Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: September 10, 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: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
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II Don't Scuttle Badly Needed 'South 40' Facilities I I ITh I

I! Sarasota! County Commiuion It a full head of steam months AFTER the ponent contider their reasons to be valid, plant for the South County project. The TK 40.acr* South County site, recentlyacquired Ii' I

I holding a special meeting today of para. commission had decided upon Its pro- although there hat been I lot of eyebrow committee It mad up of leaden reprintIng at a bargain price of $25,000.

mount Importance to every South Coun. gram, AFTER It had told the bonds and raising over the fact it boiled up ai the every facet of the business and civic ti Ideally situated to meet the growing "
ti.",. banked the money, AFTER thousands of November election approach and thus life of the area and they are In a petition needs of fact.growing Venice, Englewood i'' I

The commission called Its 10 '.m. dollars of taxpyrt' money had been hat Inevitably developed Into a hot political to speak for their fellow South Countiani. Nokomis end North Port Ch.rlott.I.. I

" meeting to review completed plant forth spent on preliminary plant the work of potato As matter stand, South Countiani hawing ,
courthouse If the courthouse plant ar* to offensive
I $$1,500,000 I, expansion pro. architect, and the like. business at the courthouse must travel ,
, which Include $290,000 for South What South Countiani ARE interested to the esthetic and fiscal sensibilities of

gram, branch. a Whatever the reasons for the aft.,. In It what might happen to the 'South the City of Sarasota eomplaintantt, here'i virtually the entire length of the county ')

County th-fact of their friends In facilities which to reach Sarasota, which lie on the county'i ( ,.
did after opposition Forty' are to urgently I suggestions Close the courthouse In
It so wt broughtto
northern border. In of ,t
bear by In the of Sarasota, we ere sure South Countiani needed and for which they have waited Sarasota and move all the facilities to the contrast, City ,
torn groups City I
Sarasota who contend the program ti I are not disposed to Inject themselves Into to patiently for to long. South 40 tit*. around Sarasota the residents have only to step I ,.j' t

wait of money, that it It impractical and any controversy within the City of Sara. Their Interest was manifested (In a resolution Of course, such a move would encounter It Is to b corner. the commlnion I "Y t
iota what tt hoped county
be don
about the
that it will mat an eyesore of the court ever to adopted Tuesday by the South virtually Insurmountable legal complice. will let statesmanship and actual needs '

house building In Saraiot courthouse there. County Committee of 100 urging the Lions but from a practical standpoint it . and not politics . guide! them to

The opposition of th... groups tool on W* are [just ai convinced that the op county commission to go ahead with its k not so farfetched at that today's deliberation I




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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Flerida't West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice! South Venice, Venice GardeM, Venice East, EngUwood, North Port Charlotte


South County Courthouse

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The South County Commit. : r ,

tee of 100 strongly urged the .. . II 1
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Commission to :
County today 't' ." "' '' ''':'. LIC Completes ,
I proceed with the South Coun- .. :' ' 1';.." ;, :
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ty facilities as already approved f ; < '" '
by the commissionand : / ::; .
for which funds have
Venice E'wood ;
been appropriated end are in I R
the bank ,

= r. The committee's stand was -
outlined In a resolution prepared P r .
for presentation at today SurveysThe
', commission hearing f \
called to review clans for th*.
11,500,000 courthouse expan- Light Industry Council
lion program in Sarasota and of Sarasota County has completed -
the 'South 40' project. separate audits of
Action UnanimousThe the Venice and Englewoodareas +
resolution was prepare and will forward them 's
h + ed by a four-man committeeof shortly to the Florida Devel.
the South County organization opment Commission for use
: which unanimously en. = eyT in industry-hunting, the South
dorsed the action at its Tues- County Committee of 100 was

day luncheon session ,. ..... ..' ., ... ;"-"' ..; told Tuesday.
Member of the resolutions John Faber, executive director :os
committee Included Bill Philip of the Light Industry f,

;: Committe of 100 president ,, Council of Sarasota County, \
who served as ex-officio r : and his assistant, Herb Schus-
1yt member: Sam Herron, chairman I.. ler, reported on the audits at
; Paul Maurer, Bob Miles iCondon. i- > . Tuesday's Committee luncheon .
and Larry Rhode.. .
t ( The resolution pointed out ,'" First Audits

the money already has been The community, audits include
made available through Issuance a compilation of all information '
( .. photo fcf Ch.rl. Koefc)
of bonds, that considerable useful to industries
money has been spent on 'SOUTH 40' COUNTY BUILDING takes shape as structural as repair and maintenance headquarters for south county interested in establishing I
plans, the site bought and steel framework is assembled. County officers will occupy equipment. The county building is the first to be construct- themselves in Florida. The
paid for and there is a pressing the left section while the larger building at rear will serve ed in the vast sotnplex. two Just completed are the ""J
need for the facilities to first ever made of the Venice
serve the fast-growing South rE Y 1F rf 1F 5F of; and Englewood areas I j'
efSS County area.Phillips members be present at to- county commission had ap- 500,000 bond Issue to financethe ty complex would Include a Faber also reported on the '
convention of
that annual national
urged as many day's Sarasota meeting and proved the plans and sold the program and has spent courthouse branch, a tourist
members of the committee as the Chemical Engineering/ Society
several thousand dollars on welcome station, recreation
change in the bonds to finance the project, a
k yr' au &. possibly could do so to attendtodaY'1 oppose any in Chicago which drew
for :
work and housing county
/C.USS session Inasmuch as 'South 40' projectSarasota contend the program is wasteful preliminary includingarchitect's park services and an attendance of 20.000 and i
the committee represents Opposition impractical and would plans. regulatory which he and Rice Miller of .
FOR BOB Knuckles collects his health which
Lucky MC Bob department now
mar the beauty of the court The commission also bought
of the South is
ward phase of business and The concern Venice attended. Miller a
the new Miss Teen Haven, Harmony Harden every occupy rented space on East
house in Sarasota. for the 40-
paid $25,000 II
in South Coun- County organization stemmed director of the LIC and a
south civic
Venice, just after she named winner of the activity Venice Avenue Some construction
As a result of this pressure, acre tract at the junction of
from opposition which has developed member and one of the or-
-U teen queen title at reopening of the ty. work already Is un-
Saturday's gala commission meeting Road
today's U. S. 41 and Englewood t
some South
race Besides the committee action lately among ganizers of the County
youth center for the fall and winter der '
season way.
called. South
was (State 775)) for the
the Venice Area Cham- groups in the City of Sarasotato Committee of 100 1 'i 1
ber> of Commerce made a tel. : the courthouse program. Bonds Already Sold County facilities Masel Huston, South County In addition to the conven-
ephone canvass of its executive These opponents, who became The county commission sev. Under the commission-ap member of the commission, tion, Faber said he and Miller I
harmony Hardeniss committee urging that articulate after the eral months ago sold the $L. proved plans, the South Coun- (Continued on page 2) joined a prospecting expedite a 1

ion Into Chicago I
I "Sarasota County, with I ,

Area Escaped Labor Best GoldwaterPilot Miller and myself present, I a
Day Holiday was the only county from I
/ Teen Haven Florida with two representatives
.. i Faber said "And we )
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uuty queen titles just nat- year-old Harmony Harden )ora-Maybe Is DemoCaptain went a long way toward buildIng .
friends for the We
JUY county.
seem to run in the who was chosen Miss Teen
Yet For ,
rden> family BeachgoersA James L. Cousins, are hopeful that a half dozen
; .of South Ven- Haven last Saturday night at
I the gala reopening of the Venice i Dora, like Cleo, passed usby. son of a staunch Democrat, live prospects will turn up I
For instance for the late Mitt Cousins, and from this trip.
there's 15ramsters center
Airport youth winter At least the latest hurricane Labor Day crowd esti be fortunate enough to attract and the beach would exceed Mrs Carmen S. Cousins of Resolutions AdoptedAt I
the 1964-65 fall and I to out of the South Atlantic mated at upwards of<< 1,000 one for occasional concerts- any other type activity theclty : 405 S. Nokomis Ave., is find Tuesday's luncheon the
Call season had not posed a threat holiday sun-seekers enjoyed plus all the activities now could be interested in." ing politics and piloting have committe took the following ,
And before that, there was further said it 1 II I action 1
time "one of the most beautiful held In the Civic Center. Dr. Hogan no relationship whatever. :
'to South County at
''tordav' Harmony's sister, Esther, press days Venice ever had on the "And I truly believe," he his belief that these two at. An Eastern Air Lines check e Approved a resolution '
Meeting who was the 1963-44 Miss Venice ate ;yesterday. beach," Lifeguard Don Bred- added, "that an auditorium (Continued on page 2) pilot, stationed in Miami, he calling for the 'South 40' complex >,t
e first titleholder until she re- Some businesses began ing enthusiastically reported was chosen by EAL to pilot a to proceed as already approved : '
Venice Fall meeting of linquished the crown last boarding up Tuesday night Tuesday, jet plane being! used by Sen. by the county commission i 'I I I
Yacht :iub: sponja spring to take a job at the when it appeared Dora might I
and other
Pram fleet will be held New York World Fair. head this way. Residents also 'I've been here 13 years, Beach Phone Okayed GOP Barry campaign speakers and e Unanimously end o r s e d .,;:
.t said "and in
Breding my
,b, Membership 1 p.m'il at the to Both girls are daughters of took the precautions to put opinion we had one of the candidates. He Is expected to the proposed extension of In. : I ;/.
open and Mrs Harmon Harden the garbage can in the garage continue at the controls r
Mr 2)
erea children' both boys finest Labor Days this beach (Continued on page II''
tie down everything
South and
Sirh Hudson Road, throughout the camplagn.
from 8 to 14 has ever experienced. ,
a. it. years Venice oose. MeasureThe Cousins, who now lives In
,t !hVln, of t restricted VYC to Harmony won the 1964-S5 The area had experienced Councilman John R. Hogan, As\ Safety Miami with his wife and four GondolierAdsGet

, memo 'teen queen' title over six other only minor winds ;yesterday city beach commissioner, children, has been a pilot y
Ill contestants First runner- ftemoon. thought so, too. Said Dr Hogan . with EAL sine WWII. He 1 '
'mission Participant must have Susan Capasso, 15, closed "I look forward to the city will Install a dsrecttelephone the correct change lor Ute pay grew up in Venice, his parents Results '''
from up was Schools were as a
''I their Par- and Mrs. Sal beach being one of the most line for emergencyuse telephone to summon aid. having come here In
of Mr
test puce .. a .wlmlonth Slaughter precaution yesterday. Classes popular spots in the area.'It between the municipal Dr. Hogan also recommended
ng 300 Shore Rd., 1928. ,
Capasso of will be held usual today, INDISTMALI
'\ Mr. are M cents Venice Other contestantswere _as I is one of the finest assets beach and the Venice police and council approved The aircraft he Is cur .... i .... m R R,
Is Ginny Schrod"lng Paulette Kay Lanius, ," he added, "that the city department.City the purchase of a row boat rently captaining is a type KERH1T ... MICKLITBWArT.. r diel
d Is head master of at VYC Linda Davis, Laura Fann, WEATHERHigh has to date Council authorized the from the Laurel Boat Workson plan he uses for Instruction / L..n.1.1. Drn I ;;
the pram East Venice Avenue at a I
""adron. and Janice Jes- Auditorium Needed"All emergency phone Tuesday assignmentsSEASON ua-4111
Ann. Tharp I {
Ifeetlnll will be Low Rain \ we need now," Dr. night on the recommendationof coat not to exceed $100 Among replies received to ? j j

''urday at 1 pm held, Instroc-every sup.Judges Included Sarasota SEPT. 2 91 73 .00 Hogan continued, "is a good Councilman John R. Hogan The City of Venice will be tickets for reserve the above card ad in the Aug. v l
no auditorium of sufficient size beach commission represented In various Sun- seat for Venice High School's I
and Mr*. John city 24 GONDOLIER was one
bTgvJnactic. to ..l1ing County Judge. SEPT. 3 90 72 09
l ,Graham, the Rev. and Mrs SEPT.4 89 71 .34 to; accommodate a full-size coast parades and festivals home football games go on from San Diego, Calif. It pays I t
(Continued on page 2)) SEPT. I 90 70 10 orchestra if Venice should er.The action followed the In the months to come with a sale tomorrow at BelBree to: advertise in your home- : + I + i

Kg*!!: SEPT. 6 92 70 .00 near drowning of a two-year- permanent float in the shape Diner-six games for $7.50. own NEWSpaper because I t .}
Air Conditioner -64 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee SEPT. 7 92 69 .00 :BAKING HENS 29o lb. at old youngster at the city of an Italian gondola.Councilman Reserve seats will be $1.50 people read it. And it gets j
1 L L. Anderson at at Publlz ID 1 71 .00 Kwik Cock in Rialto Shopping beach late Sunday afternoon Ralph Andes and general admission |125 around! : rI
.... Inc., Venice I no VuWI.for Shopfujf:Mb can Csoter. SElPTMBE13: TOTAL ,50 .Ce4ar( during weekeo l and the dlUicu ty: la I1D\UD& Continued on page I) alt the late. I 'tf}'
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U GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thurs., Sept. 10 I9M CEST HOLIDAY VG Artists Meet\ LIC SURVEY 'SOUTH 40' Registration Sit

,, II (Continued from page 1) For Dance
VIOLIN LESSONS (Continued from page 1) To Form Group I (Continued from page 1) rnii on Aug. 17 reiterated Ms support Cas!

than anything terstata from to Ml- for the previously-ap- Registration for
tractions more An Informal 73 Tampa ADMISSIONS d1
I MARGARET S. KENNARD, M. Meek else, would encourage peopleto 8 at Venice meeting GardensRecreation todayat ama by way of the lower lI.pIt Bo, Brook. TIM- proved program.On . classes to be conduc

Former faculty member American Contervatory of take up permanent res p.m Hall I Ie being heldto West Coast to be routed In a orb Venice,, Oomher.: How.'"Venlc.1 T. Boloer, 'Peerl, K"Grtb. .'. Aug. IS. 'three Republic lhr6erte.tlon: centers ,

Muck, Chicago denco in the Venice area. form an art Interest group gentle arc Inside the coast- wood::. I Carl, H. WrlBht.Hubert N:<*omlM nlor-oll FinIan. ., con candidates tot the corui( ice Gtlydene by Lucy and
Fenn Venice
PHONE 4884520 Lifeguard Ending said he among Venice Gardens resident line so that it would be readily I, r......' Robert. W Norrl.i KnileweodlWlllliun : .. /mission In upcoming November Atklnsiinrw be bald
k *. accessible week coastcities K. Greiorr.. Kekemtoi. Oeorg.f.jne election signed a day Cl..... "lit" stall
heard many favorable comments n.o NokomY
and Letters were Lamt.Nedmy statement proposing a 21.
/t, Kirkwood" Joint
the beach from out- Ed Gerberlch of tywm.
on addressed to Senators George B. Tool. Vml Goo'ak examination of the Sara- Horns don,
of-town visitors here for the Venlce-Nokomla Art Aasn. Vonloei Mien Dnrne. Bern Orende. 'e,111erinc
The ana
nestaurant'SOUTH plans
Smathers and Spessard Hol. Red! iota courthouse thildreh,
Driftwood Inn 1 Verne Brown Venire i teenage
will be
holiday. of a special
Labor Day "Many, guest land Rep. James Haley and Whiwon, Nokoml.i% 1 Cdwln WlnnM, favoring the South County, Jacility 8dbooLdance'sessioc and
the visitors said our city Ernest Mantell, new artist- Chairman John Phillips of the V.nice" I Nary Cronfleld, En.kwoo4lSent. sap
planned. ,
OF BEACH RD. ON 775 IN ENGLEWOOD f beach is the finest and most resident will lead the discus. State Road Board outliningthe (I KeUierln..l.r,*Nnrtll Mitchell Port VnlelJUrrr Chor.s / These as three were I
"Food that/ ,h Making .At Lemon Bay Area famous'I I I beautiful" they have ever ilon on works of art broughtby committee's stand. :d' .AsOar; v::ssrsfti' I Miller of Casey Key candidate 2:30: t6 5:SO pTa. ( f
I teen, Breding reported.He member-artlsts, each of Edward :J Ewing who I HOOK. 1. Mow. VmlN.8pt. . for the district 3 seat; adult and ,
SMORGASBORD whom has been invited to ft Thomee Wall. Laurel Foul teen-age ban
said there also were
brought Faber and Schusler Morandl Venice I I Andrew B. Kebeblk.Enitowood Robert M. Wright of Mana- category will register
Vfc.atawSMORGASPREAD good comments about bring three of his canvases. Mornret. Blddi.ll, Bremen.torn . : fro
MONDAY 5:30 to 9 P.M. many to Tuesday's meeting, said | opponent of Demo.
iota Key
to 8
Uantell, who moved her Merr t Holnee, Sebrlnf fie I p.mlTherAtUneons;
the food and refreshments at I he was hopeful of having Mend: /. ., Venlrel: Antiinn Wot: crat Huston for the district Seat
Cl QQ the beach pavilion concession three months ago from Plymouth at next week's men tr'elowad5 RI.hrd PM.. re M. of are
present luncheon and Bnice Crlsay anll
w I Ind., will have a oneman I.. Muni. .: : 6.r. 'I.Icandy. j > ; ly., r .\:1oq.w'
j I 11:30: to 2 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT THURS. & SUN. operated by Mr. and Mrs. show there in the an executive of the multimillion ,. 11I11..1. Enalamed.arpt. Sarasota 'candidate.-.for ,the : York but
Robert Byrd. "People also appreciate near dollar FJorldaland A, .V..I. Pwn,' Noknmlotewlh.l6nw district 1'seat. ';;'.*,:"I iA-lbelr"touttlt yeee of It,
You'll Enjoy Our Popular Dinner ... ... .. From $1.50 the fact future : : I IGordn I.crdt, ; 1AI1E: $itaedta and
Breding West Inc. at Osprey to reporton HeroeoUl GeortotM Duke VenicePltkle. tJmhlna Two Democratic candidates vlnp
Dave & Flo Behreni Ph. 474-3312 the and Oonrovl Henr A.
said "that beach progress of that development
r who live in Sarasota, Roy
------J Boldwln, Entlewoodi' Irene Webber, A slnglS l
k pavilion area are kept clean. TEEN QUEEN !Nokomlil' Fred J. Hwk. Nnkomiei, Craves and Glen R. ;oyster m 01 cit
Breding said many Labor The Osprey development Is Theodore CharlvU.l: O Jeblonor.,,' North V.nlaHAeOJia fort had previously called for B'I mon eggs a year ill
Day beachgoers also expressed (Continued from page 1) planned to include a shopping M re-study of all phases. water.
SAVE MONEY!! their appreciation for the center motel and aquatart- 50 05 It D./.C/ Hunter rJoltomlelGlodvo
Ed Dinkins of Grace Metho. Guff, Entlewoodl Johnnie, Seller Carry-over Incumbent Johnson
picnic facilities at the beach dist Church Justice of the urn. Work of clearing. the Ooprer" I P..rl' Houteche. Nokomto I also of Sarasota
NOW IS THE TIME-Endow that porch. We match and were happy about the Peace i E. S. Raymond and acreage just south of Black. Hollondolo Helm\ Ceeo.Fin.Nofcomli t Maud!Wllllnmo l.:le Calm, Yenflrpt : and Warren a Democrat has also expressed U e111E
number of fish burn Point on U. S. 41 already ..
being caughtoff Mrs. Bea Jenkins, an Enll. I. opposition to ,both
your preterit wind OWl. the rock jetty at the south wood real estate broker. Ray has started and some phases EnlefleM.St Frank Broitfft Nckcmloi, EnelewoMlRdltll If...,. projects as approved by the
end of the bathing area. mond and Mrs. Jenkins of the operation are scheduled Venice Timothy Oomber, Ven
sub )
1 slob
TERMS AVAILABLE-NO DOWN PAYMENT for completion in December r.:7M i .' .::. WleeL: Entlewtnd l John;: commission. Comm a 6JUS701J8TNINQ
"All in all, summed up stituted for Mayor and Mrs Vorchlno, Venlool Lovonn Brodle, Chairman L. L. Parker, the TRAT"tDU CAN .
Smyth D. Brohard who I Nrhomh.apt.!' D0.TO
Breding. "I think It's been a were other holdover and a Demo
ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANY out of town. 41 Feed Brown, Venice! HorrTF GIVE THAT
successful summer. Crenflold.I Enilewood' tat Frlkbn.Yooln. crat, has not taken a stand
i The contest to select new BEACH PHONE KITCHENLIFE
1724 So. Trail Venice, Fla. The parking lot at the city Miss Teen Haven lighlighted a Brpt. 11 Kennetn Pti.per, *. Venice I publicly.
Tori Nnkomln, Parr Celb,
beach which was scheduledfor Wnrht
an afternoon and evening of (Continued from page 1) Venire I Vmlce.
Co II483-1824 ANEW
hard-surfacing before 'H'J. In the Canadian
activity with son that 8>v r r BolMr: En: leweo< tF.i.l. western LhJi
beginning I reported
a pancake preliminary .
Labor Erlrkion. V.nlcf John Moo .
Day still was unpaved : I Arctic the temperature sometimes
J and sausage supper to plans I call for construction of I M'tcr-ll, Ve-lrei, M-l.. Th moo, Venice
Tuesday. City Engineer[ Tom raise funds 32 foot I Peer! Whlteon. Nckomlo.ieorte falls to SO degrees be-
._ for a screened a 1 fiberglass gondola
.. -. --- Slider said Wynn-Warren Construction eons r, Fred B'n.M' Onal..adI5rlh. low
patio and redecorating at the I home chassis. Council author. J.hnm. Laml.' M.rlan.a9ym.nkl zero.
Co, which has the youth center Climaxing the I zed the of Non Part ChlbttL
expenditure $1,500 Sat st Arthur smehw, Vmlrt -
Job, was unable to I
"j completethe festivities was the first danceof I tor the float subject to approval Nfiden, Nokomlit Kmoot Bennett I ALLEN
project in time for the the to Venire) Wllllom/ Orworr. Noka.mill mw
season music by the of the ; I wwaW
I plans and
holiday, Tereio Coonn end B 'br. Vonloel I
Chevels.] expenditures. Edith Drama Morn Crude. Convalescent and
JAMES BLALOCK r State Sen. Warren S. Hen. Anderson said he would Sept, ll Clyde j HIU (nplred), Noko.
{T. AGENCY INC. Nursing Home
derson keynoted the program I have more complete plans at
n 3 u ranee : Amaranth Rcsumss with a brief talk beI i later meeting. The money = RaiCALLGAONA. i 14 Hour Hurting Service '
lore the contest on tie value ,will come out of the city's advertising Phone Venice 488-2702'

Established 1929 Meetings Tomorrow of an organized youth .center and publicity budget Mr end ..... Victor. X.. IIr....PONCC lit LEON AVE.:
Venice I , Irene ,
program. wn Antonio' V-
243 W. VENICE AVE. t Venetian Court 39, Order born Boot, B. 1 iKI ....
VENICE, FLORIDA of the Amaranth, will resume - -- -

!. PHONE Select and Consult an Independent I regular meetings after a I Obituariesa 1 COME AS YOU ARE!

Insurance Agent at you summer recess tomorrow atB

488-6791 would your Doctor or I p.m. at Masonic! Temple. I - Bay Vista
Mrs. Mabron Hixson end! LEO O. 8WEHLA developer of Venice Gar. CLYDE C. HILL
I. Jr Mrs Raymond Conklln will Leo 0. Swehla 84. of Palm dens died In New York City Clyde C. Hill\, 67, of Casey RESTAURANT & COCKTAll'LOUNGE
and Pines Trailer: Park, Nokomis lent Friday of a heart attack Key died Wednesday at Venice
be in charge of refreshments. -
... ., All died Sunday at his Mr. Morin was a native of t Hospital. W* eater to parties.
1Li. visiting Amarenth mem- home.A New York and came to Sara He was a retired schoolteacher DAILY SPECIALS SALAD BAR

Invited>ers and. Master Masons are Detroit realtor for many sota 10 rears ago. Survivors I from Cleveland and: COMPLETE DINNERS . . . ",' .I .. .. l.50i-d

veers he came to Brarienton include his widow. Mrs. Anne had taught there for 36 :years. LUNCHES ,.. . ... . H' .. .. u.., .. .. ..., The end
Li. g Q f glfl i ct 9Jome in 1999 from Sterling Ill. H* Morin; a son Robert Mo He came to Venice from CLOSED MONDAYS

WWI VeteransCall moved to Venice four years rln and several grandchild. Cleveland three years ago SR 77S at ENGLEWOOD .BEACH RD.

I Venice DfO.[ ren. Mr. Hill attended Brown Rotary Mash Here Tuesday Noon. Ph 474.IK'
265 Nokomis Ave.
.1I Mr. Swehla was a member Funeral services were held University, Providence R. I.,
q Meeting or Pontiac (Mich) Baptist in New York City. and was a member of Sigma
Church He served with the Chi Fraternity

ENGLEWOOD The next Navy during WWI and was a JAMES LOA VIN'GOODMr Survivors include his widow .

I 1- meeting of Veterans of WWI Barracks member 784.Survivors of WWI Veterans James A. Lovingood Mrs. Ann V. Hill; a son, f ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

Barracks 2744, will be held Sr., 77. father of Mrs. Walter Larv S. Hill of East Lansing,
Ws widow
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 next the Recreation Wednesday, Sept. 16 at Mrs. Marv Swehla; two- R. Weeks of Venice died ters.Mich, ; and three granddaugh
Center. Developments
sons, Leo Jr. of St. Louis Mo. Monday morning at Sarasota
i ROBERT VOLGER'S BIBLE In veterans' pension and William of Sterling four Memorial Hospital.Mr. Services will be held tomor. MAINTENANCE
; .
regulations will be discussed. row at 2 p.m. at Farley Funeral
Lovlncood.. retired
i daughters. Mrs. Martha Ru. a Home with
Chapel Mrs.
If Robert Volger, who was imprisoned by the Communists tenstein of St. Louis Mrs. builder was a native of Mur. Alverda Eddy of First Churchof LIGHTING SUPPLIES
t I : ; Elllen\ Meehsn of North shy, N. C. and cam to Florida .
in told Salvation Port
Hungary, a Army,group that reading 1 t from Tennessee in 1944. Christ Scientist, in charge.
1 and re-reading the Bible him "comfort I Charlotte Mrs. Betty Haw. Burial will be in Gulf
':W fi'p; 6IremS) dns of Miami and MI'I. Bar. Survivors include his wife, ANDERSON ELECTRIC kIM
r and hope" during the 17 months he was Imprisoned. H. -' '. ":, Mrs. Prudle Lovlngood five Memorial Park. Visiting ,

said that he ached for and received a Bible from hit 'i' ,:He ro.ut bars stepdaughter: Senlck of, Mrs.New Ruth Jersey Ford; a tone, James. A. Lovingood; Jr., will hours at the funeral. parlor & Cockrlll Strt.tsDAVIS Phone 481419)

captors. "I treated it .i one who treats a priceless pos : of! Nokomis; and two broth. of Whltesburg, Tenn.: Clvde be from 7 to 9 p m. today.

.e"ion-e thing of great value, a rare treasure," h* I ,. $ en, Charles of California and L. tovlngtoon of Dallas. Texts .
remarked to the luncheon guests Telephone' George of St. Louis. ; Charles H. Lovingood of Talent Contest
Services held Tuesday Cnoxville, Tenn.: Joe Z. Lovngood -
Oaf Strricn Are AfOitablt To All Regardless .,............. at Parley were Funeral Home- and Fred T. Lovin. Auditions Set VINYL CRETE
of Financial C/'rcvmsfances : with The Rev. John L. Jones, good[ of Sarasota: his daughter -
t-... In and Florida :Stnvis ttr pastor of Venlce-Nokomis and 13 grandchildren. For SundayCash L.i vi spray you residence/ or commercial building/ / nip

Methodist Church officiating. Funeral service were held awards totaling $300 a DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING.

I In Funeral Business Sine 1932 488-4488. : WWI veterans assisted. Bur Tuesday at the Roberts Fu. await the top four winners in WALLSNO
lal will be In Arlington Cemetery neral Home in Sarasota with a talent contest to be held EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR
the Rev. Raeburn E. Wood-
next month by the Exchange
I ion of Grace Baptist Church
I I mM MURRAY W. MORIN officiating. Interment will\ beet Club of for Manatee County. Auditions r/* orfor the mm satisfactory service/ os w, did while*'' it
the contest will beheld
Mr. Murray W. Morin of Sweetwater, Tenn., Saturday the roofing business,
2707 Valencia Dr., Sarasota, Sunday at the Downtown
Bradenton Cabana Motel at 2

'J :f iI SALES p.m.It is open to all residentsOf :: O. Boo 333. Noltomti Ph. 481-417.?
Manatee and Sarasota
-P.L.C7 AND Counties.
The breakdown In prize
money i Is as follows: FOOT SUFFERERS!
"Amorln-o Ii.. | Line The .. Ceeo: I. Before the Nome C... 0." First
prize $190 second
I i COLOR B & W STEREOOPEN prize, $100: third prize; $36; SIZES: 5 to 10

TIL 10 P.M. and.fourth prize, $15. DOt the forepart of your Width AAA. D
foot push to th* outsidt of

J Alpha Music & Appliance FLYING GARBAGE your need shoe in "outHar Possibly* last"shoe. you

-f ZENITH SALES & SERVICE The forepart of this
FOR 19 YEARS OPP. THEATRE Spiker blamed a railroad
i, .. train when his car was hit by "swings" to the out.
w m a flying garbage can. ride, giving extra room for

PHONE 488-2618 Patrolman R. E. Huber i Tailor bunion and the 5th

said the huge garbage eon. ""t.t.rsal.r.. . excellent -
SUMMER STOCK aTA"I .TAr a. talner owned by the city had for fttt with a long

been emptied by a truck, then second tOt . 2 widths
put down too close to the railroad extra' room across the ball s1,9S

tracks.A for enlarged joints. Other

SELL-OUT train rolled past and a styles available on this last. Colon: Bone,
'I a now.d.i. i freight car hit the container, RId
sending it flying into Spiker'i Remember: Whit, Black I

: car. "The Best Shoes You Can Buy Are Your Best I01rJerry's!

i. it's( to to : \

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: $ $ [}(I MOO D11E[ID fl J l JI) OoC mJ ( ,. 225'W, MIAMI AVENUE Y'Ta.. O hand heerin..Mollm.of the'/day.Id*-1of Cite will,to:City.h..b ke of the September.,,&.,I'-.Cod.the liven"I;City of that,.IM4 Hall City Ordln.nweof m et on pnbllo Connell 1:01 the to- S.HOS d- t SHOE?< COMFORT OrtnooeeM>k aonerj'i SHOIAr fv ?!

P.M. for Darn.1 yeetlnf npon Ul S. TRAIL 4583450

: ii the for .ppllretloa vendoro permit of Ruth nnd L HuhbaH toooll I Hours 10 *jn. to 4 p.m. Closed Wwdnaday. Ph.
EllYllalll! beer end vino, nt the 'II"t. ,
) rAta ,...t. Block "R' Canter Clot
i,, 1 A Sign Of Superiority Eo.Publl.. o Florid of Uw fit

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p'WE MEAN BUSINESS! Families needn't vn be familiar with' It. 10 City," I..Clerk... CAN WIN

i Ra>wlt Funeral Horn to know that our

Sm ( service Is outstanding. Our membership In OUTOFDOORSCHOOL IN CASH

We're overstocked with new shipments. Save a bundle NOW. "t! the Order of the Golden Rule is assurance $300WHAT'S AWARDS!

All models. All colors. You'll like the deals. The trade-ins are .,1& enough of dependability! 4520 Ocean Blvd.
highest everl) Biggest sales drive of the year! Come on down NOWI SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 AT THE

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AT 2 P.M.Amateur .
I i See :your Chrysler Dealer-the best of the Wg car ,men 4s. Co-Educational

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Dole Pineapple-Grapefruit '

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F & P Peaches. . . #can 2V4 .25c

Limit 2 Please' Hein:Tangy

,,. ... Tomato Ketchup . ' 19lIMITlPEir t

Helimann't Whole-Egg

t. 100 EXTRA Mayonnaise . 0 . quart;Jar 49c
{; COFFEE ... FREE 4 fctfGREEN ,

: : i purchase of Hellmann's Mayonnaise
Van Camp Pork & Beans . .. #300
and thiscoupon
I IOO l!""W T.r.A IOO$$ Sunshine White Potatoes. . . #303
J 1 Green Stamps
I HILIMANNS'"' -:MAYONNAISI' I I F&P Sliced Beets . . . . . . #303lOioz.
..... quart |Ilr 49e
1 BQQOO Q o'iioooB Campbell's Tomato Soup . .

t r ._ ,CUSTOMER, , WITH. Ga. Red Tomatoes . . . . . . #303
Fomous Hflni Chicken- MARKETS! choice our lOcNoodle per
Soup 4 cons r' 66c can

I Hetn Cream ofMushroom .
I II 4 "' ' '
Soup ; 66c
F&F Green GardenSweet

I Peas . 2 S: : 29c a ,
F&P Cram StyleGolden

I Corn . 2 *: ? 29cA
A Favorite! Sunshine

!I Hydrox Cookies Jft' : 49c 47c
Ii ; Party Assortment Box _-1
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j Healthful, Delicious Lady Betty REDEEM
I I ill Prune Juice . . 4bots49c; J CHEER I.
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' h Emergent. . 3 2Z-os.size 'I Determent (Redeem Your 8e Coupon) '
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I:, I'll detergent liquid.cleaner ivory ivory soap bar l ivory ivory
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Sweet Thompson SoodUii c I f

Grapes. . lb 19c ,/ I : :
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bag 79C .

POTATOES 10 bog 29 l #, I

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dairy specials .
Mill IOOS Cent OilMargarine <
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Biscuits . . 4 :;:? 39c ". ; : ,
Kraft CkMM Iprood 1 !
Cheez-Whiz . . . 'r;:. 39c'd '' tl i! II ; I \

Mix Wbcomht MtltawCheddar
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Longhorn per 69c D.licious Fresh SEPT,10,11,1264Pork '

Hams Lb. SSe IOOO FR lAAO: IOO '
Fresh BOlton Butt J" Green..,III oh,._,...tamps.4......_.
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Pork Hocks Lb' 29 c PATIO ENCHILADA vt*I A'QUICK: DINNERS nrf FROZEN w ck M ff I \

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Fruit Pies . . . 3 ,ft?' $1 Perch Steaks . . ;K w:: 49c !50 O Ep l Am5'O J

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*- .* GONDOLIER, Venje.'Fle.', Than., Sept. 10, 1964 "... II' Ir To ClassifyI
----., Too Late l
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PEOPLE have just finished reading to all the undernourished diet K our children slum at areas an alarming arc hevhg:
i.if( a University of Florid would provide a rate.>
nomic Leaflet" dealing with to them for less than a If you want to get a sirs
hand picture of this
r I the month. Iltua,
I SPEAK the problem of feeding Lion get a copy of the Augu!
world' people written by The problem of banishing. Issue of the Reader's
Cecil N. Smith, professor of hunger will fall on the shoulders and read the article by DIEM
economics. of the natlons Jack
M W agricultural of the people Shepard, entitled "Birth
America vaguely I accept Imbalances.Apparently Con.
Editor banking In furthering We In with food trol and the) Poor
To The : Industry there of : A seas
that are
the fact hope
record with the welfare of the business the only tion." I think will
May I go on millions throughout the world lies in Iou find _
the problem
other Venice area residents community and public Interesting an
many who to bed hungry and exist everywhere nlnc.
MEUBEB or TIm ASSOCIATED rUU MEMBER: OT TIC FLORIDA PRESS Venice through education go Increased production
ASSOCIATION in supporting the economic from day to day on the In the world. Backward The U. S. Public Healta

TW _.... P... 10 telaunlv, MUltod. r Me for npabllrttioe of .U .... ...... _,... Hm Hospital board of direc In this same spirit we believe verge of starvation, but the countries must be taught Law of I98J provides monk
I a *MlxnrtM endtud HI Uile' riper, sad .'.. lead. MWI evBlUti brae All rtlbtt, of mniblloMlolf tors' firm stand against you want to share with situation is difficult to un- production methods, that can be used for famiii
ijiii.l ._. ere _ko imint*. generally apathetic attitudes, your readers the following: derstand and appreciate modem utilized planning but few
fully agencies
Th4 MOT lad Meal. Mtorttalne" eoMMit ft rise. ...._ e> toprrlfbud tad He .....bll.._ to **. regarding easing Case of The DisappearingDime arable land must be fully use it and continue to forbid, .!. q .....1.._ ate conservation of water, build
costs of government operations find food of every kind minerals needed for fertilizerand bureaucratic give-away ago
Pablbbd carp Ma.du ad TIt...., V... ruFrd 6 Muds, A..w.t. When the man tied his tie end description at our supermarkets must be des that are costing the
j .. .,ad AI _. Cis. ...... At PGOt Oflleo a "....., I'IDrkIa Loans granted under the and put on his coat, he also see countless acres conserved energy and resources protected. American taxpayers plenty
Wolverton Act, in part, require took the dime from his dresser of growing grain, fruit and Maintaining children of
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher payment of "going On his way to work, he produce and read of tremendous With the population Increase poor In this country his the

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager wages in the area." The term used the dime to buy a paper. surplus and abundance steadily exceeding our food climbed steadily until U u

4 SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor "going wages" it ambiguousto The newsboy spent the dime everywhere about us supply the wide greatest effort to need check a now well over a billion doL
the average citizen, but in for a cup of coffee at a shop More than three billion pea a world lars and little effort Is
ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical. Superintendent plain language it means payment where the proprietor gave the ple Inhabit the earth today birth rates This is most dif made by the Federtl Govern beint
of organiied wage dime in change to a man who and authorities predict that ficult to accomplish even in ment to educate families IB +
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5 25 per year, $3.25 per six months S3.7} scales for respective artisansor bought a pack of cigarettes by the year 2000 it will have our more enlightened countries planned parenthood or the me
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $8,23 per )year $4.23 laborers engaged In any This man left the dime as a increased to as much as six Religious beliefs such and of contraceptives
j per six months, S3 per three months. operation for which the loan tip when he bought lunch and or seven billion local customs oppose If you are concerned wft)
I A_..... ...._IaU_, Ho. .Me p,.. _... Gilmrlll. Fit. AmrriMB Hrwipp *..?. was granted. If the board had the waitress spent it for bob- The bulk of the world foodIs efforts. the present unrest Increasing i''
_tad... New York N t.I A'I..... Ge.1 Detroit Mick. accepted the proposed federal by pins that afternoon at the produced In Western Europe The population explosion Is crime rate, and similar prob-
grant, the Venice Hospital's dime store The dime store and North America. You chargeable to the have-not hems you will take time d
building expansion costs gave it In change to a woman may have the impression that countries. If we take a lookIn to
who bought of United States with its think about the problem and n
would have been increased a pair sunglasses the our own backyard we will
over 13 per cent. What wouldbe and she spent it fora huge surplus could feed a find that we are contributingour lend support to those who Irs I
Confusing The Confusion an individual's reaction if roll of mints at the candy large part of the world's pop. share to world hunger. sincerely trying to do soma
a private lending Institution shop The man in the candy illation but speaking before Countless families largely in thing about It.
would require payment of shop gave the dime in changeto the World Food Congress last

TW! h little doubt that the attitude Penman who h chairman of the Foreign "going wages" home as a conditionto building box a man of chocolates who bought his wifea year pointed President out that if Kennedy all the

\. *f the American people toward foreignaid Operations Subcommittee on Appropriations loan granting I believe a a thinking individual In a single day, the dime stored surplus of the United J
I at now constituted has been changing 26 federal agencies are now dispensing would also reject j served as a medium of exchange States could be distributed Need PERSONAL PROPERTY
in eight transactions. throughout the globe
I and hardening. This does not mean that some type of foreign aid, and such a loan that would createa But there it stopped. For the evenly r
j i! the isolationist does the total fiscal eiceed mandatory Increase: of 13 who bought the chocolates ri,
; nation h going ; it for this year may per cent in building a home. man INSURANCE? i
j mean that there It more and more rea- $7 billion, not Including interest on bore The average citizen is not is not only a thoughtful ,SEE, i
I husband but is also a dime- 01I'
toned doubt that the mere spending of rowed money. He adds: "It ti fantasticbut against the "going wages" laver When he got home he '
but economic conditionsin the new
limitless billions will really add to the true that our government will be instances would not dropped the dime in a cigar

strength and Influence of this nation dispensing funds during Fiscal 1965 in 99 permit many him to consider the where box in it his will dresser remain drawer along IGtcl.enAtdSuperba (1 CaU me today for

abroad, and there It an equally reasoned nations and 9 territories. Furthermore, this rates.artisans operating under such with 1ST earlier dimes and VariCycle the Personal Touch I'I

feeling that the many countries on thereceiving uncontrolled ind apparently uncontrolabl In approbation and in prideof more to come
Is the dime-saver
doing \ Tailored
end of aid are lifting on their program now has 71,416 people, including the Venice Hospital having wrong Not in the usual

\ hands and doing very little to help solve participants, on its payroll. It has reached reached its current outstanding sense. In fact he is practicing I

their own problems. proportions that even the confusion it status, independent of any thrift through saving, a "r
funds let
governmental every generally accepted virtue. DISPLAYINow.'
This attitude certainly applies to aid confused." resident and organization in But today our country Is in ,

Foreign aid-in scope, kind and dollars our greater Venice area, assist the throes of a coin shortage.
economic to the best of his respec- Nobody claims this shortageIs o
it destined be
to a major politicoeconomic .f r
tive abilities, in attaining the being caused by dime-sav A
Moreover, the overall aid program issue in this country-an issue Venice Hospital's goal of necessary ers, but the dr sser- rawer
I seems to have gotten almost! completely' which soars beyond mere partisan con- expansions. deposit the piggy-bank balance """""IQj
I I out of hand According to Representative siderations. Yes, we can continue to live and the sugar-bowl sup
with existing federal regulations ply are ancient and widespread
I which Incur high costsof customs and accountfor j \ :.
operations, if we don't stir literally billions of coins
. : { from a state of Inertia. How- now desperately needed to
The Immortal Hot
Dog ever, every citizen is privileged ease the needs of retail trade.
to protest to his representatives Both U. S. mints are now
f Xt The hot dog has long been an American handle, provided hit customers with white in Congress, in an working overtime to increase

f, Institution, and In all livelihood. it is gloves But profits fast disappeared with attempt to reduce costs In coin production, and another
many areas of high expenditures mint is to be constructed. In 4
i destined for immortality. It is inextricably the gloves, so he hit on the Idea of a If vou have a gripe, the meantime coins already
I related to fun-whether that fun bun to fit the meat. then write! minted must be kept in circulation ,
if both retailer and
consists of sports, picnics, carnivals, fairs, and It Mrs Ruth E Hubbard
The hot dog was off running. South VeniceTo consumer are not to share in Finest dlshws-ther ever built. New
t or a still newer American institution, the soon became i familiar sight at carnivals, a frustrating Impasse at the pushbutton aet*. New king, slitcepeoty
cash register.Do New double wish triple
backyard barbecue. The Editor
exhibitions and circuses throughout the nnt New luxurious look Wide,

t The hot dogs history is full of nostalgia. Midwest. Later it formed its loving association sincere Belatedly we wish, but to none extend the less our coins your to the share, bank. Take and your turn choice Rinsing, of Agent finishes Dispenser, :Including''Come:wood In INSURANCE

According to some accounts, it made its with baseballa game which profound thanks on behalf of them In for paper money. Or end see It now, Two other term,
first appearance in IS7I at a Coney Island seems to demand that we grasp a hot the the City Greater of St.St Petersburg Petersburg, better account yet put them where in they'llmultiply a savings too bUdlll".J every There kitchen a quality. KitchenAidor . every 512 Venezia Parkway

refreshment center and was an immediate dog In one hand and something cool and Chamber of Commerce and through the magic of

hit. It solidified its popular standIng bubbly to drink In the other. the New York World's Fair Interest. That's an added Venice Electric Venice Ph. 488.2491tutotJwners'
Water Ski benefit you'll never get from
at the Chicago Columbia Exposition The hot dog has just about everything.It's community and Team also, to the your Venice your dresser drawer.

oF 1893 where Little Egypt was the hud.J succulent and cheap, and nothing does Yacht Club and the VenIce DAVID B. IRONS, Pres., Appliance

liner. Then came 1904 and the St Louis more to happily perfume the air, whatever Area Chamber of Commerce Florida Bankers Assn,
for their gracious hospitality Stuart, Fla AuthorIzed Sales & ServIe.
Exposition-and the everlasting marriageof the season. Now, we learn, it is and welcome on the- ,

J the wiener and the elongated bun. rapidly establishing itself abroad one occasion of our stopping in To The Editor: 133 W. Venice Ave.

I This happened after a peddler, finding more of America's contributions to an Venice In conjunction with As a member of the boardof Telephone 488-2834
the 1,600 mile water ski trip directors and as chairmanof
I that the "red hots" were too hot to older world I from St. Petersburg to the publicity for the Florida "

New York World's Fair. West Coast Symphony Orchestra
It was only through the hospitality I wish to express my
. I'' and good wishes of sincere thanks and appreciation -
CourtesyThroughout communities such as Venice for the wonderful coverage
that this trip was possible of our material in The

the world courtesy is accepted of good feeling which assures us that we Again we are most thankful GONDOLIER and for the ex-
to you and the cellent cooperation extendedte
many pea
at par value by the best peopleIn are not working entirely for what we get ple from Venice who saw to me during the past season ._ -

I every country. You don't have to use out of work In a material way, but for the our needs while visiting your Dorothy Gaynor was just r.rt1eestNARE

a common language for people to understand pleasure of polite transaction and friendly community.Sincerely yours, grand much. and helped me so

and appreciate courtesy. It is attained association as well." JIM GRAY, Manager I presented all the notices, YOU

in deportment, in mien, in attitude, in We should never be too busy to be News Bureau articles and pictures which

j II i' j posture, in countenance, without expression courteous Lift Is not too short to be St. Petersbur.To ;. you GONDOLIER so kindly to printed the board in The at STILL

1 of a single word. courteous. The Editor: its last meeting, and they
I Someone has described it as sentiment, Courtesy In motor traffic would solve May I take this opportunity were written into the minutes MISSING
r cloaked in reasonable and businesslike .. to commend the splendid by the secretary
two-thirds of the accidents
and eliminatea i
I spirit of Interest and coopera Again, my sincere "thank c ITHE
t prtssion. lot of suffering and death tion your paper has shown in you."

"Courtesy is an embellishment which Courtesy can become a habit, and be the of past Florida's to the mutual commercial efforts MRS. JAMES YOUNG, 1 BETTER ,
'I Y dds tone end harmony to matter-of-fact coming habit can become an attribute I

I routine," another styles it. which makes one's own life more pleasantand N 8

1 Courtesy Is "the oil which lubricates smoothes and brightens the way of Accept the IR coreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

: the machinery of commercial good-fellowj others. Selah!

I' 1 j ship, and promotes the smooth running No man is too big to be courteous, kte4tt Sl kJaAUL I

of the many units of an organization." but some are too little.PI.invl.w .

I, Another says "courtesy radiates a spirit Tex., Daily Herald of our

. ;I! ''Ii 1Ji No Shortcuts In EducationFads FULL-SCALE SERVICE BANK!

com and go in America with the toward usa of reading devices and suggested

I ; rapidity of changes in the waather. Just that what" was needed was more

I ; a few months ago "speed reading" was good printed material. In other words, make your new setCOLOR TV:

the new gimmick that would open doors better and more books. aaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

of to all who mastered
\ opportunity it.
Both of his points mate sens*. Amazing
11 Now the whole thing is being discount
speed in reading may be useful for us
ed. Fred MacLaren director of the
sacndary -
a person like the late President Kennedy, MAIL
Ill reading at Fort Make your new set Color TV. More the old
|, workshop Hays who had sot fate 0* kluV:
volume of
,, IJ College, said the other day that ability scan a great material ..': ; .... .-. room or den for added HARMONY IN THB HOME.

i i to read swiftly Is not the mark of a good Iud as reading machines may be Banking by'mail was Invented for conveni Color television price start lower than over DOW..a MId ft
helpful in remedial work. But most schools, cost you lees to enjoy. Because the
reader-that In fact it may b* the op- ence. This service) enables a host of depositors reduction makes recent $10 mffljon rate
for most need books now the average price
I pupils simply good Mtiential
has its he said in a host of American banks lour
posit Skimming place, : kilowatt hour 31% LESS than it WM 10 yearTagW
? but most material should be read carefully and good teachers. These still are the bank among them) to transact routine business '

t word for word. core of education via the postal route. When matters i'

H* also challenged the schools trend Wichita, Kan. Eagle elsewhere prevent your visiting our bank in enjoy Far At tht tat Magic In etofrfe 3-AM/FM font mfertefomm Radio *... 1"1")...,
person, fill in a form, enclose deposit, (g '".", and Color TV. SU1'OUlIDSAUB. \ Is.riadv4bal

.: stamp and mail envelope. It'. that simple.

.:: m l: Just Another Visitor Ask us for free mailing forms; try HI ''I.. -- ..:fo,J.l1gJmu. .Naere r5A5 freer 'ilihrsj ...

Hen",< ems \
I I Bobby Kennedy's non-resident status In go newspaper goes this-a-way: MrMwncfFIRST 'FLORIDA- I POWER I LIGHT" COMUllfUH P'1 r
'fT Of V 1HE(
for the Democratic nomination
y, contending "New York's a swell place to go to I UL* /1MMMT1.
for United States Senator from New 6 ..
I ii Congress from-but I wouldn't want to ir
York has provoked a number of' satiric
live there! 7
.\On timely qufg appearing In a Chic*. Roclfcfd.' Ill, Morning Star

Tlie GONDOLIER Venice Fti. 11iurt., Sepf. tO. 1764-7 I I

Fader-Martin DOROTHY GAYNOB -' j '
{ RL Does PlanLuncheon Mrs. Louis Suter : S

9 Jottings Women's Editor I I
Nuptials Set i
lie.'I'll. t Items to 488.3808Beat To Have Program 1',1 ,
' ,
For Sept. 26The A Doe benevolent luncheonand
- - -

ullq ,, female-type news to tlonal Church since both the I help card for needy party children to provide in Mrs. Louis Suter will be i in

approaching marriageof float women-ward in many a bride and groom reside and the area will be given on charge Io the program at thegeneral
, Mrs Bernie Fader of 1322 moon hereabouts Is that hope have many of their friends in Sept 17 at 12:30 p.m at Elks meeting I of Woman'sSociety ,(
,1110t Mango Ave. to Joseph L. for Christian Serviceof j
the Boston After the
can be rekindled and rescue area Hall by Venice Nokomis "
t Martin of Bayshore Drive Venice-Nokomis Methodist ,
II battle. wedding and the attendant '
is In sight for the Drove 141, Benevolent and I, I
Nokomis on Sept. 28 it announced Church Tuesday at 7.30
g.Ills weary beauties who must parties, the Swifts visited Patriotic Order of Does. : p.m. tat
today by her the church halL
parents fellowship
wage a constant war with the throughout New England The public is Invited and
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Housel! Theme '
for the month is "A
bathroom scales. A seeing many reservations should be made
of Decatur 111. club formed by and for ious cities and spent sometime by calling Mrs. Ralph And- New" Purpose for a New I ,
III'Ud The groom-elect is the son weight-fighters who have on Cape Cod and in erson, chairman, no later Age. 1 ;y
Mrs. Alice Rhoades will ,
' of the late Mr. and Mrs found it to be the best way Ogunquit Maine. From there than Tuesday.
IIIo take off and off, they went to Rochester, N give the devotions and members j
Martin yet to keep Table and door prizes will ,
who made their
th.I. Philip those pounds ii currently being Y., Cleveland and Huron, be awarded. of Priscilla Circle will j
I,. home In Cranford N. J. be hostesses at the refresh
LN. "; organized. The chapter Ohio, to visit with other Mrs. Anderson will be assisted 1
be'al .5 He is associated with Terminal should be in operation by the I friends and came home by by Meadames H. W. ment hour. I
' Transport and she is employed end of the month and we hopeto way of the North Carolina Baukat, Harold Bates, John All churchwomen and their I
It guests are
have the particulars for mountains where, Mrs. Smith Baler, Harold Gauvreau, I II
1010 at the Venice branchof you by next week. Several said, they saw what seemed Luther Gumn Fred May andD. I I'
'"g First Federal Savings and slightly wistful remarks by like a good half of the residents N. Gosman.A I
'110 Loan Assn. some members of the above40 of Venice. They were donation of $1.25 will be LAMARRBEAUTY I'
III1St male segment of the population away for two months ,
"" The will be S
.r 9R" 6 ceremony performed
Pv also wish -0-
indicate they :1
...... :
The Rev. Charles
by they had such a group, and Future permanent residents
First "
* HcHlAN MUSIC SOCIETY, an affiliate of National Federation of Music Clubs held I. Rowe at 2 p.m. at Emmanuel why not? A good project for of the area, Mr and Mrs. Albert Aid CourseTo SHOP f!
1,* first fall meeting Sept. 3 at the home of Mrs. Jay Lumley of North Nassau Street. Lutheran Church.No someone with the time and Swensson of Sea Girt, Begin \ I
* Bi Roberta Merrill was guest speaker reporting on her activities at summer Music Inclination. N. J. have returned thereafter SPECIAL J I 1
to K,pat t Florida State University which she attended on a Cecillan scholarship Mrs. invitations are being -0A vacationing here this A standard Red Cross first PERMANENT I I
net rviit Courtney is shown at the refreshment table. Behind her left to right are Presl- sent and all friends of the delightful but tiring tripto summer. They plan to move aid course taught by Mrs. l
? ML t Mr*. Paul Weblnga. Miss Merrill Mrs Johanna Maler and Mrs Lumley. couple are invited. I Berlin Is reported by Mrs. here next year. Her sister, Ross Durant, will begin Mon. I
Prentiss Wilson of 917 Inlet Mrs Marie Dutcher of Bound day at 9 arm at the community $ !
Circle. Her daughter Is married Brook, N. J., a retired teacher room of First Federal SaVe 5.95 HHMARY

;flub/ Activities Reopen This Month I American to the chief in Berlin pilot,of Capt.Pan- Golden, has bought Beach a section home in and the ings The! and course Loan Assn will continue I '!

James D. O'Neal and Mrs. will arrive Nov. 1 to take up daily through Friday from Ito BISHOP 'i

I DOROTHY GATNOR, are seasoned workers and send these also and as soon check with you, and time Wilson flew over this summer residence. 11..a.m.Mr. Paul. Taylor, South Formerly with Center ';
1 women'. Editor most are fully cognizant of as possible after the event. matters in a newspaper office on the third direct New York -0- County chairman of the Beauty Salon t
tt quiet that has descend- the importantce of their publicity If possible type all releases to Berlin flight to visit them. Mrs. Evon Williams is on school Gray Ladies U.S. 41 NOKOMIS ,\"
In, our town since the representatives, the double-spaced and double- Another policy of The GONDOLIER The only other place the a combined business and asks that program -
area women I
gel have gone back to club and public gobetween.It double-checked for accuracy, is to handle cover- plane touched down was in pleasure trip to Miami and who will assist any in the S. of Albee Rd. a
L heralds the renewal of is one of the hardest jobs particularly In the spelling of age impartially and according Prestwlck, Scotland, she said her itinerary, when she left attend the course. program PH. 488.5560 :t
lilici of the more-than- any club has to offer and one names. Do state whether the to the newi value and The O'Neals were seven years was to Include a fishing tripon
l!ubi In the Venice area of the most rewarding. Aftera title is Miss or Mrs, president timeliness of the story. A In London and four years in the Keys over the Labor
Iral of which began their woman has handled the or whatever she is, and good publicity director, therefore Frankfurt before going to Day weekend. She is visiting YOU CAN SAVE iOn
'1Ifamslast week. club's promotion and publicity locate individuals if out of sends her releases on Berlin last November. Lots of several health spas in the MI- 3 WAYS :
Ihe[ hermit would mini- for a year, there is prac- town. time and provides when possible parties there and visits later ami and Hollywood areas and
the value of these tically nothing she doesn't Be sure the story Includesall pictures if the story with relatives and friends in will stop for a visit with Auto Insurance
Huto the community. The know about her club and the the facts who, what, calls for it. If she cannot do Boston and Portland, Maine friends in Fort Myers on her 1. NEW LOW RATES
I ii long since past when town in which It operates when .where, why (If perti- this, then she makes plans plus a whirlwind of activityIn way home. She expects to be 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
I'D'I clubs were consider- In an effort to make her nent). These "five W.." are with the women's editor far her former hometown, back Monday. 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
Imply "something to fill job more pleasant, and the the basic tool without which enough in advance to assure Washington, D. C., made her -oA -
me"for the housewife at club's year more fruitful. the any publicity director mightas that her project will be cov very happy to get home fora
I endi Today these worn. GONDOLIER offers these well shut up her typewrrit- ered. All cannot be and rest, she said. : five-week visit in ,
convinced the Carl
'rough civic, profession. suggestions: er and go to the beach proper planning ahead will -0- -
octal and church organllu Make yourself known to the "How" is also often important assure the best possible coverage Balrs of SIT Beatrice St. that J
have assumed the person who will be handling and should be consideredIn for all. Off to school this week are there Is no place like Florida.
I'll of their town's civic, your publicity. In the case of the story, if needed. News deadlines for the Barbara Lyle and Karen They were guests of their son "'7
Inthroplc and cultural women's clubs this means It is better to write too Thursday issue are Monday Roth. Barbara, daughter of and his family, the Medill : AGENCYl
IJt and the area's future the women's editor: If possible I much detail than too little. evening and for the Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lyleof Balrs in Carmel where he
luatljr Influenced by their come into the office and Some may often have to be Issue, Thursday noon. These Casey Key left Tuesdayfor is school superintendent and
i meet her. deleted. but by and large should be strictly observed Vanderbilt and Karen, they toured the state duringthe
where is the value of the Plan your publicity projectswell I the club's publicity (and prosperity In cases when it is impossibleto daughter of Mr. and Mrs time. A week in San Francisco I
'os" better seen than at a in advance and if extra ( ) will be benefited. Adjectives do so, a call to the wom I Samuel S. Roth left Sunday a week at Yosemiteand 1
V paper desk where pro- coverage stories or pictures, I don't help facts en's editor about a latecom.1Ing for Miami where she will at- shorter periods in Los l I,
latter project is announoiid (is needed, talk 1lo with do_ and more times than not story will help. tend Walsh College. Angeles and other cities were
reported on. The CON- her. She will be happy to co- the publicity chairman can Like everyone else, memo -0- on their travel agenda.
|IERl policy of assist- operate. I find many more facts than bers of your GONDOLIER Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swan- -0-
i to the clubs, both for Cover as much of your publicity she expected were there, staff appreciate courtesy, cooperation ston of 604 Armada Road have Mrs. Norman Jo Wersel of
t like and the commun- as possible In advance I when she looks for them. and efficiency. And had quite an eventful sum. Casey Key Is expecting a visit 7
U based on a sense ofluide stories, including pictures of Always put your name and in rturn, The GONDOLIERassures mer. They left in July to visit momentarily from her son,
for their work in speakers which should be telephone and the correct you hard-working their son and his family, Mr. Marine Maj.) William J. Wer- \ I
I town and desire to seen obtained from them and sent name of the club the upper publicity gals and guys that and Mrs. James A. Swanston sel, and his wife and two chil' ,"
prosper in their efforts. In with the story. When fol- right-hand 1 ino the: re we'll do our best to help you in Fairfield Conn after dren, Raymond and Tracy .
jeers now taking/ over low-uo stories are needed, lease. It may be necessary to do your job, if you'll let us. which they flew to Scotland MaJ. Wersel returned from
where Mr. Swanston has several duty In the Orient In August t\
relatives. On their return and was stationed for a short I
they visited Mr. and time at San Diego at the Ma
'M .' -. Mrs Ward Parkton in Bridgeport -sine Corps Recruit Depot be-
'f'. :': ', ','/ Conn (they have visited fore assignment to duty at / O t t
e 'B0' ztt '''''?y.FI here several times) and went Beaufort, S. C.
9l: g \ ,. I
f/X' .n ,. with them to New Hampshire. :
.. Next( stop was in Randolph N The Richa-d'Satavas; and !
Y. with the Gunnar Ander- son, Martin came home last I
sons also known to many i week after spending the sum I
Venetians through their visits mer in Cleveland. The three
here, and the four of them' attended the graduation of : '
I took a trip to Niagara Falls Richard Jr. from John Hop .P
i The Swnnstons got back to, kins University in June and
I tWiKiLlgustram Venice Friday. One of the I helped him get settled in an i

most interesting things they apartment in Philadelphia, ,
G saw while traveling, Mrs where he worked In a laboratory 5 a
Swanston said, was the Tele- this summer before goIng -
!J/i: : / star in Andover Maine. on to Cleveland. They 'IFIREFIGHTER'S
-0- stopped for a weekend with HE KNOWS MORE THAN ONE ,
High point of the summer him en route home. He has S
for Mr. and Mrs. Earle L. enrolled in the four-year med. SECRET:
Swift was the wedding of ical course at Hahnemann (
size their daughter, Miss BeverlySnn6 Medical College and Hospitalin I .1
gallon t) to Edward S. Krawczykon Philadelphia and is currently He's holding the key tQ a s fe deposit box : ''I' i
o July 12 in Quincy, Mass Involved in the fresh-
large Honeysuckle 7 5 The Swift's held the wedding man orelntation program. -the key to greater peace of mind about 'I' "

C there at Bethany CongregaSummer Classes begin Monday. the safety of valued possessions. Inside I i
-0- I II
Plant! size
Copper gaSEAGRAPESqt.size..354 Classes have already started oursteel-and-concretavault they're protected -

1 for Gary Howland, University against theft, too. Cost is pennies
of South Florida
student I
who this week was weekly. Inquire now! I

among the 133 honor students
1' # awarded certificates for outstanding i
academic work dour i
i a ing the 1963-64 trimester at ''I
t'. MFiV Jewelry an Honors Convocation Tues i'I

WAX BEGONIAS . 2Sf F SALEet$1.49 Another Venice...0- young man 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE wiFxjft i '

.4V 0 beginning his college career j : o
this month is Robert Alan T FVLL \ I
4' SILK OAKS . . 51.50 Pvets. Harrison who will attend @ VENICE, FLORIDA 'ttcCllt
Emory University in Atlanta. : ,
Emory classes begin Sept. S3. !

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d -. FI*. (Wt.. 10. 1944 "WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK" ---- f

I ;A ro'A 'GONvi: Bridge Bridge Studio Scores, Aug. SI, MOVED :
/ East NewsBy 1-Mrs. Elgin 1:00 p.m.Morlson and Better Grades This Year GULFtAILORs I

It Mrs. J. W. Kimball 68. i
Morlson and
2-Miss Ethel FROM THE I Ito
\ The Venice Eait!: Community dents are urged to attend.A After their visit here they Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 60ft. Students' Resolve ARCADE[!
i Assn. will hold the first -0- will go to Indianapolis where 3-Mrs. Clare Carlson and That's :
melting for the fall season visitor at the home of Mr. the? will be stationed at Fort Myron Schoenfeld 80. 1 231 W.MIALU( !
Monday night September 14 and Mrs. Howard M. Tracywas Benjamin Harrison. 4-:. K. Hill and Harry AVENUE i
The meeting will be held In Mr. Tracy's sister Mrs. -0A Reimer 58.
the Administrative Building.The Mary L. Thomas of MiamI. really brand new resident Bridge Studio Aug. U, t Jurt W.itGULF of Rawls 1
president Mr. James Mrs. Thomas' visit was cut of Venice East is the baby 7:90: p.m. 4nn 1.l
Smith will bring the business short by Cleo.Houseguests. : girl born to Mr. and Mrs 1-Mrs. Louts J. Unertle and --.l.lI
meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof Leonard Schults last week. Mrs. J. H. Morris 48*.
I A social hour will; follow and Captain and Mrs. John Not to be outdone she chose 3-Mrs. May Barges and Mrs I _
the hosts and hostesses for Blevlns of 122 Venice East to have her birthday on the Corrie Grail 48.
the evening are Mr and Mrs Boulevard are Captain Blev. same day as her twin brothers 3-Mrs. Clare Carlson and THEATERToday
Wilbur Funk Mr. and Mrs Ins' brother and his wife, Mr. Kevil and Kenneth. The Col.! Vincent Dixon 384.
Lester Davis Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs Carson R. Blevlns. Identical twins were at home 4-Mra. Emmy Rellley and thru,
j James Montgomery and Mr. Carson Blevins is assigned to celebrating THEIR birthday Mrs J. J. Nelson 38. Sahjrdiy
and Mrs. Edwin Hanson. Any the finance department of the I when the news came of the Bridge Studio Sept. 1 "LOOKING FOR LOVp
I resident of Venice East Is U. S Army and he and his arrival of their baby sister. 7.M: P.m.
qualified for membership in have I I-Mr. 3. H. Morris and
wife just returned froman
Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 39. Sunday thru WtdiNtdw
the association and new resi overseas duty In Germany. Y
Bridge LuncheonAt 2-Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ains-
lie, 28V4., Alfred Hitchcock',
VYC PlannedFor 3-Miss Lucy ,Joumeay and

Woman's Club, Sept. I,
TRADITIONAL 1-Mrs. J. H. Morris and Drlve.l.T
Christopher Mage
Miss Ethel Morlson 8314J .
h let in style your favorite voce and Mrs. Roger McKenzie: :-Col. Vincent Dixon and
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. will be hostesses at the Venice Myron Schoenfeld, 82tt. od., thru,, Saturday,
Yacht Club ladies bridge 3-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and
Reefing R.'lngAI luncheon Tuesday noon at the 82.
u Mrs. J. W. Kimball "BEDTIME STORY"
Lamp Repo/r club. -Mr.. and Mrs. W. C. Bose
j Work by Experienced Designer and Progressive bridge i and 67. and
Craftsmen foursomes will be played. Bridge Studio Sept. 4th,
1:09 p.m. .
hostess should be
called for reservations not Harry Reimer. 80. and

204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA later than Sunday. They 2-Mrs. Eleanor Sclacchltano TEEN-AGERS ACROSS the country are to Improve their grades. And they claim "HE RIDES TAIL"
should also be notified of cancollations. -
and Mrs. May Bargas heading back to school with definite plans the plans aren't 'just vague hopes!
76 J4.
I 3-Mrs. W. Stulals: and Mrs By EUGENE GILBERT nom, 10, of Lynchburff V*., I
Emmy ReUl y. 78. President Gilbert Tooth also was realistic,as to why
-Mr.. H. S. Pratt and Carl Research Inc.America' he expected to get better
1t e e Hauerbach 73*. grades. He explained that STYLE CONSULTATION|
1jMl7tUf J young people expect
Venice Contract Bridge Club "my father claims he is goingto FREE
'fl Sept. 4. 1:30: p.m. school to this do a semester lot better than in become a lot stricter with "Back to School"'
......J..iP cmfwyp cm me.
1-Mrs. J. H. Morris and they did the last one. What'smore Those who expected to get
Myron Schoenfeld, 6545.2Mrs. U isn't just wishful about the same grades as last SPECIALCaryl
i J I Harry Lawrence and thinking. Most of them are term generally had the same
definite to boost '
: taking steps Richards PERMANENT
.. Col. Ira Nelson, 3445.3Mrs. their grades.As reason typified by the com
Clare Carlson and ment of an 18-year-old girl
j\ l RUG SERVICE Mrs. Elgin Mormon, 54. eel the the fall teen-agers term 1238 approach.of them from Fort Morgan, Col., REG. $15. NOW $$5.00
: ,I HOME FURNISHING '-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and Eleyce Pickett. She said: "I
asked whether
( 1 L PATIO SHOP Mr. N. K. Patton, 53. were petted their grades they to im-ex- do my best. That's all any (Limited time only' )
DECORATING ask. Michele Ben-
I f ACCESSORIES Outboarders said prove.they More did than-04 definitely per cent! his one. can 17, of South Boston WE GIVE BOTH "BODY" & "CURLY" PERMANENTS?

''I"jl 3 SIFT IDEASHOUSE Will Set Date wenty-five hope of any per improvement.Four cent saw IIto1tie "My Mass change.marks, "Because also are foresaw above" she average said no- ANNE.K BEAUTY SHOPPE

cent admitted that
B For DedicationThe icy'd per probably get poorer and the best I can ,et." 121 N. Tamiamt Trail Ph.488-1347
L rades. The rest didn't know. A 17-year-old boy,
September meeting of Nearly all of those anticipating Hyde, of Honolulu, expectedto (next to J.&H. Drug Store)
the Venlce-Nokomls Area Outboard better grades said they do the same as he usuallydid. Member* of FCA. Winners of style i coloring tooted
i He asserted: "For thepest ..
i OF FURNITURE Club will be held Money were carrying out plans they three grade
years my
ii at 8 p.m. in the Com were sure would make their remained the
i ia i 421 S. Ttmiwnl Tr. Venice munity Room of the Sarasota wishes come true. The most joint same. average I don't expect any
determined seemed to bethose FLORIDA BALLET ART SCHOOL
I t Vnee! Shopping Center Delation.Federal Savings and Loan As- moving from high drastic changes."

ITf ifffiTfaSERVING A tentative date will be ..- school into college.
Venetian's CaseIs Principal:
: lected for the dedication ofthe I Seventeen-year old Leo J.
I'At SOUTH COUNT FOR YEARS new club house. Commodore Burke, of Jamaica Plains,
Fred Rohrs has asked Masa., was typical of the et Bound Over
all members to attend this titude of high school gradu- VENICERegistration
1 $ c u swaal mm &M.iMJ&wmMS: Important meeting ,ate.. He. said he. expected toget Mrs. Judy Call 21. was "because in bound over to the Sarasota
Ugh school I-nevr-W k ci County Court by Justice of
f" to my full capacity. Given the the Peace E. S. Raymond : FrI., Aug. 28th. 7 to 9 p.m.
defined incen- .
more clearly
Friday night following a preliminary eO" -
: the table Live of college I plan to domy hearing Involving at t the STUDIO
Your Ford Dealer is laying his cars on utmost" Leo added that teenage beer party the nightof
already he had taken steps August IS on Caspersen
to insure higher put.ting Beach. CORNER OF I. VENICE AVE. sir VENICE BYWAY

4I in "a lot of spare timeduring She faces two charges of SMt: JACQUELINE KINSELLA (AMD
I the summer studying contributing to the delinquency JANiCE DREW (AMD)
: :: A A AI biology, the" subject I plan of a minor, preferredby

to Many major of in.the other boys and Mrs. Walter Hartshornand PH. SARASOTA 355-1338 FOR INFORMATION OH
Robert Sanborn whose I
,' M girls questioned also took ad. sons testified at the prelim- . ome In to meat the staff on registration 4iy.
vantage of the summer holi- Inary hearing that they attended -
L1 j tI t- day to prepare themselves for the party. BALLET
the new semester. Martha W.
: I Bonney, 18 of Geneva, N. Y., (CecehetK Method Imperial Society of Engtim!)
said: "I did intensive summer Venice, Florida
reading, took part in a DEPENDABLE TAP

) 1 discussion and program English of literatureand American DRY WALL (Beginner to Professionals)

took a summer course in SERVICEC. Opening date delayed one week due to locating studio'
brief-hand writing for note- W. Curwood 488.1330 W. now have temporary studio.
taldn,." ...
Nineteen year old Louis
I auie, of Pensacola Fla.,

: J I _:: South's best ought grades but he'd not for get any better of the ,
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I Bank Doors Are Open Wide To Careerwomen . I II

Today's smart woman. aiming Venlce-Nolcomls Bank, Mrs I :
for a career which will Mary Eddy, Mrs. Alice turn-
lead to an executive position ley and Mrs Griselda Payne,
need look no further than her put it a bit differently They

bank explain that banking is eery- Ir i I
This Industry, always noted ico and If a woman likes peapie t

for it* conservatism, nevertheless banking Is about tops asa vw d
knows a food thing field for them. Y q i Venice Shopping Center
It sees it ond what it
when "The
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sees today is women. unlimited," Meare SPECIALS

Banking itself I Is growing said "If a woman wants a RESTAURANT

three non-agricultural times as fast as industries all lob and Isn't particularly interested ,

other combined and twothirdsof are Jobs there In a career If she, wantsto there a! '1

Its employes are women, learn, the bank, particularly FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY \\1
according to the Bureau\ of
a small one, will
Labor Statistics.has three varieties of experience pro.vide NI 1 ; TURKEY ANDDRESSING :1':
Venice women :
bank executives and Engle. in various phases of bankingand 1 s SHRIMP COUNTRY .
will train her for what
Area banks follow 10. 14 s' I Ia
wood, one. later turns. Into executive :l
the national average by em. fobs" it SAUTE FRIED STEAK
two women to one
ploying Trail Biased (Complete Dinner)
In 1919 I
an of bank
man,,' In phases These banker-In-akirta had a. +r, T M
three Venice-

Nokomis ing.? And vouch Bank the for women the fact executive that- the 1919 trail when blazed the first for them woman In 82( 82t 99HALO

bank officer was appointed in
on merit if ---
promotions are -

well the woman and Is in does line,the otherwise job as, I In 1919.New By York 1921 there City were and this six + 1 t 61 SCORE 48 :

for the executive opening, I was Assn.the of year Bank the Women National was I '4 -I1 .
the job. Not :
businesswomen she gets can many make I formed, with 18 members. In SHAMPOO 1.00 Silt DRE531MG 7h 5121MEXSANA

1959 there were 3.200 women
statement about their I
officials who
belonged and
profession that ,pay nor the equality additionalone also. the number Is considerably MURINE 41'
greater now. Lumley I
served as state NABW chairman .
Although First i National of membership for two MEDICATED, POWDER STS DROPS iCe Silt

Bank of Venice at present years and is now cochairmanof Yqt
his no women executives,
the Gulf Central
president William Payne which Includes women grouo bank BUFFERIN 57 GERITOL 1.67
thinks they are peculiarly and executives from Naples to .
suited for all Q' A' Q'L
particularly Pinellas Park. She has also I 1 1Va ,
of the field. fAUETS 'O's all SIZI ILIXI. LIQUID SUI SID
phases served as membership chairman
They Add Warmth of this group, which L ,
Their addition of warmth meets quarterly. Tho Reg'on-'
1\ to the Institution I is Invaluable al Association with which the AIR MATTRESS

," he said. "The ability Gulf Centra Grown and the ." JIU ELECTRIC
o// women to make people feel State chapter are linked rovers C' P ., "r A ''' ''''

st home and to induce in them eight eastern stales The THEE\ PROFESSIONAL WOMEN in Venice who wouldn't 'swap their chosen fields with CHARCOAL A "' '

the ease necessary to the discussion slate conference will be Sept. anyone are the three feminine bank executives at Venice-Nokomis Bank. They agree LIGHTER .
of their needs and desires 18-20 In Tampa. with national statistics that banking one of the easiest fields in which women can go e .

is extremely' importantin The fourth woman bankerin right on up to top positions. They are, left to tight Mrs Griselda Payne, Mrs. Alice A A FAST MADE' SAN'V raMOYf ooosLn/. '
banking"That the area is Mrs. Margaret Lumley and Mrs Mary Eddy CHROMALOXI 'LL.'ZlO'/
banks are beginning to Leach who is assistant vice. .

make use of these abilities! In president of En('lewood Bank. 188 I
the higher position Is to him Mrs. Lumley Is the veteranof pie, you have to enjoy work. hcrlted" her banking career. was serving at the air base sus I
a mark of good business the local group who started I leg with figures and you haveto I She came here in 1927 and during WWII. VALUE
sense. In 27 years ago at Venlce-No- be unconcerned about the worked for Dr. Fred Albee, The two local banks employ
The three women officers at komis Bank. She is assistant hours worked. the first president as secre 30 women who serve in all 51.49 TALUS

vice-president handling new 'There Is no such thing as tary-bookkeeper at Florida phsses of banking.
accounts and general bank- regular hours for us," she ex Medical Center. She began Similarly, the two local savings -
NEW HOMES leg plained. "Sometimes there working part time at the and loan associations report PISTOL' NOZZLE

"It was a nert-time thlnn are deadlines to meet and you bank when the hospital was that women are as popular HELMET "
FURNISHED when' I started," she said "I 1 work Whatever time the job taken over for the Air Base in their Institutions. Each A 'QUnZI RANDL' 1
ds OR UNFURNISHEDwill was holding two other jobs requires. Ot others there are Hospital during the war anda has a staff of seven, of which ACTION e FIATMIR.
slack periods which permit year later joined the bank four are women. Two savings A MAr' n LOC".O LIGHT!
accept and there were only three of INTO DISIIIIDPO.TON *ADJUSTABLE ._.
us here In the bank" She employ es to catch theirbieaths staff full time. As did the and loan associations, in , TO ANY
e Homes Land and get ready for the others, she has worked In all Lakeland and St. Petersburghave wo5xlaoMCNANIIM NaADIx/ --
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ell '
worked In Jobs, even t,1In (- O WAT.nrR00FAlSUlraS .
I I I Carl Boati rush times." departments at one time or women presidents and, NoN eoRROfwaA
turns with the others with
. I' Trailers In trade another her as Charles Bruin of Sarasota ON' 'ULL r.aAOYARANTaD .HINO.. .OU. 'S"I.
the cleanup chores. Mrs Lumley is a widow. during 21-year INO auCN.
She here in 1926 and Federal Savings and loan e FOR NOME OA5a0lSIRVIc..TaTION OARDN OYT.Soon .
came career. She is married to ,
Cockrill Builders Career Prescription wo5x',
her son, Jay Jr. is a local Thomas S. Eddy, who Is now Assn. says, "that's about as ''NDUIUY f1a ..'. I
Her for banking high as you can go" In bank-
; Men in Beat Gate a business man. She has s
Ph. 488.1451488.3845 I career includes three grandson, Richard, who is in retired. They met while he Ing. e I
items: You have to like peo- junior college and a grand 77 66 S1.00 II

daughter Mrs. Marcus
Little Theatre Sale mOl
Meadows of Huntsville, Ala. __s_ 1
Mrs. Payne came by bankIng -
1. NOTICE- .naturally-"her-fither Is CLAMP UMBRELLA GARDEN
executive vice-preaident of Sept. OpenerFinal ON

People Bank in Flemings-: ..
burg, Ky. The bank there had 510 CNAIRa CO""LITW noel aRA1M4
tryouts for the open. out the case. T/NCMIa TOO. I
an employee shortage, 18 liT "
DANCE CLASSESADULTS years ago, and she helpedout. Ing production of the Llt'le George Mahar, associated fiDII1iT. .In 0. claw OON.IOTI,
Theatre will be held 23 AfueaoS1
She has been with it Sept. with the Little Theatre for T.OW', NAND
e TEEN-AGE a CHILDRENREGISTRATION ever since, as has her husband at 8 p.m., In the theater build. several years, will direct the HICK H"NDLI IxovnO
Philip Payne, whom Ing on Airport Avenue. play, which opens on Nov. ova 1.1T' '
)il she met In the bank in Flem- Roles for three men and 4 for a four night run. H"NDLO WITH WOOD
four will be cast for Books for the plav are now '
Will be held 14th instead of Tuei- Ingsburg. They came here in women av.Rrroil'
, I on MONDAY, Sept. the comedy "Come Blow available at the office of Dr.
- day. Adult It Teen-Age Ballroom 7 to 9 p.m. Children 1952.she He is Is In a charge vicepresidentand of commercial Your Horn," which tells a Luther Luck, in the Venice ...D.N.. I
I Tan Art 2:30 5:30 Clauei start Shopping Center, and the
-Ag. Stage : to : p.m. loans at Venice-N' delightful story about two A naullrulaetoSnD
following week. komis Bank. They have two brothers, one a proper son, casting committee requests 47c
I that interested in the coLOSSro
and the other, a black sheep anyone 299nlMJr
CENTER sons, Philip' Jr., 22, and CHOOSS FROM
VENICE GARDENS RECREATIONAL who, In the course of rebelling roles whether or not they are $1.00 VALUI
Junian Allen, 21."Inherited". .
domina members of the Little Theatre JJ.M VALUI
BALLROOM for ADULTS and TEENAGE against parental
Career lion somehow switch char and Including those persons
SOCK A. ROLL BORRA NOVA surf sit DANCES acters. There Is love Involve who attended the mass
, Mrs. Eddy says she 'In- 12 should attend HOUSE PAINT GAS CAN
,110 CLASSES for CHILDREN and TEENAGE in ment with a showgirl In her tryout on Aug.
the final .
mid 20s and a well bred tryout.All
BALLET TAP ACROBATIC and MODERN JAZZ REOPEN young lady of 20. The role of persons checking out SCULL .LLON l RIITAL CONSTRUCTION

JrITION: All a.n"... II UMH ,,,1. Alult Cwtat. II UMI, III.... the playboy In his 30s, was scripts should return them to I RIAOY' "MIXIOINSIOI OROUT1IOI C FULL CAFACITVS GALLON I
.1'-' ,. a ......? UL EVON'S MASSAGE SALON performed by Hal March on Dr. Luck's office within a SATISFACTION PAINT' .....,,, >'""' 'yT s ILF-VINTILATtNO I j:

Sept. 14, Monday I Broadway His younger broth. reasonable time. i S POLY SFOUT I'i
in Mother I MITAL I'I
l Phone 488-384 er is his mid 20s. i A MAr Auo .. uS.D
4tS Hlgel Ave, Tel. 924-CJ25 Can Mornings Ifnoaniwer488-l738 and father of the pair and a AVAILARLI" STORES AT 4aYAlntIDPAIM7fOM1 NI w." Nna" fle ''VYj ram CAMRINO WATIR CANS, ON I
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"''Ii'1T.. Jl5t a hnby pros' that Mr MARY E. KROUPA 'il''

CLASSIFIED Houses For SaleATTRACTIVE Situations Wanted Used Trucks .u h.r cnonsIt tseon'I .'Ordlnsnn th.saleyw Cltjr J'V''i..tIIIo'saa/m: . Iutt CI Thomas Foes of 1060 Fairview :Phone-174-U50 hospital In Easton, Pa. While 11

3 Bedroom, I I'll wlli I ll l lo'Mid a jukll"aw k o..rtnjr: rr th..Clt II r, Dr. entered Florida Unlveralty Mr. David FOBS of 1080 visiting relatives there .he II,

RATES baths Reasonable Easy CHURCH JANITOR service '62 INTERNATIONAL .104at i th. ,uU = a.tlnr! ( Itt Monday. Thomas Fairview Dr. entered the Vet I was taken ill and was rush I I
0 which
terms. P. O. Box 88, Venice! and" yard maintenance. Ph. tractor. New tires It Paint. .""....of tIme morose sod b. tit UMMud sod for ill 1 was accompanied by his par erans) Hospital (Bay Pines) ed to the hospital to have an '
O.rge; Rails, both Thursday or 488-6474. 488- 161.! Perfect $3595. W.<". K.t..iiloln .. pn..ld.4 I In enU Mr. and Mra. David In St. Petersburg Tuesday appendectomy. Letters can :
West Coast and br No. ..
Ins .11 FOBS .
Edition who
end Monday returned home (
Truck. Sales, 3450 No. Washington .h.wn It htoll OIl th. .Mimnt' a -oWe reach him at Easton Hospital
01 Cfl VENICE GARDENS 2 bed. Blvd. rolll on file I. "'. .101.. of .... ter looking over the campus received word that Mr. Easton, Pa. We wish him a
Help Sarasota. (Rt. City CUt of Mid Clly wd '
rooms 1% WantedMAN : mm to 'i
i)1.3U Florid bathe paneled j 301 North). .lape list by th. plbllt mvwv*, -0- Edward McBride Is In the speedy recovery. ,,I I

((12 word minimum) tags, central room,heat.cathedral ceil- OVER 24, ..nd .f to p the.,mmt Soot thoN th.rwf....., Mr. and Mrs Millard Hog --- ,I
Available in and I
vacancy M to th. and
amount thwwf. encamp guests Mr. and
Additional Words, each 4o upon request. 488-5397. for Charlotte Count. or Venice .
Rawlelgh dealer Full ,Im. to Urn. land N. RAMBLER DODGEMS I
SMALL MINIATURE black thmtfter without furth- J.. toured Busch I
both time Preferred. Will *r nolle of tIme ... D..... "'... 1 "
CASH rahr. Thursday Rentals ambitious consider male poodle, "Jocko." Re. a redw or tII. Cttr Coca'll of.r.tho Gardens In Tampa last Mon. S. Temleml Trail 488.3965-411.6150 i ,
end Monday Edition. now part-timer. Many ward. Phone 488-6431. 504 Cloy> of V.01., "Ion. day. Mr. and Mri. Boyd re SPECIALIST IN. .
2 BEDROOM earning $3 per hour and Nassau st. turned to their home In New '

51.40 furnished. Walking House distance nicely UP.14th See St.,G.; A. Roberta, 12l HARRY CICI....W.. !xeoxa Jersey Mrs Boyd and Mrs. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT I

to beach. Utilities included. Rawlell/h Sarasota er write Legal !bll.lii ...... I .nd 10. 1(14. Hogencamp are sisters. C Brake Repair Lubricate Chatitli '
word minimum) FA 1563 I
((12 Fishing and boating. Yearly Memphis Ten" 1170, Front End Alignment .i Oil Change
I .' Beams, I '
or seasonal. 488-5127. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Front End Overhaul Adluit Headlights
A_ All-C. t,p. I hi .1.bela. JJf TUB! CIRCUIT COURT OF Tins
nr . _.. BEGISTEB FICTITIOUS Wheel Balancing .i Electrical' Repair
... b_. ./.t1loirtbn- ....".-..... s SHARE LOVELY!: HOME with unteers. Phone 488-5406. FLORIDA AND FOB SARASOTA m COUNTY Tb. .d..04. do otrtlfir Engine Overhaul 1 Any Automatic or Standard 1 '

i"A '.".TM| .h.... of U ."><. Mit lady or couple' Private Democratic Official Head. RALPH LAtraimr. JR.CHANCERY CRACB "last u lhor. balsa.r. oonduetlm a Gmonl.. e Radio Repairs Trantmlitlon Repair I J
..lor..b.I. of r.Pli Gondollw to .111I.P..-..O.. rent single Near Reasonable., etc. Will Venice.Barters, 121 W. Miami Ave., AGNIS BLAIR:, .LANOnUU. Tnuteo.Plaintiff Mid JOHN ] fit dor Annoy atom.t Uurel of.nd U thu M TU., Prof-,'.se.Id NEW SHOWER HEAD Aireonditioninq Repairs and Installation ,' !'

Tel. 488-4344. firm II KmpoMd of U1. following' pir.wn. .
DISPLAY REAL -- CNw IUti alms. aunoi and pl_ of ... For Balhlng Luxury t I
IOM Mitten, p.r Inch. .$3.0C ROOM. Private bath wants licensed Real Estate ..... 0... Bwihora *. Lime, :
and Fit
Doten" Member Chamber of Commerce ,
entrance Excellent Salesman. ' Loure
|Both) Editions, per Inch .$3.50 Reply REB, P. O. 1
neighborhood near shopping Box 748.WAITRESS. NOTice Mlnnl. J. Promt ...b... .. Law
-ads etc. Reasonable Tel. 488-4544. .Jlwnnhlp L.ur.1 of fla.L M. Profit InraraiM B & W Auto Repair : I
All classified p.yeMe 1 In.dv.n" WANTED phone TO LTLI O... MEADOWS li M follow. ,
FURNISHED You mn h .b, notlflod that a Com-
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established or 10
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except 4A8.9063.WI pw
tor DoBUrttorr Dosro. foe ,
Seasonal or yearly. 2 bedroom Impltad toast of .mount ...... ... Mlnnl.' J Profflt M por ant MODERN EQUIPMENT
lieeounhk,, It i. our IntonUoa
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duplex in Nokomis Ph. !: NEED Licensed Real close fallowing utln.t dwertbH prop. ty > .1 Clerk of th. Clrault Court la .nd for IUSi EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE 'i
Es. roil to WittNWI4
CANCELLATION or 488.3323 after five. tate Peoole. New clan h" '!'h." F n'"- ... ,..'.- .... J OIl"lI' J Sar.ota tit. .... .County..... L. II.Florida_,. 'II'to...nrUlor.._._ Push TNBeunoN ALIGNMENT & WHEEL 1 t
4 ROOM Kathleen Wilkinson to start of &;'; 14, Town.b.1.; II A...... tad. 5.-pm.4lon.;; 'of; Chap': ;; BALANCE ,
ADJUSTMENT Furnished Cottage Soul JlL"'HI ID San Irlni North ear 50005. La... of, Acts of TO CLEAN
on Donna Thursday Sept. 10 at 282 of 51. .., 41 4T.mi.nit "41. i
iRiqiMtti for cancellation . .. loge 4883801. even. South Trail. John McLaury Trail) nd Southouurly. of that .... WltII_ our ...... thl. 21 diy of f
oriduifment| becsut" of error Real toll mk ftowln throuih' tho August OVERHAUL 'I
Estate. Phone 488-8S51 8W1/4 of SKI/4 of NWlvoles. leafL. J. W.
mint be mad for Thursday 11ft,. lr.r.nI.M, IItob...... PI__. or 488-5808. oroik _Unu. sod 110... Into the > M 'RO..IT.IIINNIII MOORE! AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE ,i
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 Volt. s R.,. ..,.......... .... Urmkkm Rivwr and furthor d.wlbi J. I'JlOF"IT.Publl. PLUMBING I
p.m.ea 0- .. LOU 'ACORIU..IU' M follow, Beta ., point tl ft TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1
Monday. For Monday GON ACTIVE REAL ESTATE office East .nd II '.* North of SW oor. Au.! IT, B,pi. I. 10. 11. 1114.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS wants Uve-wire licensed of IVi of SI1/4 of NWI/4 (Midpoint Harbor Lights On The Trail 629 L Venice Ave Ph. 488.3502 11
DOZIER BEFORE S pjn orTbrsa'iy. real estate twlni la orator of work) RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS
reasonable Walk to beach salesman. Reply th.n.. NorthwMtorlr ales rote of NOTICE
and shopping- Call 4883447. J. C., Box 748. Venice. old mink.U Inwrnetloa with North TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN PHONE 488-4450 ALL WORK GUARANTEED ,
PHONE of ". of BB1/4 of NW1/4I
474-2589. time ...... .
Eut Mid North II. Ill Nottoa fa h Its. to.
fort son or pas, to North right tontlo. of r_ lrtliN :
488-3125 2 BEDROOM HOUSE PersonalsLOSE of wulln.. of T.mlunl Trail (U. INC.. a Pbrlda ........ttoa. Ws WEST o..a., Store Also Located In I
nlshed. Plenty I. HI.b.... Ill "'.... Ioat .... 5, et th. bnnom io'ribid load! BRADENTON and FORT MYERS TIRES I
unlur.1 Erb .bop mold North tie. or Tool.wa .. to .ppl, u Ih. Board of Uiunty: Con..
children and pets. WEIGHT safely with / Tall ee .. Ilise ntoumon of to
Lots For Sale 8781. new Dax-A-Diet Tablers. e'4 d ;550/1: se J M. ad ea emu oft put e0.a.msDCoup of th. v.M. Get More Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS
prow of 5 4j of u por SIZES
Only 98 cents Dick & Meadows SEI/4: plat thonof USED TIRES. ALL
of NW1/4I thetas North II Noordod In Put Book T,
WATERFRONT Seiwlled 3 BEDROOM HOUSE on the Pharmacy. ft. to. Pow of boilnnlnc 1 IOM .... Pu M, doMrlboi .. follow, to will, Cat Tire Costs... GUARANTEED RETREADS

boat btslni waterview. Al water. Nicely furnished. k folknrlni>.ln ., doMrlbH point. on truto Intoiwtloa of bid of lobo r. 'ill*- /1 uli- AS LOW AS .. .. ... .... .. 73014
Venice Gardens E. L. Kit- NPC. Phon.3681.. North I of SVt of setd it uid II, k"Ai: :' I. I,
I t 4 I. S ud 10, /
Business Personals NWI/4 .. K-IK-tO ., .nd LoU
th. t'
Northrltkt Ial, Get
ton, Bsjrshore Drive, Noko- of ... 4, I. S. 7Sof BI0.hC ,
Un. of U. &
toy KI.b.
mii Wanted To Buy 41, thmo. of th. npUt of Elbnta H. .hu uoord RADIATORS 1
Southwoitorlr .loot .Id .
4 I. Put Book f ,. Si,
RUBBER STAMPS made to rltht of W.T llo. 100 ft., theta ., .ord. of SaruoU Conn-) ,
unSex RFHIDRNrB: IOTS 2 OR 3 order. with .n .n.l. of N dares to rllht' 1 J J.j.R... t ,
unsex RUMNKH9 BITES 2 bath ; service gas" !110 ft. th.... with ui .nil. of
vwitn. LOU MCORH. 4"-ln' __ house, walking distance to Office, personal, pocket or 10. derma to fight run Noruiout. WILLIAMS. PARKER, HARRISON P y e NEW REBUILT USED
Venice stock. sob sad p.rojlol to hlihwmj to point a. DIKTZ. d t
P. .
0. and pavilion 4,88.1432.BOOKKEEPING NOW)
or o* the North .boundur of Mid (.... By Jmaiim L. Rltebn
Real Estate rent end Sept., with option to of EE1/4 of NW1/4I) 'h.... host Atlornv..: for rLORIOALANO Budget Terms j': : ::
with l .Id North WEST,
buy Write bound.rr to point INC.
M. .Income 11
K. Box 748 of bwlnnlnr. And 1.. .... lose Bt.t. jtroH
BEDROOM HOUSE in Venice Venice. Tax. State Federal Wage trMt of lud I "bwln .t point .f In- 80...... Florida.Pubinh
Close school and Reports Personal typing, nmilon *f North U.. of 8% of 5.t I. 10. 1084 S 11 "VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR

stores. Rent $75 mo, option to Wanted To Rent your home, champion typist the BEI/4 North of )(rlalit Wl/4 of So. .4-II..1-10.. and
ww of U.
buy. Phone 477-1231 -30 years experience. Nominal .. HI...hwV 41 iTunlntl Tnlll') Serving. Venice For S Years 1

MOTHER and eight-year-old fee. Charles Z. Nelms, the tII_Mid South mOOt IT of d_II.w..t alone )M 313 TAMPA AVe.. VENICE FLA. BEHIND THEATRE
MODERN wv ft
2 bedroom hometitir
son wish 2 Bedroom, Furnished 1732 Banyan Drive, Venice, or a point of .....Innl...' these e Ii I Phone 488.1259 In the "Tewerleis" Garage
shopping center, hospital North II done
Fla., Phone Won ISO ftl
and schools Rent $100 or preferrably unfurnished 488-5254. Near South IT ...... W..t Ml
m" ,option to Phone house. Prefer near fit thmoj South II darn But :'rt" ,
buy. 488- Dressmaking .
beach. Call alterations, to tho l rtli rlt of ww |Iin.| oeHId
U3l. 488-6368 after 8. dranerlai.. etc. R*....I.M488HSO U. S. Klihwvi thme. Nortlu -)-(, I NOW OPEN IN NOKOMIS!
--.w. -tori., Stint Mid of wu ILO.e ..... J.h.J .
ATTRACTIVE HOME in Gulf Misc. For Sale /'Inaln./ lad _on m '". to *"*.. 01 / I

stctlon of Venice. 3 .,, sal foa nqnlrod. to MIT deer

I I Kitten Mr, M baths $28,500. E. L. PLANTS FOR SALE I r CREDIT CARD I Mirrrf: ,.plo ?js Uss.41 DONNA BAY .

Bayshore Drive, Noko- Norfolk Island Pines 50,04., P. 0. eon on
Imi $1.50 1175 '/.ttAiS
4 kinds hardy Palms 2.50 up I
PMVATE!: PARTY want. late Chlnaberry trees .. 1.00 Protect your liability due tit.,1"'ln.chap Is Court tII. offloo M shoo 01 ter. $ d \

J er 4 bedroom home West Silk Oak trees 1.25 to lost or stolen credit or 110I0. *f d. -..-_w, G&LSERVICEFEATURING I
0// Bottle cards $10,000 IN4. 11 roe doll to d. n dos lop ....
Trail Have 2 Bedroom. 3 1.50 coverage, $28 r.ult will'' .i* tokt". ...1.'..-. P0. led for ,
bath oa Harbor Drive to trade Grafted Gardenias ., 1.25 three years. For full particulars h. relief dmanded In Mid _plol.1. :

I fa, Sot! 296. Venice Fie. Limes Calamondons, Lemons.... 1.50 stop in or call norlda DONE!tbto AND it ORDERED dar. of, I.ra.s... . ....:. :. / . .

Houses For Sale Papaya plants ..75 EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCT W.Chyle A. WYNNE.Corn, : cart ; '. .. ; I
Strawberry guava ., .50 nSNdw Samoa Oouab, :.:..

VENICE GARDENS Double Red Althea. 125 IK W. Venice Ave. BPI I.n. Ouha_
WATERFRONT $$15,000 Abelia Crandlflora .. 1.25 L. 4882283) .Pnblhhl Asp 10. h. act I, 10, U44.N A smash.. hitl! . but mall

I bedroom 3 tie baths, Lots of other plants lure. your furniture ttn't In the
off Master bedroom. MELROYS NURSERY, IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY starring storage ii
Bull-In stove and oven with SHEPARDLUMBER -ORIDA. IN BOBATEi: no-Mnseh, nMent-frOl9l crating
Laurel, Tla. IN BE TIle Eitoto of t
matching; refrigerator and and
packing In home,
CRKKM, your
Turn CO. Jlfc ntNOTICI
at Laurel EAR C
screened porch with button- go to 3rd road, turn right. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. TO CREDITORS pl

down shades. Al low as) Oldest Nursery In this area Sarasotacall TO ALL CREDITORS AND OTHER THINK OFIiIJ ti

1150000 foss,. down plus closing 12-CU. Ft. REFRIGERATOR. -.GAINST PERSONS THe HAVING ABOVE ESTATE CLAIMS Regular and Premium Gasolines

CASH PRICE $$14,500 8488.Also Clothes Reel. Ph. 488- ELLIOTT PAUL 04 I You to fll.are anr .101...notlfl. or d n.n4.and noulr.which' MARATHON & QUAKER STATE OIL
I rou nmir h. ...1..., th. uld *...
VTRON VfcGLYNN Realtor. for th. offlM of th. Coantp Judr. of Come In & Get AcquaintedOPEN
412 Shamrock Ph. 4884974I 2% HP., 20" 4-CycIe ROT. ROOF TRUSSES Sarawta Coual>>. Florida, In tht. CourthouM 8
I' at assets Florida, within III 7 A.M. 11 P.M.
ARY MOWER, like new, II Alum. Windows I I') Ml.idar month. from too dau of | to
I & Doon. I
BEDROOMS 2 Bath ... ?
air- .
conditioned C.B. House In 2500. Norelco shaver with Contract Roofing & Painting tint slate puhllMtlon or ._..d of marl til. "....In.. : WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING! '
hair trim 1500. Pole I arid,.. .,,
"nice Gardena lamp ""DU. and But oats LARRY GARDNER HARVEY LOSEY I
Phone 488H Phone 488.2132 Venice .... ,
Aerial $6.00. Ph. '88.4857.Pianos. DI r.ldsn! lad pal Wfl" J \
week days and before 6 ..-.Mrd. ... ...h..labnt. .,- _._,._- .ando ..out ... _______- I 1
tn. Weekend and after fl, "h'S MtornnVlt; ; ,;";w"ri\JoUnwi I.rdl. -
w1770.JI TYPEWRITERS and -". .* ** u" cl"1"Iam ...
Adding '
.. .
Stelnway Knabe Everett ob..04 loam 110. Coast DISTINCTIVE LARGER.I
p,nh- *'........... ..H...*. Pri_Mr. George Steck Winter Cable Machines (mechanically op. off at now. Cashew" SwuoSb'LILLIAN
mks. I ads V./.......... D.ndr. > orated) Chemically cleaned
_ot... LOU JACOBS. 4M-1HT Nelson Fayette S. Cable like Just MONTAGUE.\ Real I Estate Corner
new. $1250
Hallett & Davis E.MUtrls of th. ..... of 1
LUXURY HOMES Musette Players parts U required. All makes. rail' 0'1.' ... '_cd. .I ;
By Appointment Venice Stationers, 211 W. .001'11' :, HAZEN .. ISPHORDINII
Pianola PlayersOrgan Florida Pown; tlht. 11111141...
I bedroom 2 bath home Venice Ave. 488--113. vmloaj/ Florida
nil, bay CathoUo Amre.,. for Eioratrlz.Puhltokl .

'ia jMpping. A real buy at COMPLETE Allan .SELECTION Lowrey OF Autos For Sale A... IT, act a. LOT, IM4. VENEZIA PARK SECTION ALL OVER SOUTH COUNTY <


2 bedrooms 1 bath In AND'J1JLLY'GUARAN. '58 FORD,, 2-door Wagon, MORE PEOPLE ARE This Ideal family home of' 4 bedroom, 2 baths, large Water Front or Upland Sorrento Shores Venetian j

main Part of home, mother- TEED PIANOS AND straight shift. Extremely family room living room, elee. stove, refrigerator,' Garden-Laurel-Nokomis-Venice-Venice Gardens I d

inlay' apartment with bath FROM ORGANS$125. clean.sacrifice.Must see Can to appreciate.Will be SUBSCRIBING TO AND dishweiher. Close to schools and shopping center. City Venice East South Venice. I
carport, fireplace. $18,800. seen at READING THE 'water and paved street. BUILDERSI!
1 140 feet 'Florida's' Largest Music Co.' 449 Edgewood Road, Venice sewer SUPER SPECIAL TO I, I

Cult. and a of very eawll large on home the, CANNON MUSIC CO. hardens from 8.00: a.m. to VENICE GONDOLIER Price $14,500 terms 6 LOTS IN EASTGATE I

big bedrooms, S baths all 1301 1st St., 8 p.m. XGREEN'S 4JIA. 4- *, *
tied Opp. Florida ,Theatre GULF REALTY
large living rooms with FRANK C. RAEBURN .
Open Thurs. Fri till 9
dieing, fireplace, kitchen and Phone 958-1019 .p.m FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION REALTOR WILLIAM P. TOOLS, Realtor
- room. Anrauve S44OOQ can. 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600-488-2649 Bruce Thompson, Rene Cobb Joseph Swee, Associates I

yt even value.a ridiculous Make one.en 2-WHEEL TRAILER, 8 ft. iii! J 216 S. Tamiaml Tr. P. O. Box m Phone 488-6738 II I I
Good $40 8-inch bench -I
Owner must sell ; Member Chamber of Commerce ,t
Hnr saw, like new Complete $75 ,
a real buy, 2 bed. Small paint spray outfit. like DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS, SERVICE INTERESTED? ,

J.I Overlooking| bath a .mue lovely if home bay. new' Complete $40. Phone Heating and Air Conditioning DO PEOPLE Air Conditioned I .;p

Being Mcriflced at 488-4538. WHETHER YOU'RE Central Water and ) .)
$28,500> Heating & Air Conditioning Installations
miss Sanitary Sewer. ,
these bar.
seeing BUYING I
'alna.811'Oft. FUEL!: OIL' TANKS stands Gas Ranges W Water Heaters Screened Patio 2 Bedroom l' I 'I '"
Fuel oil deliveries. s&H
J. Markl. Realtor Free EitlmetetN OR I Bath Dwelling 1
Green Stamps. Standard SMALL ADS?
- Ph. 46a47be i Heating Service. Across from Job Tee Bid Of Toe .Smell SELLINGYou're I Well For Garden end Yard ,t, I ''

THRIFTY HOMES fire fla tlon. 4884052. 243 S. Trail Venle. Ph. 488-2271 WELL Best Value I lire 541 Shamrock Blvd. i I I ,

*r Appointment TOTAL PRICE $12.700 ;
II'ht bedroom. 1 bath;i home In APACHE I H. N. WIMMERS I
supermarkets, hosSSbo
church and <<*ooUt World's best built best Barrett Approved Ruberoid Approved REALTOR 1
selling camper trailer, 221 W. Miami 488-5TO1
2'bedroom, 1 bath home. Special demonstrator sale t

lei lovely beach fireplace VvUeges.' airconditionl $11,500.retirement -. bow down going and on.low,Little bank money pay. I. tUJn wHITt "14m, GOOD BUYS VENICE GARDENS '-

Ideal 'tor menta. INTERESTED ? home bathi air conditioner-
'10Vtn j boat Beautiful -3 bedrooms "- 1
DUll 10Il U I
2 bedroom 1H bath CAMPER'S WORLD Sr low down .
bale porch furniture-wither & dryer. Very paym""
with buUt-on large additlce 100 N. Washington Blvd. H. N. Wlmmers I Realtor I $15,000

hollli. making a very nice (Opp. Mass Bros.) r1

willa them W. here 3 of these'and SarasotaTrl LESTER DAVIS'.ROOFING CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Furnished.. downstair Apt to rent for s aion or by year. 1, n i l

toll doc k lOU n. toW own price your own will County t Equipment; ; Co. JOHN C. BENNETT Agent for Western Union Telegraph HAZEL I. CONN J 0 '
il"leIItbo Can 8\lrprlse\ ;you. Completa Roofing Contractor Monday,thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER S

right! away tor the op.J' BELL RD..' SARASOTA FLA. SPRAY COATING CLOSED SUNDAYS GALE R. DUNN, AuoeUteTamiamt S j t
: to
see these ban
55-8708 On Tile, Aibestos and Built Up Roofs Trail PHONES.

811'oft Mi,' Marble; Realtor This wee* ipee/o/i/ / on Neiomts, Fla. ph. 488491)( HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN North of Albe Rd. Bus. 488-3242

Hi. 4884708. Wayne Air Compressors I Nokomis, Fla. R... 4885994I


J Indian SummerIs

111, 12-Th GONDOLIER, V. Tct, Ft.nUI1.; ., Sep,. ID, 1744 !Myakka Lanes Hunting Season I ,

...... ....lAh Iw.inn 1 INN y na Prime Time
..._ t. leU-II ,s Ist w. Dates Are Set t
but Thursday. Lemon Hay Lumbr .
and Vm' Pharmacy M TALLAHASSEEFlorida'
tt 11 ? I naMa ams.1.l an In M.wn. w'ovr column Phllllpa by. port-M hunting calendar for the 1964- For Fishermen

and Vnl,.. ElttrmlnMar, *. Wrat A..toScrvlr 69 season, as set by the Game
patttt th* hth team mmof : and Fresh Water Fish Commission TALLAHASSEE
e 7> bat took only two mM Iran
1 I t Bodirr Painting: whm th.* p.Inlwaam. is as follows: r summers heat is still WIJL
ta thrm,rh with W hlvn. twnn Marsh hen season Indian
8 Florida
Sept ,
alrt4lL of eel M th.y ....* wand ayTfrn yYi Summer u
4 v ...,_'. BflB _*.. H.rb Can opens state-wide. Just around the corner and
.... .... H
Int th* .1.11.,... ( .. '1.. with. a Sept. 21 Special bear is a prime time to wet
tt irry kt4( t '1 4 120 fnllo v d by I rry Johnaon lit. a line
Carl Carl, Tarlor hunts open In Apalachicola and sample some of Florid.!

I '. _....... with/ a >7t ..r.... awondhlih Oth.r and Osceola National Forests r finest fishing
mod .oar., w.... Goo,,* I.wnord Oct 3 First phase dove The Game and r
lei. anh PI__. "I Clde Itoohn. Fresh W8 .
T..lo, Thl. .r'. season opens Fish Commission
Cllfl aOL
101........ hH f Hi". o.t l I.... Nron e. Nov 7 Special bear hunts er that renUm),
mup w th th* .rldlthin nf the Sar.- close anglers some of the but
wU' PrMaat torn journivlni. down fUhlnR of the i Is
"" If ,..., First dove year Just |
i from a tho) Pnam <"", In.. Nov 8 phase
+fr I. mo ln. Iwm.s Ih.. handle** to ti* season closes calendar page away
i .
f, aeraUb "Early autumn and
Nov. 13 Marsh hen season fall lri
Rb.1 Uhrt. T...m t.aa>.wklck closes. comparable to spring Insofar
.d off their etlvlllM laborakrr
D., with tho .t..*... amlltu on lire. Nov. 14 Deer, turkey, as fishing Is concerned"
. jumping. Into the front with a squirrel, and quail aeason opens Commission Director A. n.
I ,, ._ awr the M'.... Lauannn Aldrich
('b. C.w.r woo th. bit ,aa in First Second. Fourth points out 'Unfor.
for th* BwfnUra .with a tit. lam and Fifth Conservation Visrlcts tunately, many sportsmen put
mud eat eerlee. Their too .
turn wlitop
tem mm hit th.. .lest th* tramMer Second phase dove away their tackle us soon la
1 M honor* w hen. Cu. fn."., ..... snipe and woodcock seasons the first shooting season pwens
thro with 174 BBi Hit for
inn tome 1 Aa
8004 wrli*. H pine bettor then Smlt, open atate-wide. a result they niin
tr'a awra I.wsa,. a'.. .....* fornd Nov 21 Deer, turkey the opportunity to catch thi
.... /
G.If-B. with 107 IM*
eerie*. Larry John a',.. "lee .... hloh squirrel, and quail season Ins lunkers that have been lyint
..m. for U. ...... ."d I hi. oil ..,1.. opens in Third Conservation deep all through the summer
bw. brit M. TIM HaMa..
woo s
,.., ,till 1.11 kllm. to tho mod roll.In. District heat"Aldrlch
While'. 8..1.1t1l. tom Nov 25 Duck, goose and said the cooler .
..d .tat I nf the 4 polnta. Art. R IK "a
.ell bad a (10 mm for White*. Ue coot hunting opens state-wide er of fall stlmulat s the fish
1 Pry M Th. Clidem team Ca. I out Nov. 29 Second phase and brings: them out of
of 4 victory from Don. Supermarket. mid.
Md with a pie (am. and 574 aria dove season closes. I summer lethargy
I Dec 12 First special IG
ATI leavuea h.v artcd .r Florida offers year.around
i hunt in Citrus Wildlife Management -
etartln thle week I with th* rttvn.thni fishing and the sportsmen
of th. Srrvlwft. Malay Condition* Area.
I.I men handlrep leacu that .".Urho 19Third dove "1 e'F"I'ti or women can find added
Monday. 14Moridnr Dec phase
\y 11"1 '" and ..,.... season opens pleasure in their outdoors by
.., packing the fishing
R. gear
c 8,4& p M m. II.rvlro't, Jan 1 Second special gun on a hunting trip. along
t, Monday t pm Call I Back hunt In Citrus Wildlife Management + pt O
.. .
I bl TavnnTnr
--. III' pm iSanaa VmdIn Area

Ti. ...,..*,. Jan 2 Snipe and wood. ATTENTIONVENICE
t Envlvwood MMIW
l...rfa..P,4 pm. Summarl"ur cock season clo.el.Jan. .
I i ry, 13 Deer season closes I PATIENCE AND PERSEVERENCE paid off for Major GOLFERSPLAY
Wdn-idav I Vm Noko
ml la Bank.. .pm 0.,.-and t0.It.. in First Second, Fourth Alex J. Korponlc of Florida Pines Trailer Park, Engle- DAY
...... NITE
Thui-1-" Con and Fifth Conservation Dis- with several
...... wood, who caught these prize
Thu .. Buaeb. 8.....* ricts. Turkey season closes others at the Venice Jetties The retired Army officer final- On rVerf Cooifi Sportier!
.., Ian Major ScratchFrl in First, Second and Fifth after several unsuccessfultries 9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOU1
his red-letter
Charlea Koch I ly achieved day
1 (Quad Her photo by 'Opm- FalaUff" Early
City size watermelons in his back yard. as provo 00,1.. Conservation Districts Duck Largest of the snook held by Maj Korponic weighed TOMMY BOLT'SGolden
2 KINO SIZE WATERMELON-Grove above. Friday" u pm. 81..... IneuranMIjidlee lOose, and coot season closes the scales at
of the two tipping
ed the 50-pounder being weighed 20 pounds with the smaller
I J' resident Clarence Owen Is best known and Ven as a In customary fishing lingo he tells his dog, Run..,. e .. m. "on-rlor. ".e>"nt Jan 4 Third phase dove 14 pounds two ounces The Englewood angler caught: the T Golf
fisherman in Englewood: and fonrl' lonlnaMind.. season closes
ice waters However. Owen also grows klng- Pete," about the big one that got away Afternoen Loo...* Jan It Special wild hog prize specimens on splnnnig tackle, using Jumbo shrimp
Monday' 1 pm -- Hekeri 8 1.lrThu..d. for bait.
Ho:;,eewlvea: archery in Fisheating Creek CLUB
atart Cwt II
- II I Labor Day Golf Tourney In Tie Feed...'tore I ..m... Valnr- Ven ritlMna.'.. and Wildlife Management Area Course' and Driving Rang.

for an Mornlni' LeaneaThunrlav
The second annual Labor in first with a best ball score .,..... 10 .m. Hou....'_ I pens Feb 28 Quail and squlr- MORE PEOPLE ARE READING OPEN UNTIL 10 PM.
i Sn IT
enjoyabteGOLF of 29 Runnerup with score r
:! Day tournament at Lake Ven a Friday. 10,11) a m. Senior Cltla., rei season closes state-wide. JUST OFF 41 ATStic.ney
ice Colt Club ended in a two- of 31 was the team of Harold ena. .tart Bept 11 I March AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER
of 13 Spring turkey
: day Seal! Gib Cooper and Ida Saturday: 10 *m, :Junior' High I Pt. & Clark Rd
in both
tie for low net .
way ream IR.abtntlw oa Sat gobbler season opens south ofStale -..
I the women's and men's divisions Beake Rapt IdAfter'. !In
f. TRY of School J.nloreRealnlratlon Road w:: ....."....."'.."" -.....,- ---- .... -,....- ...._, .
play. I Four teams tied for third / and o".nh.Llo' of th* March 27 Spring turkey
; SARASOTAGOLF with scores of 32 They were 1':1.': ....'are S.hoolI.nt.m.. and th* gobbler season opens north of
Leading the distaff linksters Sen or Hlrh Yoolh Bowline, will beit
CLUB were Charlene Rule and Olive Bill Way Yyle Kendall and rlne- the week of >pt. .. al throuihSepk Stale Road 50.
I, 1 Veah Handley: Frank Belg. U. March 28 Spring turkey ,
Arnell with 37s, while Gib BeaHnnera HlrtleaLearn CYRO'SFAMOUS
DAILES.. GREEN QQ 'hey, George Kinder and Pauline ( to Bowl Proemm obbbler season closes southof
$53 Cooper and Jay Lumley
FE Rayburn, Brad Smith, To..""... 10 ..n. S.tI. Rapt State Road 50.
paced the men with 32 sIn 111It. turd ..d *nth.
Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. Jay Lumley and Jane Mau Advanced. ('II",.. April 11 Spring turkey
South of Sarasota team play, Lumley Bob rer', and J. L. Dunn Jerry /fmpnw 1,10 Ynur, Av......_.. P""ram) gobbler season closes northof
Sunday p. Surtlnc
Rule and Jane Maurer came 'Meadows and Em Rohmann. O.toboY .. State Road 50

Shooting hours for all resIdent -
_ game are from one-half VENETIAN MOON
j ,. hour before sunrise to one-

ing half hours hour after for all sunset.migratory Shoot. (Formerly Early Wynn'i Steal Houte)

game sunrise except to sunset dove, are for from dove 2224 S. Tamtam! Tr. Phone 488-2295

the legal hours are from 12

noon to sunset.Hunters .
r fl should check their BILL MORRIS

summary of hunting rules Singing Jtorfeix/er/
and regulations for local ex- ;
.r eptlons. Hunting licenses are
required to hunt all resident

and migratory game Duck I
tamp is required to take

ducks and geese and a pubc .
hunt permit is required to ,
hunt on wildlife management

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