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 17, 1964
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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: VID00234
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
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" ( The State Road Department propriated! funds for the Venice
et this advertised this week for bids stretch of the Canal.
'1\1 of Budget/ on the $1 million East Yen- Dredges presently are at
,o'eqow.! lea Avenue Bridge to span work on the Lemon Bay section '
.|. the inland waterway. The .
lltlllordou bids will be opened In Tallahassee The East
Venice Avenue Work
, PORT CHAR. period from Oct 1 I I :
oaTH 1964 to next Tuesday. bridge will be just under one- Progresses
Circle L Vrt-A vociferous kicked crowd Rob- Sept. 30,. 1965 the city's fiscal The bridge is the first of half mile long It will beginits
I IMI1. nfl1 citizens year three to be constructed in the rise just east of the Trail,
osteiiesdajr Rule of Order under the Kean Speaks Up Venice area to cross the West reach a height of 35 feet over ,
[t here Monday night and Following reading of the Coast Inland Navigation Dis the canal and slope towardsthe d I
ti down attempts by the minutes, Claude E Kean a trict canal The others at the yet-to-be-built US 41 by The amusement area of the phases, that other phases Ewing said Smashey became James Myen of Biloxi, ''I
"the Commission to adopt civic association official, demanded north and south ends of town. pass. It will include an elec- multi-million dollar Florida would be under lease. active in the project Miss, 1* president and treasurer I
netftthi I opponents termed a to be allowed to Dredging of the canal rically-operated double lea land West development at Osprey The project has a frontageof because he felt it would be of Floridaland West and .
, add budget speak "It is traditional all through Venice is expected toget bascule span over the canalto will be completed by 3.100 feet on U. S. 41 and something beneficial to the Donald Jacob of Pass Christian .f
!toiled were feelings, In d e m o c ratio government," started next year permit passage of water mid-January, the South Sararota 3,600 feet on Little Sarasota entire West Florida Coast. Miss., is a vicepresidentThey "
- that at one point in the (Continued on page 2)) Congress has not yet ap- traffic County Committee of 100 Bay Smashey himself said heenvisioned operate similar attractions (
ndi Mayor Flavius Wood was told at its luncheon meeting Smashey was introduced at an annual count of along the Mississippi I"
the entire city commls- ; Tuesday Tuesday's luncheon by Ed 200,000 to 250,000 visitors to
: sere called upon to re- Philip C. Smashev of Os I Ewing, a committee director, the amusement center once it Gulf Coast between Biloxl and ':
RS The luwstion( by Mon w rwh is prey vice-president of the de as a 12-year Osprey pioneer. gets established Gulfport. j jr jsl
lit _.
greeted t a tt ,, firm of ------ -- I
: ,r Reynolds was ,m veloping said work I I'I Ii It
i." :'be" jam-packed audience clearing the 50-acre( amuse Q i iy
he community hall with w'4 ta' ment area is progressing rapidly t
Jut
ding applause and f and that the January

' 1. Yf n 7, v t a" 'ip l'1{ k't target should be achieved
5If believe," declared Rays barring unforseen complications i
) that you have shown He added that blacktopping d
gill bow little you all know of parking areas
it municipal affairs and I would be finished In two

upon the mayor and com L tJM weeks.
9' soon to resign" .Y w Smashey said the amusements 'I
Against Tax Hike would Include a sea-
quantum ghost town old-
which turned out
t crowd f ash I oned "mellerdrama"
ore opposition to the pro- theatre, a deer park tour
1(62464( budget and an ; train and sidewheeler riverboat
ipited hike in the mill.
4' .
rate from 5% to 7 mills ( e 4A w1c.
estimated at between 450 All ReadyHe I

SOU persons added these attractions :: t

I meeting time, the hall ,) would be ready for business Leaelflerr
10 packed that the start 't is soon as the ground-clear-
the meeting was delayed tog is completed because all
d wad could be found for the equipment, animals porpoises -
mayor and commission 'I and seals are already
mbe t. Nearly as many In hand.
pie! were forced to standup Smashey estimated it would
the two-hour-Iong be a couple of years yet before -
mg it were able to be the huge shopping center -
J \\a on the chain that : is built but he predicted
t available the canal-laced. 102-resident* \
t record turnout was in al area and the restaurant-
Jpoma to i letter and copythe motel-service station projects
proposed budget clrcu would come much sooner
i by the board of direr In all, he said the huge
i of the Civic Aasn of 1 complex covering 195 acres
\ Port Charlotte headedCarl , r fl ha' tti 0. a would represent an Investment
| B. Meyer. --- ---- --------- of $15 million
lOondollw photo br Cbwln Kabe He added that Florldaland I
Questions Intent
letter attached to a HIGH WAVES CAUSED BY DORA did not to Randy Albritton and Gary Brubacker, all West would operate only the .
amusements and tourism
r of the budget charged deter area teen-agers from enjoying a day of Englewood, while a number of Port Char
t "it was not their (the at Englewood Beach In fact, the rough surf lotte visitors romp in the background Theyare
PHILIP C SMASHEY of Osprey is holding The amusement area (in white line, lower
r commission) intention added excitement to their frolicking in the Hubert Kelly and Joanne Suggs Chris .
hiving a public hearing on water Linda Kendricks throws a beach ball and Candy Hencher, and Don Houghtahng. architect's drawing of the 195-acre amusement right) is scheduled for opening mid-Janu
proposed budget. Somebody Else park-residential-business center com ary. Smashey 1 a vice-president of Florida- 1'' I I
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'the budget! stands astied plex to be built between U.S. 41 and Little land West, the developers. ,
on this date" the Finds 'Em Too Sarasota Bay, five miles north of Venice

Iff be went raised on,to"the seven tax mills levy St. Mark's Church To Enlarge I IU There's at least one other I ,

110 per cent tax on your ,
besides Venice where
(city bill"n place :

meeting was Mayor A two-phase expansion program church's largest parish meet- The modified Spanish architecture historic the fossilized sharks teeth are of found.pre Jan. 1 Target For Harbor j
I* to order of church '
the building
by at St. Mark's Episcopal Ing in its history Sunday Mrs Dunbar C. (Doc) r
r* to i the accompaniment Church which will increasethe Cost is estimated at $30,000 will be retained. In ad- Gordon told The GONDO
I'treat, deal of gavelP church seating capacity for the building and $20000 dition to the increased seat. LIER yesterday the teeth :
"! and an attempt was from 108 to 216, was approvedby for furnishings The church ing capacity which will allow have been discovered at a :
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f to conduct a routine the congregation at the has 450 communicants and attendance for emergency seatingfor place called Scientists' Drive Work Completion > i I )
'tine
b." Iarun8 ylth the averages are 300 in 238 persons major changes Cliffs In the backwaters of ,
"utes of previous will be the addition of
meetings the summer and 400 duringthe a Chesapeake Bay. The ones
*W)' Wood i attempt to Bank Ranks winter season, The Rev rose window over the altar, there
found however, must
t the irate crowd were Eye Donls Dean Patterson, rector three additional exits one of be dug out of the ground City Engineer Tom Slider 000 earmarked for the projectby sen property sovth of the airport
sated with cries from said which will be a ramp for com and not washed said this week he's still shoot the West Coast Inland in a four-party agreement
"audience to "speak loud- 3rd In PledgesVenice Second phase of the program municants in wheelchairs, loose are on the beach as they up tog for completion by the firstof Navigation District. between the city, canal t M
several attempts by I will begin after the first and addition of a new sacristy are here the year on the extensionof The WCIND'a legal counsel, board Sarasota County and s p 1
I"1 other officers of Branch Eye Bank Is completed probably In the new clergy vesting room Mrs Gordon said the South Harbor Drive Dewey Dye, Jr, has raised the State Road Departmentlast
civic t association to com- one of six branches of the early spring, the Rev Mr and a music library storage has through Venice Airport to some objections to a reverter fall.
ir on the minutes during North Florida Eye Bank and Patterson said This will in- room A covered walk connecting Chesapeake Bay area the south city limits. clause in the right of way Meanwhile work on the ,;
been closed off for all
reading by City Clerk the only such unit in Sarasota volve Increasing the parish the church with the ex easement granted by the U.S. road through the airport is
race Rice' were gaveled County, was third highest in hall class room facilities by parish hall will be included in cept scientific research Slider said the city is proceeding Coast Guard for access acrossa going right ahead. Slider said I
1111% the mayor the state in donor pledgeslast 5,000 square feet and the parish the first phase of construction.. and that's how it got :ts on its own with the corner of the Loran Station the right-of-way has been

Y night' action at Mon month meeting. hall by 2,500 Architects are William name. grading and drainage work, Optimistic cleared all the way to Lake \
Iud, meeting was to Dr Douglas Williamson, square feet Lindh and Cyril Tucker despite a holdup in the $60Go.dollw ; Slider said he felt sure the Venice Golf Club Including !
l 196C.S5$ I Second Beading of medtcal director for theVenice legal/ problems would be ironed the corner of the Coast Guard
Idy bUdget which had eye bank; ; said 14 eyes out in discussions between property, I

m ding been at a passed on first for cornea transplant operations li J 6 Tt're1'1..M h s 'OIs t ka Dye and City Attorney M A. Culvert pipe has 'just been
previous meet- have been received to Braswell.
". budget received, according to Slider, 'i"
COvers the
date WCIND agreed to commit
1 And he declared there still 4 ' $60,000 for construction of the and 1 fa now being installed for s
1 fa an urgent need for eye donations -f. v'; t'' r ':& ; road as access to the Casper. storm drainage 'j
WEATHER to help restore the

1'1'' HUh Low Rain sight blind of throughout some of the the United, 30000 M' Tz -a d1 Bank Pair j I '

88 78 00 State whose sight could be Ve-No !j : ,,1
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; 87 68 209 restored by corneal graftingDr. ,
'? 11 i M 80 00 Williamson 1 stressedthat I 'I I
J.l2 85 73 51 the eye bank program I i
I f fTwo
'4J: :: 8S 78 45 i fa a free service depending Contest Winners '
:
.1'1'.15' 8D M M upon public-spirited Individuals : ,, '",
84 75 .75 to help .In' the goal to a

!EI4BER_TOTAL '430 conquer blindnessGuide i Venice-Nokomis Bank contest In May this year as ' t, I t -
the I part of its promotional activities "
employes were among
In the sale of travelers '
ofC Book winners in a nationwide traveler checks. Bank official estimated
r
cheque sales contest that more than 250,000 >
sponsored by the Bank of entries were received before '
America.The the contest closed Aug. 31 .
two are Lucille Snider The Bank Is the world's I ': f 1
ircus Repeater one of the major prize winners largest bank !Issuer one in 1 1,
in the first bank-sponsored six throughout the United I'
contest, and J. N. Me- States-of travelers cheque. 1
ibe
ILB5 Venice Area Guide with Venice municipal beach Kibben Miss Snider placed Miss Snider color television ,
Will aain! feature the :setting II seventh in the contest and console was one of five I ,
'
rcu. motii on iti color coy.. I The 1964 guide featured a was awarded a color TV con third place prizes The grand I' 'r1

i /......_* .nf_ Rinrtina elephant I ... soleWinner prize, a two-week vacation to I I I a
..
Briber of Commerce I girl\ on ------ were announced by the Orient complete with anew l..' :
dlapproved ridden by a pretty '
the Bank of America followIng line of luggage, movie I' a';
'iht Monday beach '.It attracted th.I' ( photo by Daryl k.tto.) .
L' a recommendation commendation the drawing of a total of camera and projector and
Mwen i and ofPublicity spread also acceptedthe INDIAN FOOTBLLLERSHere are members of the Ven: Ban Joe Henriquer. Jim Hatchltt, Larry Muntean Jim 333 winners and prizes by 12000 worth of the bank's v,' k d
Ittee that 5 The tecbmtnendatlon directors of the ice High School football team, who open the 1964 season Park, Bill Payne, Tim Waldeltch and Mike Palmer, third comedian Bob Hope at Gold. traveler cheques went to a I ;
the
k* Arabian cover publicity that tomorrow night by hosting North Fort Myers in a White row Jack Thiem, Pet Pfeuffer, Lorenzo Jones, Joel Un wyn Studios, Hollywood. woman banker In Oswego HI I r i 1 u
hick on horee Advertisingand be asked of area Sands Conference gam*. From left front row: Greg Jones derwood, Steve Bradley, Terry Hasklns, Vie Cleveland, The contest was open to Other prizes included two I ') > 1 2I'second
the beach. new bids Stahl Bob Someri, Don Christopher Pete Phil and Joel Duvallj fourth banks in station I 4t'
;nrnlttea new folder depicting Snap Lawrence Raleigh Crompton Youngberg ; employee of seller place wagon. vi
'''''et hid he arrange printers on I scenes It i II proposed Anthony Shaw, Bob Wightman Steve Dalton, Tom row: Harry Blbbe. Mlckl Lawrence, Jim Zacharla. Bruce all SO states. 25 fourth place luggage set I}( t'I
1IIe white horse woulcl area folders be Thompson, Bill Higel and Bob Havenstrite; second row MacDonald, Tom McDonnell, John Henne Charlie Hodges, Bank of America took the and 300 camera M fifthIII k I
\\raill. froth Sarasota and Its, printed that 23,000 'Tom Landgraf Hairy Clement, Ray JoeUon, Sam M**> :Nick Harper Paul( Fedea and Jack Wright", wrap oft JIM three-month : 1 1t'

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GONDOLIER, Venice. Fie TJmw., Sept. 17 1964 '
CaseIsRedocketed
Two YoungstersPulled OBITUARY Barmaid's Venice Gardens NeiREEMAN

ARTHUR E. SMELLINGArthur I

Nokomis E. Snelling, 68, of >ftSr
Nettings !543 Shamrock Blvd., Venice T
violation charge 48141704
1 A liquor Phone
Gardens, died Sunday at Ven

B1 MARY ALICE MURRAY From SurfTwo ice Hospital.Mr. was against continued a Venice to Oct.barmaid 20 by Sixteen people Interested In corned and given help] u,
P l Snelling was born in John J. Blair In city art met last week tor the er more experience 1
Judge
Salisbury, Rhodesia South Venice ber. u,
,
Phone 88.534. court Tuesday nigh. purpose of forming
Africa and came to the Unit police Art Club. Ernest A three
We are beginning to welcome again near-tragedies were' lifeguard elation, Bredlng ed States when he was 14 Mary Ritchie ot 2136 Euclid Gardens moderator and committee member M*
averted Sunday at the Venice said he heard shrill cries Terrace, Sarasota, was hale< Mantell was was cho,7
old. He this
back our nelgnbors who years came to of terrine the ?
,
Gerberich president
either have homes north, - city beach when a pair of: from another youngster, Timothy area from Nlskayuna, N. Y. Into court on a charge of E S. Venice-NokomU Art plishments goals and ICt
up Mr: and Mrs William Albright exhausted and selling Intoxicating beverage the to be
panicky young Hazeltine, 10, son of Mr two atilt,
years
I just go for a visit or those have returned from swimmers were rescued at and Mrs. Ernest Hazeltine, of He was ago a glass technician to a minor. She Is employedat was a guest. Each person The next meeting t. to i b! 4
who love their I o'clock
summer cot their weekend visit to St. Petersburg hour apart from the stornv 1017 Mrytle Ave, who' had with. General Electric Co. of the Coral Lounge on Wes brought at least one pieceof tonight0,
tages in the mountains.This and are looking forward tossed surf been swept about 100 feet offshore Schnectady, N. Y. for 49 Venice Avenue. their art work, and was Invited -
week Mrs lima Mc. to visit from WIlliam the Millard Bruce Boatrlght, 18, to give a summary of The Cub Scout heM
a Valerie Davids, 11, daughter by current. yean and was foreman at the ,
Connahle has returned to Nokomis of Rt. 2, Nokomls, the youthto their art experience, academic picBlo Sunday, sept.
Jr. and his wife end familyfor of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Breding said he immediately Atomic Knoll Plant in Schnec I II,
East after nearly three a few days this week. Davids, 736 Myrtle Ave, Venice dashe4 into the water and tady. whom the liquor was allegedly training ,etc. was lots of' fun, but p.IwpulOfce
I months with her daughter, We will be to the He member sold by Miss Ritchie, Although' most of .those! more bow.11SJJ'S'jA1
glad see was the first to be caughtIn brought the youngster back to was a of Nilkavunn ,
Mrs. Maxine Nover in Battle folks again. the Reform Church.. was given a 10-day suspended present were highly talented ,; their
young strong current which the beach where he found fin
was ' '
media
Creek Mich She also visited Survivors Include-hi. widow sentence by Judge Blairon rtlltl.1n' some Sept. "It'1:30: pm
f Sc
swept her to the north end to have swallowed considerable
with the Thomas In I Mrs Edith M. condition he Is acceptedfor five were beginners Is a. real challeng t "S
family of the beach out past the water and was exhausted Snelling; a Of'art'l *
I Bangor, Mich. She reports breakers. and son, Arthur A. Robert Snell- military service. Boat- l'would be Interested in ln, boy, teaching
frightened.
cousins and neighbors across Pitts Chosen Lifeguard Don Bredlng reported Young Hazeltine was at the log of Niskayuna, and two lic right intoxication.was charged with pub the club, the byword will Is ship.kill aI well as s<4dt

tI I the street from her, the that the youngster was beach with his brother, Orbla, grandchildren and any beginner
Conklms, will arrive back Co-op Proxy rescued about 3 p:m. by Dick 17, and two sisters, Peggy 15, Services were conducted
next week, I Walker and George Alexander and Rebecca, 14. Tuesday at Rawles Funeral Season Opened ', '

6 -o- C. E. Pitts Jr., a Venice when they noticed the Neither of the youngstersrequired Robert Home Chable Chepel of with Venice Dr.Unit.E. g a 11u. 9Ioma.

Also arriving about the High School senior, has been (!Irl'. plight. Bredlng said artificial respirationor ed Church of Christ officiat By Rebekahs l lmN
same time was Mrs. Anna named president of the VHS Walker was already in the medical attention. ing. Aw. Venia
Ecklund who has been with combined cooperative education water when he heard Vale- As an additional safeguard, ENGLEWOOD Lemon
her daughter In Arlington, club for the 1964-63 school rle'. cry for help. Breding urged this week that Bay Rebekah Lodge No. 80 I Im
( Va. She was also gone three year. Walker was the first to parents allowing their children held its first meeting of the : .
months. Both are glad to be The new club is composed! reach the youngster and was to go unaccompanied to season last Thursday with a .
back in the neighborhood and of students in the Diversified aided In the rescue by Alexander the beach Instruct them to large attendance and Important . .
in their own homes. Cooperative Education and see the lifeguard on duty so business Refreshments
the Cooperative Business About an hour later, while that a particular watch can ADIIIISSIONI following the meeting included '24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291'

-o51n I education programs at the talking to Council PresidentE be kept and the youngsters v.lem." a'rIInn a v.nk.lD'Ch, .........I cookies, punch and New GftAlN' OF'SAND
Henry Rombout's son high school. S. Raymond near the main ,confined to a small area. Blackburn, 'Saraaotai Lind. n...... York Statappl... furnishedby
has been here a week enjoy., Other new officers elected .'on. En.l.wood: i BIlHbrlh: Sr'PIid. Odd Fellow John Albrecht Turn heurgtets} end wafch -the thousands
N.nr DI ula.lo, Vnlael, en over of fln
ing his try at fishing. His who has Just returned from i
wife went other to visit her Tuesday are Alise Angel, vice Benny S..." 'J'h.m.10, Chdstophar, V.nla I "'11.... fort summer' vacation In the grain 4; send 9* t. work Every grain ti busy, {fob!

people in Bermuda. They met president;.secretary Mary Burris; Linda recording -I Irate Citizens. I II Church II w,.l,JoMph V.nlr, *'|.Ih.Pear",. VmlMl Klrkl, ,.nd.' Ralph north. The next meeting will :end rushing to get through the' small part of the glll1.[

I in Tampa and flew to their Sanchez, corresponding secretary .Mil. Ill Jut WhhMro, Nokomlilrnr be held on Sept. '24. .Notice that enly one grain et e time can get through
home in East Win.o A Stowtrt, North Port C.rlotU| There three when rush to
Troy ere
; Susan Dear, treasurer; label Tlv.mil Nokomllt I-bR l Fox, we get things doni. Wi
j I - Julie Leigh historian; Danny; (Continued from page 1) earmarked for tax collection.An NonYwe. Gk-lotl.t, AInt. . Btrwn, Bridge ScoresBridge ell hen 'loti to do, but ere we trying to shove too imny

: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Jarrett Younlaergeant.atarml/ an'aul < Kean told the audience "that allocation of $2,000 for tilt Om. H.nkin. Enilnnmllilnr grains of send through et the same time? Do w. run
I are back in our neighborhood Thayer, reporter. the people have a right to a I a new police cruiser also was v-i-t!!) Doranin, moan.,Jonas V.nle*V..I.: N.oml., Ch.rl-Krlck Studio, Sept. 7th toe many things going on et once, so that nothing h
again! having bought the public hearing on the expend-! disputed, along with a proposed oultup.. V..I.., w'llllira. Andmon, 1-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and done well For more efficiency, do one thing et rlm _I
Christman place. They sold] lure of public funds." $1,500 expenditure for gas okomlil Snit!:: 1.JEdrth.How.rd W.lu Burr., V IM.Vnlwt Mrs. Elgin Morison, 49. like the grein! of send, one et e time a *
their home at the other end REFUGEE HUMOR And he went on to declare and oil for the police car anda Rue'''Iel, Nokomlil Ruth O11I, 2-Mrs. Clare Carlson and

of Nokomis East and have already that if the city charter contains $2,000 reserve"fund labeled .ond mlMt Pleot Hu.1, VmlMi Aiutin./ Wlld Uur.lt.4. \Mown Ray., Myron Schoenfeld, 40H.S Our 5rr/cM Art Avoiloktu To All RellorJl
,. moved into the Chrlst MIAMI (AP-Cuban) refugees no such provision "then "miscellaneous nvhrwoodfl.pt.. -Mrs. D. A. Hathaway and
man place. Their daughter employed at a Miami you have a rlllht to amend An outlay of $840 for Hi M.rvln Rorm, v...... Mrs C. C. Gardener, 38%. of Financial/ Circumstances/ '
., and son-in-law and children the plant enjoy a chuckle at the charter to demand a pub- aried consultant to the 1nine t.;nlo.t.ItC.dr./ Lwrmft; v.nk.Larkln., Edna I Wendellt Otprwyl; ., 7:30: -p.m. Ueaual .h Indlata and florin.In .
lie hearinff" Advisory Board also was I '8.li Un. Bouthwortn. 0.._, M... 4 Mrs. Harry Lawrence and
{ came down from Kentucky he expense of Cuban Prime' ea PRen Venl-I. ... Funeral Business Since 1932
t and did practically all their Minister Fidel Castro. I Mayor Wood, at this point, seriously questioned es a legitimate Vmlc.1. .Jan'11.-11." Int'nrondV: EdIth Mrs. Carrie Graff, 38.
moving for them. It is a beau! Reject tile, cracked and defective announced that an amendment expenditure. Row.il) D..1.,..,. V Bor..nlMi Grind.Gartnda Fatriai Edward, Bridge Studio, Sept. 7th
t" tiful spot and now is looking is thrown In a corner -I making several changesIn There also was consider Vene.Sm'/ I p.m.
the proposed budget would able feeling vented over a t.. Ill bane Kent Furl Ch.r- 1-Mrs. W. N. Nameck, 37,
perfectly wonderful once_ ____under_ ___ _a_sign_ "Castros._ Mimi Brna Karri., Noknmlil; Hilda;
be offered by Commissioner proposed 10 per cent 'utilitytax vas M...,. V..I... E..I,. 110"'...., 2-Mrs. Corrie Graff, 39. ONE POLICY MOINSURANCE(
Gnu Thelma B. Roeder, only woman imposed on electric pow. Laur.lt Tathn-ln. J, R.liton, save 3-4-Mrs. W. Stulgls, 24.
on the five-member may- er which would net the city iota| Lnrl.' V.rlc.DISCHARGES nnr V.rlc. 3-4-Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 24.
or-commissioner board. an estimated 8,000 In additional It Anna Appol.cn. Vmlc.1, Bridge Studio Sept. tth ?]
V CA EEL P? The mayor further charged revenue. This was term. ... Boca Grand t Vlnlnla' Pullw, No. 7:30: p.m. '
'iJT that the writer of the civic ed "double taxation" bv civic kc-mui. Hobrai Mar.r Vmlo., Kith 1-Mrs. R. N. Gould and '
orI.. MIWh.ll VmlMi. Paul Mnrandl, ,'
association's pamphlet was association president Mever. Nokomla Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 41. You bet!
"badly informed" in the assertion The meeting continued for Bet Ill Baby. Olrl DIS...... <.*. 2-Col. Ira Nelson and My..
OF COURSE WE CAN! that taxes would be another hour amid consider. prod Port.).Wh v.'.>.on..,,Nokomll E.I... |r.Harry.., VmlMi Tr.utvctter ron Schoenfeld, fO%.
"more than twice the amount I able clamor and furore and a V.nle. Rleh.rd ,.......-, 3-Mrs. James G. Kalec and
I CALL you were paying a year ago, treat deal of or $40 for every man woman by Mayor Wood, attempting S..t'hd etI........ Blddl. Bradm.mi 4-Mrs. W. Stulgl and Mrs the Personal Touch
and child in North Port without much success to re H.I... /.brine Hark., Mind Nokomlil Willi.,,., Mary Vm- W. H. Namack 35%. ,r
; ABC SECRETARIAL SERVICE Charlotte."' store a semblance of order. I.., V.I".. T.ylor. North Port Char Woman's Club, Sept. 1Mb of Tailored ProROSS

C o m m issloner Roeder's City Attorney John Wood lot'Snt., Mary 11 Charlm.Und.rwond Bl.ekburn, Nokomli, F.. .. 1p.m.NORTHSOUTH.
'
I Phone 488-4406 amendment made only minor finally was asked whether the -otai Cagm Dnk. Vmlc.i Eth.l m
I \' change in the proposed budget city could legally. adopt the Johnwn h.blk. ,En.lrwoodl Entlnroodt I Andmr Ka- 1-Mrs. James G. Kalec and it f
r BOOKKEEPING MIMEOGRAPHING. MANUSCRIPTS ; reducing it by less than budget at Monday night's Nokomli! Roy Lora,Parry V.nlc.i Klrkland 11.1... Mrs. J. H. Morris, 18%.
t $2,000 from the original $62,464to meeting, considering the Rut., V..I.EllubMh., W Bvkai.t"'in, Shn>ard. Noko.mill 2-Miss Lucy Journeay and
) GENERAL OFFICE ROUTINE Plaeldii Linda
t k : 60369. Commissioners approved changes made by Commissioner Thrnmitnn. Enilnrood I Klrkwood Mrs. Clare Carlson, 1Z%.
< Roeder's amendment. Tl-hl.r. Vmle.1, Btrthl Whlu, v...
> the amendment to the 3-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and Al
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accompaniment of howls and Attorney Wood replied that Edwin: Wi...... Vl ...,_ Joumeav Jr., 70V4.
a stcalls from the audience. the commission could legally smt Ii l Art 'r Sntlllnt rnplrad' ) EAST-WEST
l' The amendment also cut adopt the budget, even with Yanks| Irene Wb.n Nnkomh.lanrv'D151qY.nL.t... . 1-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and

Bill 8I the proposed tax levy from 7mule the; amendment. He added, ."'r.. Nokoml. Anne B..,..Fhyllli. and ten II.., Mrs. J. W. Kimball, 84.
to levy for North Port CharlotteII also could refer the proposed V,Uc I Thw>dor Jablonor., North, Pmt Mrs. J. J. Nealon. 80.
Charlotte ,
H.rrr Cranfl.M
II mills. budget back to committee to Edith Dama, Bora Fnrlnrood n... 3-Mrs. J. H. Morris and
Just after the amendment'sadoption consider the suggested changes ran-CIo'I., Vmle.t' GWtnid. Fvtrlai., Miss Ethel Morison, 58.
I FORD the meeting was "which I think would be Qladn VmlMi Wiles Jin. Whld E..l_.,, Moonhavm I Bridge Studio. Sept. 11th
Phillips again disrupted by a demon. a rood! idea." 1PM

ration from the audienceand The commission apparently 1-Mrs. Louis J, Unertle and f't
one man was ordered removed thought so, too, and a motion BQU.CAILBLACKBURN. Mrs H. S. Pratt. 82.
Th. Most Alfofdahlt( Fords In FloridaS. from the hall by Mayor that the comments be taken 2-Mrs. James G. Kalec and
I Wood. ; under consideration was Mr and Mr. Ru- Mr. W. A. Schultz, 81.
TRAIL VENICE PHONE bon C., S.rainta, daughtw, II..,..
488-6787
made Commissioner
Commissioner H. W. Fox, by Roed n. Lynn Blackburn, born S,|it. e. 3-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and
I I meanwhile, pleaded with the er and seconded by Commissioner dill Dm', .. Mrs. Emmy RelUey, 5tDr. %. DURANT
THRUMSTON. .,
Mr. and Mr. !lob.
e I
I II Irate audience to "act Fox. 4 W. R. Cowan
I rrown- R. Sr "" Edwin : - and
WE HAVE up"' and a man Identified ISJohn The city attorney further Thrunuton.:: 'i..OO'1r.b: Sept I, Mrs J. J. Nealon. 54
I E. F. O'Toole] charged pointed out that the budget lion BRY80N.p" Mr. and Mn. H..ny. ,... Venice Contract Brdige 416 Mahon Dr.
Mayor Wood, a retired mill. would have to be adopted before Nokol.n. Chrbtophw Curtii anybon Club. Sept. 11th, 7:30 p.m. V.nlce
ary officer, with "trying to I Oct. 1, the start of thenew aon, Srot. 11, 4:64 p M. 1-Miss Ethel Morison and Ph. 488.2441

FALCONSGALOREAS boss civilians around. fiscal year, and Mayor A fishing or duck hunting Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 80%.
Main points of objection Inthe I Wood assured the audience boat powered by a 10 H.P. 2-Al Journeay Jr. and A. G.
budget appeared to be a that: the time and place of motor or smaller need not be Campbell, 73%. ; ;
1LJI LOW AS 9,300 item for appraisal and the special.meeting would be registered in Florida. Pleasure 3-Mrs. Clare Carlson andR. Juto (jzMij .

\ I I960 tax assessment which was re. announced. boats powered by machinery P. Cohen, 73. : ,
Thru $695. duced to $3.000 by Commissioner Other North Port Charlotte of more than 10 H.P. 4-Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Flood, I
city commissioners Include
Roeder's amendmentand must be registered by your 89.
BOYS 1964 an unexplained $500 item William H, McGee,'who madea county tax collector.
valiant attempt despite considerable -

i ALLEN | several harrassment of the to explain YOUR
VW'sfourTO disputed BIG SOUTH COUNTY

::1 I 8 through 13 Convalescent and get Items, and in W..ht Cosman proposed, Sr..ud'i. CARby II
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SELECT FROM Nursing Home I
I Florida's salt water fishing - REPUBLICAN RALLY DAY
enter 24 Hour Nursing Service ,
our ,
1 ;J Industry ranks fifth in the i ;
: .\ $695. Phone Venice 488-2702 U. S. and gives employmentto
I Bill
all PONCI DB ICON AVE. __, PMBlps
f fI freeOctober r ...- over 179,000 persons.
I -------- For best gas mileage make SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20thfor

Hp! your take-off .quickly. This\
: fJ IF gets you through the lower Sheriff Candidate
IT'S ARAMBLER gears and into high faster.

/J PUNT Of course don't use a hot '

1 little rodder's practice heavy you'll foot. get With the a MILLARD (JACK) KNUCKLES

feel. Most persons try to start
too slowly, meaning a lower

YOU WANT. . mpg Quad Venice
I PASS WE HAVE FOUR between Do yon collision know the and difference liability City East

225 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE Insurance? Many folks confuse ,
: the two. If your car is
VAN and financed it must have col
HANDICAP TOURNAMENT$1'ENTRY
GOLF
KICK
Any Cemetery
I - covers FEE

Pick-Up Trucks liability insurance U not re- \. :
LOOK quired. Liability protects you W' 1:00 P.M

competition $695.THEM wAnywhereA against lawsuit and pays damages M entrant should .be retfitered by 12:45 P.'m
on the other guy and his
OVER Many people who have moved to FlorIda car Make sure you have adequate
from another state wish to have (Interment liability Insurance, at SPECIAL GOLf EVENT
: NOW 9 back home 'In the family plot. least $ OOOO worth. Hole-lrvOne Contest.

SEE THEEXCEPTIONALLY We make ell the emngementt, 'Including Some compare used ear buy

'j t transportation to the home town, with dependability log to horsetradlnff of yester DOG OBEDIENCE SHOW
I"" year. Not ao at BILL PHIL-
CLEAN 4 end economy. LIPS FORD In Venice. Sure 2:30 P.M.

we take,tin some real dog a.tradeIn. .
\ 9 .. We Junk them. Others
1 1t Is LAST CORY AIRS we wholesale. The\ ones REFRESHMENTS FOLLOWINGTOURNEY'A
t your we keep'are good care and

DAY to sign upl! 1960- 1962 we recondition and repair DOG. SHOWI!
them and offer them for fate
1 N" on our lot. See us for your
t I I'' at $$795. next good used car. Well be Games' for' children all p.m.

WIN I Wsrm-ue Jacket place- watching! Entertainment' for no .golf.rs
II, kicker outfit, and autographed What U overdrive? Overdrive
y I football or a handsome PP1K 96 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD I.I an extra gear that '\ SPEAKERS
trophy!Compete only with boys allows
Bill an engine to turn about
i I your own age. It's frill" It's fun) Phillips ,1' >MVtiMg nOHHI 30 percent slower 'at a given Jim Tillman
FPtl Instruction book, bike 0c1 of travel
speed which saveslas
reflector, end PP4K esp for IJ'J.''atuteS'1U1t end engine wear. An automatic Jack Knuckles'State
FORDPh.
registering. Get FREE |acktpatch i klckdown feature returns Senator Warren Henderson
+ when compete Bring ,
you
the transmission
t Dad when sign' .t Jt.11 FUNERAL HOME tohigh"
you up g "
a n rtAl. .....N..t. 488-6787 .gear"A-.nWn.itt for.: extra power. ,(Pill, Pelittcef AaWffiementf2The )

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1a [ --d- S' Rally- At Quad City flit GONDOLIER! Venice. FU. Thun, Sent 17. 1964-3 't I \ j

L J"-,) Count' RepublicansKid Sunday at I for dog obedience non golfers, Including a Chile Like Florida Fruit E'wood Repubs and to attend -ert Scott, Mrs Ben Rock-, Age I
rally show and card
,
I Venice Sklolvig Russell Brooks "
Club lames. There ,
Itnb ,d will also be The committee In charge Mrs. Mary Sides, William
CdrSheriff Candidat.i.IO special events for the chil In 1 Timmins, Bert Gutherle C. 'I' fl j
a, The drefi of arrangements c u des ,
I ,) (Jerk) Knuckles at be served, and refreshments will Producer Rotarians Told"Very ToHearllolley Hopwood, Mrs Jenkins Mrs F. Higcinbolham and Mrs.
under way
,J, will gel nine te rnoon. throughout the at Robert Stephenson, Mrs Rob. Laurence Codner, :
.
'm'p' A ENGLEWOOD The Englewood ---
''NetIi i. ,hie 4 short p.m. speaking will conclude programat the few Americans real. ages, the fruit industry In' why, he said, rapid change Republican Club and
olf-0eventen!? willthbed activities Scheduled to ice that Chile has a large and Chile has a number of prob. Is unlikely.American scholarships the Englewood Charlotte ui
L d((1"1, Conjunction with the are Knucklea, Jim Tillman speak Important fruit industry de. lems, he said Immediately' for worthy students and County Republican Club will :; d
din and State Sen. Warren Hen- veloped as a result of several obvious is a lack of technology money grants for research unite in conducting a Republican swan l' HI
Q mer economic advantages Dr. ( rally In the American
will be entertainment derson / Inadequate inspection may Improve the situation
here C. G. Forshev of Cornell University and grading, a lack of commercial somewhat, but the development Legion Auditorium, at 7:30
told Rotarians Thursday refrigeration and of educational administrators p.m., Friday, Sept. 25 i
'ccla cold storage, and plantation with a different outlook Republican Gubernatorial I i.I i.
nnMV YOU CM SAVE 3 WAYS Speaking at the weekly type agriculture a that Is may be necessary before will Candidate address Charles the assemblage R Holley i Restaurant Specials I

meeting of the Venice-Nokomis very resistant to change/ real progress is made, 1
On Auto Insurance Rotary Club Dr Forshey But the greatest problem, he concluded I. B Hopwood, President of I
1, NEW LOW RATES explained he had just return. he explained, is a fundamental Dr. Forshey has a bachelorof i the Englewood Charlotte FRIDAY- g

ck 2, SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS ed from a year spent In San. one- complete lack science degree in horticulture County Republican Club, Is BAKED RED SNAPPER ................ 82c '
LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE tlago as a temporary staff of agricultural extension service from Ohio State Universe general chairman of the com I '
3 v AAGENCY member of the Rockefeller They have no county ity as well as a PhD In Pom mittee on arrangements for SATURDAY-

problems Foundation of studying that country.the fruit station agents, ,no no state federal experimental agricultural ology dition to(fruit his work culture at).Cornell In ad., the Joint as master rally and of ceremonies will officiate , MEAT LOAF ................................ 82c I ''I'

In that capacity he travel. agencies such as we where he was granted a leaveof assisted by Mrs Bea Jenkins SUNDAY- ,
have In the absence to make the Chil president of the Englewood
ed the United States
land on long the,western narrow slope strip of of The Chilean farmers must ian trip, he works with the I Republican Club BAKED CHICKEN ...................... 99c : ,

116 W. Venice Avenue South America, from the deserts pay for technical advice. N. Y State Agricultural Experiment i The committee extends an (Complete Dinner) clt i
in the north to the iceberg Most of the teachers and research Station in Poughkeepsie Invitation to all voters of the
? T I phone:400.2280STIRLING area In south Chile, observing workers In the field of I area, Democrats, Republl- I :
methods of fruit agriculture become private '
growing and marketing consultant on the side
In addition, he taught grad Thereafter, many tend to neglect !
uate course at the Catholic their academic responsibilities
'I'i" University and the University and spend most of FOR 15-MORE THAN EVER I ;
of Chile, both located in the their time In pursuit of private

lii SERVICE capital city Santiago, a me business. P
i I ropolis of about one and one- There is also a natural suspicion .
half of each other and Information
million people
eaH. "Auto Safety Specialist"i For his teaching efforts he that might be of YOUR BEST WASHER BUY! ,
was given a citation of hon great benefit Is oftimes zeal. I t
orary professorship at both minly guarded
institutes of learning The school administrators '
/
'llyIt
the economic advantages he commented, are nearly all
Among
Itil Chile has, the speaker - also private consultants and I'I'I I
minted out, is the fact thus they tend to encourage !
fruit ripens in that country private work and discourage NOW BIG 14 LBo
during the northern hemisphere efforts to develop an effec
's winter months. Thisis tive extension service That Is

k wt a very important factor in '
r'Front the development of a profit i' )
able export business in fresh NPC I.
fruit! he noted
The Chilean fruit Industry l III Fingertip Controls """ "- 1'1'W I,
also free of many Important PERSONALS --
rests because of its isolation
..
from other fruit growing .
L areas The spread of insects Mrs Sylvester Hahn flewIn
End Alignment & Repair and fruit diseases into Chile from Freernont Calif., on
has ,been curbed by the des- Sept 3 for a surprise visit J I, )
? On-the-Car Wheel ert in the north, the snowcapped with her parents, Mr. and y '
Balancing
k Andes mountains In Mrs Henry Evans of 369 Bul- I
the east, the Pacific Oceanon lard St This was the first 1 eel, giie r Po i I'
i Head Light Adjustment the west and the AntarcticIn time in seven years they had r a 4
the south seen each other and they hada
So ) flex bill You J Just pusn a
Chile, he pointed out, enjoyS lot of talking/ visiting and :2tlnO.f ""' -5"-= I '
k Brake Service numerous climatic advantages sightseeing to do before Mrs k dui and your Q E Washer y -- t
" a I
being generally Hahn left on the 10th to re- lutomat c ly seeds the correct wash ,: '
i & Carburetor warm In the daytime and turn by train. ind spin speeds wash and rinse temperatures . ..1 . "'t, 1
Tune-up cooler at night. It also has a Mr and Mrs Richard Mar- and proper washing t tine Ellmtnitei ; j k w
variety of soils. i colinl i and their young sonsMichael guesswork! "_"O +-r, r
Muffler & Exhaust No rainfall in the growing and Brian, from
season makes irrigation a Brockton, Mass, spent 10 2.MintWash. ; /
System Service necessity days visiting her parents Mr 'I
Fruit is produced commercially and Mrs. Sven Nelson on BOo System
lander Terrace While here \ .
on about 200,000 acres, _
Complete Lubrication this being only five per cent the baby, Brian, had his firs
of the agricultural land but birthday. The Marcohnls
producing 40 per !cent of the drove down to Miami for a l
4 Undercoating country's exports visit before returning home.
p pNo
About one.half of these 200 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kelseyon 1

Minor Welding Arc & Gas 000 acres are planted to Herbison Avenue left for
rapes[ and the wine grow- Pittsburgh Pa? after receiving -
ers have become a political word that their daughter
i General Repairs factor in the country. Thereis will undergo surgery Mom

very little processing of and Pop Kelsey will be on more washing d.lic.tsltem.by hand) .
fruit and the fruit hand to care for the four
remaining .
The Mint Basket holds up to 1 pound of .
i All Service GuaranteedDON grandchildren while the mother
acreage is devoted to produce / I
tion for fresh consumption. is hospitalized. fragile I fabrics-washes them with gentle, , v'
Apples, pears and lemonsare Congratulations! Mr and ipeclal-cin igtatlon., \ Water-saving MinI-
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STIRLING OWNER exported to several European Mrs. Paul Palmeter are Wash Is perfect for small ind leftover ; l
countries A varietyof brand new great-grand parents toads,tool t r
IMI S. Trail Next to Venice Mowers fresh fruits, Including They received word
leaches, plums, apricots and From their grandson and his w.
Ph. 488.2103 table grapes are exported to wife, Mr and Mr. Robert O 14 r '
the United States Shoenberg In Farmlngton -Pound Capacity! .
Despite its many advant Mich are the proud parentsof
a boy Robert Owen, weigh
ng in at 8V4 pounds. I"' I Ii

. Mrs. Ida Odell on Shumock i
'
.t: :: Avenue recently returned I
home from vaca- s. w II
a summer l I
WASHER MODEL WA 1250Y
lon which took her traveling I
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across the nation. On her way 1, And SPECIALI
west she stopped off for a : ,
visit with her sister in .. a Filter-Flo Washing/ System Automatic Rinse Agent 'I .
Which of these Phoenix before going on to For loads requiring more vigorous wash/ Dispenser a Automatic Bleach Dispenser Cold Water \
I
Los Angeles She said she enjoyed leg acton, Just lift out the MinI-Basket Wish Soak Cycle Water Saver Load Selector Pole TRADES I I
visiting Disneyland al- and your Q.E Washer Is ready to jet big celaln Tub and Basket Unbalenc Load Control'Safely I

are the best tools so where before she starting visited back with east her 12.pound loads truly clean lid Switch Illuminated Control Panel-Cycle Indicator. NOW! r .

.y twin daughters In Rochester Traaarrr-a.y ,
? and Alfred N. Y. Ida was i
for washing dishes there when the twins celebrated
their birthday together -

Happy. birthday to Mr Wil- Our Best Buy!
ot. liam Fredericks on Fremont
2 Street who Just celebrated his
1st birthday last Tuesday '
f0
Congratulations I S
Mrs Violet Carpenter on NEW 1965
Bullard Street left this week S /\
for Mesas, Arizona where she _
will spend a month visiting

with her sister 2 CYCLE FILTERFLOWASHER !
Mr. David Muir has returned ,
from an extended summer S 9 \ :
vacation in Michigan His
laughter Mrs. Jean Wilson s
4 9
and grandson David flew up I 1
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to Detroit for a two week .ti, ,, i
1R visit with friends and rela. 4V
lives, also visited In Garden .5,

e City here, together Mich. They drove back The greatest washer 'r' :' : i ,

6None Neighbors on Marius Road j1 ''I '
value have
we ever S
held a surprise birthday party Y' ,
last week for Mr Vlnclnt '
Sterba of 394 Marius Rd and offered I You must .a q ; 'I1
the evening was highlightedwith
a *''horseshoe cake" bake hurry as supply is
ed Mrs Odin and
by Anthony N'
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ertatnry not No. 1-I should never be plunged into hot, greasy HOT WATER HEATER66URCLY $17'99 4
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dishwater. Nos. 2 to 10? Throw 'em away. Then: A. Drop food PRt'

waste Into an electric waste disposer. B. Put dirty dishes, pots FOR WATER, I
dishwasher. C. Go spend some time HOT THE sl
and Into automatic electric + it
pans an.. UVELOiJGOAY WA550 Q. I'
sanitize and dry your {
with! your family. a Reddy Kilowatt will scrub, wash, .
hands and
II I dishes far better, easier and cheaper than you ever could using
I ether obsolete dishwashing. "tools". And with the new loW electric rates, III e

he'll do it at little or no extra cost. See your electric appliance dealer or ''ALWAYSHAiJOY NO DOWN O EASY TERMS

Plumbing contractor today.

f PAYMENT TO FIT YOUR

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Tomatoes 5 $1.
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CITY BRANDON. cans
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I' BORDEN ALL FLAVORS [ C I.I n Del Monte Early Garden
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F'" Pea c h e 5 Del Monte Zesty Flavored

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II,. SEPT. 17-18-19, c-....,... T_Tr Snd Swift'i plum". Allt'd. Flaronhe
t I t, HELLER'S CLEAR MINTS 1964! Apple Juice . '?:- 39c Cream . . half.!. 69cSchimmel's
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I' Delieioui I Canned Margarine . 2 e. 49c '' Quick .-.. -
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6-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Ft*. Th,,"., Sept 77, 164 101.. ... .. .. .. "




f ,)i 'i THE PEOPLE THIRD"Let's IN A SERIES-Plant A Garden"By




SPEAK ANNIE RUTH SUMMERS


Last week In article] two w* seem to be the most susceptible more than two of then TWO.
called tables in each basket
were talking about preventing ] but this virus is
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fungus or "damp off." Cap "wilt. W* have found one Feed them every other d.
To The Editor: church group of about 100 in be less sUSceptible ,
tan SOW is a good fungicideand type of tomato to With a good liquid fertlllter
I The interest and loyalty of Englewood] and Dr. Weld one of the oldest on the to "wilt" than oth (usually one tablespoonful] per

MEMBER or TUB! ASSOCIATED PRESJ *- MEMBER Of THE FLORIDA PKKSS ASSOCIATION the South County volunteers talked to this group on cancer market. Be consistent In the era Apparently the seed com- gallon of water). On the ik
continued high during the control. treatment of this disease and panics are now treating their ternate day water them wily

Hit A.......... Pram .lo oEtilusfvol. ootltlod to 001 lor _bU....... of III .... dlnpotelM. ondltod MMbUihol past year. We had set a quotaof The Presbyterian Women'sSociety you will have no trouble with seed to prevent Diseases, for plain water, At all times keep
It or not ouiorwloi, orodltod., I. this paper ... ales .Mal. Nee kor m AU rlchu. at _.bU._ $7,500 for the April Cmaade. of Englewood, and It. we've had little trouble with"wilt" the planting medium\
Of .......1 dlSPBtellM or* aIM I..HitDM We are happy to report Mrs. William Gibson, Venice, attacking any of ourvegot.bes A the plants damp
get
Mm and fcril _101.1 ooMMit ol IkltproMlr ...._ 10 ..prrthtd. sad eM ,gpbS.Mk. Mal that at the conclusion of the made a total of 363V4\ dozen There are many fungicides ] the past two year rtart producing larger and
orblddm OKMPI boo sulfa pornloilc which are the same analysis, you may
Crusade had raised $9 <100. dressings and 5 bed Jackets
we ,
Also in article] two we named have to water them
-. FubltehKl t.." Hondo sad Toarodor from 111-14 I. Mlonl' i AroouoEntmd It would have been impossible during the year. Two hundred but due to the fact they are lame types of flowers than one time more
per day
A. _.. ClaM Matte At Foot Offtao .t VinlM Florida ] to accomplish this with. fifty-six: dozen dressings were made by different under companies different grown in our fall and winter Mobility A Factor

out the hard work of over two distributed to cancer patients, they go broccoli cabbage,
I EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher hundred volunteers] and we in addition to one roll of cellu- name Your garden center cauliflower gardens: onions, brussels Growing can take in plant this nannef
valuable you and
t COURTNEY WILLIS .. .................................. Advertising Manager wish to here publicly] expressour cotton. people can give you sprouts, collards (same '* tamer into a warm god"
this Item. area
information on la
I SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor sincere appreciation for The Visiting Nurse AssoC! kale in the north), lettuce freezing weather and protect
ation made total of 169 Plants] and people are a
their efforts. a
I ROGER KILBY ...... .............................. Mechanical Superintendent Although it Is not possibleto calls on cancer patients in great deal alike In many re tomatoes(several kinds and )egg, bell plant.peppers Th, books them. There on hydroponle are several food

mention all loyal] support South County; Ninety-one of spects. "Damp off" is a plant ] garden"
t ]last three are highly susceptible hog and,. for those who
SUBSCrJPTION' RATES In county, $S.2} per year, $3.25 per six month, $2.75 ers by name, I believe it these were free calls, 52 were virus, or Infection, and only to cold damage and the time and hive

I per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $629 per year, $4.23 would be very much in orderto payment calls, and 26 paid through consistent and regular should be protected when the fun. Organic patience this li

per six months, $3 per three months.Advortluni mention one of our volun the full charge.We treatment can it be cured. temperature drops below 40 another highly gardening Is

I &......... ..' Flo 'Mo Proa. Sortloo Golnorrlllo.' Nap Am.rlc. Nomroor *... teen Mrs. William Strnad were pleased with our An epidemic of this virus can subject and one Interesting
_taU... Nm York. N. r., A'Io.... Gap Dot..... M1h.l who alone] made 2SO calls. We representation at the district spread rapidly] even to other degrees.Watch day we will
give some highlight
also] wish to acknowledge the 9 meeting, held in Bradentonin more sturdy plants than an Insecticides of on this
insecticide method
usual fine of the En. nuals. Never use an growing
support that we had ten volunteers
I iqfl I Voice glcwood] headed by More Susceptible] which will be absorbed by Our growing season hen I Is
t! South County's New Mrs. George group Clark. There present attended Five of the our Crusade volunteers vegetable] plants for this will In reverse of that in colder
: One reason we do not pr.ctlce be harmful to you and your 'states "Up north" you plant
total of 4,095 donors
were a meeting in Tampa.
When the nonprofit South Sarasota portant, first-of-ito-kind action In the area. and 5,000 pieces of literaturewere I have given personal planting certain vegetables family when you eat these your garden in the spring of
my near our blooming] annuals the Here
County Committee of 100 Inc. was being Item: The committee joined other West distributed. Average. attention to many of our cancer ] is because they are vegetables.garden ]center Again people, ask which your the fall year.or as we, we stated plant be.la

1 formed there were tome who questioned Coast groups In endorsing the sorely- contribution.30., all types of donors cases and have frequently more susceptible to these fungi insecticide is suitable] and fore,, about Oct. 1.
$2 made arrangements" for
i whether, such an organization was really needed extension of 'Interstate 75 from In spite of the fact that this transportation.! for treatments than flowers. Tomatoes safe for spraying vegetables. So many new residents

t' tecotiary. Tampa to Miami via the Lower West was the most difficult Crusade from Venice to Sarasota and Sometimes we grow the have asked about the proper
less ] such planting season and
in my 17 years of ex- other points. hardy vegetables as growing
I It was a legitimate question. Even some Coast. perience, we exceeded our In accordance with the HALEYREPORT tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant conditions is one reason we

1 I of the organizers wondered at times during Item: The committee lent its vole to a quota and raised more money recommendation of D r. hydroponically. Put decided to write this series of

their long and sometimes frustrating movement to get a survey of erosion than had ever been raised Finch, our Professional Edu shavings or sawdust, or even articles. Again, we request
t in
before in this cation soil, into a hamper or bushel questions order to give you
Chairman
c'e'iberatiois! whether headedin and what to do about themon area. a copy of
they were problems In ddition to the literature each of the following was distributed basket. Plant] one, and not more interesting articles.

the right direction. the Gulf Coast. distributed by the volunteers to all of the doctorsin

The answer came loud and clear lest Of court, it would be presumptuousto during the Crusade, 13.885 this area: By REP. JAMES A HALEY I IIT.
pieces of literature were distributed Cancer of Colon and Rectum I think it is fair commentto Venice Area Church Directory
I." week. give the committee more credit than during the year. say the action of the Senate -

: Item: When the showdown eame on the due- for the courthouse action; to lead Films were shown to six separate Pathology of Tumors in attaching, by a narrow NATRANIBL'H EPISCOPAL NOITS PORT ewARLOTT5CSURCRs

:: county commission's courthouse expansion anyone to believe that 1-75 will b* extended groups for a total attendance Trends and Practices of vote, a modified medicare told\ CDO CHURCH SolM Orfleo)
FIRST FUEBBYTBRIAH
of 207. More film Cancer Diagnosis and program to a Houseapprovedbill Tarn Wort ot UihthmnoHOT. _CHDXCH
k program the Committee of 100 was therewith next year or the year after next; showings could have been arranged Treatment. to increase Social Security Pour 0. M.daon. Vteu.Rtmdor Dr. Ttrrrneo o..n..1tIO: J. Potoraon Con VhihtNv,

a strongly-worded resolution on behalf that we'll hive to arm ourselves with but most of the .n addition a complete] set benefit. would not have occurred Hot,. Communion Borrleoot till,lot' s.sad. Sri Bra- l'Iu.daro-U o..... Wonhlp s.m-
o. hold
of the South County phase of this baseball bats and fight off industries seeking groups In our areas have seen of monographs was furnished had this not been an .... : -daC-;: . taraKo.on*

the public education films to Dr. C. F. Baxter of Venice election] year, ASSEMBLY OP GOD
:--J; $I 00,000: project. The commission reaffirmed to come here; or that the committeecan available with the exceptionof and two copies of Cancer I think the political nature VENICE.Vmloo. Br-Wor o, II,..... AnnnoKr TRINITY MBTHODIST. CHURCH
the vote of four command the to stand still and "The Million Club" and Guide ,. Vktor" Honrloo, PMtorduodor Woilor Lam
by for
program t seat Practical Nurses of the Senate vote for medicare Srhwlt" It,00 o.m.Morntnf North Port Chortotto .
f to one. erosion will cease. since the original version of to L.P.N.e. was plainly underlinedby worship 11 iM .... washes Borrfeol ... .,.. e,U tWSCSi a

Item: The committee was Informed by But South County-all South County- this ran 28 minutes, this was To a great extent I feel the fact that the marginof Franlnn Wodnoodor.Sonrlro Proror, ttOO MootlW pit see Offlclol' Plot Boordl Mondoir Sooond, S Trad:M act**.
too long for of the that I Ip...
many was responsible for om.VENICENOKOMIS.
victory given it was . .
i 1'/ the Light\) Industry Council of Sarasota can find satisfaction now In the knowl. ]luncheon clubs Mrs. G. T. Sugden (deceased) by five Republican sen.ators provided .
METHODIST:
EPISCOPAL
I County that a community audit of the edge that it has a potent voIce, whichis On March 9th, Dr. Waid including] in her will s contribution -four of whom have CHURCH At Braot Homo MISSION
showed pictures and addressed to the American Can Pita Arena a PolnotttltPhono Also Modoon. Vlo. r.
!/ Venice and Englewood areas had been going to increase in velum and is the Assembly] at the Ven cer Society which publicly] announced they cannot 4MSM1Joho Sindor sue a. Worohlp l...
understand
we their Loolo. I...... Ptotor.Worohlp ....
,
completed and would go forward shortly going to be heard more and more. ice Hospital] Auxiliary Volun will be paid shortly.In support nominee party'spresidential who .....-, I JO .... sad . .
..
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f to the Florida Development Commission It is indeed fortunate to have a live- teers.On March 10 Dr. Weld ad. conclusion, 1 wish to coincidentally, voted againstthe 'h..h 111EMMANUEL&A.Itt1 a.N.Oediat .. FIRST N.BAPTIST s.....,... B.CHURCH....
acknowledge the splendid ,
co- You' Foliohip 5sep. '
.
: The Br. Churl B. CothhoitoM" ,
t for usa in industry-hunting. Even before wire organization of progress-minded and dressed the Assembly at the ooeration received from The medicare amendment.As .. MlntitorSundoy ,

r the committee came Into being, the or promotion-conicious Individuals who think Venice High School. Between GONDOLIER radio station of this writing, it is my LUTHERAN CHURCH t:41 O.K.-, 5aod.,Ooiilcoo School.II :.
400 and 500 students were in WAMR the Venice staff of personal opinion the Senate'lmedicare ROO 8. T.ml.ml Troll .81.49Putor. .. KM: 0.01, warship Borvloo.Ii4lpm .
; ')it: jankers were working quietly on this im- positively and let positively attendance.On the Sarasota' Herald-Tribune program will not Tbo ROT. liorloi. L Rams : Yount Pooplo Mo*.

I tlI the afternoon of March and the Venice staff of the St. survive the Joint House-Sen Church School lOtIO I.US...om.Worohipl YKKp.au CIcopol Borrfco. ,
w.dnr45rs Taw HldwookProror
10, Dr. Wald spoke to the entire Petersburg Times, which was ate conference on the social Borvloo.CHURCH p.

I An Open Letter To Parents faculty of the Venice essential] to the success of security bill, which must beheld LAKESIDE 4 ml. South LUTHERAN on U.S.CHURCH 41Tho
( High School], numbering about our Cruspde. to resolve the differencesin ROT. M.Ulo H. ......... 4M-IW4 OF TAR NAZARENI
( 30. Mrs Chas. McC. Roberts the ]legislation approved Worohlp. Sorrienl 10:M OOUSundor Booth VoBho
From A as School. Ills o-ra. tat Riot of Junction 41 U4 TISPbont
I ) .r Teenager On March 11, we showed Chairman, South County, by the two Houses And if it Bible C........ till ..... 4M400T

: "The Million Club"] to a Venice. does survive in conference, I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Hunter School 11 *:l* o...
(Editor' Note: The following is let not stress whose fault it really Is, where find it difficult to believe SCIENTIST Morntn. Worship Idly *...
*00 Woo Vonleo Away Yoath supple, liM p...
ter received by The GONDOLIER from many "good" teen-agen are mixed up that the House will accept the VonlooSuiulor Eoonlnt. ....., f SO p.okWtdnorimr

Venice High School student. It is be. In just such fiascos Take a look at the Too Late To conference report. SrrrlMO School.. ,11 II.ora.Soodor ... p... Praror Mootini liM
I do not this advance .
ClassifyGrowing mean by Wodiuodor. I pm.
ing printed here II An editorial, word records.In estimate of the situation Roodloc Roomi U o-m. to 4 p... CATHOLIO
dill,. ouopt Suodoro and boll.,., sad
CHURCH or EPIPHANYMerth
THB
for word. It speaks volumes.) the paper, it mentions only three to imply] that politics Frida,. QTonloio trow t to tGRACB Horhor Drlvo o4 &rs.Mb

In the Sept. 3 issue of The GONDOLIER plants and flowers ets equipped with circular does not have its effect In TolophoMl. 4MS711Rt
cases. Do you think that's all there were? METHODIST: CHURCH ... 110.... Goorn W. CunmlwvPMtor :
end in later issues of the Sarasota under artificial light may fluorescent fixture. the House in election years OonMr of Fl.ld and Do.....
Just such parties have been going on for Just ai it has in the Senate. Bo. Edw.rd IMoktau.Sundor .
sound rather ridiculous] to The book is divided Into two undo? MOM*. (Wi... SchohMf
Herald-Tribune there were articles con years In the Venice area. Floridians who think of hor. parts with detailed Information Before this extended sessionof School Borvlool e.41 11,00, O.B.Worahlp O.B.M OoofoMhmil ISO .... IriM .... W, :M as Ill,

cerning teen-age beer parties in the South tlculture as strictly an outdoor based on the latest re- Congress has ended, I .Y.F > isle p;m., Wodnoodar.Blblo ...... red tit Botardajr... 1:10 4iSO....to.
If could sit in the school and 5bdr11s11 ,
WtdiwdorMtVBNTH
I Venice area.Parents you high pursuit. search that explains light and think it safe to predict, the pm
{ust listen for a couple of days, your darkness in plant growth, House also will adopt some DAY ADVENTIST CALVARY REFORMED' : CRUd
: Do you know where John. However, Florida, like i legislation] for POOMW Troll M. ml ooot o< Rk 41 OF TUNIC GARDENS
your lamps and equipment, how to purely political '
head would be swimming with vivid accounts other cress, is Nokomto, Flo. 1101 North Bonru Drlro
ny or Jane went last Friday or Saturday many growing construct the light garden, reasons. Putor. Ooom I. Oonta.Borrlooo Ten' .... Frond I. Bhww PloMtSaxbv
of wild stories. You know why? experiencing a switch to what to plant how to feed ) Salarda,.. .:SO .... I(>4S. BAooll *i4* ....
night? Did you bother to check? Most apartment living particularlyin But, by Its very nature p...... Sorvlooii 1 1 SO ...-.. Tuoodor.VBNICKMOKOMIS Moral* Wonhlp 11 iM ....
Because they BRAG about them, that'swhy. cities. While the and nourish for best results (member elected by districts Community Bnonilojl tito ....._
likely not. The of who our larger
majority teenagers and so on. PRESBYTERIAN
) must face re-election
area surrounding the modern every CHURCHMlnhtori IT. RAPHAEL'S CHURCBOF
attend these parties come from homes structure may be It Is written In non-technical two years) the House is closerto Dorld A. Bosh BNOLEWOODt. :

j where the parents don't bothor to check In one article, a parent says this Is beautifully apartment landscaped, those language! and with clear illus the people of this broad S4I Th.. Rlolto 4SIJ8SI, VonleoTolophooot .... IIoaro Ooorn W. Oo.-loP'

the whsrosbou'j of their kids. the parent's responsibility, not that of who dwell there miss their trations. It gives easy steps country than Is the Senate Bundor School Ira (.m, 55,45. ye., eOI am.Row45r .
on for .
installing inexpensive Wonhlp Bonlooo 1 Buodorl use O.M., .. ....
the and the (members elected from states e.1O
I As a high school student, I hear things police.All own thrill personal of tending garden it. lights, tells how to use the for six-year terms) and the Fellohlp. a.m.. HoU, 11 a., forties Co.f olono ...,.. M...

doily like, "I really put one over on my right then parents, here's your re The windowsill flower box how latest to equipment transform and bookcases shows, House therefore Is the more SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CONGFEGATIONAUCHHI8T1AHIVANbELIOAI UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

oH m/'II"! sponsibility.Check or indoor potted plant testifiesto fireplaces glass aquariums, conservative of the two CHURCH : AND RJVOKMXOTh.
the desire in the hearts of bodies, as the House, most Rlvloro ot Borrooto Ron E. ..... Choklo PU.
.
unused furniture and cheerless Too & Dam Dens __
: I'at

where .
"Wait minute children and .
i.' a you lay, "My children on your go apartment dwellers for a ] windows with responsive to the will of the Roetor.Suodir MlaMor.oWrhoo
brilliantly II
I come from a good home. They are with whom, garden of their own and a glowing] easily maintainedand people, must be. .......'-.t ol Sal Sorrtao. ConaiailM.Hor . v......hates Ctardono sea BoormUM mmponrllrth. Car

t pooular and do well in school. Such nice Cooperate fully with the police. They chance to exercise their green low cost Indoor gardens. The vote in the Senate on '.ilo/'pMror veal --. I a... eo Choroh 11 O.B.&.d.-I'. .looiot for ol

I lids tou'dn't! ba mixod In such hooligeinisn. the thumbs.In Every; plant enthusiast will medicare is symbolic of what Choroo BehooU I .... sir mope Me -=' = eta emd
to :
up are trying help situation. recent years the growing welcome this Illuminated Inevitably happens when Congress ... stles .M.. .. eas
,\\1 SOUTH r 01 and ..... Saw
VENICE: Cups.
:1 Are you sure, really sure, you know of all manner of plants indoors guide to a fascinating hobby.It remains in session, in a Mission' BAPTIST sand B. K..bto 101 Bbs.r.ab Aida

I : Sorry. The day fm come, end I shall where your child goes and what he does? under artificial light is published by Hearthside presidential election year Bart,. Or..a OU Snclowool. B4. Vtntco Oordono.FIBaSI _
I Tho Bo Arthur M.
e has become popular in some Press, Inc., 118 East 28th following the nominating conventions WoraUp Bonk, cue .Splllor.... BAPTIST CHURCH
of our larger northern cities. Street, New York 10, N. Y., of the two major Bonds Bcbooll eta o-... OF VBNICBJRlooud

. li ',I i I a Of Humor And Politics"In It is being done quite success end sells for $4.SO. parties. There Just Is no way, .FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH : School B. *Lv 4I a., PoorSundor

fully. in the heat of a presidential lHloBlploo of Chrlit) Wonhlp Borrtao, lioe, o..100,
demand for Information campaign, to keep out Moraiil Tap. toot Vonloo Ammo Trolnlim Union I liSO, f.m.
To meet the politics
I "In politics' ," the great political report. Rogers and Vaughn Meader, politics has concerning this of consideration of and actionon Worship Putor.' Tho 30 a.o & M. IMT,. W IVMln.ln..*4o Sorrtoo. Proror, f iM Mooting p.. ftN

er Frank R. Kent wrote In the Baltimore been their principal stock in trad*. Whether growing new hobby, Vernon VHS ClassesFor legislation-and I suspect llaodor 1Ichoo, as

I Sun in 1932 "it is difficult sometimes to politicians are'without humor w* don't Johnson and Winifred Car- that this condition will exist

I decide whether the politicians are humor to Perhaps Abraham Lincoln riere recently published a always
presume
say. book on the subject titled
Ij Always, that is, unless some
last hypocrites or hypocritical humor. and Adlai Stevenson were humorists Instead "An Easy Guide to Artificial Drop Outs way can be found to keep 1

I. I lts; whethar in fooling the people they of politicians. But certainly politicians Light Gardening for Pleasureand Congress from meeting be- '

I also fool themselves, which means that are seldom without a wisecrack Profit"From Students in the Venice area tween the nominating conventions the ,best recipe for folks
i it plant and flower snd the elections As
both the politicians and people are Herewith two that you might have lovers will learn the progress who dropped out of school before you may know-or may not moved to

stupid, or whether the politicians are missed this week: that has been made in this graduation may enroll know since the law passed 17 newly

\ smarter than the direction and learn how they Tuesdays and Thursdays at years' ago has been observed
and know
people exactly
Barry Goldwater he Intend to the Venice High School with
'I says can have a magic "arden in only once by those who
; f what they are doing. Probably the publish collection of nursery rhymes.The their apartment or anywhereIn Talmadg] Rushing for credit it-the Congressional passed Reorganization Venice.
tiuth Is that the their home with the aid of courses aimed at high school]
politicians smarter
are titl.? "The Butcher the Baker and Act of 1947 require
special soil treatment and competlon. that It/ Tab om plion all ( "covpei Wow"
but Congress end Its
not much smartsr and that both "
are the Stereo-.ker. Business
courses being off.
Irtificlallleht. annual session on July 3 ex idd Rostra with baskets! if flfti( IM I
,
"
1// without any humor whatever. And-In the equal time tradition-Sen.Hubtrt So wide has the interest become ered in Venice consist of cept in case of emergency Information about the city, jtir to poo-'

,J Humor and politics are hopelessly Humphrey remarked. that Mr. that a number of thenation' bookkeeping shorthand. typing and In vitew of the vast scope bit hospitality, and you'll.km IMerow >

.. tangled it Our have Goldwater'i trouble ]leading florists and ] of the operations of the federal lad .ellfUfut tin; csmL. Just
seems to us. politics Is that he si the are growing Upholstery classes at Laurel -
nurserymen government and in view phone vi,
I.I. '. always fascinated our humorists, and from world "through rose-colored bombsight." plants especially for this purpose as well and as Enelewood the] slip cover are open end, of the tremendous amount of

Crockett and Mr. Will and providing detailed legislation] each
j. Davy Dooley to -Norfolk Virginian-Pilot instruction for the drapery class at Laurel.An Congress
preparation -
must consider that date ,
art class] will be held on Welco
and of such indoor
. Jii1! l) care Monday mornings and afternoons seems unrealistic-In fact, it el aeon
Grassroots Opinions"Senator gardens. at Laurel] has been proven to be,, Just ;
,
City apartment dwellers Basic Bishop clothing classes .that, and year after year we v"

John J. Williams, the Delaware program to meat the needs for outdoor can now garden create\oh"re their own plants indoor Tuesday will be held at Laurel on .-deadline stay in morning and after
Republican who first opened the Bobby recreation facilities. It would b* largelya thrive the year 'round. Where noons.A last year) on the theory that ------------------' .-. -

Baker. scandal charges' that the Farmers pay-as-you-go project, with funds advanced they can have chrysanthemums course In Radio and TV an emergency exists. WELCOME NEWCOMERS! . ,,i

Horn Administration has been lendingmore basis with the blooming at Easter, servicing<< will be meeting at But perhaps, someday, w> Usi this coupon to let us bow JOI'" here '
on e sharing states, cut annuals] foe Christmas Laurel on Tuesday and could get around to providing

than $1,000 an acre to convert croplands to be repaid from receipts after 10 years. bouquets, or grow ra-e orchids Thursday evenings.For for all-year sessions In thefirst ILAllfADDRrtt I

h' Into golf courses, country clubs and Thus the taxpayer will hive recreation plants.and many other exotic additional Information (or non-election) year J. .
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contact the Sarasota of each
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hunting preserveI far cry from their lending where it belongs, and it will not You will find them in old munity School, 1001 S. Wash. aeven-nlonth sessions in the CITY_ ,

7 farm purposes. . There Is a recreation converted aquarium tanks ington Blvd. phone 958-1332, second (or' election] )I year. D PI"" Iw till Welcome Wipm Hostess an M mt I
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f program and It It going through the legislative used by the Agriculture Department to that have been remodeled and or you may obtain information This would provide time at D I would like to subscribe to tin '
provided with artificial light or register at the time of the end of the first GONDOLIER
perpetuate a bureaucratic which year for '
mill The House has agency / D I ilrMdy subscrRw to DM
now approvedit usually from flourescent] the class meeting at the placeof ] the committee work necessary GONDOLIB

and It I I. heading for the Senate. This has evidently run out of legitimate bulbs, or they become an entrancing meeting. Rushing can *1- to get the Congress really Fill out coupon! sod mill t to Circulation fopl,.

b a 25-year land and water conservation places where it cn get rid of our money. bookcase,center or as banging box in bask the so help with these Information classes. regarding the going second: at year.the beginning of




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By DOBOTHI OAXMOBWomen's
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oss At Banquet ::J 0 t ting s Editor I:,

Phone Items to 488-5808 1,1 :,

4'BOII'' of then .,. ,

according, to the local r Area artists and art-lover Visitor last winter who .'I

Mid Professional chosen Gold StarMothers who have not yet seen the liked out town to much they !
r.Club.wiH'be Pachner how at Rlngling decided to live here are Mr
I JIOup" annual Bosses Museum would find it well and Mrs. W. F. Breen of BOfl
I Banquet W6 rat. 14 at worth their time to attemptto Granada Ave. Her son, Philip a 6 zrtOb :' ,;
el1lan" TeaIs 'get'there by Sunday, the Leffingwell, has enrolled at f' I 1
recipient of the honor, last day of the exhibit. It they Venice High School The I I
wiD receive an engraved are not looking for "pretty I Breens cam from Boonville, ,. / aadl I Ii "II III ,
led plaque, will be rhos PlannedArea pictures," that is. "Pretty" N. Y. "snow country" Mr. I 4
the barb of letters sub could certainly not be used to Breen calls it near the Canadian 7at
n 6f dub members. describe the powerful and border. They arrived v ; i '
ed Gold Star Mothers will I
Loul.e Spear It In often disturbing canvasses in last Wednesday p
the letters ,and has be'honored at a tea given by the show which cells for tome -.0- \ '!(
!BeDr B Robert Chable, Veterans of Foreign War long second looks. Mr. and Mrs. Sherburne P.
v Auxiliary Oct Sept 27 from 2
rnyth Brohard andShockey -oWe Sweetland of Mission Valley !
or Chief.John toM to 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs hear that the E. V. came home from their sum '
;f : Name of the May Rasraussen of' Bayvlew Pomeroys of Shore Road got mer in the North Carolina : '
ludfies.&
e and writer of the lef Parkway, Nok ml.. home Tuesday from their extended mountains in time to welcome
hn! not !Included in the The'' honorees' husbands, trip to Europe and their son-in-law and daughter I'
Led letter VFW Post members and their have not yet had an opportunity Dr. and Mn. C. G. For- 112a I
L Sovereign 1* gen- wives and all Auxiliary members to talk with them. We sey, who are returning to this ,
Ruth ;
I chairman of the banquet are invited. Mrs Harry shall find out more about It country from Chile. With
1 Pierce, pro- Miller t is' chairman of the next week them are their two children, ',
Hope
lira ,event. -oIf Douglas and Gregory, and \
chairman will be Mr. At the'' group's September anyone can pack In more Dr. Forshey's mother, Mrs. i;
'JIll| speaker meeting it was voted to donate lights and activities than did Opal Forshey. A professor at
Dunedin
Freed of ,
'trice of the* Florida FedL a flag to Osprey Parent- the Ralph Thomases and their Cornell University, Dr. For- ALL SET TO GO on the decorating of Venice Yacht Club to right, Mesdames Roger IsphordingRobert( Mahon A. ';J
Ident of Bu ines. and Pro- Teachers Assn. and to hold a four youngsters on their recent they has been in Santiagofor I tomorrow for the club' 'Hurricane Party" Saturday evening Bradford Smith Ralph Thomas and Robert Spaulding. 'II I I
rummage sale within the next three-week vacation it a year on a Rockefeller
Women's Qubs. She are members of the dance committee. They are, left
]and talk toward few weeks, time and place to should be a record. They visited Foundation assignment. They I I '
direct her be his sister and her family, will be here until Sunday, '
announced later. Mrs.
beau, who will be guests Elizabeth the Ward Odenwalds of Halle- after which they will go on totheir ,
Boyle was appointed VYC Plans Hurricane
and explain I Party"Gladys ( !il I
\* member. andpurpos- chairman of the sale. site, Long Island saw theWorld' Hyde Park, N. Y. home
!ten the .1m.President Mrs. Appointed to the refresh Fair, toured New before Dr. Forshey returns to
'at" BPff. England, explored Canada Cornell.
caret Enochs of the local ment 5 committee for the Oct. from Quebec City to Montrealand -.0- and her sisters are featuring prim rib of beef requested to wear the kindof rated with signal flags, an'f' 'f
meeting at Venice Civic
will present the award. Center Mesdames ended up with six days Dr. and Mrs. Frederick definitely not invited to the will be served at 7 p.m. and clothes they would don chore and lines, tracking I
uto covering the noml- Girard were Palmer Harold rest at Brevard N. C. where Strammer of 240 Coral St. "Hurricane Party" Saturdayat dancing to the music of Bud were a hurricane impending.A charts and a radar scope as j
ol letters, which are now and Warren, Havnes they visited with the Ken took their sons Freddie and Venice Yacht Club, first Lawrence and his "Hurricane rendezvous with Paae-A- well as palm fronds and other \
I called for by the club, ald Smith, Teller. Mrs.will Don ben Browns. The Browns are also Eric, on a two week campingtrip event of the club's fall social Hunters" will begin at 8:30: Grill Yacht Club is expectedto greenery and floral an.
be found in the club'sthlr -president at home again. getting home juat before season. p.m.Dress swell the attendance. Six rangements. J
bulletin. charge. school opened. They spent the The party will be a buffet will be informal and boats bringing approximately Guests will be provided 1:"
a and reinstated memo Mrs. Stella Curwood cele- first night at a campsite near dinner and dance. The buffet member and their guests are 40 persons, are expectedto with fun hats as favors. I I,,
< iccepted it the group's brated her ninety-third birth Ocala and went from there to arrive during the afternoon The pool will be open,
:ember meeting include Elementary PTA day Sunday at a local nursing Unlcol State Park in North and most of these are weather permitting, Mrs. Isp t
Erma Collins, Mrs. home with a gathering attended Georgia. En route home they St. Mark's Church Begins expected to stay for the dance hording said.Members I r
Mr. Betty Tallin. spent several days with college and return to Pass-A-GriUa on ;
i Bower, Open'House by her son and daughter- a ahold make reset t
Laura Ferguson and in-law Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cur- classmate of Dr. Stram Sunday vatlons by calling the club. J,

Beverly Krueger. An house will wood, her grandchildren and mer in Macon, Ga. Winter Schedule SundaySt. Mrs Roged Isphording v
open program great-grandchildren. A big -o- heads the dance committee.She .
highlight the first meeting of birthday cake marked the It homecoming will be assisted by Mrs. ARLIE GRAY
the Venice Elementary Par s'P: Mark' EpiscopalChurch Registration for the Church
LA MARRBEAUTY ent-Teacher Association for event The grandchildren and Frank Allen will begin its winter School children will follow Ralph Thomas, Mrs A. Brad. I ART SCHOOL GALLERY
.
their wives who helped celebrate Downing, USA, at the homeof ford Smith Mrs. Robert CUSSES IN DRA WINO
schedule of worship Sun the service in
the 1964-65 school term. on 9 a.m. Sunday
his
were Mr. and Mrs. G. father Carence Lee Spaulding, Mrs Robert Ma- AND PAINTNO
The Initial meeting of the their respective class rooms. . IMf Emilnc . . ;
and Downing of 10 Downing St., day.The hon and E. D. Dawson. t
A. Curwood and Mr. Mrs. Mrs. I PW.C' .* DeinoiMtrUlani'
new school is scheduledfor schedule will be: 7:30: The Rev. Donnis Dean Pat-
year Charles Curwood. Grove City, last month. He JaG W. Vend A... >,
SHOP 7:30: p.m. Monday Sept. flew home from Korea wherehe a.m., Sacrament of Holy terson has announced that he The clubhouse will be deco I'I!
21, at which time classroom Weekend guests-o- at the John' had served for the past Communion; 9 a.m., Family will again conduct the Adult I, I"
SPECIAL will be open for inspection Service (Holy Communion at Bible class at 10:00: a.m. each from .
Bradishes were Mr and Mrs. ; year. Helping celebrate the new our College Shop : ; 1hix3horcr j ;
second
PERMANENTS Teachers will be in their respective Peter K. Bradlsh en route i furlough were his sisters this service on the Sunday In the Parish Hall. .
classrooms to meet with their two Siamese cats Mrs. Billy Bierce and Mrs. Sunday of the month); 11 a. The rector has already begun I !'

the parents. from San Angelo, Texas to Floyd Davis, and his brother, m., Morning Prayer and Sermon a long-range training program I;
The business meeting will (Holy Communion on the for the Church Schoolteachers
$'
$5.95 S be held at 8:30: p.m. in the Boston roll next where week at Pete Massachusetts will en-- wood.Robert Frank Downing left of last Engle-week first Sunday in the month). They will attend a $ '14 i' I I'I'
The Sacrament of Holy
school cafetorlum. Institute of Technology.Peg for duty at Camp Gordon, bi-monthly workshop where . t
PTA president Ralph Mater Communion will be celebrated they will learn various teaching
(MARY BISHOP said business under discussion and John have three cats I on Saint's and Holy Daysat methods which will focus oxford '! :
and the said it quite
was a Ga.Sisters
will include the proposed 10:00: ..m, during the on a course in developmentof : ,
Formerly with Center budget and plans for the annual weekend. I HostSecretaries Holy Scriptures, techniquesof stripes t ; ( "!

Beauty Salon Hallowe'en carnival. A wooden wedding anniversary week.WW group leadership, various I! I
OS. NOKOMIS School principal James S. I aspects of the faith of the strike it ..
and Vets To Plan/
the fifth i for Mr. I I (
will Christian Church and a brief I t tI
. 01 f Casey Key Turn-Off. Dunaway answer questions Mrs.: H. E. Nasa of Venetian I
I
PH. 488-5560 on the new report cards Gardens was celebrated witha Sisters Mrs. Marguerite Membership Drive Introduction to the history smart", '
and the school curriculum. and background of the Episcopal :
Griffin andMrs..
Marjorie -1'
I dinner party Saturday at Plan for an October membership i
which Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Williams were hostesses at drive will be madeat Church. '
Baker *f Point of Fines were their Banyan Drive home the meeting of Venice Area chairman Mrs. Hannah has Shannon, 4.00 i(4i1ii/irii'i9( / }'i': \
announced that
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES host and hostesses. Amongthe Thursday to National Secretaries Barracks 764, WW I Veterans, the coffee and social hour g < i' '
Assn. of the Venice
guests were Mr. and Mrs.R. and Auxiliary Saturday at 8 will follow the A
11:00
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY Waddel he was beet Area. p.m. at Venice Civic Center.A each : a.m. services t
on
Sunday ,
TRADITIONAL man at the wedding. The Mrs. Thelma Clabough was legislative report will be ,
table was centered with an Initiated Into the club. Others made by Harvey B. Minis ei
Let in style your favorite auor arrangement of Cattlyea orchids attending were Mesdames department legislative direc Bible Study GroupFirst
ceramic: Mo beautiful lamps. and a bell motiff was Billie Stamper, Julie Ballard, tor. Auxiliary members will fall meeting of Mat- i l l (
1 1I
used in decorations. Marjorie DeLao, Dorothy serve refreshments after the rons' Bible Study Group will
t Rewiring; Retryffnj ....0- Douglas, Sue Ester Virginia meeting. be at the home of Mrs. A. E.
All Lamp RtpainWork Busy Emmy Reilly was a Horn Margaret Slack, Carolyn
All WW I veterans are In Bethel of Colonla Lane, Nokomis I
Minger, Sue Robbins,
by Experienced, Designer and very surprised and pleased Doris Schroeder, Ann Scott vited. Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. .
birthday celebrant last week '
Mrs. Martin Sharpe of Pla-
I
Gerona and two guests, Mrs. Margaret r
when Mrs. Carl Hamilton of Debserf Card Party more will be speaker.rrzovEn.
Busby and Mrs. Irene
232 San Marco Drive got to-
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Showacre.Mrs. 1 ::1 I
gether several of Emmy's Planned For Oct. 2 .
Schroeder, pastpresident ; : :.
close friends to help her cele. ;
W N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA who moved on Saturdayto First In a series of 1964-65
brate the event Tuesday evening
dessert card
monthly partiesby
North Carolina was presented
Mrs. Hamilton's home.
at
with a golng-away gift Veterans of WW I Auxiliary ii"I

and a surprise baby showerwas will be held Oct. 2 at GULF Superb tailored casual shirt with back pleat ; .
li R'r given for Mrs. Scott. 12:30: p.m. at Venice Civic I and ,
6aI7 *i Next meeting will be Oct. Center TAILORSFROM loop.All cotton oxford, so easy-care.

S at the home of Mrs. Douglasat The parties will continue THE ARCADE I Rich two-tone strlpings on white. 28 to 38. :
721 Apalachicola Road. through May. I j ,
Mrs. Rex D. Sowle will be to I
Crowef/s/ To Hoist in charge of the Oct. 2 event 231 W. MIAMI I BEAU'SVenice
and requests reservations although I'd' :
AVENUE ] ,
V1TC Mixed BridgeMr. they are not required.The J \

.s and Mrs. Ray Crowell parties are open to the Just West of Rawlei/ Shopping Center
will host the Venice Yacht"tub public.
mixed bridge evening
'f.
r Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the i I'r re '
club.

r rer Those wishing dinner be-
Fore the play should make

> their reservations at the club I.I I.
not later than Tuesday, Din- I
ner Is served from 6 p.m.
Progressive bridge Is play.
,
R rl ,
ed but foursomes are also p

.f welcome. Members and their
guests are Invited. ei

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1 1 'i THE PEOPLE I "Let's Plant A Garden"By



SPEAK I ITo ANNIE RUTH SUMMERS

last week In article two wewere seem to be the most .u cepo more than two of these verge.
tables in each basket
M W talking about preventing title, but this virus is called
fungus or "damp off." Cap- "wilt" We have found one Feed them every other day
The Editor: church group of about" 100 In tan SOW is a good fungicideand type of tomato to be less susceptible with a good liquid fertilke
I The Interest and loyalty of Englewood, and Dr. Wald one of the oldest on the to "wilt" than others. (usually one tablespoonful per

MEMBER Of TRI ASSOCIATED PRESJ: .- HEUBCR OF THII FLORIDA PKKSS: ASSOCIATION the South County volunteers talked to this group on can market. Be consistent In the Apparently the seed com- gallon of water). On the il.
continued high during the cer control. treatment of this disease and panics are now treating their ternate days water them with

Th. AHoeuttf. ..... to ...... antttltd M" ow for _Dlfeatioa. of all .... dhpr.b.s tedlt...d W" past year. We had set a quotaof The Presbyterian Women's you will have no trouble with seed to prevent ,diseases, for plain water. At all times keep
I n w. not, o'h.. ..... .red..... .la Oili p.p r. tni ato. bail. aobllilnd. amn AU rlshla of naoMlntloaPnbllihod $7,500 for the April Cru Society of Englewood and it. we've had little trouble with the planting medium damn,
of PMII| dtorwulni ara alia raiarna sade. We are happy to report Mrs. William, Gibson, Venice, of our As the
"wilt" attacking plants
any get larger
Tht ..w..04 aal. adr.rtl.liit, ..Mit of Ikto ampaa KVrrldiM .. ka _".... b that at the conclusion of the made a total of 363H dozen There are many fungicides and
onailr torbldd..pa o. wrlttra p..leb.. which are the same analysts, vegetables the past two years.Also Start producing, you may
Crusade we had raised $9,400. dressings and 5 bed jackets
in article two we nam- have to water them
Star? Monday aod Thandar Froa I1S-I4 E Miami, A_.. It would have been Impossible during the year. Two hundred but due to the fact they are of flowers time more
ed some types than one per day
I Bnund A* _n4 CII.! .,.. Al Pet Offlai *< ,...., 0114.u to accomplish this with fifty-six dozen dressings were made by different under companiesthey different grown In our fall and winter Mobility A Factor

out the hard work of two distributed to cancer patients, go
t EDWARD D. BALL ............... ....................... Editor and Publisher I hundred volunteers over and we in addition to one roll of cellu- names Your garden center cauliflower gardens: broccoli onions, cabbage brussels, Growing can take in plant this manner

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager wish to here publicly express cotton. people can give you valuable sprouts, collards (same as you into a warm and container
information on this item. area i la
SAM DILLON .... .............................. News and Newsphoto Editor our sincere appreciation for The Visiting Nurse Association kale in the north), lettuce freezing weather and protect
their efforts made a total of 169 Plants and people are a
ROGER KILBY .......... .. .. .. . (several kinds), bell peppers, them. There are several
q I .. .... ... .... ... Mechanical Superintendent Although it Is not possibleto calls on cancer patients in great deal alike in many re tomatoes and egg plant. The books on hydroponlc ,ardelloIn good
South of "Damp off" Is a plant
mention all County Ninety-one spects.
loyal supporters
last three are highly susceptible and,. for those who
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3,25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 by name I believe it these were free calls, 52 were virus, or Infection, and only to cold damage and the time and patience have
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $625 per year, $4.25 would be very much in orderto payment calls, and 26 paid through consistent and regular should be protected when the fun. Organic gardening this i is

per six months, $3 per three moatha.Adnrtwn. mention one of our volunteers the full charge.We treatment can it be cured. temperature drops below 40 another highly intere.tII..ubJect Is
I Krprntntatlnti Flo Ma Pnai ....,. GalMvritla, tla.1 ".m... Nawwaw !... Mrs William Strnad were pleased with our An epidemic of this virus can and (
....utlvM, New' Vora. N. r., Atlanta Ga.. D.frolt. ...... who alone made 250 calls. We representation at the district spread rapidly, even to other degrees.Watch one day we will
give some highlights
also wish to acknowledge the more sturdy plants than an Insecticides on this
9 meeting, held In Bradentonin of
of insecticide method growing
usual fine support of the Englewood that we had ten volunteers nuals. Never use an
which will be absorbed by Our growing season here Is
. : South County's New VoiceWhen group headed byMI'II. present. Five of our volun- More SusceptibleOne vegetable plants for this will In reverse of that in colder
George Clark. There teers
attended the Crusade
do not
reason we prey and stales "Up north"
be harmful to you your you plant
the non-profit South Sarasota portant first-of-Itt-kind action In the area and were 5,000 a total pieces of of 4,095 literaturewere donors meeting have in given Tampa.I personal tice planting certain vegetables family when you eat these your garden in the spring of
my near our blooming annual the Here
Committee of 100 Inc. Item The other West distributed. Average vegetables. Again, ask your ycsr. we plant la
County wai being : committee Joined attention to many of our can is because they are garden center people which the fall or as we stated be.
formed there were some who questioned Coast groups In endorsing the sorely. contribution, all types of donors cer cases and have frequently more susceptible to these fun insecticide Is suitable and fore, about Oct 1.
$2.30,
made for
1 whether such an organization was reallynecessary. needed extension of Interstate 75 from In spite of the fact that this transportation arrangements for treatments gi than flowers. Tomatoes safe for spraying vegetables. So many new residents

: Tampa to Miami vie the Lower West was the most difficult Crusade from Venice to Sarasota and Sometimes we grow the have asked about the proper
In of less hardy vegetables such as planting season and growing
my 17 years experience other points.In .
j' It was a legitimate question. Even some Coast we exceeded our accordance with the HALEYREPORT tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant conditions Is one reason we

, of the organizers wondered at times dur Item: The committee lent its voice to e quota and raised more mon- recommendation of Dr. hydroponically. Put decided to write this series of

( ing their long and sometimes frustrating movement to get t survey of erosion ey than had ever been raised Finch, our Professional Education shavings or sawdust, or even articles Again we rei:,ie-t
bushel questions in order
soil, Into a hamper or to five
before in this you
e'e'iberatio-n: whether they were headedIn problem end what to do about themon area. Chairman, a copy of basket Plant one and not more Interesting articles.
each of the
In dditlon to the literature following was distributed
the right direction. the Gulf Coast. distributed by the volunteers to all of the doctorsIn

The answer came loud and clear last Of course, it would be presumptuousto during the Crusade, 13 865 this area: By REP. lAMES A HALEY I
week.. the committee credit than pieces of literature were distributed Cancer of Colon and Rectum I think it is fair commentto Venice Area Church Directorv
more
r give -
,
during the year. say the action of the Senate -
Item: When the showdown came on the due- for the courthouse action; to lead Films were shown to six sep Pathology of Tumors in attaching, by a narrow ST. MATHANIBL'S EPISOOfAt: WORTH PORT CIIAELOTT5ceuacare

;: county commission's courthouse expansion anyone to believe that I-7S will be extended arate groups for a total attendance Trends and Practices of vote a modified medicare OM GDC CHURCH] Sklx OfTI.)
of 207. More film Cancer Diagnosis and program to a House-approved .. _.. TOST PKESBYTERIAH: CRURCI
Turn W at "'orh
: the Committee of 100 there the after CommtniHr OmtrDr.
r program, was next year or year next; .., ....
showings could have been arranged Treatment. bill to increase Social Security P tor 0 MwlMfi." V. TormM J. Pot_, 11''"""'..
with strongly-worded resolution behalf that we'll have to ourselves with Snadar S.r.l a Wonhln
on arm but most of the .n addition, a complete set benefits would not have oc Communion M and Ir* 8na- SnTte
t of the South County phase of this baseball bats and fight off Industries seeking groups in our areas have seen of monographs was furnishedto curred had this not been an dara.VENICE.. Ch.\-.lda:\: ; ...sN.TRfNITT hnhannMlr

the public education films Dr. C. F. Baxter of Venice election ;year. ASSEMBLY OF GODV..I.
$I 30,000 The
commission here that
project. reaffirmed to come ; or the committeecan
METHODIST: CRCRCIW
available with .
the exceptionof and two copies of Cancer I think the political natureof Rr-War at Myrtb ArmntH.T. .
I j' the program by a vote of four command the seat to stand still and "The Million Club" and Guide for Practical Nursesto the Senate vote for medi- ( Victor Srhwlt,Mrarloa.limo ...Paitorfandar .. Port I T Chnrlotto LMM.Hortk .

: to one erosion will cease since the original version of L.P.N.I. care was plainly underlinedby Me.ri.lm Wonhlp, II0 .... Wnnhlp BorrleM 110..'. 'U L.
this E"'n.' 5rNe. nuo ... were Pint Mondw. S::00< pm.
Item: The committee was Informed by But South County-all South County- too ran long 28 for minutes many, this of was the that To I a was great responsible extent I feel for the fact that the marginof W it R. ,
victory given was ,
the Light Industry Council of Sarasota can find satisfaction' now In the knowl luncheon clubs Mrs. G. T. Sugden (deceased) five provided .
by Republican senators
I County that a community audit of the edge that it hat a potent voice, which On March 9th, Dr. Wald Including her will a contribution -four of whom have VINICK-NOKOM1S: CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL Seont HOUR MISSIOHAt
; showed pictures and addressed to the American Cancer Fain A... a PolnaHtlaPhoo. Pttor ...... v......
.':' Venice and Englewood areas had beencompleted Is going to Increase In volume and is the Assembly at the Venice Society which, we understand publicly announced they can- 4I8-UI1 8. d..r coo .... Wonhltvion. ...
Paitar.Wonhlp
Jobs Imfci IOHM
and would go forward shortly going to be heard more and more. Hospital Auxiliary Volun will be paid shortly. not support nominee their party'spresidential who ......, 140 .... aa< . .
....
"1. to the Florida Development Commission It i. Indeed fortunate to have a live- teers. In conclusion, I wish to coincidentally, voted againstthe 'h..h 110Io..11 et1S .. FIRST N.BAPTIST Bunnirn BM.TV CHURCH..
f On March 10 Dr. Wald addressed
acknowledge the .
splendid
co- Jlolbodb& y..1Io htkn.htR seeEMMANUEL ....
for Chnrta B. Cnthbrto,
use In Industry-hunting. Even before wire of medicare amendment.As .
organization progress-minded and the Assembly at the ooeration received from The 10.... Mlnbtor.Sundw .

: the committee came Into being, the or promotion-conscious individuals who think Venice Hiuh School. Between GONDOLIER radio station of this writing, it Is my LUTHERAN CHURCH *>
fjanizeri were working quietly this and 400 and 500 students were in WAMR, the Venice staff of personal opinion the Senate's TO* S. Tmml.ml Tr.ll 48 -4MIPutor. II 100...., Wonhlpa s.
on m- positively act
: L i positively. attendance.On the Sarasota Herald-Tribune medicare program will not Church. Th Schooli. a.till rharba.... L >4l ..., Vow.* P_. MM
i I +i the afternoon of March end survive the Joint House-Sen Tide .. Golpnl srvba
the Venice .
t S staff of the St. Worriilpi IQiSe a.n.LAKESIDB W"'ln MUrt net ..... Hldprmjrw -_
10, Dr. Wald spoke to the en- Petersburg Times which was ate conference on the social tttnlon.CHURCH .
I An Open Letter To Parents tire faculty of the Venice essential to the success of security bill which must be 4 .. Sooth LUTHERAN on US.CHURCH 41
'li High School numbering about our Cruspde. held to resolve the differences Th. "' a>Mn H. af....., 48SIOMWorahlp OP TUB NAZARENI:

t'k/' From A Teenager 30On Mrs. Chas. McG. Roberts, In the legislation as approvedby Sunday School a.10:10. lilt a.nvBlbla .... But South of Junerhm VonlMtot 41 u4 7'11PhoD.
'I. r March 11, we showed Chairman, South County, the two Houses. And if it CI.... SilS, ...., .I 4>a-fO Tftundu
"The Million Club" to a Venice. does survive in I
; conference FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST. School 1 eM: ....
(Editor's Note: The following Is a let. not straw whose fault It really Ii, where find It difficult to believe SCIENTIST Morninr" Wonhlp 10.M e.m.v.u

ter received by The GONDOLIER from many "good" teenagers are mixed up that the House will accept the WO Wart Von Vtnlo,... Arena* BotTleo..rvlMI. 4.M f 10 pm.Eranlnt tm.Wodnoidw .
conference Sunk ferrlM, 11 .. Prayer M_... T,10PM.
report.I "
a Venice High School student. It is be. In lust[ such fiascos. Take a look at the Too Late 8.a.... Sckool. 11 m.m.W _
To
ClassifyGrowing do not mean by this advance llUKlW. a.....
ing printed here as an editorial, word records.In .. ..
estimate of the situation Milne. 11<>0. 11 ... la 4 p... CATHOLIC
for word. It volumes. dally UMpt Sundtra Mid holldwi, .>4FrKUr CHURCH OP TUB EPIPHANY
,I speaks ) the paper, It mentions only three to imply that politics ...Blim Iron > to" e. Krtk H.rbor Drlm and Stranta ..
In the Sept. 3 issue of The GONDOLIER flowers does not have its effect in T.Upnoool. 4W-I7I1
plants and eta equipped with circular
cases. Do you think that's all there were? GRACE METHODIST: CHURCH ... .... Moss Gom W. CnuahM.
end In later Issues of the Sarasota under artificial light may fluorescent fixture. the House In election ;years Darer of n,.U mi D,..fa.KOT. Part*
Just such have .....
parties been going on for sound rather ridiculous to The book is divided Into two just as It has in the Senate. u. Dlnktau.Suitdw Sunday Mawa, (Wises" Iohalo"l
Herald-Tribune there were articles concerning years In the Venice area Floridians who think of horticulture parts with detailed Information Before this extended session Wonhlp. sobs Bwrleti.! t:4l Hose: ...*...m.M Tee ..... tat ..... It, :M ..>
teen-age beer parties In the South strictly an out. based on the latest re- of Congress has ended, I .Y.T.i Till p.... W"'dn Mbr.Blbk OaeIo"'rd... .. 4i H to 4.5R. :
as
and Tia to" aiSe: pat _
If could the ... ..._. _
I Venice area.Parents you sit In high school and door pursuit. search that explains light and think it safe to predict, the Study TlH p W'
I [lust listen for e couple of days, your darkness in plant growth, House also will adopt some SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CALVARY KEPORMED: CHUBdOP
: Do know where Johnny However, Florida, like l FoeoM Trail H ml. snM of Rt 41Nokoota VBNICB GARDENS:
you

your legislation for
I head would be swimming with vivid ac. other Is lamps and equipment, how to purely political fla.Putor sew North Bon... Dot.
growing areas,
,I or Jane went last Friday or Saturday many construct the light garden, reasons. Onrci I. Out The .*.. Prank. J. Hhoirar, Pan
counts of wild stories. You know why? experiencing a switch to what to plant how to feed 5.Ne,Sa.rd.p. e:.0 .... II.,45.P.l 8a..... School *|4S a.akMornla
night? Did you bother to check Most apartment living, particularlyin But, by Its very nature ? auNrt, n:50: ...... Ta... Wonhlpt lit** aavOomninnltr
Because they BRAG about them that'swhy. and nourish for best results ....
members .
cities. While the ( elected by districts ,.aot.. 1:11 _
likely not. The majority of teenagers who, our larger and so on. VENICB-NOKOMH PRESBYTERIAN:
must face re-election
attend these area surrounding the modem It Is written In non-technical every CHURCH ST., RAPHAEL'S CHURCH
parties come from homes structure be two years) the House is closerto Mlnktori Duct A. Bowk Or ENQLKWOOORU
where the parents don't bother to check In one article, a parent says this Is beautifully apartment landscaped may, those trations.language and with clear illus- the people of this broad Kl T.lrahon.1 Th. 1110.."'4BS-18U. V>nlo... .... Matr.Paitor.ConCauloiM --... W. Canada

en the whsresbou'i of their kids. the parent's. responsibility, not that of who dwell there miss their for It gives easy steps country than Is the Senate s.. .. School i I Ml .... II....... Wr, eOI ....
the and the Installing inexpensive (members elected from states Wonhlp Bertie 8....... ItM ..nw HM4r. 11_ e,1O ....
I police.All own personal garden
.
As a hIgh! school student, I hear things thrill of tending it. lights, tells how to use the for six-year terms) and the ..llowohl"."....... 15.115 II .., 05,4. b.tora M.ai. _

driily! like "I 1 really put one over on my right then parents, here's your re The wlndowalll flower box how latest to equipment transform and bookcases shows, House therefore Is the more SAINT MARK EPISCOPAL UNITBID CHURCH OF CHRISTCONGREOATIOWAIXmWSTIAr!

old mail" sponsibility.Check or indoor potted plant testifiesto fireplaces, glass aquariums, conservative of the two CHURCH IVANbBLIOAI: AND BJTORMKD
; "Wait minute where children the desire in the hearts of unused furniture and cheerless bodies, as the House, most TIM ..RIN.n.. Doali H ..Sorrento. htbrM The R.. C. Rohan Caaata nJ>.
I ; a you say, "My chilI on your go and apartment dwellers for a responsive to the will of the Rotor. Mlnbtar.Sarrfoa .
i with whom. windows with brilliantly Su.d.j, ) ....., hald t.aiinnrihr. h
dren from forties
come a good home. They are garden of their own and a glowing, easily maintainedand people, must be. SunuiMM at Boll Coamgnkm. the v..... Oantaaa Riaiaill taw)
: I pooular end do well In school. Such nice Cooperate: fully with the chance to exercise their green low cost Indoor gardens. The vote in the Senate on Tote .a at 11 ... .,..... ..
police.
Theyare thumbs Moraine Prnnr u4 S....... I ..... Chnnh fchoal. wKh. iliaial for
I kids eou'dn't be mixed In such hooli- trying to the situation Every plant enthusiast will medicare is symbolic of what Church School. I .... aiai aioopl tho adult >lan tU a:'.
I 'I 1 up help In recent years the growing welcome this illuminated Inevitably; happens when Congress at Rannatloaj Oontar. Aoott chM, 5N:
9 I A 9*"!''S""' Are you sure, realty sure, you knew of all manner of plants indoors guide to a fascinating hobby. remains In session, In a SOUTH VENICE MISSION: BAPTIST .... at H.horn Kndht.". af Cant HI .and..,-II...81'Rwatond ".-

; Sorry. The day has come, end I shall where your child goes end what he does? under artificial light It is published by Hearthside presidential election year, B,''ln. B...* Old E........ .... ..... Gord.. _
i has become popular in some Press, Inc., 118 East 28th following the nominating con Worship Th "g s.el..t* Arthur IIn H. Spill. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
of our larger northern cities. Street, New York 18, N. Y., ventions of the two major 5.dw 80..11 e,0 .."1Do OF VENICBRioaard

. l:1, :< OF Humor And Politicsi It is being done quite success end sells for $4 50. parties. There just Is no way, PIES CHRl81'1AN CHURCH 5undw. B..I ...ttl......a.avBarrloa .. PiatorSchool
In -
I
the heat
of
fully a presidential 4'D1oo1.. at ('b.I.,. wonhtp 1:00 a.avTralnlns
i I '! the To meet the demand for Information campaign to keep politics out Mugu Pub,,T-.Ie,. lout Vonloo... .Aao. Union SIO: p.m.E..ni.e .
politics T .
f 11 I great political report. Rogers and Vaughn Meader, politics has concerning this of consideration of and actionon wonmp. 10 .low.. 0. 1' Samoa IM PWadaoidav -. TlM

er Frank R. Kent wrote In the Baltimore been their principal stock In trade. Whether growing new hobby, Vernon VHS ClassesFor legislation-and I suspect Brady 'ahooI, 5,11 .. K Prwar MaUal

j, Sun In 1932, "it Is difficult sometimes to politicians are without humor, we don't Johnson and Winifred Car- that this condition will exist

.1 I decide whether the politicians are hum. presume to say. Perhaps Abraham Lincoln riere recently published a always.
book on the subject titled Always, that Is, unless some
orless hypocrites or hypocritical humorists end Adlal Stevenson were humorists instead "An Easy Guide to Artificial Drop OutsStudents way can be found to keep ,

, ; whethor In fooling the people they of politicians. But certainly politic. Light Gardening for Pleasureand Congress from meeting be-

j also fool themselves, which means that lane are seldom without a wisecrack. Profit"From in the Venice tween the nominating conventions the best recipe for folks
I It plant and flower area and the elections. As
; both the politicians and people are Herewith, two that you might have lovers will learn the progress who dropped out of school be- you may know-or may not

stupid, or whether the politicians are missed this week.: that has been made in this fore graduation may enroll know, since the law passed 17 newly moved to
\ direction and learn hrw they Tuesdays and Thursdays at years has been observed
smarter than the and .know exactly ago
people

Barry Goldwafer he Intends the Venice
to High School with
'' says can have a magic "arden in only once by those who

I" what they are doing. Probably the publish s collection of nursery rhymes.The their apartment or anywhereIn Talmadge Rushing for credit It-the Congressional pass.ed Reorganization VeniceTaka ,

J" truth Is that the politicians are smarter title? "The Butcher, the Baler and their home with the aid :it courses aimed at high school Act of 1947. requires :
special soil treatment and competlon. that I one phone call (or coipoo botowX
but Congress end
not much smarter, and that both are the Stereo-Taker.. Business courses being off. its
artlficlalllht. annual cession add hostess with biiXtts of lib and
I on July 3, except (
without any humor whatever. And-tn the equal time tradition-Sen. So wide has the interest be- ered in Venice consist of In case of emergency information about the city,stir to fufr

Humor and politics are hopelessly Hubert Humphrey remarked. that Mr, come that a number of the shorthand bookkeeping, typing and In vitew of the vast scopeof Ina hospitality, and yo.'lt.tav a earoui '

} government and In view .hoflo *.
II \ always fascinated our humorists, and from world "through a rose-colored bombsight." plants especially for this purpose as well and as Englewood the slip cover are open and, of the tremendous amount oi *

1! : Davy Crockett. and Mr. Dooley to Will Norfolk Virginian-Pilot instructions and providing for the detailed drapery class at Laurel.An legislation each Congress
prepara- must consider, that date
tion and care of such indoor art class will be held on seems unrealistic Welco; ,
Monday mornings and afternoons fact it ag9.n '
. WJlI11'' Grassroots Opinions gardens. at Laurel. has been proven to be Just

I City apartment dwellerscan Basic Bishop clothing classes .that, and year after ;year, we

"Senator John J. Williams, the Delaware program to meet the needs for outdoor now garden create...h their re own plants indoor Tuesday will be mornings held at 'and Laurel after on 'deadline stay In (session until Christmas beyond Eve the PHONE 481-$801

( Republican who first opened the Bobby recreation facilities It would be largely thrive the year 'round. Where noons. last year) on the theory that

Baker. scandal, charges that the Farmers a pay-as-you-go project, with funds advanced they can have chrysanthemums A course In Radio and TV an emergency exists. ----------------------1 j : J :;
blooming at Easter, servicing will be meeting at But perhaps, someday, we :;
Home Administration has been
lendingmore sharing basis with the states
on a cut annuals fo Christmas Laurel on Tuesday and could get around to providing
than $1,000 an acre to convert croplands to be repaid from receipts after 10 years. bouquets, or grow reps orchids Thursday evenings for all-year sessions In thefirst NaalrI' I

::1 Into golf courses, country clubs and Thus the taxpayer will have recreation plants.and many other exotic For additional Information (or non-election) year AIDRES5__ l ." .
contact the Sarasota Community of each Congress and sixor' ..
hunting preserves far cry from their lending where It belongs, and It will not You will find them In old School. 1001 S. Washington seven-month sessions in the cirtv : J

farm purposes. < There Is a recreationprogram be converted aquarium tanks Blvd., phone 958.1332, second (or' election) year O Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess caR on me''
t end It tt going through the legislative used by the Agriculture Department to that have been remodeled and or you may obtain information This would provide time at D I would like to subscribe) to the
provided with artificial light or register at the time of the end of the first for GONDOLIER '
perpetuate a bureaucratic which year
mill The House has agency f I ilrwcy wbcflU to the
P
now. approved usually from flourescent the class meeting/ at the placeof the) committee work necessary GONDOLIER
It and It ti heading for the Senate. ThisIs hat evidently run cut of legitimate bulbs, or they become on entrancing meeting. Rushing can also to get the Congress really Fill out (coupon and mall to drcutatkm' Dept,

a 25-year land and water conservation places where it can get rid of' our money. bookcase center or u banging box in basic the help with these Information da....,. regarding I toe going second at year the beginning of Yla dselse r




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/ / I r TI GONDOlIER, Venice, Ft.. 11iur., Sepf,11. 19641U I j j1



(/ottingtBy DOBOTHT OAXNOB ;//1/ l, I'

oss At Banquets :: Women's Editor "

Phone Item to 488-5808 II I

s "SOl' of thee ,
to local i iI'
.ccordin, Area artists and art-lover Visitors last winter who
I'* uA Professional chosen Gold StarMothers who have not yet teen the liked out town to much they
will b'
len',Club, Pachner show at Mingling decided to live here are Mr.
Bosses
annual
I roup" Oct. 14 at Museum would find it well and Mrs W F. Breen, of 509 '
I, Banquet on worth their time to attemptto Granada Ave. Her son, Philip
*rereads! Wharf Tea get'there by Sunday, the LefflngweU, has enrolled at m S''
? i is
Recipient of the honor last day of the exhibit. If they Venice High School The I i Ay .y.n 4i .

.11 receive en engraved are not looking for "pretty Breens came from Boonville, \ 1 k /
,led plaque, will be chos. Is PlannedArea pictures," that is. "Pretty" NY, "snow country," Mr. ''f p "
L the baei' of letters tub could certainly not be used to Breen calls it near the Canadian ( ' .a ; ,
td li1 club members Cold describe the powerful and border. They arrived ;; I
Star Mothers
i I. In will I
Louise Spear often disturbing canvasses in last Wednesday.
ft ,and has be'honored at a tea given by :
letters the show which call for some - '
fe'nrE. Robert CItable, Veterans of Foreign WareAuxfliery'on long second looks. Mr and Mrs Sherburne P. p'I
myth Brohard and Sept. 27 from 2 -0- Sweetland of Mission Valley
or to 4 .m. at the home
.eCdef f,John Shocker tolu p of Mrs We hear that the E. V came home from their sum
: judges. Names of the Maye Rasmussen of Bayvlew Pomeroys of Shore Road got mer in the North Carolina
wd writers of the letI Parkway: Nokomis /I not included in the The'' honorees' husbands, tended trip to Europe and their son.in-law and daughter
I Ire lied letters VFW Post members and their have not yet had an opportunity Dr and Mrs C. G For- I ,
L Ruth wives and all Auxiliary members to talk with them. We sey, who are returning to this ,
1 of banquetgn are invited. Mrs. Harry shall find out more about It country from Chile. With : ''t.,
chairman Miller is. chairman of the them their two children
I Hope Pierce, pro- next week. are ,
,event -0tf Douglas and Gregory, and : n '
InfhBirmanJpeakerwiUbeMrs. At the group's September anyone can pack In more Dr. Forshey's mother, Mrs 'r'rI
of Dunedin meeting it was voted to donate sights and activities than did Opal Forshey. A professor at :

l sire,dInt,Freede of the Florida Fed a flag to Osprey Parent- the Ralph Thomases and their Cornell University, Dr. For- ALL SET TO GO on the decorating of Venice Yacht Club to right, Mesdames Roger Isphording(Condollw photo Robert t>, 110'711"1 Mahon, A. 'j I
fa, of Business and Pro- Teachers Assn. and to hold a four youngsters on their recent shey has been in Santiagofor I tomorrow for the club s "Hurricane Party" Saturday evening Bradford Smith, Ralph Thomas and Robert Spaulding. I j I
rummage sale within' the next three-week vacation it a year on a Rockefeller
Lai women's Oubs She are members of the dance committee. They are, left I II
talk toward few weeks, time and place to should be a record. They visited Foundation assignment They f I
I direct her be announced later Mrs his sister and her family, will be here until Sunday, I
boiges,who will be guests Elizabeth the Ward Odenwalds of Halle- after which they will go on totheir
and explain Boyle was appointed I VYC Plans "Hurricane r I I
Party"
hi members he'aims and purpoa. chairman of the sale site, Long Island, saw the Hyde Park, N, Y, home
", m Appointed to the refresh. Worlds Fair toured New before Dr. Forshey returns to
U BPW President local ment committee England!: explored Canada Cornell. I
for the f
nret Enochs of the S meeting at Venice Civic Oct from Quebec City to Montrealand - Gladys and her sisters are featuring prime rib of beef, requested to wear the kindof rated with signal flags, anchors !
rill present the award. Center Mesdames ended up with six days Dr. and Mrs Frederick definitely not invited to the will be served at 7 p.m. and clothes they would don and lines, tracking; .
were Harold
ullS covering the nomis Girard, Palmer Havnes- rest at Brevard, N. C. where Strammer of 240 Coral St. "Hurricane Party" Saturdayat dancing to the music of Bud were a hurricane impending charts and a radar scope as I
/Utters, which are now and Warren Teller! Mrs Donald they visited with the Ken took their sons Freddie and Venice Yacht Club, first Lawrence and his "Hurricane A rendezvous with Pass-A- well as palm fronds and other j
H/tilled for by the club, Smith president, will be Browns The Browns are also Ell c, on a two week campingtrip event of the club's fall social Hunters" will begin at 8:30pm Grill Yacht Club Is expectedto greenery and floral ar I';
be found in the club's in at home again getting home just before season swell the attendance. Six rangements.
Ihit h bulletin charge ...0- school opened. They spent the The party will be a buffet Dress win be informal and boats, bringing approximately Guests will be provided "i
let and reinstated mem- Mrs. Stella Curwood cele first night at a campsite near dinner and dance. The buffet, members and their guests are I 40 persons, ere expectedto with fun hats as favors r r
accepted at the group's brated her ninety-third birthday Ocala and went from there to arrive during the after- The pool will be open
'tmber meeting Include Elementary PTA Sunday at a local nursing Unlcol State Park in North noon and most of these are weather permitting, Mrs Isp
Erma Collins, Mrs home with a gathering attended Georgia En route home they St. Mark's Church Begins expected to stay for the dance hording saidMembers 'I
i Bower, Mrs. Betty Tal Open'House by her son and daughter.inlaw spent several days with a college and return to Pass-A-Grille on shot make reservations ;
lin. Laura Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs Guy Cur. classmate of Dr. Stranv Sunday. by calling the club.

Beverly Krueger. An open house program will wood her grandchildren and mer in Macon, Ga. Winter Schedule Sunday Mrs Roged Isphording
,grandchildren A big -0- heads the dance committee.
highlight the first meeting of birthday cake marked the It was a happy homecoming She will be assisted by Mrs ARLIE GRAY "k
the Venice Elementary Par St. Mark's EpiscopalChurch Registration for the Church
LA MARRBEAUTY ent-Teacher Association for event.' The grandchildren and visit for Pfe. Frank Allen will begin its winter School children will follow Ralph Thomas, Mrs. A. Bradford I ART SCHOOL & GALLERY
their wives who helped celebrate Downing, USA, at the homeof Smith, Mrs. Robert
CLASSES IN DRAWING
the 1964-65 school term. I his schedule of worship on Sun. the 8 a.m. service Sunday in
Mr and Mrs. G. father, Carence Lee Spaulding, Mrs Robert Ma AND PAINTNO
were ,
The initial meeting of the their respective class rooms. . . Dmy A BvtnlBC . .
Downing of 10
A Curwood and Mr. and MrsCharles Downing St, day.The be hon and Mrs. E. D Dawson. Pmlntlni DemontrattoM
new school year Is scheduledfor Grove schedule will : 7:30: The Rev Donnls Dean Pat.terson
City, last month. He I
CurwoodWeekend roe W VmlM An. I II
SHOP. 7:30: p,m. Monday Sept I flew home from Korea wherehe a.m., Sacrament of Holy has announced that he The clubhouse will be deco-
21, at which time classrooms -o-- had served for the Communion, 8 a.m., Family will again conduct the Adult - I ,
at the John past
SPECIAL will be for inspection guests Service (Holy Communion at Bible class at 10:00 a.m. each
open celebrate : from
Bradishes were Mr. and Mrs. year. Helping the new our College Shop ,
this service the second I
Teachers will be in their respective I furlough his sisters on Sunday in the Parish Hall
PERMANENT Peter K Bradish, en route were I
classrooms to meet with their two Siamese cats Mrs. Billy Bierce and Mrs. Sunday of the month); 11 a. The rector has already begun f I t
the parents from San Angelo, Texas to I' Floyd Davis, and his brother, m, Morning Prayer and Sermon a long-range training program
$ The business meeting will! Robert of (Holy Communion on the for the Church Schoolteachers
Boston where Pete will Downing Englewood
$5.95 be held at 8:30 p.m. in the roll next week at Massachusetts en Frank left last week first Sunday in the month). They will attend a 5hi3hore I 1
school cafetorium Institute of Technology for duty at Camp Gordon, The Sacrament of Holy monthly workshop where '
PTA president Ralph Maier Ga Communion will be celebrated they will learn various teaching I
MARY BISHOP said business under discussion Peg and John have three cats on Saint's and Holy Daysat methods which will focuson oxford i :
and she said it was quite a ,
I
will include the proposed 10:00: am during the a course in developmentof ,
Formerly with Center budget and plans for the annual weekend Sisters HostSecretaries week. Holy Scriptures, techniquesof stripes 4ti t .' 1 .'\ .
Beauty Salon Hallowe'en carnival -.0- group leadership various '
i
anntvers-
wooden
I Ili 41 NOKOMIS School principal James S. A wedding / aspects of the faith of the strike it
ary-the fiftn for Mr. and WWJVefsToPonMembership
ol Casey Key Turn-Off. Dunaway will answer questions -' Christian Church and a brief f f'Ij
I Mrs H E Ness of Venetian
PH 488.5560 on the new report cards Gardens was celebrated with Sisters Mrs Marguerite Drive introduction to the historyand smart ,ar '' '
and the school curriculum background of the Episcopal 1
Griffin and Mrs Marjorie
I a dinner party Saturday at Plans for an October memo
which Mr and Mrs. H T Williams were hostesses at bership drive will be madeat Church. /l f ."
their Banyan Drive home Mrs. Hannah Shannon, :;,:
Baker *f Point of Pines were the meeting of Venice Area 4.00 1
chairman, has announced that '
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Thursday to National Secretaries

Veterans,
host and hostesses. Among Barracks 764, WW I the coffee and social hour ,
the guests were Mr and Mrs Area Assn of the Venice and Auxiliary Saturday at 8 will follow the 11:00 a.m. services 1'f'
e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY R. Waddel he was best p.m. at Venice Civic Center. on each Sunday
TRADITIONALLet man at the wedding. The Mrs Thelma Clabough was I A legislative, report will be I
table was centered with an Initiated into the club. Others made by Harvey B. Mims, i
us style your favorite vane arrangement of Cattlyea orchids attending were Mesdames department legislative director Bible Study GroupFirst ;
or ceramic fate beautiful lampj. and a bell motiff was Billie Stamper Julie Ballard! Auxiliary members will fall meeting of Mat ,1 r i
used in decorations. Marjorie DeLao Dorothy refreshments after the I
serve rons' Bible Study Group will
> Rest /
R.w/'jll' yiing. Douglas. Sue Ester Virginia
- meeting be at the home of Mrs A. E.
All Lomp'R'pOirtWorII Busy Emmy Reilly was a Horn, Margaret Slack Carolyn All WW I veterans are Invited Bethel of Colonla Lane, Nokomis ,
Minger, Sue Robbins,
by Experienced Designers and very surprised and pleased Sept 24 at 8 p.m.
Doris Schroeder, Ann Scott
celebrant last week
birthday Mrs. Martin Sharpe of Pla- I
Craftonen when Mrs. Carl Hamilton of and two guests, Mrs Margaret Debserf Card Party more will be speaker.MOVED. f 'I'
THE 232 San Marco Drive got to- Busby and Mrs Irene ,
LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. gether several of Emmy's Showacre Planned For Oct. 2
Mrs. Schroeder, past-president =-" ,',
close friends to help her celebrate j
.1
JM First In series of 1964-65
N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA who moved on Saturdayto a .
the event Tuesday evening .'
dessert card
monthly partiesby
Hamilton's home. North Carolina, was pre. :
at Mrs.
sented with a going.away gift Veterans of WW I Auxiliary it'
and a surprise babv showerwas will be held Oct. 2 at GULF Superbly tailored casual shirt with back pleat ', :
given for Mrs Scott 12:30: p.m. at Venice Civic I
i. Center. TAILORSFROM and loop. All cotton oxford,so easy-care.
Next meeting will be Oct.S .
Na.ale. I at the home of Mrs Douglasat The parties will continue THE ARCADE 1 Rich two.tone strfpmgs on white. 28 to 38. I 1 Ii 1 ; 4
721 Apalachicola Road. through May. +
Mrs. Rex D. Sowle will be to I I
Crowells To Hob In charge of the Oct. 2 event 231 W. MIAMI BEAU'SVenice h,1:
and requests reservations, although AVENUE
VYC Mixed Bridge they are not required. J \
Mr. and Mrs Ray Crowell The parties are open to the Just Watt of Rawles Shopping Center .
will host the Venice Yacht public.

1 Club mixed bridge evening
r er e Wednesday at 8 pm at the f

club.Those wishing dinner be- ma. .

fore the play should make I 1\\
their reservations at the club 1
not later than Tuesday. DInner
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8-"', GONDOLIER, V.nTe., FT.. T1iUI1., Sep," 17. 1964 CuM win! hold n- first

E I N P C Club .2tes 21 meeting, at 2:00:next p.m Munch, at< ,. f
i; "WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK" I sloe Banding In Want tilt I
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By MARGUERITE f eral Springs, All>t Cat
I # ladle in'this area i ,
; The Worth Port Woman's barbecue Labor Pay. Lt. Co. ter. rJI Watted' .'the meallnp are iII\\
School Crowd Cheers For LBJ Club luncheon and style show Frank J. Schlra and his wife Refreshment were aerved Guild on the third !Mood 01
High Thusday afternoon drew an June of Chicago were the after the meeting by Mrs each month |)
attending Kent and Mrs. Michael
attendance of 54 at the Community guests of honor. Others Irene I -
Center. were Gerald S Ann Gellner. : -
By EUGENE GILBERT After the luncheon the! berg, Maurice Arenberk, The next WSCS meeting Is PresbyterUn Youth( tt
President, Gilbert Youth ladies enjoyed a hat style Mrs. Lodi Ellis, Derrick: B. scheduled for Monday' Oct. togs are held at the Jon via
Research, Inn show. Mrs. Martin narrated! Van Erode IV, Miss Carroll 5 at 10:00: a.m. at the church. Sunday evening II
the show and was assisted by Caldwell, John D. DeBalU .- pm. All :young people t
1 High school students, r Mrs Frazier They set up a and Christine ott The South County Epiphany vited to attend. lit
though ineligible to vote, are regular Hat Bar In the club- Sergeant Wurth, who work --- I'
usually more vociferous about r111drjI house and members of the at the National Police Hall of
I their political views than local women's club modeledthe Fame, took: charge of the
their elders, who do the actual hats. Mrs. Claire Coons chicken preparation while his SAVE MONEYNOW
voting That the young people won the door prize, a lovely wife, Marie, prepared other
sometimes change their ;asty' home made diahes and: IS THE,TIME-EncfoM that porch. Wenwtd
views when older is I hat.During ,
they Ret the business meeng cold refreshments.A
beside the point. The important I II Mrs. Frank Carroll wa surprise visitor to the 101! present wlndOWle
thing is that their Intense named general chairman for outdoor activity was a five- NO DOWN PAYMENT-TEftMS
AVAOABU
u interest in what goes on in I the Woman's Club Annual foot alligator which really
t the political arena prepares I Bazaar to be held In November put on a show for food thrownto ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANY
them for their voting participation Others named on the him by: the guests I
later on. / v committees were Mrs. Joe -0- 1724 So. Trail X From Van. Gel"" Veifct, B,
In an effort to find out how Ir "Cookie" Fox, Baked Goods The board of directors of .
i teenagers feel about the upcoming and Food Booth; Mrs. Mary the Civic Association meet Call 488.1824.JjGOLDEN I
Presidential election, \ Welst, Christmas Gift Booth; this morning at 9:30 for their
?,t we questioned 1238- boys and Mrs. Hattie Poole, Wishing regular business session before
girls the country over about --
''r Well; Mrs. Hubert McKlbben, the monthly meeting of
r+ their. preference The for"If President I Even though teen-agers can't vote they're show 72 per cent rally 'round the LBJ ban- Radlo-grams; Mrs Louise the Civic Association of North
I t could, would query; vote t you for intensely interested in politics. Early polls nets; 20 per cent for Barry. Hallen, White Elephant Booth Port Charlotte next Wednesday
"I t President Johnson you or Senator and Mrs. Claire Salovesh, at 7:30: p.m. at the Community '

/ Goldwater?" The result: 72 saw a close race. Dennis Torlgoe came this Lynchburg, Va., saw a trend luncheon Booth. Center. Mr, Carl Mey.
I per cent said they'd vote for Less than half of the teen. view point: "This is a pros I toward socialism and added The next meeting will ben er, President, urges all residents .
Johnson, 20 per cent said gers questioned 48 per perous and relatively stable that "Goldwater's conservatism Thursday, Oct. 8, at 1::00pm. to attend.
they'd vote for Goldwater. cent considered themselves year. People are generally would act as a brake at the Community Ccn- -0-
The remainder said they Democrats. Twenty-eight per contented. Johnson has shown and therefore help restore ter.Mr.! The first get-together of
didn't know or gave no answer cent tabbed themselves as hill effectiveness in getting this nation to the democratic Viola Lessard is pro- the Tuesday Nile Sing will be
Republicans The remainderwere legislation passed." principles on which it was gram chairman and Mrs. on Sept. 22, at 7:30: p.m. at
f The 72 per cent figure for non-commital. Jimmy Wright, 17, of founded." Palmeter is president. the Community Center, All
the President Jumped to 80 -0I Interested residents are Invited
differ.
There little
was very The Club of North Port to attend and enjoy an
per cent when the youngsters the of Boat 1r
between opinions
I were asked to forecast the result the ence boys and the girls retardIng I Charlotte will meet tonightat evening of singing and fun 1
of the election, indicating the President and the 7:30: at the Community with :your' neighbors.
that some of those who would The ,I Center for Us regular meet -0-
, vote for Goldwater If they Arizona of replies Senator.on the percentages various I'ing.' Commodore Canfield announced Mrs. Evelyn Henrikaen announced
could nevertheless thought questions were similar for new boat owners will the meeting of the 6 PRINCE MATCHABELU
Johnson would win. Of those each sex 'y'c be Interested to learn of the Fire Department Auxiliarywill
who saw a Johnson victory, Safe Boating Classes which be held next Thursday,
36 per cent thought it would In explaining why he would will begin next Wednesday Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the 1 d . THE FASHION
,'", be a landslide, but almost as vote for Johnson If he were evening Sept. 23, at 7:30: at Community Center., All members -
many (leas than a fraction of old enough, 16., of year Manchester old. c the mission building in Warm are urged to attend since FOR FALL. .
George Haverly
", one per cent difference) foreSWIMMING there Is business to
# 1hlh Mineral Springs. These eight be transacted
N. H., said "I do not 16 w e'
; think Goldwater's platformconcerning I classes will be conducted by and important plans to Cologne,
8h civil rights and 1 the Englewood Coast Guard be made.
f the isolationism of the United 64"I v a Flotilla.. $2.00 & $3.00
States is the platform of a -- The Women' Society of! I
responsible and just man i In Members of the New Eng Christian Service of Trinity Cologne Spray Mist
; POOLSBy this country and In this time." q. J' I land Club will gather tomorrow I Methodist Church of North I
Susan Lawrence, 19, of Oklahoma 41t1"tn tr at 2 pm. at the Com Port Charlotte met last Mon.day $2.50'i
munity Center for their regular morning at the church. '
City, was equally certain Mrs. Mrs, James 0' I
Goldwater would make a monthly meeting. Glasgow was Cologne Mist Traveler
Vera Nelson is president.o in charge of the program and
I JAMES A. HICKS better President. She said
I' that the Senator Impressedher -o- Mrs. Arthur Dorsey led the $1.75
Greater Pittsburgh Club worship service. Mrs. Francis
: I Poured Concrete at the Republican Nation
,I al Convention and added: "1 held its covered ,dish supper Carroll gave a talk on Perfumed Dusting Powder 1
w'. Using don't believe in Johnson or last Thursday evening before what the Blue Ridge Meth-
Simplex Forms the way he is running our the regular meeting. Newcomers odist Service Program is doing 4 a.' $2.50'
.. country. Goldwater stands for Mr. and Mrs. Vincent to relieve poverty In Ken
:t- Call Collect what he believes." A similar Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. tucky. Skin Perfume Sachet
view was expressed by Eddie Eric Larwin were welcomed! The president, Mrs Robert s
Sarasota 924-9978 Israel, 17 of Indianapolis, I to the club. Orr Jr., announced plans $2.00
SCOUT RICHARD WALKER of Englewood has been ac. Picnic for the Baked -
who said: "Goldwater is what The Labor Day was were completed
FOR FREEESTIMATE this country needs. He takes cepted in one of scouting's highest honor societies, the held at Sunset Beach. The Goods Sale, held last Saturday Bubbling Bath Oil
I a firm stand on what he be. Order of the Arrow. After undergoing a lengthy series of group met at the shopping at the Shopping Cen- '
outdoor tests at Camp Flying Eagle, near Bradenton, IS- 2.00
lieves. center and left In a caravan
Li year-old Richard was notified of his acceptance receiving
by -
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t From 17-year- nine Everyone enjoy.
of cars
the red and white badge of the order.He is the only: ed both the beach and the NEW HOMES Purse Flaconette
member from the Englewood area.
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f' DAVIS VINYL CRETE delicious The club food.dance and get together FURNISHED/ $3.00 I

; Scout Walker Wins will be held Saturdayat OR UNFURNISHED Perfume-Dusting Powder
', 7:30 ,m. at the Community I
I Let ui spray your ret/Vance of eommerciobuilding/ "/ ,1 : p will acceptHome.
Center. There will be Set $3.25
a DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING dancing, card games, prizes Land
EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS and refreshments. Come along Cars Boats
'Order Of Arrow'ENGLEWOOD and bring your friends for an Trailers In trad DICK & MEADOWS
NO JOB TOO SMALL evening of real fun. Next reg.
I 1 w. offer the same lofi'ifacroiy service at we did while/ in ular meeting of the club will Cockrill Builders PHARMACY
the roofing butinttil Richard varsity football team. He be a covered dish dinner before offices in East Gate 231 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.W76
l I Walker, son of Lee Walker, comes from a scouting family the meeting on Thurs., Ph. 488.1451488.3845 I Venice Medical Center Ph. 488-3935
LESTER DAVIS OWNER 1530 Helena Avenue, has been as his father is scoutmasterfor Oct. 1, at 6:00: p.m.
Englewood's Troop 28, -o- ,
P. O. Box 333, Nokomis Ph. 488-4174
accepted into the "Order of .
and brother Brian, 11, Is a The Schlras were guestsfor en*
the Arrow," an honor camping tenderfoot In scouting l but will three weeks in the house ;
; -I society of the Boy Scoutsof advance to Second Class rankat now owned by the police Association -
America. The high honor ceremonies scheduled this for staff memberswho
WOOLWORTH'S week.A visit the Police Hall of
was bestowed on young Walk.
I total of 38 scout In the Fame. Colonel Schlra Is executive
er following completion of assignments Sunnyland Council underwentthe director of the Na t
7 covering 24 hoursat entrance tests, held over tional Police Officers Association .
jiL' Camp Flying Eagle, near the weekend. The council embraces ot America, sponsor of
Bradenton. three district cover. the museum. He is a memberof
Richard, who has six yean ing the area from Bradentonto the Chicago Police Department
'il ar of scouting experience, came Ft. Myers. The Manatee, I0
through the tests with flying Sarasota and Palm Districtsare -
L' << colors. The assignments included composed of over 50 Mr. and Mrs. Anton Wurthof
a night's camp-out on scout troops with a membership 347 Marius Road entertained JSUMMER
; short rations, no speakingfor of some 3,000 boys out-of-state guests at a
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the 24-hour period, and
cutting a trail through dense

\ ''Ij'' 3 Days Only FRLH& SAT. brush another.For from each one demerit campsite duringthe to Accept the

I tests a notch was cut ina

; 3JS2S2S2S2S2I CLIP THIS COUPON wooden of each arrow applicant.in the possession A total- kf kf STOCKSELtOUTO'WWnow.

'i l ::1' COLGATE FLUORIDE of failure.five notches Richard would passed signify with ",,

nearly a perfect grade, a single
TOOTHPASTE17c notch he had spokenone of our
. : word! ...
SERVICE BANK!
Upon notification of acceptance FULL-SCALE

t' Reg. 31c was presented, 19-year-old with a Richard pin anda it's to move to Chrysler!

'I WITH THIS COUPON red and white arrow badge. easy up
He is the only scout In the
""""' .. , """""""' ._...., Englewood area to belong to

?j -w CHOCOLATE COVERED this applicant scouting Inner To must organization be be eligible! a First, the of $ $ OOM IDJ[ IDJ $ $ :QC W @

CHERRIES Class Scout and Is elected asa

) Richard candidate Is by a senior his troop.at Char. EVE lR1w I@IDJ IIIMEAN ll OO $1f. @

i lotto High in Punta Cords, ,
.. 2 for SSC where he is a guard on the

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I The GONDOLIER, Venice, FW. 11i1ll'l., Sfll'\f. T7, ,1964.4

:I DAR Leads Constitution Miss Linda-Rose Stevenson I Area Methodist- - Training- I:




Week/ Observance To Head Rainbows Girls I
; In Area
Here i
School Opens Sunday }rI

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, proclamation of Mayor "* TMF Mtos Linda Rose Stevenson,
BY Brohard today is des- MHi daughter of Mrs Daisy R. l
I smth f Constitution Day" Stevenson of Venice, and Dr More than 80 persons have
''jpsted week of Sept 17-23 Richard V. Stevenson of LexIngton registered for the five-day
and the Wee In Ven- ell" n e kft Ky, will be Installedas Central Sarasota District
nlltntlon inobpenance-ofihe' lfi*] worthy advisor of Venice Training School for area : f
(Ice, the) United Stales Con- d Assembly No 57, Order of Methodist Churches which begins 1 1I
1 In" on "eft 17, 1787. the Rainbow for Girls, Sat. Sunday at Grace Metho 1
'C'n' Chapter Dau h. urday at 7:30: p.m. at the dist Church '
of the American RevoluIM Masonic Temple The Sunday session will I Y
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tat at 3 and week. + k'I
observing the week convene p.m
If Installing officers will be: I
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presentation of copies of Mrs Linda Lynn, Installing r day sessions through Thurs f w:
S preamhle to the ConstitutV officer Miss Janie Bruin, Installing day will be at 7:30: p.m. Hoke I
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all filth trade tu' S. Bowden Is chairman of the II I
10 Miss Norma
chaplain
; board of and The ,
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Jt Venice rea Mrs managers
In the Owen, Installing marshall); .i"I
Rev E. L Dinkins,
!Se' Br-nt. local DAR hit- Miss Susie Mitchell installing pastorof tiTHE "'t
Grace Methodist Church Is
,
will make the pusen. and h
wren recorder; Mrs. Evio dean.
Kehrer, installing musician
GThe Chapter also is nresent- The school, held for the
Miss Stevenson has chosen
Hi traditional 'Constitu- : first time In this area, almsat I I ;
lot as her theme "Peace, the
Week" display In the jL:1 i an enrollment of 100. I ,
ton Golden Gift of God. Her colors "
store window Classes will be for SO minutesand
Jewelry
gh' ode are gold and white and I ; '
Venice Avenue A her symbol is the "Praying [till Af *. the church nursery will :
m
pain If8 of the actual Ilgnln'f.nd Hands" open each day during class REV. E. L. DINKINS HOKE BOWDEN ; H t
pertinent documents ytll 4u ,,rx LINDA ROSE STEVENSON sessions Dean Chairman : "' I .
feature the display.A y Her sister, Inez, will be In. I Venice, Nokomls North 1.a a
A 01' vignettes on the stalled as Chaplain. Other officers Piper, Confidential Observer; .Port Charlotte and Englewood' '
Cinstltut'on' will be presented to be Installed are Miss Miss Linda Wellman, Outer churches are taking part. !
throughout "Constl! t u 11 Ion bJ Dianne Lash, worthy associate Observer; Miss Dorothy I These previously have particIpated !
Week" on Radio Station advisory; Miss Sharon Blades, choir director; and in the training school :
'AMR. L Morton Charity; Miss Wil- Miss Sherry Chamberlain, programs in Fort Myers and (1. 1 I .
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Mrs. William R Grove, lene Hendrix, Hope; Miss musician Bradenton
chapter regent, and Mrs. . Sandy Badger, Faith; Miss Other officers are: Mrs. TONI : ;
Brunt are in charge of the Norma Owen, recorder; Miss The public is Invited. A reception Spence Keeter secretary;

DAR observances. Mrs. -(iundolln( photo br Daryl Milton) Louella Kirby, treasurer; will be held in the Robert L. Gamble, treasurer; TODD !
Christopher Magee, chapter Miss Janie Bruin, drill leader dining hall following the cere Tom McDonough, registrar, .
chairman for the Flag of the THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION Is 177-years-old monies. and Mrs. E G. Boone, libra only the look r
Culled States, requests area I, today and on "Constitution Day" Mrs. Harlie Brant, historian ; Miss Sheila Kaplan, Love; Miss Stevenson, a senior at rain. Committees are comprised Is a
expensiveHAPPY
fitizeni! to fly the country's of Myakka Chapter of Daughters of the American Miss Brenda Oven, religion; Venice High School is also of: Mrs. Ethel Tuck. s I Ii I II
IK during the week. Revolution, will present to area fifth-graders copies of the Miss Linda Stirling, Nature; district secretary of Keyettes, er, Mrs. Irvin Muhn and Mrs. Ih
observance of Preamble, suitable for She is shown with Venice David
national framing
The Miss Beverly ''Eiss, Immortality a member of National Honor Burgan, publicity; Roy
Sept. 17.23 as "Constitution Elementary School Principal James/ Dunaway to whom Bernlus Sr. and Spence "
and delegate
frck' has been designatedby she is entrusting the copies until presentation time. "Con ; Miss Sally Capasso, Society was a Keeter, hospitality; The Rev I
act of the United States stitution Week," Sept. 17-23, has been so designated by Fidelity; Miss Janice Brew. to Girls' State this summer. Mr. Dinklns. The Rev. John $13
Congress and proclamation of Act of Congress and proclaimed by the President and ton, Patriotism; Miss Cynthia I She Is also on the school's L. Jones and The Rev. A G. I
the President. Mayor Smyth Brohard. Aldrich, Service; Miss Mary newspaper and annual staff.SOAKING Hardee curriculum and Mrs. r 99// ,
Giles Miller, refreshments.
-- ..,..",. Three courses will be offered

VeniceNokomis Methodist Dr John J Rooks super.
< intendent of Lakeland District
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of the Methodist Church will <
roJ
teach "Christian Beliefs "

WSCS/ Circles Meet Thursday I II trines covering and basic their Christian relationshipto doc,

Christian experience Mrs
Woman s Society far Chris. Frances St., Nokomis, at 9:30: Rooks will teach
a course on
ten Service of Venice-Noko.ma a.m. Program by Mrs James "Teaching Children. This ,
Methodist Church will Green and devotions by Mrs. will be an introductory courseon
hold] circle meetings on Tuesday Mabel Wester. I s5 teaching methods and materials
except the France V. Porter Circle, at the homeof for all teachers in the '
Curry Circle which will meet Mrs. George Grisdale of children's division and for ,
on Sept 28,, Shore Road, Nokomis at 9:30 parents a k? I
Meeting places and times a.m. Mrs Willi.:"! Rose In "Understanding You th" A I
sill, be: charge of program and devotions will be taught by Mrs. Hoyt 1
Prltcilla Circle, at the Tatum, wife of the pastor of ,f ''I r
rp I
home of Mrs Lawrence Bradenton Methodist Church
Hazel Woodard Circle, at TRAVELLER V
JUKI of 401 Orlando St., No- the home of Mrs. Benjamin and author of several books
h'misal8 p,m. Program and Hill of Laurel Shores, at 8 t w and numerous articles on :
devotions by Mrs. T. S. Carp p.m. Mrs Robert Blalock in ,r young people. The course will "Exciting fashion lory told '(

in'er, charge of program and devot N deal with the psychology of by Tom Todd in Travel Knit ..- I.
"nrlha Circle at the home ions adolescence, covering the age 1 }
ol Miss Etta Huntley of 23 Frances V Curry Circle, at range from 12 to 21, and with "Orion"7bnilerljJly l '
the home of Mrs. Russell problems and learning methods } .. :..-. ,;; ,a
1rJAUrA000pQO( QppQpp Naramore of France Street, of this age group Par. a I iapc-retaining, crease- .,
division teachers,
ents
youth
GULF THEATER Nokomis devotions at 2 by p.m.Mrs Programand George counselors and youth workersare resistant, hand,wasKaLle \
expected to attend this
Grassle. double knit. The overblonso :
today thru Saturday Ethel Blalock Circle at the course. '
home of Mrs. Richard G. is bound and buttoned
"THE KILLEPS"wth .
Steiner of Lakeshore Circle,
Civic OrchestraRehearses
Venetian Gardens, at 8 p.m. I contrastingly. Kelly green, \

Program and devotions by black, red, beige, i
Lee Marvin Mrs H. D. Stevens TodayVenice I
Those wishing Information
and about the Ruth Circle should Civic Orchestra will
call Mrs. Gerald Mears at UP THE LATE SUMMER SUN at Venice Beach are Mr. and Mrs-: Robert hold public rehearsal todayat
Angie DickinsonTropical 4881857. Steinwachs and their children of 221 Coral St, new residents from Buffalo, N. Y. Young 7:45 p.m. at Venice Junior e1Aa i" '"
I Gary is standing between his parents and the other children are, left to right Christine, High School band room f S ( lr
Does Rummage Sale Mark, Mary and Carol. Director Paul Goldenstein
DriveInToday said the orchestra still needs s. \ 1

Mrs. Earl Rawles, will be all wind, string and percus g VENICE :, {
thru Saturday in charge of a rummage sale DeMolaJ'Dance Local VFW Heads To Attend sion instruments and anyone SHOPPING '
interested in with the .
playing
'Z
to be given by Benevolent and & ;
"A HARD DAY'S NIGHT"and Patriotic Order of Does Set For SaturdayThe group should appear at the. t CENTER ; 'I

Drove 141, Friday and Saturday annual Jungle Ball of State Meeting SaturdayThe rehearsal. with his Instrument J
at Gulfbreeze Hotel.
the Robert E. Lee Chapter,
will be from 9 s.m.
"THE HUSTLER"and Hours Order of DeMolay, is set for state Fall Roundup lacy will host a banquet and
. both Rummage" '
to 5 p be m left days at the home of Saturday from 8 p.m. to mid. and Council of Administration dunce for council members
may Mrs Rawles at 225 Miami night at Venice Gardens Rec of Veterans of Foreign Saturday evening. ,

"A DISTANT TRUMPET'OOQQOOO Ave. until Friday after whichit reation Center. Wars and Auxiliary Saturdayin Next quarterly meeting, the
Music will be furnished by
will
to the hotel Ocala will be attended by Mid-Winter Conference,
should be taken
"The Chevels," a local band Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Nor bit held in December.
comprised of Danny Young, wood.
Dennis Holmbeck, Paul Thay. -

VIOLIN LESSONS er, Duane Drew. Holmbeck and Eddie Mrs.president Norwood Is and Tenth Comdr.District I Fall Special! i "

MARGARET S.: KENNARD M. Muff I Dress is semi-formal. Ad- Norwood heads the local post. !

firmer' 'faculty member American Conwrvatory of mission Is $2 a couple. The 11:30: a.m. luncheon at. DANCE CLUB :,
Tickets may be obtained Marion Hotel will be attended I
Muiie, Chicago from any DeMolay memberor by state officers, ten district '2 LESSONS I
PHONE 488-5520 by calling 488.3168. presidents and state 2 Parties Weekly I '. ,
--== chairmen of membership, Only $260 I
cancer aid and research, COMPLETE PROGRAMS
Americanism, publicity, essay
and rehabilitation of veteransand Private Lessons, ;;
The best finance
to
their families. 4 Group Lessons, way i a
ro .v
The 1:30 p.m. business session 4 Socials HOME IMPROVEMENTS
of the VFW will be held ONLY $32 .
at the Ocala state VFW Head TEENS &; YOUNGER ,
quarters and the women will 10 Private i

meet at the hotel. Comd. M. I Lessons, $32.00 .
I. Benson of Daytona Beach 12 Group Is with an :, : .)
will preside at the VFW meet. Lessons, $30.00 : .. ; ,
log and President Mrs. Edward Register Now OPENENDMORTGAGE : ; ;

r1 ENROLL NOW the Auxiliary Weiss of Homestead meeting. ,She at Fred Astaire LOAN ':-, I ;'

will instruct council memberson
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DANCE STUDIOSCall
the national president's in the first place : j ,
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1964-65 programs and district 958-6675 or Stop at .

Hilda PapamatINSTRUClRfSS presidents will report on district 1233 Sarasota Gulfstream Fla.Avenue SEE HARRY RABY OR PAUL LANIUS TODAYFIRSfdaW. : ,
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activities Between 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., :- : ':' '. i ,1 ; t ti '
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Basic and Advanced Courses :'


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skid n REG. 515 NOW $5.00

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II BEAUTY SCHOOL ,'' : WE GIVE BOTH "BODY" t "CURLY" PERMANENTSANNEK EAq ,

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2828 N. Tamiami Tr., Sarasota Carroll J. BrytDIRECTOR l 121 N. TimUml Trail Ph. 488-1347

27th St. "Our thirtiefh anniversary ,"
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4 t 10-TU GCMDOLIER. Venice. Flo. Uur" .s.". 17, 1964

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Limit OM Your CkoJto With$5 or Wore Order Llmtt OAO Y.rr Ihok.SALAD I.hIt r..Y..ewe. ,

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FOLGERS ASTOR DEEP SOUTH MIRACLE WHIP
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'i' POPULAR BRANDS OF NCHER'S ALE wt
; Prkoi Effoctivt Sopt 17th Thn 19th '
t 100 Extra TOP VALUE STAMPS FREE!

I F ; VENICE. With eel/poliN/ Purdw.of,TYKES SUGAR CREEK Beea-
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King Slag
)'' STORE ONLY Smoked Hams orFVtorCigarettes$2 63 6Pak E:

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I I I TOP VALUE, STAMPS. Wbolo or F lSkmk 45c CTN.PIS. 259 Cans :
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FRESH PORKSpareribs Cwr. V.1Id t11Io'opt.NA
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VAN HOLTEN'S . . I u, 59c r '7.1'I.!"',,' r.I:!. ....J..nw.UIIc: :.;. 51"'I" 39 C

W-D BRAND GOVT INSPECTED GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN
Sauerkraut . 21.Pkq. 39c
1{ W-D BRAND C
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BATHS ROLL BREAKFAST PALM RIVER T OlD. Puree 4 No.CMI 2% $100

Sausage . 29c
SLICED&E, < SAVE lie GREEN GIANT WHOLI KERNEL
B 28ge

I r TARNOW SKINLESSWieners . . .. 39t THRIFTY aeon.MAID-PROGRESSO,HUNT'S P,kg.DEL MONTI NOb Cora 6 ''ca, $100

COPELAND'S SPICED LUNCHEON,VARIETY PAK OR SAVE 38c GREEN OIANTGreen
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SAVE 17 ASSORTED COLORS

FREE! This Week Tomatoes.10e Kleenex . 6 300 Pkg.Umft a. $100
VAN CAMP Six
SAVE 14c LIVER OR REGULAR

.:p MarcresfDilation( Pork &: Beans No.oolOc lien-L- atm 7 Nr $1 00

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FRUIT FAVORED SAVI 17 THRIFTY MAID
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FRESHPRODUCE- W-0 B RAND Crackers . 3o: $1

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< I The GONDOLIER, Venice Fie. Thun., Seat. 17. I o4-ll I Ishire.

d : Venice East News I
Slfl'BllDt Next they went to ''I ,,

I F. Liverpool, N. Y., to ace a '
dear friend Mrs Mildred WHETHER YOU'REBUYING I ;

Bj SALLY STUBB3 Drahan One week they toured ''I
j jOR
Canada to Montrealand
going
----- Mr and Mrs John Rusch roughs III. On July 1 they had I 1'1'
- then Quebec where they
of 138 Venice East Boulevardhad a special celebration not
Rentals as visited the Shrine of St. Ann. I
CLASSIFIED Business Personals PersonalsLOSE a gay and delightful trip only that is the date of both On their return trip they met SELLINGYou're I "s

4 ROOM last week. They had received Mr. and Mrs. Burrough'a Values Are ,I 'I
Furnished Cottage up with hurricane Cleo and Best ;;!
a message from birthday but also their ton's
EXPERT long-time
RATES on Donna HAIR STYLING WEIGHT safely with were rerouted as no traffic t ij
Bay Phone
HERE!
even Found
friends Mr. and Mrs 0. C. birthday. Fred C. Jr.
,
manages
Instruction
In Dex-A-Dlet Table,..
'Sar..ot.'snew.st new
inis. 4883801.FURNISHED. was allowed, south on Highway
both Thursday and finest & Ellsworth of Los Angeles his father's former business j bI
Rates. school. Only 98 cents. Dick Meadows 15. ::11:11'I
!:Mrg. Monday EditiomI2 APARTMENTS Basic and advanced courses Pharmacy who were on a world tour on the Fred C. Burroughs

and reasonable Walk to beach Carroll's Beauty School, 2828 the CHINA that they wauldbe Metal Finishing Corp. and I
51.50 and shopping Call 488-3447, N. Tamiaml Tr., U S. 41 and making a call at Port Everglades the grandson is a nuclear '
Evenings 4742569.S 27th St., Sarasota Phone Legal and would be In port scientist. Also in Syracuse Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved II ,
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word minimum) 355-6844. one whole day and that they they visited Mrs. Burrough's li! :
( BEDROOM surely hoped it would be sisters, Kathryn Therre and
Words each 6c HOUSE moths W possible -
Ten COUNTY armies COURTIN
Additional water. Nicely furnished BOOKKEEPING Income AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY to see them there The Betty Devin, and a long-time II III ''i r
NPC. Phone 488-3881. Tax, State-Federal Wage STATE Of FLORIDA IN rROBATS.IN Ruschs called mutual friends friend who has visited them und I Hlfn.uy't': ' ( "i it

CASH raea} both Thursday Reports, Personal Typing, Kit Eattte of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Millerof here, Mrs. Earl Wood. On to \, -
and Mondl'l Ejifions Wanted To Rent your home, Champion typlat JAMES Dataaaad.DUN BAli CAM nil port Charlotte and the Buffalo they visited anotherson .01' S( [ 1 Q t. I : : ,.
30 years experience Nominal NOTICB TO CREDITORS four of them met the Orbs John Burroughs and his

51.40 WANTED TO RENT, with Fee, Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 HAVING TO All, PERSONS CLAIM AND AGAINST CRFDITORS: SAID and the Ellsworth when they wife and children Tommy and V_ i I '

tlon to buy 2 bedroom op. Banyan Drive Venice, Fla. ESTATEI docked. They toured the ship Sandra. In Salem, N. H., they '
(12( word minimum) house, furnished Phone 488112114.DRESSMAKING. and had dinner aboard and visited the Frank Cavarlys LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO.
or Ton ul auk eI tear 0.l
partly TM" m
-.. .... furnished. Write P. O. Box BOtlfM ui. Ngulral. to raaant melalma reported it was a little difficult from Venice East who were JOHN C. BENNETT I
n Ant.* AIWJW *" I" Suits, ad femanda which no, ortttlwr to understand the broad summering In New Hamp-
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s ehus. : U ant.In.rua. 209, Nokomls, Fla. coats and dresses Mrs ef m, ma' kara aralnil till Complete Roofing Contractor !
: . English accent of the
aotp a but. at JAMES DUNBAR CABS, waiters I
,;f. ':: ;'::.mireoNeaaha.;. 10I Betty Orthweln, N.P.C. ph. dreaaaad, lu. at MM Count, to tinHonorable all natives of India. After SPRAY COATING I ; ,

I A..'; 'sup.N, Gondoll.r P. O. Mobile Homes 426-1347. Judl. of Saraaote John T Counur Graham, Florida County, >thla their visit with the Ellsworths On Tile, Asbestos end Built Up Roofs !1 '.1 j
casbhsr Is. ..,11. is ....,,1... oHIaa hi tlM .xirt hoUM of Bald the Ruschs and the Millers Nokomis FI,. Ph 488-5913 (II!
RUBBER STAMPS "
AIRSTREAM 1962 Overlander made to Saraaota Oo>ntr Florid within ill '
went LEE'SPOWER 4 ,
calendar. monthi from Uw dole of thaflrat on down to the Florida
ClAS'SifiEDiiSPLA) YIII land :yacht. Completely self-! order Overnight service. !:.
publloatten of till lotto .h Keys where they toured for :
contained 4 tandem whee's! Office, personal, pocket or eilm or d_. .kail bo In writlnl i _._- :
: several
, I.OC
Inch $ u
Edition, p.r Electric stock 4881432. In dupll..,., and bill) auta tkt plaol days.
brakes, lots of .. ...
inch. .$].50 ex of .Id. ) pat offlot addraaaof MOWER
i'oth Edition per .. . -0-
i tras $2,00000 off original u. claimant' ahall bo aeomnpanMbr .
purchase Dressmaking, alterations, a fllltic too of On. Doll.. .nagavantrfln Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan -- j
price. ,
Harhor
Lights C*"<* LIT5) which m.r ,
11 claaified <* *yabe! In Mobllesltes Lot 84, Venice draperies, etc. Reasonable ho added to the amount of Hi. dais, have moved from their ....1< I '
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488-1130 end .hill o* .. ... to br tha elalm.bh home at 217 Venice East
!!vinca except established Phone 488-6321. at aiant, or bl. n Apr Blvd. The Morgans new residence ;J, \

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a claim or danand not ao fllad I
counts. '.' hall b. void will be in Sarasota. Ii' i
Misc. For Sale r
CREDIT CARD C. WYLLYJ moss, -0- I COCKRILL ONE
CANCELLATION or A. Adminbtntm. eta. ot thoLo.t Mr. and Mrs Fred Burroughs : ; LEE
HAMMOND ORGAN, Model FORGERY INSURANCE Will .nd Twtamvot It STOP
ADJUSTMENT are back In 'heir ho-ra
JAMES DUNBAR CAM.naeaaacd .
cancellation A, Full Bases Leslie speak Protect .. at 122 Sandhurst Drive ) SEZ.GO. .
quash for er. Bargain, 1,400.. ;your liability due Bradford after J BUILDERS CENTERATTENTION
ndiuihntnt became of error Chase, 2739-B Riverside E. T to lost or stolen credit :1? Wait ftII.:: _.., four months in the East. The
Dr., cards $10,000 Vanlaa, P1orld.Ahern..s *. Burroughs left In Mav for
ust b. "made for Thursday Sarasota Phone 3 ::1-8734 be. coverage, $28 for the abte
HOLIER BEFORE 5 fore 11 arm. After three years. For full par.tlcuJ. Syracuse N. Y, their former iP'!! : ,, .'!If;=.J I ',
p.m 7 p.m. ..* atop in or call Pnblie5r. Ioopt. 11. td. Oct I. B. Weal home, rented apt ipartmentand e. . "" <""
Monday For Monday GON WHITE GRAINED did their visiting from
IIIER BEFORE 5 pin on ER bed LEATH EDGEVanORSDALEAGENCY IN THH COUNTY JUDGE COURTIN there. In Syracuse they were j ,
davenport, coffee i
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AND FOR SABA80TA COUNTY
table, occasional table. Ba FLORIDA. IN PROBATE entertained by their son Fred G
lIICIey.PHONE hama couch. 488- 295. lit W. Venice Ave. 488-2289 IN RBl Tb. v.o.t..r, C Burroughs Jr., Ms wife I . .
KARL CRIGO! No. TTII '
and their 'r"t
Fred C.
ion Bur-
"1f :: M a3!! 0MR&MRSGVENICE

423-3125 I Steinway Pianos Knabe_ Everett NOTICE TO CREDITORS
G
George Steck Winter Cable TO ALL CRFDITORS AND OTHER
Nelson SHEPARDLUMBER PERSONS HAVINfl/ CLAIMS . .
Fayette S. Cable AOAINBT THE ABOVB ESTATElYM :
Lots For Sale Hallett & Davis CO. are ....br aotlf.. sod raqulr.ad .
Musette to til. any ajalau. or demand whlekrou
Players nay Itn ...1... Ui. laid aatat tti' :e., _tl.'B
rUNICK!! RtSIDKNCt lOTS 1003 N. Washington Blvd. ,
Pianola Players In th. offlot of tha Coantgr Judge of The New
TINIC1 RVfllNFBS BITES ... .
8.eo. Florida In t0. Court.
OWNH. MV JACO.... 4M-JHI -OrgansAllen Sarasota ....... at 110I''._* Florida. within dst Now is the time to
Lowrey call ) ealandar montha from thi data of
th. flrat publication. of this notloa, J .f%
Estate COMPLETE!: SELECTION OF I',
Real
ELLIOTT PAUL Each: claim or d..... mint bt Inwrltlnt.
REBUILT, RECONDITIONED In dtipllaaU, and mat stab 132 :tlf'.''' .
AND FULLY GUARAN for tho P.... of _Id.... and pose afflotraaa '
BEDROOM HOUSE In Venice ROOF TRUSSES of ti. claimant. and muat o.
TEED PIANOS AND to br th. claimant, kli
worn mint
Gose schools and ORGANS!' Alum. Windows & Doors or hli' attornar, or It will bacoma: raidaoeordlnf I !Ili REMODELOR
....
to Claim forma
ores Rent $75 mo, option to mar.
FROM $125. Contract Roofing & Painting b* obtained from thi Coon, .d... .
J'f.Phone 4881231. 'Florida's Larpsst Music Co' Phone 488-2132: Venice offlot. at thi Oourthouat to ......,.. t
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MODERN 2 bedroom home CANNON MUSIC CO. LILLIAN MONTAGUE

fir shopping center, hos- 1301 lit St., Eiaoitrl of thl Batata of ENLARGE 1
Opp. Florida" Theatre TYPEWRITERS and Adding Earl Grim, darMaad. 1
Ul and .choola. Rent $100 BOONS, HAlO 10 ISPHORDINO,
option to buy. Phone 488231 Open Thure. & Fri. till t p.m. Machines (mechanically op- riorida Powar Hint Balldlnc.Vmloa .
Phone 858-1019 rated) Chemically cleaned, Florida
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Attoroara Sin fiaotutrlx.Pobllahl YOUR HOME !
PLANTS FOR SALE like new. Just $12.50 plus i Ant. II. ..... .. I*. IT. I.... .. ,
Houses For Sale parts if required. All makes ---
,Norfolk Island Pines $1.50 Venice Stationers 211 W. Till ti a tight spot i . can \

4 kinds hardy Palms 2,50 up Venice Ave. 488-6113. NOTICE: or INTUITION w. help If you're* crowded \
BEDROOMS, 2 Bath aircmiltloned -
1'0 IIIIOII'I'SII "C1'I'I'IOU' NAME
Chinaberry trees ? 1.00 for space, store extra furni-

mlci Gardens.C.B.Phone Housein 488Tll Silk Oak trees ...... 1.25 Autos For Sale who ..don..,... do honbr arUfr. tore with u.. Courteous service, tJ WE WILL JO Q Q. EVERYTHING"
that lip ar* oogductlnt a &-
Bottle Brush ......, 150
week day and before\ ( ..iraaea bualacai at Launl Fla.. un* moderate retei. Drop by todayor 1 ,
Grafted Gardenias .. 1.25JJmee de r th* fliutloua lam* of L. M. Profill .
FOR SALE 1949\ DODGE. hone.
m. Weekends) and after 6, j> mt b. i1f
.\".1770. Lemons, $79.00. Phone 488-3597 after fins harms aooapoaad A of mctmt won followlnc that Mid par .t;;, 1 \
Calamondons .... 1.M 11:00 ..ina whoa* aura sod pity" of r*>. THINK OF 30" Cut; 6 or 7'/4' HP
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I, .,...,..... .. ....... PrI_. Papaya plants . ... .75 tonot ... aa foUonl '
,..!to. I ad. VII".I...... nadh, Strawberry .50 p.m.Used U .... Profflt Banbor. a L...... Engine YOU NEED DO NOTHINGBUT
guava
o.... LOU JACOBS. 4'MUTATTRACTIVE Trucks Launk. Fla. Mows 1.4 Acres an Hour.
Double Red Althea 1.25 III.... 1. PraTtll. ......... Luna 488-3845
3 Bedroom '2 AbellaGrandiflora . 1.25 Lou.... Fla.Ownorablp formerly CALL 488.1451 or
1 bsthi. Reasonable) Easy Lots of other plants '62 INTERNATIONAL R-185 of follo.aiL. U M. Profit laavranat'lancr HAROLD'S ASK FOR "MR. REMODELING"
ia
ma P. 0. Box M, Venice, MELROYS NURSERY tractor. New tires & Paint M. froffil aa H par oanLMtnnw Mower & Bicycle Service I
488-t47f. Perfect. f3 95. West Coast J. Proffll M par ...t. DIRECTLY BEHIND THE
Laurel Fla. Truck Sales, 3450 No. Washington It to our Inumtlon to appljt! to th* I __! k :
Clirk of Ui. Circuit; Court in and fur NOKOMIS POST OFFICEPh.
Turn east at Laurel Road
'ARM ,
MINERAL SPRINGS Blvd., Sarasota. (Rt. baraaou Countr Florida, to rtfi.irLam
rea 3 bedroom Home go to 3rd road, turn right. :301 North). tho said ..... 1.0 S. l"roUIl I..,,,... 488-3975 Your home CAN be improved. Let ui give you
.
r $100,.00 down no clostngt Oldest Nursery In this area car Asa Saida? .,.d.. tho if pro.Io"1II tlorlda.. of Act u..of. e free estimate. Wa do it all-even financing. .

>581 t, monthly Including payment interest only and FUEL OIL TANKS stands. !I Money To Loan letl.Asea Wi...,,.118". oar bao6. this II dv .1 WOLFER MOTORS Inc. OFFICE: EAST GATEE. I

irlnclpal Newly decorated Inpdi Fuel oil deliveries. S&H Venice Ave., Venice
and out. Concrete tile Green Stamps. Standard BUSINESS OR PROPERTY L H. 'ROnlT.fllNNlII RAMBLER DODGE '
001>', tile bath. Built-in oven Heating Service Across from Loans. Unlimited funds J. PROmT.Pabllahl >I5 <. T.mt.ml Trail 488.3965-488.6150

i range, C,B. construction. fire station 488.4052.APACHE. .vailable. Personal appointment An*. 57. Bop" S, le. IT, 1N4. SPECIALIST IN. SEE THE NEW
arranged. S. M., Box
L 11 BEDROOM HOME in 748, ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
lase area $100.00 withonthly I S Brake Repair Lubricate Chaiiii

"'"KM,'Including payments Interest>3 low and as World's best built best Boats For Sale Front End AlignmentFront Oil ChangeAdjust MODEL HOMESNEASTGATE I'

...rnclpal selling camper trailer. End Overhaul I Headlights Beami I ,

I I.llnd 3 BEDROOM HOMES Special! demonstrator sale 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruis Wheel Balancing: Electrical: Repair

.. Venice, emir $250,00. now going on. Little money er. Ship-to-shore radio. I Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or StandS :
I CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor down and low bank pay Depth finder. Marine head. NEW SHOWER VALVE Radio Repairs I I. and Transmission Repair I

Branch olflcedKentvMotel, ments.CAMPER'S WORLD hull.Double$1,700.planked Call Venice Mahogany 488- oNl HANDIR 0050 woex cenwot AirconditToninq Repaid and Installation( I'

488.2241.488.1895 100 N. Washington; Blvd., i455 or see at Tarpon Center

(Opp. Mass Bro..) Marina.SERViSQFT. DISTINCTIVE LARGER
BEDROOM. .
p CB Home -
J M75,,00 down, assume mortC Sarasota :

Care. U 48-J507 after 6 Co t Real I EstaGULF te
pni. Tri-Counfy Equipment D Cornerij ; ,

VENICE GARDENS 2 bed. BELL RD. SARASOTA FLA. k ,

bath, paneled 955-5705
liuldaaroom, cathedral ceil- 7fVi week specials/ on ,t

|logs. central heat. Available Black & Decker Tools SHORES It's A Honey i I
UN n
request. 488-WW. i

NEW, RETIRED NEIGH. Help Wanted Babe's Plumbing Co Close to Golf Course tt Beech: 2 bedroom, 2 bath, INVESTMENT DUPLEX j 'I aLike

BORHOOD between Casey garage and carport, heat and air conditioning. Fireplace,
Key Beach and Shopping. Ce- FULL OR PART-TIME danceteachers I 481.2402 488.5282 electric kitchen with dishwasher and disposal', screened New 2 I B.R. Units I Furnished Urge I

lilt cent' block lot on 1 BR canal, 80x145'paved ft. I. available Apply needed.1233 Training Gulf- Radio Equipped Trucks porch, nice landscaping and fruit treyA Lot Fruit Shrubbery, 2850.00 Down, Tale overpayments I I

nests, partially furnished, I stream Ave, Sarasota. 488-4488 P. O. Box 454, Nokomis,! GOOD BUY AT $14,900 $73.00 month. !

city pun unfutere, well water, no REAL ESTATE OFFICE GULF REALTY : ,J
'laxes. Winfleld Way FRANK C. RAEBURN
wants licensed Real Estate '
taM l Acres), J. w. Streu, Salesman. Reply REB P. O. I REALTOR V/M. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker i '

Rentals Box 148. -ELECTRICAL 251 W.'Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-488-2449 216 S. Tamiaml Tr. Ph. Day 488-6738, Nit. 488-5836 I i I {

ESTATE office
ACTIVE REAL '
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ROOM:. >. baths, lurCite. wants live-wire licensed '
Mad or unfurnished. East I real estate salesman. Reply INTERESTED? i \" 'i i

| V.nla, 488.3286. I J. C. Box 748. Venice CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE Lot on Peppertree Road, Venice Gardens $1,400.00 Air Conditioned '
,
roR LEAsE OR SALI: Son SalesmanSALESMEN LIGHTING SUPPLIES Waterfront lot ,'in Venice Gardens . . . a $3,200.002Bedroom Central Water and l '

new rento. Shor... furnished Home In Nokomis, $7,500.00-$500.00 Down Sanitary Sewer. h;,
Bedroom home $1M for Venice and Screened Patio 2 Bedroom ;I

mo tb, 488-3700. I port Charlotte area. Age no ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. Lot in City of Venice, City Water, I Bath Dwelling ... I I : .

I BEDROOM nicely Darrler. Salesmanship and integrity Sewer and Pavement . . .. .. . . .'.. $1,800.00 Well For Garden and Yard I (;l'
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1 Indians; Host North Fort Myers 'I' Registrations Power Squadron Still OpenIn CourseThe




-I .I. BOWLING second In a aerie of otlng, George French.

I .1 I i II Tomorrow In Football Opener along 10 lecture on the and fundamentals question sea of elude Table Herbert instructors Mann,vll Wslter II) u.

ty !IIIIII piloting and small boat hand Mlnnerly Samuel Roth, B-T
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will be held tonight at 8 mond Roth Robert
m-mi . BOB Swi.w in.m.i.i ling Soault
Myakka\ Lanes for a IK ...1. . Walter M...... The senior-laden Venice . p.m. at Tarpon Center Yacht ing, Lyle] Smith, Charles
bach had the kit lane of SU On the High School Indians open briskle and William Elcut
distaff aldei Carolina Jenien 111 . Club.
F BPAA All.Star Elimination will .belie Anna Walah 1411 . LbS Bwlahet 164 their 1964 football season here Registration In the course berger.
Id B.turd.y S.1>t. 26 ml 1 p.m, and tomorrow at 8 p.m. against Venice Power
Bain on :' Bent. 87, u 1 p.m.tlirht tilt.." r....... MI.ed atarted with North Fort Myers in White sponsored by .
n-'t1; a
tuna be tolled aaeh day Georm K nkle tapping: the men with Squadron is still open. SubJect
and on. o/ each five entree ...11IrO\ 1BO came and 111 ....1... Keen Lay. Sands Conference clash It session will Englewood Am
I to Miami on Oct M and 85 u parUdpau 10. led the '.dl.. with a Aso ..rl.. will be the visitor's Initiation to( tonights
in tho .... .hminaloon fay a pabatn 161 . Vera ".vl. ai+ a zu be "Safety Afloat" with Robert Meets\
.."t In 1h. :Natlo.al Tournom..t In 160Ra Halo M..looa UI . Babe Into the conference and will Monday
Phaadrlphia. .a J.nulLI'Y. 106&. The RI.| 111. be the first between Mallett the lecturer.On
t only et tD th. ..tranto will .b. tho meeting Thursday ENGLEWOOD The
..... .. Mans Venice and the Lee 1! succeeding j.:
... attn fm and bowled hat atMrakka Byaeh Scratch looaeorera .. County : their Klewood American
Lanoo Sen! 16 and 2T. There Included Herman Duke 101 . eleven. ; nights the subjects and Legio
toowan dlvlolon.. ono lor tho I.dl. Don Wllllnma tut . Jay loot"'.. instructors will be as follows: Auxiliary will resume scdtib!
i and one for the men . .It's wntah" I (10 Gerry Duke ill.H o Hermit North Fort Myers will field ties at the first
Schaefer poet
; Seamanship J. H. -Sumnel,
I Moore Ill , Cleta Konhna Silo ,
Our "L..... ;i Howl", prgttrn hmono Paul Nave t4 . I,lord Twit a veteran team that has play. small boat handling, John meeting at Legion headqunt
Thuroctav .onion .t 10 III . . ;
? on Terry I."choor 114-811 ed an Independent schedule
ers Monday night
Qualified Inotructara viva personal aaetataiie John Houeeworth log . Rill Hllh. taa err $ Barndollar; equipment and Sept, 21
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to the b..,nnera and a ....1. bard Sill . Bill, Crave !02.108.0n2 since it opened two years ago f Md regulations, Leslie at 8 p.m.President.
l I col "U.rn to Howl '11... are ihown for a Ant aerlea Rick Herbert 100 They will graduate their first TF government
Mrs
I .. the eo"rsee pro,._. All Inatnio . gun fin Minor toz . Henry J. Urban; rules of the Norrnin
I tonne oi'. 1'KKK, the on y sort to awl Wen man t>l . Lee F... liT . senior class in 1965. j t wawy road Herman Huhn; aids to Coulon and her new staff gj
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: oat flu unmix bow ltd.Th Sill B'ahl' got . Carl Carina 101 ? I
Ten seniors and officers will
'junior
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. Ray Perkin. too.101 11)4 for Measta. navigation Herb Thorp; the FIrst
I Bin.!a, .r.n..n "Improw . AI timntnm 100 . Philh.rid.n all veterans of the 1963 campaign t 4 Mariner Stan Vice President Mrs. Clayton
I Tour A.nr.." 011"0 Kill aim tun.dry. 22& RI.k compass
Her6.rt Stan Cull.Ins.
Or ol n. 4. .t I p.m. Hot*.. a.h.nro .. Mont W..kman, II... {'h.n..nd . will get the starting i Bennett, and charts and pil Rhodes, chairman of the
r 10 n,ck up eoma poln.... from inln* H"th Macula blind aenraof nod from Venice Head Coach i membership campaign. ..

1*. Frre. __ .171 Epmr rolled. Ine.the rolled Mm. the high team tame hk nMS Jim Powell The Indian for. j 1 3 r ports that the campaign kai '

Junlnr, nan n Will R..t.r. action on tams of 00-891.0 for ward wall averages 184 i E'wood Legion'sSeason been progressing favorable
lunlor lI"'h" Junlnt LP..u. oa Sat- tT4i1. pounds and the backfield 160 and that she will be
today en'. ii. at 10 .m. -- j availabla]
Senior H>/ h J nhr League on Sun- p.Io'a" lori Dlrd. Art 1Iu..n for an overall average of 175, > r r To Open at Monday night's session
I dot, Sept. 10 at I;JO p.mElementary . t &.547 fm" top ....... and .orl. . some seven pounds above that Y E' accept payment of 1965 to
hch*ol Rantama on Friday on.. Iwldlntgr 191 . Au.U. 7y dun
af er .achonl S'pt. it Shock IDT . ,11m Lane 190. . of last year's starters | ENGLEWOOD American
t' The Junior Proirnm nil\ nn, until lamar Motley 111 For the Ha . Legionnaires will hold the
the start! o( the 1.lltl.I Loans Baseball Mr/ flwliher, 171.161.170 for top aerleaof Graduation cost the Indians j .
t pmgran I. Frb.sry:! :... 104 . Dee Shock 161 . Pinny six starters four linemen Initial session of the Fall sea LaMarrBeauty
".>hl, 171 .
\ :;nt Th. | M::.> Front Sally Soott" HIT Jinny. . Harriet Mann 100 Hendrix l and a pair of backs. Missingat THE VENICE HIGH coaching staff checks Myers They are, from left, Bob Hedrick, son Monday night at Legion
M..t .. itol. f o. abets Ito . Mary . , Poe the opening whistle will bet plays for the season's football inauguralhere backfield and jayvee; Jim Powell, head Hall
anon this pant nook end all the .Leta Houaarmen .mp.\7 .
s and Laua are not poolad . on hero: Ito-- Bowera 1B( ; a c k 1 e Gordon Bradford tomorrow night against North Fort mentor; and Jim Somers line. Plans for the organization'sFall Shop
OpensIn
a lI.t 01 ..... sad ....... rolloel byI RI.l..k I........ 11nn4 Gdlne I' guards John Ives and Steve program will be discussed -

I the B.nn'ondln.IndlvMnnl.t. t.dl.I IM LernsAd 401 Krtln Hnuwh of round 162. the. lop 000int of I Maurer, center Bob Dand the right half post to replace Zacharias, who has slimmed off chores will be MacDonald Also on the agenda will
on ranue 177 147 for Wolfer
,lei"er edved tm )laylobRn by one h .,Holston team . FlliabetS: Shook ridge, right halfback Bob Harrison and senior John down from 210 to 198. while Hodges will be calledon be reports on the post's Sum
i Jim Sin hi.400....Lln".Ir. .nVnotool. 10407 6 ........ had Ill the Inn Mane tame Kinder of 19! . Pat Hill Harrison and fullback Gary Henne will take over at fullback Replacing Maurer and Ives to attempt the extra mer membership campaign, NokomisThe

toP. .1nglo. puma R"wna Covlll 107 104 , Annie =h 171 .Kay. Moser Harrison and Moser after spending two seasons at the guard positions will be points Boy Scout Committee acUvl

Wyckoff' 11>rnfe m Bchramm, : Ann 171 Kraft, '161. Delay. : Zel.Wllll.Pat Rehmltt 166 ,101, _. . Janet Smith Party 101 were last year' biggest yardage at left half.Quarterback Phil Youngberg, 190 and Bob The Indians have had near ties and veterans service of. LaMarr Beauty Shop

t Mario Johlmrn ]7J . Hnrrle. Hi>n t '. picked up -the o-difficult 4 10 ..ollt.I B Vo..len 177 Silky. .17 Kerneta' . Dnmln 178 . all four linemen played both will be back for his third yearto Charlie Hodges will be the opener and, according to( Lemon Bay Post Com located in Nokomis just south
Frann
j :.ir't TV Pogbw.d Man's 1 tans 110. NleholaGyro's on Offense and defense. call signals and last year's back at their familiar flanker Coach Powell, they are 'as mander Bill Haste urges all of the Casey Key turnoff
I y ? .the kb t runt and fm Bru.th. Geo.Caldwell I Dlng.I --- Henne At Fullback defensive stalwart Terry Has posts Hodges weighs 195 andLandgraf ready as they'II ever be." Legionnaires to make a special This new shop is operate

1 If Sri" ::. Ti,rrt',,::n'I Insu.nra toot.' an Lanes I Speedster Paul Peden, a kins will start at left half. 155. He added that not too muchis effort to attend Mondaynight' by Mary Bishop, well known,
'"" stn 2 rnna Irnm Pac'a T.y..n. Both are seniors Haskins will play safety on Visiting Le- local beautician who
been meeting
: P'toot"n"I. II'e' Modern. rhllll" "00" junior, has inserted at known about tomorrow ( "SI
troy -;" t Iii Rnwlw Fun..1 Nome Edre-Van Omlale Ladlea Loons Tom McDonnell, 195.pound defense and Rick Harper will night's opponent other than glonnaires' are Invited to attend formerly associated with the
e end 2. R. Hubo1't w. 'n' ftc Fm': ,.. take over at left end Greg the which will Center Salon
I Rnw'1... 'IonpnCPO.'ord Air 'ondlt- Mayleban Oh Inc 18B and senior has been switched that "they should be an experienced meeting Beauty
1",'n,It..ct pncd Fnfrlewood Aunt Service 6401 Ma I .fig en'e -Ina Ctmrlea 771 and II...2248.211 and M Li'l) Indians from tackle to center to fill Jones is a guard on defense team, having play. start promptly at 8 p.m. Mrs' Bishop received her

,.] p 1'tamI,,', 210 with"irar.the and halo M.01 dear lIRrold.. Lloydi M.n. for a *07 aerlea Wlvei, I Joe I..K...aak. _6(5Maaona the gap left by the departureof and Shep Lawrence and Steve ed together as a unit for the I Legionnaire Whitford Bark. training at the Harper Training
) u'ond 7..und. team and Gertrude for Bradley play linebacker and ley deputy chairman of the School in Rochester
-I i T .iie'nT 1111 Nedra Batee ISO
,' | two in
school
)'" Y""k and K",' ,lit I past years high
I t' sideback respectively Lawrence will Y. and at the
i .n another at the tackle membership committee Connecticut
I and t. Paul B'iiiteo rolld the l.mre. Mill year
,6" I b .h gnmr "r 2IT and added a 601 V. 209(I and Bl*'TI t.If.I Bruce Mlted CaMwell-Ro er M.Trove... Begin Practice posts will be 195-pound All- is a junior and the rest and prior to that in junior be available before the meet. School of Hair in Greenwich
"Iff for the Look .d Taveritmer .
Key
I V 'cm R>of nir boat Man 7'n.hke'aI. City ,6" 180 and ilTl I George Dig.a50 County and Conference seniors. high.II ing to accept 1965 dues Conn

L! t.yr.ting. .II tae.:I"".-s.wlih blots t Larry oarl.Johnmm of 808 11111 154 Phllll.and 441.Food Mind N""ro Bruce McDonald and Jim Doing the punting and kick. =". q.t '''L <'. .._,. 1 . ___. ""' rd ...-
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11; .111I a 20T gtma Po'.' To..mlnnl. Trnnapon, 111 and For 64 SeasonThe i'd"'r : ""' H '"" '''t''J..rd.'i.'h; : :! ' Il "C.W 7Ci1\1J\'
:--o- tool| Tom. Fnoch. Land.0'R"n IKI and FISHING NEWSThere
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j I t Pmmmn''nne." M.n' T.lie Sftn' T .mlnal Traniinort fl78 and lftl I
\"i a'artrt nlth WANtf ttking 5 any 5 Bowler of the Y.er "Lu.k," I I I VHS Enrollment
from the WI.h'np well on Gen.. IOv. Ilurd ne howled! a SI8 ammo to lead Venice Junior High has been a big run
::1 f 1'o' 2111 end Cnrl 1P hmann';. 202. In the Men Bowler, of the Year. His School staff of red fish at the jetties this TAKE INCHES OFF YOUR WAIST!
"rim < .. coaching was
lam Rho tn bol.I 1' 1 hv P r 1 t the bard.IOramot 4.7-in anllt Veneln Nchola D-0 was ....ond and JackPeek greeted by 39 seventh and week and, according to reports M EN'
Itl far'em wm 2 of S from Jorr nollnek? wl'h Silo war chid Pant Btd from the bait and Reaches 572
eighth grade candidates
for
-1 Miller a Venn Meat Cratr' on Clay I..k' I" with h.ndl..p hd. tho ; INSTANTLY
e Cowipera ftf>< aerl.a on rnmaa of Iflo Latin ",'h K., Idlllr "lOin,, In'OPnnd the 1964 Lil Indian football l tackle shops, they are hitting -
tl'Wt Largo HI h'rn. SIS and 201 .lth 889 and Nib Burdin' both bait and artificial
team
at
afternoon'sopening
third Monday
1 porn paced the illl-nn "iort Water with &1'
,t i I" t.w to I or A .nyo ol'tnro ovrh --- session This numbers lures
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tho Ph o".rd-e linker .',,," Q..I.toot to.otth. Sets New MarkWith
M. C. and Y.
,I Ed PloHn'a vane. Hood.Palo. AdmissionFor expected to swell consider. Eppell M COMFORTABLY!
took 2 of a J;; rho AmoNran7orim ably when the seventh grad Clark, both of Nokomis

., Pinch, wtth tetra, a Boo 101. tlnmlltan. n!as bno Ham.for Air Force ere complete their physical caught 50 on Monday and 45 209 students now enrolled
f ik n'nn: S of ( front Tots;::, HardwareJ examinations and turn out on Tuesday using sand
in Venice School'seleventh
I Sul 42' A"hn it'n H PWk."aevorth added roll"a tot"H for 21".1KB tbe blah and Academy Now for the first timeAnswering leas[ Carl Thompson and grade,High the class is MANilA) TEl!

Aaoying, Hamilton floater the initial call William Deming of Venice the largest in the schools

I 4l V..I,,.\olon.lt' Bank run andy WINTER HAVEN High were 17 backs and 22 linemen caught 15 on Tuesday with history.
'r T>"lla wrret Gall 1 Ruth school seniors who( wish to several of whom( were shrimp as bait. MEN'S
148 . Ralpa4 rhllda 174 . B.rn_ make application for the U regulars on last years elev- These catches were registered Total enrollment Is presently .
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Pomlo III R'II Ptnhl .I'O'\
P r P., 818 . Torts HM.h ant . MonI S. Air Force Acedemy must en.The at Roy's Sporting Goodson 572 in the three grades with UNDERSHORTS
I ", Li'1 Indians play a 20 to 25 more students expected -
,1111rG1,0,0 Stahl'1 507Ch..IIl aorylJohe do so immediately if they are W. Venice Ave.
by the end of theY
onn 2''.212.1 TO for 591 ocdn to be considered for the class home and home schedule TIIAT
Mary Trlmtnro 107 . RII". ]Moroh entering the against Rivervlew MacIn. Senior month, according to Principal
school Golfers
17J. Kay Fry. 101 . military
J. K aak John Davis At the end of
104 and Los Frre 51(447. In June 1965 tosh, Brooksido and Sarasota SLIM

nlor fltliena- Rot r. n'RrlanfnoyabIcGOIF The announcement was In the Sarasota County Junior Meet\ Mondays\ September ment was S70 1963 total enroll. r,
made jointly by Lt, ColonelsL. High School League
Head coach is Ralph Win. All senior golfers are invited .
B. Anderson Jr. and John Boys outnumber the girls
i J W. Dillin, academy liasion sett, while his assistants are to join the Senior Men's by 30 In all three grades.

; officers for Pasco, Polk Ralph Archibald, Joe( Russo Breakfast Club, which meets Tenth grade enrollment of 189

Highlands Okeechobee Man. and Don Heath. Monday mornings, at Lake has 107 boys and 82 girls. The

day 0'.' ,tee. DeSoto, Hardee and New to the junior high foot. Venice Golf Club Breakfast junior class has 106 boys and
Sarasota counties ball program this year will Is at 8 a.m. and tee-off time 103 girls and the twelfth

TRY Application is made through be intramural every Friday Is I 8:45: a.m. grade class of 174, largest '

I 5ARA5OTAGOLF U. S. Senators Spessard Holland ]. afternoon at the high school The first meeting of the senior class In the school 1I

and George Smathers or field for candidates who do 1061-65 season was held Mon. history, has 88 boys and 86

\ Representative James A not make the varsity day. girls Principal Davis said.

I I DAILY GREEN CLUB 53 \ Haley.thorize The civil congressmen service examinations au.. du t 4ap( _

I FEES. .UV \ to( be given in late n 4t

I J.st Off Ces Ridge Rd. \ October but establish a cutoff .

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AI \ MIKE YOUNG, captain of the Gulf Little Mike' teammates from left, Geoff Jones design give MANDATE the look

I I i.1 League junior division championship Venice Bobby Sanchez Lester Gentzler Tommy Grtetforgolert.bowlen.tmetesnew and feel of regular underwear;
Lions baseball team, is congratulated here Pitcock Terry Powell Johnny Shaver .a t

by Club President Ken Breeding as he is Charles Wynne, Barry Knott, David KnDtt, comfort in walking, no trussed-up, glrdla-lika ap
presented his "graduation" pin during last Ken White and Tony Gay, Also receiving pearance or constriction.

'I "i Thursday dinner honoring the team Mike "graduation" pins were Burns, Pitcock, working or lust plain waif,.". MANDATE! travels weB-qtrfck

I completed four year of play for the Lions Gentzler and Shaver Missing from photoare washing fast drying I
'WHE J HE GOES BANK-WARD and was an All.Star for the past two( seasons Eugene Fowler and Wesley Turner

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