Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: August 17, 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: VID00225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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1 m back and) 'Iron Horse' First Snorted Into Venice 54 Years

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' day, W. EARL UMA nNNto But most Important of all the 25 families. Ben B. Punn, now owner of the man car and she and her family lakes, which is now Myakka "There must have been some: Is today
)a railrOad u extension of the railroad to But they had not counted on Flaherman's Wharf Restaurant came. to Sarasota in February State Park sort of magic in the Palmer "I also got a commitmentfrom
,cal Venice meant a much more the reputation and persistence And in February 1903, he of 1910 "One of the most Important name since the Seaboard offic- the late Joseph H. Lord II
.1 was the w lcomty* accesaible mode of travel to of Mrs. Potter Palmer a Chi moved up to Sarasota to "meet "I was very proud and fortunate prerequisites in her commit- ials agreed at once. and Associates, who were the
rounbelievblnew.A B from Sarasota for much cago society woman with great thi railroad" when It broughtIts in having the privilege of ment to buy all these lands was Mrs. Palmer, her brother owners of the land as far as
.rds of Sarasota" Venice'sPaul needed supplies. influence, and the boundless first passenger train into showing them the Sarasota that the Seaboard Airline Railroad and son were still here," Edwards Laurel, to donate the right-of- ,r
.. Revere brought to Mule Trip Tough energy and Ingenuity of Edwards the city Bay area from the Manatee agree to extend their line continued, "and I contacted way which was approximately ,
proximately 25 families, That was indeed welcomenews Bus let Edwards tell the River to Englewood on Lemon from Sarasota to Venice, terminating them as to the locationof 83 per cent of the rlght- f-ay
kfered the area that to the early settlers' for This pioneer real estate story: Bay at any point within the railroad and naturallyI from te city limits of Sarasota 1 #
Kkornls. late in 1910, in those days It took a long broker of Sarasota was well "I had become quite active "A, a result while here, the area she might designate. became about the busiest to a point about a quarter mile I" ,
the 20 miles to Ven- time to drive a team of mules known in Venice lived in real estate insurance Mra. "
e pde having the and Palmer contracted to Also that construction should man in Manatee County. west of where the Venice Seaboard
obtaining righta-ot-way for over the sandy dirt road to here 10 years As a young man business In Sarasota and was purchase more than 60000acrns start soon as the line was surveyed (Sarasota was still a part of station now stands," he II V
exten.ion of the Seaboard Sarasota In fact most all the he had left his home in Sarasota advertising extensively in of land, including all the and the rlht-of-way provided Manatee County at that Um). pointed out. :
ass Railroad natives went by boat up Sara and come to the Venice Chicago," he related bayfront/ property she could "I then personally drew a It might be apropos at this
h.drat Seaboard passenger sota Bay to the city area In 1893 seeking employment Ads Drew Palmers buy. Included was one and one- "I immediately contacted the pencil line from the city limits point to explain that Lord, a
bad come to Sarasota It was also almost unbelievable among the 10 or 12 families "The Potter Palmer familywas hall miles of gulf frontage agricultural agent of the Sea of Sarasota to Venice on New Englander, had bought all o
&, 3, 1903, and the early too, that shrewd, hardheaded residing there, most of attracted by my advertisements which is now Venice Beach board Railroad and explainedthat the county map and the Sea this county land hoping to attract 'Ytt
,en in the Venice area had railroad officials would them related to each other. in the Chicago Sunday "IShe also bought about 24. it was the Potter Palmers board construction engineers citrus growers to Florida I
what a stimulus In growthad build an extension from Sarasota In July, 1900, he had married Tribune and the late Mrs Potter 000 acres including the Upper of Chicago, who wanted to buy built the railroad exactly on Naturally he would welcome
brought to that town. just to serve a little over Fannie F. Lowe, an aunt of Palmer chartered a Pull and Lower Myakka fresh water all these lands" he said that line, and that is where it (Continued on page I)



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je M Edmondson told
Kiwanis Club Wednesday ; ', :
reasons behind the recent 4yyy Sarasota County Commissioner seat; Robert M Wright, of sota and South County projects project but no motion was t.
taniiation of the South Coun- Masel Huston of Venice reIterated Manasota Key, Huston' opponent Carryover Incumbent John- made. He has not otherwise Jjl' I
Committee of 100 was that yyy today his support of for the district 5 seat, and son Warren, a Democrat, has taken a stand publicly. -,"
should develop Its )n the previously-approved commission Bruce M. Crissy of Sarasota, expressed opposition to both Masel said in his statement: '
e area and plan for plan for the $1,500,000 candidate for the district 1 projects as now planned Commission "The statements, in regard ,
UK program growth and development expansion of the courthouse at seat. Chairman L. L Parker to the county courthouse expansion ,
stud of waiting "to find outat Sarasota and construction of Two Democratic candidatesof also a holdover, at the com program, being made by r f'
will be given us." the new South County branchin Sarasota, Roy B. Graves mission's July 27 meeting said the five county commission \,
Edmondson, one of the ors r South Venice. and Glen R. Phelps some time he would entertain a motion to candidates within the past few ,'Il
users and nominee fore Huston,, a Democrat seeking ago called for a re-study and halt the Sarasota plans and weeks have proved one very .
a reevaluation of both the Sara with the South (Continued on !)
board! of directors of the election to the district 5 commission proceed County page J jfI
post he now holds by
sanitation, emphasized the
lacy of "Just sitting and appointment, thus took issue

failing t better. hoping and that that things someone will I with dates a, Democrats majority of and other Repub-candi-I City SRD Agree On Utilities f'I MAn

0 take care of our problemshen ,roe"r licans, seeking commissionposts ,
they develop" in the November election
In support of this objective, On last Thursday, three Re- .
:mondson] quoted Bernard publican candidates issued a agreement between the drants and the like will be struction of the Inland waterway ; I i.,:" ,
aruch as saying Joint statement proposing a re- city of Venice and the State moved out of the SRD newly through Venice ,, ,
Thi problems before: us to- examination now of the court- Road Department calling for acquired right of way at the Only recently the city deed. '' I."
of the Coast Inland ed to the SRD the of t, ."
ar ire so appalling and so in- n.T house expansion in Sarasotaand relocation of city-owned utilities expense West portion
)cate that people re- (Oondoliw phot br 8am Dllln that the South County along East Venice Avenuewas Navigation District East Venice Avenue between .
eat behind many the subterfugeat WHO WILL BE 'TOP' MAN?-Eagerly waiting David Sorg; Jeff Fender, Dennis Webrandand project proceed as planned. okayed by City Council at The WCIND under the termsof Tamiami Trail and the Venice
The top-spinning contest special meeting Thursday. a four-party compromise By-Way for construction of a
they themselves too to see who will be top-spinning champ at Michael Sorg a 'c
tie to count are the Venice Gardens Recreation Center are was arranged by Venice Gardens Recreation This statement was signed by Under the agreement, all mU- adopted last year,' agreed to high-level bridge spanning the y t .
"This Is the negation of these five youngstres. Intently watching thespinning Director Bill Kelley. Leslie C. Miller of Casey Key, nicipal utilities including water foot the bill for the moving of proposed canal. This action by :
very from left Gary Imhoff, candidate for the district 3 and sewer lines, fire hy utilities necessitated by con (Continued on page !) :.
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I At Long Last! New Lemon Bay Bridge At Englewood Opens Today I j i I


Br CHARLES KOCH ,There still is work to be completed twin draws has been checkedand Floor material which is similar ! will pass through Lemon Bayat sonville counted for in the fabricationof L. N. Willis, carpentry; Sam
ENGLEWOOD is at the approaches How re-checked The two halvesof to the center span road this pointDredging A total of 3.280 cubic yardsof the center bascule draw. Durjan, structural steel, and .
N htter day for South Today Coun-a ever traffic was diverted from the double-leaf draw, with surface of the Sunshine Sky of the last leg of the concrete have been used In The two remaining ends of R B. Quattlebaum, labor H 1 t
y In general and Englewoodnd the old wooden bridge, which their sidewalk sections, have way Bridge over Tampa Bay waterway la scheduled to start the construction of the Engle- the old wooden Wotitzky Bridge D Price Is office manager .
Manasota for fishing pier received a base coat of grey The new structure has a wide this week. The segment between wood-Manasota Key bridge, will be for the accommodationof V. P. Langford of the West
will be left a "
>r traffic Key starts particu-flowing with the middle removed to allow which will then be sprayed 700-foot approach at either end. Boca Grande and Venice with 580 cubic yards needed fishermen and will come under Palm Beach office of Cleary : ; G
"cross< the massive Inland waterway traffic to with a final application of On either side of the 26-foot is the final link in the project for the pre-cast pilings and the the jurisdiction of Charlotte Brothers Construction Co., gen. If'
l Manasota new Engle- aluminum paint. roadway Is a three-foot sidewalk which extends from the balance of 2.700 going into the County. eral contractors for the pro- e
panning Lemon Key bridge mow The rub-down and The floor and sidewalks of separated from the road Anclote River down the west floor and railings. The large group of workmen, ject was general bridge super. t:"
Barriers Bay. of the concrete curb- the lift sections rest on four inum guard-rails. coast to Ft. Myers, up the : To strengthen the concrete, numbering as high as 50, at Intendent. ..
were slated to come smoothing of steel times has been under the Painting contract for the ,.'
wn has main girders each of which The minimum vertical clear- Caloosahatchie River to Lake 1127,000 pounds were ,
rot t, at both ends of the 998- Ins and sidewalk railings sectionof weigh over 18 tons. ance of the center draw is 26 surface by a curbing and alum- utilized Reinforcing steel supervision of Charles Carlson, structure was handled by Il'
concrete and alumlnum- been finished The last steel assisted J. Wildman Fore S, & S, Faint Contracting Co.of .
feet and horizontal clearanceof Okeechobee following the weighed 336,500 pounds, by "
The draw-span flooring consists a :
nmmed structure at 7 a.m. shiny aluminum guardrailhas another C. R. Pendarvls Tarpon Springs with Phil ,;
used 401500 men were ,
'* of 3,648 feet of 90 feet is afforded the West Stuart Canal to the east coast pilings
the The square .
start' of the construe- been bolted in place five-inch-thick I-beam Lok- Coast Inland Waterway which and thence northward to JackMULLET pounds while 389,300 were ac pile driver, D. M. Nanny and Skandaliaris as supervisor 11; r'v' .',
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. .. ER LISA-EYE VIEW underneath the new NEW LEMON BAY BRIDGE (right), connecting the modern structure will eventually span the
O"-loa.OJ'e tIooteo N [sass X..I official of the S & S. Paint Contracting Co, Lemon Bay span makes a striking silhouette against the sky Manaaota Key with the mainland, West Coast Inland Waterway when the last
OON THE: FIRST CARS over the spankPhVa.if Inc., of Tarpon Springs Traffic has been rerouted and displays an Int.restlnlIght and dark pattern in the placid was opened for general traffic today less than segment Is dredged between Boca Grand t
:" 7?" Bay Bridge was driven by of over the new structure so that final waters Heavy machinery to raise and lower the huge one year after the first piling was set in an tVIDice.t i,

J II(I Pei0U"I andtllarls.oo the newly superintendent opened span in,charge Be Is a. work on UM approaches can be completed. ,draw i* concealed the cenUc span and UI'lIiiort.. place Coating almost OM million\ dollars ;

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=lire GONDOLIER Venice. Fl. Monday, A'ulJVst 17 1964
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- ''it: I School Starts New Iron Horse'

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r Huston her plans for Venice beauties of tile south
ReaffirmsContinued all
-- (Continued from page 1) died and with her.However Their stay lasted onl o '

IIJ the extension bf the railroad the Palmer name days but before the Albl a
( frosts Page 1) operations will be the responsibility Class SeriesAdults through his property. and Influence still remain In the doctor had bought 1

l which \ of a new board of court Sarasota County a* exemplified tire village of NAoT'Don
important point> I have
vi learned in short political ty commissioners after January Some Purchased: by the Palmer National and Roberta Ben?

career and my that is this: 1165."Since and out of school Mathematics/ and Science will 'A* I remember It," Edwards Bank In Sarasota, the Palmer pini V. it to called
The most popular plank Ja a majority of then youth who are interested in enrolling be altered at Venice High continued, "_ bad to Ranch on the Tamlaml Trail Is now the City:
Scaota U enough interest is former Venice.Later I .
= your campaign platform should commission may have had to the evening Adult buy the fithtof-way across a and Mr*. Palmer's
be "I AM AGIN IT." It no jurisdiction over the plan High School either in Sarasotaor shown by persona in that area. 20 acre tract facing Dona Bay. home on the bay. at Osprey now they returned and .,
doesn't" matter what 1 fa planned aing/ and placement of this project Venice, are requested! to Interested students lho.1JcIeoa The risM-of-way across Dona ahowplace the hotel now known M
at would seem fittine and come by the Community School ct Mr. Tabnadge Rushingat ; 0 nal's Hotel on the
oIco for the present or the future Bay was donated, but we h.dtCJ Tart(
Office in Sarasota for laterview V'wfce> High School for I the Seaboard
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"1 AM AGIN IT." This plank proper that a re-examination) of buy rigbt-of-way across In February 81 TraU.Itwasbuutonth,7tlon
'" the entire project should nowmad and the completion of an fefonnatioB. of Railroad brought another of a former
is almost! sure to get you elect available three or four other tracts stockade
ed. b. *. application a* entrance requirement These classes are also of the famous couple to Venice the old well that
Unfortunately, all of us land owned by some sent4
= must be established to adults who desire to and Mrs. Fred H. Albea, stockade 1 fa aWl
cannot use this plank in our TWs win allow prospective Knight family."That Dr. serve
tacO well in advance of the beginning enroll for noncredit, and for ,

who were hotel
of Colonia, N. / -
platform if we are going to county and t brought to what ii
W advisors .,tld. date of school. Transcripts those who would like to repeat us to play an important part in It was Just a short
1 .. CO continue! the growth and progress competent to for review now called Curry Creek and ol
of credit from other eertaw coarse
U of Sarasota County pate In a project' for which they The also affords then across a trestle over a the history of Venice. away from the Nokomli j,
I- I and I am sure it 1* going to will become responsible. schools must be on hand before purposes. opportunity program to earn little bay called Jonfs Bay Mr*. Albee In her book, "Doc- way station on what U *.
courses for the coming jeercan a* tor And I," published in 152. Pocono Lane.
continue. This
Z conclusion was arrlyad thence on In a southwest-
the American Historyand
be scheduled.
properly the coldweather
I tired of Gnadfose
-= w I have lived In Sarasota at after a diligent poll of a Any adult who ha been unable <9ovt.' credit necessary to city direction the rlcht-ot-way describe how.north, they decided Dr. Albee soon Plant.
"* Z County for the put 13 years. representative cross-section of to complete school work qualify for General education traversed the land the Palmers up began&
what Sarasota County a Whit
> We have enjoyed a tremendous taxpayers Including bankers, through the 8th trade may, by Development Tests.Applications had agreed to buy to a 'Y" to see advantage City to
= 0 growth countywide! and real estate brokers, attorneys, appointment schedule a grade for a dan. In near the Intersection of Tampa was really like. Taking of Venice, Nokomis and i |T
buxlims people, end citizens and the Trail. of the Seabocrd's "Homesteader's Point. However, h. Kld
In Training
particular/ South Sarasota placement teat at the Community Electronics Technician Avenue which left
0:1 land where
Special" Venice
: County. For many years we from all parts of the county.A School Office, and, through are being accepted at the "I am sure that was about York the SOth February 1923 to theLocomotive now iiwm
New on
"'a.Q have been trying to get South majority of these people expressed satisfactory eorrmletten of t1\ia SaiawHsj Owiiiiiuiiitj'' School. he cheapest railroad right-of- fare only $29 Bmtherhoo(
each (
I County facilities. We have been the opinion that the examination, be qualified to Adult Education Division, 1001 way per mile ever acquired by season Car Engineers, 1Ihci) '
with Pullman Mrs. Albee It ,
court house addition round trip, put piailml
I looking forward to it. Todaywe as now enroll for credit courses in the S. Washington Blvd. any railroad for an extensionof (
r > are about to these planned, would not representthe is laboratory concluded. extra) they came to Sarasota spend $40 million in bullfe
get much Adult High, School program. The course a a main line, be
related. Venice and
best Interest of the com about Feb. 22, she the surround,
area needed facilities along with a Classes will begin on Tuesday approach to training for the "
VIce Name Lifted The train was about 12 hourslate farming area a
much needed expulsion of the electronic industry. Modern mlllb
evening, September It*, she said. In "
"a main courthouse facilities In "A further deciding factor In and operate on the semester demonstration and test equipment in arriving year
Mrs Palmer was especially claimed
Sarasota This is progress. To arriving at the above conclusion basis according to the school especially designed for, of the "Venice" and fact the native jokingly I Everything went well u
font name the Seaboard'
Id hold up progress because come Is the fact that what maybe calendar for the regular day teaching purpose win be used through her great influencehad the SAL letters on stood for"She's : 1929 when the depression
future official may want to a more desirable location : program in the county. Qua in the cruse The course will I the same transferred, you engine, and the BLE Realty Corfw,
change his mind just does not now is in the process of being : schedule for the different cover the various components might from what is now Always Late. to : tlon had to abandon id nli-
to be the acquired the county. This in electronic units and gay They came directly a with the City of Venire
seem way elected official by I courses will be available at an found I Nokomis to the land on which established by Wade I lit
should serve their coun location may present a more' early date. Courses are arranged their place in the electronic the present City of Venice camp partially completed Mop\
: Nash retired locomotive engineer I
logical court house building on an accelerated basis so circuit.The stands. She planned to develop a tttf unsold land reverted 6 bi<
ty.A site than the one nnw bein examination for the on the banks of Phllllpl to Dr. Albee.In .
lot of South that students may lie able tocomplete
County cltl- that section and build a I
friend of the
Creek.' Nash was a
= tens win recall that the near- contemplated, with the added ] a unit t of work duringone electronical technician appli- million dollar hotel.Unfortunately the meantime, the &!!
been instrumental
; eat we came to getting these advantage of not dlnturblng the semester A limited number casts win be given by the Florid everything was Albees and had board Railroad had gr,
I' much need facilites, previously esthetic values of the old court of course may te taken at State Emptoyntent Serviceat stopped because of World War In selling them on the of prospered: Its freight tni
was a few years back when house building one time so that adequate preparation 7 p.m.. Sept. 10, In the I. Mr*. Palmer' niece had wonderful winter climate had brought in thousands
$ OOOO was placed in the "We are fully conversant of homework will be teria at Sarasota High married a Russian Count and the area. tons of building materials,
= budget to. apply toward this with the urgency of additional made possible. All applicant are cete-j she felt the should delay her Bought Entire Area I carried many carloads of titer
program but was later used to court room space to exoedit Course in English, History,I take his teat. Florida plans and help Russian I Mrs. Albee writes that bright vegetables to the M.
p air-condition the present court. the judicial business of the every way she could. Be. and early next morning the from the Venice Farms A'
house and was' never replaced.The county and wa believe that fore the war fended she died doctor was up exploring the starting early in 1926 Its rti
''II courthouse expansion full cooperation of all concern. Venice Gardens News lar and special patient
iI ed can accomplish this objec train brought in hundreds
program is
progress today
I Labor SlatedAt
live Day Program tourists dally.It .
a good program for all of Sarasota By MM. WAYNE FREEMAN
It Is not meant In man. also had
County, including South any Phone 4SM7M a new Ms
Sarasota County I know that ner to obstruct or delay the de. railroad station to fll'Ilact'
a lot of people! disagree. This velopment and construction of I The Rainbow Girls win holda I Lake Venice Golf ClubA I I original old box car. In ont,
is natural because this is the the South County court house fashion show at 2 p.m. Wed. to carrv out the plan 011 I
good old American way of life. complex as now planned in nesday at the Venire Gardens Passel Of Snook gala Labor Day event at steaks, and families attending : City of Venice as designed
On the other hand a lot of peo. South Venice." ; Recreation Center. Everyone is Lake Venice Golf Club will beheld the cupper are asked to bringa John Nolen. It was necnu
pie do agree with the planned Invited for a preview of what under the auspices of theLadies' covered dish. A small donation 'to move the railroad tru

I ;" program.I to wear In the busy fall season, With Sherman's and Siena Golf Association. ' will be accepted to cover about one-quarter mil fist'
would like to add this: I CITY AGREES soon to be upon us. Included on the) program -, Incidental costs. : It* present location The HI
have until January 1965 to Continued -0- will be horseshoe swimming ' Final event of the day will Corp. financed the removal!
( from 1)
serve on the county commission page An Informal get-together will blind bogie mixed twosome be a movie of the IBM Master' the track but to obtain i
c cN ci ci I II (I hope to serve beyond the city made the street a partof be held at the Rec Center Sunday Name On 'Em card and a teak sup i Tournament. I pmval of the SAL officials
I that point) and during this the state highway system Au,. 23, at 3 p.m. for I Participant are requested to was necessary to design
I I cI c,, time I will be most happy to and the SRD responsible for its everyone in the Garden intersted er.The public is Invited and make reservations at the pro construct a new station

i iI discuss the present courthouse upkeep and maintenance. in a Venice Gardens Lit- A. M.. Sherman of Venice there will be no green fees for shop by Aug. 26.Urankar Renaissance Design
I expansion program with anyone Relocation of .he utilities, tie Theatre All Interested in made a good snook haul Thurs on-member I Italian Renaissance per
I including the commission under the terms of the Thurs any phase of work: -* cortum- day and Friday while fishing Member chef will grill architecture was used lor 0
candidates After all I am also day statement, will be inspected tog to makeup to performing oft the south Jetty. On Thursday WinnerInLVWGAEvent design ot the station, whir
their county commissioner at and supervised by the Is invited. Refreshments wilt ha landed a pair, using a 100 was built of hollow tilt i sn
N the present time. city, which will be responsible b. served. This will give a rebel lure on a 20-lb. test line COMMITTEE stucco, and covered a plot !
In their statement of last for their maintenance and re chance to get acquainted with and with spinning tackle. They (Oeaiiane from ground 400 feet by SO feet.
Thursday, Miller. Wright and pair after being moved.E. new people and at the same weighed out at lltt and 21Hlibs. pegs 1) of the heavy timber used In
CHssy said: A. Thompson district time enjoy a fascinating new Democracy. There U always construction of the station i WI
I "The construction of the new utilities supervisor for the SRD hobby. All ages from nine to 90 He came back: Friday to something that the humblest of : cut and hewn at a sawmill!\
courthouse and its attendant st Bartow, told council the hur welcome. catch a 18tt-lb. beauty on a u. can do to Influence pubUcdeclaiona. Jerry Urankar' 39 was topein the holdings of the BLE Cn ry-up action on the latest -o- white buck-tail dude. It is our duty to do Class A in the low net A Spanish tile roof covered II
agreement was requested so Boys between the age of S it, The individual I it the fact of tourney held Wednesday at 400-foot-long passenger pit
that bids for construction of the to 10 are invited to contact Bill The bay water were productive liberty and democracy Never Lake Venice Golf Club by the form. The station was buD
ALLENConvalescent bride> might be advertised for Kelley at 488-4788 if they are for W. C. Peterson also count yourself a ero." Lake Venice Women' Golf complete with waiting room
and five weeks instead of the usual Interested in becoming a Cub of Venice. He came in Friday Edmondson explained the Asian Runnerup with 40ft ws ticket office and baUII'

Nursing Home three weeks.Thompson. Scout. Beginning[ at 7:30: p.m. morning with a If-lb. snook idea started with a small committee Eleanor Gell.,. rooms a* well a* a freight
24 Hour said the additional Sept. 24, Cub Scout Pack No. caught on a rebel lure. of the Venice Area First in Class B was Emma tlon with loading and unloadlrl
Nuniitg Service two weeks would give the SRD 123 will meet the fourth Truer The catches were registeredat Chamber of Commerce but Manning with a 38%, while platform It was considers

lit Phone yucca"Dlc.2'7"OS UGH arts a better opportunity to seek day of each month at the Bee Roy's Sporting Goods Storeon they soon realized that if they Leila Hermanson cam in second one of the finest itationl u
more bids on the project. Center. West Venice Avenue. were to counteract the big bud. with a 39. Florida at the time.

,....--..--.-......... .............. --- get of larger cities by Individual Class C laurels went to Ethel Although it has been dubbll
kR R effort they needed larger Blckel, who scored a 43. In a "whistle stop" railroad b it
= committee representing across second place with a 44 was many of the younger genera
section of the .n.'. bus- Anna Yarger. lion, the Seaboard has alw'
loess life to give them the This week's event will be kept abreast of the times, ml'
necessary manpower to "assemble another low net tournament. through coach and sleeper
J'4'DOWNTOWNY2t'i ; data on the south Final standings in the Ladles' from Venice to New Yon

a. county area, to analyze It and Friday League show the Ar- every day.
then lay out our program nell-Beake team In first place In April 1940, sleek mode!
Objectives Defined with 18 points Second place 2,000-horsepower diesel m
Quoting from the by-laws and went to Handley-Journeay with gloss replaced the old slllok
charter, he defined the objecves 15 points, while the Hatton- belching iron horses (steam k
VENICE of the committee of 100 as Rohmann duo and the Belghey- comotlves) and less than I's'
< promoting orderly planningand Buford team tied for third with month ago the 13 flat stab !
sorting; present and future 14 points between Venice and Tlmpa
j' road needs; industrial develop. Other results: war eliminated by S.abosN

( I t First & Finest Shopping Area ment) expansion of tourism, I Johnson-McGlynn, 12; Bry- official
beaches and recreation; gulf, ant-Relchard, 12; ManningGelgley So now even the mom .
bay and fresh water fishing; 12; Hermanson-Urank- "Whistle Stop" railroad Ii 110
II I boating, and other activities of ar, 10; McPherron-Yarger 6; longer applicable. The Sea'
4 DAZZLING SPARKLING general interest to the south O'Shaughnessy-Beatty. II; and board Airline Railroad in *It
county area"Edmondson Wsstfall-Smith, 6. ice is now "big time."
I also emphasized """"
BARGAINS VALUES! that the activities of the committee
t g' of 100 were designed to
i : embrace the whole of the south I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

.,..... county Venice,, Including Englewood Venice, North, South Port EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY


7 -.. DOROTHY GRAY and Osprey. Let M *fyl.. your favorite VIM
or ceramic' Into beautiful lamp
SUMMER COLOGNE ............................ $1. Bowling League t
Com In and look around) e, Rewiring a Reefydgvo

/ LUH Plastic Tube COOL TOUCH ............ SI.00 225 W Venice Av*. 488-1620 Meets Wednesday All Lamp It.,.,,,

231 W. Venice Av*. 488-677 Medical Center Bldq. Officer, team captain and/
..: ......., 1 1I or sponsors of the Summer Weti bf Experienced. Destflneri
SHRODE JEWELRY Nursery League, which bowl CrtfttmM
CO. : p.m. on
Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone St Rings at Myakka Lanes, will THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
CQQ Sale Service W Watches Silverware Jewelry d th Lanes p.m. I 204 N. TAMIAMI 1 TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
I Supplies Repair All Makes Watch and Jeweler Repair to re-organize for
Short Merrlek, Own. the 1864-M winter season.
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I ,' GONDOLIER Venice FU. Monday August 17. 1964 Venice Librarian

; ; Anne Tobin Weds Gives First Talk

I ,('ri'

i .\ ;;' ;Barry- Fawcett !In Ohio e At Woman's ClubIn

j Miss Lee Anne Tobin, !granddaughter cett of Zanesville! and H Wayne short veils were attached to a
of Mri. Orville B. : Fawcett of Wyandotte, Dior bow, centered with satin her first public speaking er's table and bowls of zennlai,
j \. Littick of this city became the Mich. roses. They carried Gerbere since assumingher marigolds and ferns on the
4v; bride of Barry Clinton Faw The Rev. Donald R. Gibson daisies in shades of pink and engagement head of Venice luncheon tables.
duties as a
i cett in an afternoon ceremonyin presided at the double-ring coral arranged with California vsFti Public Library, Mrs. I There will be a social bridge
Zanesville Ohio, on Aug. 8. ceremony at Forest Avenue ivy Lanti will be guest afternoon at the club Wednes. t
The bride Is the daughter of Presbyterian Church. The bride The reception was held at Dorothy luncheon meetingof
Homer F. Tobin of Zanesvilleand was given in marriage by her Zanesville Country Club and< Is I- speaker at Nokomis a Woman's
the late Mrs. Marie Annette father. Mrs. William Littick and Mrs. Venice-
Llttick Tobin. The groom She was attended by Miss Clay Llttick aunt and great __ Club on Sept. 9.
'I lathe ton of Mrs. Wilma Faw- Kathryn Knapp as maid of aunt of the bride, were senior Busy with organization
honor and by her sister Miss assistants. Miss Pat Plummerwas the new library, which openedon
Jane Arline Tobin as bridesmaid in charge of the guest book Jan. 6 In the Woman's Club k'rww
; Mistress Anne A. Llttick, and Misses Kay Roos and Beth building! she has been unable
cousin of the bride, was flower Ferrel assisted in serving. until now to accept speaking
girl Mrs. Orville Llttick and Mrs \ engagements. Mrs. Lents and
Jack Hastings of Avon Lake, Clay Llttick were hostesses for her husband, Boyd Lantz, came
0 Ohio, was best man and ush the wedding breakfast. The rehearsal here Dec. 2 from Pennsylvaniawhere ,
ers were the groom's cousin, dinner was given by she had been chief librarian
Jeff Kauffmann of Columbus Mrs. Fawcett. of Franklin County
Ohio, Steve McNeil of Rocky The couple went to French (Pa.) Library.
River Ohio, and Gordon Jack Lick, Ind., on their wedding v Educated at Syracuse Ur l- ?
son of Zanesville.The trip and will be at home at 81 versity Library School, prior
I bride wore en heirloom Georgetown Drive, Columbus, to her Franklin County positionMrs.
LOW floor-length veil of Brussels upon their return. .tj: % t Lantz was librarian at
lace with her ivory silk! .faced The bride, who attended a t trr Harrisburg and Waynesboro,
peau de sole wedding! gown. schools in Venice, was graduated 8+.- Pa. Here she heads a three
This was designed with a fitted from Katharine Gibbs ti member staff her assistants
; PRICES bodice with an oval neck School In New York City. She being Mrs. Kay Durfee and

line fitted sleeves] and a con was graduated from Zanesvill _. Mrs. Joan Dillon.
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trolled sheath skirt to which High School and attended Ohio Her Woman's Club talk will MRS. DOROTHY LANTZ
I ON All GondolUr photo .bf Dtrrl Mittox)
was attached a chapel length Wesleyan University where be a discussion of a few of the
I train. Her bouquet was a cascade she was a member of Gamma POOLSIDE FUN, FAMILY STYLE The swimming pool at the Standish home at Bay most recently published books. day at 1 p.m. with Mesdames
GENERALELECTRIC arrangement of butterfly Phi Beta Sorority. She Is a John M. Owen family of Bedford, Va., cameto shore Drive and Roberts Bay. Here they are: Mrs. Fergus Hunter, president Charles Brunet, Clara Carlson
roses stephanotis and ivy. secretary for a Columbus firm. left right Bob, and O. A. Barnes as hostesses -
Venice last week to visit Colonel and Mrs. Mrs. Owen, Mr, Owen and ( to ) announced also that the
Her attendants wore A-line The groom, also] a Zanesville 14. Refreshments will be served
I Karl Standish and made a beeline for the 9, David 5, and Johnny, board meeting set for Sept. 7
floor-length gowns c' coral organza High School graduate attends and door prizes awarded.
CENTRAL over taffeta which featured Ohio State Univers'ty!' 'and is a will be changed to Aug. 31. Members and their guests are

satin inset bodices and I technician at Batelle Memorial VYC Movie\ NightSet'Vednesday Free ClassIn Wednesday's program, arranged Invited.
HEATING flowering back panels Their Institute in Columbus. City-Sponsored by Mrs. Hunter, was a Duplicate bridge is played at
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u talk by John Walker, Sarasota the club every Thursday at 1

AND Mrs. Meisenback Delivers Dancing Begins TonightAn the Interior professional designer who decorator'sneed spoke on p. m.

AIRCONDITIONING Two movies will be shown at to carry out the views of
Venice Yacht Club's "movie the client rather than to Imposehis Legion Auxiliary
Wreath night" for members and guest eight-week course of Round dancing Is a form of own ideas. He displayed
Flags, Luxemburg Wednesday at 8 p,m. basic instruction In round couple-pattern dancing which samples of drapery and upholstery Board Meets TodayA
The films will be "Bear dancing for adults begins today utilizes basic ballroom dance ] discussing how they
Country," featuring the North at 7 .m, at Venice Civic steps. The entire group executes
EQUIPMENTI Mrs. Walter S. Melsenback Meisenback was In Rome. She p could be used effectively, and board meeting of No-Vel
American black bear photographed Center. the same pattern. The answered questions from the Unit 159 American Legion Auxlliary
of Palm Avenue, Bay Point, brought the list home for the In the Moun- -
Rocky choreography of the patterns is at the conclusion of his has been called for today
CALL TODAY group -
Nokomis returned Wednesdayfrom use of the local post. "Water Birds The course Is being sponsored
twins and
a devotees
constantly growing as at 7 .m. at the home of
tour mission by the City of Venice Park and p
FOR ESTIMATES accomplished.a European Mrs. Melsenback will reporton musical bird ballet which also Recreation Dept. with Mr. and develop new dances to new talk.Table decorations by Mrs. the president, Mrs Arthur P.
the tour at the first Sep deals with behavior of seaside tunes which are added to the Adrien Bethel consisted of pen. Swanson of 429 Park Lane
Mrs. Florida
She toook with her 12 flags, and birds. Both Byron
tember meeting of the Auxiliary marshland are standard patterns. till and greenery at the speak- Drive.
a gift from the local Veteransof color films from the Walt Dis Round Dance Council memo
Foreign Wars Auxiliary, to bers, as Instructors. They will
tL: W irQVl1I ney True Life Adventure nature -
be placed on graves in the Planning to see two Luxemburg dramas. be assisted by Mr. and Mrs
American Cemetery in Hamm, relatives whom she had Harold Eicher of Sarasota, also .
Club officers
suggest parents I
I I'Back
wreath Luxemburg.on the She grave also placed of Gen.a never arrival met there, she were said 22 gatheredto that on bring a family their children evening to Dinner makeIt council members and teach. Fashion 'First' Heralds Back To School

welcome her. On two dif ers.The
asenne eJ George Patton, as a memorial reservations may be made by free classes will be held
I from the local Auxiliary, ferent six-day visits she was calling the club. each Monday from 7 to 8 p,moaponsors "' To School" became ---
entertained nightly her relatives -
big news on the local fashion
Mrs. Meisenback said there : with the city are
ceoitNa were 10 memorial ceremoniesat she said. The[ Gondoliers of Venice front when the Resort Shop
Gen Patton's grave the day Included In her Itinerarywere Boat Clubs Take Round Dance Club which meets sponsored "a first" Monday
744 VENICE AYE E. she participated. Switzerland, Germany, each Monday at 8 p,m. Thereare evening with a Fashion Show
A cousin Adj.] Jean Konen of the French Riviera Italy, Belgium Cruise Sunday no dues but a token donation and Coke Party for the high
PH. 488-5359 the Luxemburg Military Policein Holland and Ireland. Her to help defray minor expenses school and college-bound set.

Begen, and his wife spent a husband remained in Chicago Venice-Nokomis Area Outboard is usually collected. Eleanor Bispham owner,
day at the collectingthe while she was overseas and
; Club and North
Boating Members of the was assisted by Stevie Spauld-
I class who
ra names of Florida service later joined her in New York Port Charlotte Boat Club will
wish to do so automaticallywill Ing who acted as mistress of
buried there while Mrs. City.
I men Join In a combined cruise Sunday -
become members of the ceremonies Models and com
club after the instruction perod mittees included] Mayo Weeden -
Harry Sjoblom and James Georgia Austin, Madge
NOW OPEN IN NOKOMIS! Chance are cruise masters. Grove, Clare Suter, Sally Hus-
Members and friends are Mrs. Blanche Celli, chairmanof ton and Carol Huston.
ON BEAUTIFUL NEW 4LANEDU.S. asked to meet at the Sarasota the City Parks and Recrea-
Federal Savings and Loan ion Dept., said the city Is joining Others were Alise Angel,
41 on DONNA BAYG&LSERVKE Assn at 9:30: am. to trailer with other Florida communities Melody Wendt, Cynthia Wight-
their boats to Plamore, where in promoting round man and Diane Lenhart. :
they will put In at the private dancing as one of the Ideal rlP d.
The entire featured
ramp of Julius Atz. recreation programs to keep showing
I The boats will cruise down citizens physically fit, mentally clothing under $20 with the
the Myakka River to Alligator alert and socially alive. exception of pure silk and
whipped cream cocktail dresses -
Creek then south to the Riviera i
"In June there were more which ran a little higher.
Oyster Bar for lunch. than 2,000 Florida round and
I The return trip will feature square dance clubs which took Fall shades of soft deep
a swimming party en route. part in a convention in Miami. greens, rich browns which ran
... Most of these have arisen within from beaver tones Into almost
the last few years and their a charcoal brown, as well as
ATTENTION slacks and whites accented the
SAVE popularity makes us feel sure
: VENICE GOLFERSPLAY this will be an Important addition fall color chart. Casuals and t ; owcrlG
to recreation In Venice," co-ordinates were the Important G
DAY OR NITE I she said.New. news with novelty bulky I
On Wtst Coos,'. Sportferf knit sweaters to aid In "switch- 5 r yew r
9 HOLE PAR 3 LAYOUT about" costumes. Jumpers,
TOMMY I skirts and matching 'Jacket
BOLT'SGolden Spy Book shown with print blouses called
Regular and Premium Gasolines attention to the myriad outfits

MARATHON & QUAKER STATE OIL T Golf Features BrotherOf one co-ordinated ensemblecan
Come 'In & Get Acquainted CLUB

I I E' OPEN 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. Course and Driving Range Area ResidentEric Fall fabrics with cotton proved plaids to be that fascinating

I j LARRY GARDNER HARVEY LOSEY OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. Erickson, brother of looked exactly like the finest
,I WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENINGI JUST OFF 41 AT Mrs. Herbert R. Williams of 11 sheer wools, rayons disguisedto

Sticlney Pt. & Clark Rd. Cardinal Road, South Venice, wools look combined like heavy with linens nylons and
r is the subject of a profile In that resembled handsomed
"Readers and Spies,"
aReader's tweeds. Many of the styles be-
IMPORTANT PLACES TO KNOW Digest publicationjust cause of the simplicity of cut "PRETTY SMART" It will be straight A's for the gal
off the
press. and design would serve excel who is smart enough to pick the right clothes. Diane Lenhart/
when you ,.l.lti L The book is a collection of lently as casual classroom apparel models a corduroy jumper with a long sleeved tailored pllntshirt
"behind the scenes" stories of or dressed up with ap- while Melody Wendt chooses the classic shirtmaker dress
WWII and the editors call oroprlate accessories became for the opening day of school. The occasion Is a Fashion Show
ili Lt Erickson the allies' most val "perfects" for more dressy occanlons and Coke Party that was sponsored by the Resort Shop.
: DINE uable] industrial spy in Ger The always popular
OUT many. His story Is told by Edwin classic shlrtmaker dress was
: Muller also very much in evidence.

He has visited in Venice and ,
Tr focal point of the show
was recently awarded the IIMBOL 1011 SiRhiftS. F
IN VENICE ing was to stress smartness
\ it. AND ENGLEWOOD Med' of Honor by this country simplicity, good taste and econ
: l Mrs Williams said that he
a is not contemplating another omy As Mrs. Bispham pointed

TRY OUR . visit to Venice for some time. out "There Is no need to spenda
Grilled Onion i e COME AS YOU ARE! I' His home is in Stockholm, fortune to look like a million .

STEAK SANDWICH SSc 4i; ( [ Sweden dollars

12-inch Homemade Pins $1 I up .1 Bay Vista "

|25e each additional dresting| RESTAURANT S COCKTAIL LOUNGEWe

16 OZ. f cater to partial

LUNCHES . . . 75c and UP
TimUml trail Just S. of' Bill Phillips Ford Rotary Meet, Here Tuesday Noon. Ph 474-1880 I 264 S. Trail, Venice Ph. 488-2178

Immediate Delivery & 'Installation! See us for Insured Savings Accountsor

The Driftwood Inn RestaurantSOUTH SMACK McDONALD'S66i for, Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA


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The GONDOLIER, Venice, FI.. Monday, Augutf' 17, 1964-S

Beach Is/ There Because Rare Florida .

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IA Few Citizens Wouldn't Quit Book On ReprintsGo Sale "SOUNOSALE ,

.,. Tourist crosses over At v rte" ; y.. ew ,
Bridge, parka Wl car at Thn University of Florida
Beach, turns off thaiTand = Presii has announced for sale
look! around Then reprints of twelve rare booksconcerning
-tile !invariable indrawnath the history of Florida A 11
el Of delight a. his eyes ,I

';11 take !In one of the pret-, Published !In cooperation with
In Florida
the Florida Quadrlcentennial
little n
t beaches
, I to e Commission as part of the
L ., behind his pleasure Presn's Floridian Facsimileand
C, ?of heroic proportions, mlot Reprint Series, the books ,
AUG. 19 20 21 22
group "* peoplenl are reproductions of original ,
I", outtt achieve an 1mW. r works or translations dating ,
task They did It, be- $ t .. 4 ) from 1563 to 1925, bound in I. t?
< :
didn't know It was leather and stamped with the
and became theyted official Quandrlcentennial coat
ba beach and dldnt of ai-ms They are priced from i
.round for the state or $8.50i, to 1500. i
t to glue It to them, Tie, Quadrlcentennial Edit.Ions .

,nty wasnt ao long Angus ago Mesh .- Whole are and Jean True Ribaults Discovery"The of 10% OFF
rch i 1E
Terra Florida, 1563 Gonralo
owner of Karen ; ;
George Soils, de Meras "Pedro Menendi .
Court' jarage stopped Ib Nokomls \\m, !z deviles," 1567; A. L.Latsur' ALL SCHOOL
lamented that it wouldn't "Historical Memoirof
before the land value.Caley the War In West Florida and
long "
would prevent Louisiana in 1814-15, writtenin
except Key owners from'IImlni A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY for five of the ganlzed a Nokomis Community Beach Fund 1818; James Grant Forbes'
me Devlin sug- persons most responsible for Nokomis Beach committee, headed by Johnston with Mrs Sketches Historical and Topographical -
there. be done drew them back there last week for a look Roberts as secretary and Devlin as treasure i. of the Floridas,"
led something beach for the at their year-old civic-project child Theyare er. Woodard was County Commissioner at 1821; M. M. Cohen' 'Notices {
,ut t assuring friend a , left to right, Mrs, George Devlin, Dev. the time and got the county to match the of Florida and the Cam.
?% and a friendlate lin, Mrs Charles McG. Roberts, John Johnston funds. He later was instrumental in gettingthe paigns," 1836,; and John T,
inlc Curry said of a Bradentoned and William L. Woodard The Devlins state to contribute the adjacent Islandto Sprague's "The Origin, Progress r
Alex Knight feet there he might, got the ban rolling and the community ore the beach property. and Conclusion of the FREEGIFT
200 "
r Florida War, 1848
to aell. ,
11I1111I1 The Editions also Include ..
n March 5 Devlin wrote Rummage Sale "The Exiles of Florida," by WITHPURCHASE
,ht who said he Belling Joshua Giddlngs, 1858: "Florida k ; .r
d to cooperate by Ladies Elk Auxiliary will for Tourists, Invalids, and ; OF I
land for what he had paid z have a rummage sale Saturday Settlers" by George M. Har ty
II, plul cost That was $29 ', w in one of the store rooms bour, 1882, "Carpetbag Rule in I ,
'wt A $100 deposit was # of Gulfbreeze Hotel. Florida" by John Wallace, i SCHOOL SUPPLIES
ded, 1888, "The Purchase of Flor- N
!embers' of the community ONE-BLOCK BABY BOOM ida" by Hubert Bruce Fuller, ', 1\
bur: and called a meeting ST. PETERSBURG Fla. 1908, "The Civil War and Reconstruction r
March 25 at Pine Camp (AP) The nation birth rate In Florida" by
creation Hall to organize a I may be going down, but one William Watson Davis, and
tomii Community Beach block in "History of Jacksonville, Florida
city St. Petersburg is I
vd', ( committee Meantime in the midst of a population explosion and Vicinity" by T. Frederick ., "
i, Devlin set out to get the Davis In 1925 j
and went up and down In this single block, 11 babies These and four other books !
length of the town asking have been born to 11 different make up the Floridians Facsimile __ I
chants and resident pass- families in the last 11 months and Reprint Series,
;bjr: to contribute. L five girls and six boys In which will someday number, L-
I didn't have anything tor all, there are 25 children of 300 editions of rare books ?
them, not even a guaran- NOKOMIS BEACH was a one-year-old community project varying ages living on the Three more of the series will I
t that we would have a beach when the above shelter was constructed in 1949. Money to block be released this fall.
,they contributed, anyway," purchase a 200 foot stretch of beach, matched by county
laid. funds, was raised in two and one-half months with enough rR I !

\',thin less than a week shed left over to erect the shelter. YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn :: 't, '
1101, contributed in $2,ha4, I 3 ,1: ma "11II-- IJ' 'j ,
[d $J amounts. She still weeks, soliciting by letters, The county took over main Aufo Insurance : :- ..
r original list on now age- cards and publicity. Mrs. tenance and eventually, due to f),
owned, tablet paper. Contrion Devlin and her committee went County Commissioner Glen R I. NEW LOW RATES ... !! t.II
were Sam Vance, Ed from house to house. Leach adoption of the project, 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS -- __= ; .
urtoy, Alvin Jonas, Mr, The fund grew quickly until constructed the present $32000 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
urkley, John Johnston, Pop beach facilities and acquired
early May. Then contributions ,
Nokomis Sundries, Plas- feet of beach front- LOOSE LEAf LOOSE lEAf COMPOSITION t
Idy 400 more
slowed down to a trickle and, o c '
Age Boat Equipment, Angus still needing $902.75, the group age, r FilLERS BINDERS BOOKS
lotah, Mrs. Carroll, Mr seemed stymied Jack West was architect and "
her,Wallace Grocery, Shen- had meeting i! and"Vot.ed the dedication of the facilities J'
doah Trailer Park, Mr. Or- They a In February, 1958 was marked Avenue
to have 116 W. Venice
a spoghettl supperat :
Willard Taylor, Larry'sin : .
with much speech-making and q. t
Nokomis Lodge, on June 16 488-2289 .. "
W. L. Woodard, Devlin, ( Telephone \
to be prepared by Mr, and attendance by many, many I I r7T "
n McClure, and W, R. Zieg- '
Mrs, A, W Moreman, Free people.It
r to Venetians was the first dedication, Ib '
transportation was f
9t t the March 25 meeting,
which thrilled the E-
offered as an inducement to however, ,
embershlp,, name rules adopted were and drawnthe John swell the crowd. hearts of citizens the hard-working Nokomis 7T ? 'I
just one year
Before the supper an anonymous '
uiston was made ,chairmanthe
after the idea of the beach was -- '
donor came through :
project. Mrs. Charles
conceived In chat at Devlin'agarage.
a ,
eG, Roberts was elected with $500, leaving a deficit of = SCHOOL BAGS 1'
rotary and Devlin, treasur- only $334.75. The supper put DRAFTING PENCILS f'
Mri Devlin was named them over the top. I SUPPLIES and BRIEF CASES CRAYONS "

airman of the finance comItea The rest Is history which can To View
Phillips t
be visibly viewed Through t ''j
W', L. Woodard, then county persistent work, Commissioner FOR }t
imisaloner, explained that Woodard obtained the Island New Car Models\ '' }
had asked the county for between the beach and the See Rules Below .'
Ip and had been told they mainland from the state After Mr. and Mrs. B. Phillips
old match funds, If the group the supper, a surplus of $350 and Mr and Mrs. W. H. Phil
uld! raise $2990, by taking the was reached from this and additional lips will represent Bill Phillips
unt out of a special fund. donations and this Ford Co., of Venice, in New f
The 2S citizens present got money was used to build a York City August 2123 at j jf'
,!y. Mrs. Roberts was prac- shelter and provide tables and meetings with executives of
rally glued to her desk for chairs. Ford Motor Company and a
preview of the entire 1965 line
of Ford Division products

SPECIAL! . PERMANENT WAVE S, John Jacksonville Obringer, Ford district Division 20% OFF '

POPULAR BONAT COLD WAVE sales manager and coordinatorfor
the trip, noted that more a \

REG $15 5 NOW/ SI 2,50 than wives will 200 attend Ford the dealers in threedayNew and. SOCIAL STATIONERY ;;1>,;'

York meeting preparation I''
for the public Introductionof : .
I'ftEE one can Bonet Hair Spray with each wave. the new Ford products. .
In addition to previewing the .
vehicles at the New York Coliseum -
and learning Ford Divis S f
ion's 1965 marketing plans, the
dealers and their wives will be
131 W. Miami Ave. Call :
given a special tour of Ford's TRAILWAYS IS MILES AHEAD IN

.,World's Fair Pavilion

- The Personal TouchLittle


attention mean a lot, and you can Royalite Portable \ff

e 3I6V4 W. Venice Ave., Venice trust Trailway to'be extra helpful in every I
way. Let our personal touch smooth outyour TYPEWRITER

next trip! W
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!REGISTRATIONS r' RULES: Students only may register for the drawing with the purchaseof : 0 "

( f/llf i Aug. 19 22. 26 and 29th 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. 7Mq err school supplies tt Venice Stationer. e' or Hamilton Office Supply, '::
I it'
I Englewood. You may register at any time during store hours. from now j I ,,':'

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY' All students registering and paying until Saturday, Sept. 12th, 1964 at S p.m. The drawing will be at S p.m. : 1(

Sharp Sept..I 12, 1964 at Venice Stationers. !
tuition by Sept. lit will receive 10% discount on first 12 week course PROPS VZNICI I..., 8.

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I I < i 4-Th GONDOLIER Venice, Ft*. Monday, Autfutf 17 1964 4 w M e9 by Kenneth Donahue to

THEPEOPLE GOVERNMENT euro er director-of Art ot the at Sariioi RlngiiJ, >W
\ -- ; YOUR
Tourism the) state's

( REPORT B'. Industry, Is stressed in leldlnr
[1J a . A WEEKLY free exhibit in the tJhlbJ InIllJ

,tlI I II.U.Vl.ftora

SPEAKhave way also tour
I model Florida home '
FARRIS BRYANT The entire) area la auu,,,, .
ally landscaped with
w Governor of Florida\ assOdp
cal plants. Live Flamblp,-
I To The Editor: lessened or even eliminated wade about an .rt1IJd.I

some of the wrongs done to Exhibit HaIL swamp.It .
We Just heard of the dance underprivileged mlno r 111 e a. Florida Al The ".rU'. Fair feeling the free has been estimated
UlIlIEa Or TRI ASSOCIATES rSESJ: .- HEMS IB Or THS ftOKIDA Pease. ASSOCIATION for the benefit of Teen Havenin Water clean and fresh could The Florida Pavilion at the Out of these potentials we hopeto 70 million fa
to over people will jT
is receive enough money
and New York World's Fair a
Tbt AuoeluM' ftmm .Is .uluMralir .Utla H v. far MnbllntHl. *C (II ..w> "....wb. MUM I ) toe September they specifically restore life and safe utif to meet all obligations the Citrus Tower during! lilt
6 ..... ..... .. announced music by an and lakes. Un big success. It I la the finest promotional
N or not .I a iku np sad era tool MM nMblii* kmi AU rtshu of mmbUuUoiW polluted streams more than two years the ttr T Tture>) diiMU-hn v. (bo NMTmU out-of-town band. suppressed news could be the tool Florida has had The new Everglades Show will be -
,% t Tw am end keil rtwuiwe" ..._1 *t ttla ....,.... .a rrlfbu4 ... .It* Npublluiln h> a.NMlt Will someone please tell us water used to dilute the quick In a score of ,.are. It& Is making 'which played to 12,800 people standing
6 > lortidd. .... bf vrlltM .KrmMM., of and givingno of operationIste Other contributing f'clolllD
why we encourage all our sends of oblivion thus exposinf money, we are in Its first week
j I 'J ..bUlb.. i... llmdu .4 TtandM few US-SI B III... Amu neighbors and visiting friends the vote-costing mistakes thought to closing It before last month has a spiraling the Pavilion's success are lilt
9 t ,I int.r.d Ao S...< C... altar At Path OfB. *t /Nubs to patronize our Venice merchants that now: sink there ao quickly. the end of the two year running attendance and this part of the excellent press coverage ft k
and others but our local Ooldwater" U not merely time of the entire fair exhibit looms as the "sleeper receiving and the frlerxlljrJ.
4 .r EDWARD D. BALL ... Editor and Publisher leaders feel they should go another candidate for prcii- The Florida World's Fair of the fair. It provides continuous of its attractive hosUssi*

COURTNEY WILLIS Advertising! ManagerSAM outside of Venice for paying dent; he Is a symbol" of a Authority did agree to pay. oft entertainment throughoutthe There la every reason! tub
entertainment? of construction costs at too rapid day. Admission is a nominal have that even greater crow,
DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor groundswell resentment re-
I also understand this la beIng bellion and nutrition by Inarticulate a pace but they have been IS cents and treats the visitor will attend the Exhibit dam

.I.'.!;I ROGER ... Mechanical Superintendent sponsored by the Venice ,awes that has meeting aU of their obligationsand to the exciting Boas Allen the fair has begun live up b
\. Junior Chamber of Commerce. been gaining storm-etrangth will continue to do so or Reptile Act from Silver Us attendance) forecasts. for

d SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $9 25 per year, W.25 per sis months. $2.7} Isn't the proverb "Practice tor ow 30 years. secure through a re-negotlatlon Springs, alligator wrestling, example on July 27, atttud.
per three months. 10 cents per copy Out of county, $6.Z5 per year $4.21 What You Preach" upheld anymore The people KNOW that Bar an understood deferment of authentic Semlnola Indians, once was 246,312 and the, tan

".1 per six' months S3 per three months.Advwtlunl ? ry It not a Messiah. a ..uper.m. them. and an act from Naples featuring for the 97 days of the fair Vu
lUpwmUUvoi rto W. PnM Bwvlc, *. GilMtrlll 111 AMrllM M_Mr ..,. ." or an omnipotent politician The Pavilion located precisely a ptao playing duck! 18,197,684. At this halfway Mw!
t ...1011.., tin Y..... N. ?.I A.I..... G..l Detroit, M.. MRS. A. PFANNKUCH honest where It was in the highly the attendance is near one ball
Just an smart The Exhibit Hall at the FlorIda -
-- South Venice.To successful 1939 World's Fair of the total 40 million expected
patriot who has put Into
Cutty of the
la One
-. has been drawing the largest to visit the Fair In 1964. An.
word, and promlMi to put Into chief attractions la the cultural
crowds in the Lake Amusement ust and September are
. CBS And The Conventions The Editor! for action the wrongs, correctly that have measures been Area of the fair and has circular art exhibit in the center of the ed to be the most succtnu expect.

Reader reaction to your editorial done them and the rights been averaging thirty to forty building. months from an attend
I "Paid Informer If like usurped. He has given them thousand people a day Paintings Include several internationally standpoint.
CBS has dropped Walter Cronlite fromI doesn't pontificate like. a Huntley or mine will be shocked Indignation a clear choice between stayingon The success is all the more famous old masters Floridians can be proud !dm

1 the job at anchor man for its network crack wise like. a Brinkley. Nor does he and shame that our country the creased skids to socialism startling since the main gateof and a few of the modern the pavilion not only dlspinithe
should stoop so low as to or return to free enterprise the Fair is at the farthest variety. Included are the works fun qualities of Floridi
national what be called flci.1.ditori.liling a
the Democratic convention indulge In might
coverage of use police methods that we self-reliance and self-re point from the pavilion. The of Ruben Paolo Veronese, but it exemplifies her culture,,
starting in Atlantic City next Mon on a particular newt item have criticized when employedby apart main gate draws M per cent of Frans Hal, Alesandro Magnasco her charming communltin

I .day. Hit fill-Ins are a couple of Indivlcl.I by a knowing flicker of his eye lashes or other countries.It The voters who are going to the total traffic into the fair. Winslow Homer Paul Cez her wide variety of Industry\
the has been said that a treat place his shoulder this Gates five and six, into the anne, Renoir, and others The The tremendous Clrllll'
curl of his upon
I oils whoie name escape us at a disbelieving lips. crisis will produce a great tremendous and thankless task Lake Amusement.. Area, draw art, owned by private collar.tors crowned pylon at the Florlh

I moment. In other words Cronkite. dishes the newt leader. Let us pray that Qold- :MUST know that If he Is to succeed only IS per cent of fair visitors. living In Florida and by pavilion serves as a landnin

Cronltite got the lack became the rat- out straight, sans showmanship, and lets water destined to bo our next they have to also give him This small percentage and the museums in the state. Is valued to falrgoers. Word Is travtigu
president has enough of the in difficult access to the area at over two million doU..... fast that this little bit of not
more Republican
NBC's reach their
second to his listener
,,1 legs had him coming out own blood of Moses to lead us out congress. from the fair proper has contributed It was selected for the Florida Ida Is a must at the New Yorl

1\\ Huntley-Brinlley duo In the coverage of 'without any subtle effort at brainwashing. of the wilderness of un-Ameri They should also keep In to the recent troublesof Pavilion by a committee head- World' Fair

the Republican convention at San Francltco. But that obviously Is I not what CBS eyeing can policies and practices that mind that it may not be ,justa the Louisiana Exhibit the
I 9 i called must by now have our God- coincidence that last closing of the musical revueat
the sinister the our
thing ratings,
Inspired authors of the constitution three wars one sedated the Texas Pavilion, and the Venice Area Church Directory I
networks live the and 'want will settle for.
The by ratings or spinning in their graves. "police action" occurred during closing of the WonderworldShow

'when they put the blight on somebody, When TV came along newspapers looked The connotations of the Democratic administra which occupied the amphitheater 1'1'' MATEAsnH'S' 'TRQOTT VtTBTODtST OT01OEFtSCOFil
I In this Cronkite the disaster. But time has words GOLD AND WATER are tions. A continuation of a walk adjacent to the Florida CHURCH.OM '
heads roll. cete was upon It( as a .( ODO Offtwt H" :.
interesting; debasement of our foreign- policy or none Pavilion. Tmn W M UehtbMMM. W....,. n-end.: i ...
f sole victim. proved that people ,continue to count on currency and inflation began COULD result In another was The woes of other exhibitors . Mr a IU4M. ,..... waGs, Plq ss pa a

Jut what Ingredients go into the their newspaper for their news This Incident with the abandonment of the In the lake amusement area Mob aMu..StnlMl.lori t WiN;: tuttyt.VBHIOB 0141.1.0 nosed. = Twtl./r.
gold standard. More observance CLARKE C. VOLMOT have left a greater burden. of . .
formula for the ratings' It a mystery to involving Cronkite should' prove the
of the Golden Rule would Manasota Key. Florida to draw fairgoers AssotSLt! or ooo : 1111II011
j the average videoviewer but a recent point even further. Then too, the New York VnlM Br' *Br-Wr VMM MawtM M Mntto, Fwtt A,.. Pal All. .-.-.i.__err

I hearing by a congressional committee Of courts, Walter. Cronkite is not hurt. World's Fair Corp. threw a few ease. ...... It it* ... hoW.W.' ... ante..

brought out that th.y involve e lot of Ing from a financial standpoint. Ha il surprises our way They can' ::I'':: = 55':.s.a.. mar SAmsr' ORUWM
I / celled plans to construct a ''W......... ..... 11_... SAe ... M. SIMM el.. .
t. hanky panky and questionable methods. reported to have a 10-year contract callIng Haley Report moving sidewalk to bring visitors Tke .... Charts.:. Osaa.rysued..W

II The fact that Crenkite is the most able for an annual stipend of $200,000, from the fair proper to rotlCB-MOKOKTS onuses: MBTBOOin .., Snxtv SrMMrNl.B. .

/4 the lake amusement area. Film Awn .......... cass"
newsman currently, on TV failed to lave which mutt be ten time what he made IIS SHIJak MW
tremendous .> Lrofa due.., Nntar. lUlMfeMM.
Originally a nightly
his neck In this latest episode In the networks' at a news agency reporter.But By REP. JAMES A.:HALET; fireworks dirplay had been Wmklp. ......, ass u, sad II f!.*.&. o..,...u fcrn.

-._ cut-throat battle of the ratings. Areporter having worked. against him with planned from the lake amusement Ch..... tebal..u. ... wads..n,. IrMonmoi ...... Mid-ab e.
I Fidel Castro alternately and announced "1 am a Marx This shifted r.n.dtu' ratS! dseahta. "M s-.. .5.14'
1" with long news agency experience another news agency, and knowing that pleads and blusters In response ist-Leninist and will be one until the World's area Fair was by to or rn HAUICOJ

he doss what a newsman is supposed a clean beat on a hot news story meant to the resolution of the Organi the day t die." the canter of the fair Authority Me EMMANUEL a. TwrUmt LUTHERAN Tau.. CHURCH*'t- U lota Mlw
do the gallon of American States declaring As to United States "aggres ....... Tkr. R.. Okwta L *.... VM CM* W J.BMtn 41 .H m
to to him than raise it's The Florida Is situated
I -present newt objectively more a pay a good his communist regime don" Castro Pavilion Chgrak School Sill Uk a H. A....... MlibwFkMMI
had the good will Meadow Lake had W_..t lelw..lWxuwa ,
on ass OOT
and without -
holing it that Walter would
up. \guest swap some outlaw in the Americas of practically the entire Western planned to use the lake to stage Baxter sheet ItM ....
It's true he's I. He that for exclusive He threatens to shoot at LVnOUJM CHVBCK nkHk II i0 MfcToMk
i no moIlS puss. gold en byline, in print. our Hemisphere at the time he several water-borne exhibits, 4 kit Sontk 0.8. 41 Zee as.
forces in Guantanamo. On the addressed;\ the newspaper edi and the exhibition of Florida A* Km M.t... JL M r.. 4ttv4M4 ""vniii. s...?.... tine p.p...
other hand he would welcome tors. He had thrown out a vicious, siiiiii side torn, W"- P... MMttM tMCATUOUO p
water sports but the lake Is not Smdar Sokwl, till r.SlbU ..
. More Blood Is Needed negotiations to improve relations tyrant Batista. He could now permitted to be used for Oterw Sill M.riaat .
i with the United States have had American aid 1 for no that purpose. ell'll'lCIII or rn trmun
o v ni or
I I His explanation as to how more than the asking.He In spite of all this. th ? Flee sciumsTloa : CHSJST. Nail Bute ere* u4 Swwit SMNUtkomi

The community blood bank at Spokane More open heart end other vital surgical Cuba came to line up 'with the chose to throw all this ida Exhibit has steadily increased .Wm Var.5usd. V..M AnkMb a. UKT." 0.wte 4IS4TI1ROT. ... Onm 1'a
Soviet Union Is Interesting He sway at the behest of his Soviet .
't' in popularity A recent Misr II ".. M.M.Pwest.
Washington, Is calling attention to the operation plus more automobile sceidanh had to turn to the Soviets for Masters. Now his Interference by the Market Research 1.- 5,5.14 I. II a.wd.d. 10. survey a.a
need for bleed and attracting! donors by are increasing the need for blood. help, he explains, because" of in the affairs of neighboring Corp. of America, taken a .1e.... .. r e Fr mfaUonl tae .Site...r.w a. 4dSale:

t art exhibits on Its celling. In part of South But only 3 per cent of the people ptytically United States aggression. dates has exhausted the at the fair's request showed mews_SunlanCKACB.. aid, ...Ud... ,., sad ..... r .... M4 ti** M StM t.m
Go. t. '
patience of
the -
even South
"Aggression" consisted mainly Florida to be the second MoaTs roar CBABixmaCBUtCBM
Africa, resident who give a pint of bloodare able to donate do to. American members
of United States protest of the OAS most popular exhibit in the fed. MCTBODIST CRUECBOmir
rewarded with a pint of beer. These As e Jamaica, Long bland, blood bank against the uncompensatedseizure whose people were for a time eral and states area. Only or rue. Sri D.TU.IUr. ran' ntxaarrcBiAM catmd
l ... .
scattered items Indicate the worldwide put It "blood mutt be waiting for the ot American property "bemused by his phony talk of New York the host state, with Fradtr clk.-l. tU, D1../A.Wonklv .I. >r. IWTMM Conmoiltr* J. PitafM Cwtart MUkMS

I need for blood for transfusion. patient not the patient waiting for In Cuba. Counterrevolutionaryactivity freedom.Castro's longwinded defianceof Us $a million exhibit, ranked 1.'r ttntM.SIM ABltU II M UKM. ohbras.,.iM Ui OtaM.e ..MM 1IM fbnltw1ltk> Svrii
did not start until his ahead of Florida stet ... .
Ida ntesviwrs w. .. .
LAde MrrimOA1.VABT
This Is greater than ever according tor. blood. If In health and OAS
I you are good own people realized he was predicting his com.munlst Others given rating below
r. t Dr. Rouser L and other leaders between and building communist regime will last for Florida ] DT Aovsan, REFORMED: CHURCH
Mainwaring 21 60, you can help Importantly a state In centuries were In order New ..... H ... 01 Rt 41NatmMi OF VENICB OAJtDINSI4M
.' 1 of the American Association of Blood by volunteering blood at betrayal of the revolution they bears comparison to York City, Hollywood-USA) Ha- r... Nash
your helped him win. a similar prediction by one wall FMWT. Mwe I L Out.Mad. t.-
Illinois, New ,, FiMSuidM
.: : Banks. Formed bank that the collection Adolf England .. au SiSI ... IS ill.SrKleniliH The tU Fruk
I by cooperated nearest center or bank. Castro's present alibi for Hitler who declared his United States Pavilion Missouri t r u. ;. Sckooli ail *..
PrepC Tea NP Hi ..
) 4{, In the Texas City disaster of 1947, thili You may save the life of somebody whose communism, I think it is apparent Third Reich would last a thousand and Maryland. The survey 0..0.Hmlni""Wonbtn nn Ml.oases., ,... 5a0PP5N00LEWOOD -

: organization hIS led in developing standards blood may In turn, sometime live is no more reliable years. He missed by 989. was baaed on Interviewswith VIlltICB-IIOIOIfIS pnawamBUMCHUKOI
yours.As Castro now has about six yearsto Fair visitors ItllMtrl ... .. .. n.
than his earlier statements on 0. !
''I' and a national clearing houte system a resident of this area you might the subject. go to beat Hitler's record Many reasons Ire given for IU TheyIa. rawT.LA.r : ;
IU Itwr own W. CaecaLad.
h i by which blood given locally can be well help life by 'with for longevity the Florida Pavilion's leader. 4UM21RuxlM St. *
save a signing up "We are not communists," he debate |4S .... r-
f It might be said at this point ship In the amusement W.nkl" Sailmi Baxter Ida .... Mr loCIO u.aHerd.
: credited to In another the South area.
a patient city. County Blood Bank. assured the American Societyof that If Sr. Castro plans to doan There is F4.lnnkl: Balll U ... .... awe.sus. *> MM add. a.Caen .
it Newspaper Editors here In the fabulous live perpoise edore Yar
I ) more threatening to shoot
!, I If Washington in the spring of at our forces In Guantanamo show generally considered hOlT tails BFISOOFA1. OVDROIKIMtr UNITED CHURCa or CIIBIIr 1
to be the hit of the

. f( ['Fl I' Watchman, What Of The Night? 19 announced bound 1I. Yet by only the Cuba a Inter-American year would later not ha be he a long would look do at well our newly to first string take 8,500 has been paid admissions averaging daily close fair to It !... Deer-amen*Own M ewa.-IOTOMDM Piturm. _Hot OONaa&OAnoIlALoCBJIIITWIaVANOWOAL B. k a _AND CfcUM UFORI FkJk.09IW

ent policy of shooting back at Revenue that Lamas d Hub Came Yhwear.w
pact against we derive from ':10 ..... M
I communism. In aslpas..N '
I, You've got s dog in your neighborhoodthat They are, moreover' tad-tounding notes, the same year, one of his chief plication those who of shoot this at policy u.. The In the ap the meets Porpoise the Show more than Chain lease.. need a aid a...__ e a. caw Galva Mama Mwrtl.wa Case :. 0tI

i barks only at night which make* and at five o'clock In the morning th.y Guevara lieutenant announced Major in.Moscow Ernesto Gulf of Tonkin la a welcome It la producing operating about expenses$9,000 a rear ePTun.aU1E OF VtMICfJItolitr "" '='-a.Nt. ,ra else-.dam lot u

wantial sense If he barked In the daytime remind you of day you have wasted, that Castro's government reversal of our "turn the othercheek" day now, and the box office .. S. U... PrMrtimf :-..=. 0.-A 4.15 aim. /bMd"L

I nobody really would listen, and friend who are dead, and that two-foot "wholeheartedly" endorses the communist policy encroachment ot dealing with and continues In to Improve Wonkl*each tmSi44. Iliei M>*J&TnlBln --0": wi-==.:
addition to that have U.Na. Ilia .
we fm.Bnnlw .
whet's the point in a bark if you don't, putt you mined on the eighteenth gr.en.You'd Communist Manifesto And by ahould serve as a warning both established the Everglades Swteo lisa .. raw Oars. -
) the end of Exhibit .
another year CarIre to Castro and his ou P.w IS rttn.. ,... .... GNGaeaIDapra
have masters
en audience in to produce flaw CHRISTIAN
f get out of bed and throw a himself! took off the wraps the Kremlin. some extra SOUTH VINICB BAPTIST IflBUONaVfl 01 (
ttu i. Actually, It ihouldn't disturb you. After rock at Johnny Two-Note and his revenue without in any way at- Dee a OI4 EMImfrt R4. .":
serenading ... Thu se. A ,M. .:-eG.Y W '
ror 5140. Pre tka
\ l'. an these year it would teem you'd have \ friends, but the barking dog would .....b. (beer,. ads ... w.htp. la ....
become ..nd., 5,5.I. h4 a. 1.- tN.t. eu u _
to barking dog
or crying Sensing The
probably you. You get the distinct News

babies or teenagers tcratching-off. But impression he doem't conform to proverbial .

... some thing are Irreconcilable, and time axioms.

.. hat drained your charity.The By THCBMAM SENSING the best
So lie and litter recipe for folks
you wondering about ,
trouble Is the wakes
dog the birds SxeertTe!: Vlee
'j 11 i : early, end the birds bother you. The lead4W dogs, birds life, and people. It was, tall The Era of the President Southera States Industrial Council newly moved to

you the truth, a simple putt.Atheville Grasshoppers bor "happened Upon this new
NI 4. r of this feathered choir sings only twonotes. Clennle Hollon who publishes secret of living by accidentally and flittering and singing and
I in dancing while the ant la
.. mimeographed form "The pore
.I, N. C. Citizen Foreman's Journal of Willlba"a spotting this little story In the facing extinction." Ytalea

( place in the mountains of Corsica"Once S. D., Globe: Then Clennle says that not
upon a time there
j: Library Column Eastern Kentucky), to promotethe an ant who worked hard all was day only will you be seeing his ,f Take tni phone all (for coopot MflrX'
: "Welfare of Poredom 13 in the fields It was summer neighbor "a chirping and singIng add hostess wttli taints of lib eel

. rJ IJ I I'' Months Per Year" writes that .and the ant was busy cutting and dancing upon the door InfbnnitioR about tilt city. stir to IMSIm -
by B. Lara Newton he has a neighbor who says he grass and dragging it home. steps Boards of them Agencies and botpRilitjr and you'll l kiM I petrous

I : Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Is a changed man. The ant had a grasshopper asa ; but you will also see and delightful minim. Just
: me and other
"He tells ua he goes abouta neighbor The grasshopper several wised up phone
I AFTER the American War for Independence behind A/m/ off/ kit ancient prejudice flittering and a fluttering anda lived on commodities and other Grasshoppers upon those doorsteps .

j there were American But what and received chirping! and a singing and products of Board and Agencies 'waiting to ace what the
manner/ flew MM hardworking but
a silly ant has
dancing from the doorstep of and sat in his doorway
bout. Americanism Melew mode of lift ne ..mlmxtd.tA. one Board and Agency to that singing ail day When winter 'fetched in. Welro Oh

Harvard professor Oscar Handlin at- new government Ae obeyed flit of another Today he might be came the ant had a whole bale "This is the new Era of the

..,.. In his new chronicle THE AMERI. new rank Ae Ae/o1. singing and dancing and chirpIng of grass But the ant had via Grasshoppers Everybody Is I .
from the doorstep of the lated the Federal Farm Law. going to be happy and Joyful
CANS that history itself had "created S The Frenchman wrote hit euay-latters Farm Relief Office He'll sing for overharvestlng grass He Everybody Is going to be chirp PROBE 48t'alat

' network of common Institution that endowed under the pen name of J. Hector St. John. and dance something out of was fined $1 3.BO and the surplus ing and singing and dancing -

Americans with nationality. Letters From An American Farmer first them people Tomorrow he was Civ'.sedih: The grass. with the exception of thl,silly WElCOME I
might be on the steps of the hopper : surplus In hardworking ant . No wonder lfc, Uih coupon to ---------------1 1
Michel de Devecoeur, a French travel was published In London In I7S2, In Peril "Draw" Agency and hell sing exchange! for his food stamps" me and my neighbors have

,'' d 'fa* who lived for a time on a farm In 1714, and finally In Philadelphia 1793. them out of a pretty good Then Clennle writes "MOR begun to sing, dance and :

New York with hit American wife Mahat- THE AMERICANS by Handlin It e monthly check Next month he AL: Be a ,r.'lhopperThla chirp. We can see the new light ::
i hopes to dance out a bigger story goes to show that the shining! thru the new Era of
i'. able Tiffit, In his Letters From An American boot for all thinking American to read.A poke of commodities From labored life of the ant Is silly the Oresshoppera." em I

Farmer observed "a new breed" had memoir of d. Cravecoeur Is In the now on. he will stop wasting and futile. When me and you A delightful presentation o PIMM km tht Wtlcmi/ Wipn Hotu wfl on IM

.; merged from a mixture of English\ Scot: DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIO. his energies like a silly ant went to school and read the but shades of Benjamin Frank- D I weald Db to IUbaIbt $
b the
and he
will become ti great big pome about the Ant and the lint When GONDOLIER
all the Ants have d
pt tt ''fish. Irish, Dutch, French, German and 6RAPHY. Beth are In the' Free Public high jumping grasshopper 'and Grasshopper the Ant was Idol. rid 1 to become Grasshopners* o I already suburb/ the, GONDOLIER I

a $wedes and that!: Library of Venice Area. live "like a grasshopper ort to ised. But not today. The Grsas- then what will happen? Whena f2i l al4 coupoi and rjrtudUon.Dept,

.-,.:1.1;;'H* -wo f, American. who' /looting USE YOUR LIBRARY. live. hopper has look ever The hive la all Drones and no
Clsnnle. says that ale slaigtu Grasaheppej is dill AuttuloA fitee 'who makes
W , .the honey

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Lego1VlM : Legal The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fta. 9fllgat I', 1964-7


Pellet -' N AND TUB yOIUtAMjunawsFLORIDA. COUNTY Women's SoftballORLANDO Starts Friday

Autuil, H, lea IN PROBATE
k y ten CUCAKIHO: ORDINANCE MO. IM IN 11., T 0 v.t..f" (FNS) Orlandowill loci with the ABC-TV network

., o Black Armnm C't.AUD0.. .-- be the site of the Women' taping tha final game for later
CASwm.L! /k/
N W CLAUD CASWELL World Softball Championship broadcast throughout the coun
I M-M-ia-lt-11. D..w..l. Au,. 21-29 when 20 team from try.
a ......6014.1..1.. NOTICe om CllII>JTn..
all the U. S. Canada and
1-. 14-444-744-1WM4. TO ALT, rRmiTOrl AND Amr over ,
10 It-It. ppsona WAvtwo cr AIMS AGAINST Mexico will meet. I

CLASSIFIED II --. l-e-T-t-ll-ll.1911.I THU Yon ABOVE are berenr FTATIt notlfM" en< ramtlnrf. Defending world champion,
Rentals to file .1..... ..... the Xtaybestai Brakette of VENETIAN
Female anr or d. which
I Help Wanted Used TrucksUSED 11 -.. ,-......'..-,0. ... mar hare ....I''n.. Iho 0.'A eetate Stratford, Conn will again try
In the ?
1.14-74-11. .M..f roe OoaMy Jarlea f
RATES EFfiCIENCY Nice a _. Raraaola for the winner trophy. The
Cot t- tto. Ownlr. FlnHda. In Uie Court-
furnished Screened FASHION WIGS-Be e party TRUCKS 11-. ... at Canons Florida, with', al_ Orlando Rebel are the hoat CLEANERS
porch / Wa>tH sat 1.16 5SI I fielander! month frmn tha del .f 1
Charge Rater i beth Thursday' Neach Beach. Phone 488-1804. hostess and earn credits' toward I 83 Chevrolet 2 ton -13 ft. flatbed 14 -: 11144.II trie flnt ptiblleatlon of this ,.OS. .. Ka: .h team. The champion must de.
Mond.vS1.50 EdiNonaJ --- a free human hair Sara- 2 speed, 10,000 original _, ll-ll-l did' ., or aenunf nnrt, ho In writ Int. In teat each team twice In the
.nel 1 BEDROOM eh Wig For information M 1teMte.UUllll.IT luplleelo, and slot ..... the plaoa ofrwldenna
dupl phone miles new COndition $2895 .. anil double elimination tournament. makes poet offloe oJdrora of the this
vroint> *urnl h.d. Adult.. Sarasota 824-0080. 82 Dodge stake rack with! top .-.. l-l-4-. ..||.ll-ll. .....,.......... .nd muet,ha ....... to br the Some forty famea will be you
II ww00 Feet Lot hla aawnt er ale
4-H-T4.H-1 atbn-rur
Yearly Call 4884114.TRAILVIEW POSITION AVAILABLE: : for cover. 1H ton, excellent to ..-.-...-.-.. .-ai4iiie.II It will rM ntne .,.Id ._I-* to law.a played over the nine-day per-
((12 word minimum) condition .. .. . . . .$2295 81 .. .... KKLEN O01RBCBT: SensationalOHer
APT for experienced secretary with . .. .. Admlnletivtrlii, ,
rent by 'tt International > -< -' .1..1..11.11. of the aVtata of
Additional, Word, tcK &o dump truck. Arthur Claa" MORE PEOPLE ARE
year. building firm Shorthand, typ. l-l-a4.4-T-l.e-10 We. M Foot CMW.I / /
Automotic furnished Ing, New paint .. . . ... .$.1095'sa Lot 11.11-11.17-14 Cl...A ra.welllOONI to 'equttnt} you with our Soot Y1,
heat and air con. bookkeeping required International M .. HAHN ISPrrnnDINO SUBSCRIBING TO AND tone 'The world't matt
CASH ret., Thursday ditioned. 1000()() Sq. fie On Call 48B-13BO for appointment cab and chassis .. 44 IO4f.l6 lorlda Power a LI.hl Balldln. recon5mended
E. 2 ton .. Ynla rhead' ,
3 peed, $ 985 17 .-.-..1..0.11. dryclanlnq"RAND
and Monday Edlllont Tampa 8t, close to stores. '98 International II .. .-.. Attnrnere for the, Ketata, READING THE ,
Tal. 688-/114. THREE WOMEN WANTED cab and charai.,2ton. 40 .. l-""-f. PtiblMit Ana-. 17. 14. II. Sept 7. IM4.IN '
$1.40 Due to expansion nationwide . . .. . . 3895 41 .. M-T-JO-tl-rl. GONDOLIERFORCET McNALLYeLO'BE
3 BEDROOM HOUSE. unfurntshed. organization requlree 3 ladles '80 International Metro Walk- 41 -... '. -...-.-.- "TrU COURT Or Tllil nOTIKTT i'r

|112 word mfnlmumlAdditloMl ) plenty room for chlldren -. for canvassing Venice area in. New paint .. . .$898 10 II Weal fort Lot M-e-e-T-e-ll'. COUNTY JUDOS IN FLORIDA AND roR IN SARASOTA pROBATt * 0 '
t iN
Word Men tt and pet.. Phone 488-8781 No selling Part time work 4 89 Dodge 3 ton, 2 see cab II.". In mi Shoot ofnBOROB t 'r
tI ..
hours a S and chassis. Special W. WIA
day days a week. _
"10.U D l Prob.te110.. .
tot AIM i45i. "rye, hi 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the $1.23 an hour. Can be perman price . . . " . .4 898 54..Eu& 50 Pn. tot 3141545. .. NOTlrlll OP F.NTIIT or ORDP:1I: TTK4 or
fco> pan .b 4)) oharta ot M = water. Nicely. furnished ent. Write Box Cortex '67 Chevrolet Pickup New ADMIKlRTRATlON. UN1tIItCE..ARY 1 1g I Ir
.:. Ise ? N -It a NPC. 4182 II l-H-4-NoTth 11 Feat Lot I-If. An ........ h.vlne.lsla..r, '_ad. ,'
Le. rM aeirrliaortlooj .......,- Phone 488-3881. Plata, Brad.nton. for appoint- tires fc paint. REDUCEDTO IT .. l-U-lT-ll-IO-ll. .0.15.5' thoUU of OBOROB W fool :
.J. cerrleo (:::1.1.: ::..:: >.: ment ..... .. .. .. .... ...495 Tl_ |.|0-lM...WOJI4l.-J.4T-el. WIARD the hon mmoi. ,..mij. e.. discomfort a o now!
for IM > 71 lll444T4flo.llllll.la1H.ll17UU20.llUii.l4.I hmbr notlfld. that >n Order ef Ad- ..... r
.. ... b ...... M e.eem.laClASSIFIED Misc. For SaleMEN'S MANY, VnnooHMrr hoi bom on.torod iI H ,
in home of elderly ,couple FROM TO MEET YOUR I ia.l.e0. Ooontr I.d..t that the total nub nlue .T IA..A.
DISPLAY IT llalTllllM.II .f 0014 Florldo _..... ,,
I r M 5440 .l .
Speuldlng golf clube Must be. able to drive. Give TRUCK NEEDS ....7. d.e.lhd. I. sold .dw" 10 50,973 e6 e non .rT.AC.I\I.
On Edition, (per Inch $3.00 Woods. I, 3, 8. Irons 3 thru age and qualifications. Write tt 5.17.151NWrt51Prttoe15.16/. end that tho .... end add_ of the b .Mo.e co.eponv"
loth Edition, Inch $UO j.: 88. Phone 488-3708. WEST COAST TRUCK SALES 150.0. to whom. sold ...,. hue benu.I.sM r
pw H. V., Box: 748, Venice. I II '..-i-15-15-1146 .br ..h order kl IAD1B' HA. .
3450 No. Wash Blvd. II ,-..... RIB WIARD RU I, She 481, lnKle 5-A j'
POT () North 100 ... .. ......
etasTR.d d TYPE OIL BURNING (Route 301 ) '.1..1.
All . ptytbt In Male Help WantedDEBIT Sarasota lot le.l7-le-06 RMswmLL a IROWN. CUSTOM MADE ARCHESLIGHTWEIGHT
advance weopt ..blllh.d! ) Circulating Heater. Non d cc. 01 llIOll.I I,. l..k_ 8. Bradford and
trio thermostat Automatlo I. ID-IO-Il-M-M. Of Oonneol
.ecounrWCANCELUTION blower. New INSURANCE Salesman InstructionJOBS .01 10. Tenleo-Nokomlt. Bank Bvlldrni' FLEXIBLENO I.
condition $So. .It .. f O. nmt 747,
Store fixtures, counters, tier . Age 35-48. Married 12. U-IM7-W.I U Feet Lot la. Venice; Florida. METAL USED I
or tables, wall shelves and racks. High school graduate. Sales ... WAITING Wilkinson lit 12. __ 57.1,-10.t6 ..10. Ant. 17. 14, II, Sept, r. 1H4NOTICB "Tha arch that make. all day
ADJUSTMENT Reasonable offers accepted. parlance preferred but Insurance Real Estate School. Enroll 12. .-.....0. i feat like morning"We I
Ktquttfi for Mnellitlon ... Phone 488-3808. experience not necessary now 262 S, Tamlaml Trail. lIT Fort Sooth Lot H l-f-10-ll-H.Feot TxitNorth U TO RBOI8TIR FICTIT1OUI have your rise and width '
rduitmon| Vanlce-Englewood area. One Phone 488-B5S1 or 488-8698. ITA 7. Tho Mndenlmed. ooee hereby Jf'p I I 1"-

bo mtdo for TWIN BEDS complete with boll year reildent preferred Must tl-l._ that ho 1714 le oonductlni So. Troll a WINDOW.,buck
must under
error springs and Inner spring mattreaaes. have car. Excellent earnings to Legal U'110 .1I-1T.... "th-: flcUtlono name :r"l'Lt."r BRAND Jerry'sSHOE

Thursday Gondolier BEFOREI $GO. 4881362.SEWINO start and opportunities for III South 10 Feet Lot 44-l..ll14le1T1I1I WINDOW OPERATOR CO, and that $' n
sold firm to
oonpooed of the followlnirhoeo
BJR. on Monday For Moo much higher earnings and ad. 91 MOlllall.t . t"n0n ..... and plop ot rndm. COMFORT SHOP 1395vaLUE: E$5
diy Gondollor IEFORE: Bp.m. MACRINE vancement. Write giving qualifications TO KEOI8TER rlOTICU Or FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME t. an. fet.weC.0 Arab. learerta Ii Ii'AIII
0. ,
DUE TO DIVORCE 117 11.14.11 kndMry nWoad a nd OrthepedU Iheattil .
on Thundty. 1084 to P. O. Box 3590, Tho milonlriied" do herhr eertlfr Mrth.y .Tl 10-11-11-1I-I4-1I-II-1I-1I. S Orwnbnei
and sews Sarasota. are omiduetlnv' a Barber and BeauT 01 AB Bnnd Window Opoo with dryclaaning order I
77 ,
1-1-10-11-11.11.18 your
PHONE like new. Fancy stitches with kuelneeo ., II* Bo. Tanleml. Trail ..- 17. -- ........T..I..I1.1. rotor Co., lo ao followsBaraaova Roarei II .... to 4 p...
in ,.. the ".tit...... .... of Palm Barber 71 .. C'ut 0. 5.db.v. la P. w6It CIooeoI W... Ph... ......N platy Ilk for ditatlt.,
drop earn., buttonholes EXPERIENCED TIRE Changer ..d Beauty and that aald firm .la compeoad too 17-I61M0.It4145.t441-t6 .Y.ofI''ir': "".c'r.: 0, tb,
48M125 saws on buttons, overcasts raw of the follovlnf. vononl whooo Clerk s d Co
edges, no attachment. needed. "Truck, light mechanical and Car. Lubrication work ....... and plaeea .rrd.. .., aro aolbmet ...-..-.l4-... sold gun. rl.O.riln':..revtetor Operator tne :

Small balance or $1.40 per and clean Stephen P. Dmtherlr, P. 0. Bn Ttl.DMihortr 101 00 Co., under tha vrorlelena of ChapterI09M FRONT END ALIGNMENT TIRE TRUING
week. up duties. Apply with EnelcndNOu.o '84 ........ .. ., .. ... Law of Florida, Aota of 1141.Wltnoe. .
Guaranteed : - - .
Lots For SaleYlNICB Write references and experience to .. P. 0. Bot 751. U' l.J7-.MO-4Ht mr hand thto. 11 aaj tt Auf BRAKE SERVICE WHEEL BALANCING
U.S.C., Box 746, Venice. E" .Iowood, sob IN"
S. L., Box 748, Venice.Situations .....hl. 01 Pilla rvr__ W__._ _____ 70 44J041-OI-I4. CARL C. ..tnlDIIERO.Po1o .
- un. u u 871 16-24-47-tl-44-t4. A... ... .
n. e/ 11 .t t. are/ :
RRRIDKNCB: f,01'llVENice APACHEIWorlcS' ylAnn P.DDoe'eb.rS. 17114444674.. I
RU8INKK: IITIMmill. Wanted M par net Oountry Club r.... Cult L .'
LOU "'co... Flan beat built best sailing Mildred L Douaonv, 10 pent 4-1.
camper trailer. Special 10 to. our launtlim to epplr to the B for

ELK INLET: SaawailatJ Dri. demonstrator sale now goingon. 'GIRL' FRIDAY" Nest attractive Clark ot Ootmlr.tha Clrailt' Florida Court to la redator.... .forlaraeota ... All View that part SaMloa at IW and t Venlea not InehiM Airport Inulf an "Ultimate In Retreading" '

ata boat baima. E. U Kilum Little) money down and Skilled In dictaphone ea4! Kama Palm' Barber and Bunte0.- ometlnea known aa Block M, Leai atrlc enjoyableday GOLF
a Birihora Oriva. NokomJa. low bank 4er tha Bmlilone of Chanter lOrW '0' a ..0' to Clip for etroet, tut abaeeaConmenoo :
fiayrients. transcription typing reception Lean of Florida, Aria of 1141, at KB ..... cloak IT, of LES. FULLEN a OWNER ,
CAMPER'S WORLD, work. Some bookkeeping: eiper.cnce. . WKneeo. oarhande thle II oaf eltrr. thnn B 100' to (eat R/W V* 41 farob. \ r
Real Estate 100 N. Washington Blvd. : Qualified to operate 1M4 TTtDHFB Dgg8'ffiit. Polo... taenoe E 100' I lie M 100 aa TRY 1744 S. Tamlamt Tr. VenIce, Fla. p

(Opp. Maas Bros.) most office machine Many STEPHEN \
PH. 488.1990 ,
ohllrll,I AM. 1. '0. I7. 51. 1M4.W Lot elaarini will ha noised for thant SARASOTAGOLF
Saruota experience. Excellent!: .._ .. ....
PRIVATE!: PARTY w.n'lat.' i t tS year references. Phone 488-2862. 'pin CouneU llet.HI I. flatehin eora- CLUB >,

or 4 bedroom home Welt TUB COUNTY JVDOffg COURT I heey' Mat E.tdv. I ry
of Trail lava 3 Bedroom. S TrI-Counfy Equipment Co. IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY I w,0. ,'= : M 1.11I:. = u DAILY GREEN 03 Ail i\
bath on Harbor Drive to trade BELL RD. SARASOTA,, F Experienced IN amt ESTATE OF PHONO bnlM ana aeieir or Dan.w.Uaee-, FEES .aJu5f HOME OWNER'S INSURANCE
In. Box 298, Venice, Fla. IDA MAY OASt Dens u Mt forth In, Ordlnuao No. 14*. Off Baa Ridge Rd. ? ,
'55-5705 retarial duties, receptionist. Ptobeu File Nor NIT ;
Call 488.4287.EXPERIENCED.
Thlt week ipecfcr/i/ onWayna TO ALL CREDITORS AND PKRBON: rolleo.
Houses For Sale Publish Aat 17,, I. ..
Air Compressors Typist Would AGAINST SAID.ESTATE, You bet! ':
Tog .
aro korebr ,111./ and rqufre4to
I BEDROOM: 3 bath. $300 like odd typing 'Jobs at home. file anr alalat or donand which row
dawn Venice Garden. $97 Reasonable 4882862. mar hara aralaet the btate ot Ua Barrett Approved a Rubtrold Approved
Hise. Wanted Mar Caeo, Deoeaeod., late of ft.ra.ou
monthly Includes tax % In- (bent Florida In the of Hon.JORM nfl can mo today for 'I
lurtnca. 1U Glen Oak Rd. WANTED Experienced T. GRAHAM, .:=. CouotrJndre.
Phone 488.4532.BEAUTIFUL OFFICE DESK: and Chair Also housekeeping Regular or la the Ones Court ROHM at L the Personal Touch :
metal file cabinet. Phone -.Ior.J.":, wOpl..U oalandarmontha WHITt ls0 ,
day work. Phone 488-1195. I oita of tho not: MOlloatleei IUU' GUYU"VI
Lan d a d 488-1330 evenings. I of thle Notloa, ') ef Tailored Protection .
cap. Baeh ..In or damall' ainrt ho hiwrlUatr ; 1aONOU
Ranch Type Homo, large living Mobile HomesONE and In dnpllr.lei .hall tato tho Sflt[
.... ,
Household Goods plane of Id. and pot office addree ''
area, dining apace, kitchen.two of the Claimant ahall .bo ._. A' _
bed room, two tatha, pantry HUNDRED to br the 0101....., hla ._t or hla.

utility, man'a work ahop, SACRIFICE, 4 ROOMS of turn MOBILE HOMES .attorney.." mini t ehall fee, ana.he aeoompanlod anr euoh main br orlemaad a LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO.

electric heat, air conditioning, ture. B pc. living room, 9 pc. TO CHOOSE FROM! ao. ao filed ehall .ho void." Th.fills. Earla L. Elites John C. Bennett
large acreened-ln porch, double bedroom, dinette (all walnut)., Come see the finest selection I fea mar ho added to the amount

carport tool room. Tel. 488- Like new. I pc. rattan Florida I of New and Used Mobile of"'.olalra... froni and 00Oe.nw olalra forme. Judaei et5.of.flee.ob- Complete Roofing Contractor

6262. room. Call 4888587.Business . Homes on the West Coast of WILLARD L. CASE.Ataornai ,
so Ad.niC..1 the "''ta.
Florida I 10 wldea, 13 widea, .014.55 ... .
MUST SELL 2 Bedroom Homa. Personals 20 widest Unbelievable bar Blair and tnD Tile, Asbestos end Built Up Roofs

Patio carport, central air- Kalna. Several repossessions. I P.tlT O.Naeaaii Box We Su, Nokomis. Fla. Ph. 488.5913

conditioning Large comer lot. WINDOWS BATH enclosures. Terms to auit. Drive over to Aua-1'T' tie
1758 Forest Dr., Venice Gar. Nothing down. Easy terms Publkhl 10. 11. 14, IM4.

dena. $450 down balance $92 S H Stamps. All Brand Co. day.GEORGE AND RUSS
monthly Includea taxis, luau 488-1824, 1724 S. Trail. Mobile Home Sales Inc IOU'
Inc. Bal. 818.000. Phone 4893333 69S8 N. Tamlaml Tr., Sarasota Before you decide see our

Jim Bums 8703 S. Tomlaml Tr., Bradenton IF YOU BUT SELL MODELS IN



ditloned C.B. Noun in Ven- due to se 6 miles
Ice Protect your liability South of Venice

Garden. Phone 4884716week lost or stolen credit cards SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. on the! Tr. (U.S. 41 A
days and before 0 p.m. (10,000 coverage $28 three length 8-ft. beam. Plnto-Val- <

Weekends and after 8. 4881770.I years. For full particulars vo engine. Tunnel stern. AU BUILDERS OF 9 MEDALLION HOMES

...... V.I......... ..b..... Pirraef.Thle . stop In or call 'ibreglassed.' Hardtop. Draft ROSS DURANT t .
I. a reel " .
Gnaw. LOU JACOBS. 4aur. )
EDGE- ,(ulf. Lots of room for chairs Onfy On* Hond/e// / 'GULF \
SACRIFICE: bedroom house AGENCY and fishing tackle $995. Phone 416 Mahon Dr.
near beach. Phone 4M-1I7J. Venice Ava. 488-KU9 488-3157
,11.. w. .C'"NS''TRUCIlctN' 8' Venice Ph. 488.2441jthig

ATTRACTIVE: 3 Bedroom, I Lost
baths. Reasonable ''C'OM'PANY "
Dressmaking alterations draperies J
terms. P. O. Box 98, Venice reasonable 488-1130 SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING I
I ate.
or 488 6474. "
and diamond wedding ring

CBS 1 BEDROOMS. Florida RUBBER STAMPS made to or on Nokomis Beach off pavilion P. O. Box 293 Phone 488-4740 Venice, Florida I' 1

room, the bath Golden Beach der. Overnight, service. Office Reward. Contact The GondoUer

action. 828 Roberta St, personal!, pocket or stock Newspaper. I uu __ .s&St' -

LEAVING: TOWN Will .. 488-1483. Money To Loan DISTINCTIVE tARGER j JJ
riflce nice home la choke location

In Vealca Gardena. a SHEPARD BUSINESS OR PROPERTY PLUMBING CO. rReal Estate Corner I

large bedroom. 1H baths Den Loan. Unlimited funds avail tD
CO. On The Trail
that can be used aa a third LUMBER able. Personal appointment arranged Harbor lights II

"Wroom. Lard utility room |003 N.. Washington Blvd. S. M. Box 748, in care RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS

creanad carport. ato. I Sarasota of this paper. PHONE 488-4450

Landscaped comer lot. 380 Hill.\ : erf -- --


I/I Block to Beach, Furnished

Rentals : RAMBLER DODGE 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened Large lot, Paved St.
BOOf 'BO'SIISAlum. >I5 S. Tamlaml Trail 488.3965-oi8a.6I50 AIR CONDITIONED! Porch attached carport Oil
1 OR 1 BEDROOM!: furnished I Windows ft Door. SPECIALIST IN. . CENTRAL WATER AND SANITARY SEWER heat $7950.00 1 '

houa*. Walking distance to I Contract Roofing t Painting ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake Screened Patio 2 Bedroom I Bath Dwelling 105 East Aurora N'

beach,,, boating tlahbl All Phone 488.11M Venice KERMIT L
tttUltle*. Weekly-monthly., Very Repair Lubricate Chassis WELL FOR GARDEN & YARD $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH.

!* onabla. Phone: 48M1JT. TYPEWRITERS!: and Adding e Front End Alignment' Oil Change 541 SHAMROCK BLVD. TOTAL PRICE 12700. N. WIMMERS MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
Front End Overhaul Adluit Headlight Beam.
I >>. USfreab.6 .Machine (mechanically operated H. N. WIMMERS Realtor
saes PA.W.Ian. REALTOR
cleaned Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs i

.0...':: 'Lou JACOB-: ItlMUAPARTMEMTS like D').. Chemically Just f 12.60! plus p.ruIt Engine Overhaul S Any Automatic or Standard Agent for Western Union T/le CLOSED Men. thru Frl. 9 to 5 221 W. Miami Ave. I 801 I Laquna Drive t

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I> I"" !! .enetia Fire Tower Prefects Woodlands' Of South County

One of the Important links In ed Margy, has been with the check comparison between two
1 I"n the Florida Forest Service fire forestry service for the past 12 or more towers. This pinpoints \ ". -
protection network is Venetia years serving years at Hurrah the location of the blaze and .b. '",'f..... "
i Tower located on the Englewood Tower in Hlllsborough the information is relayed to i
I Road one-half mile southof County before coming here. the Oneco Tower. Instructionsare tt'\\!, "
the Tarn(ami Trail. The likable couple first be- then transmitted to the .., ,. ".
Venetia Tower, manned by came acquainted with the Venice nearest firefighting/ equipment _ ,
Charles and Marguerite area during their many which immediately. goes into (
: Knauff. is charged with the fishing trips to the jetties. Not. action. : '
n protection of South County ing the construction of a fire Identification of the type of ; ; ',
woodlands from destruction by tower here, they applied for a smoke sighted is invaluable in
'I i wildfires. transfer which was accepted. dispatching the proper equip-
Wildfires are a serious problem The Venetia Tower rises 85, men t required. Normally, #
1 ; which, even today, con feet to the cab with the peakof grass and oak trees cause a r k eer
tinue to give Florida one of the the observation tower roof white smoke, pines give off a n v H P
t / worst forest fire records In the 109 feet above ground. Throughthe dark brown smoke burning nry'' ,
entire nation. The problem is winter months October to palmetto puts forth a brown
attacked primarily through the May Mrs. KnauU'c11mbs the ish-white vapor, while a houseor
forestry service's statewide steep steps each morning and building afire will show as
',) program of organized forest makes an observation and radio deep blue or black.
check between 7:30: and 8p.m.
fire protection.To An airplane based at Punta
At 10 o'clock she again
implement this fire pro- Gorda also makes regular pa.
ascends and remains
on duty
tection, the state erects fire trols over Sarasota and Manatee
until six In the evening.
towers In the more heavily Counties during the fire-
wooded areas and assign FOr. Take Turns prone months and may even be
est Rangers usually a husband Periodic observations are also called into service to assist in
and wife team to man them. made during the summer directing the suppression of a '
1 An unfurnished home Is pro- months and Knauff alternateswith dangerous or widespread wildfire
1I 1pr I vided by the state for the tow.ermen his wife when not busy All branches of the firefighting -
and their families with other duties. Pete is on service cooperate
24-hour call with a large tractor
Charles better knownas closely with volunteer fire departments
and plow which Is used to and Civil Defense
friends has been
Pete to his ,
fire lanes around
excavate a
units In the area. *
employed as a ranger and towerman -
burning area. Bv plowing a
for Mrs. Simnle statistics dramatizethe
wide path through brush and
effectiveness of the aervice' -
Knauff, who prefers to be call-
palmettos the progress a of organized
... : ._' program
-.wD. wildfire is arrested. The tractor
.. ',' '.j protection: in an average year,
and plow are transportedto less than one per cent of the
1 f the scene on a flat-bed truck. commercial timberland under

.....f- \ Knauff must keen all equip. protection is damaged by fire
ment in good working order _but 25 to 40 per cent of the
,"*' .. I ready to go at any moment.He millions of acres of timberland
also has charge of main not ;yet under organized protection
tenance of the tower and its burns every year. Care-
communications system. The ful studies show the average
fe 'fa property and its buildings!! must growth rate of woodlands untouched
be kept neat and in good re by fire is about nine IN THE CAB of the fire tower opposite the by degrees on a compass. This is called an
yrla pair.When times that of woodlands burn county's "South 40" are bare necessities azimuth reading. The cab is also equipped
called Knauff will also ed annually.It pertinent only to suppression of wildfires. A with telephone and two-way radio which I
;1 assist in "control burning," is ironic that man Is his center pedestal supports a sighting deviceon keeps the observer in direct contact with firefighters
which Is the burning off of an own worst enemy In regard to which observer Pete Knauff locates a fire and other towers.
la TOWERMAN MARGY '' ', t area of brush or high grass conservation. The three big
KNAUFF ascends the steps with proper suoervlsion and reasons why Florida has one
i of Venetia Tower to begin : ; firefighting equipment at the of the worst forest fire records barren or understocked acres celve an elementary educationin forests are being developed for
r scene. This Is done many; timesin in the nation are: (1) men. (2) In Florida in need of refores practical forestry methods. future productivity. Covering
I another day of observing the a dry season where the tin- women (3)) children! The key tation. The service operates Wood-using industries In thestate 300,000 acres, they are Black-
Venice horizon for tell-tale der-like vegetation might erupt note to the service's fire prevention four nurseries from which landowners vitally concerned with water River, near Pensacola;
signs of smoke which might into a destructive wildfire searing program/ is to stop fires may obtain seedlingsat the future of Florida's I forests, Pine Log, near Panama City;
signify a wildfire In progress 0 thousands of acres if accl- before people set them. An intensive cost. These are located at pay all the operating expenses Cary, near Baldwin; and With-
dently ignited and left to bum Information and education Munson, near Milton; Baker, of the camp. lacoochee Brooksville.
previous near
experience ,
; uncontrolled. program is gradually near Lake City; Andrews, at To overcome the serious
I at Hurrah Tower, near Arrangements can be made breaking down generations of Chlefland; and Herren, near problem of over three million As Smokey Bear has proclaimed
Plant City, make Mrs. for necessary control burningof indifference and molding a Punta Gorda. Over 150 million acres of worthless scrub oak a million times, "Only
I. Knauff a veteran observer' an area bv placing a telephone new tradition of forest conser seedlings are produced annually in northwest Florida four state YOU can saw our forests."
L her duties at the four-year. call to the nearest tower. vation. for distribution. Some varieties I
The same tower also should be This education cannot b* instilled available to the publicare
old local tower. From the notified of plans to burn brushor too early in life. This pine eucalyptus, cypress IN SARASOTA
ground Venetia Tower rises trees following landclearing was evidenced last week in and red cedar.
into the clouds where its operations or disposing of Venice by the presentation of In addition, trees from all RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE1m'
any structure through burning. some 35 certificates signifying
spider-leg supports provide over the world are being constantly
f Waste of man-hours and valuable that a similar number of re:
studied to discover
for observers
a perch Margy
equipment can be spared cipients between the ages of species which will grow well CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vInyls,
and Pete Knauff. Several
bye simple telephone call. six and 12 had read a series of
in south Florida. These experiments burlap, parchment ate. MADE TO ORDER
times a day the winding That number Is 4883773. 10 books related to forest fire I
are) being conducted bya AT Reasonable PRICES Ie Prompt S.rvlc.
stairs must be ascended to The alarm of a bona fide fire prevention. The awards were Tropical Forestry Project located
reach the of may be received or transmit. made by Smokev Bear and a
vantage point in Fort Myers. Attributes
the cab. From its windows, ted by telephone, but usuallythe member Service at of the Forest Ranger considered are suitablity for Also hundr.ds of I.mpshades In stock. All
,.,. tower handles the Information the Venice Area
woods fires miles away are y by two-way radio. The ex- Public Library. pulp, shade shelter for cattle ehepea and aizes.
visible. VL tensive radio 'hook-uo in the Law Steps In and furniture making. We Make Lamps Ocrl 0' rasa. BoHI.., .rc.
Venice district permits com- When education cannot puta Under a Tree Improvement LAMP REPAIR BRASS POLISHING
I munication between the local halt to woodland arsonists program orchards are being I"IIS S. Trail /2' blank North of Sean
d tower and Mvakka Tower at the final answer Is law enforce established throughout the IN SARASOTA .
the State Park: Frlzzelle Tow. ment. Investigators and local state to produce superior
I -- er on Route 771. west of Mur- law officers are cracking downon strains of pine seedlings. MuchIs
;'(' ..' dock; headquarters at Oneco offenders who damage also accomplished through
t ,JIi >( Tower; and all firefighting thousands of acres of timber- the annual Forestry Training
: ", equipment in the area. land annually. Camp for Future Farmers of '
'l' America. At this two-week &B MOTORS
t' Fire Pinpointed Another phase of the Florida
I ,> Quadrant readings are madeon Forest Service program is re- summer camp -the oldest and
,- > .\.>,; ../t.- the conflagration/ by sightIng forestation. Surveys show that largest of its type in the nation -

., #' ,' 1dL ."t,;;, :, I: instruments with a cross- there are some five million ;young Floridians re- 2100 Ringling Blvd. Sarasota 955-5758
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tl' VENETIA TOWER Is a sentinel of protection protection. The structure rises ]105 feet on
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f radio heater, factory air conditioning
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{ ? TRACTOR AND PLOW are Important Implemr.l travel over uneven ground In furrowing a 1962 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4 door hardtop, power string.
; in the hands of a firs-fighter. Transported ditch. This helps contain an uncontrolled forest pow. brake, windows i seat. COCOC
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u i thai able to penetrate dense brush or where his assistance is) needed most, ,

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