. Girl Null, and County. summer city beach ,
D. C. and three sisters, shameful spectacle. It Is and others like them, even commissioner:
: Venice| Catherine and Bahr lop Rlh- At that time there was come to the Sarasota Com indications we should have a
Mrs. Florence Robertson and I...., Laura)f Cnrrl FanbabYaa munity School office and complete sad to think that "the land of more shocking is the inactionof good fall and winter think the beach has been
that Adams very
Misses Jessie and Nanny some conjecture the free and the home of the the U. S. Justice Department most successful project in!
the forma for
nlcture right
The now
An.. tTl rioranc Mererhoff lei.nfredk. might be a candidate in the necessary and the entire Johnson season. has been appreciated
Rvon. Venlrat Juanlfa flaall. Venice! registration. brave" should produce a set looks vtn
>w Funeral services were held Ftoranoa Mitchell: ., L'ntl.rro.41 l Robert gubernatorial race this year. of political beatniks that administration in dealing with bright"Robert I much by the residents oj it,
HnfC. Venloa.Aur And some political punditsstill It Is necessary that a transcript from V. (Bob) Young, Venice If
t" Saturday at Farley Funeral would foul their own nest. these types returning area one can lull
til Kathleen: Miller"I Ft X, from the previous school owner-operator of the Sand
feel be the
: with The Rev. Nathan.M may is what Red Cuba. by the number ot '
Home Chapel and i Johnnie Baiter Ouprarl Nevertheless, prop
Richard R. Lloyd of First Jokes. Velar Florence ..., man to watch in the governorrace attended be obtained in order they have done. And it Is Important Those who went to Cuba bar Beach-O-Tel: "As far aswe're there every day. I think tt
. I lie been
Vale. that classes be concerned a
two years from now. proper may took that was in (Don) has ",
Baptist Church of Venice of. Ana. 1St Patnkla Anhlb.M. Ea. scheduled.If for good Americans a Journey fabulous We have Bredlng orb
ficiating. Interment was in Vlolot C........y.Nnlen..h Port The 13 constitutional amendments to know about the admirersof violation of the law. But Atty. summer. out very well In his capacn!'
.' Chnktt.I Nrlah' Brrd San.dra discussed :you are one who quit Gen. Robert Kennedy has come up a good 80 per cent as lifeguard and (In the ,
Memorial by
Gulf Park. Thursday
Pines their at-
revolution In
Elliott v.nte, R.b, Girt Ell''''''. high school In senior Castro's over last Julv and Aug.
your year
'.,. VanleeJoeeph Pelhan. valet. Mar.Jorle Secretary Adams in the com midst. By understanding the done nothing effective to duties he, has at present

"" MRS. PAULINE SACKETTMrs. ...Plea. Valet Harry 8f.w.rhval. munity room of First Feder. year might, it be is able possible to complete that :you requirements depth of their disloyalty to I bring the law-breakers to the ust over business the previous, actually year.doubled I realize think Mr."(Guy) Curwood h.'
1 al and Loan Association bar of justice. Nor has the cooperated beautifully in tt
Aoc. set Hear. wkltt ere, Nokomlet Savings for In American concepts It shouldbe that might find <
Pauline Isabel Sackett Adelaide Wloeman yale.tGar. included graduation Justice Department Initiated people care of the beach and I k,
i 67,. of 101 Porpoise Road, .. Mltehall',. NoIouml.A. /. : one year's time, and if you possible In the years investigation into the these figures incredible, but lieve we can look forward'
Adams a
-Apportionment. ahead for this republic to strong
South Venice died ... III H.,." B_ (e plredl. completed less than the we have been on a two-year
I \ S._. Paul Molnett. Enilewood: : said he was sure the matter take learn how to handle such di- Fidellsta groups in the United a very successful season It
f at her home. Jennie Robertaon. nalewood) W. HTontllnean eighth grade, you can an States and their relationshipto advertising I campaign the winter visitors.
t Mrs. Sackett came to this Venice' Ad._ T......, would be resolved well In advance equivalency examination to visive, hurtful elements. throughout Central Florida
Venice.Sept. of the Nov. 3 election. Five of ridel's friends were Insurrectionary movements Doug Wheeler, owner t
place at the ninth and has workedfor
grade it
area from Naples 11 years tl Carelm .. u_. Venice' I -Changes in the numberof you interviewed recently in the taking place in the countrythis definitely King's Table Restauran:
She was native of Wat- Lola Bolt, EnrlewOAdl. Loutee' Tor.riran level. me
ago. a
"This is
ftamael.1I.rk. members and the length New York City press. These summer. my first year In VenIce
Enilawoodl The Community School also C. A. Nick Keller
N. Y. and later lived ( ) execu
ertown citizens have to and I have been
I Boea Granda' Fire Mortimer Enile. of terms for the Board of five characterized themselves Good cause agreeab!
offers the Opportune tive director of the Venice
in Chicago where she was wood I Irene Wrhbar, Nokomlll a person
ask have Atty. Gen. surprised at the
1: North. Port CharlMfel' Lao Regents administering state ity to obtain a State diplomaby as "socialist leaning" and I : Why Area Chamber of Commerce amount i i.
c.....n.. Ii..h Pot En.nn. and universities. Adams "everything from liberals tocommunist. Kennedy and other high-rank : summer business"
taking the General Educa. I "Summer business
,.1 8"aek.. seems to
Johnson administration I
ALLEN said the amendmentseeks .. If they had
tion Development Teat duringthe it
I me like was better than
t' to increase the board been members of Fidel Ca.tro's officials failed to investigate,
first full calendar weekof
i Convalescent and } and prosecute the left- last :year. It's slowing down
militant Cuban expose
from seven to nine members each month.
now however, with schools
I : and the terms from four to cadres, they could not have wing extremists who condemnthe ,
"I Nursing Home BdLCAILElliott Anyone Interested should been a big factor that, and
United States and
I farther In attacking the Jfooperil
nine with gone
years one contact the Sarasota Community beginning to The
24 open. motels
Hour Nosing; Service; i United States their home praise on a Soviet satellte in
appointed each year. School, 1001 S. WashIngton particularly on the
Phone Venice 4S8-270Z Mr. a.. II... Koknt B, -Extension of the time Blvd. or phone 938- land. the Caribbean? The public Is beaches all did
nr PONCe DE LION AVI. Vanka. dauthtar, Marl Lrnn Illlott, left with no conclusion other a good sum
One of the five, a 32-year- says
1 born Aamt Id. lit, .... limit for financing public 1332, Sarasota. old woman typist from Philadelphia than that Mr. Kennedy and mer business.

other administration James Dick co-owner of
said that "the one
thing I did not like about unwilling to take any act- Dick and Meadows Pharmacy
Ion that will cost them left- In downtown Venice: "Busi
II Cuba was the presence of the
Guantanamo base owned by wing political support in the ness has been good as far as h
elections this fall. we are concerned and is runnln .
Yankee imperialism and the
'm fact that American soldiers In the of Mr. ahead of last year. It',
r case Kennedy,
DOWNTOWN hard to ptnoolnt( Just where
Insult murder and humilitate who wants to be Senator from 5 I'JPedestrians
it's coming from, but I thinkwe're
Cuban workers dally. The New York State, Manhattan
going to have
a good
idea of an American citizen Is the headquarters of all the

I > enjoying the freedoms of this radicaillroup.. Moreover the fall and it looks winter "season, the
way now.
country smearing in this Castro sympathizers have
Don .
Pattlson. vice president
VENICE manner the servicemen of her close political ties with the
I T of The Men's
i Shop:
own nation should shock the powers that be in Harlem.
I U. S. Into "Our volume of Miriness! was i
I public an awareness where Mr. Kennedy hopes to
I \ t of the cancer that has fain his margin of victory in equal to or a little better than
for the same period a
been allowed within the bodyof November.
; the United States through ago even though the numberof
First & Finest Shopping Area
: a wrong-headed notion of tol BEER SPREE customers did not increase I
\ erance. proportionately. This would
\ The Fidellsta five also (Continued from pat 1) indicate that the customers

4I ra back the United who did buy, however, bought
DAZZLING SPARKLING came to iff of this county to conductan
States using the language em Investigation into all more" and better merchandise.

BARGAINS VALUES! iI nists.ployed One by of Cuba's the five commu., a 20- phases of if there the case is any to ne determine ,., C..C. (Chips) Johnson, presIdent crossing at Intersections >.
of the with traffic lIeMS
Venice Area
year-old New Yorker, refer. ligence on the part of any
t' 4 red to Cuban opponents of public official and to determine Board of Realtors: "I thinkwe should follow the light c"walk"

Castro as gusanos, which just what public official can state In general that and "don't walk" ftrials.

means wore These Is to be blamed with the second?., M days (April ,Pedestrians should COlt

"worms" she poke of are thebrave such negligence.If May and June) were ahead of slder themselves traffic units
: DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP the first 90 days, and at the
I men women and children in this case or any other and take protective measure
I who hold out In their there appears to be any end of six months business Jo avoid accidents.. Reiwnber,

I $100 A MONTH FOR 100 MONTHS McGregor Self-Park Parkaall hearts against the atheistic facts that concern the office BRIDGE BIDS m a collision between a p pdestrfon p.

communist tyranny gripping of the Juvenile judge or thecampaign and < vehicle, th I pto
1 Get Your Official Entry Slant Her .
their land or who take terrible I contributor, I (Continued from page 1) destrlan loses.
j SHEAFFER PEN 5 extra cartridges 79c nylon $7.95 risks in small boats to will keep them as fully informed areas for the section from always SfAWAR0.WINNINO

cross over to Florida and I as possible without Lemon Bay to th.,Venice Inlet .

231 W. Venice Av*.-488-6776-Medical Center Bldg. 225 W. Venice Ave. freedom.A rare loss of time for polite either by negotiation or
': 24-year-old apprentice IckU purposes. condemnation

,The Thursday action oy' the

i canal board followed;closely

j'( I by President Johnson the bill

I AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings passed by Congress authorize! PES
tog an appropriation! of $850 .

II Sales Service Supplies W Repair All Makes Watch Silverware Jewelry 000 for additional canal con. Nave Barb d BhewerYalrst
Stuart Merrick, Owner Witch and Jeweler RepairW. ENTERPRISES-TOURISM, Huston further stated that

J y 235 W. Miami Are 488-2473 V.nic.Ave. 488-3119 i1 CITRUS AND PHOSPHATEFACE bid specifications for all three

INCREASINGLY STIFF bridges over the canal at t
COMPETITION.MANY Venice call for vehicular traffic -
to be maintained during a

f WCIND board would learn in
r ?) Today thru Wednesday Today thru Wednesday a few days when bids for the
I "HONEYMOON HOTEL" STATES AND COUNTRIES ARE! other Sw9 bridges are to beHOW'S IeBabe's


Goulet and TOURIST TRADE.SYNTHETIC A* -,' THAT Plumbing Co

213 W. Venice Are Ph. 488-4909 Thurs., Fri, Sat. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.

"EL CID" (AP-A) spelling bee sponsored 488-2402 488-5212
"LOOKING FOR LOVE" : by city Knights of Columbus -

I was announced by a Radio Equipped Truck
Welcome/ To I news release which described
VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE DRINKS ARE MAKING the "master of cerlmonles. P. O. Box 454, Nokomis

I A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Typewriter, Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated)

\ 248 W Miami Av*. Dial 488.3457 Chemically Ctand-Jutf $I2.BO-Plu* Parts If Required ...,...... NOTICE!ITo '

211 W. VenIce Av. 488611A"4' e uc.woirjr)r/enrfs./ Wt 0*

FLORIDA'S PHOSPHATE eWfff $". I tot vtrwfio; -



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I Englewoods Buchan Airport Skydivers' I.. ij I "I I fSy I

CHARLES A, KOCHEloer other jumpers Duane -
from hayloft on- of Birmingham Ala, and Sowry War.ten thousand chute jumps at three to five tha opening of the huge urn- attitude of his fall and he himself mock for members of the FCA events of the
lump Fun w"n't it? Kauffman of Tampa, in feet (Members may brella-like canopy. After pulls the ripcord which and includes public liability recall. that par t
I I second time was' more making a multiple jump from rent 'chutes from the club or checking! the parachute and will mushroom the canapy personal and property dam of that era was
''CJ nd the the first Those who 13,300 feet This set a record purchase their own.) New ahroud lines for proper functioning overhead and float him backto age. The Parachute ClUb of daredevil, had few .I
;Jve\than'. enjoyed !lumping' for Sarasota County as the old members have must be 21 years of the Jumper then concentrates earth. Length of time In America ii is a non-profit division ., and was consider \
r 'wort have secretly wantL record was 12,500 feet-a jump age or written parental on orienting himself free-falling before opening the of the National Aeronautic Association risk in Insurance
L fimol answer to the made by Nathan and Sowry consent if age 18 to 21.Jumpers with the ground, noting direction parachute may be allowed to with homo offices in It was, however, the j
d (o The"Whv?" is that tevPht Incidentally, Sowry Is an e*. two must be equippedwith and amount of drift, and be Increased, dependent on the Monterey, Calif. nearly every air '
est t ion i would be fun. And itS president of the local club. airworthy parachutes steering toward the target aptitude and experience of the This writer, having covered or small I
; it attached to '
single /harness.
Kauffman a area. individual.In .
with 447
jumps to
}fun The back pack contains a In a multiple jump the lowest time the
his credit is may ,
a PCA ''iI j jF
parachuting, or iky canopy at least 28 feet in diameter t i
Snort ficer. The Jump man has right-of-way After make high altitude jumps and
I 'vm', provides the same en- 122 for Sowry was Nathan number 100 while the emergency making the proper PLF (parachute free-fall for miles before pulling 'a.rrl .
gave ,af I
vment intended higherexet even, and chest pack 'chute must measure landing fall), the student the ripcord. Instruments
(no Pun ). No brought Dondan- at least 24 feet Minimum field rolls his receives and other equipment then
lane vjlle'i) total up to 85. canopy are :kkn
the thrill !
can match opening\ altitudes for students
'her sport The comment from his instructoron necessary. An airworthy altimeter
public is
.dually flying one' owniene: the Invited to witness Is 2.500 feet while that for advanced the execution of his jump and/or stopwatch are 7 I ,1"'
dy through apace! In a which club's activities, jumpers is 2,200. Max and makes on entry of It in his required for delayed falls of 30 i ''t
rolls\ loops ; permitting, are imum ground wind limitationfor
controlled turns personal logbook.! seconds or more. Flotation 1
f held each ,,
barrelrolls\ at apeedeamng Sunday afternoon at trainees with leas than 15 h
,ve', and Buchan A minimum of five static gear Is a "must" If jumping
120 to 180 miles- Airport, south of Venice jumps is eight to 10 MPH The line ;
from jumps is required of each within one mile of open water.A .
on SR
_hour, vet with no 'I'nu- Each 77S-A. limit is 15 to 18 MPH for those learner In addition, at least supplementary source of I
,on of 'felling' Devotees of theenthusl his jumper helmet must furnish more experienced.A five jumps must be made froma oxygen/ must also be taken on : r
port ray. boots and coveralls wind drift Indicator, or four-place, or larger air hi eh altitude 'jumps.
parachuting{ goggles. Followingclub / streamer, is dropped by each craft with licensed
(.cal| ( parachutists In advanced sky-diving, two I
formed a club the initiation and a small planeload of parachutists. A aboard. II '
have or more jumpers may crisscross I
Lion, Valley Sky Divers. for training fee, a student I is ready large cloth cross or marker is Then comes the time for the each other's paths vary : i
,hose members are eager to which pre-jump ground training displayed near the center of a thrill of the first free-fall wh limp ii many times as penHe is usually held at club field to serve as a target. the jumper must regulate ther' leader, and maneuver vertically I
each Sunday afternoon and horizontally to
nese a
Buchan ,,Air- .. .. .. ... ....... .... . '
,t Ep.lewood's :: ': " ,1"'" ...,. .. baton back and forth. On extremely i :
originally\ carted ,, :
x>rt, The group , .' Wgh Jumps .moke
on its activities at Mission .,'" \ bombs or flour are "sometimesused
',Hey Estates, from which it f to trace the invisible path >
rlved i III name. Located east J of the Jumpers, for snectators i i'I
1 Laurel the real estate de- on the ground, far below.Of .
dopment offered a suitable all his! Instruction the
imp lone, although the one thing which the student learns
,lick-top street presented best Is how to pack his 'chute
roblems in cross-wind takeoffsnd property,' After his first! jump
landings by the Jump he learns that Ms canopy Is
'pane. the only thing in the world )
fitn! it became necessary to that will get him safely back to
of terra firms! Instructors pack
aone. the parachutes until the student
hen Airport was obtained and v has mastered the art
From then his 'chute Is his
he\ county property on Rout a on
75, It now headquarters. Fol- Donsiblllty.
owing the move, the first ('ronMM Life of a parachute Is not
was laid out on the Clark measured in years or numberof
Inch, directly east of the air- jumns. Regulations recommend
ort and Indiana Avenue that strength/ and porosity .
Efforts were made to have 1 tests on the canopy be made I
> center of Buchan Airport everv 100 Jumps or seven J dY ; '
lured of palmettos and pine years. '
rttt to provide a landing area I< sport parachuting safe?
lore convenient to instructors Without adequate Initial train h
Rt, the center of activity. ing, proper equipment and
Several weeks of hard work: safe jumping procedures the I
'RW the center acreage become sport could be dangerous, and, : !1 t:
imooth field with tree and during It. early phases was I I
scrub removed, smaller brush RECORD ALTITUDE JUMP was made by t this quartet of Mission Valley Sky Divers dangerous. But, just as flying EXECUTING A PERFECT Grady maneuvers !! ,
and weed burned, and the en. when they dropped from 15,500 feet over Englewood' Buchan Airport, recently, trailing has been made safe, new and her parachute to the airport run- \I
'"t area disked and 1eve''.d.V colored smoke they free-fell over two miles before opening their chutes, A modern equipment Improved way where she landed within area. As no h I' I
Improvement asserted crowd of several hundred watched the four break the old county record of 12,500 feet. Leftto techniques, and adequate instruction sound accompanies a can be shouted I"; I I
more lafety in landing for the right with their jump totals are Duffy Nathan ((100)), Bill Dondanville ((59)), Warren eliminated and supervision have to jumpers nearing the : :: of the basicrequisites I I
impers and! less chance of Kauffman ((447)), and Duane Sowry (122)). every major cause are landing with e and facing
damaging l their 'chutes end of danger. away from the direction of 0't. ((1
"lipment. '- Insurance coverage Is auto .
Pr lidpnt of the' zealous! weekend meeting. The traineeis Changes In the shape of the ... ,
,roun Is Duffv Nathan who Isimited advised of basic safety regu.. cross can be used as signals in ' .
' bv Bill Dondanville as lations, use of necessary equipment a ground-to-air communication r Ii .
and techniques in system. I I
'Te-nresident. Active me.m- proper '
hers include Jerrr Gill Dave falling and landing. The student When the pilot has reached .. ,
)'laughed Toni Alderman, Millie must jump at various, the correct altitude and position i ,\ I
Grady Kurt Lewis, "heights, from a platform until based on estimated wind. __ . Hoffman, Jim Shockley, he masters the art of relaxing drift the jump-master gives if o s
lielsea Frillen John Greer and rolling upon impact with the anxiously awaited order- .
Ir, and Johnny Greer HI. The the ground. the signal to leap into the void, i
trttri form a father-son teem Upon completion of the to experience the moment of \
and Ire from Englewood ground training, the future aky free-falling just before the pilot ,
Recently, Nathan and Don- diver will make actual static- chute snaps out to portend the

danville were joined by two line (automatic, opening) pars.M loud crack which accompanies .,!

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M d4ty 'I l r 4 in the lives of some 2,430 students from the ages of 1/ 'f

who start back to school in the Venice-Nokomis. .

i areas. It is a happy and exciting time. f ::0-

LET'S KEEP IT THAT WAY . t i' 4 l,
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MY1 ; .

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i a and consideration of school traffic safety . f ,j


SPECTATOR INTEREST: baa increased with each'Sunda performance by the Mission OBSERVE THE t
/nilley Sky Divers Center of activity Is at E nllwood' Buchan Airport oft SR '15. Park. '
/ Is available for any number of visitors. Hundredi enjoy watching club memo fr f : J
eri pack their 'chutes and make 12 to 18 I Jumps each week. iti i I I :

r- ----II 15 M.P.H.
The Comfort :
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I+et Lam"n a 'r 4 t" *w Blvd,
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$10,750 This ox/verf/semenf on Public I ,

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Venice,:: Florida to provide the maximum""of ease, com asm
Hurt N. .f Cyril) d, f
ph. 488.1553 fort'and spaciousness.I, 1
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1 :U _GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon., 7, 1964 ? I New Church Cf' Christ;

11 N PC Club Notes concealed(Continued lighting from which page 1)will Venice Mich. and Wequetonslng, I the Memorial Frederick Atrium W., has Hohm.barn

given by his wife
fleche and Mrs.
By MARGUERITE PETERSON be constant. The table was a The lantern, and her HA
man, son
gift to the church from Mrand cross surmounting the sanctuary and
The Civic Association of daughter Barbara and granddaughter of the NPC Republican Club Mrs. H. Carl Block of is a gift to the churchby Dr. and Mrs, Chable NA
1 North Port Charlotte met last Jacque Turner; will be next Wednesday, Sept Sarasota. Mrs Walter G. Fletcherof Hohman has also given the
;Wednesday evening Cruisemaster and Mrs Jim 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Com Other sanctuary feature Venice and Gullford, Conn., church the altar candelabra
The group discussed the Chance, Mr. and Mrs. Nor munity Center. Mrs. Helene will include two stained glass In memory of her husband, memory and Mrs.her parents th
urgent need for a "no passing, man O'Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Morris of Sarasota will be the window already in prepara also a charter trustee of the Rev. John sk'jW
Before his
IOD," for traffic through the William Harr and their granddaughter guest speaker and will bring 1rM tion. One, located in the chan church.Dr. had death Mr. HohmZ
Jeannie; Mr. and a firsthand report on the national cal above the altar, Is centered . Chable also announcedthat presented the church
sensible Mrs William Blankenbaker, convention. A questionand with the resurrection the altar Is the gift of with altar Bible and treed
In of his
Mr. and Mrs Emmet Weist, answer period will follow scene ,Alongside and below Mr. and Mrs Frank P. Reynolds memory parent lilt,
and Mrs.
one regulated for a city and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilhelm her discussion. the main scene are five smaller In memory of their par. Rev. Fred HohmK
populated area. This has been Mr. Parlso and Mr. Albert Refreshments wil. be served scenes of post-resurrection enls; the pulpit in memory of The 38-Inch altar crop wu
referred to the State Road 'Whalen, Mr. and Mrs Hubert occurrences. Grover W. Lapp by his wife, presented by Dr. and Mrs
Department, and thus far McKibben Mr. and Mrs. Be ready, be sure and register Tills Urge stained glass charter member of the liable in memory of hi.1er1\\
j there had been no action taken Leonard New, Mr. and Mrs so you will be eligibleto chancel the gift ot church; and the baptismalfont inary class-mate, the Rev
to lessen the traffic hazard Phil Baumeister, Commodoreand vote on November I. Mrs Floyd H. Neel of Nokomis is the gift of Arthur George Martin Hunter III
within the city limits. Mrs. Bob Canfield, Mrs -o- in memory of her husband Hardy Payson of Venice and Orangeburg. S. C. The site|
Among other business, the Eunice Braun Mr Clair The Women's Society of a charter trustee of the Norwich, Conn, In memoryof vases were given by tt,
association made plane to Rauch and Mr. Franklyn Christian Service of Trinity\ enables In memory of
4 I SALUTING AGRICULTURE throughout the state, Gov. church. his and the late Mrs. Pay- Un
have copies of the proposed Guests Included Mr Methodist Church meets today Sherwood W Mate
Farris Bryant proclaims September 13-19 as FARM Balancing this window is son's parents. and I
budget for the Lloyd BUREAU WEEK in Florida" Showing approval of the Gov. another located In the narthex The Baldwin organ largestIn vice eW:
Port Charlotte distributed Miss Iris Woolcock. Mr. and' meeting at the Fellowship emor's action are, from left, E. H. Flnlayson, Greenville, of the church. The narthex Sarasota and Charlotte man of the board of trust*.
throughout the entln. city: Mrs Paul Zulauf and Mr and Hall.Mrs. president of the Florida Farm Bureau Federation; Doyle window is of the traditional counties is the gift to the and chairman of the board<
This was done earlier this Mrs. Fred Scott went by car Robert Orr, president deacons, ]
holds Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture; Mrs. George W. rose window shape and features church Hof Mr. and Mrs respectively, |In I
ladies will
announced the
week because of boat trouble. Munroe, Quincy, chairman of the FFBrs Women's Program symbols of the Christian George Larsen of Manasota church In which Dr. Chabl
9 The next meeting will be The next scheduled meetingof baked goods sale on Saturday ; and T. K. McClane, Jr., Gainesville, FFBF executive faith. It is the gift of Miss Key In honor of their child Formerly served as pastor I In
on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Mr. the Boat Club will be on Sept. 12, in the Shopping vice president. Marion Wetmore Smith of ren, Mr. and Mrs Elwood M. New York state Anoth
1 Carl Meyer is President. Thursday, Sept. 17, at 7.30: Center. Larsen of Sarasota and Mal) chancel vase has been give
p - at the Community Cen -o- In of the
and Mrs. Nolan Tucker of memory brother Of
The Labor Day boat-s-cade ter. The Volunteer Fin Depart- Eugene C Miller of
and breakfast has been can -oAll ment, with the cooperation of I NPC Personals New San The Diego Memorial, Calif. Roll of the and another by the Nokomli Bordn

celled. registered RepublicansIn General Development Corp, Church Triumphant and Eternal family
Seventy-five attended the North Port Charlotte have and city hall, did a commendable
combined boat-a-e.d. of the been Invited to attend the Re. Job of ridding the Neighbors prepared in England has Numerous members and
Venice Nokomis Outboard publican Rally in Englewood, drainage ditch on West Hyde Miss Joyce Davidson of stopped In Pittsburgh for a been given to the church by friends of the church hi"
Drive returned visit with Mrs. Houck's sisterMrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. Bertram contributed hymnals
Park Avenue of overloadof
Club and the Boat Club of Saturday, Sept 5, at 2 p.m. an
Marion Armstrong. Atter Towle of Venice and Torrington ecclesiastical
after gowns,
cattails which have been home last Sunday paying appin
North Port Charlotte. Twenty. This will be an old fashioned The GONDOLIER welcomes
clogging of the waterways a surprise visit to her that, they spent the nexttwo c ., in memory for the minister, altar cloth
two boats In all, with 11 from outdoor rally, held under the many these new neighborsto yOfed
in the city. family! and friends in Mun weeks with her other sister era! and Mrs pulpit and lectern .ntependb
each club
cruised down the trees on Route 775 about a South Sarasota County!
Myakka River last Sunday, mile north of the Intersection The firemen sprayed diesel dele in. Ill Joyce accompanied and family, Mr and Mrs Chamberlin Sr., and in mem and other items.
j I Sept. 23. to the Riviera Oyster of 777 and 775. oil in the ditch and the flames her cousin, Miss Pamela J. Finley Smith in Baltimore, Mrs. Evelyn Curtis, 207. ory of Stephen Bartram J. Herbert Hamilton, Seth,
Bar where they had Mr. Charles R. Holley, candidate roared skyward as other fire. Fredricks of Libertyville, Ill., Md. While there they saw two Dorothy North Port Charlotte Chamberlin as well as in chairman of the church',
lunch. Mr. Jim Chance, for governor, and other men stood by with hoses to who had visited here the week plays, "The Flower" Drum'. from Connecticut honor of Major and Mrs. Henry executive building commit
j. Crulsemastr for the North state and county candidateswill extinguish any flame that before. Both girls got the Song," and "My Fair Lady. Mr. Curler Carbone, 155 Reed Chamberlin Jr., of said the committee and th,
Port Club, served as cruise- be there. might get out of control. After thrill of their life, on this, They toured the HersheyPlant Porto Bello, North Port Venice. board of trustees were plcu.
master for this combined The candidates will be the the fire the ditch was their first flight by Jet to and saw the famous Charlotte, from California. The Book of Abiding Memorials ed to learn that a number/
.: boat-a-cade. Those from hosts at a chicken and fish sprayed with a chemical to O'Hare Field, Chicago. Hershey Rose Garden and Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. has been given by Venice area subcontractor!
North Port attending were barbecue at 4 p.m. kill the roots.Neighbors -0- Museum. They returned Knoeckle, Ml Matins Rd., Mrs. Ernest R. Brooks in have been selected for the
Mr. and Mrs William Brink The first regular meeting along the water. Mr. and Mrs. Norman home via Washington, D. C., North Port Charlotte, from memory of her husband, the construction.A .
way, as well as all the neighborhood O'Bryan left early last Mon. with another stop-oft at Williamsburg Long Island, N. Y. late Dr. E. R. Brooks of Ven committee to coordinid
small fry, were on day to return to Pittsburghafter Va. Mrs. Margaret Williams, ice and Cleveland, Ohio. construction also has beet
DAVIS VINYL CRETE hand to watch the fire a six week vacation -o- State Senator and Mrs.
Palm Terrace Apis., appointed, composed of Mir
Harold and Alice Au anddaughters
-o- here. Eleanor had to be back Warren S. Henderson have
t Venice Are., Venice vln Y. Hawk, Hamilton and
Circles 3 and 4 of the women home in time for school to Connie and Bonnie from Indiana. given the church the Florida Frank P. Reynolds.
t- Let n spray your residence or commercial building with of First Presbyterian start. She is the Latin Instructor ; drove to Miami Beach over flag, Mrs Edward R. Naar
?\ a DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. Church will meet at 2 p.m. at the Kiski Area Senior the weekend in their new red Mr. and Mrs. p, E. Nlch- the United Nations Flu, Cap.
I. Circle 3 will meet at the High School in Vandergrift, convertible. While there they ors, 825 Riviera, Venice tain and Mrs. Hubert E. Paddock '
/' EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS home of Mrs Gordon Blendof Pa. stayed at the White House from New Tork. USN '(Ret.) and Mr. NEW HOMES

NO JOB TOO SMALL 240 Dorothy Ave, on Tuesday -0- Hotel and said they enjoyed a Mr and Mrs. Ralph But- and Mrs. Eugene C. Miller
Sept. 8, and Circle 4 Mr. and Mrs. Homer Houck wonderful time. tery, 929 Cypress Ave., Venice have given the Christian Flag, FURNISHED
W* offer tit* taint tafirfactory service o> we did while/ IffMe will meet the following day, have returned to their homeon -0- from Tampa. and Mr. and Mrs Howard OR UNFURNISHED

roofing kutintttl! Wednesday, Sept. 9. at the Dorothy Avenue after a Mr..Louis Carston on West. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason the American Flag will accept :',
home of Mrs Wilfred Churchill visit with their daughter and Hyde Park was recently admitted Bodd. 255 Shamrock Venice Offering plates and receiving .
of 346 Fremont Ave. family' Mr. end T-i Edward to Venice Hospital. Gardens, from Tampa. basin have been given by
;"1' P. O. Boa 333, Nokomis ph. 488-4174 If you need transportation, Ziegler Jr., end their daugh- His wife Violet had the misfortune Mr. and Mrs. Mark the children of Mr. and Mrs. Cen I Both ::1
eiease! call 4M-1309. of falling at her home Treilers In trade
I ter Mias Mary Houck. TheyI James F. White of Boston in
White 508 Haselwood Venice
last Monday night, and being
their memory and also In
I alone, she was treble to getup Gardens, from Ohio. 1 honor of their brother, Harry Ceckrill Builders II
or make anyone hear her Mr. and Mrs. William C. I Peters White, charter moderator offieet In East Gets '
call for help. Neighbors found Johnson 1641 Bamboo, Venice I of the Church. I'
her Tuesday at 10 a.m. We Gardens, from Sara The atrium; to< be known as Psi, 488.1451 488-3845
are glad they will be fine ina sots.IIr..
I few days and Mrs. Charles C. s
- Zlmmey, 112 Wood Rose,
Mr. and Mrs Louis Sch- Venice Gardens from Mid. Need PERSONAL PROPERTY
melke on Bumford Avenue dletown, Ohio.
have returned home to North
Mr. and Mrs. Merrttt .
::1iI Port after an extended vacation 532 Venice
I summer(in Connecticut during; the Va.Gardens, from Arlington

Mr. and Mrs Robert Orr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Novak -
Jr. on Talbot Street have 240 Cocoa Lane, Venice
their daughter and family, Gardens from Toledo
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cunningand Ohio. CflU me today for

I daughter, Colleen from Mr. and Mrs. Byron the Personal Touch
landsboro. Miss., here for a Ward, 521 LaGorce, Venire
10 day visit. Gardens, from Missou of Tailored ProtectionHEIDEN

Mr. and -0-Mrs Stanley A. ri.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Me,..

Nelson on Allen Road are enJoying ers, 419 South Park Blvd.,, >v}
I a vacation with rela- Venice, fro mTampa.Mr. so
j i lives and friends In Muske- and Mrs. William

gon, Mich. They were in Dunphy, IBS The Blake,
Muskegon for the Fiftieth Venice, from Chicago.
Wedding Anniversary celebration Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence u
honoring his sister Seymour, 1117 Gulf Coast
) and brother-in-law, Mr. and Blvd., Edgewood, Venice,
Mrs. John Schaalmas. Many from Michigan.
friends in North Port will remember Mr. and Mrs. James
the Schaalmas when Bowes, Quail Lane Nokomis
they were here for a five Gardens, from Kansas
month winter vacation with City.
I the Nelsons in 1963. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wai-

-o- ko, 215 San Marco, Venice,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cana from California.
and their children have returned Mr. and Mrs. X. T. Smith
I to Chicago to make West Seminole St.t Sooth
their home and Mr. and Mrs. Venice, from New Jersey.
i Vincent Campbell and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kit-
Karen have moved into chel 79 Lemon Bay Dr.,
I their home on Jeffery Ave Venice Gardens, from MichIgan. -

I II nue. Welcome, folks! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
-0- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pyle,
II Mr. and Mrs Frank Gooden Jupiter South Venice, from
I w Herbison Avenue have Portsmouth, Ohio. INSURANCE
I I been entertaining guests late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly
Their sister and brother- 925 Cypress
Ii i y. Venice
i n-law, Mr. and Mr*. Al Ripple from Ohio. 512 Venezia Parkway
i and daughter Carolyn ac- Mr. and Mrs. G. Caesar
P companied by a neice, Elaine Worthington Apts., Venice Venice Ph. 488.2491I
(' iII tipple from Youngstown, from Washington D. C.
II Ohio, stopped In for a visit, Mrs. Emma Kelly, 19J6 .
while on their way up the Area, North Port Charlotte I
1// West Coast of Florida. from Penlsjlvanla.
1j ', Mr. and Mrs. Gooden recently Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jato-Owners
j 1'I t hsa'Sxww" returned from a six Kraehe, J9J Grobe, North
'I' fl 1:1: .: .?1 A'ih Ka" ,r gycaz d1; ,, week vacation with relatives Port Charlotte, from New
H', i I I'' I II and friends in Ohio. Jersey
iT.A -
I !m i: Jeanne Hancock's sister,

'; Mrs. Charles Kenney .and! five NOW
We're children left Tuesday evening NOKOMIS!
OUT make
: to rocm for the 65 models! by> bus to return home to New ON BEAUTIFUL NEW
Orleans> La., after spending

Make us an offer! Limited number available. two North weeks Port. visiting here in U.S. 41 on DONNA BAY

They've gotta go so chocse yours now! Be cool tonight. VFWDidKP G & L SERVICE

install yourself and "
save even more For Teachers : FEATURING '. ; '

You'll never get Carrier for less. . see us today! Offer ends Combined the faculty KP breakfast and host Au dutyat ,. I
15th. 27 at Venice High School was :
Sept. performed by Tamiaml Me.
morial Post 8118 and Aiulli.


I They provided and served
the coffee and doughnuts.

R. L. ANDERSON INC. otnw Lundqulst Harold, Warren Olard

Feller. Steve Haynes and
Comdr. Kenny Norwood, Also Regular Premium'Gasolines

VENICE AIR BASE PH. 488.1766 auxiliary ames Alice members Rhodes, M Eliza-e s- 1ARATHON, & QUAKER, STATE OIL

beth Metz, Esther Lundquist. Come 'In & Get Acquainted

Home of Venice's Finest and Most Dependable Air Olga, Billie Girard Kroener Esther Anna Springr. Feler. .- OPEN 7'' A.M. to' 11 P.M.

Conditioning and Heating Products wood Smith and President Barbara LARRY GARDNER HARVEY LOSEYJTH




: Mrs. Elias Miller, Refresh first visited their! son.'n law I The GONDOLIER, Venice PU. Mon., Sept.. 7, 1964-5
t Eng ewood' Lemon Bay Nevis '//1, of cako, ice I '.3m and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
,- r .
By MARY E. KKOCPA afternoon was enjoyed playing St. Simon. Island, Ga. Mr. worth and son Johnny from The .Dare.." Circle of the "
card.. Scott Is stationed In the Coast Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Women's Society of Christian '1..1 J ,
we offer congratulations married. Mr. and Mr. Wesley Wauchula last week. -o- Guard there. They then journeyed Weaver and Mr and M".. Service in the Methodist ,
and a welcome to Mr. and Lynch have three children - Another surprise party was on to Boston to visit Ashworth have been visiting Church will meet at Mrs.
' Mrs.. T. A,. Lynch of 1830 HUol and live in Falrlawn, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Robert BrO given in honor of Mrs. Oscar another aon-in-law and daughter different place in Florida. Vida Lawrence's home at 740 f \I
been .Ave., Grove City, who I Mr. Lynch, before retiring bst, daughter Marlene and DeMann, district deputy of Mr. and Mr. Arthur Sunday they went to Lake Harvey Street, Thursday, jl \
Ret e. ru 1 celebrated their 43rd wedding was business manager of son Jim from Newton Falls the Odd Fellows Lodge from Dunhamel and family. Their Wales Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. I
"ga anniversary with a housewarming Electrical Local 102 in Ohio, are here as guests 01 Bradenton The Rebekah. and Itinerary continued to Binge lived in Lake Wales from -0-. '
,Mil Sunday :r'h 30.' Patterson, N. J.IHoia a S2nd Mr .and Mrs. Lee Brobst at the Odd Fellow extended an hampton, N. Y., to visit their Sept. 1925 to Aug. 1928. They Mrs. Alma Breltkreutz Is
abe With beef ta plentiful sup. bout 62 came to ho degree Mason Mrs. Lynch ISO Green St.Surprises Invitation to Mr. DeMann to son and wife, Mr and Mrs then decided to go back North convalescing at her home on
!cyst ymindedemealmplantm fine people. Quests started belong to the Eastern Star, -a- attend a pot luck dinner and George Sanderhoff and fam and live. They got so much Morrison Street. We wish hera
""the \ arriving at 2:80: p.m. Sunday :Germanla Chapter No. 11 in are 10 much fun he didn't expect it to be a ily. on to Canada sand in their shoes they came speedy recovery.
bye, will find beef make. and the last left at 13.30: ( a.m. ;Patterson, N. J. They are and especially at birthdays. surprise for his birthday and startedwent home from back to Florida to retire. In t
,'rnthu sly, nutrltiou. sandwiches Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch 'members of the Church Messiah Mr. Peter :Mano. of 88 Lake- About 30 people gathered at there. On their way back they 1959 they came to Englewoodand SOME TIMING
110m' with the had prepered all kinds of food in Patterson, N. J. They view Lane gave a little surprise the Odd Fellows Hall for the stopped in Pontiac, Mich., to settled here to live. MIAMI BEACH (AP) _
land lorld' Agricultural Extent I such U several varieties of i received many gifts, flowers party in honor of her occasion. visit friends Mr. and Mrs A. -o- Thomas Scott, operator of a I
" lilt .Service offer some .excel- meat, all kinds of salads ; and plants for their new home neighbor Mr.. Donna Koest- -0- J. Stephan) (whom a lot of Mr and Mrs. Harold Hallon hotel barbershop, aald he received ,
''nil!. en! .and'tih .uuestlona' cake and selection of drinks. 'and wish to thank everyone line celebrationg'her birthday, Mr. and Mrs. George San- people here know). Marie Street in Manasota ft Call: "This 1. Patrick i Ii
' ''II trig slices 0:loeef roast beef The cake wa. of Italian cooke for being so thoughtful. Last Wednesday afternoonMrs. derhoff of Wentworth Street -a- Garden recently returned Connolly in Minneapolis. I ;
Mrswet teak, and ground beef. pastry formed into a cake -0I Msnos invited a few recently returned from a Mr, and Mrs: Earl Weaver from a three weeks vacation Have a chair ready for meat
\ Remember that sandwiches Mr. and Mr. Lynch retired Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stl- neighbors in to surprise Mrs three month vacation with of Wentworth Street are entertaining They went to Warwick R. I., 11:111: thl. afternoon." I II'
l\ey rt .t t their flavorful best. on June 22 of this year. They I mac of 51 Beverly Circle Koestline..They were Mrs. relatives and friend in Georgia as houseguests I to visit Mr. Hall, brotherinlaw "So help me," Scott said,
daletins htII the fillings art genet.u hall from Haledon, N. J. They had as a guest their daugh John Robinson, Mr. Lee 'New Massachusetts, New their son-in-law and daughter and sister, Mr. and Mr.. "At 5:15 the door opened he '
have I bit of moisture pave one son, Wesley, who is ter, Mrs Walter Olliffi from 'bttt, Mm. Anton Hoff and York and Michigan. They Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ash. Joseph Willard. walked In and sat down. 1 t
wet and are J k
Mil dtcleargto) the edge of
I 11 I,,
\! bred.( I
hau. gout beef. rare, medium ENJOY
'!tit "ell done served either THE .)
"411In Si between buttered
t or 0
I of brad, makes a
'abl added DIFFERENCE
'r, hi' spread slices of bread 1

i'tII"i", with Sets hot sour beef cream slices, In then i HO PING SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN 1'

'r Of sandwich usenned
hot club I
nhbrc ,for a slices of beef ..teak.1rst r ISA GOVERNMENT-INSPECTED ,
spread three slices of M A !t PC 'r $ PLEASURE

end nth bread garlic generously butter.on Then all sides.... ; HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE I

'a" I'IJIge hot slices of beef on the II: ( a
note Into a triple-decker.
bread '
art Spread a generous amount of '" / tHBIIHof.NmSlSSXJNGlIMII; ( )( () ; :
!tint Aeddar cheese sauce over
lotthk tile top slice, and broil until "IM lll/lfJ/
M cheese bubbles and W .
browns. Add a garnish of
cb's pickle relish to the top of the _
totins swdwlch. Accent with toma. Chuck Steaks ;
I to wedges and potato chip.. SHENANDOAH ; I
vie Sen piping hot. '
rot for a prize-winning creation 'f!
I ton n combine ground round '

0eash leak 1'6'For pounds end six blue groundro cheese. round. r- Sh or' Ribs 49MASTERSDeiidous <<

ffl jeak with 1/4 cup sort butter .
fen! or! margarine lIt pound GAME
and crumbled blue cheese V4
teaspoon salt Itt teaspoons iIiiiiiiiI

I torchestershire dash of pepper.sauce, and 1rL.= =- G d Beef Ib, 49c
.. roun
equal Mix.sire well patties.and shape Broil Into until six ; HENS I :

done as desired.
While the patties are broil- _
.if, heat six split...m.
recd or poppy round
buss. Arrange the cooked -
barters on the bottom halvesof IOos. 59c _

buns and place on serving. I'L. llb.21c 1 I IW.
platei. Combine two tablespoons ..' '. i I '

cub ard. spread 1 1'4 prepared cup top prepared halves of must-buns l... \1I!! \ EFFECTIVE PRICES COTTAGE CHEESE 2 IBs. 39c .

with this mixture, and place 50mep'1l\"mso: \ / i TUES. fir WED. ONLY i
Garnish with .. I
m Trench burgers fried onion rings, ........... SEPT. 8 & 9, 1 1964 CLIP AND REDEEM ,
crisp lettuce leaves, and to- J";( Green Stamps t
matt slices. I M I*tut Mufw mi wnAwi Tnas-size barbecue sand- Shtnondock Vollty Quick From III K THESE VALUABLE '. ,JcooooooooooooooooooB
riches are bound to pleaseyour CORNISH CAMI HENS <=* ; d airy specials .
family and friends.To 20 59e "
: I
make, brown thin striped F :' I .f Corden's Tatty S&H COUPONS
( round, chuck or sirloin Buttermilk Biscuits ,
neat in heated butter or HUNT'S DELICIOUS

margarine.Sprinkle salt, and the add meat just slightlywith enough I TOMATO 6 49c

water to create steam. Cover FREE cons ome/rle"m50 TI
pan and cook until meat is

l tender.Add bottled barbecue sauced CATSUP frozen foods Et M( Green Stamps
continue cooking, uncov- 50 EXTRA &* GREEN M*fc.l .*
Minute Maid Pink or Reg.
Ted, until Is thick and
hot. Serve In heated hamburger STAMPS WITH PURCHASE LEMONADE0 2 qt aie S9eerNw d "
poppy seed, or sesame WM. NN a ,
seed round 1 0 \
buns.Canned Eoo o'oooS
pre-frled bacon will soon, diced go into and OF GAME HENS 6 6a: nZ; 69c o Q

commercial: production as anindustry & COUPON LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER WITH EXTRA 50
based 150m
development French PRRa
Birds' Eye W/Muihrooms
on> early research by the U. PURCHASES OF $3.00 OR MORI t
S.! Department of Agriculture CUT BEANS J"( Green ,

ready This new for the convenience table after food aminute's down produce lime I a p.1 I '
heating, Is vacuum. 3' RICK HAIR l SPRAY
packed by a process workedout it pkg. .moll iiieMM., Ia..I.
Jumbo Western
by the USDA Arglcultural .. woo .. now .
Research Service. S oUUUUUUU2222QUUUUU
The process wa. based on .
research showing that bacon Honeydews
spoilage can be prevented by Breakfast Club Grod A Flo.Medium. 5tt1V PRSE5( 0
toping the molsture-to-saJt
ratio low, and that this can dox.39c
be achieved without making Eggs J"/ Green Stamps;
[the bacon too salty by partial I .la au e.rr.d s.dr4
IT I dehydrating it before can. eqr49c
sing Htlni Rich 'n FlavorfulTomato HILL'S HORS MEAT b GRAVYI

Danish packers hare teen rag Oe r:;:: 3 toll cons. 69e I'I'i '
producing! canned sliced bacon Soup ; hNw Sal. 5.55. a IN.
oooL9Cant'loupes :
by USDA's process for Large Western can OooO o o
bout five years, and It has I
been available here a. aa imPort Rirt Y* (Limit 1 Please)
Until now however, the 50IDep'fllaA-m-50 I
Product ha. not been produced qt. 1ge
domestically. Tomato JuiceAll dscantir Jfll l Green Stamps) :

SUNDAY DINNER I ......a_. ...._..
Pimiento adds Interest toe t Please)
C (Limit
stuffing for chlck-n. Purpose lar.m'i MnM iMMnf rNHM 4fc
OyRoast Chicken Frances 2 for 2 9 24 1ge 2 8-S.rvings'' 50c ',
Crisco OilBumble NNw w..... ..... a 1-
Creamed Spinach . .. 000000000002002002 ... I
Trait Sherbet Angel Cake I
;Roast Chicken Frances BM Green Label

% cup butter or margarine 625e' 50mep llaAm-50 1 ,
14% CUps diced onion Chunk Tuna .

cup very hot water. J7l?/ Green Stamps *
1 Package (8 ounces) herb ch-Nut Strained ;
seasoned bread stuffing : ; ,
I canned pimientos, cubed Baby Food 12 mat( 98e rtNDi. 2L'I..os. lor NT99e ogt. ''. I
teaspoon salt PENNY ,. '' t
e.Nrrr WM e. MM 1'
"I teaspoon pepper. ... m lID ;
ooo o m
1 large roasting chicken

let Jn melt a the butts?add.onion.Ml SAVER Purple Plums can 19c ; $

and cook
gently until golden:
ramOVe from heat. Stir In the
Jot water, Bluffing, pimientos '
nit and pepper. Stuff body 'r' 29c PRICES EFFECTIVE IN i'

and with neck mixture cavities! roa.t.of chicken \ P' tgr. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT !! '' I l lI



HOMESTEAD AP) -8am Mrs. l.n's SmoothPeanut 1 / '
eel O. perry travels a. far a. .1 25- U e BRANDON AD 1""" 1, J i
3OOg Butter
) mile. toga to'< work. ,ter BM ARKRTS ,
Air, Force Staff Sgt. Perry

"to'atioUi I" Instructor Strategla who Air travels Corn- BORN IN SEPTEMBER? Mr.*. BeErs ItNW"rry ., VENICE ONLY! '

wand E*"J8 btle operate teaching l the crew TIME TO RENEW YOUR Preserves, .. .. .a.. .1J2eros,. 25- ,t ,

terse hate: ,at Dog Hom-missile.', GAIl"'j DRIVER'S' LICENSES 4 , I I ill'tnll .s 4jit

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t- GONDOLIER,, VenIce Fla. Mon., Sepf. 7 1964 ':\ THE I t Venice Name

(Continued from page 1)) county The )new. venture proved ment In 1862 opened the this federal part of goners KIT

.ii( PEOPLE scale very popular and successful Ida to homesteaders \Z
The machinery was shipped
and the products were shipped were entitled to ISO acres fret!
i SPEAK to Tampa by rail, it having by boat to various partsof if they would build a w!
d NI become shortly before the and tlU the
It W I southern terminus of HenryB. the country years before ground for fins
They could
growers in Florida thought years. also buy
r 0-: -I Plant'a railroad system. of processing and shippingcanned additional ground at $1.a a
ON Dlsston arrived in Tampa a q
and frozen citrus juices. )
To The Editor: edly would not qualify as one I few days later and was met acre.Many of the new
of Sensing's "good I by Higel who had sailed the arrivals
When you took over The Mr. home were Yankees who V
Higel had
\70 miles to that city. The original heard
GONDOLIER we aU knew churchmen, for I most as- up
MEMBER or via ASSOCIATED PIELI.KEllIn.. or tax FLORIDA PKESS ASSOCIATION there was bound to be a big auredly do not hang my headin Both were excited about the was located on the south where side Yankee about the soldiers]West Coast from

t Th. AMO.UW4. Pro H mtltIM to u* for <-....bllallo. of all ..... dl.petebe se.dlbd. a change in our wonderful local shame. 1 possibilities of the new yen-discussing of Ormond H. Britton St. about ST. now sent on raiding and sailor! >!IN I
M at not ......... nwlIM' .a UiH, papas. Mil s'IN .kwd. sew .bllobod b.en. au rth. of ..pablatlo..f . newspaper. During the following Would Mr. Sensing want to 1 ture. But while they were Harry the expedition ffid
wml*! 4lH.toh. m .!.. rmr.LT1 weeks and months silence the Church, as it is in plans in a tiny unheated lives The last vintage of during war days. Other famu!
>. *wi .it< best. ..........1.. toMMit of ttl amptp a mmtobttd. oed to npuklleMlai. bNMlr s there nostalgia that it J hotel, the best Tampa old orange grove can now be lies were from southern stain
was Russia
amongus Communist so
tabled UMM by wrltue pwmlMloi., _-- for the birth pangs of the cannot serve its role as the j had at that time, the big seen in the Bay Shore Estatesand which had been desolated b t
Publl.trtJ weary Mondu ..< Tharadir Itom llt-14 ft keel' AnavMntml changing format were many moral conscience of society? 'freeze of 1884 truck Florida the old two story frame armies. othnicame d
.... ,.,,.... florid. house that formerly stood In from northern Florida e
A! SMOI* Cu! > II. At Pot Of e M Just as the older generation Does Mr Sensing want a religion Icicles I standson which had been
wishes it would That night it snowed and the orange grove now overrun bp urn
+ EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher be possible desperately to cling to the emphasis that has of an"pie otherworldly In the- I icicles hung from the roof. the south side of La Guna the despised carpetbagger. a

: COURTNEY WILLIS ............................... .... Advertising Manager past so did many of us wish sky bye and bye" instead of The temperature dropped to Drive. Some filed Just "squatted" oft.
; Frank Higel died In 1891 ona era homestead
SAM DILLON ....... ........................... News and Newsphoto Editor to cling to the old ways of the being a faith that gives a resounding 23 degrees above zero In- one trip to Phiadelphle and his and a few bought large claim tracts
GONDOLIER. of the coldest nights Floe
ROGER KILBY.................................. Mechanical Superintendent Suddenly we find that we affirmative to the !ida's history. All plant life five sons carried on. HarryL. for grazing lands. The varl.
question of Cain, "Am I mybrother' Higel moved to Sarasota ous groups got along
have grown accustomed to was killed in the central section solend.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year $3 23 per six month, $2.75 the new GONDOLIER, that Of keeper Mr.?Sensing has of the state. after his father's death, Idly, however, married sod
of .25 $..25 while much of the neighborliness course Disston had left all his winter where he became very successful Joined in building Sarasota

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out county $6 per year, the right to his point of view, and later developed County and the Venice
has thatit clothes at Jacksonvilleand
per sue months, $3 per three months. approach gone but the very least he should know area
t A.ntlses. R." .........'.., rlo lei. p,.. aeeba. GalII& Plat Anirleu. N_ ._ IUp- Is better so, for The GON- be expected to do Is to inform { there were no heavy Siesta Key.. p p as we it today.
I' ........d... New York, N Y.t At1.tu. Gat Dealt lelc\. DOLIER Is all set for daily blankets in the hotel. When We do know that in addlL\
L himself reasonably adequately After Mrs. Potter Palmer ion to Richard R.
-- status and we predict when morning came he was com- Robert
on Christian history had the name "Venice" transferred and W L Dunn, Jesse
this time comes The GONDOLIER pletely disgusted with Flor- I.
I 'ml Itself will be as- In the first century and subsequently j ida's "tropical" weather and to its present location Knight came to Dona Bay in

Still Hope tounded at its acceptance, the early Christians packing his bags, ordered the the former town was withouta 1868, and started the nucleus
not only in the South County refused to merely conform to j machinery shipped back to name for some months, although of a large cattle ranch that

i'i'A. not with the two but in the urban area of Sarasota the socio political cultural Philadelphia and left for the the Seaboard Airline stretched from the Bar t to
was expected, Senafe-Houie con'I They are comparable itself. You, Mr. Ball, area forces of their time. Had they north. That was the end of Railroad designated it as the Myakk River.

; 'I fences killed a Senate-approved effort to classic sources of excise tax revenue- newspaperman. You prove done so the Christian faith Hlgel'i dream of riches from "Potter." Knight had seven boys and

i, liquor and cigarettes.The every issue of The GONDO- would have perished in a still Cassava plants.Undaunted Nokomis Named By Dunn eight girls and by the time

rid the nation of a series of exciie taxes also Increases in LIER that you have the old embryonic state. Because he returned to It was finally given the the HIgels arrived the Knight
Korean war saw ,
which hangovers from World War II. fashioned concept that it is they were culturally maladjusted Venice and sent for his wife, name "Nokomis" by W. L. clan was almost supreme ta
are excise tax rates-also billed as an emergency ' your Job to report the news persons, seeking to Adelaide Klrkoff) Higel and Dunn, the foster father of BenB. the Venice area. France b*
They were patted then at emergency m..sura--on such essentials as automobiles i- -not to make the news not transform the society of their his six sons, Harry L., Frank Dunn,, now owner of Fish- came the wife of.Charles Con.
j to run the town. What you day into that beloved community ( erman's Wharf Restaurant ry, Florence the wife of Han.
and supposed they auto and local telephone Jr., Ralph, Eugene, Georgeand
i i measures, everyone parts have to say you say forth- we call "the kingdom K. The elder Dunn had come to vey Hill, Rebecca Caroline!

:t would die when the emergency died. But service. These too are to be continued.At rightly as your own editorial. of God," they paid for it by Since Wesley the land Higel.was already Florida from Minnesota, the the wife of A, Alfred Wrede, At

J they are still on the books all these years the same time, it is evident that On Apr. 20, 1961 I wrote a being forced to participate in producing sugar cane and fine home of Longfellow's famous Martha the wife of Lacount e''
letter to Pete Conover ending gladiatorial combats for poem "Hiawatha" and It will Lowe Alice the wife of k
later and destined to remain favor ofeither citrus fruits Higel set up a
} jl they are there Is growing sentiment 'In ,
in this manner: "Thanks, which they were ill prepared, small shop at the spot where be remembered that Nokomiswas win O. Curry, Sara Jane th, n

I there for at least another year. repeal or substantial reduction i In Pete, for The GONDOLIER. or by being fed to the beastsin grandson Clyde V. Higel now Hiawatha's grandmother. wife of Shadrlck Hancock, k

11 It is argued that the taut In question these taxes and that the campaign will| I am proud of our paper the Colisseum that the peo- resides at the corner of Or- So Nokomis. it. Into. .this today. and Ann the wife of George
where the editor and the reporters ple might have their "bread Brown.
epply to luxuries. But that Involves a continue The chance for success next work hard to uphold and circuses"-the equivalent] Road mond where St, and Tarpon Center Just who were all the early John O. Webb and their five

I definition of luxury that, It Is safe to say year, or possibly the year thereafter, I Is the traditions of the free of a full belly and a good canned and they shipped processed"pure, settlers of the Venice area is children I came to Osprey from e(

press." Mr. Ball, thank you show! hard to say. No authentic Utica N. Y., in 1886
Is hardly In consonance with the thinking.1' considered good by Washington reporters Florida cane syrup," "pure ; John
\ )>1 for so printing your news- Again, had the Christians in record has been kept of those S. Blackburn homesteads)
'\ of most of us. Among the items which If that proves to be the case, conlumerleverywher. paper that though the format general and the Knights lemon orange peel"Jelly, and well"candied pioneer days and most of the about 1871 one and one-half rc
as as orange -
rfb 1'- are taxed, for instance, are handbags, will benefit. And so will workers changed the policy stayed Templar in particularly, been juice. names mentioned today are miles south of Osprey and his

: luggage, watches and cosmetics. In a nation and all others concerned-for sales staunchly true. We can believe willing to accept the political Still Has Labels recollections of descendentsof sons Frank and George home.
h what we read in Thee those early settlers, recollections steaded near him.
power structure of their time,
i which prides itself on the highest of will certainly rise when these taxes er GONDOLIER. This is your history would have been de- His grandson. George HI.I.who that are not alwaysas Others mentioned in those 11.Jw

J;; living standards, these are necessities used eliminated and prices of the affected| priceless gift to the people nied all of the heroic valor of lives at Esplanade and accurate as they might be, early days were William ry

and needed by virtually family.Bumper. wares down RUTH L. MAY.Editor's the Crusades in the Middle La Guna Drive, still has some so any list published today is Lowe, J. K. Hill, S. C. Bui. SOl
every go
Ij: (, ( Note: Yea Ages of the old gold and colored bound to omit some of the lard, D. Garrett, J. M. Clow.\ 'al

overwhelm us, Rath, bat It Mr. Sensing had lived 125 labels stating that the pro early ones. er, Stephen Drew, William let
leave ns give credit where would ho have said ducts were "prepared in the It was only after the Semi- Brunson, George Grayson E. ia
years ago,
. ,4HI Stickers credit Is due. Being an ex- that the churches and minIsters grove by F. Higel Venice, nole War ended in August R, Marsh, James Bradley, ,lar

., toller in the Journalistic ought to hang their Manatee County, Florida," 1842, and Congress opened up Ezeklal Dryman Claude T. 's.
vineyard yourself, you know (It was not until 1921 that South Florida that the trek to
Pity the poor automobile bumpers this the right a bit, and the motor lodgein It takes a whale of a lot of heads In shame because of Sarasota became a separate the Venice area really began Stephens Curry, H,,and J. Kennedy C L Lowe., W. E. 0' I
the of Cotton
j. summer and fall. Not only are the seashore the mountains is going to have to have i help from the community preachings h.,
Mather, Increase Mather,
I If 1 and mountain resorts fighting for its sign removed.It and good a good newspaper staff to Without makea Jonathan Edwards, and the FIRSTOFASERIESTef's

space on the chrome In front and rear certainly looks like a bumper season i appearing to be boastful, courageous souls who served I :.

of the nations cars, lust remember the for bumper stickers.As we can say that we are |the cause of abolitionism. asc
'r abundantly blessed on both Would he have censored Harriet -
political season. for us, we'd sort of like to see the' counts). Beecher Stowe's writings? ;

Some way, some how, that strip oft polished chrome of the rear bumper awhile And would he be willing to Plant A Garden"e.

chrome Is |lust going to have to make longer. At least through the fifth i To The Editor: accord equally gallant treatment -
to the fairer sex, suggesting -
room for more stickers. The seashore retort monthly payment Because what one writes ladies
that ought to By ANNIE RUTH SUMMERS
with tiller
or a Be sure that Sarasota. ,
I is going to have to be moved overDoa Laurel, Miss, Leader-Call| when very aroused emotion- hang their heads in shame A large percentage of our all grass and weeds are re- The there 'el'n
people moil
ally may not be what one because of the work of SusanB. ]local< residents era newcomers are
moved. The size in
and shape helpful and will
would choose to say when Anthony, Lucretia Mott, to the and know little co-operate ia
area of a garden is to the Individual J
up any way possible. While ia
. 11 time has
brought about a Carrie
Chapman Catt, and about in
DaysCome gardening Florida and his
"cooling! off" process, I have Carrie Nation, all of whom 1< soils. Therefore, we will needs. particular the county agent's office, you ''td)
waited for more than a month will find many books and bulletins
Christian ladies either
were attempt to
help folks After the soil has
I now the days when even the family fretful; wives snap at husbands; husbands, before sending this letter to seeking to get the franchise since we have been gardening worked apply a been relating to Florida

I 1 dog lies listlessly In the dust, too hot snarl at both. you have in to the say hope would that be what more I for conditions women of or society to Improve in their the here. for more than 20years. coating of cow manure generous, peat plants.plants These and growing are free. these Also,
to wag his tail. Yet the dog days, like all seasons, have i objective than the writing of time? comments to confine and our bone meal, or other organic when you take your soil a

Only the candidates for public office their compensations. There Is still time one this letter.which is the subject of Mr. Sensing needs desperately the words we use gardening will be, simple composts of the over garden the area.entire Work surface sample recommendations in ask that on they what make to

i show to take a vacation-unless you already 1 a course In Christian words Some youngsters this application into the soil use soil in the event
Because on
any energy.In I find few, if any, history which would teach him your B
have There about 1 enjoy gardening, so these to the depth spaded. Do this it Is
is need
no to worry other newspapers as respon- that the Christian Church and not Just right for the
I the city, air conditioning becomes articles will be written in well In advance of
I furnace bills Lawns seldom need mowing. nlble In journalism as the the Christian faith Is always 1 1in language they can under results in your garden.
at least
a treacherous mistress, for eventually you Hot GONDOLIER, it therefore i its greatest danger whenit stand.In one to two weeks. We will try to have continuity
dogs and cooked
hamburgers outdoor
must leave her. Food loses its on came and continues to come is too identified with the Keep this area well watered in these article n
savor to
.,( grills are cheaper than steaks and I as quite a shock to me to cultural, social, economic and successfullygrew and free of all weeds and order that they may be compiled
illusions a garden it is
Strange from the humid
rising necessary until
pork chops prepared indoors read in your paper articles political standards of glvt grass you are ready to in a folder, or book form
properly prepare the soil in
air, are reported seriously In the plant for future reference. They
as historically
I papers. inaccurate, en period or place. Precisely
Imperceptibly the will Inch advance of planting. This
days along
la the event do
The Loch Ness monster and the flying slanted, and illogical as some because it is separated from time of the you not will be numbered one, two,
until Labor looms. Then will I year we start know the P" of your soil, (the three
suddenly Day of those written by Mr. Thurt the political arena, the Christ and so on. If you have
saucer have been sighted thinking about planting winter P*

arrive like man Sensing, executive vice a means to what degree It any questions, please refer to
an ocean breeze, the gentle t tian Church is able to look garden both for
blooming I.
In the suburbs, the dog days are cruelest of president of the Southern objectively at the current annuals and acid or alkaline), take a the number of the article a)
I I beauty September. Tempers will cool 1 States Industrial Council winter vegetables sample of the soil in to the this will in locating
help us
\ of all. The promise of outdoor living with the air. Oysters will return, and foot- which you publish from time i word scene and of speak transforming the prophetic, redemptive opinion for that our tables. It is my county agent's office In Sara- the particular subject on

I has become a reality of heat and mow ball, and calm reason. Most blessedly ofall to time < love. Just as those I should be blooming annuals sota. He will run tests and which you wish information.
planted about
I'; i I quitoes. The crab grass crawls gleefully the children will get out from underfoot I refer In particular] to the 1 have suggested, out of many, i first of October. Practically man send the In order results to to you by To the best of our ability we
column in issue of Moni get a good will all
your i many more who could be attempt to answer
1 ; over lawns which only a month ago seemed and back to school. every type of vegetable with soil sample,
dig hole
t go day, July 27, because it Is a i i named found In their Christ a approximately your questions. By your ask

I 1'Jf. 1 promising. The roses, it Is clear, won't And a house will be a home again. particularly] vicious example i 1 tlan Faith In times past the be planted exception between of lettuce, can one foot deep. ing questions, it will help seato
of Irresponsible writing In i 1 Sept. 15 With your hand or a trowel, write interestlnf
"i' amount to much after all. Children growN Knoxville, Tenn., NewsSentinelBirds Impetus and directive for and Oct. I, How they thrive more
11'J N this article Mr. Sensing la attacking transforming society, these depend scoop up the toil from the articles as we will then know
the National Council I on weather conditionsand bottom of the hole all the way what the is Interested
;youngsters today seem to be public
i the
. flli i IWJ Unlimitedmillion. of Churches of the United I taking their religion and its Soil care Preparation given them. to the top of It. Place this in learning.

States of America because of C i ethical-moral Impulses rather Let's sample in a Jar or plastic Article number two will be
J 'I its cooperation with the Student i seriously Rather than prepara- beg and either mall It or take about garden 'design and the
to hang
The fear that the use of pesticides in (tion. The first step is to cultivate it to the Agriculture]
,I Non-Violent Coordinating :my head in shame, as Mr. the Build proper way to plant an old
11 agriculture may be creating menaces to In the words of the Portland OregonIan h Committee in terms of thee Sensing suggests, I am sufficlently either by hand. ing on Fruitvllle road in fashioned garden.American .

human and animal life which far outweigh summer educational registration
"Inescapable conclusion Is that th proud of them to be

any advantages has been exceedingly chemicals used farmers to kill project in Mississippi. Asa able to hold it high!
by pests,
Christian first and Too
as a There may be some publl- Late To I IBy
I ,, well publicized in recent times. A a major factor In the phenomenal production : clergyman second, I particularly cation. which would permit Classify

common charge Is that birds )in great of U. S. agriculture, are not at the ] object to some of the such sly] innuendos, clever

I numbers are being destroyed. same time killing birds on a larger scale. things He compares Mr. Sensing the says.Christian though false inferences, and RUSSELL KAY I

I Now an analysis has been made of figures Nearly everyone will be happy that noisyrather youth participating this and 1 papers damning as implications those which in Mr.Sen.inl its. It is difficult to write an Ajax. Politicians win froth at "nl

compiled by the Audubon Societywhich than silent springs are in prospect similar projects to the Hitler employs, but please, service Intelligent that column for a mail the mouth and call each other continue to be taxpayers taken for more
youth under Nazi indoctrination. will not be
track not in our responsible and pub
the bird
keeps of population in America. double-dyed liars. contributions
lished for and more, and their
How dare Mr. Sensing several days after
through the counts of bird watchers. The Here is another significant contributionto make such a comparison or we wonderful have to this tripe U, it Is released. trading The Beatles wild will squeals still be ex- will accomplish continue less and I(
substance of it is that of the attempt to draw such a parVlII Right now for example I less Uncle Sam will
over a period mounting pile of evidence that then at least balance it with teen-aged admirers. DeGaulle throwing
) about 20 years, there have been large criticism of pesticides use, no matter tory? ,Is or he does so Ignorant he for ulteriorreason. of his- another column by a more informed Democratic am up to my convention ears in but the by will still be looking down his seeking money friendship from hell to break-

,J J Increases In the birds counted. Specifically how well-meant, has reached totally unjustified of his own deliberately erl and responsible writ- the time this reaches print nose and dreaming at the reat of of the world fast Sukarno and Nasser will end

In 1940, 2,200 counters listed a total dimensions. It's high time this choose to ignore the factthat E. Robert Chable] the political orgy will be ov dominant world power.France Khrushchev as a 'I then take all they like can Little get Audrey
er. We know who the laugh
of. 2 million birds In 1961 there the Nazi youth,, Imbued Minister, United vice will be I I Curtain
i ; were Important matter was seen In proper per with a false concept of Nordic presidential candidate will issuing threats as they switch to Iron
Ii II 9,677 counters and their total was 37.1 spective.I supremacy, were accomplicesin Church of Christ. be, what Mississippi and Alabama and warnings one day and countries for more of the I
(EDITOR'S NOTE making peace overtures the will con
: We delegates did and same The Sphinx
the what
: murder of more than
I agree with much of what happened at Pearl Mesta'sparties. next. Our so-called allies will tinue to wear his inscrutable
million Jews
\ The
: I Library I Column I in youngpeople you say, Dr. Chable] but we continue to sell trucks and smile and the Coast Guard
Mississippi and elsewhere
other anu-
hi would be something less equipment to Cuba will continue to capture
I'i although we might not After all the fireworks are Congolese will
continue ammunition
I by B. Lars Newton agree with all their methods, a responsible newspaper over I doubt if there will be murder mmlsslonarles to Castro arms and who are
If we were to publish much Bobby . from Cuban patriots
desire change in the
no to murder situation Baker
FRIENDS OF will Castro
THE LIBRARYplatt only those columns with No than continue to seeking to overthrow
anyone. Three of them havebeen more after the San bank
good cold arms
+ M which we do agree, to tn- Francisco cash The while the CIA provides
IN a Commencement address at Boston of Hbrariti murdered. They went convention. We will Mets will continue to other
os an occestory toMe exclusion of all ethers still have to choose between gain and ammunition to
j there to educate disfranchised
University famed journalist Walter LIpp- educational proe.... Wt /lave citizens to an extent which Editor Johnson and GOldwater and baseball team the Jimmle world's worst Cubans who hope to ccow

mann made this perceptive statement: very muck vndtrtttimottd our role/ would enable them to exercise To Due to the wonderful: alertness strike there will still be picket lines, will still be appealing Hoffa and pllsh The the Supreme same end.Court *,"...
i The matt Important thing that con h.,.. If Me crowds of irWen/s who their franchise as American and cooperation of the demonstrations. Amerlc delinquency, teamsters will elfll! be footing continue to throw rooiuwy

I ee gained from an education li to hart been clamoring fo enter inftifu- responsible citizen.manner.In an intelligent Venice fire and police departments will continue to die in a Vet n' s what the bill.It has Poverty *U) still be wrenches in the machineryand
'I, have /learn how about Mr. the fire in the S&H Nam, the United Nations will always been Unl- politicians will go
J btgiino to go float and libraries and if the surveysof Sensing says that because Green Stamp Store was held still be broke, Greece and dentified landlords will continue staring mad in an effete
j learning student, the National Council of to a minimum. to raise rents on sub "1
x use mean anything at all/ Turkey will still be at each pleas* their

3 Whet better place to go about Laming to m, we mutt aunty/ by now recognise Churches Is which one of joined those with organizations I wish especially to commend ,I others throats over Cyprus. contribute standard living to human quarters and at the same lime stand liras \
Mrs Blanche Celli) of misery for
Castro law
than your Venice Area Public libraryl! that libraries central others in supporting these will still be Papa Bear and the rising and order.
art to the the city council, Officer in Cuba the Congo will crime rata; The average citizen tdll f d

As James E. Bryan, former presidentof educational process and not on adjunct young people that it Is a terrible Krueger, and Mr. Devine, for be a grand and glorious mess still but bosses like 'Juveniles, POlitical about his business, mudded
reflection on our church their most helpful will see to it that their is Bring
the American Library Association The State Department will and( confused. He
amplifies / to it. organization "and names never get
good appear in
TISCHLER. still be telling from day to day in hopes
; : USE YOUR LIBRARY. churchmen must hang their Redemption Center Mgr is coming The and nothing will b, done to everything will work out ."
up roses
t Ubrariaai/ ban long talked/ oMe -BLN heads in shame" Indeed!I' I'' Sperry & Hutchison Co., tagon will still< be eisurln;': make .them give' e.ell token right. Maybe he will I vote' If
tl am very proud that I In the
: undoubU Venice that wt art stronger than slum it doesn't rain or nothtof
homing .
they; wax M oo." ,else interferes, JThe

i I j

: The GONDOLIER, Venice. FT,. Mon, .P", Y 1964-7 I

;/ivic/ Orchestra V{1 I _. i : \

=4k 1 1 I= \ Lynn Willis Weds Kansan 'd .I. 1

, Workshop Set For t : :1' I

, Iusic Club Meet ? fs In Candlelight: Ceremony I !

In a '7:3D: p.m. candlelight I

ceremony Saturday at Grace r i
I Methodist Church, Miss Lynn t t H
dip ,
Orchestra the CecBlan Music
11 In civic Willis became the bride of
L HIT Paul GoldensUin I Society, Nocturne Hour Frederick Wasson H of Jack F ,
LkelU first Public ap- Club sponsors.
sonville and Wichita, Kan.
&.!nee it waireactiK0 Mrs. Ann Lord I president, The bride It the daughter

years ago tomorrow at a re- will. be in charge The public of Mr .and Mrs. D. CourtneyWillis .r r ri
U workshop is
Invited Mrs: Paul
, Melroy of 1205 East Gate
Kflnt toll Program will be in charg of refreshments .
i Music Club. Drive. The groom is the son
1 Ut Hour of Mr. and Mr.. Fred D. i 1
e muting will be held at The club. In its eleventh Wasson of Wichita. 4 \ at I'I'i

it Elks Hall. Honored year, is a member of National
Or E. Robert Chable of
Federation of Music Clubs
of America. Both men and Venice United Church of
women are members -i : Christ performed the double i JI

Goldenstein was founder ring ceremony before the attar -
decorated with white
and director of the Civic Or.
chestra in 1947 It'was then gladioli and pompons and
ht ,' known white tapers In sevenbranch.ed '
as Venlce-Nokomis
High School Band and later THE ANNUAL FACULTY'TEA given by Venice Area College( Club eWednnesdayadrew candelabra. Baskets of } ,
grew into the Venice Civic some sixty members of Venice Junior and Senior High Schools away from their before. white gladioli and pompons t ''j,
Orchestra which gave several school-opens tasks to meet each other and members of the host club. Behind the tea table, flanked the chancel rail and I
performances Including "The welcoming new staff members, are left to rl gist, Mrs George Eichelberger, Mrs Harry the center aisle was spread j : '
Chocolate Soldier" and "New Hager and Mrs. Samuel Roth. New teacher s, left to right, are John H. Shufflebarger of with a white satin runner. !
Moon VHS, Mrs Helen C. Albrltton. Miss Myrna Lu Woods and Miss Sandy Andrew, all .of Satin bows and greenery ,I t tI
The orchestra In composedof VJHS, and Ross Smith of VHS marked the pews J. Thomas ,I I
approximately 50 membersand Hamm played the nuptial t 3

plans to present organ selections.The ,
a con Home Demo Club 111 :
cert this winter.Coldenstein bride
College Club Will Open was given in 1
was born in Announces New marriage by her father and
Rumania and by the of attended Miss
age was by Margaret I ,!
20 was a well-known musician Fall ScheduleA Higel as maid of honor
throughout Europe. His performances Fall Program TomorrowBoard and Miss Nancy Wasson, ,
Included both piano change in meeting time sister of the bridegroom, as
and violin concerts. He and place for the 1964-63 sea- bridesmaid. William Gary G G2"i I II I IIi
members of Venice Highlights Reservations
received his son is announced for mer
music degree today
Wasson of Jacksonville thebridegroom'
from the Venice Area Home Demonstration Area College Club will be ahould be made by callIng
Sorbonne in Paris, brother
be members of the France Club the hostesses at the group's first Mrs. Samuel S. Roth of was
11 rill after two years study by president best Ushers James
man. were
I Council, Civic Orchestra I there He was first concert Mrs. E. A Kukkuck fall meeting tomorrow at 1727 Sandlewood Drive. President Martin of Oneco, cousin of the ;; t t a :;
lorters orchestra 12:30: p.m. at Venice-Nokomis Mrs Harry Hager will
and master of the West Coast Beginning Sept 11, the bride, and Randy Willis, her
Methodist Church hall. be in
Ibers, families as well as Symphony Orchestra meetings will be held the second charge. '
and fourth Fridays of Coffee and dessert will be The club entertained for brother. 4 ; d d'r s.I I I'I
each month from 10 aim to served faculties of Venice Junior and For her wedding the bride
secretarial 3 p.m. at Venice Civic Center The program will be "Sum. Senior High School and college chose a floor-length gown**of ref ,
Scholarshipreject Business meetings will be at girls Wednesday with a organza over peau de sole It aeS e*
1 p.m tea, attended by 60 guests was fashioned with a fitted I
To Have
Plans for the county-wIde Grange The party was held in thecommunity bodice, a scooped neckline
Home Demonstration Club. Health, Program room of Sarasota with appllqucd embroideryand "wYli ( iw
[ Begun By SCAES Bazaar, to be held In the late Federal Savings and Loan fitted sleeves ending in

fall, will be made at the Sept. Mrs Lydia Keyser will be Assn. calla lily points over the I.
a 11 meeting and Mrs Kukkuck in charge of a program on Mrs. Samuel S. Roth and wrists The skirt front was a MRS. FREDERICK WASSON n
In, Janice Pfeffer, Ven- tatlv to the
TEA convention Mrs William Eichelbergerwere unadorned l
health the panel
requests that all officers and at regular meeting
Junior High School sec7 Mrs. Pfeffer Both wore corsages of white ness College in February. ,
representedthe co-chairmen, assisted by with I
side back
members attend the planning of Venice Grange 188 Wed- and poufs creating +t
and president of the carnations While in high school, she was) .
group at the April meet Mrs. George Edmondson and
session. She will preside. nesday at 7:30 p.m. at Venice a bustle effect. Her I
sota County Assn of this year. Mrs. Joseph Hurt Guests train chapel and The reception was held at photo editor of the Warrior, a I
Members are asked to bring Civic Center was length
rational Secretaries, an- Purpose of the organization their own sandwiches. Coffee Frank Hunter, acting master were greeted by Mrs Hager her fingertip veil of illusion the church social hall Assisting newspaper school columnist , .
red this week that the la to and was secretary of Teen ,
exchange information, will be furnished. will preside, Mrs Keyserwill The room was decorated was attached to an unadorned were Mrs. James Martin, I
oation is instituting a discuss mutual problems and with hibiscus blooms In Mrs Floyd Rifenberrlck, Mrs Haven and a member of
Guests welcome Mrs. in pillbox of and
are also be charge of refreshments organza
,larshlp fund for secrei work out plans for increasing Kukkuck said shades of pink with the same peau de sole Her cascade Kenneth Shaver, Mrs Eu- Order of Rainbow for Girls. I I" I
efficiency as well as to become color scheme: carried out at of gene Peden and Miss Debbie She was employed this sunv 1
white !
bouquet was FuJII
decision was made at acquainted with each I the tea table. Homemade and Murphy.For mer as a secretary in Jacksonville . 1
mums ivy, centered with I
*cial meeting tag 31 at 1 t
The group meets five cookies and punch were servo her going-away costume -
home of Mrs Betty Sow. times yearly, in October, December Adult Education Classes ed. pink sweetheart rosesHer the bride chose a dress The bridegroom received, "
in Sarasota. The scholar.will February, April and attendants both wore of blue and white colonials his honorable discharge: from \
be awarded yearly May. I Lt Stafford street-length gowns of ice print with I navy blue shell the Navy Friday and will enter
armor girl at one of the Officers are Mrs. Pfeffer blue taffeta, fashioned with r, da matching accessories -I Wichita University Sept. f
,isria County high schools. president; Mrs. Beverly Lilly Begin Registering Tomorrow; Home On Leave bell skirts and Jackets. Miss Her corsage was of 14 He was graduated from !.
pent will be selectedI Alta Vista bookkeeper, Higel Jacket was of match. pink rosebuds The couple Southeast High School, Wichita t
i different school each vice-president; Mrs Dorothea ing lace and Miss Wesson's, will honeymoon in Biloxl, in 1961.Orchid. '
r. Bie, Sarasota Junior High Twenty-Three Courses Openwise. of taffeta. Their headdresseswere Miss They will be at homeat
in organization, which secretary to guidance counselor wisps of veils in match- Drive Wichita Has
641 S. Armour Society
i Wtffer heads for her recording secretary; Mrs ing Ice blue Miss Higel car-
I Twenty-three adult education after Sept. 14.
'ml rear, is made up of Marion Smith On Decor '
Nokomis ried
secretory a crescent bouquet of Program
tires and clerical work. courses, four offering Venice Senior nigh School Out-of town wedding guests 1
I1 in the county school aysIt and corresponding secretary -I high school credits, are being Beginning Typing, Tuesday. r pink carnations and Miss Included the groom's parents; Use of orchid plants in
Mrs Lela Canfield Wasson
; a colonial bouquet of
It a'member of the Sarasota Junior High offered beginning this week in Thursday, 78:30.Beglnnin : Mr. and Mrs. William G. home decor was the subjectof
secretary -
",di Education Assn and to the principal, treasurer 'the Venice area. Shorthand, Tues pink carnations. Wasson and son, George, of the Venice Area Orchid So.
h fear sends a represen- Mrs. Evelyn Branson-, Five additional courses will day-Thursday, 8:30-10.: ,1 Mrs Willis wore a costume Jacksonville; Mrs Fred Free- clety meeting Wednesday
Alta Vista secretary, is .1 be offered if enough interest Beginning Bookk e e p 1 n g, \\W-.ier r suit of electric blue linen-Jersey man of Bradenton, Misses evening at the Sarasota Federal .
SCAES chairman is shown These Include Tuesday-Thursday, 1-8:30.: fashioned with a molded Jill K Eckard and Linda Savings and Loan Assn
REOPEN I publicity supervisory training, salesmanship I Intermediate Bookkeeping, overblouse, straight skirt and Davis of Naples, Mr. and community room. 1
ON'S MASSAGE'SALON business English, i Tuesday-Thursday'' 8:30-10 three-quarter length sleeves Mrs. Robert J. Haynsworth of The program was presentedby II
personal investing and choral 'Senior Social Studies, Her accessories were of the St Petersburg Beach; and use of slides from a Call. .,
Sept 14 Monday I Crabgrass is an annual that music. I Tuesday-Thursday, '1-8:30.: same shade. The bridegroom's Mr and Mrs. Herman Wade, fornla grower

Phone 488-384? belongs to the millet tribe of The courses are given under '''English, Tuesday-Thurs- mother wore a costume of Mrs Lester Gore, Mrs A S. Mrs James Green of Laurel .- "
if fno answer 488.1738 both annual and perennial the Sarasota County Com 83010.: pink Chinese silk with match- Holcomb, Mrs. Henry Chewn- received the bowrlngiana
grasses.NOTICE munity School program, headed 'Mathematics, M 0 n day. ing accessories. The dress ing and Mrs Thomas Mims, plant from the Dick Guerdan
in South County by T. L Wednesday, 1-8:30.: was designed with a straight all of Bradenton. collection during the auction
Rushing, Venice High School 'Science, MondayWednesday LT. FRED P.STAFFORD skirt, and an overblouse with The bride was graduated Several Mexican orchids were .
instructor. 30-10: three-quarter length sleeves from Venice High! School in made available to club members
Conversational Spanish.I USAF Lt Fred P. Stafford,
and rolled collar and cuffs 1963 and from Massey Bus! .
cost will be $1
Registration Wednesday, 710 son of Mr and Mrs. Fred V. '

for high school credit courses, Basic Education, Tuesday, Stafford of 912 Nokomis Ave. J J3..l<.,. ,,,';u't,a. '''M''''' '.3.. _, vin. ', .3' ,, .,\e. 'I
Our Pharmacy located In the Medical I Center 1 plus any books needed, and 79 is home on, leave followinghis <

Building on the Rialto, will re-open on Tuesday $3 for non-credit courses. Advance . High School Credit. commission as a second
September 8th. W* appreciate the faithfulness registration is unnecessary Sarasota Federal Savingsand lieutenant on Aug 13 at Lack.

of our many customers who called on our Ven-. Students will be registered Loan Assn, land AFB, Texas.It. j
Ice by the individual teachers Community Room Stafford was in the up-
Avenue Store for service during the vacation I II
during the first class 20 cent of the Officers
Beginning Spanish, Wednesday per per ,
months of July and August. Now w* are ready meeting at the specified 14. Training School class. I II

to tern you again, com back to M* us. place, beginning tomorrow. Intermediate Spanish, Wednesday Mr and Mrs Stafford attended 1 l I II
Further information .may II amnoon. the graduation exercises A Tilero js ioo y
be obtained from Rushing by Laurel School He will leave Thursday .'or ,
THANK YOU, calling 488.6728.Classes Beginning Art, Monday, 9 duty at Williams Air Force fit (dabs" aYOd
will meet at Venice a.m.--noon Base, Ariz = ,
Senior High School, Laurel A of Venice High '
Intermediate Art, Monday, graduate I
DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY School, Englewood School and 14. School, he received his B.S. r ta, :, om ;
622 The Rialto Sarasota Federal Savings and Slip Covers & Draperies, degree in personnel management '
Loan community room All Monday-Wednesday, 7-10. from Florida State University \
Medial Center Bldg: classes are afternoon or evenIng Bishop Sewing, Basic, Tuesday He is a member of loan fiom' .
unless designated other- II aim.noon. Kappa Sigma Fraternity

Bishop Sewing, Basic, Tuesday i SarasotaFederal
14General. Coin Club Meets fr' i

Sewing, Tuesday, Venire Area Coin and Currency
9 am..noon Club will meet Wednesday ( .

General Sewing, Tuesday, .' .
WOODY SEZ 14. at 8 p.m. in the com
munity room of Sarasota Fed
Upholstery, TuesdayThursday ,
eral Savings and Loan Alan
710. ,
Members present will be I
Radio and TV Repair Tues ,
eligible for the door prize. An .I
HUGE ftBSCOUNT day-Thursday, 710Entjewood School. meeting auction will be held after the -.:

Art, Monday, 7-10. ,
Guests and prospective A =err vSS ? F
Upholstery, Monday Wed. Yti t
members are welcome 6 1 4
ON ALL 1964 MODEL AUTOMOBILES nesday, 710 a4 t I I J j jp "

Fun Night Planned + I I I''. ..1'i '
BRAND NEW Ham/nan\ / Enters A "Fun Night" for members I \ '.; r J
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DEMONSTRATORS Indiana Hospital of Venice Area Business e. I' "
EXECUTIVE and Professional Women's Everyone k looking for ways to save money on ( I *r.'
M Hamman of Ravenna Club is planned for Sept. 16 _
low '
their home. With a 1 low tervic charge, ,r j
Street was admitted to Caylor at the Wreda cottage RiverPalms new 1 ,
64 VALIANT as low as $1783 -Nickle Clinic Bluffton, on Myakka: River. Interest rate and a Modern Open.End Mortgage, w.'w. : I I ,( h
it e Ind,, for surgery last week Hostesses will be Mrs Mae Sarasota Federal can MV you money on your .t j ,.j I ,
He and Mrs Hamman have Wrede and Mrs Hope Pierce 4 I. !
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for to t ,
home financing now years com*
164 $1999 been on vacation for the past Full details will be announced { ,
PLYMOUTH, as low as I a a two months His address la at the BPW meeting Wednesday you find the home of your choice, stop In and Yo 1

Room 2012, Caylor-Nickl at 7 p m. at Cyro'i learn how our horn financing experts can help ,,' i el
Hospital, Bluffton. Venetian Moon:
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'-", GONDOLIER VenIce, Fl*. Mon., Sep1.7,1964

Our-Of-Door 'In 40th YearOctober Navy Leaguers r Overbrook Gardens News

K Nokomis NettingsBy 1st of this year will century of successful education Back From Key By MARY E. KROWA' ,
mark the 40th year of opera for student throughoutthe
(ion for the Out -of Door county. The school, located Venice Navy Leaguer returned Congratulation art in order many 'friends In Sebewalng Lady Mmnetonka.
\ ALICE MURRAY School ai a private co-educa on Siesta Key, accepts Friday from Key West to Mr. and Mrs Gorge and Pigeon. She had the I -0-.
Phone 481434 I lional enterprise in Sarasota qualified students from Nursery Naval Base with a better insight Mayleben on Fairview Drive pleasure of attending a family I Mr. Kenneth CHiUcrestDrlvandM, WOOd
It also marks nearly a hal age through 10th grade into the nation's antisubmarine They received word by telephone reunion of her mother'kaide I ?
Mrs. Harlle Brant who has death of our former neighbor, Among the enrollment are 25 defenses. from their ton Georgein Jn Bay City I She wee accompanied renee Codner of
bUn with her daughter Shi. C. Lowell Barnes residing aLong children from Venice area Twelve members of the Jackson, Mis, that they home by her Road attended a spectiir
ley, for many months six Beach, East Sabago, White Shrine According to, a spokesman, Venice Council of the Navy are great-grandparent of daughter-in-law, Mrs. Norman den Club meeting to Tan",
month to be exact, in Smith. Me. Mr. Barnes had suffered the Out-of-Door School :believe League of the United States twin boys, John and James Nits and daughter Carol. Thurad.y.HEALTH.
f'eld' N. C., Is at last at horn a heart attack 15 year ao Plans Supper that successful education I left Wednesday to join other Mayleben. This makes five They plan to visit her indefi
and in good health. List winter and hat been under the doc I I. not a mass product but NL group from Miami and greatgrandchildren they nowhave tritely
she suffered a heart attack tor' car since rather, that the principle oblectlve Hollywood, Fla. council. ---
while visiting In West While here he lived winterson ENGLEWOOD covered 1* to form characetrand -0- Mrs Ray Leach of San
Palm Beach. Shirley the! Ravenna Street, Nokomis dish supper will be given by taste . to develoop individual Early Thursday, the observer Remo Point ,.Drive attendedthe \
and Mrs. Arthur Ru-
flew down to bring her moth. East, but sold that propertylast the White Shrine, at II p.m.. Interests, and to boarded a destroyerfor BPW District meeting in
er home and stayed with her year H* lived her three Sept. 9, In the Englewood make the most of each stu an all-day simulated antisubmarine land of Neptune Drive recent'ly Brtdaatoo Sunday ToPlCf
for few : Savings and Loan. AU persons dent' training mission returned ffrom a day \
a abilities.
week until she winter and was within a few 0..0MI' -
to the Isle of Palma In ,
the base trip
I was able to make the trip to doors of his brother, Clayton interested in joining the Contributing to the reallia- They returned and Mrs. A. J. Mash
t Smithfield. Barnes club are urged to attend and lion of these goal 1* the fact Thursday evening where they South Carolln.0 of 1435 St. Clair Road returned tt..IN Yew t>ea.r aPia ,
Since Shirley's husband I la bring table service for the that the school has small were honored with a reception from a 10,000 Y.a.l''awedyaNfl1NIAS1. .M
i : He had a military funeral, Rear Adm. Louis J. Mr. and Mr. Millard Ho- last Monday
Dr. John Prevette, they having been in World War 1 I, supper. A business moetln classes which permit quail- KIm by commander of the Key gencamp of Bridge Street are mil trip which took six anda
thought she would be under from the Congregation will follow at 7:30: when plans fled faculty to work with West base entertaining a* hou egue ts, halt weeks. From here they MOST
his watchful eye and care. Wart Church, Sebago Center, MeHe will be made to meet with children on an individual Mrs. Hogencamp's brother-ln- went through Texas, then to COBRECTABLB
glad to report she hu was 78 old. H. the Supreme Watchman of basis. The school also offersa The Navy Leaguers also Arizona where they visited Inner organs somtnnn
year law and sister Mr, and Mr* oat of place Hero,
now regained her health and Shepherds James Hutzler, of complete athletic programas : were guests at the Naval Petrified Forest and the ,
I leave a wife Rote, one son, Lewis I Boyd from Vineland, the centuries been uJl!
I all are glad to welcome her Dr. Lowell E. Barnes of Oakland, Calif, the week of well a* the academic. Em. Base officers club Wednesday N. J. They arrived last Fri Painted Desert They also toe caalee of home. Shirley had her little Hiram, Me.1 t a sister Claire Sent 14.EnRI.wood. >hasls i I. placed, on sound eveningTen day. visited the Grand Canyon and AanUo Coraelm Cd,
daughter, Pamela, (, with Q. Sewall of Pittsfleld, Me., Shrine Club Js basic education in all grades of the 12 Venice Navy -0- Hoover Dam. They then celebrated
her so had to get back hometo and his brother of Ravenna working hard signing new and in the development of League members made the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leach of journeyed on to tang Beach, phyaldan. deaccibedji
start her In school. Street, Nokomis East member no they can be In. xmitive study habits.Registrations . trip to Key West by air. One 1941 San Remo Point Drive I' Calif, to attend the 13th National only scnption' a few still word, and de\
The week of Aug. 1, Flor While living here, he belonged stalled In November or early are now bent flight with Ed Henn a* pilot, enjoyed a drive Sunday to I Square Dance Convention wrote Celans stands.Is the A J2
ence' oldest granddaughter, to the Nokomis F-.t t December. For more Information accepted and the school Included Ed Taylor, Victor Marco Island and Isle of Capri which lasted four days. of a loop or knnckk,ol ,
Susan Lynn Hull, graduate Association please call Elizabeth offers bus transportation from Retty Jr? John Rettv, ,Willis near Naples After the convention the gas or dune through T.
from Fairview Park Hosplta Hall, secretary at 474-3533 or the Venice area. Calking and Robert S. Bayn- - group attended Disneyland.At normal opening.
School of Nursing in Cleve Richard Gramllng, 488-4821. ard. Flying with Ralph Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Alfred'Govro San Diego they visited the Th abnormal open*. ?
land, Ohio. Shirley and her Seven InjuriesIn were Earl Edge, I of 1537 Overbrook Road and Zoo one of the largest in theworld. be a natural cpenm. tji i
mother were able to make the E'wood Rummage David Hamilton and William their guests, Mr. and Mr*. Ed Other point visited included sonic normal reaaoa k wdw,
trip to Cleveland and bad the 41 SmashupNORTH Venetian Cleaners Toole. Helsberger and daughter Un- Ti. Juan, Mexico, of hernia The it most coma h!

thrill of seeing her graduate Dates Are Set Archie Brown and Wally da of St. Louis, have been enjoying Klamath Falls, Ore., Yellowstone in wbfeh a porter! of the kn
I -0- PORT CHARLOTTE Features Globe Phillip made the trip to Key going swimming the National Park.: In I dominal contents proM
The Newell Wormwoods of Seven persona ENGLEWOOD A rummage West by auto.DeMan Gulf at Venice and going Wyoming they :'visited Mr. through an opening I tit ,
Rivervlew, Fla., formerly of were injured, five of them Featured at the Venetian sale will be held through the Rlngllng Art Museum and Mrs. Irving Lesher who dominal wU and Into the a
i1 the Rudolph Murray home only lightly, when a pickup Cleaners on West Venice Avenue by in Sarasota and to Fort are winter visitors In Englewood Such heraiaa are tuoillr
town, Hampstiad N. H. madean truck; collided with two cars is the new, exclusive the Englewood Recreation Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Heis- and members Of the in males of between 19 ul
unexpected call on the Sunday night on U.S. 41, near Rand McNally Portrait Globe Council at the Recreation HonoredBy berger and daughter returnedto Button and Bow Dance Club many year congenital ago although theft
Center on Orange St., Sept beraiu ,
Murray this past week. Isn't this community. It affords parente the ideal their home Monday by way They visited relatives in Ne !in Infants. *
11, from B to 4. Other sale
It maddening when friend Two crash victims, one anexpect.nt opportunity to aid their child- of the East Coast. braska and Illinois and at Mot phytlcUn WIT f fm
come from a distance and iso mother were hos- ren in attaining a tompre- scheduled will be on Nov. 21, Odd FellowsENGLEWOODFriends -- Brevard, N. C., visited Mr. t Immediate to Km
happens you are away from oltalited overnight at St lIen understanding_ of the yon 18, March 20 and May Mrs. Adolph Nit of Neptune and Mrs. Hal Ham. Mr. Ham the fault rater: than the tm
.t home?. Joseph's. Hospital; Port Char. world and the structure of the 15, these dates having .1.: of Drive returned last Monday was formerly the square a tans, which' oftenghe
I We were baby lining; for ott*. The five other wererested earth. ready been cleared through Oscar DeMan, deputy of the from a nice long visit in dance caller in Venice and false sense of secunty.. A tm
: for minor injuries. The globe shows such Important the chamber of commerce. Odd Fellow from this district and around her former homeIn Englewood. sometimes damages the *
our daughter and her husbancwhile tissue,
if special features as undersea Since these sales are the him with I especially when k
surprised ablrthd.y before comingto -o-
Driver of the pickup truck Michigan
they took a few days'trip tight enough to be effecta(
((4 relief and major only projects by the council dinner held In the Mr. and Mrs A. J. Goe- *
; to Nassau with was charged by Trooper Mack Florida in May, 1960. She Hard coughing or liftini ,
friends On our a arrival groupof Levin of the Florida Highway ocean currents . It gives anew to raise extra money to purchase Odd Fellows' Hall, last Sat first visited her son and wife, peter of Overbrook Road recently be a cause of hernia I n't t tha n
I Patrol with improper picture of the face of the needed supplies and urday night. A white cake was Mr and Mrs Norman Nlta returned from almost areas where the structure i
,J home we found a note from change of lane One car was land in three-dimensional equipment for the Recreation the centerpiece on the guest and daughter!! Carol in Mill- two; month vacation in California weak. A danger from hernia
the Wormwoods and feel
we a total loss, the second raised relief and natural Center, the participation ofthe table, with gifts including ngton She then visited her Mexico, Minnesotaand that the protruding part a
'' they might have been call walamaged be pinched thus
ha an estimated $1,000 earth colors It comes with a public is appreciated Any fishing tackle and a box of son Elmer Nitr in CaM City, Wisconsin. At Savage blood shutting (
log also on their friend May booklet that has completely donations may be left at the Mrs. ilinn visited their P't' Most hem,, i
belle of the Charm and the pickup truck, $100. cigars. About 30 were present and her one daughter, they son day may tucceishiU: ,
Beauty Hospitalized in the crashwere accurate and up-to-date in- toiler, the Esso Stationon to enjoy the dinner and Adolph Brueggmann and fame and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert paired through modem -
here who iummethodi
: : Shop lives within formation on ell countriesand Dearborn Street, at the homeof the games which followed Ily in Sebf wamg. She visitedIMPORTANT Gospeter and family on .
f May Regnler, 99,
a couple of blocks of our thousands of cities towns Mrs G. F. Smith, 30 Maple .
daughter in Sarasota of Cape Coral who, it was and other geographical feat- Street ,or call 47 -1208.
-oWe feared might have suffered urea: There are such timely KNOW
"I regret to announce the Internal injuries, and her son, articles as "Earth Satellite," PLACES TO
J. Robert, 12, who received a "The Seasons" and "Telling A minimum for family )
Chi Q es Start broken Jaw. Mrs Regnier, Time." Damping is tent, sleeping when you .!!
according to Trooper Levins, The model is 12 inches in bogs, air mattresses, wool!
For Expectants Is in an advanced state of diameter and can be obtain. blankets, ground cloth, flash.

A ; pregnancy ed at an $8, saving by getting light, lantern, campstove, .T'
series of classes forexpeet.nt
new The trooper said Austin W. an order blank from the Venetian cooking equipment plastic or tl.
mothers will start DINE OUT
Tueaday at Venice Hospital Stewart, 50, and his wife were Cleaners It is a specal paper plates, water jug,
raveling north on the Tamimi offer sponsored by the matches, toilet tissue, paper
from 2:30: to 330; p.m. on the
following dates: Sept. S. 13, Trail when their car ran anltone Drycleaning Pro- towels, soap and a can open-
out of ,aI. Levin said Stew. ess.
22. 29, and Oct < and 13. ,
1 The classes are sponsored art parked the car on the IN VENICE AND ENGLEWOOD '
shoulder of the road and
4i bv the Sarasota Visiting
Nurse Assn, the Sarasota hitchhiked into Venice to get

Sarasota County Health County Dept.Medical, and the Society borrowed,[as When pickup he returned truck, Trooper in a T1 .. TRY OUR. . COME AS YOU ARE!

Miss Eleanor Ooerl of Levine added, Stewart apparently Grilled Onion
the Visiting Nurse Association cut across the highway STEAK SANDWICH SSo Vista <
will instruct the class to park in front of his 12-Inch Homemade Pizza $1 up Bay
Classes will include discussion car and collided with I thesouthbound I Ii
which (25e( each additional dressing) RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
of factor the Regnler car
: 14 OZ. W cater to partis
development of the baby, had pulled out to pass. *
consideration of the adjustment Trooper Levine said the III r 4 FROSTED MUG-O-BEER 30c p. DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BARf
I within the family before truck veered to the right after COMPLETE DINNERS .. .. ... .. .. ... .. $1.50 and up

and after the baby's arrival the impact and the Regnier 1 ,v THE GLADESBAR LUNCHES .. . .. . :.. . .. . ." ... .. 75c and up
; and clothing and equip. car hit the stalled Stewart r "t.1 CLOSED MONDAYS
ment needed for the infant. cer headon. The stalled Stew. & RESTAURANTS. I SR 775 at ENGLEWOOD BEACH RD.

Techniques for holding, feedIng I art car' wheels were turned TimlamI Trail Tu Noon. Ph. 474481
Just S. of Bill/ PhillIps Ford Rotary Meets Here day .,
bathing, diapering and I and it careened across the .. ,
.1 formula making will be included I highway In a U-turn to the
t jposita:>> shoulder. '

It other Information II i desired All the injured but one The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH SMACK MCDONALD'S
.' please call the Health were passengers In the moving
Office Venice 488-3716. ,
Regnler auto. OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD
I 661 S. Trail)' _Ph. <4882873.V.nic. Fl*.
"Food that ii Making fA* Lemon Joy Ana Foment"

I .:m SMORGASBORD Will Close : 8
Top Records CO Tuesday Septa
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I Ii THE ATLAS OF FLORIDA is shown by Miss Julia Bryant (Day After Labor pay)
daughter of Governor Farris Bryant and hostes at thi $1| ftfl
Compiled by Brown
Nancy Florida Showcase in Rockefeller Center, New York, to 11:30: ) to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. Will Re-Open Friday Oct 2 2at
Gilbert Youth Service, Ine.Th Mrs. L. R ,
i Supreme with their instrumental support have ren. The: .,ptclV is MulM the first Wilma of Its Nock kind and for the Pach< child You'll Enjoy Our Popular Dinner . .. .... From $1.50
state and
i ''I Love reached Go?the" top this week with the hit tune "Where Did Our -has been released by the University of Florida any Press., Dave & Flo Behreni ph. 474-3312 6 a.m..

From pick hit position only two weeks ago, The Animals '
a group of songsters from England, have zoomed to
'I i the number two spot this week with an updated renditionof
a famed opus called "The House of the Rising

i Sun.Retreating slightly but still high on the charts is Dean SALE
1 Martin' inimitable handling of a beautiful ballad, "Every
body Love Somebody," filling the third slot
New Additions: In addition to our number two winners,
: The Animals, who are new to the chart this week, we have
newcomer Jackie! Ross who turn in a captivating vocal performance ailMifti
on a rhythmic shuffler called "Selfish One."
ill) Lesley Gore comes out with a tuneful teen-angled romp
titled successes"Maybe I Know," to add to her unbroken chain of

Pick Hit of the Week Martha & The Vandellas have hit
the teen mark again with "Dancing In Th Street. While
l'' dropping names of various locals, It declares that dancing

r is This sweeping Last the Two country. Week on I ON ALL 64s-Brand New & Demos

Week Week Week Song and Recording Artist Th List I

I 1 :2 3 "Where Did Our Love Go"
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Supreme S .
.; : 1 :2 "Th House of the Rising Sun" i iI 63 FALCON 63 CHEVROLET '63 VOLKSWAGEN '63 RAMBLER '63 HILLMAN '63 PLYMOUTH

Animals ..... t......... ... 1

,, Martin .........,....:. 6 .
4 5 It "C'mon and Swim" ; 51295 S1895 51395 SI595 .

I Bobby Freeman ........... 3 I 'SI295 SI6S5
J 8 4 1 "A Hard D.,'* Night"Beatles I -

.. ... .. . ........... t 1 '63 T. BIRD '
6 10 10 :"People: Stay/' Dixie Cup ..., 4 .63 BONNEVILLE e62 FAIRLANE 62 RAMBLER62 VOLKSWAGEN : '.62f PONTIAC

oWNERf" ,
II I 7 "Under the Boardwalk"Drifters '

., . ... .. . ... ...... < : S3195 $2395 51295 S119 ,
0 11 17 "Aln't She Sweet Beatles .. 3 .. ;. 'S1195 .SI995
10 7 I "Wlshln' and Hopln' j -

Dusty Springfield . ......II 7 '62 MONZA ,
11 13 1] "(You Don't Know) How FALCON 61 FALCON 61 COMET s62 FALCON .60, FORD

12 6 4 "R., Doll" Four Seasons . 9 WAGON WAGON AUTOMAT

13 14 "Such a Night Elvis Presley 2I 51495 S1495 S99S SI095
14 15 "And I Love Her," Beatles.. :3 5995 '$7S
15 18 "How Do You Do It" -

I Gerry & Pacemaker ...... :2
It 12 t "Th Little Old Lady.(From EASY TO GET 7O :

r Pasadena)." Jan ft Dean . 7 BILL PHILLIPS
17 9 11 "I Warm Love Him So Bad" EASY TO FORDcO

Jelly Bean ,. ,..... . 6 .
11 "Maybe I Know Lesley Gore 1 TRADE WITH
14 19 "Walk. Don't Run." Venture 1 1562 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL PHONE 488787K '

20 "Selfish One," Jackie Rosa.. 1 .


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Ladies The GONDOLIER, .nToe, Fla, Mon., Sepf, 7I964....9
Begin r _
Gray Dispensing TLC This Week ]


s .. m.i super a bund c.m.of. David Paul Farley Marries I '

S can. the r capacM i ii' I
Ke se .
PC:J:, for to this tender loving Joan Sanders In TampaThe I. Iii I !

''g;..1110. Ia now, the place
schools and the
'an.u, area is the unique Red wedding of Miss Mary
1 Gray Ladies School Joanne Sanders of Tampa and
'* which this week David Paul Farley of 265 Nokomis -
".rSito operation full tilt. Ave. was aolemnlzed on j
holder of a Red Cross August 29 at 2 p.m. In the
Any aid course certificate is chapel of Palma Ceia Presby. r 1p j
r itlble and can begin work terlan Church, Tampa. c
) She will be liven The bride is the daughter of
!,'lhe away has not already had it, Mrs Areme C. Sanders and z i ,1
I I.iX.hour orientation coursed I George t ,Sanders, 'both of .
!this can wait until later i Tampa. The groom is the son I ,t tTf tt
needs for now, accord. of Mr and Mrs John J. Far.
AlI.h. I
.to Mrs Paul Taylor, "' , ley, I
In County School Gray { In the simple ceremony, I '
oulh chairman ,, performed before a floral setting .
Ladies from the schoolchair. / /\ ; of mixed flowers, the
(oM uniform, which ah.rSn bride was given in marriage \ fv
mall, a purchase aecondhand I by her father and attended by ,

even If she chooses, a fre.mornlnl Mrs Ted Mack of Tampa .'
afternoon, and a The ceremony was performedby
desire to help out with kid The Rev Mr Williams I r ri
need her. Jerry Frady was best man
pee who The reception which follow 1
school has a i
Each I
ed the ceremony was held at
Airman in
ofMn. the home of the bride's moth.
Lady program
Gray Crompton Is beoiung r er at 2122 S. Cortex St. The i
lira. bride'a sisters Misses
of Iw
her third year serit -
School and Marjie Sanders and Mrs. ,
Venice High
fice y ,
Joe Farley assisted
nd(\ MM. Lawrence Pfeuffer r e ..!W tat, +
Both the bride
her second year at Venice groom ah !
Junior High. Mrs Hugh Mills were graduated from H B.
chairman at Venice Ele- Plant High School, she in 1981
Is niary School beginning! and he in 1960. She I ia now attending -
fourth year, and Mrs Florida State University
Clark is also on her majoring in nursing
mirth GeOrge year at Englewood She ia a member of Gamma ,
Elementary School. Mrs. Phi Beta Sorority and Student r
George Egglefield. currently ; Nurses Assn wd r

oipitalized. Is Nokomis Eleentary , .. After graduation, the groom
School chairman. : ''t.. .: I served three and a half yearsin

111'1. John Detchemendy isegirntag h',,:.., w.-_, .... ---.---...... the Florida National
her fourth year at Guard. He Is presently assoc- ,
School RED CROSS SCHOOL GRAY LADIES go to work with a Venice High School: Mrs. Paul Taylor, South County chair iated with Farley Funeral
Epiphany in operation will this week, assisting secretaries, nurses and teachers man; and Mrs. John Detchemendy, Epiphany School Home and Is vice.president of
The the program past six years here, deal with the myriad problems that come up during a Standing, left to right, are: Mrs Laurence Pfeuffer, Yen Venice Junior Chamber of
for born less than ten school day. Chairmen of the South County Gray Ladies at ice Junior High School; Mrs. Hugh Mills, Venice Elementary Commerce
'j in Manatee County years when the various schools have each worked with the programfor School, and Mrs. George Clark, Englewood School The couple returned from
'I' several here since it In Manatee County Mrs. Nokomis School
there was an excess of GrayLadies years originated George Egglefield chairman, was the honeymoon this week and
and has become an important adjunct to school opera. unable to be present when the picture was made.
for hospital work. are at home at Venice Municipal -
Some smarter member suggested Lion. They are, seated left to right, Mrs. George Crompton, Trailer Park. MRS DAVID PAUL FARLEY 1 _

that the ladies mighthelp
at the schools since the hog those who are upset over Mrs. Rudolph
school secretary had to as either physical or emotional 1 Does' Supper Eric Golby To Speak Here
some all duties, Including problems since it seems to GOP Women's Luncheon Gives Luncheon I ;

down willing i or reassuring Johnnie when Mary'he who fell lend anres authority to the assur Initiation Set Mrs William Rudolph of I I

lust knew her whole family The chairmen meet month. For Sept. 10 Harbor 36 officers Shores will and be workshop hostessto : On Growing Tropical Fruit '

was going to get the measles ly with Mrs Taylor during Begins Campaign Activities chairmen of the alx Sarasota ,
the school Mrs
and away.It year. Taylor
pass The five who will
County Home Extension Eric V Golby, horticulturist bananas, pineapples, guavas '
worked so well the pro- serves as official Red Cross be
initiated into Venice
Groups at her home Wednesday with a Sarasota nursery, and blackberries. Slides and
gram was adopted the next coordinator in the local program Eighty-one local membersand tamed at Goldwater head. Drove 141. Benevolentand ]
at 11 a m will speak on growing of tropical fruits will be used to illustrate I
records of
in Sarasota and and compiles
rear shortly several out t I town Re. quarters. Patriotic Order of Doeson Mrs. Catherine Love County I t
] fruits In this area Fridayat the talk
thereafter came into use enthe health and eye and dental publican guests were presentat President Mrs Margaret Sept. 10 will be honoreesat Home Demonstration I 1
checks with which the ag the meeting of Men Gar- Golby was born on the Island !
Venire area Mrs. Taylor .
gray the
the Venice-Nokomis Republican Busbey introduced the guests group s "Back to ant will also attend. .,
den Club of the Venice Area
her sixth ladies assist In Englewoodand I of Guernsey and is a
II beginning year IScha Women Club noon and chairmen of the club School" buffet supper preceding The
i man of the Venice Junior and Senior guests representing I The meeting will be at 2 third generation horticulturist
program luncheon at Ciro committees the meeting
which: la now spreading toother High schools the ladies also 's Venetian Moon when they She announced that absentee The supper will be at 6 Sarasota Englewood, ,Myakka Venice, and Nokomis Pine, p.m. in the community roomof He studied chemical engl-
parts of the country assist in checking on absenteeism opened their area campaignfor ballot deadline is Sept 19 p.m. at the Elks Hall and jje Shores Clubs, will discuss the Sarasota Federal Savingsand neerng and horticulture at
Loan Assn Members
Die TLC dispensers work Republican candidates: for and that requests must be meeting is set for 8 p,m. Tallahassee conference this are University of Massachusetts
timely with the public school At Epiphany School the the November elections signed by the voter. She call The honorees are: Mesdames summer, initiate plana for asked to bring Interested and came to Sarasota in 1948. I ,
t''' "im and with the county members do all\ the chores ed for a volunteer committeeto R. J. O'Keefe, SamuelS. the winter bazaar and discussthe guests
7mtbg Nurses Assn: They other than teaching There I Mrs Harry J. Barker, help get out the voters, Matthews, Paul Nichols, J. countywide fashion show He will discuss the possibilities Some geologists believe heat '
kelp school health records are 18 who assist Mrs. Det chairman of political campaign regardless of political affili- l{. Henricksen and J. C. set for Sept 29 in Sarasota and means of growing causes expansion o( the earth, .
lake temperatures, reassure chemendy and they do all the activities, announcedthe aliens, and asked that this O'Doran. Mrs. Rudolph is presidentof such fruits as peaches, pears stretching the crust like a
the clerical work as well as providing official opening, of the Hostesses be figs balloon
student' who now willcom. group be completed by Oct. will Mesdames the county organization pomegranates rapes f
up with practically meals and clinical assistance club's headquarters tomor H. W. Baukat, M. B. .io
row at 10 a.m. at 315V4 W 3. She also announced that .
excultto get a chance to chat Giberson, J C. McDonald, T '
with "our nurse," The unl- Visiting Nurses Assn. provides Venice Avenue All volunteer registration books close at 51 S. Carpenter and Richard District Officer YOU CAN SAVE WAYS
form helps a great deal, all the nursing program workers are requested to be. p.m. on Nov. 2.Virginia. Sadey 3
the chairmen say, in rea sur- and are assisted by the. Gray present at that time for briefing Visits MasonsThe On Auto Insurance .1
Ladies Miss Eleanor Goerl and instructions, she said
Is the nurse at Nokomis Ele'l Barry Goldwater Head Meade Will Talk ton D. Livingston Worahlpful of Sarasota Bren I. NEW LOW RATES

LA MARR mentary, Mrs Dee quarters, which opened last District Deputy Grand Masterof 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS I
at Venice Junior and Senior I week at 247 W Venice Ave., the 24th Masonic District, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE ,
High[ Schools and Mrs. Julia received a $160 donation from will make his official visit to
BEAUTYSHOP 0'Keefe at Venice Elementary II members present, toward a At BPW Meeting WednesdayFive Venice Lodge 301, Free and
and Epiphany Schools. $300 goal, at the approved Accepted Masons, at ita regu ,
Greatest need for additional motion by Mrs. John R. Ho. lar meeting at the Masonic

assistants is at Venice Junior I gan, board member, that each new members of Venice New members are Mea Temple, today at 8 p,m. AGE
SPECIAL and Senior High Schools For member contribute $2.50. Area Business and Professional dames Laura Ferguson, Beverly George R. Collett Jr is tG
PERMANENT some reason parents think Members not present are requested Women Club will Kruger, Irma Collins, Worshipful Master of the Yen i.. 116 W. 480.2289cT
that with the older students to send their donations be introduced at the group's Betty Talgo and Alice Bower ice Lodge. Refreshments will Ts>1 Uphon '
the need Is less whereas to Goldwater Headquarters meeting Wednesday at which Reports on the recent distr be served following the meet.
in care of Mrs. Carl Virginia Meade, Sarasota ,c* meeting will be given Ing and all Master Masonsare
$5.95MARY actually It is greater, Mrs. Hamilton. County supervisor of voting by Mrs Mae Wrede and Mrs. Invited. t t

Taylor said Mrs Hamilton, program registration, will be guest Dorothy Rhodes Plans for a ---
The busy Gray Ladies chairman, talked on the Importance speaker. Bosses Night previously discussed
BISHOP chairmen are hard at work I of voters informing The 7 p.m dinner meetingat at the board meeting .I
and said Cyro Venetian Moon will i Wednesday at the home of
Formerly with Center week readying their programs themselves on issues
this I full information on Republican be preceded by a social hour' Mrs Ann Thomo."n will be J
Beauty Salon and can be reached 'I i :ompleted Wednesday, ,
ob. at 6:30 m
U.S. candidates may be : p
41 NOKOMIS at either their homes or the ..... Members are asked to /
S, of Albee Rd schools, if anyone wishes to bring guests and to call PresIdent !
'H. 4885560 Mrs. Margret Enochs
said Circulating Exhibitions
--= help, Mrs Taylor at 488-1704 after 5 p.m. for

.IN SARASOTA ; dinner reservations \;

RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE I Being Readied For Schoolposters t

Dental Assistants' / 3GsA r '

CUSTOM SHADES cloth covered, vmyli, Beginning this[ week, the draughtsmen and Invited To Meet .
burlap, parchment, etc MADE TO ORDER education department of several artists Including
AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service Ringling Museums, under the Goya and Rembrandt. With Sara Mana y
A showing of works by Matisse -
supervision of Miss Patricia : r tn'N
'Hr' J Pierce, is making ready circulating Mro, Picasso and Wil : H
All dental assistants of i
Pachner, will Saturday -
Ham open
AHthapei exhibitions for Flor
In itock. r r
Also hundred of lampshades
schools in Galleries 18 and 21 Sarasota and Manatee Counties "
and ida public invited to the first
ines.Wt to through Sept. 29 before are
run J Jthe
Mote lamps 0.101 Yens. Sot /les. sic Fourteen pieces of New being circulated in schools, fall meeting of Sara.Mana BEST SELLER !
art recently acquiredby
LAMP REPAIR e BRASS POLISHING art galleries and museums Dental Assistants Society .
1115 S. Trail ft' block North of Sean the museum will comprisethe throughout Florida and several Sept 21 at 8 p.m. at Trail
first show Other school I
southern states National Bank, 6401 N. Taml I. ', .
IN SARASOTA exhibits will include a Japanese ami Trail, Sarasota. \ book wi know aid ttxHt bttt : '

print show; exhibitionsof Club A movie, Bridge to Tomorrow .
works by Matisse, Miro, ," will be shown It "S vnn! Fnibook. hopIe '

I FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL era Picasso posters and; and Chagall a newly: Venice Stamp Club will\ deals with the lengthy and knt Bum lay they am soli i 1
complex drugs
testing new n
qulred exhibition of twentieth meet tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. "I',
century prints Working In the community: room of before they are made available 0 rMg. Mre 0psII JW S aep
Principal: JEAN SPEAR ( MISTD) portfolios for classroom use Sarasota Federal Savings and for widespread use. ,
are made available to the Loan Assn.President. George Haldeman, a pharma account and tea tar jounalt air
ceutical firm representative,
George Young '
schools berg Jr will be in charge. will be guest speaker. "

VENICE The visual department aids in also the form provides All interested persona are invited A business meeting will be I '?'
held after the program r
of slides, films, books prints i
and reproductions Tice materials r

Registration: Fri., Aug. 28th 7 toj, p.m proceeds are from purchased an annual with art STYLE CONSULTATION| '

carnival'and are available to FREE SAVE BY SEPT. '10th EARN FROM SEPT. 1st '
at the STUDIOCORNER every Florida school for only "Back to School"
i transportation fee charge
OF E. VENICE AVE. & VENICE Miss Pierce said the aim of SPECIALCaryl l4 i
Stall//: JACQUELINE KINmLA ("'1$10)) the Museums Is to provide an

:JANICE DREW (AMD/ ) artmobile throughout that the communities can travel Richards PERMANENT ST

I PH SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OR I giving to students experience an opportunity different- BEG. 515 NOW 55.00 f I

das facets of art A traveling art
a a one In to 'meet\ the staff{ on regulation /
carnival, with an art maze (Limited time only) J1LLFIRST5Z6'oEeA ? II
or the artmobile, are anticipated
BALLET. : II in the future '
(C._uheHle Ko3 Imperial Society England) Also available this 'week I+ I 1 ,a'j
are 38 new boot, purchased BEAUTY SHOPPE
; TAP I from the College Art Assn,
.. which will tit available to the '
; I ur N. Tireless? Trill Ph: 481.1361'nest
tr.fnna"of.dlon.lst1 public from' 1 to 4pm. Mon i
Owning date deltytd one wok due fa locating itudlo' I' day through Frklay at the ( to J.&H. Drug Star)1Mambe" Our thirtieth onniversor,; ) yex r"I I ,
museum library'These deal I of fCA., Winners of style I coloring contain J \
have studio.'I'I
We Umperery
1_ with architecture,l) ecWptures 1'1 -- i 4- rt '

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ENGLEWOOD LEGIONNAIRES led by Post Commander Bill Haste and Chaplain Louie
Sheppard with emblem and color., marched from Lemon Bay Hall I to the PresbyterIan -
r Church: last Sunday. They were met at the church by the Lades. Auxiliary. The OH t
American Legion promotes a nationwide "Back to God" campaign In which veterans CELLEN a e
attend churches various denominations on the fifth Sunday of a month.

Effective Sept 8 tin 9 t -

I Menus For The Week -I VENICE .

SUPPER crumbs. Beat egg white until
New green apples add crisp stiff; beat egg yolk until
texture and tart flavor to a A special method to make thickened and add to ell!
mammoth baked pancake. fish fillets look attractive and
white; beat to blend. With a Rsuma1
: Peasant SoupPumpernickel taste ever so good small spatula spread half ot Quantity Rights
Bread Fish Rolls Frances Potatoes
beaten egg over top side offish
Apple Pancake Beverage Green Peas Salad Bowl rolls; let stand 20 minutes
I Apple Pancake Fresh Fruit Beverage Melt butter in a skillet;
Fish Rolls Frances add fish rolls, egg side down, F flEE THIS
3 tablespoons flour 4 flounder fillets and brown .Spread remaining
Ji teaspoon baking powder Salt and pepper to taste beaten egg cover top of fish WEEK \
1/8 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons fine dry rolls turn. Cover skillet and
2 eggs separated bread crumbs finish cooking and browningfish Mar-Crest Citation
Vt cup sugar 1 egg, separated about 10 minutes over '
3 tablespoons milk 2 to 3 tablespoons butter oderate heat. Remove
large green apple, pared Sprinkle fillets with la: Jthplcks. Makes 2 large FUTURISTIC PATTERN
and finely diced and pepper; roll up each. )- 'ge.
1 tablespoon butter or mar

:2 tablespoons with garina 1/4 teaspoon sugar mace mixed ,Y; With Coupon From Book Ari $5 or Moro 1 0 ______________

ing Stir powder together aril the alt flour, Beat bak egg Food PwchaiM ____________

whites until foamy; gradually Reedeem the valuable coupons from
I Ij beat In the su: ir; continue the booklet you received In the mall 1
until h 1 dstraight
beating they o
for tableware, special bargains and
stiff Beat
ego Bonus TOP VALUE STAMPS. ; 1 ,
until thickened add
yolks ; ;
milk and beat to combine;
gently beat in the flour mix- +
ture; fold in egg whites and SAVE 26c DEEP SOUTHPeanut
apple. Melt butter in a heavy I
10-inch skillet or shallow bate-
Ing dish; add batter and Large Ripe Tropical
spread evenly. Sprinkle wit!.
sugar-mac mixture. Bake In
a moderate ((375 degrees) oven Bananas
unf.l1set and I'ehtly browned
abort 10 minutes. Cut
into quarters and serve at taller
once with confectioners sugarY "*
desired. Makes aervin,..

Use FAMILY any leftover DINNER corned 4 tr 2-1& Jar t DIXIE DARUNi i; Per: 9 c 4JE.ORMWIENER .

r beef spread.for hash or a sandwich 49c Pd

Corned French Beef and Bread Vegetables Limit One BUNS

Indian Pudding FROM SPANISH CUISINE Breast of veal, boned and a Pak
Corned Beef stuffed with ground beef t Pkls, fl9 RED BLISS
and Vegetables

a 4 pounds corned beef(about brisket) boneless Spanish Veal DishIs Potatoes 5"39'FANCY

3 quarts cold water FLORIDA
1 tablespoon mixed pickling

1 8 large small spices clove potatoes garlic, pared peeled Taste TempterBy Avocados 4 <., 99'

4 medium carrots pared
4 serving-size wedges green 1
I cabbage CECILY BROWNSTONE teaspoon salt. Cook in pressure 'FRESH MEATS '
Place corned beef in ket :
a Associated Press Food Editor pan at IS pounds pressure -
tle with the water there Here's an economical dish for 20 minutes; allow
should be enough to cover; a stuffed breast of veal that pressure to return to normal. QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER IAMB
add pickling spices and gar is prepared ahead and reheated Remove meat, cover and
tic Bring to a boil; simmer at the cook's convenience chill. Puree vegetables and
until tender 3 to 4 hours liquid in electric blender. flocisI.39c
This Spanish recipe was 111 1
About 30 minutes before beef
adapted from cook book Slice cold meat thin and reheat -
is cooked through, add the compiled and a published in in sauce. Makes ( to 8 QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER LAMB
potatoes and carrots; add servings.
Ii Madrid. The original directions -
cabbage for last 15 minutesof
specify the use of a
cooking. Drain beet and Chops 49
cooker. When we
vegetables serve hot. Makes
; tested this method In our Building Loans
4 servings of meat and
vegetables FRESH MEATY
kitchen we found it yielded PORKsteaks
with some extra servings At Record
tender meat in a short time. High
of the corned beef
Stuffed Veal Breast 59Ea
RANGETOP SUPPER 2H' pounds boned breast of New construction lendingin IL
i veal ((4 bounds before July by the 133 savings and
Delightful vegetable combine boning) loan associations in Florida a
H pound chopped beef totaled $32,989.000 a record
r Hamburgers chuck amount for the month of July. DAIRY'
Mashed Potatoes 1H teaspoons salt These construction loan accounted DEFT.
Green Pepper Zucchini Pepper to taste for the financing of
Bread Tray 1 egg slightly beaten 2,509 new dwelling units for I
1 Tapioca Cream Beverage 10 green olives, pitted and families in Florida. IMPERIAL
chopped This Information was re-
Green Pepper Zucchini Vt cup olive oil leased today by William D. t Morgan .391
(Ii; 1 pound ((4 small) zucchini 3 cloves garlic peeled Hussey of Orlando executive *
1 medium green pepper 1 medium onion, quartered vice-president of the Florida
2 tablespoons butter 1 small carrott, quartered Savings and Loan League, -- ... a_
I % cup water 1 bay leaf who said the previous high FARMHOUSE FROZEN cxd:
H teaspoon aalt 2 tablespoons tomato catchup for the month of July was
Freshly ground pepper to set last year when the total
taste Va cup white wine was $30,323,000.The .
1 Cut tips from zucchini; 1 cup water League' executive
r scrub in cold water; slice into Lay veal flat; trim any ragged stated that during the first Cream Pies 29
thin rounds. Quarter green edges. Mix beef with tt seven months of 1964 a total Ea.
pepper and seed; cut into V4 teaspoon of the Jalt. the pepper of $208,100,000 in construction : .
inch wide cross wise stripe egg and olives. Press loans have been made by
Melt butter in a 30-inch skillet beef mixture flat over veal to the Florida associations: also -
; add zucchini and green within H-inch from edges. a record amount for this Beauty Skimmed Ramon
pepper; stir to coat with but- Roll up veal tucking in period e ftlme. Asserted Jadr-t Quaker Quick
r terr Add water and salt; cover edges; tie with cord. In. Hussey reported that during Milk Bleach Cream of Rice
and cook gently until vegetable pressure pan, brown veal In this same seven monthr:1oons' Cookies39C Grits
are tender and water the Olive oil with the garlic, total of $531,431,000 Half
evaporates, add freshly I discard garlic.. Add onion. I have been closed by 3 129' 33' "Il .1. 43' 16 e1. .1'IJ..1L.
ground pepper. Makes 4 1.rot. bey leaf, catchup, these Institutions, still anrhW w Pki. Pits. Six, 29'r
serving. e u water tad ttmaining 1 record I P:Lf .

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-ih. GONDOLIER, Venice Fla. Mon.,1, 1964-11 I ,

1 Legal New Osprey Pie I ., ".IYI ', ..-...--.

I.Slb 2 Haws 0' oI'I'1tifTIOH! lVdiei : 1
i 'IV aeoleyaa rlC'I'ITIOUI HAilS Being Built dvm : : I'

n,. ......1"" ... tow hand.. Mrtlry 1
that bt to ...wmdUBtln a WINDOW binIMM OSPREY The Osprey
-- .. 1714 ... Tell Fl.., .
VmlM Recreation Assn. and i :
.... rei
under the fletltlmn i> of ALL
[ Horses BRAND WINDOW OPERATOR CO. dents of Osprey are rejoicing fj/JEAI.J
CLASSIFIED _For Sale Misc. For Sale Business Personals end,.,,11..II...., Mid ptnioM firm vhoM ta.oommnd lumMOwmrahlp of rod th.tnr in the construction of the new i I ,
phler of ,eldm. 5. 5. 1.11_, pier under construction at the
BATES THRIFTY HOMESBy TRUMPET B flat Holten Dressmaking C..I! C. Aundkee. 5244 Wood IlL, end of Main Street. The Sara
Appointment Collegiate Excellont con alterations 1.- tl All .. I. sola County Building Department "
Rat.., both 3 bedroom. 1 bath home In dition, $50. CLARINET B draperies, ete. Reasonable.iM 01.|*.._ Gar fo M follomi Window is doing an exemplar :?Ii(1i'I( : : ....... I
Tionrsdey -1130CREDIT Carl O. .. '
arge eight flat Sundbwi lot par .to
of supermarkets, hos Baronet also excellentcondition Im rer Intention to applr the I. job of building a wooden dock I
and pital, church and schools, $50. Boy's English -,I fUrk ft tko Clrwilt Court In and for into the bay with a 10-foot I
Ms"1s$ : o $$12,600 BIKE 26-inch Schwinn Traveler ( the s.eo.nt Mid ...?. Florida' / to rwlitor, wide "T" platform at the far
CARD < Brand WindowOperator
2 bedroom 1 bath home, $25. ph. 4882110. Co, nndtr the vrovhloni ofCh.cMr end There will be a lower Air Conditioned Cars I
(112 word minimum) lovely fireplace alrconditlon- Tri FORGEBYINSURANCE of 1B41.Wltn. |o M, Lam of Florida.: ': Aett platform for boarding boat i : i

ditionsl Word, each *cASH ed, beach privileges, $11,500. -County Equipment Co Protect liability due lip band OiH II day of launched at the concrete ,
) ;
Ideal for your Auiu.t 1HI. launching Winter -
-both 1'1IlIrld.y.nd lover. 2 bedroom retirement 1H bath boat BELL RD. 955-5705 SARASOTA. PtA cards to lost$10,000 or stolen credit P5))).." A.s. 17.CARL 5hl C.. B"I.RUNDngRO. 1556. dent in the ramp.area will res welcome '64 IMPALA .............................. $2995 ; j
trailer with built-on coverage this improved waterfront
large ad
Mao'nd Editions dition Jbtt week lpec/a/i/ / on three years. For full particulars facility in Osprey.
I nice Pad DISh Fact
very Air.
Hydraulic stop in or cell IN THE COUMTT niDOIS COURT ,
$51.40 home. W. have 2 of these and Jack Repair IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTYFLORIDA The Osprey Recreation

boat with dock.them you The own low your own Situations EDOEVanORSDALEAGENCY IN KKi B.totVINCENT. .<. IN PROBATE Association France as, with president Joseph, bas La '64 FORD: GALAXIE 500 .......... $2895 !!
word minlmumlAnu ) price will Wanted i. mwiits.: 4-D HT-V8-AT R H PS-WSW_ 1 '
((12; pleasantly surprise you. Dn>u..i. Nit. rraNOTim worked hand-in-hand with the - -
Call right for CHURCH JANITOR I lit W. Venlee Ave 488-ZJ80 TO CREDITORS: county recreation board for T Slit -Fact. Air.
away the service
All-Cap trpt 'In ..laaal.III' opportunity .' ), TO ALL CREDITORS AND OTHTCRPBRRONS
1f ,11 a .b." ... of MDU to sea these bar and yard maintenance. Ph. HAVINO CLAIMS many years to improve rec. I "r
*'L fw one '.."" ". II .."" gains. 468.6581. AGAINST THB A BO VI ESTATE, national facilities in the 62 FORD GALAXIE 500 .......... $1995 !

TM ek auk, chine,Inwtlon of thereafter M eente la Byron M. Markle Realtor Too art Stan.), notlflM. and name. area. 4-D HT-V8-AT-R-H-PS-PB-WSW- ', "',
1 ie, sue th. Condoller P. O. Help Wanted SHEPARDLUMBER od It flU I anr .1aI.... or dnandi which
0..lor.,b* In repll" to .-_'"..... Ph. 488 4706. I non nap hav add -0- T Glatt-Pad Daih-Fact. Air.
CO. ,In the offlM of the Cwntr Judn ofRanuota The* Rev. Edward Owens,

CLASSIFIED-DISPLAY Rentals REAL wants licensed ESTATE Real OFFICE Estate 1003 N..Washington Blvd. ( at .Florida..Florida In, within Uia CourtMUM altaalmdar new President of the Osprey '61 PONTIAC TEMPEST .......... $1195 :

i Edition, per Inch ,$3.0C Salesman. Reply REB, P. O. Saratota the td> tint publlMtlm moalhi Inn of' Hen the date,,"'..of.. PTA expects that the coming 4-D-4 Cy-AT-R-H-Air Conditioning-Blue I
inch. .$3JO SHARE LOVELY HOME with Box: 746. Rank oJ.,.. or .... ha In will I IDelue'
oil h, Edition, per ., year many new '
cell .111. in
lady> or couple. Private moat dam 61 FALCON Station Wagon... $1195 I
tha plaoa of .
widens and poH otlaildraaa ) people into the Osprey District ,
Payable bath. Near hopping, etc. Will MAN AND WIFE (no children ELLIOTT PAUL at tka alalmant. and muit be -4-D--6 Cy-AT-R-H-WSW .
J I ,1'llifi.d .d.<* ''Bflnci rent tingle room Reasonable. ) caretaker No cook. for .worn la Or tna alalnant, hla acant and an active year 1.
| eicspt established. TeL 4884544. In,. Yard and maintenance ROOF TRUSSES or hit attornar. M law, or. Claim It will/forma baooma.mar,oliaaoordla be, anticipated.Llcnelian. 2 Tone- Ford Fact. Air. I

infs. work. Car necessary. obtained at the Conner J.d... .,fI.. '
COSY ROOM. Private bath and modem home fully Salary air Alum. Windows t Doors. at tha Cmirthonat ESTKLLI In S.._ 61 COMET Station Wagon .... $1295 I
CANCELLATION or and entrance. Excellent conditioned facing bay. Water Contract Roofing; It Painting E._.... of tht HVNEKB lOot.: .. ofVlnowit 4-D-6 Cy-AT-R-H-WSW-Top Reel-Air ,;
neighborhood near shopping. and electricity Phone 488-2132 Venice I. Thin.)., de.-..s2.
etc. Reasonable Tel 488-4544. Write M. J Box 748.: Givereferences Florida ..HAZEN..... Lllht a' IRPHORDINO Bulldlnc, 60 FALCON .............................. $ 895
qUilts i for cancellation t. of i I Vanlaa. Florida. ,
became of PRIVATE ROOM with bath. past positions Attomora. for tht Kxmulrl' 4-D Sed- Cy-AT-R-H-Ford Fact. Air.
*Hiintment error 305 Glen Oak. Venice present Income length of res TYPEWRITERS and Adding I Pllbll.hc, Ate. !.. 11, Et>t. T, N. 1H4
Art bs made for Thursday dens Phone 488-3853. Car- idence In Fla. ages. Machines (mechanically operated '59 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE .... $ 995

BANDOLIER BEFORE S p.m WHiTE:'HOUSEWORK::: ) Chemically (cleaned IN THE COURT OF Tile COirNTT Cleaners 4-D HT-V8-R-H-PS-PB-WSW
MondlY For Monday GON ROOM WITH MEALS. Pleasant cook like new. Just $12050 plus JVDOE IN AND FOR SARASOTA T Glaii
hog for Air
2 -
LIES BEFORE 5 p.m. on well furnished good necessary.adults 468-1338.Transportation parts if required. All makesVenice COUNTT.*. rtt Batat FLORIDA.of IN PROBATE I I I
meals available. Refined Stationers, 211 W GeORGE: W.
0ndy. WTARD makes this
woman non-smoker. New Venice Ave. 468-8113. D....... Prohita N... T7M you

488-3125 FURNISHED or Unfurnished. Pets mend peraoM narlnff tlalmt tow da-
Seasonal or yearly. 2 bedroom WE NEED Licensed Real Es WIARD.. uiln.t' tkt tht abort oitatt named of GBORGB dneaaed '64 FALCON .............................. $19454D
duplex in Nokomis. Ph. tate. People. New, class by BIRDS BOARDED Also bird are htrehir notlflad that an Order Sedan-* Cy-AT-H-R-WSW
448-3323 after Kathleen Wilkinson to start supplies. ,Mrs. Koisa 488- or Administration. U.._... haai
Lots For Sale five '-'i entered. kr tht Hon. JOHN T. to acquaint with San/. '64 FORD
Thursday, Sept 10 at 262 5850. GRAHAM Count J.d.., that the you our GALAXIE 500 .......... $25954D
ItfERFRONT Seawalled ROOM Furnished Cottageon South Trail. John McLaury total each nine of add Florida tatata tone, "Tilt world" most recommtndtd HT-V8-AT-R-H-WSW
Donna Phone Real Estate Phone at tat forth and determined In laid dryeltanhg"

T I boat I basins Gardens., watervtew.E. L. Kil-Al.Venice 1,1n , 488-3801.Bay evenIngs or 488-5698. 488-5551 Autos For Sale ..order.nd..b.dd., h.ta...IIITI14..h-of tht.Iod peraon and that b.W.whom.the..b war name add RAND McNALLY '63 FALCON .............................. $1695

Bayshore Drive Noko- I I..., Bah...... hl..r.. 1961 CORVAIR MONZA. 4 I.. SADIE MARIE--WIARD,-'Kb:-I, 4-D Deluxe-4 Cy-AT-R-H-WSW .
v..... I Box 4 .. Enxlrw....d.. Florida.DRA8WELL t .
II.V. ova LOU JACOBS, IM-tsir Ml. MALE OR FEMALE: speed floor shift. Excellent A. BROWN 63 IMPALA .............................. $2195 "
IClI RFHIOrNrt OTS FURNISHED needed for dally plane tours condition. Low mileage 488- Bpi Of Jackaon eo...,.,S. Bradford GLOBE 2-D HT-V8- -R-H-WSW
VENICE BUSINESS SITES1W APARTMENTS 5185 until 500.: Vmlot-Nokonli Bank Bulldl...
Real Estate shopping. Call 488-3447. Real Estate License. '58 FORD, 2-door Wagon, Pub. Auto 17. e4. II. ...... T. 1M4. 4-D-6 Cy-Straight Shift-R-H-WSW
Evenings 4742569.TRAILVIEW .
straight shift. Extremely

]TRACTIVE HOME in Gulf APT. for 58-1187 lATE TOP collect for IMMED.1 clean. Must see to apprecIate. IN TAE COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT '63 BUICK Special Deluxe ........ $2195
rent Will sacrifice. Can be seen at IN AND FOB SARASOTA COUNTY V6 AT R H I
View section of Venice. 3 by year. Completely fur. ment. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE PS-WSW
ire 34. baths, 28500. E. L. nished. Automatic heat 449 Edgewood Road Venice IN REl The Eitale of '
,lion,Bayshore Drive Noko- air-conditioned. 1000 and ft. ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office Gardens from 8:00: a.m. to CASWELL.ARTHUR CLAUD/. N.-., 62 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE .... $2095
1.1. On E. Tampa St., close to wants livt-wlre licensed 5 p.m. CLAUD.CASWELL" 4-D HT-V8-AT-R-H-PS-PB-Elec-WSW
real estate salesman. ReplyJ. Deneied.NOTICB ''
RIVATE PARTY wants late stores. Tel. 4881321. C., Box 746. Venice Used Trucks TO ALL CREDITORS TO CREDITORS!:AND OTHrR 62 PONTIAC CATALINA ........ $1895
3 or 4 bedroom home West 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur- PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS 2-D Sedan-V8-AT-H-PS-PB

I ath Tnil OB Harbor Have Drive 2 Bedroom to trade 2 children nlshed.and Plenty pets. Phone room 488-for Lost HARVESTER SARASOTA'S Dealer INT. AGAINST Ton art THE herb ABOVE notified ESTATE and required , '62 CHEVY IMPALA ................ $2095 1 "

i Bar 296. Venice Fla 6781. SOLITAIRE EMERALD to file any elalma.. or drmendt which SS Convertible-V8-AT-R-H-PS-WSW
Offers bay & Mite ou mar .t..1 the aald tataten

Houses For Sale 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the I ring RING on and Nokomis diamond Beach wedding offavilion. 'SERVICE' and PARTSOn S..the.....*office Countr of the Florida Countr In the Judge Courthonea of- nd, w '62 VALIANT .............................. $1095 4
all makes TRUCKS at Baraiola, Florida, within royM GX1395
iia 4-D-6
water. Nicely' furnished. i > Reward. Contact the & (II) calendar montha from the data of Cy-Straight Shift-R-H I
VENICE NPC. Phone 488-3681. Gondolier EQUIP. the tint publication of thla notloe. '
WATERFRONT GARDENS Newspaper. COME In and SEE It DRIVE Bach elalm 1 or demand ...., be Inwritlnt. 62 GALAXIE 500 ...................... $1795 ,
I bedroom 2 tile$$13.000 baths Wanted To Buy Business Personals Any of our FULL LINE OF the plaat. In of duplicate ratldenaa, and and .poet....1 office prom. 2-D V8 HT-AT-R- -PS-PB-Pad: Deth-WSW I
'tower NEW I. H. PRODUCTS .".an of the claimant. and ..... be '
off Master bedroom. .worn at by the .1.1....., hen 62 CHEVY Station
From the Fabulous SCOUTto acent Wagon ...... $1695
[Built-In stove and oven with 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS. 2 bathhouse BOOKKEEPINGIncome or hen ._.... or It will beeomt eMdeemrdin.
the Famous TRAVELALL to .lawHELEN 4-D-4 Cy-AT-R-H
Hatching! refrigerator and walking distance to Tax State Federal Wage

rating space in kitchen. Venice P. O. and pavilion or Reports. Personal typing, and LOADSTAR'S PICK UP'S & Admlnbtratrix Arthur GOBRBCRT of the .. tatt of VALUE FOR $595 '61 BUICK LE SABRE ................ $1795 '
Screened porch with button- rent end Sept., with option to your home champion typist30 Claud Caawell akClaud / 4-D HT V8 AT
down shades. buy. Write M. K. Box 746 years experience. Nominal Pals
$1150000 down plus closing Venice fee. Charles L. Nelms.i 3450 SALES No.&Washington SERVICE INC.Blvd. 'mice.Florida. Power Florida.Attomere .a Lltht Building. with your dryeleaning order '61 OPEL Station Wagon ........ $ 995
rods i 1752 Banyan Drive Venice, for the So...., pleat alit for details. 2-D-Straight Shift-R-H-Rack
CASH PRICE 14500.00 Mobile HomesTWO Fla.. Phone 488-6254. 335-5197 Sarasota 355.7681 Mbll.hi A... 17, 14, II, Sept r. 11... '
WRON McGLYNN .. Realtor 60 RAMBLER AMERICAN ...... $ 595 '
452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 TRAILERS for rent, WOLFER MOTORS Inc. 4-D-6 Cy-AT-R-H each 2 bedroom. Both on GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION '' l

BEDROOMS 2 Bath air- canal. Inquire 49 Hatchet RAMBLER DODGEMS .a. 60 STUDEBAKER ...................... $ 595
conditioned CB House In Creek Road Venice Bay S. Tamlaml Trail 488-3965-48WI ... 4-D-6 Cy-Straight Shift-Overdrive-.R-H _
"Ice Gardens. Phone 488- Trailer Park or call 488-3054 SPECIALIST IN. . Member Chamber of Commerce ''
:16 week days and before 8 60 OLDS 88 .............................. $1095 :
Y8I'I'ro.IWr. Repair Lubricate Chassis Heating and Air Conditioning '' .

MOTHER and eightyearoldson / I S Front End Alignment Oil Change & Air Installations 60 FALCON .............................. $ 595
Uarurnliked. Heating Conditioning
thin. I Brfr. .f..I.Sebarbta...... Prrwr.Daadr. wish 2 Bedroom Furnished Front End Overhaul AdM/ Headlights $ 2-D Sedarv-o Cy-Straight Shift-R-H .I
Ontr. LOU JACOBS. ...-,.17 or preferrably unfurnished Wheel Balancing Electrical: Repair Gas Ranges Water Heaters '' ,
EW RICHMOND Construe house. Prefer near Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic or Stand Free Estimates 59 THUNDERBIRD .................... $1095 d I'

:lion Corp "Buckeye" Innice beach. Call 488-6368 after 8 Radio RepaIrs and Transmission Repair No Job Too Biq or Too Small 2-D HT-V8-AT-R-H-PS-PB-WSW 1

Garden*. Two beds Misc. For Sale Alrconditiontnq Repairs and Installation 263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271 59 TR3 TRIUMPH .................... $ 995 '
! 2 baths, ducted heat Look this
-- one 1

page ana. lir-condltioning!. Lot graded,and tile seedn roof. t Camera MM ELECTRIC 35 MM Kodak MOVIE 8 DISTINCTIVE LARGER '59 MERCEDES over BENZ 220 SE.... $ 995 I ,
> Concrete A t
"net water, ewer drive, 14.750 paved MM Bell & Howell projectorand I giveaway p
beaded 8i I
iramplete. Occupancy 90 days. screen Real Estate ornerJim

W Other lot.models Phone from 4881474.$8.19) on SEARS MOTOR CYCLE. , Several Older Cars To f' I

Good tires and running con "iIYS.1a/ '!II
LUXURY By Appointment HOMES dition. Only -78.00. 4881231. Choose From Ii'
rear I bedroom bay. 2 bath home 2-WHEEL TRAILER 8 ft. VENEZIA PARK SECTION LOTS AND LOTS OF LOTS!

'Bopping.Catholic A real Church buy at saw Good, like new$40; Complete 8-Inch bench$75; This Ideal family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large Water Front or Upland Sorrento Shores Venetian COMPARE OUR TRUCK PRICES ; .1. I

Home Small paint spray outfit like family room Jiving room, .lec. itove, refrigerator Garden Laurel Nokomis Venice Venice Gardena .

*. 1 bedrooms with beach privlleg-bath in new Complete $40. Phone diihwaiher. Close to schools and shopping center. City Venice East South Venice. 64 CHEVY PICK-UP ................ $1695

lain. > part of home, 1 mother- 4884536. water, sewer and paved treet. SUPER SPECIAL TO BUILDERSI! 6 Cy-Long Bsd-Fleettlde j
apartment with bath FUEL OIL TANKS, stands. Price $14,500 terms
'ft carport, fireplace. $18,800. 62 CHEVY PICK-UP ................ $1395 ,
Fuel oil deliveries. S&H I
;lull lit' and feet of aeawaU on the Green Stamp Standard FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTYWILLIAM 6 Cy-% Ton-Long Bed-Fenderitde .1
[ a very large home, .
Testing Service. Across from REALTOR P. TOOLS Realtor '
led' bedrooms, 3 baths all fire station. 488.4062.APAC Bruce Cobb Aitociates2U 61 INTERNATIONAL .............N S 995 :
large Thompson Rena Joseph Swee,
living rooms with 251 W. Venice A.,.. Phone 488-1400-480-2649 Tr.vel.II-2
' Seati
'O ni fireplace, kitchen and S. Tamiaml Tr. P. O. Box 935 Phone 488-6738
''ONg room. A $40,000 con- HBI: I '
"rvatlve value. - - --- 60 CHEVY PANEL TRUCK ...... $ 895
Make an World' best built, best
'Ier, even INTERESTED? 6 -Tone Paint
a redlculous
' one. .selling camper trailer. DO PEOPLE
*ner .
Here'a a real sell. buy. 2 beds Special going demonstrator on. Little money sale WHETHER YOU'RE Central Water and '60 VW 2 SEATER PICKUP ...... $ 895 1 a

nJ looking J 2 bath' lovely home ,now down and low bank payment R E A D B U Y I N G Sanitary Sewer. A Baby Doll
a mile of bay. Scr..n.d P.tio 2 Bedroom

''on't ring| mist sacrificed at $26,800. CAMPER'S* WORLD, SMALL ADS? OR I Beth Dwelling I 59 DODGE PICKUP ................ $ 695 ''

Tine. seeing these bars 100 N. Washington Blvd. SELLING I w'R54gSh.rockeid Yard V8-AT-Long Bed

NOn M. Markle, Realtor, (Opp Man Bros) WELL You',. Beat Velll" An I'
_ Ph. 488-4708_ Sarasota Found HEREI TOTAL PRICE $12.700 59 VW PANEL TRUCK ......__ $ 595 : f t
A Painter's
YOU AREI H. N. WIMMERS Dream'l Ic l;

Barrett Approved, Ruberoid'Approved 221 W. REALTOR'488.53'08 59' V8-AT-Nice FORD RANCHERO ............ $ 795 I'a j

GOOD BUYS VENICE GARDENS '55 CHEVY PANEL .................... $ 395 t 1 I I :I,r ,

u n. dlHItl 'liUUiUVI3' INTERESTED ? 6 Cy-4 Speed Tram I J ,, ''
Beautiful home 3 eclroom2 l bath*- lr conditioner- f ;l'' "

*ttNjMlf porch furniture--washer 4 dryer. Very low down payment. i
SE8L 1
H. N. VVJmmer Realtor : 1P I 10
'$15,000 :J''i ,Il

LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Furnished downstairs Apt.; to rent for season or by yee, ESTIL'SHEW 1, ;' ( k

JOHN C. BENNETT Agent for Waiter Union Telegraph HAZEL CONN ,I,. j r' I \l lIJi h ,..

Complete Roofing Contractor Monday thru Friday.9 to Si; Saturday fo I REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER i i
Tamtam) Trail PHONESi ::11 I ""j 1 'I 1

0" Tilt, ,A.lleltot and Built Vp" *J. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN North *f Albee Rd. Bui. 488-3242 15 S. TRAIL PHONE 488.6541 ; 1s-I 'I' I J '' ''I '

Nokomlt, Fla.. It... 4884994T )

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, 12-"' GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon. 7, 19M

') Start Marsh\ Saturday Hen Hunts Venice Lion Indian football T earns Shape Up ,', e I Ia

hen hunters will open Flor Little LeaguersTo Tr'7''
ida's 1964-65 hunting seasonat ' r
sunrise next Saturday. The For Upcoming Season's Openers

day's. hunting will end at sunset Be Feted

Hunting the migratory rails .ri
and gallinules (marsh hens) Membebrs of the Venice Hopes for a highly successful The squad of 40 Is expected ior Tim Waidelich will give turnees here, and Is one of
will be allowed for 69 consecutive Lions Little League team, 1964 football season are to swell to 50 tomorrow added strength to this position the team's finest blockers :
days ending Nov. 13. champions of the Gulf Junior evident In the camp of the when school resumes following The other spot is a battle roy l j
Division will be honored al between Phil Youngberg, :
Bag limit for all rails and
Thursday night during the Venice High School Indians as the three-month summer TACKLE -Bruce MacDon- Bob Havenstrlte and Shep o "'
gallinules is 15 for a day's regular weekly meeting of they go Into the final two vacation. Tomarrow's practice aid, also All-County and All- Lawrence. Pete Cromptonwill t>,
bag and 30 for total possession the sponsoring club at Fish weeks of practice before will be In the afternoon Conference, heads the list of play a lot on defense.
erman's Wharf. The dinner opening a 10-game schedule while those on Wednesdayand returnees and could be a real Jack Thiem will add depth to
+ The clapper rail will be the begins at 6:30: p.m. against North Fort Myers Friday will be at night. leader if he will become the this important position on
i primary species taken. Other Graduating membebrs of here on Sept. 18th Jayvee Team aggressive, "head hunting" both offense and defense
the team are Mike Young, Returning veterans at every The Indians will field a Jay. type defensive man we solely Newcomers showing promiseare
t prominent species include the John Shaver, Lester Gentzler position end an impressivegroup vee team which will get a need Jim Zacharias has Bill Payne, Jim Park and
i Virginia, king, black, and Tom Pitcock and Larry of newcomers have led three-day itart on the varsity trimmed down to 198 pounds Joel Duvall.
sora rail. Hunters will also Burris. Returning for the to the air of optimism among! by meeting Riverview here on and should be ready for a Personnel Change
1965 season will be Barry and the players and coaching staff Sept 15th. CENTER Veteran Tom
take the Florida and purple Jayvee coach is fine senior year at left tackle
David Knott, Bobby Sanchez, where improving last year's varsity backfield mentor Bob Sophomores Pete Pfeuffer, McDonnell has been shiftedto
gallinules Charles Wynne, Terry Powell 55 record is concerned, according Hedrick Also assisting Powell Harry Clements and Joel Un center and Is learning the '
Tony Gay, Wesley Tur.. to a prospectus released -with the varsity will be veteran derwood are battling for a blocking assignments exceptionally -
1 for anenjoyable ney, Jeff Jones, Eugene Fowler Friday by Head CoachJi line coach Jim Somers. starting position and have well Bill Higel and
and Kenneth White. mPowell. A resume of prospects, pleased Coach Somers with Joe Henrlques are pushing
GOLF "As a result of a good ,quoting Coach Powell, follows their natural ability. Transfer hard and if they come through
of REAL QUIET spring practice we felt we : student Vic Cleveland i McDonnell! will be availablefor T
i day MIAMI (AP-A southwestern had already made a good END All-County Charlie looks like a real comer and tackle duty. Both Hlgel
i TRY suburban resident told start and wouldn't have so Hodges could become the should be a big boost on the and Henriquez are contend. i ; '
the county zoning board he much to do to get ready for finest end in the area if he I line. Letterman Greg Jones ers for line backing Jobs. Jim
SARASOTAGOLF I moved to the area for peace he upcoming season," Powell reaches his potential bothon just started attending practice Hatchltt Is the leading candidate R
CLUB and quiet, but wasn't happy said.He offense and defense: Tom i sessions last week and for John Taylor's old
with the all the quiet he pointed out that the Indiana Landgraf and Nick Harperare should be ready to give us linebacklng Job. Bob Wight-
DAILY GREEN QQ flA would get. I will have good size and both fine, experiencedends additional strength In this position man is another /good prospect.QUARTERBACK1. s ls
FEES The board had given permission I depth on the line and. although on offense and Tom will by the time the season a
Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. for a ISO-acre cemetery I the backfield will be be defensive quarterback as gets underway wouldn't trade a healthy Ray
South of Sarasota to be built near the man'i I small, there will be adequate a linebacker; Mike Palmer, GUARD Co-Capt Bob Joelson for anv quarterbackIn
'home. I replacements for the starters. a strong sophomore, and jun I Somers leads the pack of reV the state. He will be aI"
I I __ i if ij it real offensive weapon. Behind

f "handler Joelson we in have Steve a Dalton fine ball a -- _- -"

southpaw sophomore Tom SOUTHERN FISH FOR NORTHERN TABLES- These Id
j I"Thompson is pushing fast asa pound snook were caught off the Venice Jetties last week
passer and ball handler by Clarence Owen of Grove City. A friend of Owen's, front!
Pat McDonald hasn't reuort- Indiana, thinks so highly of local fish that he plans to take
r ed yet due to an Infection. He the snook home, packed in ice. To date, Owen is leading
has a fine. passing arm and the snook division of the County Tournament with a 34t-
... ..
I.I. --".hl. "" '
pounder, caught in June.
DEALS Haskins, our best defensive
back last year, Is running at I Kiwanis Charity Florida Tourist
D. left half with the first unit
now. Steve Bradley, who also Football Game Flow Still High
clayed primarily on defense
t last year, Is capable of play. Expects ThrongMIAMI The TALLAHASSEE Florida (FNS) -
V h"r Inff both halfback slota and< Development
will see action there as well (FNS) Some 35,- Commission reports that tow
I as on defense. Lorenzo DavisIs 000 football fans are expectedto ism held its own in Florida
attend the 1964 Kiwanis for the first six months of this
a fine prospect as an offensive
BRAND NEW CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVT. back. Junior Don Freshman Football Classic year, despite competition
charity between the from the New York '
game World'sFair
Equipped with: Christopher Just returned to
freshman teams of the universities .

Venice last
POWERGLIDE week after being
I 195 HP 8CYL. ENGINE away for the summer and will of Miami and Florida The state promotion agency
bolster our backfield He look this year. says about 7 million tourists
TINTED WINDSHIELD ed good in Boring practice after Always a crowd pleaser, came to Florida from January
SEAT BELTS laying off the sport during the game will be played Oct. through June. This Is 110!
ONLY 2 SPEED WINDSHIELD his sophomore vear 31 in the Orange Bowl! Last most exactly the same nuns
/ WIPERS RIGHT HALFBACK Paul year's contest resuulted In a ber that were in the state
WINDSHIELD WASHER Peden a junior, has the most win for the University of MIami during the comparable periodof
_ ._ J- $ POWER BRAKES natural ability of any bad Hurricanes, 22-18 The last year.
'. 2 98 7 POWER STEERING In the county but must shake Miami Frosh hold a 4-2 leadin Losses in tourists by somt
RADIO a minor Inlurv,jinx to be effective the series. large hotels because of conk
He has the moves This preview game of future petition from the fair, and
I ,j WHITEWALLS and speed to go all the way, Hurricane and Gator losses such as suffered by St
S FRESH AIR HEATER but Is still not In condition gridiron heroes is sponsored Augustine during its racial
ERMINE WHITE WITH Sam Morgan has been switched as a joint venture by all of crisis, were offset by Increa
i" RED INTERIOR to right half and Is one of the Greater Miami Kiwanis es in other parts of the stall
I our most Improved backs. He Clubs. Proceeds of the game
will play a lot of defense as a will go to Kiwanis charities.
sldeback Anthony Shaw, a Olive AmellLVVGA'Vinner

will small add but strength scrappy to halfback this position -, New SS Manager\

ON THE No.1 I BU YS FULLBACK. John Henne For Sarasota Winner of last Wednesday'i

has been converted from half. low net tournament, sponsored
back to fullback to add power Appointment of John W at Lake Venice Golf Club
to this post. He has beena Robinson as district manag. by the Lake Venice Woman'
starter as a halfback for er of the Sarasota district office Golf Assn, was Olive Amell
two years and should be one< of the Social Security Administration with 38 K. Second in the Clau
Brand New Impala 4-Dr. Sport Sedan (Hard Top) of our most consistent and was announcedIn A division was Irene Bryant
hardest runners. Jack Wright Atlanta by Richard H. with a 40.Stephanie.
and Raleigh Stahl, both jun Lyle, Regional Director of Duke's 40 was
TINTED WINDSHIELD lon, will definitely help out the Department of Health tops in Class B, while En
behind Henne on offense as Education and Welfare. Manning and Terry Hatton
SEAT BELTS with RETRACTORS'I well! as on defense. Wright faa Robinson succeeds George tied for runnerup with scores
II: 2 SP. WINDSHIELD WIPERS safetyman and Stahl a rugged T. Banks who was manager of 4254.
\ I POWERGLIDE TRANS. linebacker. of the Sarasota District Office .
from 1954 until August of
Varsity Schedule
1 POWER STEERING ONLY this year when he transferred Twenty-Eight Play/
Sept. 18 North Fort
750 X 14 WSW to the Nashville, Tenn., dis-
Myers trict office. Bridge At Woman'sClub
RADIO $ Sept. 24 At Naples
\ 2823FROMTHE Oct.. 2 At Sarasota Robinson, a native of Montgomery Card Party
Oct.. 9 At Southeast Ala, is a graduateof Twenty-eight members and
Oct. 16 Arcadia the University of Alabamaand guests of Venice-Nokoml5
Oct 23 Open served with the U. S Woman's Club took part it
Oct.. 30 Riverview Navy in World War II. the social card party Wed-
Nov.. 6 Palmetto The Sarasota Office U located nesday at the clubhouse.
Nov. 13 Cardinal at the corner of Second Refreshment tables went
'I Mooney I and Central and serves the decorated with pink hibiscus
I Nov. 20 North Fort I counties of DeSolo, Manateeand and asparagus fern and red
Myers : Sarasota, as well as the hibiscus and ligustnim.
'Nov, 25 At Punta Gorda Branch Office at Fort Myers
.1 DEAlER W. S.
'which Hostesses were Mrs.
White Sands Conference serves the counties of:
Rinehart, Mrs. J. Carroll
Charlotte Collier and Lee.
Loughlin and Mrs. J. Fergm
I Sept. 15 RiverviewOct.
; Hunter
8 Palmetto consumption of paper and
Mrs Nowland
Oct 13 = At Sarasota 4 over the past 10 years has made a
Mrs Thelma Tresher
grown from 58 million
Ovt.27 At Charlotte tons to
," Brand New Chevy II Nova Super Sport Cpe. Nov 3 : At Southeast :97 million tons. were grand made slam by and Mrs little. Tresher slams,

POWERGLIDE Time Is Called Mrs.Miss Jean Charles Kent Espenshade and MI*,
I'I NON GLARE R, V. MIRROR Frank Davies.
I ,$ T On Korean Vets TrooperBill Door prize winners wen
ONLY OUTSIDE R. V. MIRROR Korean veterans who were Mrs Rinehart, Mrs E. S.
I" on active duty on Jan. 31, Campbell and Mrs. Inez
WINDSHIELD WASHER 1955 and have been unconditIonally says Bechill.
i $ TINTED WINDSHIELD discharged or released ,,
i 2294 WHEEL COVERS from active duty within SECOND RETIREMENT
I i SEAT the past three for QUIETER
I BELTS years the r.
I I'
l PADDED DASH first time since that date, are LOUISVILLE (AP) CarlC.
I reminded that they have one Krankel retired recently
semester left for educationand for the second time but with
training under the Korean out the fanfare he received
II Waited till now for a sharp brand-new '64 from Chevrolet? Good GI BillCongress eight years ago.

J IUTHU.IIWITMTHU..IIUV. timing! Right now Chevy dealer's has established In 1958, he became the
your cleaning out to make
Jan 31, 1965 as the termlna ,000.000th American to draw
room for the '65 models. He's doing It with great deals-No. I Buys. BL . Ion date for the readjustment Social Security when he went
0/ 1 He still has a wide choice of models and colors-but they're moving I raining program for of Veterans education of and the :J into! years partial with retirement a candy firm-after

YOUR CHEVROLET e DEALER fast So hurry In. You'll' still be talking about the No. I Buy you made Wilson Korean Conflict, Rufus H. Krankel, now 74, says bil
Manager St Peters- In
years from now. That if you make it nowl! burg VA Regional i Office, said! main interest now will be
roses. _
t today. For those veterans dis.
Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy Corvair and Corvette charged prior to Jan. 31, 1917
: . the termination date ATTENTIONVENICE
+ No. 1 Car No. 7 Values, No. 1 Time/ to buy Now at your dealer' eight years following the expires date
of discharge or release from GOLFERSPLAY

: REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS SAVE active This deadline duty. applies both DAY OR NITS
$300 ATDUNCANCHEVROLET to those Korean Conflict vet- Oil W.., Coosf'i Sport*
cram already embarked on When leaving a parked position 9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUT
: I their courses of study,and to on a street or highway, look TOMMY BOLT'S
those who are about to start back to determIne that it Is
: lasses in September for the t safe to move Into the traffic Golden Golf
I I Fail! semester.The pattern. Drivers who move for- T

'. veterans may of SW traffic without look.
U.S. 41 ANDENGLEWOOD VENICE course continue uf"the school: and signaling Ireor CLUB,
after that date, will
hit Course Range
oncoming I end Driving
PHONE 488.3067 no longer receive any allow ckeby that p.M
+J: once from the VA each monthto cannot hOld a vehlcl. I UNTIL 10
meet part of their training a collision. 3-14 I JUST OFF 41 AT

,nd living txpentc > Ij j Sfkkney N. Ctoj Rd.


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