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 14, 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: VID00233
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 the Fettesf, Growing Area on Florid'. Werf Co... Osprey Laurel Nokomis! Venice South Venice, Vtnfe. Gardens, VenIce East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte I ;,

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.t 'South 40' (Gets Go-Ahead i

:t II From County CommissionI I I I..


The Sarasota County Commission and on the "South Forty" ed to the/ South County project County Committee of 100, and pointed out, is urgently needed
has reaffirmed its building and recreation pro. during Thursday's six- Finn W. Caspersen, presidentof by residents of the rapidly
previously-approved program gram hour session which was takenup the Venice Taxpayers League expanding area.Caspersen. I
I for a branch courthouse and The Tote came at the con. largely by those who fay speaking a* an individual Speaks
other facilities for South elusion of a public hearing in or and those who oppose the Caspersen told the commission .
County, the courthouse in Sarasota at Sarasota courthouse addition. The Committee of 100 resolution he came to the hearing
By a vote of four to one, which arguments were heard Appearing in behalf of read to the commissionby with an open mind and that
the commission voted Thurs- pro and con on the $1,500,000 South County were Larry Rhodes urged the county he had heard nothing during
day to proceed without delayon Rhodes, who presented a governing body to proceed the course of the arguments
its entire courthouse ex- program.No Opposition strongly worded resolution without delay on the South valid enough to cause the
pansion program In Sarasota No opposition was express- from the South Sarasota County complex which it commissioners to change .
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their mind t
HITCH ON SPECIALTY CONTRACTORS "There is no legitimatereason
I why you should not
proceed immediately with

0 Council Defers Builder LawThe Caspersen your program said as"The approved longerit ,"

I is put off, the more squabbling
there will be."

proposed ordinance to the annexation will require a and a map showing the rela- and City Planning Director The hearing, which startedat
Sarg Gets 'SharkBit'From license building and specialty certificate of ownership, tax I tionship of the property to the Tom Slider for recommendation 10 am and lasted until
contractors by examinationwas I certificates from the city and city limits. The request was 2 p.m without a lunch break,
tabled Tuesday night by county showing paid-up taxes referred to the city attorney A public hearing on the request ended with the commission
Venice City Council for further of Ruth I. Hubbard fora voting to advertise immediaU
Prehistoric study of the specialty con- beer and wine license at ely: for bids on the Sarasotacourthouse I
Molar addition.
tractor section. the Kent Motel Restaurant

The licensing law is being Dora's Calling Card: Wind was set for 8 p,m., Sept. 22, ren Commissioner cast the only Johnson dissenting War-
G, H, (Sarg) Williamson At that, Sarg'f tooth Isn'ta and bones of prehistoric sought by the Home Builders the next regular council vote. Voting to stand by their
aye hi was nicked the record breaker for size. animals are common in 11 Assn of the Venice Area and meeting. previous decision were Commission .
'Jwr day by a 60-million- Some prehistoric molars this area and a growing was discussed at length two In other action, the city I Chairman L L.
car-old shark, have been found along the tourist attraction. weeks ago at a joint meetingof 2-Inch Rain Slight DamageSouth declined to pay a bill for legal Parker, Fred Haigh, Boyd i
The shark wasn't around, beaches here measuring As a matter of fact, VenIce the builders and council fees to a Sarasota law firm Gernhard and Masel Huston, 1
at its tooth was five inches across. holds a unique distinction Council members agreed to for representing Henry Bau- the latter the South County f 1\
Sarg reported he step- Sizes that of being a happy hunt several changes In the pro County escaped antenna was toppled at kat, a member of the city representative on the board. i
1 on the tooth while div- al but tooth big hunters are unusu-each ing ground for such fossils. posed ordinance subject to with only fringe effects of Venice Concrete Products electrical examining board, in Sarasota Architect Ralph A.
g with the Grouper If anyone has heard of approval by the Sarasota Hurrican Dora last week. Co., some signs were blown a recent court action broughtby Erickson presented complet.
nwpen, And he brought day pick up dozens of another place in the woo Id County Building Department Gusty winds did some down around town and Orville Ives. ed plans for the Sarasota ad-
I'M' tooth in to prove it smaller ones, ranging from where shark's teeth are with which the city hopes to damage Wednesday night palm fronds were scattered City Council based its refusal -dition. He said all plans for
1 The indent tooth he produced baby teeth of mfinitessimal found in such profusion, have reciprocity, and City I and Thursday and on about to pay the bill on the the South County construction y
is three Inches size to inchers and why, The GONDO- Attorney M A, Braswell. I Thursday the Venice 1 Some businesses boardedup grounds that Baukat was not would be finished In about 60
cross i (he base and three one LIER would like to hear Not ironed out at the 'joint weather station recorded in anticipation of a big acting in an official capacity days and j ld
her ilong. Fossilized shark' teeth from them. meeting were license fees for 2.09 Inches of rain, bring blow. However, the stiltvind for the city at the time of his be called brnrnediately "' "
-- specialty contractors and amore ing the total September. telt here war* not arrest on trespass charges Erickson ..&< 1 t>at pfanstor r
.tI. "" 1rJI ;i1.IIJettv complete spelling out of o so far tt t.591nchlk! ; huffioj&at j to MUM window' (The council elaq heard-report the South' Forty*CaVonn0 ..

exam requirements for this A 100-foot{ two-way radio' damage. from Ralph Anderson, station are .90 per cent complete ,
liaison member of the --
creation of I city .
group and a separate -
examining board for the ... water board, that 12227,000 In addition to the branch
Parking Plan Off specialists.The gallons of water was pumped courthouse and welcome sta.
during August. Purchase of a
proposed ordinancewas tion the South Forty complexwill
tabled at Storm Delayed six-unit variable speed mixerfor Include housing for coun-
the waterworks at cost
a ty regulatory services, on
enln City Council has council could Just as well Bested that the city might be Tuesday night's meeting of $255 was approved along which construction has already
led Indefinitely the propos- make an offer to owner better off spending whatever The north city limits may with a raise In wages to $1.40 started, and a lake-
purchase of two and a George F. Gibbs Jr. withoutan amount of money it would be extended by the annexation an hour for Edward Sterling dotted recreation area spread
:Lion acres for parking at appraisal if purchase of cost on a fishing i pier' at of one homesite In the Adult Classes a waterworks employe over the 40-acre tract at the
south jeUy.lUDcllwoman. the property was to be seri another location where parkIng Bayshore Estates section if Councilman Anderson also junction of U.S. 41 and State
Blanche J. ously considered would be no problem. all legal requirements are reported that the water board Road 775, five miles south of
li reported to council that Councilman Ralph Anderson City Engineer Tom Slider met by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas has ruled that a tap fee must Venice and nine miles north i
I Because of delay resulting Registration be madeat ,
appraisal of the property questioned whether the noted also that there apparently C. Boyenton. may be paid by the builders of the of Englewood
from Hurricane Dora, enroll- the class sessions Courses
M cost from $100 to $150 city could justify spending a is a cloud on the title of The Boyentons petitioned ment In South County classesof are being taught at Venice new service station at the Interest of South County t
>cell President E. S. (Bill) large amount of money for the property that never has council for annexation of Lot Community northeast corner of Venice residents in the project was
Sarasota County High Sarasota Federal
mood said It was his opin- such a small piece of land. been resolved. Slider said the 11, Block F, Bayshore Estates School adult education ,and Loan Avenue and U. S 41, Council manifested in the presence ofn
that: unless the city is greed Gibbs had offered an appraisal West Coast Navigation District on condition the property classes will continue through Savings Assn. had been asked to waive the u mer o us representativesfrom
to make an offer it of $133,000 on the parcel as has a permanent ease is zoned to permit rentalof this week, according to T. L classes community), Laurel room School(Spanish and tap fee because the meter Venice, Nokomis and
Id be pointless to spend a starting point for negotiations ment across the property, put an apartment attached to was inadvertently left con Englewood
money there in 1958 without Gibbs' the dwelling. Rushing, South County co Englewood School. Subject nected at the building site At the close of the hearing
'aymond further noted that I Councilman Anderson sug knowledge at the time. City Attorney Braswell said ordinator.Slough7 will be beginning typing and when the old Chamber of Commission Chairman Parker '
shorthand, beginning and intermediate Commerce building was removed reminded the GONDOLIER d
bookkeeping, senior The service station that he had previouslytaken
social studies, English, builders said that because the J
stand the
a on questionof
(Is mathematics, science, begin meter was already there, the
Water going ahead with the South .
[ Ample nlng, intermediate and con- cost of a new hookup had not County work. Thursday's issue I \
versational Spanish basic born included In bid spec@Ication. | !. had said he had not taken !i
education, art, slip covers and r-the; new buildingA ; : a stand publicly I

l W. EARL AUMAN-;:; Ice-Nokomis Rotary Club. down the slough through would be easy to convert the The Cowpen Slough project, drapes, sewing courses, up request from Frank S. Parker also said' he want. I!
Even though the populationof Shakit Creek into Dona Bay source of the new Venice or the Sarasota West Coast holstery, radio and TV repair Hunter, acting master of Ven ed it known that he Is a Re. '
completion of the Cow- the Venice area should will more than take care of water treatment plant's raw Watershed, to give its official Non-credit course cost Ice Grange 186, for the same publican and not a Democrat, Pas 1
181'' project, "Venice reach a potential populationof the personal needs of these water supply from the present name, will drain off and con is $3 and courses giving high meeting nights during 1965 at the paper had Inadvertent. "
school the Civic Center tabled
credit cost
never ' dry," Ed Jdeveloper over 165,000 in 1970, the people as well as supply pure well field to the Cowpen trol the flooding of 242 square $1. for a review of the was schedule ly tabbed him.Following "f I
of Mission enormous amount of pure water for a large amount of Slough if necessary, he pointed miles or 154680 acres at an Instructors will be Mrs, The Is the text of the
the Civic
,' Estates, told the Ven- rainwater that will be flowing Industry, he added. And it i out. estimated cost of $3,200,000, Lillian Copp, A J. McCarthy, Center Grange on meets the second at and resolution read by Rhodes onbehalf
., of which the Federal govern. Roy Grams, Jerry Gatshall, of the Committee of ,t
-, ,0,1, ment will pay 48 per cent or Robert Hodson, William Finder month fourth Wednesdays of the 100WHEREAS
$1,517,520 Sarasota County i Gerald Pease, Mrs after much
,) I Enrollment of six city em deliberation and consideration
$500,000 and adjacent landowners Aracella Sanchez, Mrs Mary I
ployes in a "short school" for I'I
At the Board of County I
through grants, etc, Darby, Mrs. Elizabeth Hart- sewer and water department
$1,200,000, Ewing said. log, Mrs Sarah Gasaway, Commissioners of Sarasota I.
at Tampa, beginningSept
County determined the need
., : It is expected to take six Jesse Scott. Thomas and Hollis 21, was okayed by coun- for the location of a building ;
Jr.! .p years to complete and when cil. The six include three In the South Sarasota
: finished the runoff of annual Further Information may I I from the water department, County area as an extensionto
; average rainfall of 53 inches be obtained concerning class two from the sewer depart- the Sarasota County

'.., . : will be controlled through meeting places and times by ment and City Engineer Slid. Courthouse, located In the ,
locks, gates, and dams. The calling Rushing at 4886726. er City of Sarasota; and
,!! i major cause of trouble in the WHEREAS, such deter
slough, namely silting, will be mination by the board of I I
controlled through a series of C of C Ponders county commissioners of j
built-in traps and through Sarasota County was in
seeding of banks, and grading harmony with the desires of i
he explained. the residents of South Sara-

In theory, at least, Ewing New Brochures sota County; and
said the flow of water will be WHEREAS the residentsof
controlled so that the heavy South Sarasota County ;
velocity will :je during per- The advertising and public thing and publicity, asked are far removed from the I '
Although ity committee of the Venice Keller to call another meet. facilities of the Sarasota j I
iods of low tide only.
Area Chamber of Commerce of the committeeto courthouse i I
the amount of water in ing advisory County presently
the runoff will remain the will discuss the printing of consider the printing of an located; andWHEREAS i';
.' 1'i same, the engineers believe 25,000 new color brochures entirely new folder if it could many of the ,II,
b IC Venice be done lower said residents cannot availContinued (,
they will be able to make the falt'e area at a cost by t.
flow behave through these at a at 1;30p submitting it or bids. ( on page 2)
built-in controls. ,m. today. Councilwoman Blanche J.
Printing of the 1065 editionof Cell said a picture of the
The project will naturallycause the colorful folder was referred new Venice beach pavilion Start Slated
some increase in peak back to the committee should certainly be includedin
discharge into Dona Bay, I following a request to the the new brochure and other
Ewing said, but declared no City Council by VACC Execu- council members were critical On New Park j
adverse effects to marine life tive Director C. A. (Nick) of some pictures includedIn
are anticipated since the deluging Keller for funds to have the current layout Ground will be broken atC
a.f or flooding, will be present folders reprinted at Since delivery of the original p.m. Tuesday for a new ( ,h t
for shorter'periods becauseof a cost of $1,815.Committee 25.000 full-color brochureslast !500-unit mobllehome park y;
greater controlled peaks. member Jack November, nearly all adjacent to the Venice I '
Erosion, Tidal Changes Briggs reminded Keller that have been distributed to the Shopping Center.S. I i h t i, h''
the chamber some months 11 Florida welcome stations '
C. Cutler Jr., park ,
. Explaining the geological ago received an estimate for the Florida Showcase and the 1 i
A formation of Cowpen Slough, an entirely new folder at a New York World's Fair The owner, said construction Q
cost less than than quoted for folders also are used as mailing would begin Immediately 5 r
Ewing pointed out that thousands the t

following groundbreaking
' the reprints pieces by :-he chamber in
JfffN. SLOUGH phase 41n., ts shown In this aerial In center, the number one control point of this section of I or millions of years ago Council, which hat budgeted response to inquiries about ceremony. : I II
by Vtnice-Asro Marine Development Corp. Note dam the biff drainage project now under construction (Continued M page I) fund for chamber dver- )the, Venice area.
I S'Sa.

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GONDOLIER,, Venice, F1.. Mon. Sepf. 14, 1744 Mendelssohn

Football Season Degree Work Two Cited Mrs: McG Begins

. 1F'Obituaries r Set Tonight I At 'GitmoSeaman

DARIEL ANN DISTAMIO mis; two brothers, George Tickets On Sale The Entered Apprentice Degree One Hurt VHS senior Paul 1a In Mende
Dane Ann DiStasio will be 'Crusade'Mrs. his
infant McFarland of Monroe City, conferred by4enice 18th year of Naval
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mo. and Bill McFarland of Lodge, 301, Free and and Reser ?'
John DiStasio Jr. of 608 La Los Angeles, Calif.; a sister, At BelBreeReserve I Accepted Masons, at a special Roberts named Mrs. aboard spent the USS part III A
I Gorce St., Venice in the Charles McG. Roberts Mrs. tn&11Q
Gardens, Mrs Edith McGee of St. meeting Masonic In CrashesTwo co-chairman for of Mayport
Clark to
died Thursday at Venice Hoe Temple at 6 p.m. Monday. of Nokomis Is beginning her George Cuanltba
Louis, Mo., and stepdaughter has
a she Bay and
I a post
seat tick chairman Englewood, Montego T
pital. season George R. Collett Jr., worshipful 18th straight ;yeer as Bay
She is survived by her parents Mrs. Louise Clark of ets for the Venice nigh master, will confer drivers were cited for of the South County Cancer held for 13 yean The South aboard, he was t
Springfield Ohio. traffic violations and also drills and
appointed gunneryTf
School Indian football one her reappointment County chairman
the Crusade following
; a sister, Suzanne; ma Funeral degree. The lecture will
services will be
ternal team' home games are be delivered woman was hospitalized with Thursday night Mrs. Margaret Gu- fleet training coml118ftd.
grandparents, Mr. and by C. Allen Pat. ):
I held
today at 2 p.m. at Far. neck Injuries In two auto for Venice in
accidents was the
Mrs Wilbur Archambault of now on sale at the Bel- tison, past master of Venice sack as co-chairman area at the
ley Funeral Home Chapel last week. Lewis time but
Mrs. the
Bree Diner. The six replacing ship
Bradenton, and paternal 1 gamepaeksga Lodge and past district deputy lot
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. with pastor The of Rev.Venice-Nokomis John L. Jones, sells far $'.50 and grand master of the 24th Trooper H. O. Welter of Regional Medical Hester who has moved to the her path, fortunaiei., ,f,
John OiStaslo Sr. of Waterbury Includes parking privilegesnear Masonic District.Refreshments the Florida Highway Patrol East Coast. said. He returned from
Conn.Graveside. Church, officiating. Intermentwill the stadium. will be served charged Clyde Leigh, 48, Of Librarian Meet Mrs. Gusack has been a cruise on August 23.
be in Gulf
Pines Memorial Tickets sold at Rt. 1, Venice with failure to In the Venice area
services were Park. the gate following the degree ritualto captain -
held Friday at Sarasota Memorial during each home game which all Entered Apprentice yield the right of way in the To Be Sept. 23 crusade for the past eight
I Park with The Rev. will be $1.50 for reserve Masons are invited. collision of two trucks Wednesday The regional conference of years
U. S. 41, southsectioa.
William Kelly of Catholic Venice seat sand $1.25 for general ".?.on. J :.. :. just ..... Florida Medical Librarianswill New South County members Smoky
U. sole .a''w''' .w.v "' StI1'.
I Church of the Epiphany of admission.The feature a talk by Florence named to the board of the _
ficiating. varsity season open NARCE Lunch Bulmer, medical librarian Sarasota County unit of the .
Farley Funeral Home was Friday night when the Indians Walters said Leigh pulledout at Bay Pines Veterans American Cancer Society eThursday's ( Aow.
In charge of arrangement GardensMonday host North Fort My of a gas station into the Hospital at Mound Park Hospital annual meetingare ArkikaeNAefat ')
en in a White Sands Conference : Slated Sept. 16 path of a southbound truck In St. Petersburg, Sept. Dr. Charles 0. Becker rr al"T+l w.d rrSrMKeNf 'lvroucuw
MRS. at Venice Gardens carrying bottled soft drinks AMP eur ,
EVA clash.Absentee aom
Mrs. Eva Sheerman 69, of: Recreation Center reglstra-li I The September luncheon of Jrlven by Dave Fulcher Jr., 23.Conference hours are from and Mrs. Gusack. ,*", fWlrlIIWW'\..._
Chippy Lane, Nokomis, died tlon for fall classes In dancing Englewood Venice Chapter 24, of Fort Myers. Estimated 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. A special Re-elected to the board of
held by Earl Atkinson will 717 damage to the two trucks was directors from the South
Friday at her home. of the National Assn. of program: "Beyond the Library
begin. Preteens should I $1.?OO. County were Mrs. Clark and
She was a member of Order reg Vote Retired Civil Employees Walls, has been arrang
of the Eastern Star In Paris, ister between 2:30: and 6:00: (NARCE) will be a luncheonat Mrs. Mary Josephine Un Dr. John H. Flower, Englewood -
Mo. and a retired welfare p.m. Teen-agers and adults noon Sept. 16 at DriftwoodInn derwood, 26, of Nokomis was ed.Mrs.. William Birmingham I ; Mrs. George Grassle,
worker with the Monroe may register from 7 to 9 p. Englewood. admitted to Venice Hospital la in charge of Venice Hospital Casey Key; Mrs. J. K. Hill, I i
(Mo.) Welfare Dept.County She m. Classes will be held on Delay LikelyIt All federal employes hiv with a sprained neck following Auxiliary Volunteers library Laurel; Mrs. William Strnad,, f .
Monday afternoons In ball. Jog an annuity from the government an accident Tuesday nighton service and Is assistedby Venice Gardens, and Mrs.
was a member of Venlce-No-
komis room, ballet and tap dancing. are invited. Reservations U. S. 41 just south of the Mrs. Roger McKenzie and Roberts, Nokomis.
Methodist Church. Wednesday at 2 p.m., also appears doubtful that absentee may be made by calling Roberts Bay Bridge. Cited for Mrs. William McKnlght. M w.
Mrs. Sheerman came to this In the Rae Center, Mr. Bill Venice voters will be failure
Mrs. Katherine E. Kemp to have his vehicle under They are currently accumulating
area four ;years ago from Morris of Englewood will hold able to ballot in the December er, 488-4462. control after ramming the and binding journalsfor Fishermen operating a trot-
Paris, Mo.Survivor. the first meeting for men Interested city elections this ;year. northbound Underwood auto the hospital library which line with more than 25 hooks
Include her hus- in barbershop sing Mayor Smyth D. Brohard from behind was Willie Albert will be housed In a special are considered to be fishingcommercially Toe don't need big het ,
band, Charles; a daughter, ing. Mr. Morris is a member has urged amending the city SOUTH FORTY Patrick, 28, of Fort My. room when the new wing of and must first I stasip oat s etguey; ;
Mrs. Helen Laney of Noko- of the Society for the election laws to permit absentee ers. Damage to both cars was the hospital Is completed, obtain a fish dealer's license
Preservation and Encourage. balloting. At the same (Coattmerf tress sage 1) estimated at $150. Mrs. McKenzie said. as well as a fishing license.
ALLEN ment of Barbershop Quartet time, City Clerk Harry W.
Singing in America. Hager has recommended setting : themselves of the services
Convalescent and Don't forget the regular up a card file system for provided through County
Wednesday night movie at the the permanent registration of government for their benefit
Nursing Home Rae Center for all members. voters. and acknowledgment of

24 Hen Hurting $.,,;c. Not only will you enjoy a Hager's recommendation, their status as taxpayers
Phone Venice 48S-Z702 first-class movie but a if adopted, would require rev because of the distance Involved
IIT PONCE DK LEON AVI. chance to chat with all ;your registration by all qualified ; andWHEREAS
friends. city electors. the proposed
City Attorney M. A. Bras- location for the Courthouse
well explained to City Council extension as Indicated by
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES some of the difficulties insetting the Board of County Commissioners
up the proper machln- of Sarasota
; EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY e r y and recommended County is a convenient location +
TRADITIONAL against rushing into it for the in South Sarasota t
f upcoming December election. County for the residents
let us style your tovorffe vnof Council deferred action on thereof: andWHEREAS tv
t' ceramic Wo beautiful lamps.Rewiring both proposals last Tuesday said site determined 1' I 1
until Mayor Brohard's return by the Board of
; Rer1yn.g from a trip to the New England Commissioners of Sarasota
All Lamp Repairs; states to enroll his son, County was determined after -
Won Smyth D. Brohard Jr., at considerable thought
by Experienced Designers end
Yarmouth Academy, a Maine and investigation to :be the ,
I Craftsman prep school. appropriate geographic location / '/
In respect to present rpi
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Don't train your dog to hunt and projected centers of

rt. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA hibit turkeys hunting as regulations turkeys with pro s County population, and the of trend Sarasota of the

dog. present growth is South
with.. I.. /A. i"w...1.a
.. ,, ,. -" ""
.n ''''' ) WHEREAS: : said Board
r: : :}
\ of County Commissioners of
r.: 4( Sarasota County, in furtherance .

j .., :" .t thereof, approvedthe
,I t.:: .< ." [, : > '" 1 1! overall developmentplan
:L ,> .... ;l.1;. .i' >:i-/:: N of the South Sarasota
ii .t if tJl:: ", ' County Bite and
,-. r ,, : ,'f''( ." 4aSenor ;
. '" : 1:; WHEREAS, in further.
.. < .
r ,,', ,..} ance thereof the sale of
: ", "<,.."<. ? "" !" bonds has and been sold legally for the authorized ::1:1a

; ; :'4" purpose of raising sufficient
., funds for the constructionof
'Bz . ,, "f said building at said site;

a portion of
said funds derived thereby
has been expended in pursuance + ... a ,
::1 thereof In architec
, '. tuna fees and other costs;

"j.', andWHEREAS sob w4
:, a considerable -
.. ,." expenditure has thus

: far been incurred In the d:y ., ire .V
.. \ : clearing of the selected site I f 't'0 7 '
", ''>o/14j and in the actual develop < "
ment thereof; and 7" ..L
: : r. < V . !:.;'f WHEREAS, the locationof e
.' .. a county facility at this ;: MJ4 ... ..;
site will act as an Induce- I
1! ment, and will result in, the .. t. ): ;
I further development of the
Sarasota County .. ",
area, aesthetically as to .. ...
residential as well as indus- yj V V 1 f ** %* > ""
1 i trial development; and < 't *!. <# iiS *f*
J J&jf -
WHEREAS, the response v jitgfr Aafifif-r niiTifT-Tr
to the announcement of the
I! 'LONG. "I said county commissionersof
decision to con

I I STRONG" J J.j the site struct South was a county met Sarasota with facility enthus County at ., 'd i. ''t r

lactic acclaim of the resi

., j dent of the South Sarasota
.j ;Eii : LINE Count area; and
.- .:')A.'dI WHEREAS, economy in
':J'< the expenditure of public
I 0'F" funds and the dictates of
I.. I ,(
good planning
j makes it r s
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mandatory that the
f project
W . -... .., J I' as commenced by the said
II' county commissioners be

completed without any fur,
ther delay and without fur
ther reconsideration as it
p 11,1 workpoweri regards the initial announ
cement which gave rise to
the expenditures and effort
thus far Incurred,
NOW. THEREFORE, be __-_ r OPENED IN 1962, the Venice office

i ', TRUCKS FOR 65.j Sarasota ft resolved County by Committeeof the South occupied this beautiful structure in January 1963 to serve Venice and the

'j'l J, Mart modttt, mere tnglnit, the best In 4- and S-eytlnder, V8 and the 100 residents, Inc, together of South with Sarasota entire South County. Thirty years of sound management and experience has

I Ij It mot Cheery workpowtr diesel power, 18 tough truck enginesIn County concurring: brought good growth and strength. Account insurance by a government agency
, all Including 4 new lower cost That on behalf of all of provides additional
I '";" : The long strong line of Chevy truce diesels. Here's the huskiest bunch I the people of' Sarasota safety, and our continuous pledge la to furnish you the

,t ; for '65 Is rolling In with miles of new of haulers that ever came looking I County the South Sarasota finest service at any of our four locations.FIRST5: .
Like that handfor workl) County Committee of 100.
=-- working equipment I
!I If p '" =.- some Fleetslde pickup that leads the Our word for all this Is workpower.f I Inc. does recommend and

f '1 pack . one of the 18 pickup models That's the stuff that makes a truck e direct that the board of

I J : in, the line this year. real truck. A hard-nosed money-saver. county Sarasota commissioners of
'"'.. economical here and Chevy' County continue
t : : Further along,you'll find Yes, workpower's .its efforts to effectuate
I Chevy-Vans, a wide selection of walkgot It, In such a variety of types and plans for the courthouse the ZI
; In vans, a bigger choice of big trucks, sizes that picking the best truck for as set forth In the expansion -
!. I more lob-tailored components-trucks your job will be easier than It'e ever said board of county com
built to fit your business and budget. been before. If you're In the market, missioner's announcement SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP SARASOTA2The
I e
And under those hoods you find just get In touch with your deAfer. In the month of October,

1963.BE .

Telephone Chevrolet deafer about tny fypt ofiructc IT FURTHER RESOLVED -
.. your" ..! . . "Un ...__.. that a copy of this
resolution be given to each
of the newspapers having a
general circulation in Sarasota
DUNCAN CHEVROLETAT County and to each of
the civic and fraternal organizations
actively engaged

I THE TRAIL & ENGLEWOOD RD. the in betterment Sarasota and County welfareof for i y Ji i -

: Ph. 488-5708 Ph. 4883067. the people of Sarasota '
County, I

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The GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. Men., Sept. 14, 1964-3

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PERSONALSMr' and Mri. Louis Fulop! Foods Ale or Beer R

children Becky, Lisa 1 Plain King Sue or Filter
and their Joseph and Mr. 1'u0P'1mother {, Ctn Ctn pi! I I

week vacation are her at for their a three-home Reg. Jar Qc $2 59 $2 63 6 pak 89cLimit

o rum Street. They Ohio,when 12 12 oz. cansCRACKIN'
lr. Fulop to !is an attorney.: ''lfil'r '11''''tdI _...- ...._ ......, ......... 17"'""

rhlcoBt Fred and Street Annie returned McCulre home on! GOOD SUPER BRAND VAN CAMP'SBiscuits

.after iih'relatives a t month and friends vacation In a;a TS it '), rg I Ice Cream

New Jersey. While there they: Pork Beans
the World's Fair and
Ice returning" home theyeelebraled : Half i
their 32nd Wedding Gal. 48c #300
Llversary. Their daughter I <'
" 8 oz. can 10
"sod family were here from ...... o"C Ice Milk Half Gal. 38c Can C I ,
punchier, N. J. to help them

celebrate. P'11b..--........ 1 __ 11_ ___ v .... '" j
Mrs. Harry Brown on South New
LaMarr k'k'It
Biscayne Boulevard entertained Beauty PHILADELPHIA BRAND Limit Four Pleate \
her sister MM. Russell ,!
ItcMIeld and nephew Mr. i :
1"4,,) Mrs S. C. Boone Jr.

Ions Norfolk( Wayne, Va.and They Sammy had Miami toured from Salon In Nokomis C..eulR Cheese.IOc

the East Coast and be- - -----
ore stopping off here for lev- "With clothing styles and Connecticut School of Hair' In .
era. days. colon to suit every figure Rochester, N.Y., and the CENTER CUT FRESHPork I
Welcome home to Mr. and and the multitude of beauty Harper Training School in pCCENr
Hri. James Mitchell on' aids, there is no reason why Greenwich, Conn. She has 79c I !
erblton[ Avenue after their every woman ahouldn't look been a resident of Venice for fiE Chops lb.
ttttnded summer vacation in her best at all times," amid the part 12 :years She has R/ ,
ijjinum( Conn. petite Mary Bishop. been associated with a number RIB END CUT FRESHPork
Mr Harry Stewart on Los Mary, known throughoutthe of the local cosmetologists :
RIM Street has recently returned during this time. I
area at a top-notch beautician 49c
i lb.
home from the Venice is now associated with The modern alrconditioned WGVE .
oipital( and Is happy to have ,the new LaMarr Beauty Shop shop I. a model of feminin
his two grandsons here for a located just south of Albee ity and charm with its decorof LYKES SUGAR CREEK CHUNK
tlslt Road In Nokomis. The shop beige, gold and cream and I I
Mr and Mrs Whitelaw on officially opened about 10 offers the very latest in hairstyling Bologna .Ib.29c
Grot* Street have returned day ago. permanent waving, .
/from their two-month vaca- hair conditioning as well as WE
toe In Dearborn, Mich., Mary Is a graduate of the facials at moderate prices. / GiVE W-D BRAND I '
where they visited with their
daughter. World' Fair before coming Congratulations to Mr. and Bacon ib. 49
Mrs Isabelle FlgueroaIn. back home. P.S. They are Mrs Victor Strelgal who t Iii : .
Johephine Saano and glad to be home . they said celebrated their 33th Wedding
their brother Joseph!; Betan. it was cold in New York. Anniversary last Friday. The kCELLEN TARNOW OR COPELAND
court left this week to fly Friends in North Port Char. Streigals also reside on South
hack to the Bronx, New York lotte were sorry to hear that Pan American Boulevard. Weiners.Z
after spending three week Mrs. John Smallman passed Pike Effective Sept. Id Tkn 16th pkg. ,31 (
hen visiting with their sister away at her home in Orgt CONSIDERATE THIEF jij
end brother-In-law, Mr and Park, Fla. last Monday Mr Limit; with $2 or More Order
Jlra. Reno Perez. and Mrs. Smallman were MIAMI Mr and Mr.. Joseph Beck- among the earliest residents a movie projector and 4d reels Wesson Oil 24 b t.I 19c
with returned home last Monday here and lived on Maureen of film, including family pictures WE GIVE I oz.

from a seven-week vaca- Avenue taken over a number .,,. '..
daft in New York where they Happy Birthday to David STORE " '" \.>..1 ; .
iiited with their three chil- Mark Cuthbertson, who cele of years, from \the parkedcar lIJ- .
dine on Long Island. While brated his sixth birthday last of Mrs C. S. Vaughn EXTRA.Suwanee
then they enjoyed: a trip on Monday. David is the son of Two nights later a paper I
their son's boat to Montauk he Rer. and Mrs. Charles sack containing the film was ONLY TOPVALIJESTAMPS; ... reIti
point where they had fun Cuthbertson, on South Pan left on the Vaughn's front : Tcmatoes t
ithlnf They also visited the American Boulevard. step. ARMOUR'S STAR r
4 lb. $2.79 303 Can

Englewood-Overbrook GardensMy viOODE'CHfK; ,:; 1 10e

MARX E. KROUFAPhone FREE! This Week .

474-2550 .
Marcrest lLTU __._ .
Dr and Mrs William L. Mr. Machacek's brother and their families and other relatives 1 Stamps---
Huntsman returned Thursday wife. Mr. and Mrs John Mac- and friends at Pittsburgh CeelafioP2 I
from a two weeks vacation In hacek from Coral Cove. Pa., then traveled to : With, the Purchase of. ... .\ N I"
North Carolina. They enjoyed .0- Youngstown, Ohio,where they
viiitlnf for one week with Mr and Mrs. Ray Littletonon picked tip a nephew Charles FUTURISTIC PATTERN Amour StarCanned Flakes I (
Maaur Jr., and
R. family
their ton-in-law and daughter, Melody Lane entertained
Dr and Mrs James E. Grlz- as weekend guests Mr. and who accompanied the Robin.
ale and children in Chapel Mrs. Edmond (Shorty) Stephens sons on their trip through the Oval Soup 8 01. pig.
Hill. Togethehr Dr and Mrs. from Cocoa, Fla. Mr. and west. I
Huntsman, Dr. and Mrs. Grlx- Mrs. Stephens are former Highlights of the trip were
ill and family had a week's residents of Englewood. stopovers at Yellowstone Nat. 4" can $2.79 19c
vacation at Hanging Rock - fond Park, the Grand Canyon SPOON .
State Park near Danbury, N I a tour of the U. S. Mintat :
St Ann's Circle of St. Raphael's
C The Huntsman are now Denver and a bus trip to I ,
Catholic Church will
living In the Guy: Wood homeat have a bake sale in the the top of Pike's-0-Peak. WITH COUPON FROM BOOK AND SAVE lOc WHITE
1860 Bayshore Drive, while Church Hall Sunday, Sept. 13. $1 OR MORE FOOD ORDERRedeem
their new home Is being built Mr. and Mrs. Ray Love of'' Nall f Cial
from the
on Creek Lane Drive. They -0- Highway 775: are entertainingas the Valuable Coupon 11"0'1"'" Blea"h limit Two 19C
formerly lived on Lakeview Mrs. Irene Robertson of 352 their guest, a cousin, Mrs. I Booklet you received 'In the mail oft Table- ,
Lane and sold their home to Wentworth St has returned Hazel Love from Pennsylvania. ware, Special Bargains and Top Value
Mr from enjoyable seven SAVE 10e STOKELY
and Mrs. Robert McIntosh .n Stamps.
of Warren, Pa. week vacation up North. She -- 46 ez. (as !
visited her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harley John. : Tomo Umd Two lAC
Mr and Mrs. David Bird- ulce
Mr and family of 510 Leach Mr. and Mrs Gordon Robertson son arrived from Toledo, I FROZEN ''FOODS .. .
and two boys: in Cherry
Ohio, and are now making
returned Sunday from a SAVE 7e CAMPBELL'S OR HEINZLIllY'S
and also wentto
Point N C.,
inn their home in the Brook ToBay
-week FROZEN
Clayton, Ga.camping trip near Michigan-o-and Ohio. Trailer-0-Ranch. T OIDG I 0 5 NaCasts TaD 19C ,

-- The Rev. and Mrs William Eng Peas Oup.
Mr. and Mrs. John BrejackWarned Everhart of 409) McCall Road Mr. and Mrs. Florlan V. limit Four
to their home at 471 have as guests their son-in- O'Day and family of High- SAVE 4e CRACKIN' GOOD
Cedar Street last Tuesday law and daughter, Mr. and land, Ind, are back In Englewood .
from a three week vacationUP Mrs Jim Nations and infant at their home on ) Saltines. t lJmrtPkg.T 19c
North. They visited Co son of Los Angeles Nations South Mangrove and Palm 2 10 M. Pkgs.29c . . .
lumbus Station, Ohio;Quaker. taught school in Englewoodfor Grove. They also have a
town, pt, Stratford. Conn five years before going to home In Indiana and com- SAVE bile DRORES I
East Patterson, N.1., and Los Angeles. Mrs Nations Is mute back and forth. No.' +
Pamac, N. J. While In New the former Miss Bonnie Ever -0- SWANSON FROZEN MEAT Pink SallDon Umit i Two19c:
Jersey they visited Mrs. Br.Jack' .- hart. She and Jim have many Mrs. William Burchett of l
J s mother, Mrs. Anna friends here and naturally Neptune Drive, a former Dinners dI 39' SAVE 10 THRIFTY MAIDApple ;
Janice of Passlac, who has every one that know them teacher at Englewood, has accepted ,
been! very 111, but is Improved wants to see their baby. His a position in Fort My. 250l.GlIII
IIOW'0 name la Loren Townsend and ers this year. She will go FROZEN RITE Sauce limit T we 19EBread '
he I is 15 months old. Jim re from one school to another to t .. N. 1
ha'k:: and Mrs Joseph turned to Los Angeles Thurs teach speech therapy. This Dough *> 49' i \
on Venisota; adM entertained day where he Is now employ. will Include all the schools In I'
for dinner, Sunday. ed. Mrs. Nations will\ remain Lee County.
here with her parents for a -0- ''I

longer visit Mr. and! Mrs. A. J. Cos- BAKERY SPECIAL I,
MUST SELL . a Mr. and Mrs--Charles Willis peter of Overbrook Road and
of Pelican Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Masin of DIXIE DARLING BROWN A SERVE .
BEFORE WEDNESDAY AT end daughter. 1425: St. Clair Road attendedthe :
GIVEAWAY PRICES Road, Grove City, returned "Knot Head" convention' Rolls Pkg.19E j.
home Sunday eveningfrom Twin l2 Pak AI
In Clearwater last Saturday,
e A twIn bed end tablet a three month vacationIn Sunday and Monday t
and Maine and New York.
coffee tablet to match I DIXIE DARLING RAISIN
' two>> Ratten chain of- - Robertson O e O
Mr. and Mrs Byron: F.
rice desk miscellaneous of Manasota Beach TROPHIESAWARDS Cinn. Buns Pak Pkg.29E
itemt, Road recently returned home

Phone 488-5911 1 from a 14,000 mile vacation DIXII DARLING LARGE SANDWICH
trip through the north and
#2 Cornwell on the Gulf west. They first visited Mrs I
Robinson's two brothers and EXECUTIVE GIFTS Bread . Lare L f 25c I j ja


to School" C Ca

SPECIAL Fail' Service Low PrkeiImmediate Margarine 19'FRESH I

Caryl Richard PERMANENT ,, DtUvtry en moil' items" i
Some day enaravlne II needed

REG.S15-NOWS5.00 I
Came" ,In today, ,PRODUCE
Limited( time only) write, er M'.phon.. FANCY 'plre 'Ili : N



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121 N. Tamtaml' Trell Pti.4 8-IJ57 .1231 North Gulf.....'" Avenue FANCY ITALIAN"

(next to J.4H. Drug Store) )I'I'MtIII""s en Telephone the ioyfront",5-690'Saraieta Prune Plums 3-49 12 n.> Eons 27c ::1, I

of FCA. Winners .f( style I coloring contests I J .


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GONDOLIER V.nTc.. 1 11. Mon., S.p' I.. 1964 ,

1 t ORlp'it 'YOUR GOVERNMENT REPORT BY "Let's Plant A Garden"


last; week In article number tallest flowers graduated aled. Use a good organic tee
FARMS BRYANT one we discussed the down to a border of the short tillzer sparingly and scatter
Governor of Florida preparation of soil for our est. it well keeping it away from
fall and winter garden By After they are all planted the base of the plants. TwJ
CONSERVATION IN ACTIONAs this time we should be well on and have had a few days to should be don every three to
MEMBER!: OP THB ASSOCIATED PRESJ r MEMBER OP THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION the way to having our ground become established in the four weeks during the grow ,
recently a* 1M7 many more on the way. If necessary ready for planting. Now let's ground, start feeding them log season. At all times U
Th. Auooutro: p,.. M ...,......" annual M t M tor npiblmtim A III n... dln.kb a or tpwlBl not' oth.rwl.dlcpmtebM.'.silo t._tkl. p.....p c. u4 .... bed Mm tablKIud kmm.. AU rt,ISblo e< n*.bU Mkof the experience of rowing lion gallons of water each> Some of us like old-fashion- least twice per week. Go At times we have a fungui

Tho .... and bed, drartlilnc nut-tit ., Mlo. nompopor II oprrlhto u< Mi opub I ..ago" Yt a boat across their front yard, minute-enough to supply the I ed gardens along the lines oft to your garden center stores which attacks annuals. It u
t ....1, rorblddm users bit vrlttm ptmlHloi.Publlibid / and wading through their living daily water needs of Miamiin l the English gardens whichare and the folks there will advise commonly known as "damn
room. Just eight minutes so lovely and colorful. you as to the best typeof off." The plants have a ten!
E rr Mondu sad Th. trees I1-H B. Mlul' Anno
'. Twenty years ago seven of These contain practically liquid or water soluble for dency to wilt as though boil.
j EnWTMl A. Swot ClM Matter At tat Offlo 41 v...... florid. The stored water is I
every 10 acres in South Florida directly by farmers for irrigation every type of flowering annual tilizer to use. log water had touched them. '

EDWARD D. BALL ...................... ............ .. .. Editor and Publisher were continually submerged of their fields and for grown here. To name a Stir the Sod Since an ounce of prevention
t and of few are Hollyhocks, With a narrow rake or hoe, is worth a pound of
COURTNEY WILLIS ... ........................ ........ Advertising Manager flooded periodically.It every 20 acres protection frost of growing damage. crops City,I Queen, they Ann's Lace: Blue Lace stir the soil around each plant ply a fungicide to the cure garden, e>

4 SAM DILLON .. ..... ........ ................... Newt and Newsphoto Editor The 'Central and Southern dwellers against use it indirectly alIt Flower, Larkspur, Lupine, while they are: young. Barely area. This can be combined

ROGER KILBY............. ........... ........... Mechanical Superintendent Florida Flood Control District seeps back into the earth, Salvia (both blue and red), scratch below the surface of with the liquid fertilizer s jj{ >
has made past history of thissort refilling the undergound wa) Phlox, Calendula Carnations, the ground near the plants as small quantities and applied
Dlanthus Pansies, Petunias disturb or destroy every other time the
of in Florida. you may fertllii.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3 29 per year, $3.25 per six months, (2.79 The reason thing can live in ter supplies that furnish them (double, single and ruffled., the roots. This Is then a good er is used.
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $329 per year, ".25 what nature you Intended ai a water for drinking, bathing,[ Snapdragon, Alyssum, Lobelia time to apply the liquid fertilizer We will continue this dta.\
per six months, $3 per three months. of floodplain and cooking, watering Nemesis and so on. as the ground will absorb mission next week in article
''I Adv.rtUini. RtpNMntMlm rio Id. P,.. S.r..H. CiltiOTllta, fta.1 A_. N_ IwimmutlvH. swamp a countless other uses. Industries If you have a wall or high it better when it is sireI three.
.... .. still have a dry, comfortable
New York N I I A.I. Gal Dot. Miss can now move to Florida
r home a lush yard and plentyof with the assurance of a hedge, strategically placed I \
as a background for the old
fresh, clear water from
the faucet Is conservation. stable water supply. fashioned garden, this is nice
Beach Safety Conservation- simply means The conservation areas also 1 However if there is no wall Attention Drivers!

"to save" and that is the job create homes for all typesof or hedge, start the back1 .

j Venice city officials have mad a sin three more torpedo floats, binoculars and, of the Florida Flood Control wildlife and provide a mil.1 ground of your garden with
, lion acre fishing, hunting and the tallest of the plants pref.errably -
and effort in recent months last authorization to install District to save water, to
tern telling Tuesday, an camping playground for Plor- the Hollyhocks Place

I to provide safety' for swimmers at the emergency telephone In the cabana stand save even. land to !save to lives.Natur.'s save. property, idiana and visitors.Employment. these fairly close together, is SEPTEMBERYOUR

; I,, municipal beach. and the purchase of a small skiff for own plan for conservation stake about them 10 inches for support.apart and Di-

t And the Improvements have paid off rescue wor"Another flood in South Florida of standIng Up rectly in front of these plant
safety measure) which has been long periods the Queen Ann's Lace. This BIRTH MONTH?
in greater; attendance and ute of the water then drought-did
1 1 public beach than aver before in the discussed by City Council Is the Installation not include man Brown Reports the gives garden a fairylike with laciness its lovely to

i history of the city. of a hand railing or rope extendingfrom Only a thin strip of coastal TALLAHASSEE: state white heads.
i the beach Into the water for the land where the seas has cre- Industrial Commission Chairman Next plant the Blue Lace 'IF so. please' check your. driver's
i Several weeks ago City Council authorized ated a long series of sand Worley Brown reporteda Flower: each one Is slightly
benefit of persons having difficulty getting dunes we call the coastal drop of almost $2 millionin lower in height. Then plant
I the hiring of a full-time lifeguard. ridge, was high and dry during license. It need renewal.
In and out of the water. unemployment compensa- the Snapdragons./ Every color may .
Since then, the city has provided more officials to have most of the year. tion payments to Florida Jobless Snap should be used for massed
City finally
i i" funds for the purchase of other ,needed appear The early settlers built for the second quarter of color effect. They shouldbe
realized what a major attraction they homes along the coastal ridge 19S4 compared to the same planted six to eight inches
;/ lifesaving equipment. have in the beach for visitors and residents and lived comfortably, but as period a year ago. apart and staggered in at JOHN T. GRAHAM
Added the Florida's climate drew more Brown said payments for least two or more rows. Each
'i to safety equipment have alike In whose depends
a city
', : economy and more people the ridge the second quarter in 1964 will support the other. Sarasota
been two additional lifeguard stands, largely on touriim. became crowded and men began ending June 30 totaled $5- Graduated Height County Judge
f to move westward Into 831.184 compared to $7,537,651 This gives us a graduated
the fringe of the Everglades last yea r. height from possibly eight -
Attempts to drain and Irrigate And Brown said that at feet down to three feet. Now
. > tJ! Monkey BusinessThen small sections of the mid-summer all angles of the for the real massed color ef
vast swamp seemed to workat Florida employment situation feet plant Petunias double

: are certain groups that want age of 20 must put In $1.69 during his first but men soon found reflected an expanding and and/or single, Calendulas ONE POLICY MOTELmSURANCE
they were upsetting the balance growing economy to a year Salvia. both red and blue.
)1 I Washington/ to rule and regulate just about working lifetime for each dollar ha maybe of nature making the ago.Jobs Carnations, Dianthus and

\ I. everything. This Is worth restating now entitled to draw, if he lives long floods and droughts more were up and unem gradually work down to a ?

I that an effort is under way to have the enough to draw anything. severe ployment June nonfarm was down. border of Alyssum and sapphire
It was clear that men must employment blue Lobelia.
; \-' federal government regulate private pension "The pension system for Federal em develop a conservation plan at 1.482.500 was 68,700 above The shape of this gardencan You bet!

n i. plans which, so far as anyone can ployes happens to be about $35 billionin -not just a drainage plan, June 1963Meanwhile. be round square, oblong

see, have been doing fine job the red" the National Association for the entire region, and the unemploymentat contoured kidney shaped, or
says 94,000 in June
was 22,600 helter-skelter.
Flood Control District was long as we Call today for
: The excuse for federal regulation of of Manufacturers, and ". . the thing Is created in 1949 to put into action below June a year ago. use the same pattern of the me

.: '" course, would be to protect the plan In a mess." Substantial Increases In contributions such a plan. Brown said the good conditions the Personal Touch

(j ;; members and beneficiaries. In the light to the Railroad Retirementfund The purpose of the plan Is summer continued through the of Tal'lored.PIOtCCtkB.
simple: to remove water from
ef that the government's experience with have ". . had to be Instituted to the land rapidly during flood July nonfarm employmentwas Cadets Ready ?

t } its own pension system is significant keep It solvent" periods and store it for use at 1,463,200 70.800 above, while a year ago 0

The social; security fund his been shrink.l These are examples of government running during dry seasons. But putting was 21,400 below unemployment July,

l '" fog and et the same time more peopleare pension systems I Ii would; seem that. not"so the simple.plan l into The action normal was 1963Unemployment For Big WindCivil

becoming eligible for larger benefits. It has a lot of learning to do before it method of storing water is to compensation
payments July were Air Patrol cadets of
l This means that each new entrant at theWrong monkeys with the private plans the dam up a stream allowing better than $300,000 below the Venice Composite Squadron
to in
water collect a watershed
area behind the dam. were organized into an
However in Florida emergency rescue team Wednesday
_ ,11 IncentiveJames by Cadet
the land Is flat and natural Technical Trade
Officer Mark Stlres becauseof
I, streams few, dams are not ,
the threat of
gale force
practical. The Flood Control
I Long, poD editor of the Oregon salary for lawmakers . $22,500, a year District had to create water Classes OpenThe winds to the Venice area

fJ Journal ailed residents of Portland and to $30,000." storage areas. Sarasota Community frnm Stlres Hurricane reported Dora.later that

vicinity: Do you approve of the $7,500 They started by using Lake School has openings in several the team was on the alert for
It was pointed out by persons questioned Okeechobee as a controlled of the Trade and Technical
i a year, pay raise congressmen voted for that there Is no shortage of candidates water storage area. Then classes. Registrations will persons protecting needing their assistance property in
themselves? with earth dikes created be taken at scheduled
they regularly
from ,'
for Congress and that there area anticipated high winds. V*
The results, In three huge reservoirs south meetings.
percentages: Approve Assisting Stires with the
j number of congressmen who do not deserve of It. Welding classes In gas,
.. 22.7; disapprove 74.5; no opinion 2.B. such a raise. These conservation areas, electric and hellarc are rescue teams was Warrant base communicator Officer ROSS DURANT

Said Mr. Long "The thing that lifted covering more area than the scheduled for Tuesday or Marge Place, senior Information .
the eyebrows of molt of poll participants If Income t is to be the Incentive for state of Rhode Island, gave Thursday and run for nine officer; Lt John 416 Mahon Dr.

was not the raise Itself but the site of seeking high political office, the futureof the the Dirtrlct rainy season.some place And to put be- weeks.The Automotive Carbure- DeBaltz., and lauadron Gerald commander Arenberg.- Venice Ph. 488.2441ulo.'Ownet's

j the raise and its proportion to the present our republic is on a shaky foundation cause the unwanted water has tlon Class, Industrial Mathematics deputy commander for ca
not been dumped out to sea- Beginning Radio and
I I as would be done if the project ). TV Service, Drafting and Advanced dets.All cadets were available

f Grassroots OpinionsWhen were concerned only with Industrial Electronics, according to Stlres, because
. Ii I will
drainage-the water is avail- meet each Tuesday and of the closed schools Cedet
able for use during the dry Thursday evenings. Executive Officer Dianne
i GIDDINSS TEXAS, STAR: "When we wire In don't Small Engine repair class
standing an alley we months of the year. Crawford served as operations
I j I 'I sit back and do not express our viewpoint worry about our cigarette) ashes. Whllllw.'r. More than (SO miles of Commercial es, Machine Art Shop, Industrial Practice officer from her homeon
canals have been dug to carry Casey Key Miss Crawfordalso
or raise objection to Ideas that do
we In someone's neat and attractive the water to and from Electronics I and II, Advanced Is director of the Cadette
i i not believe in, we are hastening the time living room, we do. It's the same with these conservation areas and Radio and TV Service, Medical Team.

f when we will not have the privilege of parks, picnic places, swim beaches and counties, cities and groups of Sheet classes Metal will be and held Electrical on Mondays ,

1 i il expressing our views. If wa fall Into the highways. The cleaner they are and the landowners their flood-prone can now land with lace and Wednesdays from for an fd'e:5.:
r habit of the of '7:00: to 10:00: p.m. at Sarasota
j I taking path least resistance more attractive, the more we're inclinedto small, secondary canals that High School. enjoyableday GOLF

I or if we fail to say NO when we keep them that way. And so era other empty Into the larger primary The cost of the course Is a of

feel no is the right answer-.even if It is canals. $3.00 registration fee plus jJI/h
people"e The land Is flat in South
books and materials in
the some
popular then
one we are saying Florida that the direction that classes. TRY

that the Ideals that our forefathers died ALMA, MICH., RECORD: "The current water flows is often determined Additional information may SARASOTAGOLF

k for were not important. . Express your.nelfl race riots gripping many of the larger by the way the wind is. be obtained by stopping at CLUB
blowing. So, the Flood Control the Sarasota
I' Whatever the results whether theygo cities throughout the country are causing District had to Install School Office in Community Sarasota

for the moment more In the directionof Immeasurable harm to everyone concerned huge pumps to fore water High School or calling 958- FEES Y. G. .. . $3.00

extremism or away from it, we will end to the nation at a whole . through the canals. 1332 from 8:00 a,m. to 4.00: Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
Eight of these giant pumps pm. and 8:00: pm. to 10:00::
,I. know In our own hearts that our own attitudes While It may be much to ask, If coolness arc already in operation, with pm. South of Sarasota ..

and actions contributed to the re and real leadership can be accomplishedIn ---

suits A nation gets the kind of government achieving this objective of freedom and NOW OPEN; i

\ It deserves! Let us deserve government brotherhood, we as a people and a nation The Southern Comfort ,
'by the PEOPLE1. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
can gain a position In modern society
C e unparalleled In the history of the

EVERETT, WASH., HERALD: "All of world. This Ts an objective well worth

t us react pretty much to our environment working for!" SEE IT ATYenlca

I: Oftl; i r, II t Library Column South Blvd. after Florida.. .

I ) by B. Lea Newton andAlligator Drlv. a swim, beer is a natural


I' + I' FAMOUS On s hot rummer day a dip b i cooIltI'eaIn cut be wondertuU/
; American Inventor Samuel F. Stowe Longfellow and Washington IrvIng. -a a
refreshing. Equally .fterwtrdl
B. Morse was s friend of James Fenimore Richard H. Dana of Two Yean Before with friends is t hearty glut of beer whenyou're There'l hardly relaxing another bow

Cooper. The Mast fame acknowledged "the rich erage around that suits what you do for fun s. much si beer.
I In I 1833 Morse wrote he had observed variety of delight which Cooper's Laathentocking t Camping,hiking, or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer brings to
I each
: the
just right touch of
1 adventure stories by Cooper conspicuously novels afford. And modern on your approved lot Your extra good living.
I' glass of beer fa also reminder that
displayed In European bookstores English novelist found a
many Phyllis Bentley in we live In s land of personal freedom eaict1.
-and that to
I and added also they had been seen by Coopers works "the basic American beer end ale, If WI 10 desire,,Is just one but 111 our nportmC right doer l
American travellers "In the languages of ethos: Individual freedom." I Designed & Built by those pereonel freedonle..

l Turkey' and Persia In Constantinople, in THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS, THE FRANCIS EVANS 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large) living room In
>, Egypt, at Jerusalem at Ispahan." DEERSLAYER, and THE SPY are at the 2190 South U.S. 41 and Florida room. @ goes with fun,with relax tins

y' The eminent William Dean Howell In Venice Area Public Library where the I Venice I Florida Few homes are so carefully executed WOTU 11.ass all 8TATU WIll1ll BUWUS tAlI,11.0IIIo\, ASSOCIATION,INC4'Th. (

Ct his Italian Journeys noted that cultivated reader may recapture "the rich variety (M N. of Cyroi). to provide the maximum of ease, comfort -

I Italians knew at least four American writ. of delight." ph. 488-1553 and spaciousness.

yt' ? art In this order Cooper, Harriet Beecher USE YOUR UBftAAY.

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) Attracts r ''IIie LTt'l' 'tftfc:1t: A.. JXOIf., Sep', n. t464-S!

150 Guests I Nokomis School '

Adds Four New GOP Women Giving PartiesTo ; 1

El- 19j4 Staff MembersSummer , I;

activities drew the Raise Campaign Funds i I
_ teachers at Nokomis Elementary 1:1: \I IPPP

,, School to all parts of the Mrs Emmy R ffly and Drive will each entertain at Ili Ilit II I
f il' country and upon their return I Mr*. Thomas M. Fagan are her home and Mrs George
a ? to classrooms last week they co-chairmen of a series of Republican Grassle will be hostess at her .
were 'Joined by four
new staff
members, Mrs fund-raising dessertbridge Casey Key home on Friday.
Mary Cornettof parties being held in Mrs. Carl Hamilton of 232
Venice Gardens and Mrs. homes of the party member San Marco Drive will entertain

I rison Ethel and Casey, Mrs Helen Mor Nine have already been ....- on Sept. 22 and Mrs, Lydia -
Mrs Patricia
t all of Nash en and planned for Septem Domm of 721 Armada
Mrs. Cornett ber. The first was given Tuesday Road on Sept. 29. J
previously by Mrs and further Information
Fagan Anyone desiring
taught In
! rf, Sur 4 I I, Okeechobee. Mrs Mrs. Rellly at the Fagan about the partiesor .AJ
Casey Is ,
former i
a New York i9..
er, Mrs at 328 Sorrento St. project should call either
Nash is from
New Twenty-one guests attendedand Mrs Reilly or Mrs. Fagan
Jersey and Mrs. Morrison ;
an ex-West is $27 was raised for campaign Mrs Reilly aeld.Geigley .
expenditures I tj'
A new primary building Thursday Mrs. Al Nord. 1 It
was added
the school
In the summer, durp strom of Casey Key was hostess Receives '
at her home and on Friday
Elinor Eklund, principal Mrs. 4
William G. Home
was mother-of-the-groom Jr. of Casey Silver DolphinsJohn
Key entertained
*:hw' at her younger son's wedding at her home, Mrs, RoswellWrigley I NAVY CADET CLYDE I I
f In Berkeley, Calif, before fly. I II''
Ing to the gave a second party D. Geigley Jr., fire I i
go to University of Chlca- that day at her home at 425 control technician seaman, t
Pursue post-graduate
Alhambra Road USN, has been awarded the
keynote studies She speaker recently and acted conau1t-as Mrs August Waeldln was Navy's silver dolphins. Clyde Lassen i 'II i

ant on curriculum hostess Saturday at her Venice He is the son of Mr and
and class
Gardens homeThursday I
room organization in Mrs John D Geigley of 1211
vile Ga. Gaines Mrs. Frank Reran Cypress Ave. To Be Pilot
at the
of Casey Key and Mrs Silver I
workshop for teachers and dolphins are insignia I'
Earle Swift of 425
Bayshor worn by enlisted -
principals In Hall person-
County. Clyde E. Lassen, son of !
Mrs Helen nel who complete a six-month
Gregory .
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lassen t _
rian-teacher training program on board a I
after six weeks VNWC Luncheon f
of Grove City, is in the second
of teaching in submarine Before receivingthe
the pre-school of i
phase Navy flight
Program at dolphins each man is examined \
Venice Elemen !
raining at Sausley Field,
tary School, attended her old. Held WednesdayAn on submarine systemsand Pensacola.
r Venice Civic Orchestra, Fan Goldensteln, conductor est son's wedding In penn yl- operating procedures by ,j
vania arrangement of candelabra his leading petty officers and He was graduated AUK 23rompreflight i
Teachers who and shasta daisies commissioned officers school at Navy
enjoyed their by
e ISO persons attended Ing. Many have not yet returned from Richard Wagner's operas tentatively planned for the change-of-pace right at home, Mrl. Adrlen Bethel decorated Gelgley is serving aboard Air Cadet Station in Pensa-
Nocturne Hour Music from summer vacations late fall or winter.Next Included Mrs Angel. Mrs. the speaker's table at the the submarine, USS Trutta, cola after which he was home ,I
j meeting Tuesday evenfat director said The orchestra meets each meeting of the Nocturne Eloise Mitchell Mrs Dorothy Venice > Nokomis Woman's operating with the Sixth Fleetin on leave for four days before '
t the Elks I Club at which Mrs, Ann Lord, club presi Thursday at 7:45: p.m at Venice Hour Club, a federated Ripley Mrs Florence Harms, Club luncheon meeting Wednesday the Mediterranean His reporting to his new stn- Ii'
I Venice Civic Orchestra, dent was in charge and dispensed Junior High School band music club will be on Oct 13 and Mr. Barbara Needle duties Include maintaining ion He will be commissioned i
r the direction of Paul with, the business room and rehearsals are open at the Laurel home of Mr., man Mrs Needleman com Bethel decoratel the and repairing missile fire an ensign upon completion of 1 \t
lenstein,, made its firstappearance meeting in order that the to the public. A concert is and Mrs. Paul Melroy, muted to St. Petersburg for other s'I luncheon tables with i control systems including the 14-month course at Saus- .
since it public might be invited to Field and receive his !i
.IC hear the orchestra -- an SRA Reading Workshop. glorlosa lilies and greenery. weapon direction systems. Icy will
reactivated two years Refreshments At the close of the summer Mrs Fergus Hunter presided A graduate of Venice High ilot'i wings after four addt- r
mission.were served at Inter. Presbyterian Women Install Mrs Angel and Mrs Mitchell at a short business meet- School, he entered the Navy lonal months at Corpus Chris- r
e! program rehearsal was. workshop a corn- visited their families in West I ng and Mrs. Gene Green, in October 1962. tl, Texas. r..
Special guests were memo Virginia and Tennessee program chairman, Introduc Cadet Lassen was graduated
; JO members of the 50hber ()- bers of Cecilian Music Society 1964-65 Officers Tomorrow Mrs Carol Sherman studiedat ed the guest speaker Mrs VYC Schedules from Venice High School y
orchestra participatIsprey -
Nocturne Hour Club Appalachian College in Dorothy Lantz. Mr.. Lantz reviewed In I960 and entered the Navy ,
Youth sponsors, families of orchestra Willliam C. Payne Sr., treasurer; Mrs. :Evelyn Ow Boone, N. C., and expects to two novels and a humorous Disney Movie\ In 1961. He entered Officer
members and civic offic member of the board of dea en, corresponding secretary complete her master's degree biography recently acquired Candidate School in May.
At USF ials. cons of Venice-Nokomls Presbyterian and Mrs. Arthur Laughlin next summer. Mrs Claire by Venice Free Public Wednesday win be movie His parents received a let.ter -
Trolls The performance was en. Church will Install parliamentarian Stone, with her four sons and Library. As librarian, she also night for Venice Yacht Club from Capt. J. H. Cald-
,ben G Kauffman; son of thuslastically received, Mrs. 1964-69 officers of the Officers of the past year husband spent the summer discussed the success of members and their guests. well, pre-flight school commanding .i
and Mrs George H. ; Lord said. church's Women of t h e will be recognized and their In New England, part of the summer children's story hour "Vanishing Prairie," another officer at Pensacola
( man Jr, of Osprey, en- I Six numbers were present Church tomorrow at 9:30: a. annual reports presentedMrs time camping out Mrs Chlo- and spoke of new books which in the Walt Disney True- Naval Air Station, on Sept i,
University of South ed: "Flag" of Truce" by L. P. m. at the fellowship hall David McIntyre, accom rene Blades visited her family will soon be available to the Life ,Adventure series will be 3. informing them of their "
I ida, Tampa, this month I Laurenengear, excerpts from Mrs Luclan P. Smith will panied by Mrs. Lester R and two married daugh public. the feature film. son's high standing in his 1 '
lit pre-engineerlng stult Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony assume the officers of the Wendt, will sing "The Lord' tore, In Illinois, California and The club's social bridge afternoon An early showing for children training work.
t, "Fantasy" by Mozart, presidency and Mr.. WilliamP. Prayer" Texas, and William Pitcock Wednesday at 1 p.m. has been scheduled forT I
iobert was graduated this "La Giaconda" by Ponchelll, Heagy will be the new Members of Circle 5 will spent some time in West Vir. at the clubhouse will have as pm. and a second showing Skunks are found, only in !
Ing front Cardinal Mooney i 'The' United Liberty" by F vice-president. Other officersto serve as hostesses. Kinla visiting family and hostesses Mrs W S. Court, for adults is set for 8:30: p,m. America \ [ 1
ill School, Sarasota He H. Losey, "Andante Canta be installed are: Miss Program chairmen to be Installed friends. Jrs. Joseph Feytel and Mrs a
I employed at Laurel Boat bile" from Tchaikovsky'sFifth Catharine Huntsman secretary are: Mrs Crelghton Alexander Hooker Refreshments -
I during the summer. Symphony and excerptsDHL'S ; Mrs Hugh Kinzerloll Hatten, personal faith and will be served and door
family life; Mrs' Samuel S Lieber prizes awarded. Membersand -NOTICE-

Fashion Picture Summary Can Make Roth action, ;Christian Mrs John community A. John i I Gets RN Degrees Duplicate their guests bridge are is invited.played :

ston, ecumenical missions Diana Leiber daughter every Thursday at 1 p,m. at (CORRECTION) I I

and relations, and Mrs G. E of Mr. and Mrs Charles the clubhouse .
reams Look In Shopper's Eyes Come True Youngberg, leadership and I Leiber of Grove St, Nokomis, DANCE CLASSES ',, '
resources was graduated from Jackson
for the woman of these planned* wardrobe can save briDstrt orange, fed, and pink Standing committee chairmen Memorial Hospital School of LA MARR ADULTS a TEEN-AGE 'a CHILDRENREGISTRATION
no matter what the both money and time and fortunately ton... The variety include; for the year will be Nursing in Miami on Friday. 1
radar lays, tall arrives this year there are grape, plum, purple, royal Mr.. Galen Barnes, white Mr and Mrs Leiber attend. BEAUTYSHOP
|week. cross; Mrs James Weaverstamps ed the
available for and violet. commencement exercises
styles every purple, eggplant,
Will be held on MONDAY Sept. Uffa'" Instead of Tu..-
; Mrs Richard Acker- at Dade
iewljr-outfitted taste and coloring. Pink now a staple favoritefor County Audlorium -
youngsters, man, visitation, and Mrs William Dr Kermit H. Gates. day. Adult & Teen-Age Ballroom 7 to 9 p.m. Children
cowed In school, this week Mils Dickenson, clothingand year round wear, is a bold '
ant to the distaff side of textile specialist, pointsout mixer in zingy pink, cyclamen Cadwallader United 'director of Dade County Department SPECIAL & Teen-Age Stage Arts 2:30 to S.30 p.m. Classes start
population and that that the use of color with and fuchsia ahadea.Blue. Church Women Mrs WilliamP. of Hospitals and PERMANENT following week.VENICE .

|amjp look In every worn- color sets the scene for both and greens are strong Heagy representative will serve as publicity Jackson director Memorial executive GARDENS RECREATIONAL CENTER I
presided at the
I'eyes can be fabrics and fashions this fall. services
attributed to favorites with the oriental Circle
ftemplaUon of her new fall To add confusion and variety, shades of blue from bright be Mrs.council Walter leaders will at which 391 students BALLROOM CLASSES for ADULTS and TEEN-AGE r
rdrobe and colors, dramatic : Tomlinson received their diplomas in 5.95 FOX TROT WALTZ CPA. CHA CHA. RUMBA. TANGO, \
111 eyestrain brilliant and true royal blue to glowIng Circle 1; Mrs J. W. Butler, f 1 v e specialized medical ROCK *. ROLL B088A NOVA.* as DANCES ,
perusing the fashion prints, dimensional textures purple-Influenced sapphireand Circle 2: Ms Everett H fields.
Canines and pattern rack.. and significant fiber and into the CLASSES for CHILDREN and TEEN-AGE la f
green-tinged Brown, Circle 3, Mrs. HughMcPherson Miss Leiber was graduatedfrom
|dvance finish will characterize MARY BISHOP BALLET, TAP, ACROBATIC ind MODERN JAZZru5TeoNAn ,
researching of the developments tones of brlstol and peacock.. Circle 4; Mrs Venice High School in
\burn picture by Alma War- the fashion scene. with Center .,. ...... : ,
Outstanding greens are Melvin devenger, Circle S, 1961 and worked as a Candy Formerly Ban II III. Ad. Gaels. II 5flJIChIIdn.
I the and Elizabeth Dickenson Important new. is that the blue-toned as emerald, jade, Mrs Charles Pile, Circle 8, Striper with Venice Hospital Beauty Salon a I..aa. ale, I
l lion state agricultural ex- skirt hemlines will not change and the deeper pine tones of Mrs L. M. Danklefs, Circle Auxiliary Volunteers while in U.S. 41 NOKOMISS. MR. & MRS. EARL ATKINSON r
service can tie togethI and that slimness, with ease 7 Mrs Wham Cadwallader
spruce and bottle green ; school. She will Join' the Jackson of Albee Rd.
*! loose ends for the con. sums up the fall silhouette Such chutney tones as blaze Circle 8. and Mrs Herbert 1 nursing staff after graduation PH. 483 5560 Residence, 4838 Hlgel Ave., Tel. 924.0325CaB Mornings t
d chopper, before she Shifts and slimline princes. shades of extendingInto Walker, Circle 9. -
ol stores. A pre- styles "In" and long sleeves spice tortoise. _ ,._ ___._ ___ I II
copper -
accentuate the slender look. -
I and deep terra cotta are important I
In the color spectrum you'Ube
ARLIE GRAY seeing flaming orange and newcomers this sea

\\AT SCHOOL i GALLERY tomato reds. Winterberry son.Gold shades range from ST. ARMAND'S '
this season's version of cran-
CLAsal'AND)!! 1e1AcOtesAwneG berry-Is a significant shade clear patent, taxicab yellow I I 1.1.

";....J n ua..i, : . for fall Rich purple and all seen in the junior and sportswear -a \ f

III v..... A.., its variations are top fashion markets, to warm topaz: I '
and hues Newest
news in combination with cognac KEY "
-- browns are reddened as OSEMARY
IN SARASOTA chestnut and walnut or blackened -
and sophisticated as e*
LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE presso brown.
Neutrals and black with r
draw to the background of

CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vlnyk multicolor tweeds, plaids, and
prints. Camel, of course, and SENSATIONAL
burlap, parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER its newer paler version, win-
AT Reasonable PRICES Prompt Service. ter wheat, are definitely in BOUDEN :

A medium granite into slightly

Alto hundreds of lampshade In itock. All deeper new slate sparked grey looks with especially CLEARANCE !

shapes and ,II... color. .
.L H We Mote Lamp Out of Voice, 'ot... ere, Elegant frosted pales led I I
II by white frost and featuring
I 1115 S. Trail '/ block: North of Sean pale taffy, crystal pink, cloud < ,. '

IN SARASOTA blue, aqua ice, coral glaze-
very new lime sherbet, and SALE

delicate amathyst are equally I I
at home for both daytimeand '

FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL Design evening trends fabrics feature primitive Lamps r

Principal: : JEAN SPEAR (MISTD) peasant and country I 'i I : t
prints. In the latter look for Gifts
amusing hootenanny designs
You'll see the Persian Influence STARTING TODAY THRU SEPT. 19 '
VENICE in sheer -winter wools 4r

Tapestry effects will add Furniture : ''
depth to plaid, floral, and I ,
primitive designs : ENTIRE SHOWROOM STOCK

RegIstration: Fri., Aug.: 28th 7 to 9 p.m Traditional foulard and cravat Pictures "

prints In vivid color com- ,

at: the STUDIO binations from are a the refreshing inevitable departure

CORNER OFE., VENICE AYE ft VENICE BYWAY dark tones generally seen for .e Accessories ; e ( i r ra
fall ''I
Shill: JACQUELINE KIHSELLA (AISTD) Two opposing directions are

JANICE DREW (AISTD) apparent in fall woolen col.lectionwools Mats
: j
either be
I PH.SARASOTA 355-1138 FOR INFORMATION OR textured and spongy, or ,; "tw' NO DELIVERIES i Gi J
smooth and crisp
,J_* OllIe In to meet the staff en feglttrttion days A revolution in knits incorporating China r
> a greater variety of NO MAILINGS

BALLET fiber mixtures and the growIng /3 f/2 : I

(Cxchettl t Method I Imperial I Society of England) use to of topcoat synthetics weights In gossamer .is Crystal TO OFFrchestra NO CHARGESALL '

TAP the most Important knitwear
development for fall. Improved k
|8eotnnen to Profewlonali) wearing and finishing techniques Decorator Samples'' SALES FINAL

OpenIng date delayed one week due to loeaKnfl studio.eaaa are engineered to of- b _
er comfort plus in stretch
We have itudlo.
now temporary t
J fabric, } dit
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Associated Press Food Editor
HOW WAFFLE Iron have
In colonial day two gridirons Add'CAS'
were hinged and givena
long handle for use in makIng ,' RESERVE
waffle In the kitchen lire-!
place. The gridirons eventual. THE RIGHT ""' I
,' ly lost their long handle and TO LIMIT
I II acquired stand the better to r.ItUtS'H"
use on t coal, wood or gas ( )J QUANTITIES --s ,
range. IOI.1.SstAoIO
Then carne the electric waffle
I iron the darling, in Ito raa.
tune, of college girls. a..n
Nowadays a waffle iron et

may be part of an electric ,,,,n,,,.,.
grill designed for buffet service o
.An appliance of this sort
can produce waffle, toast I
4 sandwiches and grill Other $ One
R foods. One model has reversible S G e-aar.vaj lothiei
t grids; a plain surface for .
grilling foods; an attractively -
patterned surface for making
? waffle and French toast. .m)4)
We tested the following recipe 69C'IICIS ,cu
l en these patterned grids, and .
the chocolate waffle turned ( p

out a* pretty as a picture. ,,, 'b. ., WED.,
like, to this
You recipe might on your own try waffle SEPT. 14, 15, lIS, 1964 teqor'

iron. Because these dessert
7 .u'
waffles are not overly sweet, nut
{ they take to a topping of ice 6Coe
cream and chocolate: sauce. / l
+ ; If you have or acquire! a I DOThu,
buffet grill don't forget thatit 1/ .

,, weekend is particularly bunches useful There's for 1 ,n;;; o in our meat dept. .
nothing like sitting at the
table while you cook: A
: w friend of ours has a pet set of Swift's Premium Pare

,,,: grill combinations for brun h.j . down produce lane FRANKS
time that are worth passing BEEF
j t
on: sausages with bananas
1 and toasted English muffins; Fresh Sweet Italian p f
potato pancakes with bacon R 5ge WII I
f. and apple rings; chicken lie Prune Plums lb. lOc lb. 0
ers with mushroom and tomatoes GtrSPECl.4t
, Don't these plate- m''.
4: I mates sound good? Swift's Premium Slick Style

,; Chocolate Waffle BRAUNSCHWEIGERSwift's
\i 1% cups lifted cake flour !
, 1V4 teaspoons baking pow. 4811"
I der

t j I {: j H'a cups salt lb.45c

2 square ((2 ounces) unsweetened
,Y chocolate 90", Premium Sliced Cooked Peppered of
Vt butter or margarine
4.-a 2 eggs cup, separated ,g. .ITALIAN, HOT HAM b
('i *4 cup milk u 39 CUMIt
each 'vanilla
14 teaspoon + r
I .'. and almond extract c5-os. 1
; Sift together into a mixing t 69cC" 1i i
I bowl the flour, baking pow. 1J SEJ R pkg.
der, salt and sugar. Melt OF CIJJt04f1
}, chocolate in top of double $100 ItV ( free _ t boiler over hot water; add Oil 4ft" Gain Stamps with Coupon)t:
butter; stir to melt and
b.nctr! cool Beat egg yolks
Itr with milk to blend; add to
dry ingredients, beating until
smooth. Blend in chocolate
mixture, vanilla and almond
extract. Beat elf whites witil
they stand in soft peaks; fold
gently but thoroughly into
batter. Bake in pre-heated Folgor't limit 1 pieaNInstant
waffle iron, following manufacture aN
,'* directions. Serve Coffee 79c "tltA wEST
hot with ice cream and chocolate . 6&:

sauce. ..oSATURDAY- F & P Whole KernelGolden

i I should Rice delight prepared your BUFFET this guests.way 5OFREitEXTRA5O Corn . . ':-?. lOt

..I Baked Green Ham Beans Rice Rolls Piquant Jfll Green Stamps Whit House Delicious

Fruit Sherbet French Wafers I . .. s 25c 1.1v i'i'r.t '
Rice Piquant Swift'. Ptomlum. SllcoJ Cookie Apple . . &. j
1 cup converted-type rice ,...wrad. Of Italic* Hot Hen
H cup light raisins 6-01. pkg. 69c Whit House FomousApple

V Vi. cup cup pale buttercup dry sherry OOOO: P 'O' ffQ ID Sauce 2 29c

I H pine nuts _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . cans 10C50m1XTRA"'i"I
Cook the rice according to
\ All FlovortRoyal Pat
package> directions so it is

1 tender Wash raisin and dry in hot; keep water hot.and J1l Green Stamps : Gelatin. 4 P799 pO::;. 25c head

: drain; simmer them with the
j cherry, in a t-inch skillet, until I Okk-iit
; I {1 sherry I is absorbed; add to MIGNON SHIELD STIAKS HUT 2 E
rice. In the small skillet I heat
II'i i r the pine nuts in the butter, wren.10-01.WM.pkg..* *.$1.19 U, ItM FIMIM a
I i j toss with hot rice and raisins OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ50"ffilrW.rmso
1 Serve at once. Makes 8 servings. -

I SUNDAY BRUNCH o dairy specials
Rice coffee cake to serve H1T10R
warm' Jftl Green Stamps Standard 11#; Co IOf Kraft's Cheese. SpreadVELVEETA
Orange Juice )
I Min\rrd.,1r< !! ih ..
Bacon and Eggs<< SECRET ROLL-ON lit
Crumb Coffee Cake <7c-OM rock) 15"r '
Crumb Coffee Catecup 68e plus tax GA.-RED
: : ,
y i sifted flourS SIr.'t /,aeon M 1M4 2-Ib.
teaspoons baking powder gl tSSI' loaf 8geI
V teaspoon salt .
t H cup sugar ;; : TOMATOES Pillsbury CrescentDINNER
{ H cup fine dry breadcrumbs 5 EE 5I1vBO' ROLLS

V cup shortening J1l Green Stamps: 300tf
1 beaten slightly and
blended with Vt,! cup milk I MA Alt coupe*.4.wdi_*liSqulbb's pk9 8-ox.
) Prune Filling Mineral Oil 303 C 0 lilt 29C
I In a mixing bowl stir together pint bob 79e 10 ., canOOOOQOOOOOOoooooooB
the flour, baking poi con .
der salt, sugar and crumb; 8 LIMlr 2 .. '
"III Cut in shortening until fine. pURCy''UIJ Oi o Irozcn> foods .
Add egg-milk mixture and :
stir until dry ingredient are ORiWojy Morton's AssoitedCREAM
moistened. Spread *i cup i of !
II. the batter over the bottom t, '/ a greased t-inch round ovei -

1 I : proof glass cake dish ((2 Inch. I MA.1........4.>...._alt <
es deep). Drop half the Prune Black Flag Roach & Ant Bomb :\:g ENJOY THE HAPPYDIFFERENCE 3 1 $1
h, batter.Filling Cover in small with blobs remaining over H-oi. sine 79c WHERE p 9. .. o

/ batter and drop remaining, :
Prune Filling over this. BakeIn 8. QOOOOOOOOOOOOQ00008 SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE

a hot (400 degrees) oven
'1 until!! cake shrinks from tides
of dish about 25 mlnuti (
50mlr' ltm50 ,
IJ 1 Cut IE wedge<< and serve TAMPA PLANT CITY

t 1.: warm Prune from Fining dish- Crumble: J"( Green J"|/
r together 2 tablespoons each ailI..ea.d.k pall ale sown..ia. >0tt OkTINPIRLIAr
,t flour and butter with H cup I Smacker's Peach Butter INSTANT TEA M A R K t T R BRANDON'" AND
czo..oH label"
I firmly packed dark brown 20-os. 43e
|Jar 99e
giant .lee
l sugar, 1 teaspoon grated or-. w.. IwS. ,. ,.. rv1 U &tM r'tQlQ.O..ooooooooooooooO VENICE: ONS.YI:
,! sage rind and 1 teaspoon cinamon E ur .
; add H,! cup chopped
ly pitted unsweetened cooked ---
prunes and h cup chopped

.i, i walnuts,.
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I The_(GONDOLIER Venice. Fla. Won. Sept. ,T4, T 4-T

Loveland School of stories, pictures, poems, ed in by all pupils f

... 19 I nursery rhymes, etc. "The school for all children -

Language is one of the regardless of race, creed I I i )
children's The "
Begins 2nd Year problems. or color, Mns. Riley said "I i I
overcoming of shyness is en "and the public Is Jivited to ,, '
couraged when a pupil will visit the school at any time it!

CLASSIFIED Houses, For Sole Business Personals Loveland School for Retarded and cookies for the noonday talk; the others are taught to is In session." II'I
Legal listen. listen to records
Children opened last week luncheon are donated by the They ,
NEW RETIRED NEIGH. -- I with seven pupils, and an anticipated B.P.O. Does and Elk of Ven- play games, and Visit pointsof Ever vary 'the variety of '
RATES BORHOOD between Casey Dressmaking, all Boone m IH TRI AND OOUNTT roe SASASOTA JUDBIS COUNTY COURT' enrollment of It before Ice-Nokomls Lodge interest with an Instructor. cheese you use when you're ., .
'both Key Beach and Shopping. Ce draperies, etc Reasonable FLORIDA m PLOMTCIN October. Alms of the school Physical education is engage making macaroni and cheeeeT
Clilrg. Rails. Thursday ment block, 2 BR, 80(145 ft 4M113 F5i &t.t.of program III I
VINCENT J. HVNKKE. Classes scheduled from the last To I
Editions are are same as year: I IIt's '
and Mondpy high lot on canal, pavestreets < D. -. Koi 171 ) to 12 a.m., Monday through help the child develop
partially furnished i FUEL OF FLORIDA i
CREDIT TO ALL CREDITORS AND OTHER Friday each week throughout attitudes towards; his : 'I'
city pure unfiltered taxes wen water, no CARD PERSONS Tina KAVINO ABOVE E8TATKroH CLAIMSAOAIN8T the school year. family, school, community, "GREEN'S )
1 112 word minimum) (Channel Acres). Way FOBGERYINIURANCE .. AN hwbp .ot1tl. sad The classrooms pendingthe country and self; to preparethe 'I'j''
J. W. Streu ..
Additional Word, each oc Protect your liability due Ie mv rtle kwm.Jalme mgbtt 0.UM d.ed.add rt.l.Is whkhos building of a school for child to' realize his own Chamber of Commerce '
Rentals to lost or stolen credit &A..105.. el N. Owinty Judas WKaruoU the retarded are in the limitations; and prepare him DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE r
Countr, Florida tat N Cnn for learning experiences for I
School and recreation
both Thursday cards $10,000 coverage, $28 h.IIaruota.. FloriiU, wlthll alt) Sunday and Air 'j'
rat's Heating Conditioning
CASH each level of .
Edition 2 BEDROOM House three year. For full (ral MlMdw. month.! traa "'. <.... ofthi quarters of the Venlce-Noko-
md nicely par. tint publlntiim of thli. ."',.* tools Methodist Church at No- dally begins &Air InstallatIons '
furnished ticulars program Heating Conditioning !
Mot: Walking distance stop In or call Mob dloi or tomu* Mnit M hi. r I'
to .... komls. with a prayer, pledge of allegiance
$ beach. Utilities Included. wrlUnt. tm Fishing and boating. EDGE.VaoORSDALEAGENCY Ih...el.e..1 mldMiM u4 po.t oItleeodd. Mrs. Elsie Riley, chief Initructor to the flag, singing, Gas Ranges Water Heaters 'I l
minimum) or Yearly M of th.! ud man b*, will\ be assisted by sharing time, knowledge of Free Estimates -
word Beason.l. 4885127 nrara to kr Ik* .MrnMt. bA l mat
(112 IK W. n hli Mtornv, a It will bmn. oat Mrs Edna Bromley, teacher, weather, days of week, No Job Too Big 'of Too Small* f
I Venice Ave 4S8-K89 ._..11.. to l lew. CUm. t_ an .kokuhi.4 and Mrs. Gene Green, colors, and J
ROOM names developinga
Furnished a specialist ,
Af>t* AlhCae.. trf hi ..twlq Cottageon ) M k. County Jed olds 263 Se Trail Venice Ph. 488-7271 ,, I
.?Z ... k .k... of II _to Donna Bay. Phone even. .I UM. Courthou. I In {tawnta.ISTCLLI In speech therapy. Milk knowledge and appreciation H
I, br ooo to tl Ings, 488-3801. : : M HU N EK"

7 ear-:;rah'la w.r larrtad"':.t.N.nana.:.a era. : ,e 114.. U.hnbhy. Ra........ PrI._. SHEPARDLUMBER BOON"Evla Bulf.....!, I.a of JIoo.k.J8PRORDINa 111. 9aa. d..0. alVI. DISTINCTIVE I.ARGER.

nabs N. ....11. Ie IIII"" vra.,a ace ., .. NR Florid Po... a Llehaulldla5' .
On.. LOU JACOBS. W-1IIT CO. Vmlo' Florldo 11I1 I IVENEZIA
AttonHn for ... Kiotutrlz.Pukltahi Real I Estate
CLAS'SiFi DISPLAY FURNISHED APARTMENTS 1003 N. Washington Blvd. An*. ... 51. Swk ,. U. 1W4 JD Corners

ON, Edition Edition,,per per Inch Inch.. .,$3.50All $3.00Both and Can to 488-3447.beach I Sarasota call I :

Evenings 474-2588. NEW HOMES -

lwifid i dLdvince peyeble I III ELLIOTT PAUL I I
HOUSE unfur for I -
eitabllthedCANCELLATION nlshed. PARK SECTIONThis Honey
except Plenty room for ROOF TRUSSES OR UNFURNISHED ,
,uolmb. children and pets. Phone 488 i. Ideal family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 baths large i
8781. Alum. Windows & Door will accept LEMON BAY AREA WATERFRONT . !
Contract Roofing Painting Horns Land family room 'living room, alee stove, refrigerator I'
ADJUSTMENT or 1 BEDROOM HOUSE on the Phone 488.2132 Venice I Can Boah dishwasher Close to schools and shopping center City 2 Bedroom Home en 2'/j' Acres. 250 feet on Deep { ,

libretti for cancellation . NPC.water.Phone Nicely 4883881.furnished Trailers In trade water sewer and paved street. 'Canal-200 W on Deer Creel, 10 minutes by boat to, j!

I*idluitment became of error TYPEWRITERS an4 Adding Cockrill Price 14500. terms Lemon Bay-$5,000.00 Down-Owner Carry Balance I
Imirf, be made for Thursday Wanted To Rent Machines (mechanically operated .
GONDOLIER BEFORE s pjnIM ) Chemically cleaned, In East Gate FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY ,

Monday. For Monday SON WANTED TO RENT, with option like new. Just $1250 plus Hi. 488.1451-488.3845 j REALTOR WM. P. TOOLE Reg. Broker :
parts U required. All makes.Venice
to bedroom
DOZIER BEFORE s p.m onThursday. house, furnished buy 2 or partly Stationers 211 W. 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 48816.4882649INTERESTED()() 216 South Tamiaml Trail Phone 4484738 I :1

furnished. Write P. O. Box Venice Ave. 488-6113.
PHONE 209, Nokomia, Fla. j
Autos For Sale INTERESTED? tP I

488-3125 MOTHER and eightyearoldson Air Conditioned
wish 2 Bedroom Furnished BUICK f-Poor Hardtop. WHETHER YOU'REBUYING Central Water and
or preferrably unfurnished Green and white. Bar. No. NIW UVATOIY FAUCIT
Lots For Sale house. Prefer near 83 5038064 Repair bill $78.00.WILL I Sanitary Sewer. ,
beach. Call 488-6368 after 6. BE SOLD in 30 days if Only One Handltl ORSELLING Screened Patio 2 Bedroom t
I not paid. South Venice Esso. I Bath Dwelling :
I WATERFRONT Seawalled Misc. For Sale I wen For Garden and Yard .1
basins waterview.. Al-
boat FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. .
|Venice Gardens. E. L. Kll- WHITE GREEN LEATHERbed $75.00. Phone 488-3597 after You're Best Values Are 541 Shamrock Blvd. a i", ,
iton Bayshore Drive, Noko- 8:00 I: Found HERE! TOTAL PRICE $12.700 :
davenport, coffee table, I ,
Imii. occasional table, Bahama mUsed H. N. WIMMERS 4 .,

venire niBIDBNCI LOTS couch. 488-5295. Trucks REALTOR :
visors BUBINHW SITISOWNIi. 221 W. Miami 488.5308 .

Real Estate 4 Norfolk kinds hardy Island Palms Pines $150 2.50)up HARVESTER Offers Day ,.Dealer Nlte'"SERVICE' IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD ;' ,
Chinaberry trees ? 1.00 J. W. MOORE ? 2 bedroom C.B. home-built-in stove-extra large screened . ,
all makes TRUCKS
)BEDROOM HOUSE in Ven Silk Oak trees ,.,... 125 end Good I
porch 11700.
ice. Close schools and Bottle Brush ...... 150 It EQUIP. PLUMBING CO. Realtor carport. terms.-.only p \
H. N. -
itorei Rent $75 mo, option to Grafted Gardenias .. 1.25 COME In and SEE & DRIVE 3 high end dry lots In South Venice. All for $900. \
buy.Phone 477-1231 Limes, Lemons, Any of our FULL LINE OF arbor Lights On The Trail INSURANCE Newly decorated one bedroom apt. now renting for
Calamondons... 150 NEW I. H PRODUCTS RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS S season or
MODERN 2 bedroom home From the Fabulous SCOUTto for Western Union Telegraph year.HAZEL
Papaya plants ..... 75 Agent
center hospltil I. CONNREG.
Mir shopping the Famous TRAVELALLand
Strawberry guava .. .50 9 to 5 Saturday to I
and schools. Rent $100 Monday thru Friday ;
Double Red Althea. 1.25 UP'S i REAL ESTATE BROKER, .
on.,option to buy. Phone 488- LOADSTAR'S.'WEST CLOSED, SUNDAYS -
1231. Abella Grandlflora ..1.28 COAST TRUCK VenetianCleaners GALE R. DUNN, Associate

Lots of other plant SALES & SERVICE INC. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Tamtam! Trail-North of Albee -Notomis, FU.
ATTRACTIVE HOME in Gulf MELROYS NURSERY 3450 No.,Washington Blvd. ; Phones: Bus. 488.3242 Res. 488.5994 "
View section of Venice. I
Laurel, Fla. :55-5197: Sarasota 359.7081Money
Hr, M" bathe 28500. E. L. "
Turn east at Laurel :Read,
Wton, Bayshore Drive, Noko-
Imli. go to 3rd road, turn right. To Loan ,
Oldest Nursery in this area
Homes For Sale J-CU.: Ft. REFRIGERATOR.: Unlimited funds makes this \
AIM Clothes ReeL Ph. 4888468. available. Persona appoint- you
I BEDROOMS, :>, Bath air- ment .arranged. S. M., Box SENSATIONALOFFER DOWNTOWN
conditioned C.B. House inVoice 748.
Gardens. Phone 488. 2 Vi HP, 20" 4-Cycle ROT- t I If

rill week days and before 6 ARY MOWER, like new, ,
P III. Weekends and after 6, 2500. Norelce shaver with Boats For Sale to acquaint you with our Son/. (
4M-1T70. hair trim $15,00. Pole lamp one, 'TAe worWt mod rec
Aerial $8.00. Ph. 88-4857.. Zf' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruls- ommeiio'eo1 oVyc/eon/na"/ / VENICEFirst
I Mr. (Jlf.r>...... .......... Filraer. er. Shlp-to-shor radio.
[ vales. ald.. UMtarwI.M.. D..dr. FUEL OIL TANKS stands g I
-.>. LOU JACOB. 4M-IUT Depth finder. Marine head. RAND McNALLY8LDBE .
Fuel oil deliveries. S&H Double planked Mahogany
THRIFTY HOMESBy Green Stamps Standard hull. $1,700. Call Venice 488-
Appointment Heating Service. Across from 451 or see at Tarpon Center & Finest Shopping Area

bedroom 1 bath home Insight fire station. 488-4052. Marina ,:}
of hos- f.
peal, church supermarkets and schools, APACIIEIWorld's I Pets For Sale hlR' ,
best built best AKCregistered
1 bath home,
lovely trailer. Ten months old.
i p1 alrcondltion- selling camper "
ed, beach privileges $11.500. Special demonstrator salenow Phone 4884220. ,
Heal for going on. money f
lovers. 2 retirement boat down and low bank: pay. Lost 12 '. ,. ,
bedroom IK bath

trailer with built-on large ad. ments.CAMPER'S black, S I I
making a very nice : f ,:
Blvd.Opp. male poodle, 'Jocko. Re. THE MEN'S SHOP
tome. We have :2 of these and 100 N. Washington ward.. Phone 4884431. 504 DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
with' them you own your own ( Mass Bros.) .
dock. The low price will Sarasota ;

Pleasantly surprise you. asane, COLOGNES, BATH POWDERS, SPRAYS :
Call right away for the opportumty Tri-County Equipment CO. SPORT JACKETS
,to see these bar- 65c
film.: ELL'RD. SARASOTA. FLA. FAMOUS BRAND NAMES .............. .... . S22.95
Byron M. Markle. Realtor 955-5705 '
Ph. 488-4708.. M/l/ week. !speci'afe Oil READ 231 W. Venice Ave.-488.6776-Medical Center Bldg. Phone 488-1620 225 W. Venice Ave f;:

I ATTRACTIVE 3 Bedroom, :2 Wayne Air Compressors SMALL ADS? 1 ,
tern. p. 0. Box ,D8, Venice Easy Help WantedMAN VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY I "
or 4884474.: WELL $j VALUE$95 I
395 I
WARM OVER 14- vacancy in FOR rosr. AUTHORIZED AGENT Wedding Rings -

Brea -MINERAL I bedroom SPRINGS Home, Charlotte Rawlelgh County dealer.or Venicefor Full YOU ARE! with your drycleentng order PAID Sale, Service Supplies We Repair All Male Watches Silverware Jewelry )!

COlt only Monthly$100.00 down payments no closing only time preferred. Will consider J pleaie ask for detaili. Stuart Merrtcl, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair

Wll Including ambitious part-timer. Many W. Venice Ave. 488-3119 f
interest and
PrincipaL; now earning $3 per hour and 23S W. Miami" Ave. 488-2473
and Newly out. Concrete decorated tile Inside up. See O. A. Roberts 1221 I WOLFER MOTORS Inc.

roof and,range tile bath., C.B. Built-in construction oven Rawlelgh 14th St., Tenn.PRESIDENT.Sarasota FA. I 583 or write 1170, 115 S. Tamiaml" Trail RAMBLER DODGE 488-3945-4884150 TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE.IN ,

I BEDROOM HOME in SPECIALIST IN. thru thou Wednesday ,
Today Wednesday Today
latne area $100.00 with ,JOHNSON vol- GET YOUR .

131.00 monthly, including' Interest as. I Democratic unteers. Phone Official 488-6408.Head. Brake ENGINE,Repair TUNING BY ELECTRONIC. Lubricate EQUIPMENT Chassis HURRICANE Alfred Hitchcock'a. "McHALE'S' NAVYN f ,J;

PrincipaL I quarters, 121 W. Miami Ave., S Front End Alignment Oil Change SUPPLIESHERE "MARNIE"with I and j
fA 2 and 1 BEDROOM HOMES Venice. .' Front End Overhaul Adtuit Headlights Beams --S ,

Venice> only 25000. OFFICE Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs ,213 W.Venice Ave. Ph. 4884909W.lcome 'SS DAYS AT PEKING"
CHIPS JOHNSON REAL ESTATE Enqtne Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand Sun Conner I
JOB W. Venice Ave. wants licensed Real Estate Radio Repair and Tranimlulon Repair ; it:: !
Branch office, Kent Motel Salesman.. Reply REB P. 0.
488.1241 488-1898' Box 746.ACTIVE. Alrcondlttonlno Repair anti installation To VENICE STATIONERS (

2 BEDROOM, Home *. REAL ESTATE office
"75.00 own, assume mort-I wants Ilvs-..... licensed VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES t y
lege. CaU 488-3897 after 6 I real estate salesman. Reply Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved I {,

J. C.. Box 748. Venice. COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Typewriter, Adding Machine (Mechanically Operated) 7 { r

,- Chemically CI..ned-Juat IUO-PIUI Park If Required I t
dlHn 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial .....3457 ,,
mUll IliUVIIAVU 211 W. Venice Ave. 48S4II3

IS THE TIM6-Enclo that porah. We match BYRON DANCE STUDIO

your pre.ent windows. LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. 314I/, W. Venice Ave. Gulf Theater Bid* Ph.488-2383 SARG'S DIVE SHOP 'i


ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANY Complete Roofing Contractor ..... MMM* UlmmiJUn. ...... .*.....4Ta AIR STATION 1 t

SPRAY COATING >.-.TM ....... ...... Mra turn ..... i "k
I I7M So Trail X From Ven. Gdn, Venice, Pie? On Tile 'Aibeito*' nd Built Up Roofs Vanlce Chef f Restaurant. .... Tran t

Call 4880 J 824 NoVomj, Fl*. Ph 488-5711 Mrs. Myrtle Byron Lltbtl Owner

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Venice, Fla. Mon., Sept. 14, '196o

_. ; VHS Jayvees Meet Riverview
o t'' - -- --

I commissioners ol Mrs Albert Goll and
NEWS North Port Charlotte will Mrs. Harold Redding. .o
I Tomorrow In Season's
.1 Bill Opener meet tonight at 7 p.m. at the --
These catches of mook, red Community Center for their The Tuesday night d*.
fish and trout, for the weekending regular meeting. munlty Sing will hold its IirIt
The 1964 football season ::;fctto Jayvee Coach Bob 59 are out for the teams this Sept. 5, were reportedto A second and final readingof session Tuesday, Sept M
will open on the home front ready for the season, giving the 'Jayvees The GONDOLIER by Roy'iSporting the proposed budget for 7:30: p.m. at the ConunUl1IJThis at
Phillipsran tomorrow night when the Venice intra-county rivals. and varsity both fair-sized 1964-65 will be read The Center:
High School Jayvees host The sophomores are bolstered !- squads Goods budget provides for a tax in. Is an Informal
the Riverview "B" team at by several experienced Probable Venice starting Joe Mlcketts, East Troy, crease from (K mills to 7 gether where resident get-ta..
7:30: pm. juniors from the 1963 Indian line-up for tomorrow night's WI.., four redfiah, jetty, cent tax CM
mills, plus 10 per enjoy singing the
a old
A squad of 21 comprised team and a sprinkling of new. contest: shrimp and minnows; H. Berry electric bills. recite poetry, kutry
FORD. primarily of sophomores up comers to the football ranks. LE- Tim Waed51IeIi Englewood, nine redflsh, on play an
ment skits
from last year's Venice Junior Venice 'fielded a Junior ((140); LT-Pete Pfeuffer three trout and a snook, Lem. Much opposition to the proposed ,
High team has been varsity team in 19S2, but gaveIt ((170)); LG Jack Thlem on Bay, Zara Spook plug; tax increase is anticipated --
working with the varsity for I up last year because of a ((150)); C-Bob Wlfhtmaa Lutz Antal, Venice, 15-Ib. sine duplicate copiesof Members of the Hobby Club
the past three weeks and, ac- shortage of manpower. About (160)); RG Harry Clements snook, Monday, 15-lb. redfish, the new budget, questionIng meet Wednesday morninn
((160)i)' RT Joel Un Tuesday, 8-lb.] snook, Wednesday many items listed, has from 11:30: am, till noon, at
derwood ((180)); RE Mike 15 and 11 Ib. snook, been circulated throughout the Community Center. Thi! !
j COWPEN SLOUGHContinued Palmer (185)); QB Steve Thursday, jetty, lady fish; the city. Is an active group of ladle!
Dalton (145)); LH _Lorenzo Buck Weaver and George - who meet each week to work
Davis ((133)); RH Anthony Lachenmeler, Venice, 10 reds, The Men's Garden Club will on thler favorite hobby and to
Lasso ad ( from page 1) residents Shaw (120))I FB Rusty Friday, and nine reds, Saturday meet tomorrow Sept. 15th, at exchange Ideas for malting
Ewing pointed out that In SUM (150))) bay, pin fish 7:30: at the Community Cen things. Once each month thi
great water were March 1958 a flood occurred group has a luncheon,
formed by erosion, tidal caused estimated loss ter.An ered dish a toy
that an interesting program has or a picnic If ,
changes and subterranean upheavals of $800.000 to celery growers been planned for this meet- are looking for something to
d which helped create alone. This flood also left a Nokomis Nettings Ing. Mr. Wilfred Churchill do with your hands, this Is t
marine ridges that
foot of water on potato cabbage will tell of his trip throughthe the club.
i have the sea on one side and and lettuce fields all Fairchild Tropical Gar --

j marshland on the other. ready to go to northern mar. By MART ALICE MURRAY dens in Coral Gables and The four Circles of the rim
There are a number of kets as well as ruining thousands President Coons will discussthe Presbyterian Church met
these series of ridges begin Phone 48S-5349
of acres of pasture landcausing of month. Mrs. John Plant
I use Agaves or Century
LOOK AT THESE VOLKWAGENS and ning. in extending the center eastward of the state to I heavy I losses to cat. I Mr. and Mrs John Okon of hospital. His neighbors wish Plants In landscaping.. 209 Bumford Ave. was hostess

the Atlantic Ocean and westward tie raisers.In Nokomis heard from their him well and hope that he will Sam Matthews will show to Circle One; Circle Two WH
1961, 1962, 1963 Models to the Gulf of Mexico. addition these floods discourage grandson Airman Wayne Tu be home soon and fully re. color slides of Nassau and canceled since many are urn
plantings or re-
One of these ridges and new tin that he was married recently covered. I Bermuda. on vacation; Mrs Cordon
I plantings and creates mosquito and will not be coming -0- Blend entertained Circle
vallevs starts north and east -o-
.' of the City of Sarasota in breeding! areas erosion here immediately. He is Mr. and Mrs Jack E. Miner World War I Veterans, Barracks Three last Tuesday and '
-0" Manatee County and extends problems and eliminates our based at Amarillo, Texas His and their two daughters 2743, held their regular Wilfred Churchill was hosleJi
y, $89500t to Dons. Bay, a distance of 30 i food natural supplies wildlife and bv breeding reducing next assignment is in Turkey Barbara and Carolyn of Laurel monthly meeting last Thurs to Circle Four on Wednesday
miles. The land between this and grandparents are hoping have returned from their day afternoon at the Com afternoon.
ridge. and. the next highest_ grounds.The agricultural groups In I he will have time enrouteto vacation. They went to the munity Center. The fifth Circle, or the
come here and visit for a World's Fair and Williams Work Circle, will
ridge to the east is what Is Sarasotn County had a study Harvey Mims, legislative meet next
t I 1964 XL HARDTOP $1000.00 commonly known as Cowpen made, Ewing said, and the day or two. burg, Va.Bee chairman, addressed the Tuesday at B:30 am at Ib,
Slough he said. Sarasota West Coast Water - group on the new pension bill
WITH WARRANTY-SAVE ........ 11.Mile Catchbasln shed Plan was evolved This Mrs C. N. (Cap) Stevens and gave a full explanation
I 1963 PLYMOUTH In effect, he added this plan had the approval of the has returned from Atlanta, Stewart Sets on legislation Mr. Bernard ATTENTION
J $1595.00 slough Is actually marshland Sarasota Board of County Ga, where she went to be Milllgan, commander of District
WAGON ....................... that forms an 11-mile wide'''' Commissioners, the Sarasota I with her father who recently Pace In LVWGABee 3, was also scheduled to VENICE GOLFERSPLAY
catch basin for rain water Soil Conservation District and underwent surgery. He is Mr. speak to the group but was
1962 RAMBLER $$995.00 draining to the center from the Manatee River Soil Conservation Kirby A. Brown and as soon Stewart, playing the unable to attend, due to ill DAY OR NITE
7' 4 DOOR STATION WAGON ...... the east and west ridges In District as he is able to travel Mrs. Class B Division, took scoring ness. On W." Coos/'t Sported
fact it is in reality a giant Given Priority Stevens will drive to Atlanta honors in the low net tourney Commander Rodman and 9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUt
: 1961 FORD GALAXIE $1395.00 bowl that overflows when the Plans and studies were also and bring Mr. and Mrs. held Wednesday at Lake Ven. Albert Goll attended the
; saturation point is reached. made the U. S. Department Brown down here. She hopes ice Golf Club by the Lake TOMMY BOLT'SGolden
g AIR CONDITIONED .......... .. by County Veteran's Commission
Venice Women's Golf Association
f' When this occurs Its chief out. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation they will stay through luncheon earlier this week in
1961 COMET $1095.00 lets are Phillin! Creek. Cat. Service and received Thanksgiving and Christmas.Hrs. with a 37. Sarasota.A T Golf
fish Creek, North Creek, Posting the second low
2 DOOR SEDAN ....... .. ....... South Creek Shaklt Creek or a priority over 13 other Irene Webber has been score and tops in Class A, report was given on the CLUB
applications. Third District held
home from the for meeting
). Albee River as some people The land through was Terry Hatton with a 40tt.
4 areas last afternoon at Le-
1963 RAMBLER Sunday
$$1595.00 a week but is to return there Runnerup in Cass A Course end Driving
have named it, and to some which Cowpen Slouch runs was High Acres. Delegates and Range
: CLASSIC 4 DOOR ....... ... ... extent the overflow even are extremely valuable due for surgery tomorrow. Her Olive Arnell with a 41 H. their wives attending from OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M.
Mrs Grace Poos of
'; 1961 FALCON caches the Myakka River to their proximity to the gulf Indianapolis, is here with her Taking second in Class B here were Commander and JUST OFF 41 AT
$995.00 Eating noted that in 1950 a was Leila Hermansen with a
and to the developed area and will remain until she is Mrs Frank Rodman, Mr. and SHckney Pt. & Clark d
; 4 DOOR . .. .... .. .. ...... .. ... small group of nine men, or- along the gulf, Ewing pointed on the road to recovery, 45. Mrs Louis Schmelke, Mr. and !:.
I I ganlzed as the Cattlemen's out FOP examole, muckland
i 1959 CHEVROLET $895 00 Association dug a canal In the Fruitville area Is. esti- -0- College enrollment the

.. IMPALA HARDTOP ... .. .... . . . bout seven and one.half mated to return tl,800 an Mr. George Noden of Nokomis United States last year totaled YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
miles lone, two mile northof acre each year, Other vege- East is confined to the nearly 4,800,000. 3

:i,.. 1963 CHEVROLET $$1395.00 Laurel Road, to relieve the table land on ,the shallower
Auto Insurance
f PICKUP TRUCK ............ .. . periodic land.flooding About 190,000 of their' cubic pasture organic soils return from $200to DAVIS VINYL CRETE
t' SI,000 an acre. I. NEW LOW RATES
"" 1957 FORD yards of dirt were excavatedIn Most of the land south of 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
>' 4 DOOR .. ........ . ........ atlon an effort at a of cost relieve of approximately the situ.- the vegetable or.native area virgin is in pas improved Let tit spray your reuo'ence or commercial/ / building with 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
i .B: : $30000 of their a DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING.
BOAT TRAILER own ture with a considerable area
$395.00 monev. Since then however (about 15,000 acres) in pine EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO .
t 35 H.p. MOTOR ..... ........... the ditch has had no care ands woodlands. _
; heavily silted. The work on the No. 1 JOB TOO SMALL

Since 1950 a tremendous,I phase of the project has already W, offer tAe lame satisfactory service at we did wft<'//e In ;;: AGENCY
JI rowth: has taken olace in the started and will cost an I, tAe roofing; butlntttl 116 W. Venice Avenue :
area from Frultvllle Road to estimated $129,000 It starts = :
south nf State Road 72 or about 800 feet south of Laurel LESTER DAVIS OWNERP. l Tl.phOIM>> 488-2288
Clark Road This has addedto Road and extends north
our drainage problems, about 12,000 feet with a three. 0. Box 333 Nokomis Ph. 488-4174
since every house built, every phase dam at the No. 1 con .
driveway, road or shopping trol point. It was explainedit .. .,.-
center built prevents absorp- is essential to constructthis
lion of water in the area they phase first to prevent
Final Clearance cover and adds that much flooding In the lower Cowpen
more water that has to runoff Slough channel where It passes BE P1EPJIRED
somewhere. through a marine terrace r r
November ReferendumThe Ewing also mentioned the
I building up of the Phil. 140-foot Laurel Road bridge
I ;! 64 MODELS ipi Creek sector is a point in which the county now has un.
question and at the Novem. der construction He explain.
I her election a referendum will ed all the property owners
NEW & DEMONSTRATORS be held to authorize a $3V4 from the Seaboard Airline

million project to provide Railroad to a quarter mile
ounty's share of the $8'/ east of Shakit Creek, have donated
Bill Ford million project to provide the right-of-way to open
Phillips flood relief to that heavily up a road from Laurel
populated sector, he pointedout. Road to connect up with the
Albee Farm Road on the
So. Trail Phone 488.6787 It Is planned to build a Venice By-Way. This will give
pump plant to pump 330,000 the people in the Venice areaa
l "Your Volume Dealer" Cowpen Slough and thus give should U. S. 41 become block.

h:r partial relief to Phlllipl Creek ed, he explained.

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': Federal so you can borrow there finance your future home." &>{ Green Stamps good with this offer!

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