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 24, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00236
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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I larley's Latest I College For Area UrgedThe I Let; Dredging r

tallion' Book South Sarasota County "It I is quite conceivable Huston's report read by tee to impress upon his fellow Funds Okayed
Committee of 100 has urged : that substantial acreage : Phillips, said $500 thousandIs commissioners the necessity .
the state to consider the Venice would be available from local included in the 1965 county for continued work on the
J area for one of the three Interests at no cost to the budget for the project, this Arcadia road including hard- I
By SAM DILLONalter not even remotely resembling new senior colleges proposed' state sum to be borrowed from the surfacing, after the Initial The West Coast Inland Waterway through Venice moved
Farley Venice's the real people. "Doc" Pal. to the Board of Control for I "Your earnest consldera State Road Department and work is completed. two giant strides towards reality this week. I t
best.selling author of ju- mer, however, is an exception the Suncoast. tion is respectfully requested. repaid at the rate of $100 In Washington President Johnson signed the public works
!i fiction, has done it In "The" Black Stallion The committee's action was I: ." thousand annually Erosion Study appropriation bill including $850,000 for construction on the

uJ! Challenged Farley describes taken at its Tuesday lunch I II Arcadia Road Huston added the loan Received confirms 11 l Ion project during the 1964-65 calendar year. r':'
ii LSI off the Random House him thusly: eon meeting It authorized a In other action at Tuesday's would be up for validation by from Colonel H. R. Parfitt, In Tallahassee, the State Road Board awarded a contractto
net Is another In they "For a while Henry (the I letter to that effect by Com session the committee: the State Supreme Court next chief of the Corps of Engineers tne nay Dredging ana construction ;
hr Black Stallion series Black Stallion's veteran train. mittee President Bill Phillips e Received a report from week. district office at Jack Co. of Tampa which
[Parley, titled "The" Black er) kept his eyes on Dr.Palmer' to Dr. Broward Culpepper, Sarasota County Commissioner The $500 thousand would sonville, that the Public submitted a low bid of $1,090,. Library Board
s ion Challenged. tall, round-shoulder. executive director of the Masel Huston on the statusof provide for the 150-foot right. Works Committee of the U. S. 266 for the East Venice Ave
! ,minj out best sellers Is ed figure hoping thus to reassure Board of Control. I the extension of Venice of-way grading and coveringwith Senate has authorized a study nue bridge over the canal.
I nj to be a tradition with himself even thoughthe Farm Road to State Road 72 shell topping, and drainage of Sarasota County beach erosion Final Link
And so is his use of man was well known to The proposal for the new Names Standish
ey. for a direct link eastward to work. and that the study will The $850,000 federal appropriation .
three "senior colleges, ,
names in his cast of fie- be competent and skillful"Further year
Arcadia. Huston urged the commit- begin immediately upon receipt is for dredging the
which would offer master'sdegrees
[ on in the same nar
| characters
al of funds from Congress channel between Boca Grande 'f!
1 i his latest book, Farley rative Is this description, in selected areas of
, ,continued the tradition of "Dr. Palmer finished dryinghis study, was included in a I Received word from Senators and South Venice, already under New Director :
Nokomis Girl Wins and for start on .
way a
onortaUzln," the names hands on a sterile towel; sweeping 10-year master plan George Smathers and
the final link of the canal
11 friends and neighborse he glanced at his assistant for higher education presented Spessard Holland that they Venice.Approximately.
widely known in theN standing alongside and nod. to the Board of Control by will continue to press for extension
area and others not ded. They were masked and its staff last week after a Scholarship SemiFinalsA of Interstate 75 from $700 thous.
and will toward the dredging
well! known gowned and scrubbed, readyto year of preparation. Tampa to Miami by way of work go from Boca Grandeto

ike'"Doc" Palmer, for exi begin. The surgeon's eyes One of the colleges wouldbe 16-year-old Nokomis girl' arships awarded nationwide. the Lower West Coast but Alligator Creek in South
i Ie, Nearly everyone swept over the table and he located in the ManateeSarasotaCharlotteLee has been named Venice High Awards may reach a maxi that all the funds for the current Venice, which started last
i.i Dr. C. S. Palmer, who made a swift, meticulous inventory area. School's lone semi-finalist !in : mum of $6,000 for the four 41,000-mile program already month.
r rates i veterinary clinic of the Instruments." the 1964-65 National Merit years of college. have been used up. This will leave $150,000 fora

4 Jie Tamlami Trail about The surgery, it might be Heartily Endorsed Scholarship competition. Marjorie said she probably Heard Lloyd Mader of start on the "missing link"
, t milts south of Venice. added, was successful. "The Committee of 100 Marjorie J. Sturges, daughter wiil enroll In a Florida college Sarasota explain plans fora from Alligator Creek to the
, 'arley, In his latest book Farley also has Inserted heartily endorses the proposaland of Mr. and Mrs Frank W. or university if she wins booklet titled "Venice Area Venice Inlet, which will be )
type-cast the local vet- what might be considered local requests that South Sarasota Sturges of Rt. 2 Nokomis one of the scholarships, ma- Panorama," similar to one dug through the eastern partof ,
anus In the role of "Doc" atmosphere into his de. County be considered as I scored highest out of 75 VHS joring In one of the fields of he publishes covering the City the City of Venice. With Iwr

Imtr, a veterinary surgeon scription of the scenery al a location," the group's let. Juniors who took the prelimi- : science of Sarasota area. this money in hand, the West
Huleah race course near Hialeah as seen from the ter said nary tests last year. : The Sturges family came to Coast Inland Navigation Dis- (
Uitually/ grandstand: I VHS Principal John E. Florida three years ago from Phillips announced next trict will be able to keep the
Farley assigns his -' The gondolier,* poling his "South Sarasota County Is Davis said past records show the Canton, Ohio, area; Marjorie Tuesday's meeting will be the project going without -stop
!life names to characters' (Continued on pare 2)) located geographically for access that about 98 per cent of the la a member of the VHS committee's formal session ping. The channel already has ,

from North and South, semi-finalists have become chapter of the National Honor for the month of September, been dredged from Venice Inlet
and soon will be to the east finalists. As a finalist Marjorie I Society and last year was a northward
i It is In the heart of the grow- would be eligible for member of the ParaMedClub. with the entire membership The contract awarded In
mJF Committee Ing lower Florida West Coast. one of several hundred schol- urged to be present I Tallahassee is for one of the

three bridges to be built "' '."
'" erw the canal In the Venice
r: across
: .. .;, .;'/' :' ; area. Contracts will be let LIEUT COL. STA.NDISUThe "j
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later for the other two structures board of the Venice
Leaders Chosennumber one north of town and Area Friends of the Library
;//r; ; the other in the Center Road changed architects and elected *
& . It ; , : vicinity between the Venice a new director at its meetIng -

of committee apnlments been heard from this year... city limits and Venice Gar Tuesday. L'
have been These were given 10 days In dens.Work Kannenberg and Hanebuth ,,'
by William C. Payne, which to have their budget re. is expected to start a Sarasota firm, was employ \
pain' chairman for the quests in the committee's Immediately on the East Venice ed to prepare plans for the
ed Fund of South Sara- hands Avenue bridge, which will proposed new library buildIng
County. be nearly one-half mile in to be located at the corner -
drive will be con. '
e In- Th UF ,Py, ;. length. It will start in frontof of Milan and Nokomis
appointments were in October and November -
]led In ducted the Masonic Temple, Just Avenue in Blalock Park. This
a progress report Additional meetings
(Continued 2) (Continued on 2)
'fc it on pate page
a meeting Monday preliminary to the kick-off ,
eel by A. Walter Johns, UF will be held, Johns said at YY,aa
''ident. Monday's session in the Community .

f'<.I Carl appointments Hamilton Advance Included Federal. Room of Sarasota i 4 You Don't Have !

'a Division; Charles Bruin
MSB and Industries Di
'on; Merle Graser, Mobile. all i+.r .V 1W P i6+1 rMw rY.'M'YSAv !

it mood Parks, Public Division Employees; E. S. Ouster Aimed To Travel Far

vision; and Paul Maurer,
sidential l Division. h ; w9t .
[Irs Hamilton reported the AtNPC'sCityGovernment To Register

portion\ of advance gift
en were already in the I
wph! A. Ryan chairman Dally voter registrationfor time deputy registrar in
I:* Budget and Admissions South Countians beginning the South County to accept ,
iMing, Committee NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Monday has been announced registrations for the general -
| drive last supported by Flavlus Wood and the four Meade, Sarasota County ber. e I

year had not city commissioners will besought .. .t=:.. .l'1ri'Nil' :': .M.i;: supervisor of registration. Meanwhile, voter registration I
by the citizens committee 1' SignsOf Mrs. Meade said a deputy at the Sarasota
appointed here last registrar will be on courthouse continued at a
Sleek 65s week. duty at the Venice Civic brisk pace with the count 1

Carl B. Meyer Civic Association Center dally from 9 am. Monday standing at 21,968
On ParadeThe president and chair- ; to noon and I p.m. to 5 p. Republicans 19,787 Democrats 1
man of the 10-member com :: : : m. Sept. 28 through Oct. 3, and 885 Independents.
mittee said a three-man subcommittee ProgressDowntown the final day of registrationfor Sarasota County, according -
,7 on curtain the rises Mon- was named Tues- .. .' I ( the November election. to Mrs. Meade, still I I
enlts Area second annual I day to draft the petition callIng t ,' The registration books has an estimated 24,000 .
Auto Showh -a of the city also will be open Mondayand
resignation to
for eligible registerwho
h e"" -ill showing of the officials. . : ., .. .ta&k; Venice began t*'- Friday evenings Sept. persons have not done so.

models of five of Meyer said the subcommittee leg on a new look this week 28 and Oct. 2, from 7 to 9 The Venice area public
popular oars draft the work o'clock for the benefit of
here aka was scheduled to at progressed on con library, at the request of 4
Bank b1 of the First, Nat'nal petition Wednesday afternoon struction of canopy (Ieftlln) business people and persons Rockwood Bullard library

lolnln( hands Venice with the and present it to the 10-man front of the El Patio Hotel unable to register during president supplied Information ,
wnsorlng bank In bring"I committee today for spprov- e p rr building owned by W. L.MiIa. Englewood the daytime.voter registrations this week for voters :
a special al The will whose sight Is so Impaired I
Auto canopy
Section will i
citizens committee was be acceptedfrom ; i
10 Its The ( that they unable to use
readers the sidewalk for distance are
are The organized after the City Commission cover I 9 a.m. to 5 p,m. Sat
,0NDOLlER Ifa the four adopted a $56,178 bud of 150 feet. Meanwhile, urday, Sept. 26, at the Rec. the out voting assistance.: machines with- i I

wed V'fcdeilI"s'? "rn" get over the vehement protests the parking lot *t Venice city nation Center. '
auto Industry 125 residentswho beach face-lift too with County commissionerslast The library staff found in I'
lid the of some got a 1
Venlce-Nokomls crowded Into the municipal the week agreed to under. the State Code, Chapters
'inlr and< the Englewood r'a paving completed over 87.061 and 101.061, that
lnk. offices last Thursday weekend by Wynn-Warren write the expense for a '
"' ..... morning deputy registrar in the such voters may appear t I W
'P'' .
'//If's Jln, their i.w Following the meeting, at Construction Company South County until regis- before the registrar or deputy t
net at the Auto Show which no one was permittedto trations close Oct. 3. Mrs. registrar and obtain : I l
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their' Showrooms about Meade reportedly turned special certificate i of 't! r ,
voice their
II!J Oil.|'he Duncan Chevrolet, 150 residents met in the Com down the offer at first, say. color different from the 1 ,,' ,j i
'1.'lIbJer' Motors Inc.. munity Center and formed ing it would take a full usual certificates. J 1
'hliliPI and Dodge)< Bill the committee which met d Y '+ w year to train a deputy for These certificates permit I : I''i tl k
004 Ford Inc., and Tuesday. a WEATHERHigh such work. persons with impaired 1 \ 10'
!If. Chrysler Plymouth Some members of the com Commissioner Masel C. sight to select an individual I 1, II \ I'
let mittee also reportedly expressed r- Low Rain Huston of Venice Initiatedthe who has not previously I 111t J I
.special sago section, willingness to meet SEPT. 16 89 73 .00 discussion, reportingthat assisted a sightless per. I J I \
'!?. through' : to. la to- 'with a member of the city a4r SEPT. 17 91 72 .00 he had received several son, to enter the booth and I I I II'
GONDOLIER. commission to see if a solution t SEPT. 18 80 72 .00 requests for a full. assist with the levers 0 I :I :
to the problem can be SEPT. 19 90 71 .00 ..I,I i l I J J 11! );
worked out.Standing 20 89 72 .05
.alher 1
| and dryer sale' It SEPT. 21 91 71 .28 Small 4-8 lb. turkeys Special s fe on at De- + iI
!:' cents
ICJ'ecrl! <' ,Appliance in I rib roast 79 SEPT. 22 87 89 .00 'I' cents Ib. at Kwlk Chek in Rialto I Sear's in Venice Shopping t I
W. Ib. at Venice Shopping '',
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. t:', .' .. 2-The GONDOLIER Venice Fl. Thuri., Sept. 24. l 19M I Farley's Book Neighbors Lend A He/pin/ ;

1 j j ObituariesTHEODORE I

authentic(Continued Venetian from page gondolaon 1) thinning At this hair.point" Farley gives Hand To Homeless WatsotNeighbors ,

ROOSEVELT Loretta Joseph of Star of the wick, N. Y., and came here the infield lake was active a slightly more graphic description

I HICKS Sea Convent, Virginia Beach, from Oneonta N. Y., 12 :years too, despite the weather (a of Cornwell as the of the David flames which were coming 488-4969, or Mr.' ,
1 Theodore Roosevelt Hicks, Va.; three brothers, Ernest ago. thunderstorm). He maneuvered latter completes his resumeof whose home out the windows by that time. Smith, 4BM060, who vj,,
his family,
boat Watson
58, of Aqulla Road, Nokomis, Hicks of Kansas Citjl, Mo.; She was a member of Venice around the the day's sport new and destroyed The Union Volunteer Fire De- ganlzed the drive for
died Friday. Hansen Hicks of Washington, Nokomis Presbyterian edges of the lagoon apparently before starting to interviewthe and belonging were partment of Nokomis arrived the burned-out
1 He wa. an aircraft radiotelephone D. C., and James Hicks of Church. trying to arouse" the half- Jockey.. "Putting down Monday by tire are making of- shortly afterward and could The two neighbor family) i
operator with the Chautauqua Lake. N. Y; two Survivors Include her husband dozen flamingos. hIs script," says Farley "he an appeal on behalf for only stand by with their i said Mrs. Watson ,
it. U. S. Air Fore for 24 years sisters, Mr. 0. Bates of Sun Harley Olds; a son, 'Count' Agala fingered his immaculate tie the burned-out family equipment since the house already 14 or 18 dresses?
and was retired in 1954 as a Valley, Calif, and Mrs. Walter Charles Olds; two daughters, 3. LeIghton (Count) Corn- and ran his hand softly over clothing and other. personal was completely enveloped takes a 28 waist In p
chief warrant officer. He Schnatman of Nokomis; Mrs. Louella Markle and well, a close neighbor of the the top of his bald head. items. in flames and a small abut Ir
came here In 1956 from Clark six grandchildren and several Mrs. Marlea Fay of Tampa; author' at his winter homeat Through, Camera One he The three-bedroom frame Chief Frank Hyder In size four CI
Fire or fiy
AFB, Manila, the Philippines. niece. and nephews. and one brother, Dever Per- Deer Creek Gulch, also ap. beamed at the riders who sat dwelling five miles east of said the flames were shooting the :youngster a
t His birthplace was Lawrence- Services were held Sundayat rlne. pears in the latest book for around the desk At the same Venice on the Farm Road in the air The same
,+ burg, Tenn. Rawles Funeral Home Services were held Tuesdayat about the umpteenth time. time his eye were very occupied by the Watson and about 300 feet of ly found neighbors
arrived. One the another
\ Mr. Hicks was a memberof Chapel with The Rev. David Farley Funeral Home Cornwell began his fictional probing." their flvq-year-0ld son was when he Watson home f i
the fire Wa danger
I of
hazard family
No-Vel American Legion W. Hicks, nephew of the de- Chapel with The Rev. David career as a jockey in two of The writer then continues burned to the ground, Monday I furnished COIn 1
Post 199.Survivors. ceased and pastor of First 'Bowles., pastor of Venice-No- Farley's earlier books beforehe with a more vivid descriptionof afternoon by a fire of undetermined from explosion of a llquiH linen. except for
notroleum tank alongside
t Christian Church of Windsor komls Presbyterian Church became, first Marchione. "Marchioneand oriffln. /t toe
It. Include his widow a sportswriter i rtheb rnln"ihome..
; four daughters. Mri. O. Mo., officiating. Burial with officiating. Burial was in Sar- and in the latest Carballido looked harder None of the family was I
f 1 Duffy of Miami; Mrs. William !. full military honor., was In asota Memorial Park. book, a Miami TV and more used than the oth home when the fire started. Cause of the fire was not a 63
Lynch of Washington, D. Arlington Cemetery In Fort caster, ers, as if their lean bodies Mrs. Watson reportedly returned determined, but Mrs. Watson row
; C.; Miss Mary Ellen Hicks Myer, Va, :yesterday. ARTHUR BIRD WILSON "The Black Stallion had endured so much that to the house to find said a roast left In the oven
of Louisville, Ky.. and Sister Arthur Bird Wilson, 68, of lenged," however, gives aports-I physical resilience was wearing smoke coming out of the window may have caught fire and 4 DOOR CUSTc
Mellorca Ave., Warm Mineral to rest of the
MRS. ROSE JENNIE well hI. biggest role to thin. and the house alreadytoo spread
I l ROBLYER Springs, died Saturday at with one entire Cornwell proceeds with the I hot to enter. She then house. The Watsons were left 6 Cyl.. R&H, StraIght

NEW HOMES Mrs. Rose Jennie Roblyer, his He home, born In voted to a television l interview Interview; "Nick," he said went to the Jesse Thomas with only the clothing they WSW, LIKE NEW.

88, of SO Willow Lane, Englewood Scotland was later Dundee, between "the popular TV pointedly, "you've been riding home about a mile away to were wearing. S1695.ESTIL'S
and lived
I FURNISHED died Monday at a local sportscaster" and some of the race horses for over 30 telephone in tha alarm. Persons with clothing and .
Jersey City, N. J., from
rest home.A to the burning -
top Jockeys racing at Hla- years now. Don't you think Thomas went
OR UNFURNISHED native of Gibson, Mich, which city he came here In leah. it's time you packed your home Immediately but bed linens to donate should

I will accept she came here from Michiganin 1961. "Cornwell" the book trunk and left the jockey was unable to cope with the' contact Mrs. Elwood Roberts,
He retired say ,
was by United
Hornet Land 1945. She had been a winter "
Fruit "was one of the best
Co. after serving with sports.casters FINE
visitor since 1925. CARSMOVEI
{ Carl Boats its labor relations departmentfor in the business, but Nick Marchione, the story
Trailers In trade ber Mrs.of Roblyer Englewood was Methodist a memo 30 years In New York; you'd never know it to look at continues, did not appear to Construction Gets StartedOn

Mr. Wilson emigrated to him. His expression, at the be taken aback by Cornweil'sdirectness ,
Church and was a trustee and
I Cockrill Builders member of the church board. Canada In 1910 where he moment (before air time) or sharpness of
I i offices In East Gat There are no immediate worked for Canadian Pacific I was bored and vacant even I tongue His Image alone was New Mobilehome Park 1
Ph. 488-1451 488.3845 survivors. Railroad. He served with the uninterested."All on the screen of the monitor.

f Services were held Tuesdayat 75th Canadian Infantry Bat I that would change He seemed delighted to. be "Biggest thing to hit Ven finest In the state of Florida"
talion in WWI and moved to when he went on the air," the there. His lined face was excited GULF
Rawles Funeral Home ice for a long time" was the with 4.500 feet of waterfront,
j book continues. "He even impatient If he
worked as
the United States in
I Chapel, Englewood, with The 1923. 1,100 feet on the
S. C. Cutler Jr., described Including
hard for a living and knew was overflowing with new way TAILORSFROM
Survivor. include his widow
if. 0 Oi Rev. Addison O. Hardee, pas the city's newest mobile- intracoastat waterway and
everything there to know Idea. which he wanted to di.
Mrs. Nettle Wilson two way
tor of Englewood Methodist ; home park, Country Club Estates : another 3,400 feet surroundinga THE ARCAD
about He smoked vulge to the vast television
I brothers, John Wilson of DetroIt as
Church officiating. Interment foot
on which constructiongot 190 by 800 lagoon to
he talked audience.
the smell
of his cigar
and William Wilson of
was in Lemon Bay Cemetery going full-blast this week. The park will have underground
AyXTgRSOFTNR, Houston, Texas; and one slater. filling the room. "I'll quit only when I can't coaxial television 231W.MIAMAVENUE
founder and cable -
Cutler <<
.t i i I YOU WATER SCG HAe Mrs. Edith Seabert of It might be noted here that give my best . that's the of ,the new VM-unit mo- for reception of five channels .
i MAKES Dearborn, Mich. Farley sometimes cloak his only I ride he said
MRS MABEL bilehome park said he felt It underground wiring and
', 150FTAg41N8E OLDS Services were held Monday real-life people in rettooflattering cockily. "How else would ;you would be of tremendous economic plumbing with electricity and Just West of Baster
ow! Mrs. Mabel Estelle Old., 74, at Rawles Funeral Home descriptions r4, tn want me to put It?" benefit to the entire gas metered directly to the r
of 1116 Nokomis' Ave. died Chapel with The Rev. DavidA. has cast several as really Edge tells Cornwell he was Venice area. "If you bring In individual mobilehom sites.
ai Saturday at Venice Hospital Bowles pastor of VenIce. unsavory characters. born in Chicago "and like Jay The new park will be restricted
, after a brief illness. Nokomis Presbyterian Church Justice Cornwell is a retired U. S. here, all I knew about horsesat Photo of groundbreaking. to 10-foot widen and OUTOFDOOFSCHOOL
She was a native of Hart.or officiating. attorney first was that one end bit appears on page n. over. Mobilehome sites will
who has been active locally ...
and the other end kicked"Asked be 60 75 feet and will be
I AGATT1ON PETER In civic by
and veterans affair. If he still exercised 1,000 people and if each 4520 Ocean Blvd.Ssrasot .
connected to water and
ALLEN WESTMAN He lives in a beachfront week, that'
area horses in the spends $20 a a *
\i 1 Agathon Peter Westman, he developed some years ago, has him morning, Farley lot of money circulated," be sewer.
reply, "Sure, I don'thave The recreation will
Convalescent and 74, of Holiday Shore Drive, appropriately named Corn- said. area Small/ Classes

Nursing Home South Beach, Englewood, died well-on-the-Gulf. does, but any I'd choice do it like Jay I Citing further benefits of have a large swimming pool, Individual (foifnicfioi
anyway. 20 shuffleboard courts and an
Tuesday at Venice HospItaLHe One of the
;1 liB 24 Hoer Ntning Service was born in Stockholm, Interviewed by Jockeys the fictional being good keep fit now by working.I did I feel as ity the, new Cutler park said to some the commun-families 80 by 100 foot recreation CeEducationalNursery ;

I Phone Venice 4SS-n2 Sweden and later lived in Cornwell is Pete Edge, the was Willy's as I when I undoubtedly will move to the building with a card room for TAri/KM' GI,
err rONCI DC LION AIL Tenafly N. J. from which ag* don't drinkor the men ceramic room for
name of one of the real old. smoke I area and live for a time in .
and Venice ;
got a wife the kitchen TnntpoiMn'
.I and
city he I women, large
came here seven timers In the Venice area. who understands." their mobile ham.., then either
year. ago. A retired electrical "Pete" is the father of Earl build or buy a conventional auditorium with a stage. REGISTRATIONNOW
engineer, he had workedfor D. Edge, widely known Ven Failey was once asked by home. Space will be set aside for
; ; F SAVE MONEY the American Electric ice area real estate and Insurance this reporter why he used the The Finest' 16 travel trailer and there BEING
if. Power Co. of New York, N.Y. man, and Raymond names of real people in his And he declared that the will be special sections for
h Mr. Westman was a memo W. Edge, one of the area's book. sometimes casting / new Country Club Estates I families with children and ACCEPTEDSchool
NOW IS THE TIME-Enclos the porch. We match ber of Venice Masonic Lodge best known accountants. them In unflattering roles. "I ,, Mobilehome Park will be "the small
I your present windows. 301, F&AM. Another son, David, Is employed Just like the sound of them," pets. Opens Oct I
Survivors include three as a teller at the Ven- he replied. LIBRARY BOARD First 180 units are expectedto .
NO DOWN PAYMENT-TERMS AVAILABLE daughters, Mrs Sidney A. Ice-NokomIs Bank and a The noted Random House (Continued from 1) be ready for rental and occupancy Pre-school Sept. 14

t p Shaffer of St Petersburg, fourth son, Harry, is engaged author said most of the pare by Dec. 1, with the
ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANY Mrs Frank DelgIudice of in the trucking business names have been used without firm replaces Theodore R. entire park scheduled for Ph. 924.1013
Seattle, Wash., and Mrs.Crosby Both the father and all the first asking permission of Larson ._..... .l AnrrfMFk.rU. '
I I 1724 So. Trail X From Yen Gdns. Venice, Fla. F. Baker of Cranford sons are big men, standingwell the person whose name he Lieutenant Colonel KarlStandlsh completion in 220 working I...........c..'.. II rigchnk
Call 488.1824 N. J.; two brothers, Carl i over six feet, and it is chose for his fictional char of 444 Bayshor Dr. 'd ays-or about 10 months. I..
Westman of Englewood and hard to Imagine any of them acters. "And I haven't been was elected to the board to
., Paul Westman of Somerville, cast in the role of jockeys sued yet," he added. succeed David P. Goodman,
N. J; nine grandchildren and Father Pete was construction The key to this seems to be who resigned galQa1 g'UMta! 910rne

two greatgrandchildren.Services superintendent here when choosing names of persons he Mr. Dorothy Lantr, head f
will be held today Venice was first being built knows will take it in fun. Said librarian, reported a record
/ Beautiful Shoes at 8 p.m. at Rswles Funeral by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Finn Caspersen, who was cast 4,002 book were circulated In 265 No\oml. Ave. VenIce
Home Chapel by The Rev. Engineers as the villain In "The Horse August, the highest for any
with a Heritage of William L. Everhart of Englewood Here's the way Farley describes Tamer," when asked If he ob- month since the opening of
Presbyterian Church Pete Edge, the jockey jected to his name being used the library. .
and by Masonic Lodge 301, : "Pete Edge aat along. in a feature story about Far This total Included 2.129 flc.
FiAM Interment will be in side Jay his short legs cross ley' use of real names as tion and 749 non-fiction books

1 i \ Gulf Fines Memorial Park. ed. He was built square and' characters in his books "I read by adults, 908 fiction and 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2271
MRS. LOUISE DUCHENE was strong enough to drag the certainly don't mind. What 218 non-fiction read by Juve
1 TheM handso..r.ryleel Mrs Louise E. Duchene carcass of a dead horse out could your story do to me that niles. Total circulation since

Drew slroea an 1II0llnlll- 49, of 306 Venice East Blvd,, of his stall, which Alec Farley's already hasn't?" last January 8 reached 2(1.176.( TID BITS TO REMEMBERThe
candy'I ICUlptvred to fll died Monday at Venice Hos (another Jockey and the main Caspersen a well-known Volumes added since January -
your 'oal. Coma pital. character in the story) had Venice area real estate broker totalled 1,612. This figure
nee them . .' She here seen him do. and manager of multi-mil included 328 adult fiction, person who knows just how the world should bs nr
) -a have your ao from came Worthington six week.Ohio "His' left eyelid drooped lion dollar land holdings fora 948 adult non-fiction 458 Juvenile would be scared silly i it the lob were turned over to hi"*, Her birthplace was in,Mary- slightly and a long scar ran brother, O. W. Caspersen, fiction and 280 juvenile Henry Ford once said: "Any one who stops learning i n i
Colon land. directly beneath it, the result had his name used by Farley non-fiction. old, whether this happens at 20 or 80. Any one wfi Q

Blod, Bone, ONLY Mrs. Duchene was a member of a bad fall and steel-shod to depict one of the principal Increasing use of the library keeps on learning not only remains young, but become'
I I Red and White hoofs It made him look character in his book about was shown in the report
of the
Woman's Club and constantly more valuable regardless of physical ci
14.95 tough, which he was, and horses in the Lillian Russell
We have your .be. the Antique Club in Worthing I unhappy by Mrs. Lantz which listed" pacify"
which he also was. He 1,573
ton and was a pastoresldentof era.In person coming Into the
the Worthington Community hadn't been winning many the book Farley has him library in August 118 registrations
j ; Jerry'si Club. She was memberof races lately" beating a recalcitrant colt during the month anda Our Services Are Available/ To All Ktgardlm
1 j > Columbus Historical Soci Next to Edge during the TV with a buggy whip in the first total of 1,538 registrations of Financial CrcvmsoncsLIuiiMd (
interview sat Gustavo Carballldo. chapter and describes him to date.
: ; I ety.Survivors a top South thusly "The .ta biillua' and florid.
SHOE COMFORT SHOP Include her husband American ; peddler was The Summer program for
Jockey, and alongside him large, almost a Colossus of children In Funeral Business
sat a likewise proved Sine 1932
Robert Duchene popular
it 251 S. Tamiam! Trail 488-3450 ; a /
Telephone another
If brother, Robert Shaw of Jockey with a well- man; his hair was fair and with 11 Story Hours attended
J Arch Support end OrfAopWic SAo i and two sisters. known Venice area name unruly, and his face handsome br: 278 youngsters, 82 -
ii! ;
I Hours: 10 a m. to 4 p.m. Cloud Wednesday Mrs. Dorothy York of Wor Marchione. and unlined. He could registered for the Smoky
i Here, Farley deviated a bit have made two of Bill Dailey Bear
thlngton and Mrs. Alice Pickering program -41 completing -
J of Columbus. in giving Marchione a fiction (the hero) and he laughed the reading program. r VENICE CAMERA SHOP !
t Services will be held al first name, "Nick. The wildly as he took in the thin,
10 a.m. at todayat :new book describes Nick Mar almost slight figure of the 1
Farley Funeral
j I Home Chapel with The Rev. chione Hialeah as the oldest rider at stranger who seemed so concerned '63 OLDS MOVING
who about
John L. Jones of Venice-No- listed his age him and his I
komls "at 39 going on 60." He de. colt when he had Just had an to
Methodist Church of. Newly Acquired Building
ficiating. scribes Marchione, however accident himself." 98 COUPE. Bucket Seats, Elee. ,;

ij as "one of the great Jockeys Among other local names. Windows PS, P8, Tinted Glass NEXT DOOR
CANAL MOVES of all time and would probab Farley has chosen for characters Factory Air Cond. WSW. ,
ly never retire a* long as he in his books have
ap i
,I (Continued from page 1)) continued winning races. geared Bill (William A.) $3495. ON OR ABOUT OCT. 1st

l list of U. S. 41, rise to a "He (Marchione) squinted Washburne, also cast as a
225 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE height of 33 feet over the Canal [ through glasses, which he villain; Fred RIngo, longtime :
and slope down to the yet- never wore when riding and bartender at Smltty' Tavern ESTIL'SFINE REMOVAL SALESpecial
to-be-built U. S. 41 by-pass in watched Cornwell do his and a Mr. Crulkshank. ;
the vicinity of the present sportscast and kept running former local resident and CARS
Venice By-Way his fingertips through his prominent Investment broker. I

.: l Proper For All PricesON

'64 FORD You*
Religions Water Problems
As Near Gadget Bags Slide Sorters {
n Familial of all religions rely en us NOTICEDue Door HT, V-B, AT R&H, ;
$ l for the perfect tribute We .knew the PS, WSW Light Blue. As Your Film Editors Movie Lights |I jj

funeral customs of all faiths and can serveexactly TelephoneSEHViSOFT
I I as each family's church requires the $2495. '
to assurance of the Board of County
Commissions who will supplement my budget ahould SPECIALKODAK I;

I run short I will have deputy at the Venice Civic ESTIL'SFINE I

W' Center from September 28th through October 3rd "World's Fair" CAMERA //g

,I daily from 9 am to 12 o'clock and from I pjt to CARS 488-4488

I 5 p.m., Monday and Friday evenings from 7 p.m. to COLOR FILM, BATTERIES i BULBS $

'N + 9 pjn. to register qualified residents for the November KODAK GADGET BAG. .
I 11I

I: Deputy 'tn Englewood, Saturday, September 26th, 310 WEST Moved VENICE To AVENUE ALL FOR $

I at the Englewood Recreation Center from 9 ..m. to Next Door'To Theatre $9.70 I
e ,I" pjn. 13 I Years In Saratota County. I


mM Virginia H. Meade ANDVENICE Only Authorized, KODAK' Dealer/ "

",awteSaMi Supervisor of Registrations COINSVENICE'S In the ,area
k L; FUNERAL "O WI BUY COINS 323 W. Venice Ave. j




9 Nok from the Chicago ere. The GONDOLIER Venice Fie. Thurfc. Sepl. 24. I9M-3 I I+ I

/Nettings During in to the wish day them caller well dropping and T Vlo-C ub Rally Scouts Attend j ;:I !

Br MART ALICE MURRAY Mr.continued and years Mra. together John O'Nlel were Fall RoundupA Venice Gardens News I 1

Telephone 4U4MAs Cade, Mrs Irene Burn, Mrs. Set For ,
:: reported last week, our Stella Detchmendy. Mr. and Holley dozen Venice area Boy !
' year accorded them, The MM, Robert Feder, Miss Scouts attended the Sarasota
alii ,Eft Jghbof. their* are Florida returning homes rap. choir of Epiphany: school tang Lucy Hyde Mrs. Elizabeth ENGLEWOOD An old- District Fall Roundup last By MRS WAYNE FREEMANTelephoM '. i
to the Mass and beautC weekend.
welcome them back they did Terry and Mr. and Mr. Dom fashioned rally, completewith W-67M .
we tully Mri. David Haucke, '
and Metsenbach had Strubel. banners, torchlight, were
I keiruly., Our nearest neightors custom-made in Europe' Bill Hazen Tod Britton, John I '
-- noisemakers and will
VI whose property adjoins. beautiful altar cloth for the Mrs Irene Webber Is home greet Renublican Gubernatorial music Soldan, Dale Spicer, Jeff The advanced group of the by ( p.m. Serving will begin on the committee should call p
the Art Althausens. r* church and had Jones, Denis Smoot, Bill Venice Garden. Art Club will at 6:30.: KeUey at 488-4788.
'1U! \turned this past week. The that it be used tor the requested occas-: once again from the hospitaland Candidate Charles R, Hog Bomb, Mark Lets, Bob Mal. meet Monday from 9 a.m. un. A special Invitation to attend I,' .. ,
Ih! Improving daily Icy his arrival here Fri.
i1I have spent the summer with don which It was and surely -- day upon nl"ht ai the guest of two ett, Philip Surge and Bennie til noon at the Recreation the potluck suppers and The University ofFlorida :I II 'I
their three daughters In up. is a most macnificUnt gift, are. GOP organizations Bear Center. The beginning group get acquainted has been extended Library is one of 36 libraries I,
per Hew York state and New. She herself looked charming Host will be the The Venlce-Nokomis Methodist will meet at 7 p.m. Friday to all new residents. in the nation with more than ',
''IW Jersey Thev have been in exdlent in her gull ensemble and gold Englewood Men's Club sponsored Both groups are open to all Entertainment will be provided 1,000,000 volumes. I' I
Republican Club headedby li
v health aU summer and corsage. Their wedding the boys, all members of Interested Gardens reaidents.o by Steve Varelia and his I ,
In ,rt glad to be back In their were repeated at the vows altar Mrs. Bea Jenkins and the Troop 122, Nokomls.The - combo. ,,; .i
own home for at least the and blessed once again. Renu Rnglewood'lclln-Chnrlotte Club headed County Scout Committee Included Second meeting of the newy -.- '62 FORD I! !
text eight months and enjoy ", B. by Don Haucke, scout. prganlzed Barbershop Singing Bill Kelley, recreation director I
At Florida winter away from Their home was like old / Hop wood. master; Lamar Hazen, assist group is scheduled for 3p.m. is seeking volunteersfor GALAXIE 500 I i
|he Ice and snow of that home week with friends drop. Hopwood and Mrs. Jenkins ant scoutmaster; Max Thorn. Wednesday All Venice a committee to organizean : .
northern clime. ping In most of the day and said"ala all that remains for a ton, cub scoutmaster; George area residents interested in autumn dance for October. 4 Door HT R&H, V-8, AT,
reception for
o- they had a dinner and recep the candl- Spicer. scout committee; and barbershop harmony are In Person interested in serving PS, PS, WSW, Factory Air
i Doe and Martha Rhodes lion at Cyro'a that evening for date is a record turnout of Lewis i Rising, chairman, vited to Join the new group Conditioning. I ,
Democrats, Republicans and
I slap back. am sure they n few friends and relative. scout committee. -
I are will miss their former neighI Those attending were Mr. independents, to make this Philip Burge won third The September edition of ARLIE GRAY $2095.$ : :
I bon now in Atlanta, Dr. and Melsenhach's aunt and uncle ally a memorable occasion prize in diving and Bob Mai- the monthly potluck suppers ART SCHOOL & GALLERY
I Mri Mertz, as .we all mla from Klsslmmee. Mr and P In En'lewood's history. lett placed fourth in sidestroke for Venice Gardens resident CLASHES TV 1IA WINO j l!
them since they are now in Mrs Otto E. Brlnker, The committee in charge swimming. Other cem- will be held tonight at the AND PAINTNO ESTIL'SFINS
lp permanent residence in At- Mr. and Mrs Edward y of arrangements Includes: petition Included boating canoeing lee Center. Persons planning . D.T Emiltw . I
llant*. Shepard of Sarasota, 9' ,. I Topwond, fleneral chairman; fishing, riflery, akeet to attend are asked to bring P.lntlnj ire W. DmnoMtniUont Vnilo A.*. CARS :
{ f
-Olio Mr. and Mrs George BresIch ; Mr, ,T elrln." Hewitw r<<.lr. I and archery a "pot" of food to the center j
I Walter Melsenbachs of Bredenton. Mrs. May man; Mrs. Robert .Stephen. t
I hive been celebrating their Hasmusen of Nokomis, Mr. on, Robert Scott, M o. Iaw- '
I 10th Anniversary this past John Cooper of Nokomis, Mr. ence Carlner, A"e Sk'olvlg' I
I week. They certainly did it upI and Mra. Henry Ouanstrom of crt OuthrK Mrs. Fobert; :
in style, end had a grand and< St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs t ". 1J .Scott, l'''. Wl'llam' E, Herd- 4
I glorious occasion long to be Joseph Kralntz of Nokomis.and ]hilL PATSY HUTCHINSON men, Mr. Bennett Rock.
I renumbered. First of all, the Rudolph Murrey of WWI m T'-im'ns' Russell SPECIALS !
I they had a High Mass of Nokomis. All with the excep Call Her I Brooke. C. F. HI*<(!nbot iam,
I Thanksgiving! In Epiphany lion of the Murray., who are They "r". Miry Sides and WilliamE
I Catholic Church for all these originally from Boston were Herdmnn.
'House Trader' The rallv will be held 1'1 ,
the American I#"lon auditorium
Hutchinson Now The rally will urovlde an Exceptional Values that Will '

EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY opportunity for all the voters I
House trading will probably of the area to meet the Re. i'' '
TRADITIONAL never become a popular nubllcan candidate fom --. Save You Money-But Act Today! ,
American but Sarasota and Charlotte CovnMes. .
Let us style tae leverrre .aie pnsttlme a recent
or ceremto" .Into beautiful lamp" "swapping deal" roved Light refreshments will ,
to be so repetitious that it be served, p'ovM bv the
t R.wItllyn"9/ / became a potential "BelieveIt "wsorln* or""htlnns. NEW 1965 L.

All Lamp Aeowrtby or Not. Plans for the rally were __ .
About 10 Ed outlined at a meeting of the .
eferk Experienced, :! Designer end Henne designed years and built ago iwo board of Directors of the Tin."lewoodCharlotte .
Craftsmen County Rnubllcan 19" PORTABLE ii
homes in Venice, one onShore :: =
Road and the other on C'"b held In the .
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Sunset Drive. The Shore home of Charlotte County
Road house Comrnlttewoman, Mr.. Robert FREE II
was subsequentlysold lightweight
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAiL SARASOTA. FLORIDA to a Dr. Keen who aftera Stenhenson at which organization 0 Exceptionally '
short time in residence de. president HO wood and easy to carry
cided that he wanted presided'. It was the consenu '
a larger ,
home on the beachfront. Soa of the board that the ral. e All channel I, UHF-VHF ROLL- I
'v Is the initial event in an Infrnil'e
trade made, Henne
was a
took the Shore Road house camp..l''n to further Front sound front controls
Jim Ponders ,
Liquors and Dr. Keen moved over the elert'on of tin entl-e RenubJlcan AROUND '
Into the Sunset Drive s'"te' of candidates:
New all-transistor tuner
from school board to presi 0 I
The beach house changed l
125 W. Venice AYe. Open Sunday hands several times and the dent.Hoowood STAND '
Shore Road house was bought said, "The end of

SPECIAL SALE! by Mr. and Mrs Robert Ru'e, the the Incumbent dynasty established Democrats by Is with your purchaseIN
owner of Venice Electrl Appliance
overdue and thU, the
The Sunset Drive $14995
vear of the oresWerMs! election
house Will finally traded for
.. is the time to do it." h 1
property Up North to A. Pres- wIt
S ton Freed of Sarasota who in One of the features of the M401 '
T wLJ turn put the house up for sale. campaign will be a series of
morning neighborhood' coffee - - - - - -
Just to keep the ball roll-
soclMs", rlurln" the next few
Inn the Rule promptly decided 1
weeks glvln the houievl-er
what wanted
was romOL
an oooortuni to meet the>
beachfront home. Well
a you candidates' after retting the
guessed it. . they "traded"their children off to school
Shore Road house for
lead the beach house on Sunset
r.+r Drive.
V ....
Pat Hutchinson, an associate Venetian Court
of Frank Raeburn, realtor All channel UHF-VHF reception , his < m I
was the saleswoman who
uncomplicated the comnlicat- Honors MusiciansA 0 New transistor tuner "x .
ed and in the made the
Rg. 5.85 qt.Reg. 5.15 5th Reg. 5.44 5th Reg.\ 5.39 5th "trade" rather case than the customary covered dish dinner at sound out-front .
will precede the e Quality t
"sale. : p.m.
$$159 $3.99 $139 $129 of
Venetian Court 39, Order Convenient front controls
the Amaranth, stated 8 p.m. O

3 FOR $10.50 'PONTIAC meeting tomorrow. at the 4w4. ,
Masonic Temple.Mr.
Charter Oak Flohchmann Gin PM G & W and Mrs. Fredus Boda w' i
Blue Gran Tom Moore Srillbrook Keuler and Mr. and Mrs Fred Bor-
Ten High Merlfo Rum Guclenheimer BONNEVillE, 4 Door HT, V-8 dun will be In charge! of the I
Imperial Philadelphia Walker' Gin M & M.Ig AT, R&H PS PB, WSW, Elect dInner end request that those $19995
I STAMPS ON ABOVE Window. attending bring their own
table service I

$$2295. At the meeting musiciansMrs.
NEW POP.TOP-THROW.AWAY89 Grace Schwenneker and
C M759
Mrs David McIntyre will be
6 pak SPECIALWE ESTIL'SFINE honored. Royal Matron Mrs. _ _ _ _ .. _ _ _ _ _ I ; j ,
Walker will preside. I
GIVE TV STAMPS// CARS Lyle Amaranth members visit.
tog In the area are invited. Special New Low Prices! t tG



This Is the time to buy and save on a new G-E I

Color W. . Prices are lower than ever before. J

A grand TV season awaits you with more color 1 ,

, than ever being telecast I t


w' LtH $3 9995 FREE TRIAL HOME Model 921 1: ..1 ."

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u Ii V Ol aG You'll be amazed at the clarity, power and brilliance of iYC .

I eta this little set, and it weighs only 12 pounds. '

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son aw.- ,. BEDROOM, DEN $9995

.', play house like/; grownups Fit &. Sarasota federal and you put your money In my Sarasota OR FOR THE KIDS fi

Federal piggy bank then 1'J1lenryou the money to build a new clubhouu." ROOM! M 110 w', + '


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A flood fled step before SARASOTA

cheek buying'with hvut he helpful Is' te _flft' '1J 1gIDgKU[ [ [ [ [b DOWNPAYMENT TONIGHT ..

saving and loan association
loon officer' a! Seretots ; :
Federal. They can ,save p

YOU time and money now DCWNTOftit\ SOUTH CAn GULF GATt VENIUWHOM WITH ; '
.and for yearg te e me. as War SIN, .. aw r a nut rower mm" H 14 R 111I'' hAt o ;


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Y q 4-Th. GONDOLIER' Venice ., Sept 24. 1944 ,. .6 __ Florence Mulhern Marries


s; HAS Previews i Christmas At Oct. 16 Sale DottingBy: womea'sEdlta St. Petersburg Resident

z I service is a patrolman
i Here' a tip for early F --- ---- Phone item to 488-5808 II St Petersburg Police Fore.

Christmas Shopper : 1nhr After Oct. U they will be it
The Arts and Crafts and "aeml.rldents"- home at 4525 H North TwenU.
Hospitality Shop units of the Goodness, but the town Is New I eth St., St. Petersburg
hespltal Auxiliary Volunteerswill getting busy all of a sudden!I have taken an apartment fora
present their Hospitality eq Seems the delicious first whiffof year before deciding defl Does Set
":;::10)) Christmas Preview"in t fall that is accompanying nitely to live here are Mr Dates
the lobby of Venice Hospital al1i the technicolor moonlight and Mrs. Harry La Riviere of For Fall Bazaar
from 9 a.m. to 5 'p.m., nights this week has stirredup Dearborn, Mich. He Is retired ,
Oct. 18. g a fervor of activity. These from Ford Motor Co. They Dinner Nov.
On display will be items of next six weeks, as far as we like it, so far. 6.7
interest to early Christmas know are Just about every. -- A two-day "Christmas In
Shoppers. Priced from 25 body's favorite time of the Mr. and Mrs George Flss- Venice" bazaar which will
cents up, this wide selection year in Venice. Certainly it ler have returned to their end with a public dinner the
f of articles will be suitable for is ours. Points White Cap home after second evening, Is
the Christmas stocking, or as spending the summer monthsat for Nov. 8-" by Venlce-lCo?
I important Rifts to exchangewith their Amagansett Long Island d e mis Drove 141, Benevolent
members of the family. Not here to enjoy it but summer home and Patriotic Order of Does!
Mrs. W D Hamilton of 216 e o era very happy, nevertheless is The place will be announce
Glen Oak, chairman, and her Mrs. Albert M. Coates who -0- ed later, Mrs. John Artman

co-chairman Mrs. Edmund wi f writes that they now have an Mrs. L. D. Lone of Taml president said. She will be
Blake, of 403 Bayshore have ;i adorable little granddaughter, ami- Trail flew home Satur- in. charge. of the dinner !
for six months been supervising rI Ann Leslie. She and her hus
day from Eagle, Mich., where which will be held at the Elks
members of Arts and ,I w band were waiting in Midwest she visited for three weeks MRS ALBERT R. JONES Club.
Crafts in the designing, Okla. for this eventand I
sew City, Miss Pauline Mrs. Samuel Cutler
with her sister Miss Florence Mulhern will h*
ing, making jewelry and giftsso aha "whiled away" partof
May Lots of parties and other daughter of Mr. and Mrs. general chairman. Booth
numerous that they are literally the time in the hospital, recovering
with weekend chairmen already
fun-times, a of
Franklin N. Mulhern Bay- appointed
I I out all over" accIdent.She' .
i "busting from an at Bear Lake and a week at shore Acres, became the are: Mrs. Fred May, Christmas -
the hospital lobby. fine now, and they shall
Northporte Mich made it all bride of Albert Ralph Jones of ; Mrs. Ralph Anderson
The of the Christmas
object be home before too long.
too short vacation, she in Does' Tails: Mrs. D.
Preview Is to make shopping a St. Petersburg on Aug. 30 M. Go..
I said afternoon at St. man and Mrs. Ward
pleasurable and easy at -oWe an ceremony Bah
time when there is an - John's Catholic Church at St. handicrafts: Mrs L. N gin
a finally got the story on Beach. monds and Mrs. Carter
abunadnce of Items.
Mrs Tom Blades of Laurel '
the Earle Pomeroys
The Is the son of white elephant.
those listed hostess Vote
are Estates was called to
On bus tour of
jaunt. a
Christmas colors and pean in Mr. and Mrs Albert C. Jonesof Other chairman will be
aprons IfS Norway and Sweden, they Washington, Va., August an.
l pastels, pajama bags, rain, saw endless castles and spent because of the illness of an Largo. nounced at the group's meetIng -
smocked gingham and terry sometime in Gotenburg, and aunt (who is now fine) and The bride was graduated today at 8 pm. at Elks
cloth hats, bracelets made of Stockholm. Sweden.. Thenceto was joined there by her from Venice High School and Hall. Mrs. Artman will rre.side. .

shells and colored stores, I SIX MONTHS OF HARD WORK have gone Hospitality Shop unit in presenting the pre. ; Denmark where they visited daughter Miss Gwen Hock. Park.Webber She College Is In memberof Babson .
small, medium and urge into the making of items for Hospital Auxiliary Christmas sale. Members, shown with some long-time friends Mr. and man ot New York City Gwen a junior of
Myakka Chapter Daughters
Christmas stockings, terry Volunteers' "Christmas Preview"Sale of the items, are, left to right: Mrs. Glen Mrs Kay Peterson, at their received her master's degree of the American Revolu
1 foam pillows, themometers set for Oct. 16 In the Venice Hospital McGuire, Mrs Myron McGlynn, Mrs. Hamilton Copenhagen and Gillieje from Columbia in August and lion She is
of tile, sweaters, brocade and lobby. Mrs. William Hamilton center Mrs C. R. Chamberlain and Mrs. homes They then visited Berlin was elected to the Kappa Del of "Welcome currently Newcom manager GULF THEATERToday
linen hand bags elegant for supervised the making of articles by the Delbert Barcus. East and West Vienna ta Pi honorary education fra er" in Orlando
evening or daytime, plus arts and crafts unit which joins with the Geneva, Paris Amsterdam ternity. She is an instructor a subsidiaryof
the Dallas
many. tiny articles! so import. I and London. They attended at Barnard College in New Bureau. I thru Saturday
ant to nave on hand as extra York City On her return The groom is a graduate of

4 r. Christmas There I also dividends.i will be table displays Hl\IS\ Phoebes Miss Louise Spear To Wed md tival the the at Glasgow Shakespearean Stratford-on-Avon Music Festival - in-law Mrs. Blades and daughter visited with Mr. son-and Brevard attending High St. Petersburg School and Junior Is. I Haley Mills end

of commercial items, Plan First Fall After flyln home, they Mrs. Jack Yates in Cocoa and College concurrently withIn Eli WallachIn
@y' such as imported glassware, spent a week in Michigan and their four children. She returned "-
which would be found in any Party For Oct. Ohioan In Winter CeremonyThe another in the Smoky Moun last week. 1957, 48,548 students*
high class gift shop, HAV
loins before returning to Yen. were enrolled in all institutions
f. Christmas cards stationery, HMS Phoebe Chapter of engagement of Miss which they will make their I Ice last week. Favorite spot - of higher learning, pub- "THE MOON SPINNERS"

." dolls there and toys.If is a. complete sell Daughters of the British Empire Louise F. Spear of Fovonia I I permanent home In Venice. of all: Geneva. South County booster at the lic and private, In Florida.

,j' out of a particularly desir will give its first fall Road Nokomis, and William New College "doings" was Last fall there were 101,993.
1 I able item, shoppers public card party Oct. 1 at B. Nichols of Columbus, Mrs. Carl Hamilton who It is expected to double again Tropical Drive-In
are reminded -
:' that orders will betaken 1:30 I: pm. at the communityroom Ohio Is announced today. Episcopal Churchv/omen Set spoke to the students at Asolo by 1970, reaching 218,000.

I i and available at the of Sarasota Federal The parents of both the Theater one day last week. Today thru Saturday
1 i\ Hospitality Shop later in the Savings and Loan Assn. bride-elect and the bride- I She was happy to do so, par
t I season Mrs. Edward Lewthwaite Is groom are deceased. Her Nov. 21 For Annual BazaarMrs. ticularly since her grandson, (6i IHCTRAVELLALL
.1 t chairman and hostesses will parents were the late Mr Charles Howard, is one of the "WHAT A WAY TO GO"and
I be Mrs. Francis Rycroft and and Mrs. Arthur H. Spear of students. His parents Mr.
: A. Walter Johns will Ing and Mrs. Earle Bagg,
pe and Mrs. Charles A. Hamiltonof
60 CHEV.I Mrs. George Key. Reservations Northampton, Mass and his
I chair the annual Christmas
may be made by calling the late Mr. and Mrs. HarryH. bazaar of Episcopal Churchwomen cans.Women members of the Glen Ellyn Ill., broughthim $1095. "MAN IN THE MIDDLE"
I PANEL Mrs. Key at 488-4924 by Tues Nichols of Columbus. Mrs.C. down and spent a few
of St. Mark's Churchon church and of Episcopal
L. Elliott of Palmetto days with Mrs. Hamilton before end
:. t day.All Nov. 21. Churchwomen are requestedto ESTIL'SFINE I
kinds of card they returned home.
$895. gameswill Road, a close friends of the
The bazaar will be held at notify the chairman of the "THE RAIDERS"
be played. Those attending bride-elect is a sister of Mr.
the church parish hall from respective group: for which -0- CARS
I : ESTIL'S their are own requested cards. to bring I Nichols. 10 a.m. to 5 p,m. and a luncheon they will make or contribute OOOOC 00000000007P1
f Miss Spear was educatedin In charge of Mrs. Victor articles as soon as possible. Mrs. Caspar Qualms calledto
There will be table and
FINE CARS the Northampton schools Bo, will be served at noon. The Churchwomen meet say they are home from
I it door prizes. Refreshmentswill She came here in 1959 and Booth chairmen will be: each Tuesday from 10' a.m. heir four-month vacation in
be served.
has been associated with The Mrs. George Bangs, hand. to 2:30 p.m. at the parish hall the mid-west. They visited :
Cotton Fair since that time. made articles; Mrs. Charles for a. bazaar workshop and, relatives in Iowa and Minne
""r Miss Spear is a nember of Rickard and Mrs. Robert those who are not yet attend sota, then toured South Dakota It
Now Order of Eastern Star and Spauldmg "Flea Market"; ing are requested to do so If and Nebraska ending up G ATFR GARDE
OpenUnder Venice Area Business and Mrs. William E. Noyes, possible, Mrs. Johns said. In Caspar, Wyoming. It wasa nlnPETUNIAS
Professional Women's Club. plants and flowers; Mrs. Raymond They should bring their own wonderful trip, she said, but 3
New The bridegroom was edu Hill St Mary's Guild sandwiches.The they are glad to be home.
Management cated in Columbus and is associated post office; Mrs. L. D. Jaeger -- -
with Columbus and Altar Guild; Mrs Ralph
The PINES Grill Southern Ohio Electric Co. Thomas, children's booth; VFW Auxiliary Fetes Area
there. Mrs. Mark Bishop, food; Mrs.
Open 7 a.m. 'til 11 p.m. The wedding<< will take place !Vernon Waite boutique;
T-Bone during the Christmas holidaysat Mrs. George Gibb, knit
Featuring: 8-oz. Steak $1.25 Gold Star Mothers Sunday
Venice-Nokomis Methodist goods; Mrs. Johns, Christmas
MRS. AND MRS. CHARLES ERB Church. The couple will then articles, and Mrs. Helen Vin- NOW READY
I 328 S. Trail Venice live in Columbus for 8 months 12 area Gold Star Mrs. Miller said that any-
until his retirement after Mrs. Rudoloh Mothers will be honorees ata one needing transportation : for
tea Sundav from 2 to 4 D.. may call either her at 488.2328or + fl"e
J Gives LuncheonFor m. at the home of Mrs. Maye Mrs. Girard at 4884239. r t
Rasmussen of Bayvlew Park. She also requests that any w +: + :
HomemakersOfficers way, Nokomis. Gold Star Mothers unknown i ib OCT. 1st
Host organization will be to the Auxiliary >
7 of Sarasota County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary l so they ;ub.t In
EEUZAS 1DU AND Homemakers Extension Clubs Auxiliary 8118 with Mrs. Har cluded.
TH ANN will be entertained at a noon ry Miller in charge of the PLANTINGALSO
ARIt ENGAGeD.I luncheon Tuesday at the event. She will be assisted by
I home of Mrs. William E. Ru Mrs. Rasmussen as co-chair'
dolph of Harbour Shores, No- man and Mrs. Harold Girard LA MARR
komis. as entertainment chaIrman. A Wide/ Variety Of
Twenty-four representativesof Honorees' husband will also BEAUTYSHOP
'i I the six clubs will be present be special guests. The Gold VEGETABLE PLANTSCome

j I i Star Mothers are: Mesdames /In And Browse Around
Plans will be made for
a Lillian Brown, Jessie Dyer
: ""i Sarasota fashion show and Alice Dyke, Louisa Finch SPECIAL CHECK OUR SELECTION OF
for two bazaars in Venice and
Anna Hart Mrs. Gertrude FLOWERS
Sarasota in November A report Hottols, Clara Mason Emma
I on the Tallahassee convention Nixon, Maude Reynolds, TREES
l in July will be given Kathryn Schneider Mabel I
by Mrs. Rudolph, presidentof Surls and Laura Walsh They $5.95 SHRUBS
the county clubs organiza
will be introduced by President
I i lit. Bra MAOt Ma tion. Mrs. Donald Smith who

'1 J opeN A Jowr .tvwds AIGOuNT will dress.give a welcoming ad MARY BISHOP SUMMER'S NURSERYON

Other guests will be husbands Formerly with Center U.S. 41 4 MILES N. OF VENICE
J1 I'm proudto of the Auxiliary memo Beauty Salon
//1 bers.Mrs. U.S. 41 NOKOMIS I'/j' Miles South of Blackburn Point Rd.

represent the Glrard will narrate a S...;...of. Casey Key Turn-Off. Ph. 488.1521
program of living portraits PH. 488-5560
tl titled "My Family Album."

j t . Mystery GuestIn

rft Massachusetts\ a

j )I I 11NInKOETRERNEs E Is Pink Flamingo

CAN BE CARRIED Grace Cadwallader of 416
ina AUTOMOBILE Golden Beach Blvd. passed on
/ INSURANCE to us a front-page clipping
about a pink flamingo visiting
'" COMPANY In Lenox, Mass. The pictureand
story were sent by a
r friend there who was as confused
';; as the state Audubon
Society about how the visitor NOW
: got there. Seems none have UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJohn
Il 4'i. ever been north of South

....! Carolina before. Could it be
jiv.. this one got away from the and Ruth Daugherty
Florida exhibit at the World's
Fair or doesn't it have flamingos owner
lAva Wont SAND NAY!MONEY WltP you IlUOITMOS'CVENICE cavorting with the
HUGH G. other feathered transplant- We cordially Invite you to come In and brow*.. We carry ,tool of all

J eesT categories Fiction Non-Fiction HistorIcal' Inspirational Art -

McPHERSONOppou'e Children Books Clinical Florid & Outdoors +. We will
Sports -
OFFICE 601 S. Tamfam! TreliFIRSTd Ken/'ce Gardens '
I order
59 FORD gladly book for
i 1712 S .TAMIAMI I TRAIL you at well .i stationery,


",....... STATE FARM $S895. THE BOOK SHOP is open daily from 9 a- n. to 5:30: p.m.

( .,...,,t] MUTUAL ____________ 6 days a weak I
a SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP SARASOTA 0Th.., 'oo""ftsto"' FINE CARS W. Venice Ave, Venice; phone 488.1301



The GONDOLIER, Vertd, Ha. TWt, Sent, ?4, 1944$

., event-Presbyter In the Hiej..Nokomle Open House Set For Tuesdaynt -I 1 Cecilian Luncheon Marks i:1 i iClub's : i.1 I

yen and Inspect friends the of now-the BirthdayCecilian

jfeted church house.

. building II on the east Music Society, a to make their reservations before has sponsored two other
of the church property ta nationally federated club, will Sunday by calling the clubs, the Nocturne Hour
eontales "BOO square e celebrate Its thirteenth birth president.The Music Club and the Triangle
It contains alx cleess day Oct. 1 with a 12:30: lunch- society was organizedon Music Club of Port Charlotte. :
'" 'ncluding facilities for eon at a private club Oct 4, 1951 at the homeof It sponsors three junior clubs
presbyterian Day School, Mrs. Jean Sharp of Sara- Mrs. George Hauser Instrumental and Jeanie contest entries, J
r.r1 and administrative. sota, music critic and newspaper in its organizationwere conducts choral festivals, both
! which Include the pasItudy columnist, will be guest Mi4 Hightower, then youth and adult, and works :
the general officethe speaker. She will discuss president of Seminole District actively with the Seminole I'' I '
' Christian education famous accompanists who Music Club, Mrs J L. District Junior Festival I'
,.There Is a dining roomh have worked with national Cardwell and Mrs Walter It yearly conducts a scholarship '
teals 150 persons, a and international musicians, Rowe Thompson of the Sarasota program, sending a local i
tics a large storage room r basing her talk on her reviewof Music Club Founding music student to summermusic I
. large church lounge: accompanist Gerald member were Mrs. Maier, camp at Florida State
(the east and west sides,' Moore a book, "Am L Too Mrs. Douglas Arnall, Mrs University Club membership,
concrete block l atruc.h ? Loud?" She will be Introduced Barry Wimblsh, Mrs ClydeHI limited by constitution to 50,
ve porticos stretching by Mrs. Johanna Maler, gel, Mrs John Meadows, Is now approximately 45 I
hID length of the build. program chairman Mrs Sonia Terry, Mrs N. L Membership is by application I
Construction was begun Mrs. Paul Webinga, presi- Mundy, Mrs. HI tower and I i
monthl agO.addition. dent, will be in charge Mrs Mrs. Hauser The group's I _
to general! Bernard Smith made the name, Cecilian Society of t I
!functions, the facility luncheon arrangements and Venice, was submitted by 57 Metropolitan ;
t, used for the Day decorations are being handledby Mrs. Meadows) and later I
mil. Sunday School, Boy Mrs. James Hlghtower. changed to the present name
ut ind Cub Scout activl- Members uaru bring gueststo Mrs Meter was the group's $3955ESTiL'S ,
choir meetings and meet. this n, first first president and in April,
Of the Women of thee large event of the club's 1952 the club became an associate '
1964-65 season, and are asked federated club. It

rch Open House will be CHURCH HOUSE will be the designation of the new build- square feet and Is 200 feet long Landscaping will be com became a federated club in p
from 7 to 9 pm and log at Venice-Nokomls Presbyterian Church, which will be pleted In the near future and date of the official dedlca- MYF Will Elect 1959. FINE CARS !
Iren ire welcome, The I open for Inspection Tuesday evening. Fourth and largest tlon will be announced later The building will be In use for During Its history the group ,
DividA. Bowles, pastor, structure In the church physical plant, It contains 12,800 the first session of the school year which begins Oct. 1. Officers Sunday ,
!Mrs.Evelyn Owen Is costing
Methodist Youth
chairman and will. Bowles and members of the 'ers and workers at an S:30 Caudle, Herbert Walker, C. H. building committee are Mesdames Grace Methodist Fellowshipof Church I
wilted by George Young.Jr. Hare official board and their wives a.m.lndoor service at fellowship Willis, Donald Stewart. Del Harold Beak and Ear will elect officers, see a film CAN WE HELP?
and Mesdames Eichel- will greet guests in the hall with The Rev. Mr. Traver, Charles Pils, Doro- D. Edge, the pastor, and Ger. and have a potluck supper
peaks. William The lounge, and teachers will be Bowles officiating. The Sunday thy Koenig, Lewis Eaton, aid Shell, George Youngber Sunday at 6 p.m. at the
rind Earl D. Edge in their specified classroomsto school year begins Oct 1. Gerald Shell, W A. Steele, Jr. and David Hopley church. f'
hment committee, head- welcome them thereOn On the 1964-69 teaching/ staff George Youngberg Jr, The church plant at 845 The' I All teenagers of junior high OF COURSE WE CAN!
by Mrs Elchelbe..erprlset Sunday preceding the will bet: Robert Caudle, Crelghton flatten James S. Rialto now comprises four ,, school age and up are welcome I I,
Mesdames Mau.Muse open house there will be a George Eichelberger, Crelgh- Dunaway, G William Ed- structures and a garden sane For further information CALL ,
! G Palmer Rice dedication service for teach. ton Hatten, G. William Ed- mondson and Earl D. Edge. tuary. The buildings are the i those interested may call the
Gerald Shell Mrs Bowl. mondson and Miss Jan Dillon The official dedication of new church house, the fellow- church office t
the pastors wife, andL St. Mary's Guild Also Mesdames Bowles, the building will be held at a ship hall, the worship center I Last Sunday the MYF met ABC SECRETARIAL SERVICEPhone
.F. Smith president Lawrence Pfeuffer, RotertLETS later date. Members of the and a small educational unit for a sandwich supper and
To See Film At
he> Women of the Church, I saw a film, Teenage Conflict 488-4406
preside at the refresh- Meeting Tomorrow ." More than 30 young
t liable. people participated in the fel- .
. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Jane Britton and Mrs.VlrerlnU BOOKKEEPING MIMEOGRAPHING MANUSCRIPTS
lowship and recreation. The
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tesses ath meeting;; of a a+' Her Edward L. Dinkins, pas.tor
r7' was In charge e
62 GMC Guild of St. Mary of StMark's ..... .. .
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Episcopal Church tomorrow d
PICK-UP at 10:30 a.m. at the l' tr I
parish hall! :
S1395. Give Unto the Lord," a :% p t' ..
film explaining the United t e.Cps. i
Thank Offering of Episcopal
ESTIL'SFINE Churchwomen, will be shown ;
A baby-sitter will be pro- ; j
CARS vided during the meeting and VENETIAN i

program I MOON 1

Formerly( Early Wynn'i Steak House) I

2224 S. Tamiami! Tr. Phone 488-2295 I f

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WINSOME WINNER of a brand new port. Ellen, an eighth grader at Epiphany Catholics r- 'k
able typewriter in the third annual back- ) School, receives her prize from John
to-school drawing by Venice Stationers is H. Bradish Jr (left), clerk, and David Ham- Steve Varela ,':
year-old Ellen Burke, daughter of Mr. ilton, owner of the downtown office supply t b
and Mrs. William F Burke, 1201 The Rialto and stationery store IN er < MAHodealGA '

Girls StatersLegion 1 Honored By CYRO'S BACKSTAGE ROOM [. '

1 Steve has been drummer w.thwch name JHJfSsr J SSU LIL BEANS
Auxili MondayLegion bands at Peril Prado, Deri Arnex and tut",. : SOIIgst,... .I
... <:pry I
LAURELS IN for fongitre. Peggy Lee. ErfPr k*> Guitar! ,
f The bMuHMy. relaxed ,
Vaughn Girls State representatives, Auxiliary, 'Girls Na CYRO'S DINNER SPECIALS SEPTEMBER 25th 26th 27th r '
lilhowtt by Vlcty:
Misses Norma Owen and LIn- tion sponsors The Girls State I 'I I
take sharply etched da-Rose Stevenson, will be I and Girls Nation programsare Th 4n FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2Sth- I:
Auxiliary projects on the HALIBUT STEAK,
Rounded/ Itand- special guests at the American GRILLED EASTERN $2.50
driolli. Legion Auxiliary, No-Vel local, state and national lev J' Lemon Butter ... ...... ., ,. ,. ..,. .. .. "..,.. .. .
hp, away collar, bottom en Unit 159, meeting Monday at I els aimed at educating the WIENER SCHNITZEL ,
of Ameaica on $2.55
iiMli- 8 at the Legion Halt young people ..,...... .
the double sliop They were the two 1964 rep- their country's heritage and with, Fried Egg ala Holstein . ... ,

Ing Hitching The fabric resentatlves sent by the Aux operation SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th- I,

b Twill.alra. light.wtlgM iliary to Girls State In JuneIn Mrs. Swanson requests that MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN, $2.65 '

Red blue Tallahassee They will all members, especially Juniors Country Gravy Corn Fritter. Bacon .. .....,... .
fine wool Ugh share honors In the program be present to honor the
o""l! royal with Miss Dona Welch of girls Mrs Richard Sauer- NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER, S2 75
tight pink ) Lakeland, chosen at Girls wine, 1963-64 Girls State Fresh Vegetables, garni ..,.. .... .....".. .. e I
\ k.ny,hot pink or black. State by the 264 Florida delegates chairman, will be hostess and SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27th-
3.15..sly to represent the stateat in charge of the meeting ,
Girls Nation In Washington Mrs. Curtis Boyle Is '196449 BEADS CHOICE OF ONE r
D. C., If she can remainfor chairman FRESH GRAPEFRUIT CHILLED TOMATO JUICE
programMiss MUSHROOM
Rich and M.
I Mrs Dick Mrs.
Ie espeate.l Welch will be In Ven- FAMOUS RELISH TRAY
I ,
theVenice B. Giberson will be In chargeof
ice Monday to address the social hour,which will ENTREES
\ $10.99BEALL'S High School assembly BWS.and/
follow the meeting
which was arranged by Miss ROAST FRESH JERSEY HAM r
Ruth Kuykendall will be present
Owen 'as Keyette president, with membership cards to Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage ,
| \ and the three girls will be en-
the OR 1
current dues from
the No-Vel Auxiliary accept I
tertained by
board and president, members. beautifultilings CYRO'S FAMOUS PRIME RIB STEAK )
VENICE Mrs Arthur Swanson, at a with Fresh Mushroom Sauce ,
CENTER brunch following pro- J y
SHOPPING Miss Welch will talk on her French, Thousand Island, Roquefort Garlic 6
experiences at the summer and Cyro'i Own Green Sodden Dressing ,

all Girls by-expense the Nation National trip conference was American paid Her for DANCE LESSONSI CLUBS :NEw; FALLJEWELRY ICE CAKE CREAM I BEVERAGE SHERBET PIE., II t:. "

Parties Weekly : \. I I
Only t 60 $$2.95 j
I '
COMPLETE PROGRAM . Bated Potato French Fries, Vegetable i
r I Private Lessons, Necklace & Earring Sets de Jour, Salad, Hot Rolls, Beverage, Deuert. ,
Charm Bracelet N .
OUR COUNTY 132 Music by Mr. Johnny Elbrecht j .' ,
r .e't' TEENS ft YOUNGER Bangle Bracelet Organ )

II Private Pierced Earring
TAX Lessons. $32.00'u,.
NOMINEE Lessons, 130 tt I t twills

:ty 20 YEARS YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTORREELECT Fred Asiaire Dick & Meadows Fresh Mushroom Sauce . . . . . . . . .. . I I i' '


. Charlie Hagerman Can 95S-667S er Stop at West Venice Avenue VISIT YE OLDE POOL HALL 7 TABLES Ira IraSee

1233 aolfstream AvenaeSartsota Ph. 488-6774 the) fun thru the magic window l ,'
MISS on NOVEMBER'3rd Fla. Venice Medical CenterPh. I BOWLING16 LANESIresbyterian 'I
CHARLIE HAGERMAN (Paid Political Adv) Between It a.m. to 10 p n. 481-3985 _ti.8 'Ih" .

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s ; II's The TOTAL I I t
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, . And Your Total Food Bill 59C 49My : '

Is Always Less When You / _

J 0CELLtiaCt. Shop At Your Frienaly KWIK CHEK

: fIIMiiiIIfj "i'Wio."" :'L'tWP; : l""" ?l't! 'I:'.ii'il;:"
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4 i'' VENICE We Give Top Value Stamps Save Them For Easy Gift Buying At Christmas Timer

ONLY In "Flavor Sealed In" New Cryovac Chub Pak lEXT Aj

i j :} 0aut/tJ/ RlgLts Re rad W-D BRAND QUALITY CONTROLLED ". ". I TOP,. JYl STAMPS:

j I f. SEABREEZE Ground Beefs ib. Sl39 W.D Grd.BRAND Beef aak.Pko. $139 I

f I Grade "A" Florida ... Tkn 26

..g e. Eggs

:' other Limit Dozen Two Purchases With 39C Peaches 5 No.ana 2Vs $I Cigarettes $259 em $363


r I: CAMPBELL'S MEAT & VEGETABLE No.1 Ml Shortening I 3 Umft I.On.Clil With 39c 12 OL. 15 C
t Soups r R 7 Limit SovonSUWANNEI $I00 1 w Mon. Draw Catsup L c Sit.s


: / Tomoloes R Unit 303 CM Six IDe rlou..r. 5 Limit On.. BaE With 39c Peanut Butter "rar 59c'
i I Golden I Corn 6 $I00
-* t--- ''V ORCHrC.E'std: ; :l(; OP'S;' VE,!!' '
i Corned Beef 12.L29c G Pork & Beans
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I ) J CRACKIN' GOOD I I MmHlhus Tomato Soup 300c-IOe 1

t '.j :, Saltines u 1.U.23e I A D A 'Maid hdf' Evap. Milk . 1

303 i Serv. \ : : iIV" ;J'
Green Beans 6 Clu $loo) LDIzG RoDs .
1 Dog Food 15 Taa 1 )00) A Pot Roast I" 79

AaE F Sliced Bologna "ox.PI 49c
Tea Bags . 43C1. 59C A CAKE *
CRACK1N- GOOD r Rib Steaks . Per 99c
SugurWafers % 29 '
DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRYPreserves Dixi.FamRY'"Darling Loaf Sliced Bacon . . I... 49c C
-Tat. 39 .I1 %!I l'L- 2 :. 43e Canned Ham 10i.c. $699
' 1 Detergent Giant o.. 6ge Pork Roast . ',,* 49c
L'' IRESH .PRODUCE 1HRIFTT MAlD : Fryer Breasts (&Su.: ) $189
( JONATHAN NEW CRISPApples } . 49<
I I HAH Sliced Bologna 12oLPIc,

L'I L, LImltTw.With SE'r:1:d'.' 39c
''i 5 Ib. 39' "* Skinless Wieners *. 49cCOfELANW '
J Bag
I t RUSSET BAKING Sausage a. 59c
I., f 'i PotalocslO.79 e ASTOR FORDHOOK OR .

a Potatoes 5 It. 59' I TOPYALUUTAMPS c.:.a.Ia.::;:.
Cheese Sale! b'
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; Grapes L 19 e SUN SIP Pk. ClU'S 11IitItIo.DEUTI Spread . Ji 49e A NH IX! rk
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d' Drink IWW, 39 Ste.k.'Pki.691
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I Holley VlaiJs; ;;: Area r-. : : ; \7I "t.: raxn= Gourmet Club; Establishes New Precedent: ; The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie. Thun., Sept. 24, 1944-7 I l ';j jI '

\ Melnbershiu I

On 'Handshaking' Next: Keek Names McGraths Honorary Chef Du JoursA I I .'

Charles Holley, GOP gubcr- before the \ Barracks 784 of Vet.
Jatarla! candidaM, Is ached- llcan Club at 8 of WWI will precedent set at In 1933. .
at the Venice- open a new was ness, they decided to construct
pled to apPSokomis Worn- American Legion drive Oct. 1 with the Venice Gourmet Club din. She was also an ardent the modern bowling alley .
Republican. 313 West "A surprise for at the Post Office and ner meeting Sept. 18 at the bowling enthusiast and they which now occupies the VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE. I
be the ...
en' two shopping: centers, It Gourmet Room of Myakka met in Detroit at a bowling site
at 4 Fri.
Venice Avenue, p.m.. trout contribution announced et the Lanes where each
group's when Myakka Lanes alley was bowling Mrs. McGrath was a teller
di?. pain fund" said Saturday owners Mr. and Mrs. Murray In leagues. They honeymoon. at National Bank of Detroit Friday Saturday Sunday
On hand to greet him willbe er, local captains for the drive A. McGrath, were named ed in Florida and visited when she met and marriedher
Mrs. Harry J. Barker, be Homer Stout, Harvey honorary chef du Jours.' friends in Venice which led to husband She was educated -
chairman of the political Inquirers ., William Frampton The presentation of chefs'hate their return here in 195S to at Wayne University anMiami Shrimp Meat Turkey &
wmptlgn. Mrs. Margar.tBUlba" Klrchway and Harry build a winter home. Instead
president of the local was made by President they bought Myakka Hotel. University, from 1 1I
Begins \ Bill Court and J. Leighton
Carl L. which she graduated after DressingComplete
local drive will emphasize "Count" Cornwell preaented At the end of three years, Creole Loaf'
program director of the At St. new members signing in the couple with a silver bowl faced with a major' remodeling three years service with the ( Dinner)
club, and other members of will enjoy months for their new home Normand job or changing the busi WACS during WWII.KrflHMBnjJ'V I
the organization.and their Women friendsir tenon The Rev Donls for payment of Patton club historian gave a 82( 82t 99
members announces dues and that they resume of their background (
urged to attend. that a series be covered by the Fifth #< t
classes will begin Blood The meal, prepared by .
Members of area Men' Re. Bank which en- inf'8'
St. Mark's them to Executive Chef James Melee
Clubs who will also unlimited sup-
Anyone over 18 of blood and Homer Johnson consisted
Holley will Include Attorney during illness or
of sirloin steaks
terested Is preparedon
Ralph Thomas, Senator a pint. .
Warren Henderson, Councilman The classes will shopping centers booths an open charcoal barbecue
E. S. (Bill) Raymond, two groups, one at : be placed In front of pit, baked potatoes with PILLS 36
Douglas Murphy and and the second at and Publix Mar. sour cream, asparagus tips, 'wu.ry, +rti
Jack Dr. Knuckles GOP candidate will lest All three will open at hot rolls, Caesar salad and
for sheriff. hour and a hart am. Neopolitan Ice cream and ale sin 12.OZ. PLAIN OR MINT
cakes Walter Harbath and
This is 'just a hand-shsk. held In The Rev. membership Is 193, Carl Hauerbach were In r
tour of the community," study. having been add. PHILLIPS 46
inc The charge of table arrangementsand
Holley said. "I wUl also visit i minimum course of will, during the past year. ;I Earl Wright was In r M I ::1I
the large stores and the members and charge of serving Guests
and will be for I
supermarkets in the com I ed in becoming guests' were present at were Mr. and Mrs Hilton J.Ridlon $3.50 SIZE 14-OZ. PKG.METAMUCIL. .
will meeting at 8 I
munity. Holley speak p.m. .
lane, those who .
I Civic Center. '
ed in what Mime, department McGrath was born In 1917 2.19
limes and why, officer, reported In Detroit and after graduation I
as they do and as the national convention from high school assistedhis
course for those 12-17 in Chicago at father, a construction con.
review their own Melv'n' D. Eddy of tractor. He later was an, apPrentice I

motion There studies will be commander.was elected Earl Ford Co.,tool-maker and a traveling with con the 'J% UDICO ICE CRUSHER

FINEST IN FAUCETS structlon of Michigan was nam- struction superintendent for hr
For New Homer and Ofd ewer sessions and senior vice-commander Johns-Mansville Co. v ; rl a Itc 1 1t
freshments will be J. D Koch of Oklahoma, He enlisted In the Navy Sea. ar Made by famous American manufacfurer. -
i the end of each vice-commander. The bees in 1942 and saw actionIn ; f Sturdy durable dleeair metal
national convention will the Central Pacific par. t ; ,,1L yrl ptiJ, 44, r'-r ; doming! Engineered to power-tool
In Tampa, the date to ticularly on the Marshall and p I standards! For gracious entertaining I t
63 announced later. Mariana Islands, Iwo Jima ? at home, make your own crisp frosty
Charles Worstall re. and Okinawa. Ice flakei. Create exciting new
Special 4Dr. on the Third District Out of the service In 1945, NAMING HONORARY CHEF DU JOURS !Is a new de. dlihes and exotic beverages.
in Lehljh Acres on Au,. lie returned to Johns-Mans- parture for Venice Gourmet Club end the first couple to be I a
V-6, AT R&H, the charter was drap rifle for three years and then so honored are Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. McGrath. They $24.95 ,
with Vinyl Inferior memory of two recently became a commercial bluld- are shown right after they received their chef's hats from n 1699
members, Leo tog contractor on his own. His President Bill Court at the group's dinner Sept. 16. Left Value
J. W. MOORE $1995. and Willard MacCon- Favorite recreation was bowl- to right are: Normand Patton club historian who read
both interred in Arlington Ing which led to his meeting a resume of their lives, Mrs McGrath, Court and Mc. I 55.55 DOWN WILL MOLD ON LAYoAWAY UNTIL, saw
PLUMBING CO. Cemetery. and marrying Mrs. McGrath Grath.

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RADIO PHONE EQUIPPED 488-4450 TRUCKS FINE I Hall Filled Sunday For Rainbow Installation RONSON SHOE POLISHER ,

Assembly 57, Order new worthy advisor was escorted to the members by Mrs. Morton, Mrs. G. H. Williamson .
the Rainbow for Girls, I by Mr. Norman Ko- Louise Webb Mother Advisor. and Mrs W. W. Owen zr'z ileehle ales polhhor Hf Mo Jo kyl
foed, her uncle He also presented The Rev. Frank Shearer of a 4$ ?a world famous .onion." From "lolled!
its first regular meeting her with her tjavel. the Calvary Reformed Churchin 'a Kufftd- "wMod 'a biftafl" ot J
new term Wednesday Venice Gardens gave the 60 VWPICKUP the flick ol a twite Applies the pal.
Miss Stevenson a ha. 1
gave brushes
and buHt your ihooo ro e
at 7:30 at the Ma. benediction.
The clo.edby
: girls
1 iort oneec-h on Peace and i4 high elea.| oloctrlcollyl No mill No
Hall. Miss Linda-Rose why she chose it for her forming a cross. Mrs. Evie teal No messy mail 1 Ii Ir
Kehrer, musician,
played an j
newly Installed theme. Her motto was taken
from the Bible, "Blessed are organ solo of "Over the Rain $995.
advisor presided. sass
bow" and Miss Stevenson saida
were made for future the peacemakers: for they 1588
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short about Peace.A
shall be called the childrenof saying VALUE
] which will Include a reception followed In the ESTIL'SFINE
God. Her flower for her
s.1oi and a perfume sale, Hostesses
dining room.
Is proceeds from the din. term Is the Peace Rose. At Mrs. Frank Shearer, Mrs. CARS MM DOWN WILL MOLD CM UV XWAV UNTIt DIO. II, 1M4or II
i iv"v the introduction of her family, I
v E I to be donated to the Sun.I Charles Bruin, Mrs. J. K.
/I 1a
vv a I Training Center in Fort for each member she quotedan
1 vvvv.N 1wYVv appropriate poem or
e I verse. She is the daughter of $1.96 SID BOTTLE 6O'SONEADAY
members VINYL
Mrs. Daisy Stevenson. of.325
I held and a report on a E. Alba Ave.. -' I 09
to Palmetto Assembly :
on .
night Tuesday, 'was A courtesy given ber by LeI vs spray your residence or commercial/ building witha INS I
; Ten girls attended. her officers, was called "This DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. ,
'Is Your Rainbow Life" Linda
Installation of offic Moser, one of the members, EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO $2.00 SIZE ASSORTED SHADES
was held on Saturday wrote all of the verses. Each
at the Masonic Tem JOB TOO SMALLW
officer placed a red rose in NEW DAWN 1.23!
and 170 members and a basket that Linda-Rose offer Me some tafitfactory service ot we did whil.11/ I
Line of-
were present.
carried. Attached to each tit, roofing business
Installed in addition to
.wal rose was a gold Rainbow
Stevenson, Dianne
charm: a gift from her offices. -
worthy asseciate-advis
; Morton, Charity; Merit. bars were presented O. Box 333, Nolomli Ph. 488-4174 SHAMPOO 62FAMOUS
Hendrix Hope; and
Badger, Faith.
IT PAm TO LOOK WHERE Stevenson's theme was

." The assembly room NAME BRANDS ;r
decorated in gold and
which she has chosen WATCH SALE!
Paying monthly bills thebank check colors. Flower ar-

helps keep you from"going in the : as ,the with centerpiece the Fraying, -- ,f. I GRUEKHELBROSWALTHAMIT '

Checkbook records and cancelled- placed on each of the -: < all ...Ii.a.. of 1 lwW aul..tla mewa.nK.nd ..aa.rt....... ,/
financial stations. A small 1 y"' : I tylM. 14 ant call .n.., waterproof, I '
receipts guide your ., in gold, with the $aietyi "'i '" boned":. en1 with ilran riainftl' 4rww taetory MylM.owrwite!aaall I d
Open your : Hands her symbol, Casa of eweY a 1.1NY.Mtn .
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rainbow on which line 2288
was written. Be-
it hung picture of the .
Hands" in gold.
installing officers and
VENICE AVENUE entered the as-
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GONDOLIER, Venle. Ft*. TVurt, Sept. 24 17M f

I ( I .:I BOWLINGMyakka .I IIII III. Tomorrow's Venice Naples TravelsTo For TJ In Indians 1964 Whip Opener North By 25-7 Fort Myers ScoreThe

to* taaa wa Baa a Rim Ifappirlaato Venice High School' In. Indiana of Venice High
Lanes tan .ki>kiiad (a>llty'. Varfaawnwkaa diana will be out to extend
Karaut Moara ralM. "k'.. In School used the big gainer
--- .... and Ml aartaa Cktot Vaitoil- their seasons record to 2-0 .
and a stout second-half defense
/ I- l r 4 II.w PL ..t boa adaid Ill" aad Ran a.... alo tomorrow night when they
1..4 Iwr r Ibq p.54 I'- aa (.ra Happrlaad. kick ..... to whip North Fort My; "

w II._....._..M M alt_1.. _pr..ltb af r$14142.IM rs.pd.P.Ill. ..... at WOUama*t|/ ud tM kwk. aad toaai Rod lariai"ttoa tafdkam. af. to take meet the the long Eaglet trek to In Naples a non- ers,estimated 25-7. Friday 3.000 night fans beforean at the Wf ! ( ; ; !?'\\Wt .. : I

Jta Fallaa.. Barhtr Bana Qui.... . Ml .... aaoa _-Bar conference fame. Venice Area Athletic Field. !. & .t t..1
...... \ f t..1I
...... SaiHka tla-atl kalpH thaTaaeaNoknla Uu Oa Bar kMtar While Venice was whipping : 'i : ; .
MatioaaJ Baak Bank*aatta.....Pn4 art ......., 'pi11''O. CnbaTa'am.Bu.1 .- North Fort Myers last week The clash White was Sands the season's Confer.enci ; ..f.j: '.

SOI aa* Wlliari I ab.pknd'bewa Vaadlaa ...... ..... wtoM 257. Naples was login a 13-0 ,f1T : .
Cla.., -..- 1ftI..... 1..1t fop ....... kr tka Kn._ hurairp ... aathrr opener for both teams and for .
decision Arcadia. Neither
... to ( .I , iI'c'' ...
I Hwtrg $ *.b1' r ""III .A1B..1' aa IIP wttk lool car the visiting Red Knights itwaa 'r'i,, '. .
1IaI... Bill iM..rs1.i lb..TlI ...a* aarwa. Banaa Bmoldi ilonmrlrBmaa outcome seemed to effect the "1 ..
.. .41. la .... ......- Drawl pand tho... wit* e of out-oftown their initiation into the ."Ut'. ... . : ... .
prediction an .
ClaaoMa: *.111.. IM aaw toa" ... If* taint and M* atrua.Em three-year-old league It was 't" ,/ f ,
I kaiaaa Joka> .. lit I1.. w.... Marlabaa of Latbarr IbaHorapoatol sports writer who has picked "t/fl :I" ', .
Cana PM.,IUwin BrlttoalBaaarirta kirk. mdlrtdaal/ .... aad 4.314.bra I also the first time the Indians ,,;
t ............ Doe Dwtal, .04 .. 4u..ppd. .611-111 and Nanles to down Venice). and North Fort Myers met on ,17-
I _..' I3. loP Brtt_'. foR.d wlkan ..... 314 .... 411 The two rivals have trade ( "
c... OarHa tra* ant kar i.... MB .4/.. para J.... Baaai vaaiairaiKk victories during the past four the gridiron. d ::: '"
.M raax tkraaak a-ltk' IU aamata "" wttk a IN taaw aa* U* a.. t.
Venice used the ofa \
'. .... with Naples winning running rr ,.
w atlp taa Davlla G. taam pht years
I *4tk AI...... "'...,.. Hoa i ...... .Sm U'Dofmfin.. .
an* R. Call aolk .54 D4nt1 CanaaIM the reliable right of r' :
|TT. far ATlaaa.' Reno' 1,1.... .... Farta t*" he odd years-1961! and 1963Sy arm ,
V...,.. 8..tiooMPr ..... .__ ....... ..4 I'". Harriot Haadnl IM. aadI this indicator it is Nioles quarterback Ray Joelson to rj. (, '
I ft.l .... w... ,, Jf.
Pu.uar N Iiwn. a.ika ,
in .
score every quarter as they; ; }
turn to win but the Indiansare I Itfa .
-+- 'J : J '
; ,
.. ... ... ..... \I' ,, t. ,
P *_. D ka wad UK hrrteft T.T. I- tho E. determined to break this overcame the heavier Red . ,,
} ,' .. . ,
Walar Caarf,Uaala, Laaraa .ltk a IMvarajra ..4 844. 010 O... ........d. Knights. ( \ ". \tf'i": ,
i ." to Hud \ .' 1{".
Hvnraa thiaitk Moarm Palllrpi" 4 '011. Tka oattern according ", .1
i a IM tripltrat. tha hIbb.d: arrMIM ''44** tank tvam arrl. bran wttk! a Coach Jim Powell. The Indians dented the I/: "
__.. V_ 1t71 tka Hank. tMLr '
for tha to
fca Pin IMpt.. ka afeial. aa Ox 1-1' >Mi Hauka _red a* r .* 5.... Venice came out of the coring column the first time ; > I} :
., fram.. ...... la Utaath .. a Ml aad toa Urttf aaoad .. ; ;
a Ht hi UM nlk a< > raiaa North Fort Mrers scrip in hey had the ball marching 'iL':
aad foil ..* .,/A ...Ik. 1.rH. m lor Crawford Air Cr.r.rl.p : <; ; .
3 I1 100' I" 154 u. ..,. ..... .. rood shape and will probablY 62 yards In nine plays with -
.01 0.".. 'N 14., Lairr ohaana'a HT waa tnp ...... tart the same team on of. right-halfback Paul Peden ,
rial for Amonoia Roof aad aorad 0. .
S2 '
1..111 I tka fcfla at Ua fqvi al .
1'-.., D....'. ense that took the field capping the drive with a 21 '
-Bm Boda,ar. Uia ...1..... _u..: 041, rood In.r ... _. lot against! the Red Knights yard run End Charlie Hod. ; 2, J kl
1.r.01.. P.1. GvWId 1'1. T" _. 414.1 I1. > __
fop W CoaM Rrtl M. _
hat ra.a af la a t..- and' I- .o..kl ]15/. AI I Buattma IK.. Probable Indian starters re.; attempted conversion '
x M ..* Pool I'... 6dp.d.X1, 114 Bill. Mar aad Bait. 114 .,tIII Ends-Tom Landgraf (155) was wide, but Venice led bya Iboaoaiiar pool* "ar" Varyl 110"1)
tlT. H'N, tot I of I toUK "**
.04 _
Ton Rum Bllbter Mm ._ and Charlie Hodtes (190)): 8-0 score with 4:57 to go in HERE WE COME Tackle Bruce MacDonald and right- slowing down North Fort Myers end Bin Dosher (87) It
._'. .....1 .
Gaoraa Daalia find iOMtt-ltt lor )( r. lb.V.4ro tackles Bruce MacDonald the opening quarter.
I". G._ 034 pct 511 111.Is. .. halfback Paul Peden head into enemy Red Knight territory right-end Charlie Hodges Other Red Knights Identifiableare
I 1.t4nJ.1, i 1 ed..l ..* .. <4 Ill .M addmt ..... of 441 195) and Jim Zachsrias Venice had taken over on during third quarter action in Friday nights 25-7 Indian guard Thomas Foster (62), tackle Lamar Forbes (76))
JiI_ a-hM. kotk Jaek R.II.. and .7(1r top a.ito of t417 Larrrokm (200)) guards Bob Somers
4 .i>d r.wk Grok .ran throaak w,la.til .. kowlliw (or Pnkl< Marina ; its own 38, following a North victory over North Fort Myert In a White Sands Conference and guard Terry Moralio ((61). Peden, who gained 144 yards
raaa far tM tank* WM .to.* ladimhial 4111301-31442444 170)) and Phil Youngberg Fort Myers punt that came has from and 20 the
.... McDon.neil contest Peden just taken pitchout quarterback rushing yards passing during game made M Blark-UM. .-Ta.... Uam'. ((185)), center Tom after the first series of downsof Ray Joelson, shown just behind Red Knight tackle yards on this play before being nailed at the 14-yard lint

I V.484.444 $4' C.. rd (195)); quarterback the game On the initial Hal Robinson' (73). and is interference about to North Fort Myers defensive back. Venice returns
( picking by a to
iloilo I... 14. IN Dollo .'010 .,,." Ray Joelson (170) halfbacks the Indians Pedenan up
.... : ; play by be the after action tomorrow at Naples in non-ronferenci
l$531 aT JM laaral Vr FirkrInaw. provided by MacDonald Indian on ground night a tilt
63VOLKSKARMANN F...... P..... BI.. Rb_ Terry Haskins (155) and for eight yards. Fullback
3.43. ....* to* r... of IWt OlMa 'NG" Paul Peden (160)) fullback- John Henne registered the
,'. .....
hl' .211' ..tha 2014 Ptiia..31 Ol..d rnn H.drk/. John Henne (160)). first down with a four-y.rd kin. ran for six and then another three to make It third unit played fine ball when the Score by quarters:

GHIA c-.......""' 1001 .... 4036 Also slated to Fee plenty of burst uo the mIddle. Left-half came Peden's touchdown down and 19 on the Venice 48 chips were down holding the
'. POI Slvk 3.4. ... Doll 44., 405hb N. Fort Myers .. 0 7 t 9- T
... action are end Nick Harper .camper. A to Hodges picked up visitors on the nine, the one
a III .01 III. Terry Haskins got one and apass pass
Venice ... .. .. .
CONVERTIBLES2195. ( tackles Jones North Fort took the for the 6-744-23
__ Cl781. Greg from Joelson to Peden Myers the necessary yardage and the five. Top performances
11m"... khra4r H.4... 1.5 ....toO. 1.Irylion. (185)) and Me Cleveland (190V. added five more yards Joel. ensuing kickoff and quickly first down and another to were turned in by tack. Scoring:

:: .h_'. 1..1. .... H.1on r..II' enters Joe Henriouez ((150) eon made it a first down on racked up a pair of first Peden for IS yards put the lea Jim Zacharias Greg
47, fr 101". IIrW, $"",.4. and Bill Higel ((165). guard downs before the Venice defense ball In the 18Haskins MacDonald I V-Peden. 21-yard run, Hodges .
....... the Red Knight 28 with a 15 play on Jones and guards kick failed.

....... .. heo Lawrence (145)), and yard keeper play. settled down forcing picked one anda Bob Somers Shep Lawrenceand ,V Henne.
r d a 144 Smlarwtra rltlru up yard run Hodges'
backs Steve ((140) another punting situation. Phil and
ESTIL'SFINB paord fcr Lll Iwbhrri IM and Bradley Pedn added. couole. Has. five yard penalty put the Youngbert; cen kick good.NFMPowers .
..It ton* wh .la krr katband Don. 1Y and Jack Wright (150)). Blocked Punt ter Tom McDonnell
.... Indians back to the 20 with a
riai wm kwk for U> Alkart 8-yard nm,
"'I' CARS Back prod k.k aaaw at" ITUUttroR The Indians starting line 171, "... Dols 154. ". .. T_ 177. With Red Knight fullback second down situation. Joel. Filkill run good
--* will average 184 and the back. Em_ Yon s..d. Barra Dotal. 147. Harry FiJkill back to boot THE STATISTICS
..... son then fired a strike to V-Joelson
CaarmaMiKd WM yard run, Hod.
field 161 for an overall team from his 40. Venice
M. 7 R .. ...._. own
h om y Y1.l IIPA" An-/1r thll Bradley for touchdown. kick failed.VBradley .
a ges'
14,1'. 1..kIo'. I" loP G.II CoM average of 178I 0.3441.. .1 '.. E..U.Aft_ tackle Bruce MacDonald NFM Taalot1st
r-_.. 011 1'" .Iotaff ..... I !"' .. ...*,ad. roll .. p.I .... r a* burst through to block the Hodges' attempt was wide Downs 10 14 20-yard past
for anenjoyable H.... III _ ftJM rd 14 ., All' and it 25-7 with 92 left
pan or aonuouxta mil
p was : from
i ........Goes IN w ..... A.. Lotdlum in. Cltirvr Slahl. s...... ..ft.a I pprat .h. kick and recovered on the vis Yds Rushing 162 260 Joelson Hodgei kick
I GOLF 17.. DM Stork IM. an4 Lou 1Io .. 4 414,1. .._ 0.. af .._ nn.1M. itor's 33. Joelson ran for 19 In the game Yds Passing 25 122 failed
: Baatt tanrlaa M.aj i SmtHila r- In and 4M Mn. roc th. meal ilman . eo M .-. II...,. _,
North Fort
of wal paetd ar tha ......_. Pha*. I. N. Rrk Od IM. "Dm* ,I. .Miami on OPT. tl ..* ,.. TW Moa ,. yards to Ret the series of Myers threaten Total Yds. 187 382
day ajaer t... tp wriai of t4'"l with th. >xtrr tni R... Lrriham 1.J-V>.. lIiI! ". ..>. for U. terfla. ona for downs, underway and Henne ed again In final moments of Passes Att 7 13
4X..1. Rllr C-nral RI .4 LarrrH o ft..11 114411. lb. ATTENTION
Rill' P ahl 3421. 41 the but Venice
4.1... 354. H.. P.4.b.r'. 714I tnt.. Prnrk H.roU Cra* added 10 to put the ball on contest I Passes Comp 2 10
TRYSARASOTA .. 914 $.4 out tN Ph..._ 4 "I and. Tkurk" T... !'" PWauajlarr Srpaal Ib.t... winFrtdar the North Fort Myers' four. over on the five and ran out Passes Int. 0 1 VENICE GOLFERSPLAY
4,. 414 1.. 5141 n.. ...n, ItT 4.,... l.r .h. I...Mr I.... M. the clock.
\ M Vk MrCia a;. 124 aa* JokaToawertkl I lllalwk I...... A4.ry La.I.. aft.r arhnnL ",.. Junlnr. fffrh yard line. Haoldns narrowedIt Punts 3/19 0
Vt pat tha Tllamaa into L_ .. M.d. Poem 4. 'N LMffva fta.t.* ravtotratioa ,la.t Ratonfir to one and then Henne Peden was the game's big Fumbles Lost 0 IYd. DAY OR NITE
GOLF ha $. ram* L a Pro IMMW* k"h' 31.11.. .11 111.11.14" I.. 5 MM morn na ..* .111 mnUnua fht.aranlir .
.tim* W 2 J' fnr tha ftp _.. nor for tho !Iv... 0........ ...... "" at 10 at. Taa t niar Ooh >urst through the line to score ground gainer, picking up 144 .. Penalized 10 60 On rVerf Co s's Sporriaif
CAlLY GREEN S3.00J' FalttaTf. Farfv BI... f ...." wla t.oIo or Mod .ear .m p4.4 141 t'air hi* tHrir ..'..,...10..' martw standing up to make it 12-0 yards on seven carries for a 9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOU1
.. .... . .
= ,. ..
ar H. H a '' FEES . . ". H'nuraua. Air C.Nltbi.p) and 114 iDoroUirc 111 $.... was 111.1 _... pra>,, AI.... Domlarl with 9:58 to clay in the second hopping 20.5 average Work. '
: Off L", awHker ela,atari top .._ wKhIT ntrlnnlu-l" .lax ..rkl. Btttr WnkxffM44 .a araifamt 1 ..* Ponn<* 44.. period. Hodges' kick was hone for the Red Knights' 55 CHEV. TOMMY BOLT'SGolden
u Just Bee Rd.
Ridgs i for Laa O .
* Art Riuaall EUina SmHk 144. Jody Gar ratarr4ra t>ir. Smlor Hllk t....
j 'I South of Sdratol I rod th. mra with a tit aama aid. "I, Jaekw r.nn,.. 1&4. P. Brh. _10 aa ......, annlnf, .. I:la. Mil.a good and it was 13-0 was Filkill who averaged 5.5
r .4. for V..... r... Othar ...... T Gall
t arnai rood 14. LIM.3..b41 107. Anrto Gmrk at twa al'ki an* twa aoraara Again the Red Knights took yards on 82 yards in 15 at-
1 31311 P. 0441.4. 11., A.1. ,..-<,.. M.... xif._ 101. Pot H,1\, apm ta .u d.d.r ,.- ...... PANEL :
1< _ .. ___ ..__ .- - - -_.. .- -.-- - I thr.ll.THa the kickoff and began using empts:

*'f_._. Row'_'" ........ Ie fullback' power plays to carry Joelson netted 52 yards run. $395. I CLUB
I .f "a T ailaa ubnwlar. ...... .. 1.. 1.4.4. tl ,.ards'ln 13 plays With ning in eight carries Henne .
.i . ... Coarse end Driving Rang
larita ta plt.4.C34ro's a fourth and-three situation made 32 yards in seven attempts

on the Venice' eight, quarter. Haskins totaled 18 in ESTIL'SFINE : OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M.

Lanesn back Noah Powers was five carrie and Bradley ran JUST OFF 41 AT

ELECT STOKES *n Flint Man1* l aamt " R', __, 544, ... 1411 14r Indiana took over on the nine The entire Indian defensive
1--.4 J ,
j !' ... .. ,2215e'23 Pd HIM with 1 27 to go until the half.
0144. 1..311. Ml..dl' 1hoy 10.... Venice was penalized five
i .. .L>.* O 1... Ut ..* 4l, C....
..,.. MarD-.vall. (',.. TI.." Gr4ry. yards on an offside Infraction 0
,154 ..447. %.: 411144. lpdnn ..M4l3. md in two running plays the
aw, M ..4 I JPria .
IA,.. C1..pM. Is ""........ Indians were on their own
I 04., .,mr. ITT, ..... M i rv* eight with a third down and
COUNTY JUDGE SARASOTA COUNTY 1114.1. r.p. H... w..w. tMI .
.. seven situation. Joelson then
'::3 1.11$4 I II: Can Raaa w.t. ''
I I 001' .""hrtar FH*>",. II1Gs.P.IM..1. /. I tumbled and sub fullback
I .. I.'....... 1M'.- ..
P--. 30.15... T'Jo. 10-I ... 51$ rrsncis Stanfnrd recovered
::1.446_, 71I.. 1141 for' the Red
Cls.-y'4. A. the
I Having practiced law successfully in Sarasota N 7541 TIle 1......,-S...aa 11*_Clara-NJ.Ile? ,... -A_.. Venice seven.Bed .Knights on i/ I I II

for 38 years I now ask you to elevate me to County 11-10 r.-.... wally TVaka.l Knights !Score
I p1..-. III.: P\oNI 1..... 1..r1.l' On the next play Power.

Judge. I believe all young attorneys should start out ..M.-M.s.. W41 20: r."."_'. 1.t. scored for North Fort Myerson

..... III .M Ull 5101' 414 .4. a romn around his own

I by practicing their profession for at least 25 years t.Aau 05. 1014. 041. 41.1... right: end. Fiftill made It 13-7

Voo* Savfn.9 a. r-. 111 544 tit after kick and
faking a
before aspiring to be a judge. 314 4//1 JiI"" _. G.... rit, ... running
:4: 1.411, t.. R... A_. "I' 1w over for the conversion
1 I A....., w .d '",. .A Steve Bradley Intercep- I I '
Bin 111111..4' 11144 411 .11- /
.r. 0_'. Raknr 1T ... Ma Bill tion on his own 41 set up the

My opponent started practicing law only a short R.444.. and. MIl ra'oal Will T>awpoT .T..l.l H. t. hlrd-quarter Indian touch.

._. rradril down. Four plays later the
ort Na I
." : time when he qualified for County Judge in June 1956. ,.I, T__ If.. I. n"? .il.nd T.4._ Scoreboard read 19.7, follow-

j He was soundly defeated in that election. keeper Ing Joelson's for the six seven.pointer-yard.

The[ other three plays were

passe of nine yards to Hod. Pampers Your Clothes! '

f He opened a law office and joined the Republican res and seven yards to end _
POOLSBy Tom and
a 39-yard '
I Flowln Heat flat(
Party when they needed a candidate for County dash by Peden The run was ,
sandwiched between the two lentil at s p

/ Judge in 1960. He was elected in this election. I pass completions Hodges' exra \, breeze

'I JAMES A. HICKS I -point attempt was short 1 No-stoop Ifnt screen !

: j of the goal posts on the door.Porulsin.

In administering estates of deceased Poured Concrete As on the previous two IndiaN Enamel

persons. Using touchdowns, the visitors drum.

1J I I assure their heirs complete protection. Some lawyers took the kickoff and drove
Simplex Forms toalward with relative ease Wrinklts-Away dry 1O

will tell you their fee is set by law in handling such however, with a first downon Ing, tool rl

I J Call Collect the five the Venice defense

estates. This is not so. If anyone can prove this $100 Sarasota 924-9978 stiffened again and four I BIGGER THAN LIFE.SIZE

awaits them. The Judge SETS THE smashes at the Indian line ; ANIMAL IF YOU
FEE. The law sets
1 FOR FREE produced only four yards. I THIS FRIGIDAIRE
the administrator's fee. After Joelson gained 13

ESTIMATETROPHIES yards on a trio of quarter- \LZ TODAYI.nt.M.
back sneak. Peden came up fOAM.nLlED1.f".", .

.1 with the most thrilling play; ,
7 \ With respect to the Juvenile Court and Detention of the game Taking a pitchout : ::

from Joelson and follow. 41d..Na"SSS&3&A

1 Home I want to assure you that I shall reduce the ng his blockers, he broke Into

expenses of that Court and Home. The Juvenile Court ;yards the to clear score and only sprinted to have M It FRIGIDAIRE & SasaIAUUI( -

budget has approximately tripled during the present AWARDS nullified.It,.. by a clipping pen even soaks !

'I administration. And this all Passes Click
happened the sm ,
pres. EXECUTIVE GIFTS A 15-yard assessment from ,-_

ent Judge promised in his 1960 platform to save the the point of Infraction put the \ : a-

ball back on the Red Knight == \
1 money. I 49 and the Indians started allover 5166 out ol tub.flea* ,

r h'' thrown again for a six Joelson yard loss was on I meads trapla laavaa rV.
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New 1965 Fords TomorrowThe ,

A most-changed Ford In dren in the rear of the wage. Five new and distinctive Non wagon design ideas for has an interior of quality u I
the 13.year history of Ford Some of the many Other tea:. rooflinos have been developedfor 1969 All Ford wagons featurea style previously obtaln.l,
Division will debut In Ford lures are curved side glas I twoand four-door hardtops unique rear window air deflector only in hlgherprfc
dealer showrooms convertibles and Styled Into the rear Luxurious upholstery fabdh
tomorrow. for increased shoulder room: sedans,
"AU 17 models In the 1965 a 11 per cent reduction In the! station wagons body pillar, the deflectors direct Pleated in a rich i"weR
Ford lineup-including a new floor-tunnel for greater pos The 1965 Ford features new, a curtain of aIr across pattern on seats and batt
,luxurious 'LTD' series are senger comfort: a recessed; In.. low-profile tires designed: for the rear window surface to with an upper seat halo i
literally new from tires 1 to liniment panel 1 with severa better traction and handlingas reduce accumulation of dust, vertically pleated Door
Ii. roof and from bumper I to additional inches of 'livln well as longer tire life and water or snow. el. have simulated> walnut
!bumper," said Ls A. lacoc- room spaciousness" in the better brake performance-a.11 Unique, center-facing dual pliques bordering the Iqlllo
ar su ca, Ford Motor Company vice passenger compartment, and at no increase in vehicle rear seats available on Ford saddle design and this u!
president and Ford Division a deeper trunk capable i of height At the same time, Country Sedan and Ford wood grain Is carried ser,
general manacer.Verticalmounted. holding two-suiter suitcases I In tread width of the 1965 Ford Country Squire wagons offer the lower edge of the Inat
dual headlamps an upright position.Styling has been Increased to 69 inches comfortable seating for up to ment panel. A fold-out ,
and modernistic, hex- front and rear for a wider four children. With one seat rest Is provided for the
- ."" "",,, ,Jo "' i ',,' u.<'r; aonal-shaped tall.lights accent FeaturesAll stance on the road. folded, a "table and chair" fort of paswJ!
1965 Ford models have
t The 1965 Ford \\t the most-changed In the 15-year history of Ford Division:The traditional the crisp look of the new been completely restylec The Ford Galnxie 500 LTD arrangement' Ideal for youngsters Relocation of the healer,
round Ford taillight li replaced by a modernistic hexagonal shape In keepIng Ford. Side. styling feature Five separate roof lines and series- completely new line games on trips is pro aIr conditioner pel1\ltted
I with the crisp, elegant look of the new Ford. Luxury styling Is combined with a lux.ary straight through lines empha different series ornamentation of super-luxury twoand four- vided. With rear and center distinctively recessed\ |g7,
r car ride described us so smooth and 10 quiet the heater and air conditioner fans had sizer by a sharp, full-length give new and more complete door hardtop Fords for 1965- seats folded, a four-by eight- ment panel in the 196J ]F""
( to be moved Into the engine compartment because their low-toned whirr was distracting fender line from front to rear distinction between the features interior fabrics comparable foot sheet of plywood may be and added additional
A luxurious new Ford Galaxle 500 LTD series (above) features an Interior of < "The dramatic elegance of models. in value to those in placed flat on the load floor to the interior rooming
quality and style previously obtainable only In higher-priced (cars Five separate roof the 1969 Ford styllno- is combined "v i1i mounted dual head America's most expensive with the tailgate closed. ready gained by the n ,
features t to distinctive- with an even more dra Simulated wood panel- Interior StylingAll body-frame
lines are offered with Interior and exterior trim give greater lamps highlight the front witha cars relationship. F
nets to each of the 17 models than ever before matlc luxury car ride so that features Ing is used In the Instrument 1965 Ford series-Ford room, both front and rei,
grille thin
smooth and no quiet the heater and In door trim to Custom, Ford Custom BOO, markedly Increased
P The complete line of 1905 Ford. twoand four-door hardtops, sedans convertibles horizontal bars The turn signnl panel produce beau
and station wagons will be Introduced In Ford dealer showrooms on Friday. and air conditioner fans -parking lights are conceal. a true luxury-car decor. Ford Qalaxie BOO, Ford Gal- the body sills straddle the i,
September 25. had to be moved from the ed behind the grille and are Sharing features common todl axle BOO/XL and Ford Galaxle que frame rather than Situ,
I :passenger compartment because l 1965 Fords, the Ford 500 LTD-feature distinctively on top of it.
i their low-toned whirr visible only when illuminated. Ranch Wagon Ford Country different interior trim Controls and
From side, 1965 Fords
Fastback Model Added To fAustag was distracting," Mr, lacoc feature straight-through lines Sedan and Ford Country styles and ornamentation. all 1965 Fords are gnu.
ca said Squire offer several new sta The Ford Galaxie BOO LTD Continued on pare III
I I emphasized by a sharp, full
"Even the keys for the 1965 length fender line from frontto

!In cal said Donald 'which have Ford are all' new,"' Mr lacoc- rear. At the front, the fender Sforei Alto Located In
The Mustang, announced N Frey, ence options Co said "They are designedto TIRES I
i hardtop and convertible models Ford Division assistant general I I made the Mustang the .car be inserted Into the lock line carries forward of the BRADENTON and FORT MYERS
I by Ford Division as the manager "Now, with the 'designed by its owners.' either side In addition headlamps, dra mat III n gFord's
up. Store Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS
first of its 1965 cars last 2+2 model, it becomes even All Mustangs offer as doors on all 1965 Fords will long look. Two lightly Get ..
: April, continues to make new. more sporty and more practical standard equipment such be equipped with sculptured character lines on $ 95
a keyless Tire Costs.
the body side panels accentuate Cut .. GUARANTEED RETREADS
I with an added third model sports and luxury features a. locking "
the "2+2"' fastback. Mr. Frey said the new Mustang bucket seats, molded nylon An ultra-modern system six-cylind this appearance. AS LOW AS . .e.u..u. .. IiOalt
: seating for floor-mounted shif The rear of the 1965 Ford
"The Mustang is alreadythe provides carpeting, b
j er engine rated at 150 horse
most successful new car four. Fold-down rear seats for both manual and automat continues the luxury-car look het t
; added Including transmissions in. power-lihter, more power with clean, simple lines Tins RADIATORS t t
line ever introduced because permit luggage ic all-vinyl ful, and
\ it offers a unique combination skis and other lengthy terlor, padded Instrument smoother-running traditional round Ford taillight t tF ti
more economical than
of the sporty and the practi- equipment to be carried panel, and full wheel covers other six any becomes hexagonal for REPAIRED FLUSHED
inside the car with driver and Mustang option. available offered in the Ford line <
YOURCAR passenger to the performance-minded styling motif NOWI .
"The new Mustang 2+2 also Incude a selection of three -heads a list of &&UJoulowner F Budget Terms /
features functional air louvers V-. engines with up to 271 -benefits which include
styled into the rear roof horsepower, 4-speed transmission such items as the industry' Learn To Drive
It; quarter-panels for an efficient quick-ratio steering, first center-facing dual rear SUt Lie. Donr to TVw r Bervle ,t VENICE TIRE RADIATOR
-by- flow-through ventilation Rally-Pao wiwth tachometer seats In 1969 Ford elation LUTHER'S
system said Mr Frey, and clock, limited-slip differential wagons. Replacing the con DRIVING SCHOOL Serving Venice For 5 Yean
Bill Phillips and a special handling ventional third "jump seat," Sarasota 313 TAMPA AVE., VENICE FLA. BEHIND THEAIR!
It driving suspension and sports tires. this new design affords comfortable Tel 955-0755 or 924-2108 Phone 483.1259 In the "T owerlfll" S,0.
Remember to the Inside
drafts in nearly all kinds of The new Mustang 2+2 Joins _seating for four chil I
,,,, off in
r u lights your car "
weather. the 1965 Mustang hardtop and
7 tip' when driving at night.I Also New Roof Line convertible models in Ford
turn down the brightness of
The smooth dealer showrooms
new -flowing Friday,
dash light.. It will
your help roof line curves gently from September 25
you to see better when driving
the passenger compartment Styling;
at night. Into the rear deck, accentingthe The front compartment of
Know how companies
many sports and convent (Continued on .;
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t trucks? A total of 611 There }
are 306 firms which make au
tomobile bodies

). In most states you can gets
ticket for sightseeing if o away? I
t: you are at a scene of a disaster
where activity of police,
firemen, or other rescue or r gy"fls kw Y, t 9"YA'.r.. !'s a+trNwa kv+Ri6t ?" .v v .
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(il and you interfere with
t' "Ii 1 them. It's a misdemeanor and '
t could cost you $10 or $201 '
'., You can tell the "temper" ,. r- :
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rurs is here at BILL PHIL- A1JiJ ..'.,. :
LIPS FORD in Venice, you ..:aA a \ ;: e..t;; THI l AFORMANCDRD GALAJU(
can expect the rest of the A third Mustang model the "2+2" fastback joins
dealership to have the same hardtop and convertible Mustangs announced as the first Now.
look into
kind of operation. See BILL of Its 1965 ears by Ford Division last April. The new the many worlds
PHILLIPS FORD for all your Mustang provides seating for four. Fold-down rear seats
I automotive service needs. permit added luggage including skit and other lengthy
Do Limited Access Roads equipment to be carried inside the car with driver and
cut accidents Yes In Michigan passenger Functional air louvers styled into the rear roof
a one-year study showed quarter-panels provide an efficient, flow-through ventiU- @ 1 ) rY
accidents dropped from 1,340 tion system for window-up driving free from wind noises
on old roads to 303 on the expressways and drafts In nearly all kinds of weather. Continued as
I that replaced standard equipment on Mustangs are such sports and
them. Deaths went down from luxury features as bucket seals, molded nylon carpeting
I 23 to 2 on the same roads. floor mounted shift for both manual and automatic transmissions .
I This is typical on new vs. old all-vlnyllnlerlor. padded Instrument panel and
road comparisons full wheel covers.

Drive carefully, safety pays; The new Mustang "2+2" joins the 1965 Mustang hard
accidents cost) top and convertible models la Ford dealer showrooms Friday

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luxury series, the'65 Fordi are 10 new you just eiousneu., new Big Six engine smoother new Six-Z hotter V-8 option(. S-

have to see them for yourself New "cool" world of Mustang . Fastback speed Cruisc-O-Matic optional.

New world of elegance . 17 solid quiet 2+2 joins the Hardtop and Convertible. New world of economy...13 Falcons with! up
LOANS Fords, including a new luxury aeriesMany! luxuries standard.
super New options( include to 15% greater fuel economy u a new livelier
'I d dr the LTD 2- and Door Hardtop. New body, front disc brakes. Six teams with optional S-speed CruueOMatic -

r frame and suspensions give the smoothest. New world of value 18 Fairlanes, bigger ,New battery-saving alternator

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1965 Fords Debut The GONDOLIER, Venice, Ha, 4 196-1))

, f1 mqely(Continued ece-sed I" front from beneath* pare the a driver 10)eatdpadded ) .- designed the Ford lock are either to all be new aide; up eell, The Into art!I> slippery driving Tomorrow conditions traction pavement under and 'Increased all- C w I lCompletely Ryi;;; .jl II

I ond locks are new, too-doors 01 f(r -
rectangular hood A lold-<1own rear seat may
, ,1\; all 1963 Fords are now equip be ordered in all 1965 Ford Most popular Intermediate 'f
pod with II
1 "rune-aln i a' keyless locking I outdoor sedans This seat ize car on America's highways I

''"re and reflection Outlets system combines many of the ad- the Falrlane is completely r .i
L the optional olr conditionr All 1965 Ford care are vantages of a station wagon I E restyled Inside and
styled into the instru- equipped with a 42-ampere. with the compactness and out for 1969 and has been given
are pnnel which 1 ia designed alternator charging system I styling of the conventional a big car ride to matchits
rront actommodale a full ranged for more positive battery, four-<1oor sedan. new big car look.

to and accessories as charging and to improve the The swing-away steering "Fairlane-slze cars are increasing I
options, built-in compon- over-all efficiency of the Ignition wheel introduced the Improved performance with Increased fuel econom in popularity faster
toirjraled on
; and lighting systems Thunderbird be gas savings up to IS per cent have been achieved than any other segment of the
(DlSl may now tastefully restyled Ford Falcon for 1965. More JI
Companion automobile market, said E
Power equipment to the ordered
i on any 1963 Ford
engines Including. redesigned 200-eublc-lnch Six H,
alternator F Laux, Ford Division
-e, standard engine for all now Is an Improv model for added convenience seven main bearings for added smoothness gen- r I ,
ed eral sales "This
carl except "XL" battery with Inner-cel 1 in entry and exit, with thres-speed Crulse-0-Malie or three-speed manager. I
d'LTD'' models is the new connections for Increased A speed-control device Is transmissions for the and performance growth-from 4 per cent of I : "
aiix Fordde- ruggedness and durability,, available on any 1963 Ford economy 1961 models to 14 per cent of A look of size and motion \
ment. New Interiors and new instrument panel new la combined In the 1965 I I
;elope lightweight, precis- additions' electrolyte capacl ordered .with V-8 engine and ation; new low-profile tires; Improved steering 1964s-that reflects intermediate rising recognition I.- Falrlane, restyled from bumper to bumper for the first ,
ion_casting techniques permit ty and increased plate area Cruise-0 Matlc transmission, siveness; alternators and automatic choices on all ; time since Its Introduction three years ago Although new I
weight reduction over the for Improved cold starting, The speed selected by the and larger fuel tanks are other 1965 Falcon features cars offer an ideal combination styling makes the middleweight Falrlane look bigger it ,

Irevlous 223-Six, yet the new New latches l used to secure driver, Is maintained auto The 13 new Falcon models Including the Falcon to-drive of roominess size." with a fun- remains about the size of the 1956 Ford on the outside
engine is rated at 150 horse. the convertible top provide matically, regardless of terrain 2-door Hardtop (above), will be Introduced In Ford and the 1959 Ford on the Inside, Improved ride and economy I
power compared with 138 high leverage for low-effort I permitting the driver to showrooms on Friday, September 23. Mr. Laux said that the ; new low-profile tires for greater directional stability I I I I
horsepower for the earlier en- operation and are located in remove his foot from the ac Falrlane continues its role as better traction and longer life; significantly, Improved In :i I ,
Ine, The 240-Six is des'fined the top side rails so that sun celerator. The unit is disengaged trendsetter with a wider, terlor quietness; alternators and automatic chokes standard I ''t,
for, quiet operation economy views': no longer interfere by touching the brake New Ford Falcon more substantial look and on all engines; and a complete line of option Including :
,nd durability through the The Flo-Thru ventilation and the speed may be adjust clean-flowing lines for 1965. low-cost air conditioning are features of all 1903 Fairlanes t I
of hydraulic valve lifters, svstern pioneered on the 1964 I ed at any time by the control Forward-thrusting front fend including the Fairiane Sports Coupe (above). jf,

\we in automatic choke, and a thunderbird Is now available mounted on the instrument Customer-Satisfying ers and tasteful body sculpturing Eight Falrlane models hardtops, station wagons and i It
t panel. add a lively note sedans will be Introduced In Ford
WVM) mein-bearing suppo r on all 1965 Ford four-door dealer showrooms ,
(for the crankshaft, The Ford I hardtop models The rear A safety and convenience "New standards of ride and Friday, September 23. J ,(
constant-mesh, 3-speed manml vent Is opened and closed by control panel-similar to that The rare combination of tion which enhances the 19)I quietness In the 1965 Fairiane
transmission is standard a vacuum control switch on Introduced on the thunderbird Improved performance with ty of the car. have been achieved through sedans, hardtops, and station upholstery in all models, Is I V I
nth this new ,engine, with the instrument panel. for 1964-is now available as increased fuel economy New low-profile suspension redesign and an waons-will be introduced in highlighted by a new horizontal 'I[ \
cord r 'e and Cruise-O-Matic I The 1965 an option on all 1965 Fords marks the tastefully restyled are standard on most ultra-modern new sound pack Ford dealer showrooms on l instrument panel. Controls
hardtops offer 19.1 sedans cubic feet and t The panel Includes vacuum Ford Falcon for 1965 models in 1965, and age," Mr. Laux said, "New Friday, September 25. lf the lights, wipers, i
The 269-cubic-inch venturi of usable door lock control (all doors "A determined effort to the compact cars low-profile tires-standard on StylingThe right air and ignition have
\j standard on "XL" and increase of space, an may be locked or unlocked at satisfy all customer demands bility and handling all 1965 Fairlanes-also con- been moved to the lower edge ,f fof i
two cubic feet t tasteful, big-car
the touch of a button), a"doorajlr" tribute to a smoother, quieter appeararcs
"LTD" models, has improvedvalve over 1964. In addition the lift- took a great deal of engineerIng istics. Less road of the 1965 Fairiane is the cluster housing for improved i
timing and intake manifold warning light know-how," said FrankE. add to passenger ride as well as to improved visibility I Other features
over height has been reduced "low-fuel" highlighted by the higher
for 200 horsepower In approximately five inches for warning light, Zimmerman, Ford Division The model lineup handling. fender line, Tho sculptured include a smaller, 16 i
lilt while retaining characteristic easier loading and emergency flasher, and a general marketing manager 1963 Falcon includes 2 Headlining the Fairiane engine metal treatment which carries inch steering wheel, illuminated ! i
seat belt light which ,
operating economy. 4-door sedans, 2and lineup for 1963 is a new the heater controls, and a
Other entire length of the
352- and 390- standard equipment reminds driver and passengers standard-equipment, 200-cu- light-hand ignition switch lo :
The optional frotures "A careful blending of more station wagons, a car is accented on the Fair-
of all 1965 to fasten their belts. I
Fords in seat blc-inch I'
4-venturi V-8 Six rated at 120 cation.
eubic-inch en- clude powerful engines with Improved and Club Wagons in lane 800 models by a brighttulllength ;
Other include
Suspended accelerator options such r
lines-rated at 250 and 300 to transmissions gives the con series, and 2- and horsepower. The new engine side molding witha The new trim schemes are '
pedal Improve foot comfort and
horsepower respectively-feature > convenience 1965 Falcon added performance sedans, a door has a lIeven-main-bearlnll black- and argent painted available in cloth and vinyl '
new air cleanera designed especially for women wear Items as air conditioner; out- and convertible and crankshaft for smooth operation with all-vinyl trim
at the same time, a accent in the center section. optional r
high heels erne remote-control
for low-restriction air flow ing ; aluminized I mirror; gas savings of up to 15 per tion wagon in the and long life. I All models feature a full- available in the '500' series !
lor Increased ovef-all ,engine muffler for longer life, foot-- AM and AM/FM radio (with ctnt," ries.. Three V-8 engines of the length rocker-panel molding Deep-pile nylon-rayon carpeting
operated parking brakes, dual speakers standard on famous Falrlane design
efficiency. metal-to-metfil 10ur-<100r models The 1965 Falcon offers a The new 1965 provo The wide look from the frontis color-keyed to the interior \
hardtop )
scat belts for ; ed in the Ford-powered Lotuses
Ford s High Performance front seats foam reclining seat with headreston selection of three engines, a1)) be Introduced in Ford accented by the horizontal , is standard on Fairlana :
padding on and Cobra sports cars are
427-oibic-inch V-8 is continuedfor all front seats Ford Calaxie 500/XL models available with either Cruise. showrooms on Friday, bar treatment of the grille I 500 models] the Sports Coupe, 'I
; cranktypevent offered ranging from 193 to
1965 with a rating of 425 O-Matic or three-speed tember 23. and the rectangular headlamp and the Custom Ranch Wag '
detail f 1 windows; and electric ; third seat heater for added man 271 horsepower ThreespeedCrulse0Matic
horsepower Many windshield wipers with 16- Interior comfort in station ual transmissions to meet the PerformanceAn transmissionis housing which give the appearance on.
changes in this famous engine of brushed alum. For the sports-minded four- ,
requirements all drivers. ,
resulting from lessons inch blades, wagons; and retractable seatbelts Improved version available for the first time
inum. Cruise-0 Matic ,
learned in competition- Ford's famed "24-24" total "Engineering Improvements 170 cubic inch, with all 1965 Fairiane engines speed or gearshift j
open levera
in the
of the Falcon Rectangular tailllghts feature Sports I
new have
levels of durabil car warranty-for 24 monthsor been engine with 105 Including: the new Six and
ity insure and new continued outstanding 24.000 miles, whichever The desire of motorists to coupled with styling refinements is standard equipment the 271-horsepower high-per bright "cross" moldingsover Coupe are floor-mounted. .;,'
occurs first-is continued for lake more with them Is turn including a new hori 1965 Falcons, When formance V8Threespeed, the lenses The new Station wagons feature new 1
performance Improved fuel economy and the 1965 Ford together with ing the automobile's back zontally-lined grille which with the new 2,83:1: manual, four- wider styling treatment of textured metal floor panels p'
-Year or seat Into added luggage area gives the car a wider, lower ratio, it provides peed manual and overdrive the rear provides an addition which are coated with a special -
chokes featured 6,000-mile
automatic are maintenance A fold-down rear seat may appearance," Mr Zimmer. standard equipment transmissions also are avail al 2.4 cubic feet of luggage vinyl-type material that '
on all for five ,Ford engine. be ordered in all 1965 Ford man pointed out. without sacrificing able to meet nearly and pre capacity, raising usable luggage has outstanding resistance to I I
choices 1965 Four different OptionsA
4-door sedans to combine the The 1965 Falcon also features The other engines that ference for performance or capacity of 15 cubic scuffing and scratching. I
transmissions in and five new long-life, limited-slip advantage of a station wagon all new interior trim bine both economy and economy/ feet.The PowerHeadlining 1
axle ratios
combinations war- specified differential is optionally available with sedan styling and compnctness. Myles and materials and new formance are available All! eight Fairiane models- completely restyled Interior the power teams
choice of complete a on all 1965 Fords except t Even the sporty Instrument panel ornamenta (Continued on page ) including twonnd four-door with new trims and (Continued on page 19))

nomy options performance designed to tailor i those equipped with the 427- Mustang 2+2 fastback model - .-= -=-- "'" -'- "" --.J. .,.-r=- .......i" -. r..... 'ON .....-" .... =r- ,- ...--.... .
cubic-inch engine, The unit 1 is offers a fold-down rear seato
i 1965 Ford to every customer designed to transfer I
torque ( to permit carrying added luggage
i exact driving\ requirements the wheel with better traction -including skis and other

and Other preferences.Features for improved handling on I lengthy equipment.Entering I

'The! new Ford suspension- .'

"more, than 10 year's in de- Special Warranty Offer

structure r Inpment steel combines body'with,a unit-a :

torque box frame and coil
spring front and rear In effect -
the 1965 Ford body does for Area Motorists. on the new
not require frame support and .
Is rradled in the frame rather -
than sitting on top of it
Road shocks are absorbed by e dal 'F DOUBLE EAGLE with
the suspension and torque
frame rather than being I
transmitted to the body and

its Even occupants the keys for the '1965 its second decade, the 1963 Thunderbird continues LIFEGUARD SAFETY SPARE

Its styling and engineering leadership with such
MUSTANGContinued advanced features as front wheel disc brakes standard l
equipment on all models, Other 163 Thunderbird stan i is
( from yage 10)) dard equipment owner-beiefit features include distinctive ii
'? sequential turn signals which create a light pattern In the i
the new Mustang Jastoack Is turning direction, reversible keys which may bo inserted
styled I) identically with hard-, into Ignition and trunk locks either side up, keyless door
top and convertible models jerking, and a dome light on convertible models. New or
exrept that the headlining revised options Include an AM/FM radio on which all five
and .padded sun visors are push buttons may be used for AM or FM operation, an
color keyed to the interior electric antenna power vent windows, a vacuum deck lid
trim An all-vinyl trim is anew release, and a limited slip differential.The el v i
color, Ivy Gold, Is added
for all three 1163 Thunderbird models landau, convertible *
election Mustangs to six raising the and hardtop (above) will debut In Ford dealer

The rear compartment of showrooms Friday, September 25.I .

the new Mustang has a seat
Wed with the appearance of
two bucket seats Releasing a / 4v .
latch permits folding the seat '
bark and package tray for-
Card over the rear: seat cush- Need APARTMENT BUILDING
Inn to provide- flat load
floor, -, '

The load floor panels are sA INSURANCE?
with chrome and upholstered -
with color-keyed ny.
Ion carpeting f durability: 0' ya )

and a neat riclr appearance. Call me today for
fiberglass pan-
els that resist scuffing extend the Personal Touch
long the aides and 'nto the '.
tear corners of the load area Lof Tailored Protection

The rear vertical panel behind -
the load floor separates
'the trunk from the load area

for the aafe storage of valuables e WE GUARANTEE

When desired, the panel :
may be swung upward afw -
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78 01 the inches trunk long from the rear Your money back If you are not fully convinced they are the tires for your car after 10 days '
to the rear of the a t
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A 2OG-cubic-lnch six-cylinder: I. I

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94 replaced the 170- CID six Up your purchase price your present '
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Front-wheel disc brakes also Safety Spare ever does go flat from any cause: Goodyear will (I ) T
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Mustangs are new options for all 0 'f!), your road service, ((2)) replace the Inner spare free, and I "
as are an ernerencjr fire( ) give you full allowance! for all unused tread wear if the outer :
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An alternator and improved' HEIDEN INSURANCE'

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i a ai t II i( PEOPLE / "Let's Plant } Garden"By

i SPEAKTo ANNIE .. ....

I A man called and asked ticularly care about eatingthe clippings Therefore the treat
-A about growing strawberries whole berry, they lovethe big luscious berries! never,
seeds the surfaceof had any sand on. them
and tiny
in this varieties &m
The Editor: tinued. area -
Question! ts It
i our daintilypick did me ever have to
i I am a Japanese girl I am custom to sting the enemy by won. Yes, we grow beautiful kind the off berry the seeds, so they and once in them tot: beige spr.,
old. I would like the strawberries here The
Marquis of
MKMBBB Of THE ASSOCIATED: PRE,. MEMBER OP TRI FLORIDA PKBSS ASSOCIATION very years much to have a friendof ? What about Queensburyrules the death, depends upon what varieties a while they take a little peck So wee, could stand and tit
out of a berry, especially the the production of this .
the local nurseries happen to "be..
n. _...... ',.. II ""' .s tId M w ,.... d .u now! dlipatebm ......1... k> my own age in your coun- sting administered to 300( ones we'd patch" and know the ,,
I It .. .'-wI.. dndMd, b Iblo 0-' s.. IN.5..a NMabd' ......... All rla-ho of rapuhlloallwaf try. I am writing to you in Americana In South Viet be able to get. love serve families. berries!
._101 dlo""", .,. nh.* imn.Mi.TS. the hope that you may be Nam In the Tonkin Gulf: We try to carry the "Flor- to our were safe to eat without haW
end "bar adrartUKl' MMMII of &II,. nrmpapnt II onrrrlcbtad 1.Is. MpubHemt I forblddra" want .hr wrltM pormlialon.Pnbllabad who rv with a fine idea of a strawberry patch, Small Space! -Big
a young person may no damage to our ships Crop
II the sad side
I Crorr Mondar aad Tiaradar from I1I4 a Miami, ArrniMEntond wish to have a pen friend but Americans are shot in flavor and it is just pointing out An attractive way to grow
A* _lid COM Matttr At Fort omen. .. Vanloa. P $d. here. Viet Nam and the Communist i a good produCe of it. strawberries is to make i
Whet I would like to do Is murderers bases leftIntact. 1 er. There are In order to avoid feedingthe large ring of galvanized or
EDWARD D. BALL ....................................., Editor and Publisher to exchange Information and are ". > several other quail, we can plant the plastic edging. This can b>

T'' COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager views about school life and "We stood firm during the I, varieties such berries inside a cage madeof any size from six feet In dU
a as the "Mis saran, or grow them in a meter to 20 feet.
and to Fill
SAM DILLON .................................. New. and Newsphoto Editor picture dally life postcards swap or stamps even missile crisis in Cuba," Mr. ,/ ', sionary," one strawberry Jar. In article with soil; make another ring this

ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent things made at school.! Writ- Pastore proclaimed. Question I'j . of the oldest three we mentioned raising two feet smaller in diameter
: Do think there is /
Ing and reading in Englishwill correlation you I < varietiesknown tomatoes in baskets; you can and place on top of the larnring
between the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county $ .21 per year $3.29 per six month, $2.75 be very helpful to me in any vacillations of President Kennedy I / to raise strawberries the same fill this with soil Then

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $629 per year, $..2$ studying the English language Mr. Rust and Senator farmers. way place another smaller ring on
So I will try hard to be In Plant-- City Drum 'Berry Patch'Several top of the second ring and as
per au months $3 per months. FulbrlRht during the Bay of, KVpraomutlrati. Fte Ms Pnmi ......... Galrarrilla.' PI*.I Amrrtou NananalMi tar J of use to my friend in any Pigs fiasco and the missile Mrs. Summers which is considered years back we on until you have them pyre
_..u... Now y...... N. I.| AtI ... Cat Offntt. Mich." way that I can to make up crisis? one of the largest came into possession of a mided several rings high.
for this extra benefit to me.I strawberry producing areas large metal drum. We made In this way ;you can grow
got the idea of writing to "We maintained free access I in the world, they grow several holes in it by cutting'the lots of berries In a small
to Berlin," the Senator concluded varieties, but recently I with less
a newspaper editor from the metal with a chisel and turning area work. It has
Youth Council for InternatIonal No question but a reminder was told that most of the the cut metal downward.We been our experience that if
A Real Choice Contact at 20, 1-chome, that the Berlin Wall farmers there still prefer the planted a berry plant in we wait until about the first
Jlmbo-cho, Chiyoda-ku Tok was constructed in Aug. 1961 "Florida 90." each of the twelve holes anda of October to plant the straw.

yo, Japan. This organization, -ad InfinItum. Strawberries can be grown dozen in the top of the berries, they seem to become
of which I.m member has Now folks let's open our in a number of ways. Of drum. We filled the drum established faster and grow
The herd philosophical! and politicalcore water position ts that our prosperity i Is I '
real facts course the preferred is
about way
thousands of student members eyeo0 with a mixture of good black more rapidly-usually start.
of the Goldwsttr movement rests Illusory that it i il based on false and I, all over Japan and tries Americanism. Real Truth. to mound the rows several soil and cow manure one- log to produce around Christ.

on the belief that In previous presidential dangerous fiscal premises, and that profound to promote International The truth alone can make inches above ground level and third manure and two-thirds mil time. The smaller ores
friendship and understand- u. Free. set the plants in rows on top soU. used, the less trouble
contests the American people have been trouble Is in the offing unless of the you
Ing. We want open and above mound. This really After the plants became established have protecting the blossoms
offered an excettive dote of "me-too- drastic changes are made. Again the I am very much In favor of board government for all people gives our little quail and rabbits in the soil, we useda in the event of a freeze

II Ism," that great numbers of voters have differences are fundamental irreconcilable this aim and I think can helpto of the world but first our a fine feast each day.Quail's liquid fertilizer on them In article five we will con.
make this a peaceful and own, all race creed and col Delight twice a week. We mulched tine our discussion on cold
I had no place to go that they deserve and far-reaching. And so it !goes friendly world by being a or. This is the way God wordsit We can erect a fence to the plants in the top of the protection of our winter gar

i and want something different, and that with civil rights legislation, with the war good friend to someone In and this is the way Barry keep the rabbits out, but our drum with leaves and grass den.

this year they are going to get Just that. on poverty, with the whole question of f another country. I will be Goldwater put. it. Use your feathered little quail friend can fly.don't These par-
very grateful to you If you brains and put someone in
Senator Goldwater'i campaign, th.n, what a central government should and can help to put me In touch there that will use theirs.

consists of providing the voter with "a should not do for and to its citizens, with with someone who wants to Think) Get out and vote.

choice, not an echo." President Johnson local and individual rights and re.ponsi. do the tame MRS. JOHN A. KOPF HALEY the .J best recipe for folks
Sincerely South Venice.
ts doing precisely the same thing. As U.S. bilities. SETUKO SHIMIZER, -a. newly moved to

News i World Report puts the contest, There has been speculation that the I Shlmouranishl

"It's a sharply defined study In contrasts President would conduct what Is called, Urasyou Myouzel-,gun Ishti, City, Under To The;your Editor heading: "The REPORTBy

presented on presidential ballots thisIri for want of a better term a high-level I Tokushima-ken, People Speak." What people? REP. JAMES A. HALEY Venice

i The two have of the Panacea Such long speeches could be
year . men conflictingIdeas campaign, making primary use
said in much fewer words. I If the United States finally I Tike OM phone call (or coupon below),
:' on almost every phase of the Presi White House and his office as a soundIng wonder how many people succeeds in solving the problems add hostess with baskets of gifts and

d.ncy-in domestic problems In International board and employing! TV as his principal To The EditorsLet's plowed through the last article of Viet Nam and Laos, Information about the city, stir in genii-

1 affairs, economic policy defense, tool. There is doubt now as to thi.. critic convention.remember the Sen.Demo-Pas- Mrs. McG. Rob an even tougher test may be .. lot hospitality, and you'll hm i gem
Certainly for
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waiting around in
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: i certainly been proven In the early campaign never one to hold back from th eton's affront to every thinking per long? State Department officials phone
'r,9 Intelligence. He stated: Let's have some articles on whose job it is to look into
end battlefronts
moves speeches. when the political I wars were' "This past four years was the politic., baseball football. the future.

Tale, for Instance, one of the most Important on. It is also reported that he is dubiousof i greatest period of prosperityour Stir up some interest and discussion Welco

I : G Issues that of permitting NATO the polls, which show him far In the ed."country Question has: Waa ever he speaking enjoy. hidebound on who's Republicans who. These and karno These and analysts Indonesia think soon Su agon

1> commanders to order the use of certain lead, and means to use every instrumenthe of Bobby Baker, Mrs. Democrats only know one will give us more trouble.

'/ kinds of nuclear weapons. Senator Gold. can command to make his case and| Johnson's radio and TV property lever to pull. They don't vote and with the backing of Rus PHONE 4s$-seta

I water has said, "I. have suggested that away to make. himself available to live audi who,had or of the Billy dubious Sol distinction Estes-, the man. GEORGE DRAIN sia's Southeast Premier Asia Khrushchev than have the ----------------------

must be developed to provide NATO ences. That ts what local groups, Inter'ested of getting caught too f ash 2153 So. Trail, Viet Cong and Pathet Lao. WElCOME NEWCOMERSI

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I truly called conventional w"pons.- The roles of the Vice Presidential hopefuls the United States should not

The President's answer was a direct, unequivocal Representative Miller and Senator SENSING THE NEWS be a surprise to anyone who I
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the state of the economy. The Gold. make. the final decision solidly behind the Johnson business with the government past comments on Sukarno,
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surprising news of the month. to be menaced. Then too well when he appeared as
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I same crowd now project that benefits an African produced by this blackmail, Hunch SohDoll. ions L.. North Port Charlotte.Wonhlp .
I Interested In President Johnson's disclosure you averaged $200 a week, to in power will continue to call dictator. Yet another but never stopped simultaneously Non Wonhlp, 11 iM L" Sarrfaol s._. St4S ut

,I that he's worth little less than (our even earn that much money, much less acquire the shots after January. category of businessman who dickering with Russia Bvmlnv. Btrvfe. Pnnr* ,,00 M p..m.Wrtnwtar. .'..... .** Ofnelal.I.wage Pin Mondar.! Saaond trftt Tomdar*..,.

million dollars Instead of the fourteen it as a backlog. But what is surprising Is to may be willing to lend him and our other Communist msg.. 1r... aiaaEPISCOPAL
find some prominent business self to the same cause as enemies.It yawlcr: -Noeowle METHODISTCHURCH
i million that a national magazine gave him Four million dollars Don't be ridiculous. men lending their names COPE is one who moves in must be said that Sukar Hona.PMar MISSION.
/ j' credit for. and prestige to the same and out of government serv no can scarcely be blamed Tmlm A..*,48S-IUI 4 PohiMtttePhox MadM* View.Sndw .
I We wonder what effect this will have causa that COPE is supportIng. ice. There are not a few Individuals from the crassly pragmatic Mil Loota Jow, PMtor. It** ... W_ s
I We are pleased to have a rich Presi These prominent Individuals in the country Wonhlp M.5.., SiM Mk sad . .
standpoint for doing what he ..
: 01 voters who are two months behind In dent Poor people like to have leaders in the business world whose hearts still belong to does. After all, for years past CIIa..h 11. 1ohnoI. Its L".otIIodlol POST BAPTIST annual

,:1' their rent? who have much to risk and, even by his must find it very strange to Big Government through they he has been constantly and .p... Tao Fo'knrohlp' I'M Bo.N.. Charba Btoearn. S. Bhd.Tha CathtanM.Mlnlata . .
4! be In bed with COPE, for work for private sharehold abjectly .
million appraised by
A dollars Is the the
beyond comprehension own accounting, Lyndon Johnson will never COPE ordinarily is with EMMANUEL LimmHAN CHURCH und.r Barrlam
busy ers. West including, as I have SOD .. TimUml. Tr.ll 4BM94S School.HK .
i j ... of the typical I man, and that have to hock the White House silver its anti-business projects.It But It never pays to attempt indicated above the United Putor, Th .... Ourta L Bow SidlUk...., Sundar Worahtp ....-

j i Includes most of us. ware. should be recognized, pal-ship with the forces of States nou..b 5.b.,55. Nse L...L"Wonhlp. 1,41 t04p.m p.,'1'Goapal_. Panto Barrfca Mall

; 'ilJ II Two hundreds dollars a week? ItI Asheville, N. c., Citizen however, that there are some socialism. Inevitably. the Thus it Is not very surprising LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH WadMadarftri)* p.. Mla-waat,
elements in the business businessman who attempts to that he has undertaken 4 ml Sonth m U.S. 41 mw. -
i world who for a long time run with the that is out to "crush" 1'1I0 IU*. M Mn H. Mnwr, 4SS4MM -
gang and
eventually ....
Wonhlp SOTfcwi 1 SO
have refused to stand up for to bust business ends up the absorb Malaysia. Having Sinter ......t SilS .:... cHURcH or im MAZAUNISooth
the free enterprise system proverbial smile on the face Blhl. 01_. S,,IS ..... V.wlee 41 aad wf
gained new strength from acquisition Bmrt of Jmmloa
. Hili'I I and for those stalwart men of the tiger. Tragically, there of Soviet arms and FIRST CHURCH SCIENTIST OP CHRIST. _. dIWOOI

Reviews For ChildrenEver in political life who will de. are businessmen in all partsof successful termination (without SM W-t Vmkw.. ATCM* Bandar School tiM ....
fend v.... "Wonhlp' 10 iM ML
capitalist philosophy the world who have failed
shameful help) of the Bunter. SnvlMh Ilia. Youth Sorrta SiM ....
." It's a fact that courage is to understand this truth. It West New Guinea affair Sukarno' Bimter Bob.... II Mb EraalMT SarrhMI Til* ....
._... 'III
t since television became an Inhat- "Children who like stories usually not world uniformly divided In this should be remembered that is feeling his oats. He Radial WaliuuUr.R.S.f.m., u 'm-m. to. 4 p.... ware e... Pare
pony and that some men Fidel Castro had his businessmen now has the grandiose amblJ iilr __ Suwtan UK! kolldm' nt
Rant of most living rooms not to mentionthe want reality . I hope I never see a have more and some have supporters when he seized tion of making Indonesia a 1- .....,Inn. from t to .. 8" SATMBA

It'' extra sets In the recreation rooms pony story In which Mother Shetland tucks less. power in Cuba. And after world power equal to this GRACE eon.METHODIST of meld .d CHURCH Ask. CHUGS aUrbi"DHia*rj 5./l.
Indeed over the past 30 Castro was ensconced in Havana Russia .... Edwed. DI..... '" aNrlla
bedrooms country and
there has been Red
concern baby Shetland Into a real bed to have years, exponents of our various there were American China. B...... nWuhb .de ... .. .... Was G: W. O.r.Yel'euadv

: ) r: that children weren't reading enough. happy dreams . I question the adviceon domestic brands of socialism businessmen who thought This ambition, of course, is M, 8t.'d' 5u.w jll JMH. ,11.00 Wdnwbr.Blhl a. rr.r.1"'_ ..........

i ., Actually library statistics Indicate that handling with regard to pigeons . have been able to they could do business with one of the big dangers-perhaps SEVENTH.:. DAY;US P.m., wd..d).T Con rda 5Ne.... .: ;..4tM udN.. .'"

the opposite is true. Nevertheless a lot Isn't it a rather dubious practice for . find Roosevelt pet capitalists. Franklin Fidel. They were mistaken to the biggest of all-that Pena Tra"l ... ml ADVENTIST mat of R4. 41. ... n.d Tit s --=_
knew where to look the tune of millions of dollars. could lead to big Nokomb." Pin.Paator. .
of parents have noticed that their offspring children to handle sick for them his a war in Ooorta L c.u.. CALVAKt RBFOBMED CRUd
mentary-grade and do
so successors. So it is in the United
the Far Pacific, for the Indonesian 1Iorri., .........P. 1,ISO ..... ...41. or rENlOB OASOENS140S
I don't read "th. way we did" and pigeons at all? . In any discussion of States A businessman can't playboy dictator Prar r Horrlomi rae: p... Teal.. North __ Po?
It must be recognized too lend his name and prestigeto has had it VENICE-NOKOM1S PRE8BYTUUAM Tha vas Prnnk I. Shaaram PaihmStMbr
the of so for
myriad activities, dullness of books Roman make allowancefor good 'so long
N we .
i that a ruthless regime in an anti-business political CHURCH ..-, I US nm.Mania
+ L and lack of application are varyingly this positive liking for blood. It did Washington knows how to movement without suffering that he to curb may his scoff aspirationsThat at warnings Mlnlctori." Tb.D RliKa..I4 A.Vcnfa.Tdwlmut Bowl. ."* *."'onb Hi...I ilifl Urn 5d ajfcCommnnnr y

,. given as reasons Another Just might be not go out with the Romans.. threaten business. The country the financial consequences. Russia's equally ambitious Buater Sekool. non 4M-SIU....
should not forget the Kennedy These may be delayed for a Khrushchev Woreh'' 5.O. .. ST. mAPHA i/s oroacslOP
the books that after will lulldap' lit
parents buy some Some child have rather cometo ?
experts clearly KNOLEWOOP
I r.I..Io.p lh91 ... ,
Administration's totalitarian time Indeed a few businessmen Sukarno's 11 OON. ..-
aid obs ... W. Ui
of the .laaet.arp.
reviews.A indicated that children like W.sP."as
I do Indeed crackdown on the steel may temporarily profit vlous. Russia has not entirely SAINT MARK
: recent Issue of the Saturday Review stories of fancy and with little regard to Industry with agents being from being In the favor of given up Its try to retain CHURCH Inndap. Maaa.Maaa.. ..iM,ee aslabW am.OnfmUenn .
RiYIwoo .
j ts an eiample. The reviewer, whoever he reality even if they involve turtles and let sent records into company offices to. Big Government. But when some influence in Laos and the .... Da.5u.fa Pater,, bar.,. Mam. _
officials free
and corporate enterprise is hurt then
she Is can't tell what the book. North Viet Nam, but evidence -dabj"5".Ip.-. CHU60r Of <*J 5
Iq or simply ponies. Nor do they necessarily relate the crudely menaced with every business stands .to be Indicates, she has decided tiSI, ..., BMnuMVt.d Hoi, COMGRKIATIOMAWJHWTIAKMw:;
.It about he mate moral values. Here stories to home. A child reading about sick. prosecution. Nor should the hurt in the long run. her position is too Communion AND arwoeMlOTb. .

are some quotes of reviews of a numberof pigeons Isn't always going to go out and the American Justice people Deoartment forget how Corporate leaders have a weak to achieve decisive rile 0 a.,.,;j.lrla:': 'hnM a.nw N(Holr UM ass & s..b.s+a.M. SC.D.MI.M
under grave responsibility for supporting mainland ..road Suwbr d UM .
influence month."i. :
books find one to handle And at some ages Robert F. Kennedy sent spokesmen for free in -or that .1'-..,...." Mornlnr r.._ w4 ...'V::. Gard-mow w o.a
any case, Indochina (VietNam .. IRA, .
F I "I sometimes wonder how far we are fantasy Is a very real and probably a teams into the South, armed enterprise. If these leadenwon't Cambodia, Laos) is not tlw flrrt Sunou In Cnwninlo nA. month).M MIaHMbra. ::.. .Mar! se das.
I is with animal picture books. This with Income tax records, to support capitalism: a good place for her to chalVn fko SuruMnt Hnhr 'Communion a .pu Use =' act.. 5.55u
going one very necessary Ingredient In life It's too will wbhraM N 110I.,. Md Hol" R.e.M.a eo: Asa .M. PY..M.
secure compliance to Its then how can on. expect the l h, .. .
e Communist China. ? .treio_ .m durliit th. ..
ends as the young doves are swimming bad to clutter up every story with the political will.Undoubtedly. college professor or reporterto Thus the outlook now is sOUTH VENICE aAPU5T '='1.";:".. .::::::;:;

:i on turtles' backs the hard facts of some men In carry the ban With corporate that MISSION _
as reality.
young young Khrushchev will seek to Baffin Dr. a OH 1:......... V
turtles follow their parents. Mother turtlesIn Probably only children should write business way' have defense not contracts forgottenthe authority for comes responsibility gain Influence In Indonesia '.onhlp TW a.anew. Arthur. IsW,M SpllUr.a.. BTrU-pCH. or VENicallrhard '

fact are not noticeably good parent; reviews of children's books. But first of have been handled In recent leadership It should capitalist be exercised with Mocking the primary objective of a..Sc h Iql .a ..:. Uojd. .-
: Red Chinese L RtmAH CHUI1R .
conquest 1QI Sacmr School Sl44 un.Wanhl
't after the eggs are ,laid they cast off responsibility. . course they would have to read them years. with huge contracts assigned in behalf of those who by supoortlns; Sukar- ..Ipl., d a.I Sornaal 111** Ma,
the *..t.( II TapM, par V.W A.,.. .
." -Green Bay Wis., Press-Gazette. technical on factorthat of non stand up for business free- ""*'. plan to destroy Malay.sla. w=.. lb. Rw, 0. AL rasa .Tmbhul.wee Svnoo.Unhmi .
can dom. .h' 1. a. Wod mdar FMrm
eaadaisq, 5,1E w w

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Tie GONDOLIER, Venice, HJ. Thuti., Sep!. H M-IS '

1 All-New__1965 Ramblers n - Unveiled- -i Wide Variety Of Engine Options -Offered i t ,;: i' i iIn

65 Ramblers Now On Display At Wolfer's : 1,

I IRambler'
19CS model will ,carburetor la standard on Shift-Command floor mounted console which can be operated as a .,' '
,ww offer a wide variety of engine Classic 660, 770 and 700-H transmissions on American Twin-Stick which Is a special fully automatic transmission a
t Y option, Including a high performance I models A 199-cublc inch Torque 440 and 440-H, Classic 770 and I floor-shift overdrive or shifted manually as desired II 31 4 I
232-cublc Inch "Tor Command rated at 128- 770-H, and Ambassador 990 transmission, is available I is offered with V-8 or 155- I
que Command" six available horsepower is standard on and 990-H models equippedwith with either six-cylinder or V- horsepower Torque Command ;
on all series for the first Classic liDO models slim bucket seats and 8 engines. Shift-Command, engines only ''I '

time.The outstanding success of" power available In addition Torque, the Command 155-horse-all is 1 New Rambler Models Added for 1965 1.1111;l; 1 I IThe

the 232 "Torque Command, as an option on _
a new six-cylinder engine of Classic models, and on American .
advanced design Introducedlast models with automatic r- : T : : ,
spring as an option on transmissions ,
the Classic series, has resulted SmoothnessThe It
in Its extension to the
Torque Command engines
w8uabler Ambassador la the longest and mostore sontal grille separated by vertical dividing strips, American and Ambassador feature a seven-main
of three distinctively/ different lines of dual vertical headlights and fall-heljht vertical series for '69, according to bearing crankshaft and eight ;
-taan Motors cars for 1965. Over-all length tallllghts. Shown Is the Ambassador 990 bur- Thomas A Coupe automotive counterweights, which togeth ;
year Increased 10 convertible. other door sedan. Other Ambassador models include ales vice president. er' with other advanced design -

,itotion wagons, and a has been two-door sedans, station wagons, hardtops and "In addition, Rambler will features provide excep-
d to the Ambassador line for the first time, the convertible.The Ambassador horsepowerrange t Ion a 1 characteristics of
la .11_.. with bold horl- offer power for every consumer smoothness, quick response
hundor styling a Is from the new 155 .i: to the 270 V-8.
requirement ranging and economy of operation
from the economical 90-horse- Coupe said
L-head six on the Two optional V-8 engines n+
Has Widest power
(ambler American to the 270-horse- rated at 198 and 270.horsepower
are offered In the
power Val which is optional
Classic and Ambassador series t
on all ''65 Classics and Ambassadors 51k

ver Offered In 1965 Models ," Coupe said Engines for the American

- The Torque Command engine line include a 00-horsepower -
L-head six on standard 220 -------------
is offered in three
dean Motor has an- as standard equipment on lag which caps the crown of on '65 Ramblers.A and 330 models, and a 125- 196S Rambler lineup Includes the widest lights and numerous other styling changes. The r '
cod three distinctively Americans in addition to other the rear fender and extends horsepower overhead valve selection of models In American Motors'history Classic line for 1965 has a distinct curbstone
Trent lines of 1965 Ram lines, optional front disc down to the horizontal wraparound 155-horiepower 232-cublc engine. standard on 440 and with convertibles offered for the first time In thtcompletelyre.tyled Identity-aa do the Ambassador and American tl
the widest sfr brakes on Classics and Am. tall Inch Torque Command with 440 H models and optional on ,
r cars with Classic and Ambassador ]Unes-and includes a full selection/ of twoand j
tJoD of models and per. bassadori and elimination of Classic interior feature all- 2-barrel carburetor is standard 220 and 330 models.Transmission include series. Shown Is the Classic 770 convertible which four-door sedans, station wagons and hardtopa. 'II I
choices ever.offered the 1,000 mile engine oil and new seat upholstery and anew all Ambassador options I
.ce on overdrive and Flash-O- features a new horizontal fine-line grille, dual In addition to the new convertible model More
I the company. IlnesIbassador oil filter change and new car instrument panel with models. A 149-horsepower Matic automatic on all horizontal headlights,horizontal wraparound Ufl- powerful six-cylinder'' engines are added fat 198. : {::1
Each of the three Inspection. "Weather Eye" the Instrument cluster and !
Classic 1 and heaters will be standard basic controls grouped within version with single barrel models, plus Twin-Stick and

erlern-Ia on separate equipment throughout the the control panel hood. Y Y65's
Betlbase and each has its Rambler lines. American Refined ''J jl

strong\ "curbstone" Iden- The 1965 Ramblers go on Large, single headlights and
sale Thursday, September 24. a restyled grille provide a Most Sweeping Changes- f
W powerplant All-New AmbassadorsBoth
1th\ new strong front end Identificationfor ,
,,feel and the addition of outside and Inside, the I '
the 1965 American the
ivertlble models to the Am. 1965' Ambassador Is completely original compact car RAMBLER ANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARSNew i'
Vestyled and
odor and Classic imparts a The "fine line" grille has
will have the broadest look of luxury.
six horizontal bars with three
lineup in the history of Exterior styling is highlighted vertical divisions, contributing 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 DifferentWheelbases.New! 7
d.can Motors, "Thomal by a bold extruded alum. to the bolder front end Spectacular Engines.
Coupe, vice president- Inum horizontal grille with t tL IIi
iomotlve: sales, said, and, new, vertically mounted dual appearance.New and larger tall lights
the first time, each line headlights, a longer hood give the American sedans,
offer a fuU range of body sculptured side panels, and hardtops and convertibles a
lea." full-height vertical tail lights
more "Important" rear ap
Ie summary there are 29 which compliment the head- pearance. Tail lights on
odeli and seven engines of. light arrangement.Full American station wagons are i
.td in the three Rambler length chrome trim of the wrap-around variety.
tft for 1965. They Include caps the crown of the side Interior changes include all- L r 1
kmerlcan- 10 models, finding and fender panels, extending new upholstery restyledseats II
two and four-door seiii from the V-shaped profile of: new blue-green lighting _
four-door station wag- the front fenders to the taillights for all instruments for better
convertibles and ,two- to silhouette the all- night vision, and a brushed
r hardtops Engines in- new side appearance. aluminum overlay on the face
dt six-cylinder 90-horse- Front and rear wheel open- of the instrument panel on .
wet L-head, 125-horsepower Ings have been reshaped and 440 and 440-H models 1
kertaad valve and 155horsewer accentuate the long-profile Engineering Changes
Torque Command. appearance. Chrome trim Disc brakes are available
JClaJiic-11 models, Includ- around the wheel openings is for the first time as a factory
|g two and four-door sedans, standard on Ambassador installed option on 196S Ambassadors Nl 4 \
lir-door station wagons, con- hardtop and convertible models and Classics equip-
irtiblei and two-door hard- ped with optional power
Ipi, Engines include* six- Interior styling Is set-off bya brakes. .

(linder 128-horsepower, 145- new instrument panel which The self-adjusting front ,
impower and 155-horsepow- features two large circular Instrument disc brakes have high resistance e tmr
1 Torque Command, 198- dials one housingthe to brake fade, and provide
rwpower V-8 and 270horsewer speedometer and the oth- reduced stopping distances .
V-". er fuel and temperature at high speeds and on '65 RAMBLER SPECACULARITotaOynewindttenaryk! engines from the all new -hpTorgneCV-5. I II Ii
Ambassador models, in- gauges, and alternator and steep downgrades. The rotat AMBASSADOR In power.New longer wheelbase. SENSIBLE! mend 232 Six optional I
ding two and four-door se- oil warning lights ing disc provides better heat Largest and Finest of the New Ramblers Greater room, easy handling, NEW! Duo NEWiTwiceaemanyAmbassadormodebfor&akts !
ni, four-door station wag- Padded wraparound In- dissipation and eliminates the ,optional NEW{Spectacular choice of 1965, including a dazzling new comcrtbde.WM .
k convertibles and two- strument panel. are standardon problem of brakes slipping or
tor hardtops. Engines InUe Ambassador 990 and 900-H grabbing in wet weather.
six-cylinder 159-horse- models as are padded upper Other mechanical improve 9
w Torque Command, 198- doors and carpeted lower. ments include a new boottypeseal
sepower V-8 and 270-horse- door scuff panels, simulated on the lower ball-joint of
,''wer V... I wood grain overlay panels, front suspensions; "double
[The '65 Ambassador; long-, and chrome-trimmed pedal lapped" rear axle gears on
and more luxurious fea- cover. All Ambassador models V-8 models and the 232 Torque
,ti ill new exterior and In-' have new molded plastic Command six for quieter
nor styling. The wheelbase steering wheels with safety operation; new clawactlon
,i been Increased tour, Inch-, recessed hubs.Changes door locks; and alternatorsand
to lit Inches. The top vol. la Classic full-flow oil filters as
'u Classic which retains' The new Intermediate Classic standard on Amedican mod-
''I Inch vheelbase,. ,also if"ne line also has been com elsA
In appearance pletely restyled with overall new "drum type" mechanism
Bales Gala length Increased three Inches is used on Ram i I II
Styling of the American, on station wagons and five bler's optional reclining seats !
'Men l recorded a sales gain Inches on other models.All which permits seven seat-
more than 40 per cent du.g ..- of the added Inches are back positions
the past model year after in the ,rear area, creating a Elimination of the 1,000 mile I
ndergoing a complete body more balance appearance and engine oil and filter changewas
hinge, has been -tastefully increasing trunk cargo space made possible by full-
-f-Hned The American wheel- br about 1V4 cubic feet for a now filter and high quality
on. of 106.inches Is wchan"W. ,- total; of over 15 cubic feet, factory fill oil
Overall length of Classic sedans Engines And Transmissions
have Increased the hardtops and the new Six-cylinder engines and I,
win length of the Ambas- convertible Is 195 Inches two manual three speed transmissions SPECTACULAR! Biggest, most powerful versions of new Torque Command Six.Two 1 d
actor* of and Classic lines, butt Inches longer than Classic are standard on with all 65 RAMBLER' CLASSIC Classics ever-new convertible, sedans, hard- V-8 options,up to 270 hp.NEWI Disc:Brakes I I''
the increase is in the station Rambler lines for 1965 1
stare :New Intcrmediaie-Size Rambler tops, wagons SENSIBLE! Increased space optional. Double-Safety Brakes separate syaoiitaucuven >
of wasteful overhang." The horizontal dual headlight strong emphasis on the high. a
front and itandard ill w wa
other lU.makes.NEWJ/ Three Urns rear, on "
cope said "A five'' Inch in- theme has been retained performance Torque Com I +
reuse In the length' of most on the Classic line, with the mand engine.
We models was designed headlight mounted t w new cir A 155-horsepower Torque
Importantly enlarge the cular-shaped anodized aluminum Command engine Is standardon
nan area." housings which blend In- Ambassador ;
"Overall length of the Am"sador to s bold new 'fine-line" extruded I 145-horsepower Torque eltom '65 : s
except station wag- aluminum grille. 'mend engine Is standard on .
models is 200 -Inches Two raised sculptured sec- Classic 660, 770 and 770-H RAMBLER SfJI'I'I: I 1 "
bout the same II'the 1961 Ions are features of the new models, and a 128-horsepower ,
rnbs"ador, part of the In- hood which is styled in a Torque Command engine) Is AMERICAN j i
pease was dictated by the fashion that gives the hood s standard on Classic 850 models I
roger wheelbase with the longer, more massive appear The Compact J :, ; y I! '
lance going into additionalladitionto ance. The horsepower Torque Economy KinK rlI
nmk space" Side panels! on the Classicare Command Is also availableas I

the wider se- sculptured full length and an option on all Classic a-_ SPECTACULAR! New .
.ctlon of models, the 1965 770 models have a full-length models, and on American te optional 6, smoothest, N T v rn.1orque Command Skes I t
amblers with automatic trans- ,
offer a broader molding with a slim black models ? most enthusiastic in any I ;eta
hula englneg Deluding paint insert. Molding on 660 missions Two optional V-8 -- compact. SENSIBLE! 1 New V-8 Choices I :'" h I I t ; E
, i nigh.performance, seven- models extends from the frontof engines rated at 198 and 270- Famous championship ; : 1'
aln bearing door horsepower sirs offered In 10 I'
"Torque Com- the car into the front economy. sparkling Torque Command-world's most advanced 5it. I
and"eix cyllndec and has, no Insert All Classic the Ambassador and Classic models NEW! Sporty '' ," "
U three 19)) boosts talk' power and economy.Three power ranges: 1 r
lines. model have a chrome mold-_ (Continued on page options.. Including automatic ?
to 232 cu. In. 7-maln-bearmg crankshaft: with 8 ,
,"Th. Torque Command I a or manual floor up ; l{
)nJJ provides en- sticks. two sizes of oe. counterweights (twice the usual gives spectacular ?
e U, *"\ nct and response exceptional in YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn dining bucket seats smoothness. Two V-8s, 287 and 327 cu. In. i ""II i1 t
driving ranges Coupe AMERICAN MOTOlla-oEOfCAno'I'O.xawNCI' F..
rivals '"
many largerperformance Auto Insurance)
a 1ft

'h''' thnete i eperating while retaining economy 2.1. .SAFE NEW LOW DRIVER RATES SAVINGS Seethe Sensible Spectaculars at your Rambler dealer!

Coupe lald aU of Rambler'
ong.llf, and safety features
'Uch a. advanced: < unit con- '

aUlI ctlon. ceramic*armored. AGENCY WOLFER MOTORS, INC. 915 S. Tamiami Trail T ,

stet t, re5ehavedbeen car
116 W. Venice
lo? OVM * the 1MJ models. ...
Lr are augmented by many Tel.phoner '

O tafeatures for ,,improved _Watch the Danny Kayethow on CBS-TV.-Wednesday Evening m .
economy and dur.
bdlly, including: alternators

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? le-The GONDOLIER, Venice Fl.'Itur.! / .., Sept. 24 1964
Looking Into The Past

I :, II .1 Tung... Oil Industry For Venice Was A Pipe Dream I


!I By W. EARL AVMANN- mental grove of 250 acres un- 1 "After the trees come- into In airplane motors. well as and India somewhat, but Venice engineers ed from the seed In the fruit. I tong oil trees in t
{! der\ cultivation at Gainesville, bearing the returns will run medicinally, bulk about $60 "There are about 1,000 are going Into that matter The residue can be used a. area, since: during worm
"Venice may become the where the tree has proven between $40 and $150 per million annually, while prac- acre available 'here for the now, and have assuredme fertilizer and it Is estimated synthetics were er"lt!
center" of the lung oil Industry very successful. The Alachi acre. At the present time tically none of it Is producedIn planting of twig oil tree Immediately that by establishing drain. would pay'. for the cost of con- that are very much >>tr
than the
was the prediction made Tung Oil Company, which la very little tong oil is produced this country. and many more age ditches around every 60- verting. growing 7 1bt
back in 1928 by the Venice owned by the William Moore in the entire United States "One can readily see what acre can be brought into con.dltlon acre tract the tab!. could be In discussing this survey recently -trees"
News. Paint and Varnish Co. of New while the demand approximates the possibilities are with sucha for planting without lowered two to four feet with George E. Young- Youngberg, now chi
Only the unswerving devotIon York has approximately 2,000 $40 million tremendous demand ahead. much trouble. From what ,I "Tun, trees com Into berg Sr, who aided StearnsIn of the board of the Fire 9u
E T of the Brotherhood of Locomotive acres under cultivation In "The consumption of castoroil The bulk of our palm, castor have seen of the tract so far, bearing within four to five making his investigations, lonal Bank, was chief till\\.
Engineers to its Alachua County which is used as a high and tung oils are imported it Stearns said, it may be necessary years. The fruit grows. in he said, "fortunately nothing neer of the BLE Realty eo-,
t, original vision of a beautiful. "The oil is used chiefly In grade lubricant, particularly present from Brazil, China to lower the watettable clusters and the oil I I. press came of the proposal to plant at that time.
ly planned residential city, the paint and varnish indu -
surrounded by self-sufflcien try and for the waterproofing
five and 10-acre dairy, en| of coatings for leather, linoleum r
I and vegetable farms, pre- etc. It his been used for -
vented the farmers of the centuries In China in the production -
Venice area from following, of special lacquers,
the popular craze of planting for waterproofing! papers, textiles '
large tracts in tung oil trees. etc., and in the manufacture the beautirUlsl.apes for 65Impala
An experiment that brought of India ink. now
grief to many growers in "The' tree thrives on acid -
southern Mississippi and Alabama out soils, similar to those ,
as well as In the pan used for citrus cultivation. A '-
handle of Florida when un- sandy top-soil with a clay r, 1 \
I aesonable cold weather killed sub-soil regarded as Ideal, "'.; '" ..
I off many trees before they provided there is sufficient ,"r"
had time to mature. drainage to prevent wate ,, i itJlwvmlet

In Its February 2, 1928 is- logging
c cue the Venice News ran a Two Varieties"In
front page story that read describing the tree,
like this: Steams said there are two
t Possibility that Venice main varieties used for oil
nay become the center of the production at the present
American tung oil and castor time; the Aleurites Ford
1 oil industry was seen in a and the Aleurites Montana
visit here this week of W. Dr. David A. Fairchild headof
Leonard Stearns, vice-presi the United States Bureauof
dert and general manager of foreign seed distribution,
the Standard Tung Oil Products who Is an authority on this
Corp. of Newark, N. J. subject, has recommended a
"Steams has been here for combination of both varietiesfor
4 nearly a week, during which this part of Florida.
time he has been making an "In many instances castor
j exhaustive survey of conditions oil trees can be Interspersed
I t affecting the growth of between the rows of twig '6y' f7lscroicl 1mpaW Spar 5slae
tung oil trees here He made trees, and I believe this method -
) soil and other tests and virtually could be used at Venice.

i, all the land in the Ven The[ trees are planted I2V It' longer, lower, wIder-wIth interior comforts that'll panel that's a conversation piece all by itself ('m the Impala
ice tract was found suitableto feet apart in rows 30 feet didn't think it bas the look of hand-rubbed walnut). In fact, just about
bare expensive car wondering why
i the growth of either tong apart, so there is plenty of !' many an
: j j or castor oil trees. room for production of other 65!! of them first. More shoulder room, more leg room up front. everything's new right down to the road. And even,that'llseem

I t In Demand-Then crops between the rows until Curved aide windows, rich new fabrics and an instrument newer because the Jet-smooth ride is smoother than ever
I : "Demand for tung oil in the the trees reach maturity, or
United States averages between about four years. At Venice
:i j.?: ;i. 15 million and 20 million for instance, some of your
gallons annually. All of test paying truck crops couldbe
i1 the oil used up to the present grown between the rows.
1 time has been imported from The only cost after the grove
I I China. Is established he pointed out,
j "The American Paint and I. for cultivating and harvestIng -

X f : Varnish Assn. has an experl- .

I : ; M N P C Personals I

". i
( Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Voss bers are from Brooklyn and<
.f ; 1" returned last week from their the two couples haven't seen Y
f I tai summer vacation in Minnesota each other for 20 years.
I r, and Jack and Mary Hort-
wig on Bayano Street are Rules
t 1 home after their visit to Wis Hunting
11tIJ consin.
4 Among the North Port Have NewLookTALLAHASSEE '6S Sups Spew Ceepe

I I Charlotte residents hospltallz
ed are Mrs. Irene Kent, Mr Sportsmen :
Harrv Stewart and Mrs. Isa- will find Florida's new tJhemle New style new ride-and plenty of V8 stuff. Here's all way its new ride skim over the choppiest roads Like Y8

bel Fox. Mrs. Velma Taylor hunting rules and regulation that nude ChttxOt America's most popular new-iized car- power thug make you think we stole some of Corvette'*
and Mr Theodore Jablonorwere have a new look and provide r that make it stuff which did. All told five engine available
discharged last week public hunting information as !I4 lllJ U U5 plus some surprise* promise to come on even we are
i I from Venice Hospital. Mr, well as hunting regulations 1 stronger. Like those cleaner bolder lines. Like the silky from a quieter six to a V8 that come on 300 bone strong.

r'' Harry Trautvetter underwent The new regulations are
surgery earlier this week at available at the offices of all
the Sarasota hospital.Mr. county 'Judges and their authorized
and Mrs. Albert Coll license agents.
of Pontiac Lane went to Dallas According to A. D. Aldrich,
Texas for the national director Game and Fresh
American Legion convention. Water Fish Commission, the a S
I Mr Coil was a delegate. new hunting regulations were
I Mr and Mrs. Lee Gamlin adapted from the Florida
of Warren, Ohio expect to be Wildlife Magazine and Include '< a
here this month and will color illustrations of
I make their permanent residence the more popular game birds
at their home 248 South and animals.
Biscayne Blvd. The Gamlins The new 18-page publication -
were among the passengers provides general statewide -
on the first Jim Gardner Bus regulations for both native -
trip to Port Charlotte from and migratory game and
I I Youngstown, Ohio. They are Information and location of -
i anxious to get here and renew the 30 wildlife management tjjj -f'
acquaintances and enjoy areas; Information on special .
It.l the sunshine, play golf go hunts plus detailed maps and j y '
bowling; and learn boating regulations of the five Floe
t and fishing Ida conservation districts is 'tf duty I!Nam 4-Dtor Sedan
1 jl Albert and Mary Knight of designed for easy referenceby
I West Sydney Avenue are vacationing sportsmen. Trapping ses
l in Cambridge Ohio. ions and regulations are also
I I T 1 They will celebrate their Included in the new publication fJ1'e"tJf MM It m7 very well be the expensive-e looking thrift ear including a new 300-bp VS. If yon go by all the fine new

U Golden Wedding Anniversary CP '2 Jou'" laid eye on. But thrifty it is. The big difference features you could get the Idea that Mtlng'you money w..
while visiting their former Aldrich reminded hunters ** '* !. *" that IVt marvelous mechanical about the last had And
I being Ouny efficiency now thing we fat mind. Id a way it war
4 I North home. Port They soon plan to return to new that they 1964-85 may hunting now obtain license the at ,..gtaygil t.ItII wears I debonair new look.And offers new range of engines Bight up until we pasted on the price sticker. ,

I A hearty welcome to our offices of all County Judges :: .A;
'1\\ new neighbors In North Port: and license agents. Regulations :r' ,_
Ruth Payne of 351 Los Rios require a hunting licenseto "
St; Paul Hanschke at 398 : take any type of game or 'I.I I,
Grob 'urbearlng animal at anytime '
St,1} Paul Temple of
,' .
I I' 118 Jeff err Ave: Thomas J. : of the year. ,." '.
Birner of 284 Grobe License fees are: Resident :
; St.f; John ;:
t F. Morgan of 212 Deminff State $750: Resident County
1200 Resident Other Than
Ave ; Laurence Deane of 112 ;
F I'I'W.. S. Highway Drive, and Home County $4.50; NonResident
Howard Mathews of 351 Chi. Annual $28,50; Non-Res-
coca St. (dent 10-day $11,50; Residentand
; Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Non-Resident for huntingon
Metz on Malaluka Road are licensed hunting preserves
entertaining as their house. only $5.50.
I quests their daughter and son-
1 t'I in-law, Mr, and Mrs. John No salt water fishing 11- I
( Ruthen and two grandchildren tense is required for sport
Janet and Johnny, from fishing, but boats used for
Sorin-rdale, Cincinnati!, Ohio alt water commercial fishing -
::41. Whi'e here they have enjoyedthe must have a license, says
fun of fishing, swimming, the State Board of Conservation. -
u I picnics and esoeclally the .
boat rides with neighbors Cup.rit
along the waterway, Mr and '
; Mrs. Emmet Welst, Mr. and 63 FALCON '*this for sport with an international flair? The longer, look there's up to 180 bp available in the... c.r.i.....*

Mrs. Harry Mama and Mr. wider design give all dosed model a hardtop root accented op to 140 hp In the Moses and 500 .ee-. .Also a flatter '
and Mrs. Joe Fox. FUTURA 4 DOOR fJa ae lMi by ,I frameJes curved aide windows It also allow more riding Independent suspension system bigger self-adjusting

r of Mr.Grobe and Street Mrs. C.returned P. Fentoa recently 6 Cy!., AT, R&H WSW, l boulder and entrance, room. And to go with the racier brakes, more responsive steering and a.wider, road iHf""*'

I from a two month vacation Green with Matching Interior
'. I in Pennsylvania. While
I! : I ; in the north they also visited $1595. .
the International Exposition
:>!"I 1, in Toronto. ESTIL'SFINE Sec S beautiful shapes for'GS-Ctievrolct; Cliccclfe, Piety! Corm'" & Cort elle-at. ,

Charles and Agnes Albers
I .' are visiting their cousins, Mr. t MM83 -.
and Mrs. Paul Albers on Eaet ,
} Hyde Park Avenue. The M-


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The GONDOLIER, _Venice, Tie, Tnurf; Sept SI, 19PUT7 I d da
Votes Sampling

Scheduled The Survey Research Here Cen # iR A1 1'j

ter (SRC) of The Universityof ?
Michigan's Institute for Social -w '
xwwa Research again this fall HOME PARK !
will study the political attitudes MOBILE
and voting behavior of
the American public duringa CansTRUCT/Q1J
sampling which will\ include HOW WIDER

South Sarasota County. lr
A sample of 2,000 adults READY FOR OCCUPANCY
elected at random from the

nation's terviewed population In a schedule will which be In- ra DFC. I IST P64 4 4I

will continue until the day
before the Nov election
The 1964 election study Is
the eighth In a series Initiatedby
SRC social scientists in
1948. Subsequent studies were a
conducted for every presidential
and congressional
election since then, mint; similar
national samples. The re I
suits of these studies have
been published in "The Voter I'' .
Decides" "Group Differences
In Attitudes and Votes," "The : 'f ,
American Voter" and numerous :
', i
articles in magazinesand '

,journals tIn
This year's analysis will ex i j
l iY plore factors which Influence
h decisions of the electorate l !
.. The SRC staff Is particularly I I 1 i in.A
- - ---
----REHEARSAL TIME Is several months away, but enclosure of the elephant stalls and expanded seating Interested In the attitudes R

CIRCUS are a year-round Job. This season's Improvements cilities In the gigantic rehearsal hall. The view above fa-I of the public on major
I perparatlons of the Greatest the elephant building (left) and the new practice political Issues. The study Is .... ..,_
winter . "
at the Venice Airport quarters financed by a $165000 grant Ei, :sa::! '''''"' ''" 0.
Show on Earth Include a new animal training arena. Foundation. .
from the Carnegie when completed. Taking part L
NEW MOBILEHOME PARK First were, from I
Cub Pack 122 The interviews will be taken units of the Venice area's newest mobile- the groundbreaking ceremony State Sen. Warren S.

N P C' Club NotesBy by professional interviewers home park, Country Club Estates, are expected left, Richard Mr Turner Davis Walter Hardm, Her
I Begins MeetingsBoys employed by the Survey Research to be completed and ready for oc for Henderson Turner, S. C. Cutler Jr, Council President
Center who will\ present cupancy by Dec. 1. Ground was broken Raymond Police Chief
MARGUERITE PETERSONThe and from the Uni week with developersof E S (Bill)
In the Nokomis credentials the new facility last Councilwoman Blanche J. .
wish to become mobilehome park, city and state John Shockey ,
Laurel areas who varsity the new and
Thursdayat R. Hogan pro-
Club will meet Councilman
fall meeting of the racks. Moore of Sara- the ceremony. The 75- Celli,
first covered dish members of Cub Scout Mrs James officials on hand for Lindh. t
Firemen's Auxiliary will meet --o. 8 p.m before, for a the regular Pack 122 are requested to be Iota and Mrs Louis Bright of acre million-dollar park near the Venice ject engineer r ,
tonight at 7:30 at the Com The third class in mask. dinner monthly meeting at 730.: All present with their parents at Bradenton will conduct the interviews Shopping Center will accommodate 508 rno-
Center. making started Monday at first fall "round in this area.
munity from the the groups
- the home of the Instructor residents formerly Wednesday at 1:30: p.mat .
Pittsburgh! area are Invited to up" : I
director Mrs Vernone Tracev of 109 Methodist \ Offshore Reefs I
Mr John Boyle, attend The club dance is Venice-Nokomis Smoker Soys Name
Ave. This Is a Snoopers
Civic Park
of entertainment for the W Hyde scheduled for Oct. 17 at 1:30: Church fellowship hall.
Association announced plansfor class for adults Interested in at the Center The meeting will be over
Hallowe'en costume learning the art of making . Cubmaster Bob LD 900 has records of
a by 8:15 p m club president, said all of the Foundation
party and dance at 7:30: p.m., masks. Mallet' said New members I Four underwater reefs Just reefs have an overabundance barracuda poisoning only in
following daytime picnic and Adults already enrolled are must already be eight yearsof offshore at Venice have been of fish In and around them areas with coral reefs.
Mrs. A LOVELY BUNCH the Venice
on Miss Gladys Schofield, given names by end divers in-
games for all age groups age. And he reported that, at Fishermen
Saturday Oct 31. Lillian Downs, Mrs. Paul Pal-. MIAMI BEACH (AP-As) a Parents of members should Grouper Snooper Scuba Diving times, the divers declared terested in the specific loca-.
The picnic will start at noon meter and Mrs Jean Ahearn I promotional gimmick, the also accompany their sons to Club. developed vertigo when tlon of the reefs should contact
with an afternoon of real fun- Those attending the firsthildren's Florida Development Commission their first meeting. Current Named according to the predominance they suddenly swimming Into one of the club membersfor ,
Phillis\ of particular
time for the youngsters who : class were Is 34. a of fish. specific i directions. Besides
membership numbers
will be given prizes for the Free Loretta Owen, Brenda malls cocpnuts to I species of fish, the reefs offshore are. large"An Interesting fact," said Dr Williamson the
best costumes. and Debbie Haselbv travel! and sports editors Even youngsters know better Grouper Reef 500 yards Dr. Williamson, "is that barracuda members Include Mrs. Wit
A bus trip to WeeklwacheeSonnis Mrs Tracev taught art for throughout the United States but countless adults 20 foot depth; Snapper are found only on the llamson. John Retty, Dick;
is being planned for many" years in the schools of Reef, 500 yards offshore, other location Stoner Dickens, Rnblr
the shooting in Barry
Each label, pasted on break the law by Reef, one one reef and no
Monday, Nov. 16, and will Detroit, Mich., and is famous wildlife foot depth; Jewfish to date" Johnson, Carter Roth, Dick I
and area
refuges in
on 25
tells postal Inspectors signs offshore
lease from the ShoppingCenter for her punnets and performances areas. To deface and one-hilt miles He said club members have Sauerwine, Dick Towsley ,
'This coconut may be opened management foot depth; and Barracuda Weeks Sari : 1
as before Al interested on TVo suchsigns the barracuda Bill Walton Don
or change been eating
remove offshore,
h47h9 miles
In the trio must make reserxatlons for postal inspection if the In manner is a violation 3 I Reef 12 "with delight" and that the and Georgia Williamson Roger

with Mr. Boyle, 4281522 Members Club met of at the the Jim Community Gardner -- postmaster is thirsty or hun of unv Florida's wildlife It takes only one b etrefaU foot Dr depth Douglas Williamson, International Oceanographic Dickens and Joedv Kllmas

-"-. Center for their covered .Iry." code.

Members of the North Port dish-c dinner prior to'the regular ,

Charlotte Kitchen Band meet business meeting last I .
each Tuesday morning at 9:30 Thursday evening t
In the Community Center for Mr Charles Haas luperln Today is '65 Pontiac Day "
rehearsal The band has several tendent of the Port Charlotte
which In- Post Office was guest sneaker Wide-Tracks ,
engagements Quick
r' i the Kanaae-Miecourtt and reported on the Hear 1965 he ear of the \

r t 0-t 7 at 8:30 p.m: the Fund :
cart of the program Port Woman's Club' The social
and the was under the directionof
0-t 8 at 1::30 p.m.
VBC Remiblican Club onO Mrs Ruth Welsh and Mrs.

-t. ]14 at 7:30: p.m. Any clubor Cecelia Bullard
organization wishing to The next meeting will be on
engage the band may call Thursday, Oct 8 at the Com
Phone 425. munity Center
MRita Boyle _o_ I
of 157 Merril St "
- z a"r" i ss li".r
World War T.VctcraM. Bar. had the thrill of catching a e aw rww a

rack, 1743 will elect, officersfor 25-pound snook last week r
at the dam on
next while fishing
the coming year
Thursday, October 1, at 2 p. the north side of U. S. 41 in
North Port Charlotte Carl A. ,
the Community Center
m. at ..Pt
test line 1 r
Commander Frank Rod wos using a 12 pound
man announced the start of and a plug. His catch is bc-
a membership drive and wel lived to be the largest snook
comes all WWI Veterans in caught in this area. The prize
catch is on display in the
this and surrounding areas
SevenElevenStore. .
Those of you needing new freezer at
flags for Armistice Day remember .
they can be purchased -0- .1
through the local Bar- The Greater pittsburgh ,J. ,

Pontiac offering a new Turbo HydraMalicthe I !' I
do mean by "quick"?Just this: A new-all-over Pontiac : i ipow.r
What we
touched toe to eager new Trophy V-8 J I .1
STIRLING SERVICE"Auto silkiest, swiftest-shifting automatic transmission you ever a ; that's become evenmore : i
Pontiac Tempest
surer-footed Wide-Track ride.And a new '
new steering agility,;;
Safety Specialist"Front and Pontiac-quick reflexes to match. You never knew cars
of a Pontiac with new style, new length I
touch. This Is your year to drive a Wide-Track-quick .
alert to
could be so beautiful, and so keenly your ,

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End Alignment & Repair '

I I ii'
Balancing But this Pontiac has no IJ'
Wheel Beautifully, lust beautifully
for 1965
On-the-Car outdo Itself '
How does the success car could. So there's new quickness. Pontiac style. 7 1'1
DO Pontiac. Intention of getting by on looks alone, though ride. Drive I '65 Pontiac and see how one :; !. i
Head Light Adjustment new nimblenes New fuel savings. A smooth/ easy new I, I'

success leads to another. I
.. t'"
Brake Service :" i \r

Tune-up & Carburetor LMr" ly i I

Muffler & Exhaust ;; ii I >Y

System Service '

Complete Lubrication : : i


Minor Welding Arc & Gal .. J/ and what more could a car be than that The '65 Tempest I II t ; t
of Pontiac now
', even more a Goes like a Pontiac too: I i
Pontiac T@nlamks ,... Rides |like, a Pontiac on Wide-Track.
OO Pontiac as can
like. you keep the j
285 You'U wonder how we can
General Repairs 40-hp six la standard. Or you can get a quick V-8, up to hp. . it

price to low on so much cac. '

(U tut MtW IONNCVHU iota Dept
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I Ml' S. Trail Next to Venice Mewen PONTIAC SERVICE, INC. i

Ph. 488-2103 240 N. W slaiJI.gton'' Blvd. Sorasoja Flo. I

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GONDOLIER VenTee. Hi. ,",urs., Sept.' 24, I96 '

I 65 Dodge Enters Prestige I

Coronet .t

I Car Class For First Time


Added To Dodge Line Dodge will Introduce two based material extending between the front and reI!'
sides and wheel openings An
1963 cars In the mediumpricefield the length of the options
: a newly-etyled and cross the tatl,ate. white or black vinyl root la

Dodge will enter the 1963 sides of the front fenders and roomier Custom 880 end a 14 Colors Avai obi available
model ;year with a new-sized a flat hood. pedal, luxury sports model Fourteen solid colors and IB The standard Monaco Jgj.
Coronet line added to its product The broad rear deck slopes called the Monaco. two-tone combinations are cubic-Inch engine deveioM
line-up between its compact very gradually, and then The elegant, top-of-the-line available !In buffable enamel. 319 horsepower, and the op.
and regular-sized cars. turns downward at a 90-de- Monaco, available Only as s The Interior upholstery and lions are the same 413-cublo. h
will be trim schemes are either all- Inch and 426-cublo-lnch Y4'i
two-door hardtop
The 117 inch wheelbase gree angle to form the deck
.'. first in the, vinyl or cloth-and-vtayl com offered for the Custom 894
Coronet, significantly larger face. Placed high at the ends DocI. entry
than competitive nameplatesin of the deck face are the verticallyetyled special prestige car class.A binations. sedan hasa
its class, provides sufficient single tall new body style In the The six-window line.New
passenger compartmentspace ;: : assemblies V- 1 Custom 880() line will be a di.- full-width front seat back. Monaco\
Other models have Individual :
Unctlve sedan with six aide '
to accommodate six
Large Cargo Space
front seat backs with a pull
I adults comfortably.The The four six-passenger and windowi. How Do A'Cf
17 models divided The Custom 880 and the down arm rest In the center. I
are one nine-passenger station
Monaco, both built on a 121- Besides the standard two-
I between the Coronet, Coronet wagon models, with! 90 cubic Inch-wheelbase, will have barrel, 38Xublc-lnch V-8, It?
t 440 and sporty Coronet 500 feet of cargo space, have the their first public showings on which develops 270 horsepower -
i series with! a range of seven same new styling details ss Unexpected problems
Friday, Sept 25, at the na- there are several four- acme.
engines from a 229-cublc-inch the sedans.Fifteen yI1t5 tion'i Dodge dealerships The barrel carburetor options for times turn up when a Dame
six-cylinder to a 426-cubic- exterior colors are Dart, Coronet and Polara the Custom 880, Including a Is given to a new car.
inch V-8, Including an economical offered in a new acrylic I lines also will be presented 383-cublc-lnch V-8, rated at Take the Dodge Monaco, for r
lightweight V-8. enamel paint, which can be at the same time. 315 horsepower; a 413-cublc- example. When Dodge engl.
At Dealerships On Sept. 25 buffed back to its original < Models In 889 Line Inch V-8, rated at 340 horsepower peen decided that the top-of. 0i 0
The new Dodge line, along pine.: @v@n_-_ After____ _Innff-tfmA____ _n_ *_*__ The six newly-styled mod and the 420-cublc-Inch the-line car in 1963 would can i
wiu the compact Dart and< poaure. els of the Custom 880 line are V-8. rated at 38J horsepower. ry the Monaco nameplate
I conventional-sized Polara and A variety of vinyls and ny the six-window, four-door sedan Improvements engineered they did not anticipate one
I I tli Custom 880(), will be introduced Ions are used for upholstery : two-door and four-door Into the body and chassis promote minor problem Its pronua.\
to the public at Dodge materials In a color selection hardtops; a convertible; and a softer and quieter elation. ,
dealerships across the count of blue, tan, turquoise, red, two four-door station wagons ride, better steering action Taken from the Independent r
try on Friday; Sept. 25. black, and white with gold. -one for six passengers; the and protection against body principality( in Southern
.. The previously unfilled slot Interiors of the deluxe other, with a rearward,facing erosion on the Custom 880() France, the name evoke
In Dodge's product line-up Coronet 500 are furnished third seat, for nine passeng line as well as the new Mon- some* controversy as to III II
I which the Coronet will occupy with front bucket seats a whether the accent should :Mon I,
ers.Four aco.The
is currently the fastest- center console with built-in engines are available Monaco has four Individual the first or the second syl( u
\ growing segment of the storage compartment and for the Custon 880 ranging bucket seats separated Sable
i American automobile market simulated rear bucket seats. from the standard 383-cubIc- by a full-length center console Which Is correct? Either
"There is a definite trend, For the Coronet 440 and inch V-8 to a 426-cubic-lnch which accommodates a way is acceptable, but the ascent
t' in both Individual and fleet Coronet 500 two-door hardtops V-8. The standard Monaco tachometer gear shift mountIng on the first syllable ii
f'f't' purchases to a lover-price, an optional leather- power plant is a four-barrel cigarette lighter, ashtray preferred, says Webster p
1 i family-size car like the Coronet -grained vinyl roof covering r- version of the 383-cubic-inch and stowage compart
offering more car than In black or white has been 4..s .eW+it+lpsls. AM1w V-8, and two larger enginesare ment. Hardtop'Sandwich'Dodge
the compacts and yet more compounded for greater offered as options. Thick molded carpeting engineers have designed
I conomical than the conven- weatherability The white f asx "Dodge In 1965 will be rep. coven the floors and the low- "sandwich" n
a for
tional-sized cars," Byron J. vinyl has a hard,surface'inlsh resented In the medium-price er portions of the door panel 1969 Coronet vlnyl-covertl tin
Nichols Dodge general man to resist soiling + field with better-styled and ,. The elegant Interiors also hardtop. The backing consists ,.DCh h
said.w better-performing cars than feature vinyl-and-natural-
:, ager_ The convertible in the
of two layers of fabric
ever before, Byron J. Nichols with
believe U'.e iffoj series colored wicker and vlnyl-and-
vorv- same two !have
a new' a sheeting of rubber between.'Creepe .
"I V': lit is an ideal familysizear. type of dust boot made of expanded said.Dodge general manager, cloth trim and upholstery

h It : It is convenient for su- vinyl that can be fast BIG DODGES FOR 1965-Here it j "The luxurious combinations. Reduced
urban driving and at the ened with less effort becauseof Dodge'.Une-up of 121-inch wheelbase cars for 1965. Custom 880 The selection of Monaco ex- Is
time At top is the larger, all-new Dodge Polara. Pictured the two-door hardtop, of six line presents a complete se-
tame highly suitable for the material's "stretch" one terior colors Includes 16 buff- Torque, converters In the
I :ross-country trips. characteristics luxurious models in the Poises line. In the center photo is the elegant new Custom 880 lection of body styles, including able enamels with 19 two-tone 1965 Dodge Coronet automata
I The Coronet fOI '-door sedan, featuring six aide windows Below is the Monaco the biggest station wagons
measures 204 Use of easily-cleaned perforated Dodge's new prestige Dodge has combinations. Tour colors are transmission have been modi-
rt,. nches in over-all length 73 vinyl headlining In sports model for '65. Dodge dealers will display the new car on September 25. the new Monaco ever is offered. And exclusive on the Monaco. A fled to reduce the tendency
.it nches in width and 56 inches the Coronet line lowers the prestige car a sophisticated bright wide molding extends of the car to "creep" when n
n height sound level combining along the bottom of the body the engine Is Idling.
the passenger Z73-Cuble-JDth V.. Offered luxury,
; A wide and massive apxarance horsepower, also is available, one for six-cylinder and small performance and
has been given compartment The The standard power plantsfor along with 365- and 425-horse- V-8 engines and the second comfort.
he new line in the styling to seat vinyl has been upgraded the Coronet line are a 225- power versions of a 426-cubic- for the larger V-8'.. A tour The new Custom 880, although WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. 2
i by Improving its seam cubic Inch, 143 horsepower, inch V-8. 2U inches shorter
speed manual transmission
reatroent is I
of the entire front I RAMBLER DODGE
strength using more backing six-cylinder engine with im over-all than Its 1964 -
I and rear ends. The four corn- material in The dual, four-barrel carburetor also offered. counter M5 S. TamFaml Trail 488.3965-488.616C
; major wear areas3nd ,proved performance In the part, appears more massive
of the 425-horsepower V-8,
!rs car have been The automatic transmission n
Increasing its resistance !passing range, and a lightweight with 12.5 to 1 compression and actually has more front SPECIALIST 04. . I
squared off control lever
to Is mounted
,states are finished in a sat- on and
rear seat
she visual advantage of the to cold cracking.Instrument 273-cubic-lnch 180- ratio, is called the "Hemi- the steering column In all more front and headroom. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake S
f "'1- oil width, height! and length panel face horsepower V-8. Charger," and was developed models except those in the and more rear entrance seat legroom Repel Lubricate Chassis
f the body. for which regular especially for use In sanction Coronet Front End .
slates are finished In a sat- 500 series An illuminated exit space than its predecessor Alignment Oil Change
grade fuels
,'. Front end styling features in-silver gloss, and the panel are the 318-cublc.lnch are recommended ,ed,, nts competitive stock cart quadrant shows the models A new, flatter Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Seem" }
full-width grille surround- tops are painted In a glare- end 361-cublc-inch gear positions. In the deluxe roof design contributes to the Wheel Balancing fleefrieal Repair
dy ng the dual headlights, a educing, dark-colored suede developing 230 and 265 engines, Besides the standard three- Coronet 500 models, the leveris added headroom. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand
1 eep wraparound bumper, finish, which also eliminates horsepower peed manual transmission, mounted In the center console The Custom 880 station Radio Repairs and Transmission Repair
,arrow ridges respectively. A 383- ,two TorqueFlite automatic Ft
along the top windshield reflection cubic-inch which is standard !in wagons have a new wood-like
t -8, rated at 330 transmissions Jrconditioninq Repair and Installation
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I "' n Sprint package with V-8 (Continue from page 1S) eludes two-door sedans, four 'I 'I

'ftDS' lions The 200-cublc-lnch, six- engine and bucket seats Is 'series Power plants for the door sedans, four-door station 'II \

l1r : cylinder engine rated at 120 available for the Future American line include a 90-1 wagons two-door hardtops I

horsepower has been redesigned hardtop and convertible.A horsepower trhead engine and the all-new 990 convertible '
with a new sevenmaInbearing 38-ampere alternator of eight mod-
*LCL1D -- ------ new standard on 220 and S30 mod for a
crankshaft to provides a battery chargeat
125-horsepower ell.
els a
: Hoasoc For Salt Misc. For Sale Money To Loan Hot provide with ultra-smooth greaer durability.A opera-. all idle.engine speeds, including overhead ard on 440 valve and 440 engine.H models stand-, model.The Classic with two-door line includes sedans 11

I 289-cubio Inch V8new. Improved steering response four-door sedans, and four. :
220 and 330
11 BEDROOMS 2 Bath air. FUEL OIL TANKS, stands BUSINESS OR PROPERTY ly available on Falcons for on both six and eight I optional on door stations in both the 530

BETES I Conditioned C.B. House In Fuel oil deliveries. S&H Loans. Unlimited funds IMS-offers 200 horsepower, cylinders is due to an overall Transmission. options Include and 870 series, a four-door I

Thursday Venice Gardens. Phone 488. Green Stamps Standard available Personal appointment : an Increase of 36 horsepowerover steering ratio of 22 to 1 overdrive and Flash-O- sedan, four-door station wagon

Rates both 5718 week days and before 6 Heating Service. Across from arranged. 8. M., Box the 260 C.I.D. V-8 offered Instead of 27 to 1. automatic on all models two-door hardtop and a I J
'r'nd Mondll'l Edition am. Weekends and after I. fire station, 408.4052.Fomcdo 748. linkage revisions Matic :
488-1770, last year. -Steering plus Twin-Stick and Shift- convertible in the 770 series I

51.50 A three-speed Cruise-O I provide more stable manualand Command floor mounted and a 770-H() two-door hardtop. ,

t nd,. l .r.riittkMl. Bnborbin' .. pa.. .,. HelpWanted Legal KI atlc transmission is" available power steering in care transmissions on models Ten models are offered in I :
VrnlM. I Heir. 'n-.rrl.h.i' n. -" .
with V-8 engines. with two-
((12 word minimum) LOU JACOBS. ..II!' IN TeSS couroy aunosne e'0un7IN in 1965 with all engines. equipped with sum DucKetseats the American line ;
Words each 60 AND COC SARASOTA COUNTY. Its three forward gear ratios -Now 18-gallon: fuel tanks and console. door sedans, four-door sedans

additional 2 BEDROOM, CB Home WHITE. Housework, 2 days a IN STATE HE OF FitaM FLORIDA.' ofJAHK.8 IN PROBATE provide Increased acceleration are provided for all sedans, Models And ColorsA and four-door station wagons I' I I

-- $475.00 down. assume mort. week. Permanent. Transportation DUN AR CAns and pulling power, withan hardtop. and convertibles. All total of 29 models are of- la the 220 and 330 series, a 'I
rates, both Thursday gage Call 4883597 after 6 Damml Cw. No, Till have 20-gallon four-door sedan, two-door j
CASH necessary Call 488. NOTHK TO CRFDITORS additional bonus of superior station wagons fered In the threa Rambler ,
and Monday pm. 1336. TO ALL PERSON AND CREDITORS fuel economy, especially tanks. lines for 1965 with the addition hardtop and a two-door convertible ;

$1.40 HAVING KSTATElnotltlad CLAIMS AGAINST SAID In stop-and-go city driving A Larger, aluminized mufflers of convertibles to the in the 440 series, and
Rentals Wanted and<< nqnlrad to prwftt .*, 440-H two-door hardtop I
Help mitt,,,. and damandt which rou. orllhtr three-speed manual transmission reduce power loss and Ambassador and Classic lines a I
word minimum\ ., at you, m.r h.v. .... emS UK.UU Is standard on all models decrease exhaust noise. and new 880 models in the New "Lustre-Card" acrylic I I.
(112 FURNISHED 3 Rooms, bath.Yearly WANTED time DUNBAB CABS, hardness
: Part I of JAMBS and a fully-synchronized, Ambassador lineup.In enamels of superior I
,iteMM feu of Mid Count, to the -New limited slip-differ- I ,
rate, $G5. Menendez Cleaning experience neces Honorable\ CountyJudia manual floor. offered 25 will be used on all lines for
An.c.p In .1 lu.t." I John T Gntiim four-speed, entlals, in selected ratios, are 1984 Rambler !
hi A.1t, II s abut. 0' U ..ontaIInf Apts. 517 Menendez. Phone sary. Phone 488.3044. I of Snraiota Count/, Florida, athit shift is available with the 289 models. 1965 with 14 solid colors and ;
en .0 emil offle* ,In tho eourt houM of Mid available with all powerteamcombinations.
lor ..., 'ii.tIi.ttmu tII..lteP.I 488-3012. CHURCH ORGANIST wanted Siruota; ;; Oonntr.; Florida' within ill V-. engine. The Ambassador lineup In- 44 two tone combinations j I
.. lor..b "" 0' Ii .eta 5.hi "" ..d., .month from th.lutae0 Ou available, plus eight specialtwotones I
_'"...ahunt,f tha GtttII, p 0.Ii I ATTRACTIVELY Furnished for Sunday morning serviceat chit publication of thll notle.. Rub StylingRecognizing I for top-line models. \ I .
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oil.ombor I'CPnto' 1I1l1edo.* duplex. Block from schools 11:00: am., and choir rehearsals miii I In duplkoU or d ,m.nd and ..h.nb.h ll In writln. pl>otof that CU8tome1'8want II FAIRLANE I Options }! ,;

-- and stores Open beam cell. during week. Please mldone. .nd pout offlr* mAt.. more luxury even In Adjust-O-Tlit steer'ing '\
DISPLAY Cove lighting. Distinctive call 426.1309. of the ol.lmlnt, unit bo raompinlod Divisionhas (Continued from page 11)) slon. Optional J
,.. ., cars, Ford .
by a flllni of Cia Diii and of the 1963 : wheels are again being offered I
L Inch: ,$3.0Clneh350 design 1 bedroom aide, $75 M..t'.,'.. ConU (IS1.Tot .bloh n.r given careful attention to for 1965 is a new, more powerful Other features I
p.r and Ambassador
Edition FULL OR PART.TIME dance bmu.MmtWth..nomntml tho tain, Fairlane Include: on Classic
monthly 2 bedroom side S85 200. I
I ; .. interior equipment
Editions, per teachers needed. Training tail ohill bo nrorn to br ibm elolm. exterior and appearances low tires featuring models and are available I
oth monthly. Good soft water. For ant teatS, or bin aiiememp. .4n of the 1063 Falcon.In cubic-inch, six-cylinder en -New profile .
I.h' wtihout .
call Sarasota available. Apply 1233 Gulf. 'I on doud itt is SlimS greater directional either with or
Iny5flCI appointment .h.1I lot YOlo!. addition the new grille gine. This 120-horsepower() engine
payable to and
adi stream Ave., Sarasota. traction
Ii.II ii| el.! ified 924-9952 after 5pm. O. WTLLTS cAss provides approximately stability, better power ....bliih.d At Adnlnlitrotor. ..1.., of the styling that enhances the forward longer life. Other options Include side-
LARGE ROOM, private entrance ii- ESTATE OFFICE I.... Will .nd Tntnnwnt of thrust of the hood, all 20 per cent more power than -A revised brake linkage hinged tailgate door and third
ccounts. and both. Center wants licensed Real Estate riMFMfd.. Falcon models have newly the standard engine which reduces manual braking seat for most Ambassador

town. Call 488-4774 days. After. Salesman. Reply REB, P. 0 A. BrmdfoH. Smith.ATODUO. styled round tol11':(ht I v:Ji,: 'cst. year A remarkable effort up to 10 per cent and Classic station wagon
sin achieved
or W.t smoothness has been -
CANCELLATION I, 488.2537. Box 746. Omit., Florldi. bright "croi: h-ir": orn* -Manual steering effort reduced models; a wide selection of
ADJUSTMENT Attornqtl for iNs Slot. and tasteful bcdy with this engine by using from
ments new for ranging
in to 10 cent reclining seats
MAN OVER 24, per
uwH for cancellation . ; 1 & 2 furnished.BEDROOM Walking houses nicely distance Charlotte County vacancy or Venicefor Bn4 IT, 55. Oct 5. 5. 1M4FLORIDA bright-work. seven the main crankshaft bearings Instead to suP-of static parking and by 20 per full-cushion, split-back to. >

adjustment because of error to beach. Utilities In. Rawlelgh dealer. Full IN THtt (cOUNTY JIJD'.II'a' : COURT Futura moc*:!* feat'no a the port four normally used. This cent on cornering. bucket seats: AM/FM transistorized "
st be mad. for Thursday cluded. Fishing and boating time preferred. Will consider IN ANI 'flR 8ARAROTA. IN PROBATE rOUNTY: new full-length .pear moldIng engine will be available witha I Illuminated heater controls radios for Classics

GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 i p.miMonday. seasonal. 4885127. ambitious part-timer. Many IV nFt K.8TATB OF with a color-keyed enamel fully synchromesh, three- for easier night-time op and Ambassadors and "Duo-
Yearly or
For Monday GONDOLIER now earning $3 per hour and STEWART B. 8RANAK eccent and a red-and-blue-ac- transmission, eration.A Coustic" and "VibraTone"rear
5 0"Ihurid.y. I ad,. Unfymtahtd. ".b....... r...'..* up, See G. A. Roberts, 1221 9kmemm.d.NOTICE l TO Prohil.CREDITORS Kll. Ko. TT9J cented Futura emblem located speed manual time with more convenient hood seat speaker systems for
BEFORE first a
for the
p.m. Von..., S ac,. anforntabMl.. l 14th St.. Sarasota or write TO All. CREDITORS> AND PFHSONS on the front fender. This and release mechanism with a I sedan and hardtop models;
JACOBS. 4SB IBH I dual-range
omit HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS: Falrlane s x,
Rawleich, FA I 563 1170, AGAINST/ SAID ESTATE, emblem is replaced by a unique Crulse-0-Matlc transmission one-hand operation. vertical bumper guards for
PHONE FURNISHED APARTMENTSreasonable. Memphis. TennSituations. You an.herobr: nutld.d .nd whlrh romilroito Sprint V-8 nameplate on variations -An alternator replacingthe oil lines and power operated
fllo n oUlm or d n nd >ou For 1983, three
Walk to beach mft, h ll-'o'.,;tat ih.E.5.t.atSi.m.uvtCmm.n the Falcon Sprint option. .cubic-inch engine] generator to provide bet convertible tops for Ameri
of the 289
488-3125 and shopping. Call 488-3447 Wanted Dwemm5i.t.oCS.p.- The operated top
nnU Coitntv Florlilo In th. offloo ofHon. Falcons now have four Interior offer a wide range of per., ter all-round current genera cans. power
Evenings 4742500.Wanted JOfli T. GRAHAM. BiriuouE color selections with The tion and a battery charge at is standard on Ambassador

Sale WOULD LIKE Bookkeepingto rmumty IOuit. .t Jd 8..........n.., the Florlde'oun', ..lthi, Court. 01., all-vinyl door trim panels, optional-base formance or V-8 economy.for this year engine._ Idle. and Classic convertibles.
Lots For 1 To Rent do at home. Well exper .Iond.. mambo hat the data of &b. patterned cloth and crinkle- 289-cublc-lnch with two- _lU' l et.mniamw. .u 5 b uu..3 a lS a.., wllk......
is the
at tlllo 101.\1.
LOTS I ienced. Phone 428-1294. suit, or d..n>nd trout tw In vinyl seats all color-keyed to barrel carburetor rated at 200 a greater fluid capacity, requiring '
VRNICK RB8ir rNr 1 BEDROOM Apartment or wrltlnc, tnct In duplleiUI lh.ll ', less attention.A 62 FALCON
selected exterior colors. Fu
VENICE BUSINESS BITES furnished. By TYPING DONE. Own trans. thi pi... of ...Id.... and port .. horsepower. Three transmas- I
house .
CAMEL WU JACOBS Mi-tUI small portation. Write P. O. Box odd.... oth.. Claimant I uhlll bo tura sedan models have additional lions are offered with this new sound package
middle-aged couple. By Oct. ....'", to br th. Claimant, hi. .>.tt.r trim selections over which significantly reduces
751. Venice Fla. ...., fhall toby accompanied, engine including the three-
hli \"' $1195.ESTIL'S
Wanted To Buy ( for 3 months or longer. > II.Ti Mint I.*., ii daiwa.,I, the standard Falcon models, speed manual overdrive and the entry of road or engine .
Write S. S., Box 746, Venice. WANTED DRAGLINE work: lalm' or dmiand not w fIlmS. thall lot with all-vinyl upholstery CruIse-O-Matic. noise into the passenger: corn-
void. Th. Mint C'. mar lot addrd to three- peed
D OR 3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath Call Venice 4883536 after u.. amount of elulm. and i>l>lm tone available as an option. Fu The 289-cubic-lnch with a partment.

house. Walking distance to Misc. For Sale 5 p.m. may bo offl obtalntd.. from tht CountyJudttt tura hardtODS and convertibles tour-barrel carburetor and Options And AccessoriesA I

Venice P. O. and Pavilion, or MARY CULLEN: lEAMAN and all station waon.have rated at 220 horsepower nicely line of options, ,
TORO driven lawnmower Personals .. 0' tho Itatat, complete FINE CARS
to power Business F.tamiteia
with option
rent end Sept. attachment I of B....." E. Soutua. the all-vinyl upholstery fills the gap between the Including low-cost air conditioning 1
Write M. K., Box 746, Bag Dwamd.Asunn.v .. standard equipment.
buy. as boise V-8 and the high-per :, power brakes, power (
com. .
and t bags. Recently RI.i and Dais
Venice and RUBBER STAMPS made to tEn N...., I.,.... The new Instrument panel formanca V8. The all-syn- steering remote-control mirror -
pletely overhauled order. Overnight service. I Veil.. Is l of full-width concave design and ,
X'& i chromesh, three-speed and full transistorized
.. a
like new. Cost $149 50, Sopt. 5 1N4.
rums PtI".lob.
Houses For Sale cash. WriteD. Office, personal, pocket or highlighted by special tour-speed manual transmissIons radio are offered on the Fair-
sell for $50
will stock. 4881432.BOOKKE6PZNG. I ornamentation on the Futura and the three-speed lane and Fairlane 500 series
D.. P. O Box 1197, or
2 bed. and Sauire mmA.l.Other *. .
VENICE GARDENS MORE PEOPLE ARE -" Cruise 0 Matlc automatic Power tailgate windows,
rooms, Itt baths, paneled 488-4035 after 6pm. !: Income FeaturesExtensive transmission are available locking storage compartment, .
Florida room cathedral cell. _PianosStelnway Tax State-Federal Wage SUBSCRIBING changes have with this engine. I and a chrome luggage rack

nil,. central heat. Available: Knabe Everett Reports, Personal Typing, READING THE been:: made In the basic xin- For the sports-minded buy are among special items

upon request. 4885397. George!! Stock Winter Cable your home, Champion typist. VENICE GONDOLIER derbody structure of the new er, the 271-horsepower, 289- available for station wagon
Nelson Fayette S. Cable 30 years experience. Nominal X- X- Station Bus and Club Wagon cublc-lnch high-performance models.
:NEW 3 BEDRAlrconditioned. House. Hallett St Davis Fee. Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 models to give them increased engine is available. This rugged \

Florida Musette Players 'Banyan Drive, Venice Fla. strength, rigidity and dur engine is an outgrowthof

room, on Groveland Ava Ph., Pianola Players Phone 4885254.DRESSMAKING. LEE'Spow ability. Ford's participation In 59 VW
East Venic. Easy terms. -Th. entire seat packageof competition events. Included
-OrgansAllen -
J. Nelson 488-2307.( Suits,
Lowrer these models has been as standard equipment withit PANEL
NOKOMIS. ATTRACTIVELY COMPlETE SELECTION OF coats and dresses. lairs.Betty !R MOWER chanted to simplify entry and are a dual "mufflerlesa"
Orthweln, N.P.C. Ph.
furnished duplex. 1 and 2 REBUILT. RECONDITIONED exit from the vehicle while at exhaust system and chrome- $595.

bedroom units. .Open beam AND FULLY GUARANTEED 428.1541- the same time maintainingthe plated dress-up features. This \

ceiling Cove lighting" Par- PIANOS AND Dressmaking alterations previous high level of engine will be available witha

quet floors Many built-in ORGANS draperies eta Reasonable. seating comfort. four speed, all synchro ESTIL'SFINE
(features Distinctive design. FROM $125.'Florida' ,488-1130 -Bucket seats and console mesh manual transmission -

Ideal location, on. block from Largest Music Co.' are available as optional I or the Dual-Range CrulseOMatle CARS Don't blame youhihi; . a ;,

schools and stores. Owner equipment on the six-cylinder automatic transmls- he has no ROOM to play. :"'
sacrificing $5,000 equity. Canbe CANNON MUSIC SHEPARDLUMBER Futura hardtop. and conver- -.- Turn that cluttered attic or
St. --
1st -
1301 ---- .
yours for $1,000 down, take Theatre SEZ. 5 basement Into e playroom.

over payments. Call collect, Opn.' Florida I CO. I Then store extra glassware ,
Open Thurs. It Frl. till I 9 p rn. 'QPQNTOCBONNEVILLE your
Sarasota 024-9952 for appoint. Phone 958-1019 1003 N. Washington Blvd. ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION and furniture with us.
nest after 5 week days, I GO.

day Saturday and Sunday. EXPERT HAIR STYLING Sarasota . CONVERTIBLE, THINK OF

Itt Instruction In call V-8. R&H PS, PB WSV/ Elee.
OWNER, 2 Bedroom
Baths, like new, furnished newest and .Sarasota"I ELLIOTT PAUL ; Window. -

or unfurnished. Sacrifice. 005 Basle and for GO.
Carroll's Beauty School. 2828 I . LIGHTING SUPPLIES
Cypress, Edge wood Section. N. Tamiaml Tr., U. S. 41 and :I ROOF TRUSSES $2795. .

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS 27th St., Sarasota. Phono I Alum. Windows & Doors. '

area 3 bedroom Home, 355-6844. I Contract Roofing & PaintingPhone 0. ESTIL'S ANDERSON ELECTRIC, Inc.

only $100.00 down, no closingcost I 488.2132 Venice 0
SCUBA TANK and regulator . Phone 488-6794 t
only Cockrill Streets
monthly payments $65ton FINE! CARS Bete & :
times, I
$$65 81 Including interest and used 5 :
Alrconditloner, $40. Ph. : \:
principal. Newly decorated Inside York TYPEWRITERS and Adding -

and out. Concrete tile 488-1596. Machines (mechanically operated The New LARGER 111

roof, tile bath. Built-in oven PLANTS FOR SALE ) Chemically cleaned, DISTINCTIVE

ind range, C.B. construction. Norfolk Island Pines $1 UD like new. Just $1250 plus 1 I
1 BEDROOM HOME In 4 kinds hardy Palms 2.80 up parts if required. All makes. "' 4Eli Real Estate CornerJfe

lame area $100.00 with Chinaberry trees .. 100 Venice Stationers, 211 W. .

monthly payments as low as Silk Oak trees .... ... 1.215 Venice Ave. 488-8113. D .

13600, including interest and Bottle Brush .... .. 1.5D i
Sale ,I Ir
principal. Grafted Gardenias ,. 1.25 Autos For 11
2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES Lemons I .
In Venice, only $250.00. Calamondons .... *." '81 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF, GULF SHORESClose It's A Honey ,

CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor Papaya plants . .. .75 4-Dr. Sedan loaded P/S, .:

306 W. Venice Ave. Strawberry guava .50 p/B AT AC. Reasonable. to Golf Course & Beech, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, INVESTMENT DUPLEX II

Branch office Kent Motel Double Red Althea. 1.25 Call 488-5535. conditioning. Fireplace,
and hiat and .ir
carport Furnished Large
garage Units I -
488.2241 488-1695 Abella Grandlflora . 1.25 screened Like New 2 I B.R. -
dishwasher and disposal,
Lots of other plants FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. electric Shrubbery 2850.00 Down, Take. overpaymants ., ,
MOVING, will sacrifice a and fruit freeR Lot Fruit \ -
:MELROYS NURSERY, $75.00. Phone 488-3597 after porch, nice landscaping .
138,000 luxury home for 29. la month.
$73.00 1
'750. Good financing. 2 bedrooms Laurel Fla. 8:00 A GOOD BUY AT $14,900 .
Turn east at Laurel Road pm.Used '
2H baths. Beautiful turn riht.Oldelt Trucks2INTERNATIONAL GULF REALTY :
city lot with view of the Gulf. go to 3rd road, FRANK C. RAEBURN
this area
Husband passed away, Wid- Nursery In R-185: : REALTOR WM. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker I \'

2 DW bedroom will sell, 2 centrally bath home located way A PACHE I IWorld1 Perfect.tractor. $3595.New tires West It Paint.Coast 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-488-2649 216 S. Ttmiaml Tr. Ph. Day 488-6738Nife 488.5836 J\ ,,.,\

below value Walking distance best built. best Truck Sales 3450 No. WashIngton -] I I ; .

to shopping center, $11,730. selling camper trailer.. Blvd., Sarasota. (Rt. INTERESTED ;,
3 Bedroom furnished home Special demonstrator sale 301 North). 30" Cut: 6 or 7'/4' HP : :

lust off Harbor Drive, $17,500. now going on. Little money Engine Lot on Peppertree Road, Venice Gardens $1,400.00 I Air Conditioned i '

beach J Bedrooms, fireplace down and low bank pay Boats For Sale Mows I M Acres .n" Hour. r Waterfront Lot In Venice Gardens . .. . $3,200.002Bedroom Central Water and ct -
privileges, low taxes, Sanitary Sewer. I
'l1SOO. inentl.CAMPER'S CRAFT Cabin Crul formerly Horn |III No.omis. $1,500.00-$500.00 Down Screened Patio 2 Bedroom I "
"2 ter bedroom, home curb,and central But 100 N. Washington Re'ci.. er. Shlp-to-shor radio. It Bicycle Servlc. Lot In City of Venice, City Water, I Bath Dwelling I: A.. ,J I

sewer :Maal Bros.) Depth finder. Marine head. THENOXOMS . . . $I,800.00MARTiN Welt For Garden and Yard 'I
ter. $400 down easy monthly (Opp. Mahoganyhull. DIRECTLY/ KHIND Sewer and Pavement .. .. ,

&&iotsM$12,500. Realtor, Sarasota Co Double. $1.700.planked Call Venice Center 4888455 Ph. 4S8-397S fOSr OFFICl \ S. STANCIK; TOTAL 541 Shamrock PRICE $12.700 Blvd. '' -

at Tarpon '
Equipment or see -
Trl-County I'I'
Phone 4884708FOR REALTOR H. N. WIMMERS '
[Marina. .

House on deed canal off 955.5705 J I 221 W. Miami 488-5308 !

Blackburn Bay. 2 bedrooms, 1 This/ wick specials/ / oft Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved I'' '\! -

< .B.,Large lot private dock. Groven Lubrication LineGREEN'S t'l' :
aaonabl.. Phone 488-24M.

FLORIDACORPORATION "\ \Ism ,dJHlTI' W.1.n INTERESTED ? Close to bey-beiutiful 2 bdr. (home, large living room, '' "

I FUEL OF Excellent financing: at $15,750. .
_"IS :StR! IIIU H. N. Wlmrner, Realtor. Florid.Nice South room Venice* garage.2.BR hom -terrano firs & carport. $8400. '' .I$ 1

I For rent large cottage (over 700 sq. ft.) loh of room I '
Member Chamber REAL I J' I
I euttide. $65. mo.

I Heating and Air Conditioning JOHN C. BENNETT Monday thru Friday f to 5; Saturday to I REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER j : i

Installations/ Contractor I ,
I Heating 6 Air Conditioning' Complete Roofing CLOSED SUNDAYS GALE R. DUNN, Associate I

HeafertFm SPRAY COATING! North of Albee Rd.-Nokomls, FU
Wafer, Tamiaml -
I Gas Ranges_ Estimates On Tile, Aibestoi and Built Up Roofs HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN .., Bus. 488-3242 R... 488-5774 S L '
I Ph. ._
Small NoVomh. Fla.
Too -
Ntf Job 'OCI Big or ; 1.lII
741 $. Venice P"- -
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20-Tli. GONDOLIER Venice Fie TWt, Sept 24, 1964 I
: Spanish; Class Weekly Btldge; Scores-

I' r < Has : 1-8.6 A. O
Openings Bridge Studio, Sept II, 1 p.m. EAST-WEST Campbell and
1 Mrs. Harry Lawrence and CarlHauerbach.50.
I. ; Summer Jobs Youths The Conversational Spanish 1-2-Mrs. Elgin Morison and Mrs J W. Kimball, 9K. 4-5-6-Mrs E. H BufortJ
Tops Say Kimball, 63 and Mr IBd
classes in the Sarasota Com- Mrs J W. 2-Mrs R N. Gould Mr., C. R. Phillip, g0
munity School has some openings 12-Mrs D. A Hathawayand J. J Nealon, 66 Venice Contract Bridge/
l and will continue registration Mrs C. C. Gardener, "- Mrs T. B. Richardson and Clm
By EUGENE GILBERT for this week only 69S H. Stewart, 65 Sept. 16,7.34pm.:
President, Gilbert Youth This year the classes have .4-Miss Lucy Journeay and Bridge Studio, Sept. II 1-Mr. Clare Carlson and S.
Research, Ino.I y r 4N I been separated into beginningand Mrs James G Kalec, 62 1:00: pm Stewart, III.ZMra .
intermediate, so persons 3.4-Mrs. Clare Carlson and 1-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and Mr. James Q Kalec all4
Teen-agers work during the ., r should check closely for the Myron Schoenfeld, 62. Austin Baum, 69tt' Col Vincent Dixon
summer for a variety of reasons 0. 1 I correct class. Beginning Bridge Studio, Sept. II, 2-Mrs. Corla Graff and MM 3-Mr.. C. E. Bryant and\:
; The most usual are: ? Spanish, Monday 8 to 12, Sarasota 7110: p.m. K W. Erlckson, S4ttS K. Patton, 52
To make money . Federal Bank at South I-Mrs. 7" N. Mulhern and -Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and 4- -Mr., T. B RIchardson
( To get Job experience . Gate, Tuesday 7 to 10. Room Mrs Gorey Graff, 31. Mrs Louis J. Unertle, 54 and Dr. R. P" Wilcox. Silt
To have something to do 107 Sarasota High School, 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris and 4-1I.6-J. K Hill and Dr. W 4-5-Myron Schoenfeld and'
r Whatever their original reasons Thursday, 5 to 7 p,m., Room Mrs. Louis J. Unertle, 29 R. Cowan, 50 Mrs J. J Nealon 5114.
most youngster. feel 105, Sarasota High School, 3-Mr. and Mrs Merritt, 26 -
that working during the off- and Wednesday, 1 to 4, Sara- Bridge Studio, Sept. 15
school season helped to prepare Meet
sota Federal Bank in Venice. ,
t 7S0: p m.
them for the future. Not
I because of the Intermediate Spanish meets 1-Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gould,
necessarily Monday 1 to 4 p,m", Sarasota 65.2Mrs.
type of work they did, since Federal Bank, South Gate, /f
'ih,5 J H. Morris and
most took any Job available, .
but because of the experiencethey y.J Monday 7 to 10 p.m., Room Mrs J. J Nealon 61 JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCV, INC.
gained in what is gener- 107, Sarasota High School, 3-Myron Schoenfeld and Col.
ally called "the outside and Wednesday P to 12, Sarasota Ira Nelson, 60V4. ndua'anc.
world" 4-Mrs. James G. Kalec and /
1 Federal Bank In Venice
This shows up in a survey Col. Vincent Dixon, 57 Mi. lstoMslted 7929
y If desire additional Information :
we made among 1238 boys you Woman's Club, Sept. 17, 243 W. VENICE AVE.
and girls Nearly 50 per cent on other language J:Mpm.NORTHSOUTH. VENICE, FLORIDA
I of those we questioned had courses such ss French, Russian Select and Consult an Ind*
worked this summer Their German or English for 1-Dr. R. F" Wilcox and Cot. PHONE pendent Insurance Agent at
+a Jobs ranged from babysittingto Foreign Born, please contact Vincent Dixon, 8551. 488-6791 would your. Doctor or\
camp counseling to making 2-R. P. Cohen and J, V.
artificial limbs. Forty-nine the Sarasota Community Paul, '78'>11.
I per cent got between $1 and School, 1001 S. Washington 3-A. G. Campbell and R. N.
$1.50 an hour. Twenty-six per Blvd., or phone 958-1332 Gould, 72'>11. -
cent got less than $1 Seven --

per cent were paid more than A.. .., .. F. ..
I $1.50 an hour. Some of those - --
questioned no definite
; answer to the question about Boyer, of Birmingham, Ala., Ing with children. "I believe," polls, did office work Said
1i t' pay. But here is on Interesting learned "how to deal with different she said, "that learned howto site: "I learned how to man
statistic: more than 5 problems that I was acquire patience," Susan age my money more wisely" Now on display: the most beautiful Chrysler-ever'bullt..
t .' per cent worked for charitable suddenly confronted with" Platt, 18, of Framingham, Sixteen.year-old Modenna
t ,' organizations U no salary The girls were equally certain Mass", said that being a waitress Ceconl, of Falls Church, Va,
", that working during the "gave me experienceand wasn't too keen about her Job
''i Eighty per cent of the boys summer was worthwhile. taught me self-confi as a gate attendant, but added .
and girls said they liked Evelyn Morris, 14, of Wald- dence." : "It gave me excellent experience '
their summer Jobs and found wick, N. J., wants to be a Several girls learned some- in dealing with all This is Chrysler 65. The big one that And there's an improvement in ride you

them of some value not related teacher and feels the babysitting thing about financial responsibility kinds of people and also gave delivers. Luxury that reflects your good can really feel.
J- to the money they earned she did taught her the during the summer me a greater sense of responsibility
Lonny Pattishall, 15, off necessity of patience in deal- Fran J. Cole, 17, of Indiana- ." taste, for one thing. A fast answer to your One more point A Chrysler Isn't all

tv AUentown, Pa., for instance, demands, for another. that expensive. Seven Newport models
from his
learned something
job of cutting lawns. I Venice East News Look at it. Clean-lined. Big. Beautlare actually priced just a few dollars a
"It ," he said, -
taught me
"the value of completing ful. Eighteen feet of comfort Two tons month more than some of the most

I" something after starting it" of security. Called Chrysler. popular smaller cars.
I Working as a loader on a fur. By
: !' niture truck 20-year-old( Rich.Jt Ifs easier to get into and out of. Visit your Chrysler dealer and see
Mr Mrs Frank Ben of ,
and W. Nurry Philadelphia for the association would take
Ore.ard ,S liked, Cohn it ,because of Portland, as he, Bileck moved into their new Pa Mrs Nurry is the Mof- place at the October meeting I There's lots of headroom, and legroom them all: economical Newport; sports-
I home on Alsace Road in Venice fitts daughter, the former He said member wouldbe
every and
put it, "it gave me contact hiproom. bred 300; and the luxurious New Yorker.
I with East last week. The Mary Lee Moffitt. The par- notified by mail as to this
i I J-t ."the grass roots workingman Bilecks came, from Maple ents were only given a few important meeting. Get in and drive it The first thing Move up to Chrysler. Model 1965. Theyou'll

f I I Billy Lee, 17, of Pensacola, Heights, Ohio, where Mr. days notice before the wed- Mr Edward Tracy advisedthe notice is best described as"scorch." man who sells them will make it
his it
Fla., got a practical result Bileck worked until retirement ding and as was shortly members of the facilitiesat easy.
from his summer Job of put- this year. They have after they had moved into the new South County Post Model 1965 is a very quick automobile.
ting up fences "Now," he vacationed in this area many Venice East the children had Office and urged support to mums*OMSK(ACHRVSLER|
explained, if I want to put years, always with a thought very little hopes that they insure its permanence. w---

up a fence around my house, of home finding their Their retirement time fltts could be present but all the of their Mof- Mr. Smith reported he had Turn In lob Hope ml. rh.,chryihr Theatre'- Friday Mntafij NCAA Foxtail,fated*iftrao*,nd doe Wad.arr-d .'NSC-IVt.
near. long just dropped
know how It.
4 I to do contacted
Mr Mel Williamsof
friends, Mr. and Mrs James airplane
moving, hopped on an
Larry Nabb, 16 of Fort the Sarasota Mosquito
Smith of 189 Sandhurst Drive, and attended the fed- County -
:w Morgan Col., worked at a Control
I them to make their in the Department and
helped up ding Philadelphia. Both
service station and liked it.
; that he had been promised
mind to settle in Venice East. bride and the
groow are
t but felt that it had a plus valve relief to the area in a very
He said "It from --oHoneymoon teachers at PennsylvaniaState
;; : kept me short time.
t running the streets and getting I' visitors at the College. After the business meeting S118Feiesua.a,
i into trouble." As a campy Ralph C. Moffitt home this -0- a social hour followed with . .... .
I counselor, 19-year-old Harry past week were Mr. and Mrs. The Venice East Commun. Mr. Wilbur Funk, Mrs Lester
0 ity Assn held its first meeting -
i EXPERIENCED MECHANICS of the fall season this past Smith Davis and Mrs James Drive it!
acting as hostesses
week. The meeting was in the
Member Chamber of Commerce
offices of the Administration
Building Four new Venice Mr and Mrs Charles F" .
B&W Auto Repair East resident families joinedthe Hancock, have moved into the
; association at this meetIng former Tom Bailey home on
I e MODERN EQUIPMENT They are Mr and Mrs Venice East Boulevard. The
I e EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE W. Frank Bileck of Alsace Hancock are formerly of
Road, Mr and Mn B Pensacola and Mr. Hancock
ALIGNMENT & WHEEL Charles ZImmey of Woodrose is the resident manager of
BALANCE Way; Mr and Mrs Ralph C. the Gulf Construction Co. for
I ENGINE TUNE UP & Moffitt of Venice East Boulevard Venice East and Is supervisIng ', ear Yerb eoea wrYa/i
OVERHAULS and Mr and Mrs Jos- construction of the model
I eph Schuster of Dorchester homes being built in the subdivision -
I TRANSMISSION SERVICE At the business meeting the -cA -
president, Mr James Smith,
change In the
629 E. Venice Ave. Ph 488.3502 manage-
announced the final readingand
ment of Venice East by the
ALL WORK GUARANTEED acceptance or rejection of U S. Land Development
the constitution and Corp is the appointment of
Mr. Don Gordon as the vicepresident -
FULLEN TIRE/ SERVICE ASKS in charge< of sales
for Venice East. Mr Gordon
I Is a life.long resident of San ..

asota County and presidentof ... .
the Don Gordon Construction "
1i Co He Is well known in ....'.

i i :i WHICH IS YOUR the the area construction, having been business activein WOODCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH. : . .. .

1 since the 1948 National He Association Is a memberof of MOTORS INC.

Home Builders, active in "
i I civic and business affairs anda

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