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 28, 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: VID00237
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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I, 'x-Employe Raps 'Helicopter School' Fades /

OY I Into Possible Maneuvers I $50,000 Fire Hits .

ummary Former City Councilman added that he then tried to

David Hamilton has abed a call Mayor Smyth D. Bro
little more light on the rum- hard, Council President E S.
or that Venice Airport Is be- (Bill) Raymond and Councilman .

f Council ing considered by the V. S. Ralph Anderson, all 01 Trail Auto

$ Mayor, Air helicopter Force training as the Bite school.for a whom Other were unavailable.Locations Agency j I IA

Hamilton, owner of a stationery Hamilton said he gave' ,
11 SAM DILLON I wouldn't stay under those store In downtown Council President Raymond

Council's sum conditions" I Venice, told The GONDOLIER telephone number to the officers Maim motorist driving damage estimated at $50,000 model cars. was driving one of the 50- I '.,
eiuce city of City Engl First Inkling he was the one who who stated they would through on Tamlaml Trail I to Wood ChryslerPlymouthMotors The alarm was turned In at turbo-jet automobiles manufactured ,
it dismissal Slider on Thursday Slider said the first inkinghe talked with four Air Force call from MacDill Field In discovered an early morning Inc, Just hours before I 2:55 a,m. by James Shively cf I by Chrysler Corp.
t Tom had that his service was officers who visited the municipal Tampa if they wanted to get 1r
of fire Friday which caused its formal showing of 1963 Miami, who by coincidence and which are being driven ;
I the re-employment less than satisfactory was airport last week.Maneuvers I in touch. He said the Air experimentally by individuals
A| A. Youngberg, Sr, as when Mayor Brohard called #
I Force quartet noted that they around the country. ,!
planning director cam him! into the council chambers '
also were looking at a cumber
the biggest bomshell oi and served notice on The former city official said of other locations. Cause Not Determined !
to Slider himself. him I the officer)-a full colonel, The former councilman 1IHJijJ Cause of the fire was not t'.,'
mingberg is expected tourns two lieutenant colonels and determined immediately Thedamage '
Council's action apparentlywas laid his curiosity was aroused
his old job by Oct. IS a major-made no mentionto was estimated by
taken at "secret"meeting by the sight of the "very
a him of school
a helicopter Frank S. Fallon Jr., general
with notice to efflcient-lookng Army helicopter"
Council President E. Sill Hamilton said the USAF con. ., r ..
of the
The GONDOLIER or flying over
) Raymond, the only tlngent told him they were The early Friday morn- I
the area's other news media. I area and landing at the air-
official who could be looking for apace to be usedIn ing fire at Wood Chrysler- \ ,
1 hired "It official
looking a
Slider said he was on port. was ,1s i I '
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seeded six months probation which end black, said Hamilton,
The GONDO- I they were planning verted the firm's formal
ne, gave "and I'd of t'
would have been Nov. never seen one
up 1'1
ER council's side of the showing of Its new models,
He hired May 1 to succeed those before.
117, Ha added that the colonel which went on as scheduled \.
who Hamilton went on to relate
resigned -
Raymond said the mayor Inquired how many tele ', into a "fire sale" as
that he Into his and
to accept a position as got car i
id council "thought It phones were hooked up In the hustled out to the airport He I fLrjj.a well. i
president of a Georgia development .
remind Slider ic' "Some of models ,
Jy lair" to firm. large hangar, formerly occu- said two Venice police officers our new 1
had about five damaged mod.
A he Slider came to Venice from pied by Zelair and later by Sgt. Verlon Ball and were I
ski to go on his sixonlh Olson Aircraft, but now without erately and they are being
I Patrolman George Kinder, already
probationary period a job as assistant engineer tenant. offered at fire sale prices,"
4 that the city did not for Sarasota County' The city a were on the scene said I General Manager
I Hamilton said the officer
when he arrived.
planning director's post was
at to sign him to a conS Frank S. Fallon Jr.
art. created by council about four Indicated they would need a He said the visit was a The new cars were parked I
The City Council presl- years ago and tailored toYoungberg' battery of telephones for the brief one, with the officers outside the building and
nt said that as spokes- qualifications as maneuvers being planned. staying only long enough to most of them escaped ( 1
but "I told them," said Hamilton make a short appraisal of the
an(or the council, he told a graduate, not a registered damage '
der he hadn't taken the engineer. "that I had no official facilities and taking off again

tiilive that council felt Youngberg apparently was capacity myself, but wouldbe when Hamilton reported he manager of the Wood Chrysler
should have taken. feeing .,grooro.edu_ t take over happy to get in touch with was unable to locate any.ol I dealership on the South
Raymond said he didn'tl ; (Continued on page 5)) city officials for them." He the city officials. I Trail here and In Naples. \

fl!l that Slider was taking I Although stock, equipment,
e right attitude on the OTHERS STILL INTERESTEDAirport fixtures and records were destroyed -
alter> since he had been I and some new models
'd before accepting the were damaged, the firm
b that he would be ex- r. including the service department
led to assume admin. i trMkp fr ..r was back In business at

:alive is well us engl- Prospect Out I 10 a.m. Friday, operatingfrom I
ring> duties house trailers parked
"1 think it's only fair," I outside the firedamagedbuilding
led Raymond, "that the r. i Formal showing of
:y'S side of the case beemoted Executive Flight Service of :craft, was vacated Aug. 1 by The hangar has been without -- the new cars went on as

along with Slid. East Boston, Mass., has turned the Olson firm.Anderson an operator since Olson scheduled Friday and Saturday
'a. down Venice Airport as a said an official terminated its one-year lease $50,000 FIRE destroyed the interior of the alarm. In the photo above Chief J. R Divine ,

base of operations, Council. of Executive Flight Service and moved to Ellerbee, N. C. Wood Chrysler-Plymouth Motors Inc. build. looks on while officials and employee of the While temporary quarters 1 1

!Ider said he was told man Ralph Anderson reported visited Venice Tuesday mornIng During the Interim, local interests Ing on the South Trail early Friday morning firm seek to salvage records from the flame were being set up in the traders
fsday by Mayor Smyth D, Tuesday, to look over the facilities have maintained the The fire was discovered shortly before 3 and water damaged debris. office workers salvaged
lard that council In a The Massachusetts aviation here. rental of storage space and a,m. by a passing motorist who sounded the what they could from the fire- ,

nmous action had voted firm was one of the more He added, however, that provided maintenance service seared and waterlogged records ,I
who responded the Massachusetts aviation and equipment. I
discharge him as city than 20 concerns
:Beer. to an item placed by official was not interested in A tentative deadline of Committee Replacement stocks and ' j '
h. former city engineer Anderson in the Aircraft maintaining a fixed base operation Oct. 1 has been set by the Spurns literature on new models arrived

Id the was given no partlc- Owners and Pilots Association except secondarily to City Council for leasing the ") Friday: by air and truck 4 t
r notice. "He newsletter relative to a the maintenance of his own hangar. This probably will be ra from Chrysler headquartersin I .
was"pretty planes Anderson said the extended, however, if serious Jacksonville. I i
washy in the large hangarat .
about it, Slid- vacancy '
said, "and firm operates a large acale negotiations get underway. Mader 'Panorama'The Upon noticing the flames '
told could the airport.
me I he has another pouring from the roof of the I;
Anderson said \
anytime." The big hangar, occupiedfor charter service described by I I, ,
And Zelalr and the official as "a third level definite prospect for the ui4 building Shivley sped Into f
as far as I'm con- five years by
Cod," he added, "this Is its! more recently by Olson Air I airline" hangar who" is "very much advertising and publicity 1965 edition already U In Venice and Robert notified Galvin Night.Patrolman 'ho- ,
Executive Flight Service operates Interested He identified the committee of the Ven- preparation.

.. "I, . ', '" i' five AeroCommanders firm as Skyways, Inc, of ice Area Chamber of Com- Mader has sought endorse- in turn passed the alarm John to .
Police I
Night Dispatcher
; carrying 10 to 12 passengers Dayton, Ohio CouncilmanAnderson merce has recommended ment for the Panorama from

Anderson said, adding said substantial Inquiries against endorsement by the the Committee of 100 and the Harris.Harris alerted the Venice
official believed the also have been made of chamber.
that the VACC board of directors Venice area Fire Department, the Union
Venice area not of sufficientsize by the owner and operatorof Lloyd Mader's proposed promotional The chamber currently hasa Volunteer Fire Department of

to support such an op Peterson Field at Altoona, booklet, Panoramaof contract with Sunshine Nokomis and the South Venice -

. w eration. Pa. Venice. Press of Venice to producethe Area Volunteer Fire
rY The committee's recom- 1965 Visitor's Guide. The Dept, all of which sent equip \
mendation was based on confect contract calls for the chamber ment to fight the flames The :
7965 Home Show of interest from an ad- to receive 10,000 copiesof fire was brought under control I I
vertising sales standpoint be- the guldbook and a percentage by 4:30 a,m. I.
tween the Sarasota man's of the advertising An investigation was started j '
proposed booklet and the revenue. immediately by representatives I
chamber's own annual Vis Mader, who also publishes of the State Fire Mar I
Slated Feb. 17-20 itor's Guide for which the (Continued on page 2)) shal's office. ,

Dates for the second annual officials Ex-VYC
I i ir Venice Area Home Show The chamber executive also Noyes, 1 s w saw
4ry have been announced by C. A. told the committee of a proposal 1

(Nick) Keller, executive director by Manncraft Exhibitor
of the Venice Area Service of Tampa to handle Commodore DiesWilliam e
Chamber of Commerce which erection of the booths and 'w d
will the event. connecting! services for the m
sponsor E. Noyes of 817
I Keller told the VACC home show. The committee recom- South Armada Road, active in a
mended that the VACC board
show committee Thursday Venice social! and golfing circles
has sign a contract for the ser
that the 1969 Home Show for the past nine years,
been planned for Feb. 17-20 at vice
died Wednesday at San Jorge
I the Ringllng circus arena He Jlmlson's Out Hospital In San Juan, Puerto
said the dates already have It also was recommendedthat ; I
I Rico. He was 61 years) old. \
I been confirmed by tingling a letter be sent to Jiml- Mr. and Mrs Noyes were q'I \ "

yI son's Better Productions of on a combined business and .
Largo which handled last pleasure trip In San Juan
year's show informing them when he became ill. r
Join ParadeVenice that the contracts signed by
They came here In 1955
the firm are void since there I"'
from Barrington, Ill Jis
Area auto dealersreport has been no written contract
record crowds viewIng with the VACC on the 1963 birthplace was Chicago.He [ "
1 Yte1'' pR a M their new models on show. was a member of St. Ii .I
4' i which showings started The firm also Is to be further lark's Episcopal Church, I I'I; \
last week. notified that its services Venice Golf Club,' Sigma Nu : , "' I

The sleek 1965 automobiles will not be ,required In the Fraternity, and was commodore t '
were featured in a future.A of Venice Yacht Club / 1 ," 1
special section of. The copy of the letter la to be from 1961-1963. l' r '
GONDOLIER last weal sent to all firms which have Mr. Noyes grew up In Oak Ij i t jl I
sponsored by Duncan signed contracts with Jimlson Park,, IU. He was graduated '

Chevrolet, Wolfer Motors with notification that the from Perdue University in I R. M BEALL, owner and operator of Beall's downtown Bradenton the past year and the ; ,
He then employedIn
the 925.
chamber will assume con was
CAL Attractive Fern TTolfe of 404 Villas Drive Inc, Bill Phillips Ford the dairy industry In Bay Department Store In Venice Shopping Center one with the most progressive attitudes. In V

?ch of Hollywood-type glamor to the local scene Inc., Wood Chrysler-Ply tracts.The Manncraft firm will City, Mich and later In the and two stores In Bradenton, has been the photo above Beall is shown with his eon, ,
trw chapeau and sunglasses ash? poses on the mouth Motors Inc, Venice- furnish polished aluminum Lancing (Mich,) health department named the outstanding downtown merchant Egbert Beall, on his right, and William J. F'i1' F'
i t: at the south end of the Venice city beach Ben Nokomis Bank, National and telescoping frames hung with He lived in Ba.I of 1964 by the Downtown Businessmen's Horn, manager of his! Venice store, on his 1 l ly'

t. ( L.aWsenior the mother of Bank of Venice Bank. brocade backdrops and pan- Ington for 21 yean where hen Assn. at Bradenton. Beall was cited far,right.I ) ''g (
the Englewood
r-old : !U Venice 1Caaua.ed\ r pap It (CDle4\ page It ?, M tin Bttrtfianj who baa doGe moat tor ,

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" 1 2-The GONDOLIER Venice FU. Mon.. 28, l 1964 HOME SHOW

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eta in a choice of colors. The\
Venice High School News booths will be 7 by 10 feet in
size with a 0 by 40 inch sign<<
Included. Chrome furniture
: rental, including tablet and
By_JU3AN' MCRPHY end of the first nine weeks, test will aid in college place. risers will be available.The .
and many a Junior and senior ment. Tampa firm's services I
The mighty Indians started girl is keeping her fingers -o- also include floor plan design JM
their season off right with crossed. Another examination for the complete stun service, an exhibitor
their big win In the season -0- nursing and teaching scholarships service center to coordinate -
opener over North Fort My The Future Teachers of will be given in Sarasota details of the show,
ers. At the sound of the final America group is well under Oct. 20. Last year Venice and arrangements for electrical r
gun the score was 25.7 in favor way with plans for substitute won four of the seven .service drayage a
I of the Indians. The heartbreaker teaching in both Venice and scholarships, and we are labor pool and Insurance.
of the evening was Nokomis. The aim of this organization hoping to match or Improvethat Chamber services will Include .
Peden's 89-yard run to the I Is to help students record this year, the sale of booth space,
foal with a flag on the play Interested toe teaching career - publicity and entertainment
Coach Powell predicts that to get a first hand look 'The Skin of Our Teeth" by pollee and fire protection, and
this year will be Venice's at and at least a little expert Thornton Wilder is to be the parking \
best. ence in that field. Senior Class play It will be NOYES ,
j -ewe presented the first week in
Keyettes are hard at work at VHS now have a C.'P.:. March at the Venice Little (Continued from pare 11
active in the Methodist
already with their school was
wonderingwhat Theatre will be held
I club. If you are Tryouts
Church and Lions Club. He
beautification project. They that is, it's a Combination In the near future
plan to decorate each room In was vice-president in chargeof
of Diversified Cooperative -0.
the new wing according to the Education and Coo era- Not to be outdone, the Junior sales of Dlversey Corp,for
theme chosen by that teacher 30 years and for the past nine
11 I v e Business Education Class Is hard at work.
and they are also in the These students attend schoolfor They are selling beanies and years has been semi-retired 'SAtEttfl
serving as consultant South
process of furnishing the half a day and are employed rah-rahs at the home games
American-Puerto Rico Dl
work roo.rn.ln that wing. Th.hoot.nann.s by local businesses the In an effort to Increase school
will start againon rest of the time This system spirit. The money from these versey Survivors Corp include his widow -
the first Monday in October .
Hives them on-the-job training sales and the other projects
Mrs<< Eunice Doreen
with Mr. of Sara.
their chosen will for this II
in career to year's
go pay
sota, leading the feativitieeTheir Noyes; a son, Dr. Jack 3.Noyes :>.
while they are still in school. Homecoming to be held on
!:! initiations will be at the At the meeting held Tuesday, Nov. 20.Seems. daughters of, Mrs Barrlnllto William; two H.
Sept. 15, the following officers - 1.
Fullerton of Frankfort, Ind..
were elected: like everyone is taking .
and Lindeman
'j Mrs. Gerald S.
4 NEW HOMES 1 President, C. E. Pitts: vice- tests this time of year, the of Summit, N. J.I; a sister,
president, Alice Angel; re Junior PSAT or Preliminary Mrs' Kenneth Hales of Glen
FURNISHED cording secretary, Mary Burris Scholastic Aptitude Tests are Ellyn Ill., and six grandchild
OR UNFURNISHED ; corresponding secretary, being given on Oct. 20. These OUR
will eccept Linda Sanchez: treasurer, Susan tests are part of the College ren.Funeral services were held
Homes LandCara Dear; historian JulieLelh Boards.Entrance Examination Saturday morning at St.
; sergeant-at-arms. Dan Mark's Church
a Bo.t.i
Young; reporter. Paul Thayer. - with The Rev. Donis Dean
Trailers In trade After four hectic weeks of
i Patterson pastor, officiating.
school the students are finally r
-.0- Interment was in Gulf Pines
l ,> Cockrill! Builders The State Achievement getting used to the new Memorial Park. Rawles Fu. '
j ,I" offices in East Gate Tests for the seniors which period system of 14 half-hour neral Home was In charge of .
Ph 488.1451488.3845 will last the whole day are periods with no tardy bells arrangements. ,g
j -' to be given on Oct. 7. This and no homeroom at the end
of the day. Although we must PAM- I IS
4' admit that those first few
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days the entire school was in I
!RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE a state of mass chaos, now the Panorama of Sarasota
has offered the chamber 10-
things settled down to
their usual 000 copies of the proposed
gruelling pace and
tJ l' CUSTOM SHADES cloth covered vinyls, we foresee a winning year Panorama of Venice for free YOURGAIN
; both scholastically! and ath. distribution along with reimbursement
84 l i, burlap, parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER] letically for VHS.: of the postage required
: AT Reasonable PRICES ft Prompt Service. for mailing them
1 The committee also suggested ,
ALLENConvalescent that the board of directors
I 1 f hundreds of lampshades In stock. All' and consider an option in
I \ .. and sues their contract with Sunshine
JAI'O Mote Lamp Out of ro.... forrVes. etc Nursing Home Press to take an additional t
near REPAIR LAMP REPAIR 24 Hour Nursing/ Service/ 10,000 copies of the Visitor's
S. Trail The chamber has until
( r- Oct. 1 to exercise the option. i

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4-111. GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon, Sep}. 28, 19b4I Mrs. Hamilton Represents
I Martin-Fader Nuptials. SaidIn

"Johnson For President" Chairman, a simple Saturday afternoon is the son of the late Mr. and The bride and groom were i Venice GOP Club At Rally

I ceremony et Emmanuel Mrs Phillip Martin whose attended by Mr and Mrs,
Ii! r' Mrs. George Gibbs Opens Push With Lutheran church, Bernie home was in Cranford, N J. Gary A. Bell Ushers were Mrs Carl Hamilton Is visiting Friday and Saturday.
Fader of 1322 Mango Ave became The ceremony was per Bill Bodager and Tom Swing I relatives In Chicago today She loft Thursday and Join" ,
''I the bride of Joseph L. formed by The Rev. Charles Mrs Martin wore a pink after representing the ed Venice members Mrs. ON,
j ; "Get Out The Vote" Drive This Week Martin of Bayshore Drive, I. Rowe before the altar deco sheath jacket dress with I, Venice Republican Women vile B. Llttick and Mrs. Don" !
Nokomis. rated with mixed white flow matching accessories and a Club at the national r The bride is the daughter ers and white taper. In tall small pink feather hat. Her In Louisville, Ky residents, In Louisville. Attending .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Houscl candelebra. Mrs Edward from
at 9244915. was of pink sweet- Sarasota
A mass effort this week y murry corsage were
t y Democratic party workers to Plans are being made for of Decatur, Ill and the groom Fanning III was organist. heart roses In a deeper shade Mrs Helene Morris, a msm.,
i, fi ;\ get out the vote is the first the committees and chairmento Mrs. Bell wore an aqua her of the Venice club nn)
( of the plans being put into ef go, as a group, to meet crepe afternoon dress with .. and Florida National CO!!).
a'' : feet in the "Johnson 'or Mrs. Johnson who is scheduled Longtime Resident FetedAt matching! accessories. Her "d' ,. mitteewoman, Mrs. Scott
President" effort by Mrs, to appear in Tampa next corsage was of cream and ', '. Wood, Mrs. Grace Hagerman
\i George Gibbs, newly appoint. week on her Florida campaign yellow tea roses : ( and Mrs. Arthur Samuels

t ed Sarasota County "Johnson tour for the President. Coffee Before Departure The reception was held at ::. ,. : registered Two thousand for the delegate
'I' for President" chairman. St. Mark's Episcopal Church conventionand
Committees and plans for dinner
3,000 tickets
r Mrs. Gibbs was appointed Mrs Gretchen Nichols of Mrs. Nichols has been a parish hall which was deco for the were
the October "Johnson for with sold banquet and rally
county chairman Wednesday 429 Menendez St. will be honoree resident of Venice since 1935. rated for the occasion .
.. held at Freedom Hall
by Mrs. Fritz Gordon of Mi- President" push will be made pink and white carnations. .. Friday
'j at a coffee Wednesday at She will leave Thursday to , night. Fifteen thousand .
i., aim, co-chairman of the worn. later this week, Mrs. Gibbs 10:30: a m. at the home of make her home In Orlskany, Mrs. Jim Dauphtry, Miss Patty M.i.g-s'. seats were open for |ol.lery
en's division of the state committee said. Both she and Mrs. Mc. Mrs. Ralph Anderson at 400 N. Y., in order to be near hereon Pitts and Mrs. D. Grady visitors. rally

working for President d, VvSIRS. Elmurrey attended the cam. Pensacola Road.Cohostess Robert A. Nichols, who Hough assisted at the punch . Luncheon speaker Fridaywas
is Democratic bowl and Mrs. Paulette Lan-
Johnson' Mrs Gibbs lives in ,
with Mrs. Anderson Binghamton.
State Committeewoman palgn conference and reception ius was in charge of the Mrs. Laddie Shutar, new.
All of Mrs. Nlchol's friendsare
will be Mrs. Arthur : ly appointed chairman of
and Seventh District vice. given by the Presidentat P. Swanson. invited and she will be es. bride's book. Republican National
t president of state Democratic the White House In April. peclally honored by fellow- For her wedding trip Mrs mlttee. Com
Women's Clubs. -- --- members of Esthers of Ven Martin wore a colonial blue ; : Workshops were held .
Mrs. George McElmurravof A linen dress with matching accessories j. Saturday
Sarasota was named vice. Nokomis School Hears ice.The honoree is a member of and a white straw t-., \'iI\. L' : :l another morning luncheon, ,followed and on
chairman picture hat with colonial
..- Grace Methodist Church and a -- day members toured
Mrs. Gibbs will appoint a blue ribbon. The couple will historic
GEORGE GIBBS Esther Circle of that church MRS. CARL HAMILTON sites in the area by bus.
eommitte head In each pre- During her residence here she honeymoon In Decatur and
ll 1 elnct who will in turn line up ers, she laid."We're Traffic Rules TalkSheriff has been active at various Danville, 111, and will be at
her own workers Appointments home at 1322 Mango Ave. after To Meet
going to ring all the times with the Venice-Noko- GOP Club
'i, so far include Mrs door-bells in Sarasota County mla Woman's Club, the Venice Oct. 16. LA MARR
Ross Boyer, Deputy"Cap" while walking o r riding; bikesto
Collette Jr and Mrs. of
George Area Women'sClub Is native There will be meeting
," she said. Workers will Republican She a of Decatur a
and from school
Stevens and Crossing was emphasized
d Frank Sovereign in Venice Esthers of Venice and the Mid-Sarasota County Republican
oass out literature, automo- and was educated in the Decatur BEAUTYSHOP
Guards AI Smith end Arthur
end Mrs. V. C. Ockenfels In bile bumper stickers and has attended Order of Eastern schools. Mr. Martinwas Club at the Nokomis
Englewood. Mrs. Gibbs will Jantz, spoke to Nokomls Mrs. Elinor Eklund, principal Star her Volunteer Fire House
President Johnson buttons. membership remaining educated at Cranford, N. Union
children traffic that parents re- SPECIAL
meet with her appointees this on urges with her home )ES J., his former home. today at 7:30: p.m.
This week in the Venice rules at outdoor as mind their children not to
week to campaign plans safety an
lay group in New York. She has He is associated with Terminal All members are urged to PERMANENT
which will include weekly"coke" area they will call unregistered sembly on Wednesday. dally along the road especially activities -
five children, all married, 17 Transport Co. and she attend to decide upon
+ voters and take those requiring The for alertness along Nokomis Byway, so
parties for the work.I. necessity both
grandchildren and one great.grandchild. with First Federal Savings course of the club
to Venice
d transportation that they may reach home before
and Loan Assn. before and after the November
tH Civic Center to register. the safety patrol and Col. C. C. Moo- $5.95MARY
This is already being done in HomemakersMeet crossing guards leave their election,
( I Learn To DriVe Sarasota, Mrs. Gibbs said that theschool' mow, president, said.
posts. Jantz reported
J Sttt Lie.LUTHER Sr 8...1... Volunteer workers may call TodayThe new dismissal procedures Grace Methodist Is Host BISHOP
j 11 11I
I. tl} her at 488-2683 or at Venice Extension Homemakers' have Improved thesafetY'
DRIVING SCHOOL Democratic Headquarters at Council of Sarasota along Nokomis Byway ELECT STOKES Formerly with Center
I Sarasota 488-9408 Osprey area volunteers County will have Its countywide . Walking children leave To Beauty Salon
Tel. 955-0755 or 924-2108 I may call Mrs. McEl- meeting at a depart. school five minutes ahead of District WSCS MeetingGrace COUNTY JUDGE US. 41 NOKOMISS.

w ment store auditorium In bike-riders of C .ey Key Tura-Off.
William Pitcock, safety Methodist Church Mrs Frank
Sarasota Tuesday at 1:30: p. patrol Carwithen and PH. 488-5560
coordinator, and Mrs. will be host to the Sarasota "Message of Genesis and the Nov 3rd, 1964
SPECIAL DISCOUNT m.This group was formerly Eklund noted in a recent observation District Woman's Society of Life Within," by Mrs. J. T. Pi. PoL Ad.. br nned.G i Dorothy LaMarr owner

known as the Sarasota County of Nokomis By-way Christian Service workshop Blalock.
I Home Demonstration Council. that about 70 children walkor Wednesday. The district president, Mrs

$ Roll curtains for your screen porch-plastic or canvai The store will present a ride bikes from Nokomis Theme will be "Summonedto Clinton Wineland, will openthe
Fashion Show, using their School eastward as far as a New Age." meeting Opening' prayer SMACK MCDONALD'S
and awnings for your home or professional models. Miss Vir River Road or Portia Street. Registration will begin it will be given by the host pas
i ginia Thompson will speak on About 20 bike-riders use Nokomis 9 a.m. and classes will con- tor The Rev. E. L. Dinkins,
: Special 10% Off Through 18th of the selection and care of the By-way. They remind vene at 9:30 a.m. and the closing prayer and 661 S. Tamlaml Trail Ph. 488-287) Venice, Fli.
i modern fabrics. This will be all bike-riders that it is unlawful The following studies will benediction will be given by
NovemberCALL followed by a film on the hard for children to ride be given: "Presentation of Mrs. F. Reide Onley, district WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS 6 A.M.

it water problem in our area more than one on a bike. New Purpose" by Mrs. H. secretary of spiritual life cul FRIDAY OCTOBER 2nd
with its effect on laundry and About 32 children walk east- Quillian Jones, assisted by tivation. The meeting will
'' COLLECT FOR FREE ESTIMATES plumbing. ward as far as River Road Mrs. Paul Kemp; 'The conclude at 3 p.m.
Members of the Myakka, and about 14 walk to Portia. Church's Mission Among A luncheon will be served
Sarasota, Pine Shores, Noko If children proceed at a New Nations" by Mrs. Junior and a nursery will be provid BROASTED CHICKEN DINNERS
r Sarasota Canvas Co. Inc. mis, Venice and Englewood noraml, steady pace, they can Avers; "United States Responsibility
I ed.District
> f clubs will attend and may reach their homes on River in a World Community officers who will Special Take Out Box Lunches

.[ 2083-12th St. Sarasota, Fla. bring one or two guests each, Road before the guards go off of New Nations" by assist In the clinics are: Mrs. &
Mrs. William E. Rudolph, duty', they' saidMasons Mrs. John Macdonald; Alice Powell, recording secretary
I Phone 958.1446 council president, will con "What's Newt The New ; Mrs. Charles Bartell,
duct the meeting. Confer Look, by Mrs. George Clark; treasurer; Mrs Guy Decker,
t "Spanish Americans" by secretary of program mater. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS

lal; Mrs. John Cummings,
Fall Special! Degree TonightThe ObituariesMRS. secretary of campus ministry On Auto Insurance
I ; ; Mrs. Julius Bunch, Missionary .
METROPOLITAN Fellowcraft Degree of ,I. NEW LOW RATES
Venice Lodge 301, F&AM will
Daisy Kurtz, chairman of the
DANCE CLUB Mrs. Ruby Shroyer, 64, of
be conferred by Junior War 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
i nominating committee, and
:2 LESSONS den Richard F, Geraci at a Mission Valley Estates died
Mrs. Thurmond
Life Insurance Co. Thursday at Venice Hospital Doub. chairman
I Parties Weekly special meeting! tonight at 8 of public relations.
I Only $260 pm. in the Masonic Temple A native of Warren, Ind., e /'/ A
I I she later lived In Muncie and _
Wade Ballard Sr., will deliver
I C. A. "Chuck" Reiter C. T. "Chuclt" Reiter COMPLETE PROGRAM the Fellowcraft lecture. came here from that city in 1 !, ( {/
I I Ph. 483-6321 Ph. 4884590For $ Private Lessons, Refreshments will be served 1962 A schoolteacher for 20 ARLIE GRAY AGENCY

4 Group Lessons following the ceremony years, she retired shortly be- ART SCHOOL & GALLERY I 116 W. Venice Avenue
without obligation check the
information '
plan fore coming her. to live. I CLAS8F8 m DRAWING I'f"+'
you ore interested I 4 Socials She is survived by her husband AND PAINTNO I I Telephonel 488 aDD
I ONLY $32 Elks/ Auxiliary To Fred Shroyer, and a Pan. Day a Dmorutrmtloiu Ewnliw . .
I ';!;iI: I CLIP THIS COUPON 1 TEENS & YOUNGER Meet Tomorrow brother, Robert Laymon sae w. vet, A,. j
10 Private Services will be held Tues

i Mail To Lessons, $32.00 ) i Ladies Auxiliary of Benevolent day at Meeks Mortuary In
P. O. BOX 128 12 Group ,. and Protective Order of Muncie with The Rev. Mr.

Venice, Fla. Lessons, $30.00 'r I Elks, Lodge 1854, will meet Barnes of College Avenue
tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Elks Methodist Church of Muncie 1
\ t J ANNUITY ( ) HOSPITALIZATION Register Now Hall with Mrs. Paul We. officiating Burial will be in

J ( ) LIFE INS. ( ) GROUP ((5 or more) Fred Asfaire I brand, vice-president, presid Delaware Mount Tabor County Cemetery', Ind. In XUCSMCMAMO

Name A social hour will follow the Rawles Funeral Home was ELIZABETHAN*
DANCE STUDIOS meeting In charge of local arrange ARa aNGAeeD,

Street City Call 958-6675 or Stop at ments.
I 1233 Gulfstream Avenue South Arabia's population,
J Phone Age Sarasota, Fla. of which no census ever has THELMA HOLLAND

Between 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. been taken, is estimated, at TRESUER
h.nrCa1 Mrs. Thelma Holland
: .I : I" about one million.
Tresher 60, of 319 Pedro St.
t, died Thursday at her home.
I Itf A native of and former resident "
of Virginia, she has
lived in Venice for the past 21
years. She was former ownerof
El Patio Hotel.
t e ,$ Rawles Funeral Home Is In I
charge of arrangements.

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; Fired The GONDOLIER VenTes!_ Ft,'. MOB_,!_:, Sepf. ?B, 7M. =5Gerber's I I

tlnuea1 from page 1)manager )re I''
I before be 1
city I I I
I Io i
I ddder was understandably pCCENT e ";
the summary
*. m which he was firn ! something employee tell you wrong,If"you he," NEW IN TOWN1 P Clapps I Iyy 'I 1, .

r.ald he was told by
hard ider that his engineering or Beechnut :i; I
woe satisfactory, but I ,

t ware\I t IP.)', lacked He met\ said he administrative by had two the failed[ at
Die city barn each morn-
and, help get the city work I'' ,
second com-
neeThed!t h dealt with the Reg. Jar 8CPrku I
posed; Seaboard Avenue : \ ;

,nt, 0 1 A 1 I 1,
rib* went oe to assert II'I
wBs, indeed, avetlable CELIENC 0 ", ;
he f """''''''''i'F' '''=''''' ' 1<:
? ; .Yl

- morning, but hadn'tght f ;; I"
, it his duty to go over Effective Sept, 28 Thn Sept 30 i, ,

{foreman specific's duties head and He fur-as- I iii"" -.. ";11"" """ ''i I :I''i il
that, although VENICE
t actual Seaboard declared work Avenue had been, it done was t And You Get TOP VALUE STAMPS TOO! i :

recommendation that STOREONLY FISCHER ALE
II]paving- he held up unhi ::! r.::' J.:':''!'<<::::'''1j } :, miJ"("' m;! :'!."r J'n: '1 : ::- :'''] .1
Venice Avenue bridgethe J

!It completed.intracoastal water- or t ;
Good Relations '
der further cited that he Quantity RlgLts Reserved SAVI 10 ASTOR FRUIT BEER'
ilways had "very good
with the State
lions" '
1 Department and has 303 Cu '
a working closely with Cocktail 15 6pak-lZ-07.can' N
n on plans for the reloca- Limit Three
of city utilities ) .
n fact," said Slider, "my
e it in the special pro- SAW 4s ASSORTtD' FLAVORS ,

Jin K plans for any regarding interpretation utili- bYC i J
Rea Site I
Ider also charged that Jello 7'
Limit FomRog. -
ell no organization in the MaNresl riN r t I I
t city departments-waitwer III '\ I 1" J I I
and .treet..wlth 'I
h he hoe been most close- 10 Cup FuDy ,I I to: : SAVI 25c QUAKER 1.
allied He said he was in Automatic "
when he was fir- C
,,1 process f working up Job deserip- flea P.rcolator Or Quick C 1
>in, payroll organizational classifications chart'was I ''i ; UlliS 2 UmrtTwo 25 POPULAR BRANDS
Yow Choke
completely flabber- COFFEE .
ed when Mayor Brohard ;
mi of councils decision," Id SAVI'.. WIftT' ARROW LIQUID
er declared. ,
o also cited what he call- MAKER :
Iilse economy" in the _ 22 OLUmftTwo '
base of used equipment 1ge. i
the public works depart- __ Delergent }
,u. "It's false economy," Re.S6. .
er buy asserted secondhand, "for the equip-city .! I $2.59 t 1
t and spend a lot of '

iejr oat er Slider with keeping of the baling said city's it, is up wire held"rollingk and to- Worth Booklet dip Coupon$1 You From $ 5 99 r T..ssue Twin Four PakLimit Roll* 15c KING or FILTER i : '

went on to state that hein n I
, the works when fired a T Received In The Mail ; 1
mmendatlon for a pre. .
cave: maintenance plan '
der said the garbage 6 3 1
In particularly need hour ,16 OL
en instead of speedomet- 19.
rnice their engines some- Hardiest Citation Loaf 1
f s run for 20 minutes to
hslf hour without the PATTERN d i "'''' ''' '''''''''I j
pment moving This, he HnHiHHHHHiHinH'H'H'H'iHiHiHInner ' '

.lion would of give when a better routine in. U- Knife I = 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS ." .- D&1
ntenance should be per. .' Swanion'i' Frozen Meat ey t
'n II accomplish- **+++++++ttttet.rtt+**+****************'**
during his five monthsre Redeem the valuable coupons from

cited rt at master the city revision engineer plan and of, Slid-the the for the Tableware booklet you, Special received Bargains In the mail and I 1 ' I FREE 100 Top Value I Stamps

silos, survey and grad- Bonus TOP VALUE p te
of 1 the proposed Harbor '
'e extension through the 8 a
flit With Coupon and Purchase ofSWANSON'S

d" laid he also was try
to learn as much as poee f GAME ;
about the water and
er Plants since most of FROZEN
work before coming to .. I .
let had been in road I :

rt dine wen he course pointed attending and for maintenance.out municipal a that special he Apple'u MEAT DINNERS 3 for $1 1 I ; I J

or and sewer department jJ
leyes in Tampa during Delights '
past week.further J<

'w 1 is lanitary Ifa mess"sewer and oper-said 12 Pak Pkg. 39c I IDIXIE

". working on a plan ton C l.t'Ef'i\: :::: ::; ; l ,," .\f"n=,.. , iiJ\Z';; ::r"" ;,;
It UP He said he had
% visited the Braden- DARLING a

d lOwer have plant had a where picnic"you ns0rounda" Bread CHEFS TATER BITES 2 Mb. pkgs. Z9 1
they were so

\red the inside o<*< the Z r Leaves 43c + SAVE! McKENZIE'S BLACKEYEO OR '
I was spotless," he add- PEAS . e 1'12' 1be pkg. 39 II IICROWDER t

*r went on to add that I
last time he had visited FRESH, "pR.ODUCe
Venice sewer plant, he ,
the to 1 continually flies as he brush sat talk-a. Put Your Trust In Our Finer Meats .

*to and., that t the odorFwast RUSSET BAKINGPotatoes Mcintosh BRAND H k kW0

e lat 5 time down we and could< ironed really out GROUND . 1b. t'
a Problems when ," slider said, Apples4Lb. f '
Guy Curwood
JI JIon vacation but 1
nil)saw during them (the city C BACON . . 1b. .
that period"tt9 5 Bag
004 1a city', build- lb. Bag JTT

''IC Ptctor works and director of CRACKIN'-GOOD BISCUITS, . e e. . canSc

4 Ider equipment,called the public LYKE'S SUGAR CREEK ,
yard at the

that barn"a big cleanup J 011 disgrace"Seaboard of the Ave-area and 2' g CHUNK BOLOGNA . a . I . . lb.29tf ,tti y h hIT'S

hobether project on which COPELAND'S OR TARNOW'S ,: r 1 k r

11 5 there sketch ell in working.the for improve-"I ju.tIs WEINERS e 1 . e 12-oz. pkg. 31 i
I' morning," he APPLE {
declardon't TENDER j

;)liut understand"I've PIE PORK STEAKS '. e. 1. ., . lb.49< r e
fortpeople never ,
., I
dId >if you were

.11.they,In...jUst.the And said wrong h.> 'let'furtherfkthworke direc-go- Per. Pond 33 C ROLLS&USAGE I a 31bs.SlSlider

wear, and
ke time ,
"ta let< ,oinj agalnakn



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.. 6-The GONDOliER, Venice, Fl. Men, S.p' 28,1464 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY i


ri A Weakness For CatsBy I

RUSSELL KAY seized For no reason at all in the grass. After thai"
S 'OR/ a I replied, "Peleg BOIII"! had to have a few dr p. a!
SI I have always had a waak- "He is a descendant of an Vodka in hiswouldn't mash Or 4 It f
ness for ciU. This statementwill old colonial family but un drink 1 It.
I probably bring ehudder doubtedly a blacksheep. Yea, cats are 1nIIIderf1j
to those unfortunate humans You guessed It,, we took him critters when You naIIJ
I It who happen to be allerglo to home and fed him, loved to know them in spite III III
: MIMBER Or TB* ASSOCIATED: Panes .- ann OF 'THS) FLOklDA MMS ASSOCIATION them or because of some him and turned him Into amore fangs and claws and t..,
I quirk of nature, can't tolerate l or less respectable cat. -
} g h. e.b ' r M N eU u.s arse. s.etw aN the nasty beaiU. He rewarded US by eating our It is estimated that (t W
: :'f. :=
: :;
r. w .a EE. . Mi=. > b"l iPnblltM ass Ax nee. a "eebn..U.. I have found you either like pet canary, but the joy and are more; than 380 mm?
.0.pal.t so..5.
P nee ... sad kesl. sdo .... .._ of III" ..pees II ........... .d Os -.tIooo. to cats or you don't. I like them, happiness he gave my daughter radio world receiving with seta hT 11II?
r G pa..a fstldd..apt N 501St.1 ....'..10.. whether they are of the do- offset his evllness. about

r e, Cnrr II...... U4 Tb.ndv r... U->< ...... ...... meitlc variety I have or denizen had cat of Then there was Aloulsus, In the United States, 11
., Ie I un4 As s.s.d ClM Mitt At M OttlM .. V.... Florid.t" the or two Jungle.around for as long a af the office cat He marchedInto -

t" n EDWARD D BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher JI .y found Jain them remember delightful and com-have with our the office help, a one big morning yellow

I : COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager r panloni. However, I never tom, and climbing into the TROPHIES
.. .. ................ lower drawer of my scare
e: SAM DILLON ....... .. ... News and Newsphoto Editor owned a cat. Nobody ever of
tary's desk took possession
4 J rr ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent did.A ,cit Is the most Independent the establishment. When I AWARDS
reached the office my secretary -
00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county IS.M per year W.29 per six months $2.78 You can creature lead them on to milk, said, "Look what I got," EXECUTIVE
; per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county $625 per year, $ ..25I provided they want to be led, and pointed to the sleeping Gins
I per sis months, 13 per three months. but can't make them feline in her desk drawer.
AitrartlUnl. RwraMBUUmi fto M. tnm ....... CilMnfllk rta.1 AMrituMrattUm Nwp.M __ drink you unless they damn well Aloulgus became a fixture. PRESENTATIONSENGRAVING
t .
M w Yak N X I AUuU (M.I Dom> MIA
01 have made up their mind that The office help fed him madea
I they want to drink, and I fuss over him and he ran
have lien cat ao cockeyed the office like a tyrant. One
da Editor A Reader
Letter To The From hungry their ribs ached but of the girls hated cats. He
flondaTmffie lofty CouncU they had to show their independence seemed to know it so he Fart Service Low
'" / To A Letter by standing off long would park himself on a table Prim
1 Sequel Teenager's Open "A toast to the careless, the selfish, the stupid and arrogant!" enough to let you know they nearby and glare at her, hissing Sane Immediate day Delivery mod, km
rrF didn't have to If they didn't If she made a move toward engraving If Mtdo I
How featuring and heartwarming toE through, if you're not too tired read want to.Every. him. One evening, just
I read the open letter to Perenti from a a book. 2 Scouts Win Eagle AwardsThe cat I have encountered before closing time a visitor wrBe Cone, In /May,
i had a distinct personal. came by with I bottle of or,
rr teenager at published in The GONDO "Your parents do not owe you onttrtainmont /- ity. All of them maintain the Vodka and Insisted I have a
w LIER. It reminded me of a clipping from Your city daunt owe coveted Eagle Scout nation, home repairs and pub Madison Avenue or movie slug. Then he put a half Jigger .
1 went two membersof .
award to lic health by Dickens.Other
:: a Washington D. C. paper thetlmpdI you a recreation center. TAe world' Venice area scouting unitsat Explorer merit bad. producer attitude of ""Don'tcall In the cat's milk. Alouisus -

I me as did the open letter. At far at It I dooin't owe you a ,living. You owe ityour Court of Honor ceremonies ges went to Philip Farley, Time me,after I'll call time you.I have off but sampled ha was It,hungry then backed so hi SHDPPE

i t r know the author Is unknown but the fire. end energy and your talent/ Tuesday night.Recipients of scoutings first aid, swimming Feldman lifesav. picked up a cat with the returned and drank it all. 1231 North CuiritreaniAmKen ,,
log Rick cooking
1 I message is priceless. It reads so that no one will to at war or inpoverty highest award for boys were Hugh: H. Grey III, nature;. thought of caressing i it in my Emitting a sight of content- the Bayfrent/ Sarneta
/. boa reenoyen complain' or tick or lonely' again Jim Park of Boy Scout Troop camping seamanship, music, lop and, squirm only to until have I it It attained wiggle ment, he made his way out Telephone 933-6907
28 and Hugh M. Grey III of woodcarving, safety, motor- the back door and fell, blotto,
l "What can we do? Mere tan we "yo, supposed to kt mature its freedom then in its own
Explorer Squadron 121. boating, citizenship in the nation
7 I go?" enough to accept some of Me reponiibHit'm Next highest rank, Life and automotive safety; good time jump in my lap SHADES
"j: 7Ae answer h: Go home" Hang $ your parents have car- Scout, went to Daryl Mattoxof Daryl Mattox, lifesaving and and it submit to my attentionas EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP
purred contentedly.Among '
{ Explorer Squadron 121. first aid Jeff Trueman, firstaid
the storm windows, point Me wood. rind for years, They have denied Ronald Dickens and Daniel and ;swimming, and Jim famous cats of my e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
I W work. Rake Me //eovei: mow the lawn; themselves/ comforts so Mat could' Coulbourne, also Explorers, Blackburn, first aid experience was Peleg Boggs.He TRADITIONAL
sAoveMe walk.' Wash Me car scrubsoma you were elevated to Star Scout. Members of Troop 28 received was a forlorn stray that
: ; Aave luxuries This/ they have done Dickens and Coulbourne also the following merit my daughter and I encountered let us style your favorite
floors. Me minitttr rabbi, vase
Help ,
the of the on an evening walk.
t were badges: ;Bill Granger basket ceramic beautiful
; j gladly/ for you are their/ greatest Crouched beside the road, he or Into lamp
I or priest; Me Red Cross; Me Salra- Bronze Award Emergency ry; Jim Park, fingerprinting,
ai w l" ton Army." Visit Me tick, Me poor. treasure In It""e,,'. name" grow up Rating and a variety of merit railroading, canoeing; George was a picture of despair. HI* t Rewiring a Ruffing
I badges Dickens also won the Siede, camping; Michael hair was matted, there were e All Lamp Repairs
r E : Study four /lessons And when you're and go Aome/ Gold Award and Vocational Siede, first aid, basketry, soil sandspurs in Us ears, he had
..l! I, Rating and water conservation, fishing the mange and he looked Work by Experienced Designers and
Merit badges earned by the ; Scott Egglefleld, rowing more like a ghost than a cat. Oeftsmt
I'' pair included swimming, cit Adult leaders of the two My daughter, like most
. I, IJ' 'I Bubble Gum And BureaucracyWhich aid izenship by Coulbourne in the home and and swimming first. units are Grady Hough, Ex. children interested., became She wanted intensely to THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

first aid, citizenship: In plorer advisor, and Art Fits know all about the kitty. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAP SARASOTA FLORIDA
type of bubble gum do his company of all charges of unfair the community home and gerald, Troop 28 Scoutmaster "What is his name?" she

f '" use, Beatles Bubble Gum or Baseball Improper practices, but at the same
I ble Gum? The former has issued an order restricting the length

.; "'J Ringo, John, et al, accompanying terms of the company's contracts
I none-too-delectable confection, ballplayers. He calls this ""ludicrous; alt beauty is &alt/ lie

l' latter is marketed with photos of and without FTC precedent,"

f t"'J' I..:: of the diamond.r has appealed.Our .
r r Federal Trade Commission knowledge of the &bubble: gum

Ii. J spent five years-yes, five years Is strictly limited we don't/ use begiiuthsg of'ldults lIeI"

gating whether Topps Chewing cill".d. stuff and we have no views as to the
Inc. of Brooklyn' N. Y, his been of the findings In this case. But

ing in any unfair or Improper the Federal Trade Commission can p

selling its gum with pictures of five years looking Into the opera
'1'1. Pretrial testimony took two of .one &bubble: gum merchandiser

I I Then after a trial which lasted _'. something wrong somewhere It's

weeks and produced 4,000 pager of one more staggering ample of the

i mony, a 113-page opinion was in which our tax dollars are spent a P

L down. a sprawling end underemployed brow.
Joel J. Shorin, executive .
I' tI11rIEjYll
i I of Topps, says the FTC examiner -Richmond, V,., Timeu-Dispatch JL

I 1:1. : I What'll Happen Next? 'SS Chevrolet Impala Super Sport CoupeW3Cherrofrt'

A funny thing happened In the busyness pad up and the first &businessman: wen on
world the other day. his way back to the office.

f I I Two businessmen transacted e ratherimportant They didn't go to lunch to talk it

I business deal by the simpleprocedure over. They didn't play a round of golfto

of one business man calling &button: it up. They just met In en office
I i"I on the other business man In his office during working hours and talked business.

I' 1 et 10 o'clock. In the morning.By Amaiing. It', a longer lowers wider roomier quieter and more foot room too. There are also t rubbed walnut. Even Chevrolet's) famous
::1 10.25: o'clock/ the deal was all/ wr'p.I Gastonii, N. C, Gazette handsomer, swankier kind of Chevrolet for curved aide windows fine new fabrics and Jettmooth ride is smoother. What's newt
.1 r 1 '65. Beneath its clean-hewn lines, there's a new instrument panel that's finished (in From behind the wheel (who knows)) you
I I more shoulder room, more \leg room up front the Impala series) with the look of hand- could get a whole new outlook on Itfel

. IH !t f1 Queen Anne's Year

There are population explosions In the draping trees and &bushes: everywhere,
I j plant world too, mysterious end often and Its shimmering little white flowers

spectacular This year we have had a and spingy green pods seemed about to

Queen Anne's Lace summer..This fluffy, possess the world. Then It, too, returnedto
t i white-flowered member of the carrot family normal. And before the wild cucumberyear

L has outdone Itself and great fields was the summer of the giant mullein.Its .

''f,r and banks of it have marked roadsideand towering stalks, velvety grey-green i.'
pastureland. But this doesn't mean leaves and small yellow blooms. crowdedthe
that nest summer will again &be: whit. roadsides and "meadows. But the mullein .

with it. Some other wild flower may take , too, was beck to normal I by the '
Its place.
nut summer.
) l A year ego the roadsides and wasted All .
< i we really know Is that such eyelet J
"d I I places were &brilliant: with black-eyed
Susans. They made occur, sometimes with spectacular results,
en spectacleof
I the countryside. But orange this year they and that they almost "never are repeated NfIfI CorttJir Cora Sport COIIJIIWS .

,fl.i. V ; fell/ &back: -to their usual numbers. A few In successive! yearn I,

'I'' I':' I years ago the wild cucumber proliferated, -New York Times
< j, .. .

\ :k': = : Library Column Corsxdr i

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1Ijl I ;i'I' " ::1 "
: : Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARYI It' a racier looking, quicker steering, surer riding Independent IUlpendon system, line Coraas-up to 140 hp In the dons
: . stopping flatter cornering, roomier riding bluer eelf-adjWltln brakes, more nspon- and 600 modell. Where do you find out
J kind of i50rvalt for '65. Beneath teering and a iq roadew Also about all this firsthandt lWlt fonow'the
I your manner of tiring and your Of literary studies Cicero writes glowingly wider new Body by Fisher; 'sasweeter up to ISO hp available top.ot.theenthWl llta-to your Chevrolet dealer's.
t.. t culture/ It your wealth/ to t>t rtckontd. :

'I'' -Cicero Slid studies profit youth' and,.. More beauty to ec-1ho '85 Chctflle, Chevy hand Corvette alto now at pour "t! 'er'*

jIA i MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO was the /Joke old/ age While ,they increase
,a f most cultivated man Rome ever produced. happiness In C118883!
_ goodoriite/ they ore
English classicist Michael Grant reminds
In affliction consolation' oW re/vga.
us that the doctrines of Cicero can a DUNCAN
a1 Your Public Library spells opportunityfor CHEVROLETU.S.
Ir, r I be summed up by Cicero's own wordHUMANITAS
1 ; d -the "qualities of mind end literary study and culture

character of s man who Is civilized. USE YOUR LIBRARY. 41 and Englewood Rd. Venice Phone .;483-3067':

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GONDOLIER. Venice.; Fla. Man.. Sept 21,1954-.? I
Legal i

lint nkHcatloa' of tkla" Not)** Gardens j I' '
Englewood-Overbrook r'
Back claim or dmaand uH .. ,In '
.,IU.., and In dupllMi. tball attuKi.
plat of _lcIon..! and aott oflloaaddnai 1:1
"( th. Olalawatt thall kt.worn B/ MARY E. KROCPA : .
to kr sOs Cltlmanl. hit ..mtor
kit attomar S SMU 5. a..s.tp5.'Isd Phone 474-Z550 .5'. 5
br a 11.II fill. fat, sad aar auekflatia '
Rentals ,l ar dam.nd not .5 flm shill Through the Overbrook madevery\ hippy this week We are hippy to nee Mr. . )
f rait Tht mint In .4454
I Helm Wanted Legal t: tht J amount af .lain,ur n': .Uta, Gardens Assn. the Garden when aha received the degree Dallas Morris) Up and around

'555 asp. bo ...... .. 1100II tho Cona.IIr have received another hair. of a green itrlpe on her cip after being confined in the
RATES FURNISHED S Rooms, bath. WANTED: Part time Janitor, I NOTlrB: Or PUBLIC UK A RING UK.FORB 5ads' slid cut and \
rats CITY COUNCIL, or TH5 ANN V. HILL through the Ways and She was in a class of 28 soph- hospital Sarasota and convalescing I ,
Yearly rate, $68 Menendej Cleaning experience necessary -i I CITY OR vs Ws, FLORID*. CONOKRNINt at Kiajulrll of tht (:.tat. Means Committee the entrance mores who received their I at home on Over '
Ch.rg. &.*... both Thursday Apt*., {17 Menendej phone Phone 4883044. CHANnm.TO ). BULKHEAD LINK AIIornCr:1r:'Hin.Daan D.5.5A, his been beautifiedwith stripe. Jsyne, with her black brook Road. S:;, S

and Monday Edition 4883012. CHURCH WHOIf IT KAY CONClElUfI lit N._. 50.50, cabbage palms and colored hair and pereonaJity-plus will '\ :
wanted P. O. Bo !
.. H7I
for Sunday morning service I p..yas..1 h..'s 1Iao.horob,...nollll"...,.. I.sass th.a ,Clp, Poklliki'snt.l -llTl' lights. We are very certainly do her uniform and Mr. and Mr*. Byron Robertt't't'S
51.50$ ATTRACTIVELY: Furnished at 11 :00 am, and choir rae Council, of tht Ollf. ot VulM to aba.. *. Ort. .. M IMdIN proud of our community and cap Justice. son of Manasota Beach Roil I, I .
duplex. Block from h Mn. M '45 fortk In Oh.mS .
vote of
schools we give a thanks to S
hearsals V ltr -0- returned Thursday evening ,
during week. Please Clip Code Artlolt III
((12 word minimum) and stores. Open beam call call 4Z81309.FULL : a-se (sat COM*! ArM S. fetortt' Bw TUB oomrrr lotion: rousT Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson from a two month vacationIn I'
IN AJJD roft SARA90TA COUNTY, The First Baptist Church
Mid d..rInJ!
Addition! Word, each 6 c ing, Cove lighting Distinctive foflowl propoH chum balsa : FLORIDA IN PROBATH who live) at the entrance
towltl held Its first famines
design. I bedroom side $75 OR PART-TIME d.ncel m>..... at lh> North*!.! ....... TN REl ESTATi OPPAULINI : and have been so kind aa to meeting Pltlebure'i" ,"

CASH raHi; : both Thursday monthly; 2 bedroom side $85 teachers needed. Training 0'I In S-cllon Lot '("1,of Townihlp SchutU IIS Subdlvldon, ass... P..-*il ISABEL. ,""'SACKCTT.... Ft!. Ko. TTSSNOTIC I display Old Glory every day. of evening the at season the church Wednesday with Alfred Govro of ISO? ' J

Edition monthly. Good soft water, For available. Apply 1233 Gulf. I 'II fcut, iwunM In FIM Book I, TO AU TO CIKDITOM I They have installed a nice Overbrook Road attended the I I IPI. It
and Monday CREDITORS AND PBRSOhH The Rev. S. R. D.nlell. the
P.S. I, Piiblft ,
HMO* of Binnta
call Sarasota stream Ave. flag pole with the American
I CLAIMS OH DKNANDa more at Mrs. Stan '
County Florid.'
; th "* Pt.M .lonl pastor in charge, Officers
$1.40 924-9952 after II p.m. th. North lll;:. .of : " REAL T t an rk notlnw anj rnulMd for the ensuing year I
: OFFICE : Nortk 10' W L Star
I Mr. Unfimuh.Babarku. ,.".. wants licensed Real ice : South: I 4I. Wa ':. I* lila nr lalii ar 4mui. which miaa Stripes flying were* ceacon-nomer Ken.yon. more last Wednesday. The \ ,
v....., | ........ .. .P. Estate DOT*. N.l5 ii' at aava attain. th. E.UM: at make the entrance complete club articles for the
Mr. .
((12 I word minimum) inf ... Salesman Reply REB p. O Mil: Its U nW J'C' as' sod 1 ".ull.. IMWI DaaiaMa, .... -0- Nelson Taft, Tad Grlggs, prepares I I
OWM. LOU JACOBS, U. HIT PlorMa In Ilia af. Catholic Society to be for.
W t, S4II
ft. t.,7
Box 748. | :. f "H''r' Charlei Sutton and Louie
BouUurl. H/W-.n't: CIA HAM, S.ra- Mr. and Mrs. James Townsend warded to the Leper Colony.
w Ar.t.A5C5 typ In alanl.rti W.....,., . .... Ota Oountr I la th. Countr Court Shepherd; trustee A Be
(" WCIND = of Drive
Bayshore and
I tkana
< ; thcr* APARTMENTS: Hmu. at Florida, vital itaealmd.r Mrs. Fencyk assisted by Mr.
4 t4 ..
> II. 1111 l I. 4 October del, Norman Reynold Ben- ,
luU I for on* liutrtlon M ernta a month ,... 0. data W the their guest, Miss Alice Burk-
reasonable. Walk I, IMS, I
J InurtnM tknaaftar. to beach Business point\ of M Govro served cake and cof- '
; auk PVrsonalsBOOXICEEPING flnit hli nle Charles
"I M, <. and 1,010.til.IS >nd B U'.IOUI> for I publlc.tlon af 04541 er, packed picnic lunch last Boatrlght Derlnj
... I. shuil It II -II shopping Call 488-3447. Point' ot North B..a .1.11. ar 4maad arart W tawrltlBI a and Mr. Stewart church fee to the 12 ladle presrnt. ;
-Ju for U.S 1C th* GondolUr' P 0. and la dupltaaUt' 11 otatath. Thursday and drove to Fort I ;
14 .
Evenings 4742369Wanted M II B. siPs ft., th.. While the ladles fathered. "
....... lii 'PU> to tlwlfMa. ot clerk Owen Tarmalee and i
... Income South II* >l' If Cut I1KI ft plaoa raildmM and pot atfle.addraai Myers to look around. On :
Tax State-Federal Wage to >.. ,Iron pip. m ..|4 Southtrlr af th. Cl-lin.I .h.11 k. 1 treasurer, Mrs. Nell Town Mr. Fencvk and Mr. Govr i.
.5,5. U k* Ui. CUlm.nt. ItU IoI:1o way they stopped at
To Rent R/W of IntnoguUI W.tmea rlthonoi .e.s I motored to Tampa for the
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Reports, Personal Typing, Boat W It II" Cut, II or attorawt ikall k> aeonapanM Cape Coral went through the end. !
One Edition per Inch ,U.OC your home. Champion typist br : II at 71 dss.d fllln. tm.mat and a> IM ai r .hall Club house then over to Fort -0- day.
A I 'I
Inch I BEDROOM Apartment or 30 years experience. Nominal II.I. Ic.1.n. :, ;r.'15.''ct 0.14 by btold.. Th Ills 1.. mar 'b. addad -- I A I
loth Editions' per ,$3.50All small house, furnished. By Fee, Charles' Z. Nelms 1752 I.., CIty riorMa, 'In th. eh.mhm.1 of Vas.00'H' ta 5.. amount :r .lalm.', and rl.lm: Myers and to Sanibel and Mrs. John Brejack' Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. MatthewHells
,. .
middle-aged couple. By Oct. Banyan Drive CUr Coun.ll it ClOp Hill, Va5..., I. iiUnt mar kt oktalnai Inxa Uw 000.. I Captava Island They lunched William Schultz and Mr, of 130 Wentworth St. I
cl'lIi ifId! ads payable In S for 3 months or longer. Phone 4885254.DRESSMA1CING., Venice. Pie IMP Florid.. m M Noy tim mbr 10.Win IM4 M ly N. B. BACKBTT.a. '. at Captava Island and Roger Mashke attended the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. r ( .
idvine except it.bli h dccounti. Write S. S., Box '748 Venice. .,d.,....... "br I old pnrvow City Council*.(.on... Adialabtrator. of the E.UUaf : turned home in th evenln re"1 fill meeting of 'the board of Lawrence Morath In Gibon \:
Psalms laabol Sachatt.
.. ..
whether .
th. prapoMd h of -0- directors of the Southwest ton Tamos from Sun
Suit utlon of th. .uhllthod bolklMU. near .
. coats *, lln. pwulnlnir I(* th. followlns AUornrrt firuw.ll a Browa, I Miss Jayne Shaw of Man. Coast Deanenr at St. Mar day to Tuesday. Mr andMrs. !
and dresses Mr
.500.4 lip JaokMin B. BradfoH. sola Key who is in '
her last
Misc. For Sale Betty Orthwein N.P.C. 55.55551. Ito Attarn. for Admlnbtrator, tha's Church Hall in Sarssota Heltz and Mr. and Mrs.
Pb. ot th NorthrMt
CANCELLATION or V..loWIokomlo year of nurse's training at
428-1547. tin of Lot 0" of Sihutt 5.04550-. Buk Bids, Thursday Morath were neighbors In S I
ADJUSTMENT lo. 5 In smttas I, 1(8, Vanlaa PlorMa. 'Manatee Junior College
BALDWIN ORGASONIC PuUlihf *. .. was -0- Cincinnati Ohio, before com
spin. H.n.. II _.. .reooH-d Pl.t Book Sn>t. 11. Ill Ort I I II"OP
uirti for cancellation . et organ, two manuals, Panoramic Dressmaking alterations, I, Put I, Pukll. RMordi of 8>... NOTf'PJ We are sorry to report Mrs Ing to Florida I
or adjustment btcauit of error tone percussion walnut draperies, etc. Reasonable. oU.Ion*Conntr 110. North. Flori.II....of. thme Lot '"G''But.>. TO IIEGISTEIt FICTITIOUS NAlIE Legal E.:A. Michelin of Stoner Road -0- !
finish traded, .... ii,. a.d.5Iad. 45. Itsesby ..rUt, has been seriously ill. However Mr. and Mr A. J Krouna "
!mutt! be mad for Thursday excellent condition. 488 1130 ,...,' "8.1'1h. N 1 10' Wort, that tha .... ...du..ln. ........01 '
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m.on I Call 488-4022 after 8:00 p.m. thenp for South a TO Point' 4V of W.B..I..I.o.t, III 0*',I .... oIa.,. In lo.'h Von... 5. "011 TO RAVIN AI.L CREDITOR CLAIM4! OR AND DEMANDs PERSONS the I 11 much Improvedat of Neptune Drive were sur !'
... County, FlnrMa, 5,40. 1''llIou. this time Since Mn Mich. "Heed taut Thursday when.
to. North I 14 OK" Knit tl Tl'l, AOAIN8T BAID EBTATB. :
Monday. For Monday GONDOLIER I Ih.... North T* t4' 10". Woit 01 11. old,*kutlnoM of Hlrkonr Fa...." and that. Yon ..* henby .,Ilfid and ......,root elln isn't able to receive callers Mr' and Mrs Oscar Ploehn nf 'I
BEFORE $ 1 24" CRAFTSMAN riding SHEPARDLUMBER mora 0' 1_ 10 Ih. ...1oN 01 Robe la wmpoMd of th* fo| \0 III 5.., al.lm or d...... whldi yon I ,
p.m. on mower. A-I condition. $90. StS' 55,5' th 55. a.sths..tssIySsI50tSr lowlnc pmn. .5 DM. tndpl.rM mop Os.. ..1..1 tIIo Ioloto: .1 we are sure she will appreciate St. Louis. Mo. stopped bv to j
1 : of
..: isIs.:' ar* aa follow t .
5,5'Ot '
to thu .Ull
Diurtday. 8" Craftsman HD CO. Willis H. Wottrkh.. Vmloa, Plo. ., bllbla.. a card of cheer.0 say hello Mr. and Mrx.Ploehn .
). Jointer M-ctlon with a 54. bwrlnt N 75 p. lI.nln. n. ..... ,... 0' S.... I
PHONE with 34 H.P. motor and II' 00" K. from .... Point' of is.IssIt 5,550- .55 o ..' PlopId, So 50. sill, 5 - had been to Nassau S
stand 1003 N. Washington Blvd. th.n.. Ioulh "* 11' 00"V. l A : |! 55:. ;oavI ,
r:1d\I.Frft: 'r. GRAHAM,
i : ; 5.s..t. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond and coming up the West Coast
$85. Dial Ownanhlp bill
488.4071.PLAYPEN .
Sarasota .lsq .Id It. 101' "'ss5 or ('ounfat Jsdp.. II '''' Csts.t Conrt ,
483-3125 ta th* Point af 1I..lnnlno. Iowa 55,.. ., .. ... P55,14., .lthln, .t. Harris returned to their homeon homeward bound they decMed 4
(Said china. bolno llmlud to that Willi.* R. Wollrl.h. .0"%' s50.d.. s.ssth 50..,. .. 5
excellent condition call portion of th* nlitlnc bulkhead lln,* H.loa A. Woll.loh, 50%. idIOt Rabiis.lls .1 thIs the 4. .1 Neptune Drive list Friday to look up the Kroupis Mr.
$6.00. Phone 488-3640. ELLIOTT purtninlni to th. abov. ....lhocI proprty to our Intention ta apply In" thl Ea.h .lI., :.. .ha I In I evening from a nice two- Kroupa and Mr. Ploehn have 3
Lots For Sale PAUL ) woild,, b. d.ds.hl.5.4 not ad. Baiaaota Cl.rk of th. Circuit, Court In and fol writing and In d plM.t.i. tb.ll ...... month vacation. Their itinerary known each for many years.
SINGER for nrM to the publlt rllrht and w.lf.r* County Plorida to mrlitol' *. 111_ of T* I.... and pott offle
ZIG ZAG of th. araa. Infera>t* _ Sews like new. Buttonholes ROOF TRUSSES afforded ., opportunity to k. heard.tnd d IA.r..the or prorlaloni, of Ch.ctOT IMSIHFLFN tworn to by th* Cl.lm.nt, hi. .....tI visited their children and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
TONIC* HSIDFN.* tOTS ... FIseI4. A. 01 11.1. bit.
oh of th h or
Sews buttons upon aompltlon | thill kt aooompanlrd)
VKNICI BUSINESS SITES on monograms Alum. Windows & Door. 5 Ins th. rl.wt prnmtod will k. duly WITNESS our .n' _fa the by a 1171 i1l,, as. and turh: families In Chicago, Cincinnati Smith of Greenliwn Drive received -
OWNER. LOU JACOBS. ......., fancy stitches. Small balanceor Contract Roofing & _.1....... bfor. dffilifoa It ....d. ...- II day WIlLIAM 0' amt.wbo.H. WOTTRICH, 1554. qis.i I lalm or ,....,,. tot at fllad any .h." Endlcott, N. Y. and Bos. a letter from Mr. and
Painting th bt roll Th. .
5.5,1,1 and of
p. Vs .xtnt any flllnc I. bt addnl
$821 month. mty
per Vftlte Phone 488.2132 s0.sss of ""ol1on or baihhs.d II... A. WOTTRICH (Is..n l to 0. amount of .I.I,., and .1.1. ton. They also visited friends Mrs. Ernest Coderre who are
USC. Box 746. Venice. I Venice HARRY W. HAGEn Pukllihi fopt. tl, SI. 0... I. It 1554. form ,s.pbasbt.Is54lps.. tkt CouEttate ,. in Ohio and Illinois. On their In M lachusette. Mr. and 5 ,
Real Estate Clip CI.rk. IIr ad..'. sin..
EXPERT .bU.h SoplB.. 0., I. 15 1M. HAZU LEWIS. way home they stooped in Mrs. Coderre were old-time
HAIR STYLING IN TRE COUNTY lUOO1l'S: COURT a. AIIts.y Ad50sl.t,5Me ...E.sq .. Richmond Va., and Charlotte residents of En-lewood and
POST OFFICE Instruction in Adding AUNTY..
LAUREL Sarasota's tho .
: .
P1.010 .1 af Bnnlot Fat N. C. to visit relatives due to illness went to I'
Machines ( knllhl .1. known .. .
mechanically B mleaAttorn
of newest and finest school. op. IN .
consisting 55
Property IN THE COUNTY ,JtTOOE'S COURT JO:8TATE 0" PsIat "-f", Ot .aud.PaHl.brsiJt. Mr*. Harris says it is hardto Massachusetts to be Jlearthell'
building and additional lot Basle and advanced courses ; erated) Chemically cleaned, IN AND FOR SARASOTA SOUNTY BERNir! FAUST KKICHT .., H... H.... C loph"'lnw.
Broker. Carroll's like new. Just $12.50 plus FLORIDA IN PROBATE SOS BERNICI.. FAUST MARTIN P10rfda P...... C I'05'I SlOg"- get organized now after son while Mr. Coderre
Ward Beauty School 2828N. .
IN tF., ESTATI!: OP P.d Prch.M Fll. No. MOI ., such a nice.,long vacation. Is recouperatin from a serious
Call L. M. Promt, Phone 48H-\ Tamtam Tr.V.S, 41 and I parts It required. All makes. CLTE: 0. StILL NOTIOB TO CREDITORS IlTsi"* Ort. I. ll 1M(. -0- illness. Friends of the I 1
27th Venice Stationers 211 W. . Probat* Pile lOs MOI
4313; 488.4683.Houses. St., Sarasota. Phone NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Mrs. David Foss and child- Coderres will be happy to ,
3554844. i Ave. 488-6113. HAVINO ALL CREDITORS CLAIMS OR AND DEMAND PERSONS COMPLETE RADIATOR REPAIR & SERVICE ren motored to Bay Pines know Mr. Coderre is able to I''I,

For Sale PLANTS FOR SALE AOAINST SAID,ISTATBlYoa : 'FatterTnlnaS'''' r...... ...... Mm M...- Sunday to visit Mr. FOBS who be up and about and wants to
h ss.b notlfM and rmulrai
Norfolk Island Pines $1 1.110 Autos For Sale .. fll* art any tlalm or danand wkioh. yoo Ctalpnuat.. Pair. .... COME SEll V* . la confined In the VA hospital. come back to Florida.
?NEW 3 BEDROOM House. 4 kinds hardy Palms 2.50 may. hart atalntt 0. Itttt: *fClydt
Alrconditioned! Florida I Chinaberry tree .. 1.00 1949 DODGE. not*, o ." Florida In tht offlot of
room on Groveland Ave., Silk Oak tree ...." 1.25 $75.00. Phone 488-3597 after Hon' JOHN T h GRAHAM.' SaruotaCounty :Court eeLs Cm*) AT 4II-I.M fcrfital AsS_ A... PI"'.) AND. IIITR.Illr.RDllNn rn 'I'InP. Asiftmnff.. .rw. .
Judra. > tht County -- ---------- -- --- -- -----
But Venice. Easy terms. Ph. Bottle Brush ... .,.. ISO 6.00:... pm. Honi at Baruota, Florida: within; illtalndar i I
_the ( tho data af th.
J. Nelson, 488-2307. Grafted Gardenias .. 1.23 .5


furnished duplex. 1 and 2 Papaya plant ,., .. .'15
bedroom units Open beam Strawberry guava >. .50 SARASOTA'S INT. LEE'SPOWER Lei 'VI IP""I your restJelfC. or commercial building vIM S IS THE TIME-Enclose that porch. We match \

celling floors.Cove Many lighting.built-in Parquet Abella Double Grandlflora Red Althea... 1.23 1.25 HARVESTER Offers Day It Dealer Nlte I DURA'U VINYL, CRETE COATING. your preterit windows. We made screen repairs.


Ideal location, one block from MELROYS NURSERY, all makes TRUCKS MOWERLEE

schools and store Owner Laurel, Fla it EQUIP. JOB TOO SMALL ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANYNOW
sacrificing $5,000 equity. Canbe COME in and SEE & DRIVE I rV e tfUr the, / S
Turn east at Laurel Road tome K-//i/oeoy service ei "we JJ ",bile11; >
yours for $1,000 down take
over Sarasota payments 924-9952 Call for appoint-collect Oldest Nursery In this area From NEW the I. Fabulous H. PRODUCTS SCOUTto LESTER DAVIS OWNERP. 1724 So. TrsH X From Yen. Gdnt. Venice, Flea S \

mint after S week days all FUEL OIL TANKS, stands. the Famous TRAVELALL Call 488-1824 :
O. Box
toy Saturday and Sunday.BY Fuel oil deliveries. S&H snd PICK UP'S"LOADSTAR'S. 333 Nolemli ph. 488-4174,

Green Stamps. Standard ;
OWNER, 2 Bedroom 1H Heating Service. Across from WEST COAST TRUCK: SEZ. A I

Baths like new, furnishedor firs station. 488-4052 SALES b SERVICE INC. WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. VENICE COINS S S
unfurnished Sacrifice. 905 5 ,
3450 No. Washington Blvd. \

Cypress, Edgewood Section APACHEIWorld's I 351-5197 Sarasota 355-7981 0 0. 1-$MS S. T.mltml Trail RAMBLER/ DODGE 488-3965 .488-6150 HAS MOVED TO S

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MOVING will sacrifice a belt built best SPECIALIST IN. . 310 West Venice Avenue

$$38,000 luxury home for $29,- selling camper trailer. Boats For Sale VENICE'S ONLY COIN SHOP
Good financing 2 bed. EQUIPMENT

rooms, -\% baths. Beautifulcity Special now going demonstrator on. Little money sale 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruiser G O C Brake Repair Lubricate Chauii WE BUY COINS S '
lot with . . Front End Alignment .
view of the Gulf. down and low bank pay Shlp-to-ihore radio Oil Change ALSO
Husband passed away. Widow Depth finder. Marine head. Front End Overhaul Adiutt Headllghti Be.mi I
will sell centrally located ments.CAMPER'S WORLD Double planked Mahoganyhull. I C Wheel BaleneliKi a 'Electrical:: R.pitn .

I below Bedroom 2 bath home way 100 N. Washington Blvd.Opp. . $1,700. Call Venice 488- 0 0. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard 13 Veers In Seresota County /

to shopping value. Walking center $distance Il.'150. ( Mass Bros.) 5455 or sea at Tarpon Center' . Radio Repairs TransmIssion' Repair VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME\ HEARING SERVICE t \
Marina. I'
. 1 Bedroom furnished home Sarasota Alrconditfontnq Repair and Initallatlon CALL 488.1880 I

lust off Harbor Drive 17500. I

1 Bedrooms fireplace Tfl-County Equipment Co Money To Loan The' New


water'11.500.1 bedroom,. home, central TAii week 955.5705 specials/ on BUSINESS Loans Unlimited OR PROPERTY funds: _ifllr Real I Estate I. I

sewer curb and gut
available. Personal appointment 1Bf
ter. Line

BYRON Payment.$400 down MARKLE.12500., easy Realtor monthly Situations Groven Lubrication Wanted 748 arranged S.M., Box !1ii i 1 1It's

Phone 488-4708 fl I

I LADY Eirperienced in meeting -
BEDROOMS 2 Bath air- and dealing with public, GULF SHORES A Honey
CB. Houat in
?nlce Gardens. Phone 488- supervising personnel hanll- Close to Golf Course & Beach, 2 bedroom, 2 beth, INVESTMENT DUPLEX !

"w week days and before < ing correspondence, 0.typing Box, gangs and carport, heat and air conditioning. Fireplace,
P.m. Weekends and after 8. desires position. P, electric kitchen with dishwasher end .diipoisl screened Like I
488-1770. 993, Venice.EXPERIENCED. : i New 2 I B.R.lJnits-l I FurnIshed-Large
N 88.311 NEW WXUOYINIW porch,' nice landscapIng and fruit tr.... : Tile
iii J E-!: 7a Lot Fruit Shrubbery. $2.850.00 Down, over
;.. 8 E C R .
11.'* *. ... : S 5
,."* aBdr. Uar.Tn'.M.'' DndrT TARY desires position* ex- A GOOD BUY AT $14,900 piymenti $73.00 month.

_ 0-aar. UU JACOBS. 4..tsar perlenced In office procedures .

a BEDROOM CB Home meeting public *uoeryisory FRANK C. RAEBURN GULF REALTY S f .

$ 75.00 legal, Insurance' endbonding i REALTOR
down assume roortage. ; I "
l Call experience, short-1 WM. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker S
488-M87 after II 251 W. Venice Ave.
Pm. hand and typlnf Telephone 488-1600--488-2649 216 S. Temlsml,! Tr. Ph. Day 488-6738, Nite 488-5834 1 :

- 488-1541, Venice. S

Rentals WOULD LIKE Bookkeeping I 30" Cuti 6 or 7/4 HP 2 BEDROOM HOME ,
_ ,
do st home. Well experienced. .
to Engine CITY
LARGE!: ROOM with bath ex- Phone 421294. I Mows I 1.4 Acres an Hour. OF VENICE ALHAMBRA ROAD l/j Block to Belch, Furnish' Air Conditioned S S

ceUent nelghborhXld"fURNISHEDUnfurnlshed Phone DONE. Own transportatlon. formerly 2 Bedrooms, 2-Beths, Den could be used for Bedroom ed. Large Lot, Peved St. Central Water and di

488-3853. TYPING .Write P. 0. Box J. W MOORE HAROLD'SMow.r Kitchen Built-in Stove, Oil Heat. Air Conditlon.r, Swim. $7950.00: Sanitary Sewer .,(. S

: S 7M. Venice Fla.Female. PLUMBING CO. & Bicycle Service min9 Pool, Hot and Cold Water Garage has Electric Screened Patio 2 Bedroom : I '

bedroom house and apart"J DIRECTLY IEHIND THE Ey.. Lerge Patio, Floer Tile Roof, Carpeting, KERMIT 't L; I Bath Dwelling 1 i''+ ,

nt. On the water. Dockage. Help Harbor LIghts On The Trail NOKOMIS POST OFFICE Drapes,, Refrigerator, Dishwasher Dryer and Irener. All Well For Garden and Yard ( S

to e 488-2638. 488-8439. Wanted RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS Ph. 488-3975 this for $30,000.00. Owner will e.rry mortgige-Terms. MICKLETHWAITREALTOR S4I Shamrock Blvd. .

1 1 PHONE 488-4450 TOTAL PRICE 12.700
V furnished.. Walking dls- WHITE. Housework. 2 day a RealtorPhone H. N. WIMMERS ;1'1\ ;

taJ ce to beach. Utilities Included week. Permanent. Transportation 481544JINTERESTED 801 Laqun Drive REALTOR I I, 0

Fishing and boating. necessary..CU,488- Barrett Approved s Ruberoid Approved 4884421 221 W. Miami 488-5W8 S
- or seasonal 488-8127. 1338. ,
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tnn' S N.OII Lge. Cottage, Sc. Pen.. tofu of OutsIde !Ream, $65 mo. '

I .. fl! H. N. Wlmm.r'-R.altor Fruit St.fd", Good 36i24 Bldg.. Perking S. ... .$75 me. S

Member/ Chamber et Commerc ; Nice 2-BR Fumiihed Duplex . .. '. . ... .$75 mo.Large I I ,. .


Heating and Air Conditioning LESTER JOHN DAVIS C. BENNETT Agent for Western Union Telegraph 3-Room Apt., Now $65 Month, or for Season.. ; .' l .

Heating & Air Conditioning Installations/ Complete Roofing Contractor Mondey thru frIday t to Ji Saturday to I HAZEL! I. CONN ,

. S
GALE B.. DUNN Auoct.teTemlsml ,
Fr*. itlrnfei -Small' Tile,' Asbestos and Built Up' Reefs d HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Trail-:.Nerth ef Albee Rd.-Ncltomls, Fie. 4 5 5 i S
N. Job Too th} or Too Nokomlt, Fie Pil. 488-5913 I
S Phones. Rut. 488-3242 R... 4815994CLASSIFIED ,'
822TI j _ _
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I'' o GONDOLIER Venice: Fl. MOIl., Sep'. %I, 19MI Snoopers Given Outboard Club
a Clinic, Tourney SlatedAt LH Indians

---- Helser Adds New Oil Firm National PlugThe Sets Rendezvous

October issue of skin Golden T Golf ClubThis Open SeasonOn Crulsemaster Harry Slob

I I Diver magazine contains a lom has announced area.
plug for the Venice area and week' activity at tourney will start at 8 a.m. dezvoui for Sunday, Oct 4
II To Growing South VeniceNewest the Grouper Snooper Scuba Golden T Golf Club, 2951 with the last tee-off time set Oct. 15The for the members and (friends
Diving Club.Mention Clark Rd. Sarasota will behighilghtetl at 1 p.m. of the Venice-Nokomti Ana
is made in one of by a pair of clinIcs A second clinic, nine-hole Outboard Club Plans are to
addition to the fast.growing the magazine columns and a nine-hole exhibitionby exhibition and nine-hole tour LI'I Indians of Venice meet at 9:30: a.m. at tilt Bar-.
South Venice commercial about the club's temporary Pro Tommy Bolt, owner of nament will be held Friday, Junior High School will open asota Federal Savings and
family la Helser marking of one of Venice's the Par S layout The clinic will be a night affair their 1964 football season hereon Loan Association on the Trail
Fuel Service located on Park offshore underwater reefs for The first clinic will beginat beginning at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, at 4 In Venice, trailer to Plamort,
Road one block east of U. S. the benefit of local fishermen 2:30: p.m, Thursday with The Friday tourney will start pm against Sarasota in a and put over at the private
41 and just south of Terminal The reef is known locallyas the exhibition to follow Immediately at 8 a.m. and the last tee-off County Junior High League ramp of Julius Att, The
Transport Jewfish Reef and besides Preceding these time will be at 8 p.m. clash. cruise will be up the Myakka
Owner of the new firm is several 200-pound jewfisn two events will be a nine-hole Entry fee, Including green The six-game schedule will River
there also mixed tournament open to fees, for the tournament will be played on successive The regular!
Gene O. Helser, who until this are large numbers meeting of tht
all-with the Callaway handicap be $1.50 Nov, 19 on
person.Charlene through
per Thursdays
of ,
and hogfish will be
spring owned operated grouper snapper system in effect The basis club Oct 12 at I p.mat ,
home and >
and found a
Helser'. Sinclair Service at grunt there
j the new Club House
Sarasota, McIntosh on aa.
U. S. 41 and Venice Avenue Dr Douglas Williamson Rule against
Associated with Helser in the club president, said the IT GOT HERE and Brookside, All games are tor Run Many importantItems
I fuel service is Jim Knott, a w.. ttllk scuba diving club currently MIAMI (AP) Newsman LVWGA\ WinnerCharlene I 4 p.m of Interest will be discussed
t retire detective sergeant Is awaiting final approval Mike Thompson said Japanese I At present there are 31 according to Sjoblom.
t from Washington, D C. -, from the U. S Army Corps of troubles with pronunciation Rule was an easy ninth graders and 21 eighth
Featuring Marathon Pro. Engineers to permanen'lymark of the "L" might be the, Class A winner in'a grades vleing for positions on
t ducts Helser's will handle Jewfish Reef cause of an address on a box low net tournament, the team. Seventh-grade can- for
1 kerosene, diesel fuel, gasolineand He added that the three oth- he received from Japan, sent sponsored Women by Golf the Association Lake Venice didates will report for the an
oils and greases on both r er reefs recently explored by to Miami, Florida;' at Lake Venice Golf Club first time today enjoyableday GOLF
wholesale and retail basis. club members Winjett .
Grouper, with a 32 H score for the nine- Head coach Is Ralph of
A call by :2 p.m. will assure Snapper and 3arracudi RED LIGHT, RED FACE hole event. His assistants are Joe _
delivery on the same day, and Reefs will remain unmarked CORAL GABLES (AP) Runnerup in Class A witha Russo, Ralph! Archibald and TRY"
t { residential customers will ,,, for the present. Directionsfor John Tracy told police he was 39 Mi was Em Rohmaftn Don Heath.
i i. receive Top Value Stamps ",', ; j locating them, however, stopped at a red light when Tops in Class B was Emma The complete schedule: SARASOTAGOLF
Equipment includes storage .\" <,,'e ''''' mat be obtained from any a man got out of the car behind Manning with a 40, while sec Oct, 15-Sarasota at VenIce CLUBDAILY
._ ._ ..._ I club member
him, walked and
1 tanks with a capacity of 30 up ond place winner was Mary ; Oct. 22-Mclntosh at
000 gallons and metered JIM KNOTT, an associate with Gene Helser! in Helser slapped Tracy's face Veach with a 4154. Venice; Oct. -Venlce at GREEN CO A A
trucks with capacities of Fuel Service which opened this week in South Venice pre. The rough, pointed tips of Tracy said the young man Lucy Journeay was first in Brookside; Nov 5-Venice FEES . .. . ,
i 1,250 and 1,200 gallons pares to fill one of the two trucks the firm will use to deliver bamboo shoots are powerful had been following closely behind Class C with a 43, while Edith at Sarasota; Nov. 12-Venice I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
The firm is a member of fuel oil, kerosene, gasoline, motor oil and lubricantsto enough to force their way his car for several Westfall and Anna Target at Mcintosh, Nov 19- South of Seraiofi
through a paved road. miles. tied for with 44'. Brookside at Venice
the Venice Area Chamber of wholesale and retail customers in the South County area runnerup _
i Commerce, and its territory The firm s territory extends southward from Osprey to ==---
extends from Osprey on the North Port Charlotte and Englewood Helser is former own
north to Englewood and North er of Helser Sinclair Service and Knott is a retired de
Port Charlotte on the south tective sergeant from Washington, D. C.

I I ; I'I Daughertys Buy Book Shop I

flf perience for her and she Is
.+ busy in learning the ropes

An avid bookworm she ex-
plained, "The shop will be
opened six days each week,
Monday through Saturday
j from 9 In the morning, until
f 5:30: p.m. We will order any
books that we do not have in i a
;. stock, on request
( New stock Is arriving almost

I: 1I the coming daily in Christmas preparation season for

I and there will also be a selec-

HL I ; i r ri tion customers of Christmas to choose cards from.for
i o"I
: The Daughertys have two
sons, John, who is married o"r
and has two children of his
/ 1.- i : own !living in Beaver, Pa, and
Terry, who is with his par
ents in Venice pending returning -
to college in Pefinsyl.
vania. Daugherty is associated
with Westinghouse in the
I. eu'' I
I. i a Safety Control Division
I Their new home is locatedat r
: Gate 1212. Cypress St, in East

; MEOW MEANS MAMA .FUE\.O\\: ) fr'ili a1.
.-."" I... "" '__'11 When Barney McCulloughs 4r
NEW OWNERS OF THE BOOK SHOP on W Venice Ave obtained a striped alley cat i ELaaq rK Irrr v
nue are Mr and Mrs John Daugherty, formerly of Beaver as a pet, he had no idea she
I I Falls, Pa According to Mrs. Daugherty, shown here at one would be unusual
of the bookshelves, a visit to the Book Shop last spring not The cat, now 16 years old,
I only resulted in the couple moving here but also the ulti recently gave birth to her
mate purchase of the business. 100th and 101st kittens

I" If there Is any doubt about Mrs Charles Gibbons of East
the truth of the adage "Where Gate late last spring, This
there is a will there is away' was not their first visit to SWIMMINGPOOLS
I . then these doubts Florida or the area but they
j can be allayed by John and had long ago decided that
Ruth Daugherty( who have they loved the relaxed and
purchased the Book Shop on easy Florida life that they en-
d West Venice Avenue from Joyed on their vacations By '' '
1 Marie McKeen Last spring Ruth had
occasion JAMES A. HICKS S .W
John and Ruth to
came to visit the Book Shop
Venice from Beaver Falls. in fo ueit of a particular volume Poured Concrete ,
Pa to visit Ruth's sister When she returned to e r n 'F"" J rt
her sister's car she said, "I Using
I'I certainly would love to own Simplex Forms
White Shrina that book store . its so attractive I
Do you know if its Call Collect
for sale?" JIM KNOTT (left) and GENE HELSER

Induction Set It wasn't . and then it Sarasota 924-9978
WAS. And the sale of the shop
J became final In August and FOR FREE GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYONE
j, of ENGLEWOOD officers for Enelewood Selection! work.on Sept." 1 Ruth "went to ESTIMATEONE .
I ," new White Shrine Club will It s a new and exciting ex-
I take place at 7:00: p,m.. Sept
30 in the Community Room'I,

I the Loan Englewood Formal Institution Savings oft &. POLICY OFFICE BUILDING UC1 C! E Bl C

i the organization will be conducted
I \\ in ceremonies Oct 27 \ &i

1 I'' in at Sarasota the Scottish Rites Temple INSURANCE?

\ :, The Masonic affiliation will Yes sir! t V
' then be designated! as Enltle.I .
I wood Unity White Shrine No.

I'I' from 19 and an will area draw including members Oi. "S Call me today'for FUEL SERVICE

i prey, Venice Englewood the Personal Touch '-
North Port Charlotte, Port HOME COMMERCIAL
a a .
e e a
J I Charlotte, and Punta Gorda. of Tailored Protection
The club already has over 75
::1 members Eligible applicants e. We're open and ready to serve you with the finest fuel available
wishing to join as charter '
I \ for home or for business.
I members may contact Ellz your your
i $tl beth Hall, phone 4743533, or

I Richard Organizers Grambting of the ,Club 488-4821 held'a eI No matter how warm today may be-remember, winter is just

.covered dish dinner recent t around the corner. Don't wait until you're uncomfortably cool to order
I, at which Mr and Mrs
winter supply of fuel-DO IT NOW
your .
i Q| Hutzler! of Oakland, a
Calif., were honored guests,
Mr. Hutzler serves as SuoII' PHONE 488-4146
or PHONE 488-4959
preme Watchman of Shepherds -
in the Supreme White

II'I,! Shrine Kerosene Diesel Fuel Gasoline

,I I
On West Coatt Sportiest;
.11 TOMMY BOLT'S, Top Value Stamps on Home Deliveries

4 Golden T Golf Venice 416 Mahon Dr Ph. 4882441JUfo'.Owncrs : METERED SERVICE


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