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: October 5, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00239
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Serving the FatUrt. Growing Are on Florida's Werf Coast Osprey, Laurel Nokomis,, Venice, South Venice, Y.nlc Gardens V.nte East Englewood, North Port Charlotte I : '

,20, NO. 78 8 PAGES MtMBERl Tan. ASSOCIATED rBEBS VENICE_FLORIDA, SUNDAY_, OCTOBER_4, 1964 _MEMBER, _FLORID PSE8I_ASSOCIATION_ PRICE_- 10 CENTS_ I I : I






1'1.n !hefts 1 Bomb Scare Explode Into ActionPulitzer I i"1"! I







'11-1 0t, 'Prize Winner Probes Local Politics II Area's Leaders 1 ;





I m Veteran AP Newsman Reminisces it ita4 I Juvenile Organize CrimeA Against "i






group of alarmed Vnc! area citizens! have launch I

ad a broad-scale campaign to curb mounting trim among .,
Smiles through a new organization they have named I,
of the Concerned.An .
open meeting has been planned for Oct. 15 and

,, Invitation are being sent to law enforcement officials,
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repretentative of civic organitatiom, clergymen, school

#, w ' +Aw ;;rkl official and all Interested individuals.The .
meeting will have a question and answer period to

be moderated by an attorney

CURFEW POSSIBLE

y s This group hopes as a result of this meeting to plan

some corrective action, possibly Including a curfew," a
spokesman said."Everyone ,

interested In this problem is urged to

& watch for the exact time, place and confirmation of the ,

, 9r 1 1r date for this meeting. : 6.
,h4h'e.N The Idea for The Committee of the Concerned originated
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l I Ir J with the board of directors of the Venice Elementary ; I

w e, I School Parent-Teacher Assn. The general membership over
whelmingly approved 1

L.Sen. w.' Quick concurrence came from the Parent-Teacher m '
of Nokomis School Elementary
groups Elementary Englewood
Morinet School, Venice Junior High School and Venice
ralltlser Prose winner the lowdown from E. O. (Dan) Boon the Warren S. Henderson 'Mr. Republican' discusses his choice High School
I Sooth County's 'Mr. Democrat' with the veteran Ap newsman I j I

I AIMS EXPLAINED .
V (J O "It Is our hope to curb speeding, drinking and general
Sf I Englewooder In Southeast AsiaHe's I disrespect for the law," a spokesman of the YES PTA

By RELMAN MORIN children In the elementary school have brother -

(Associated Press Special Correspondent) _. __ and sisters In the Junior and senior high schools and
I we thought It would be well to start first with the ale 1
On Nov 1, 1934, a .hY'I Insecure, and largely untrained;
mentary youngsters.
for the "Ball Of Fire' MissionaryBy
p rter time In me The-Associated timidly eat Press down office at a in typewriter Los Angeles A The committee Is addressing personal Invitations to

That II almost 30 years ago. the planned Oct. 15 meeting to the following:
No doubt, many readers of The GONDOLIER can barely County Judge John T. Graham, Sheriff Ross E, Boyer,
ember that world, that CHARLES A. KOCH old Englewood candidate for from Montana and ternatlonal team of students Juvenile Counselors Jim Tillman and Bill Whitney, Principal
naflnably different era of "the wave of the future"by I the medical mission field, complete the U. S. team.B.rd Texa'i I during the six-month period John Davis of Venice High School, Principal I Guy
me try to re-create: it, at the Idealistic and/or Last fall an urgent call was picked to go. He is the I I Work Include cutting undergrowth, Rosa of Venice Junior High, Principal Jim Dunaway of 1
went out from the Philippine assumed mountain road and
Duties by
Florida. OthersILippincott
t in outline. muddle-headed person. Of only one from building a Venice Elementary, Mrs. Eleanor Eklund, principal I of
few mission field for "one really additional Christian rural
V. S. was In the 'Americans course, In thatday realised that top-flight, ball of fire, deeply center an in a remote area of Nokomis Elementary; Principal I Tom McDonough of Englewood

pun of the Great Depres- communism, using subversion committed college student"to Mindanao to minister to Elementary. ,
11. Men shuffled forward as a weapon, would be. assist In a special six- r't needy Filipinos, assisting the Also Constable Jack Knuckles, Teen Haven director '
breadlines
wilderea. shame-faced, come an arm of Russian month international student people in planting rubbertrees ; R. G. Bailes Jr., beverage commission.Chief; of \ '
presslon telescoped But to me Into the foreign policy. It was seen Christian work camp in and spending the weekends Police John Shockey, Mayor Smyth D. Brohard and mem. t

sinKle Incident: A middle. simply si a social and economic Southeast Asia. preaching in Christian, teaching student, and bars of Venice City Council, City Judge John J. Blair, all
t4 woman entered the of. system. The call was sent by 'he assisting area ministers, members of the bar and representatives
I work in surrounding com
e. crying hysterically, Well, now some things for famed Methodist missionary, munities. of each civic organization. '
C. L Spottswood,
The Rev.
netting must be done the younger people j
The original appeal from
'. something must be I TV was only a dream. The known as "the flying" parson Rev. Spottswood reached ft *
of the Philippines.
be." Then the fainted apparently insoluble question Ginn Florida
Miss Eulalie ,
n lunger.ranklin want Who would pay for It? It was answered by John Conference Director of Methodist .1 l
Probe Pressed
D. Roosevelt was Nobody could foresee a firm Timothy Hardee of Englewood Student Work, and was f' ,
the White House. Almost spending thousands of dollarsto a student at Florida relayed to campus ministers : ,
a stroke of the pen In advertise a rinse( that Southern College. The nation. of the state. Young Hardee,
"100 Days," he transform. 'I' would make a woman look 20 wide request was heard by son of The Rev. and Mrs. Ad- ;
ne, entire American ecosystem years younger Hardee at a college chapel t Ill dison G. Hardee, 47 Magnolia II \
Ie changing the It was rare for a teen-ager service and he volunteered Ave., immediately volunteer. In! Theft Ring
terns of a century. For theerl to own a car. Mostly, he could along with other students r f ed as he reallzed the actual I
r That is a matter of only hope for the use of the from Florida. field experience would be Invaluable
radon In any case, at that family car on Friday or Saturday After Interviews and much Lir rF' In his work as a student '
t', the federal government night. "Drag racing"had correspondence, the 20-year- minister while preparing Venice police continued drive-in. Police said the stolen ,
W the life of the Individ- not been, Invented. (Ah, himself for medical school their probe of a teenage theft bottles were redeemed at I
American aa it had never the good old days!) and his goal of being a mis ring over the weekend with area grocery stores and sup I
I before. Today, many 'I I don't know the modem Rev. Delamarter sionarydoctor.His the possibility that charges ermarkets. '
ghtful persons believe the terms, but the 1934 equivalent father is minister of may be filed this week Other cases reportedly
dulum ," "slasy 1 against several more juve. cleared up by the Investigation
should start swing- were "necking r rr the Englewood Methodist I
In the other direction. kissing," or, on the college Dies In NorthThe Church. niles Including two girls. Included break-In at the 1 ,
n the field of foreign ate campus, "queening" There Young Hardee will receive Police Chief John Shockeysaid VHS cafeteria office and the !
Americans were hoper were no drive-in theaters, but Rev Arthur Delamar no pay for his labors, and upon 11 break-ins and thefts theft of about $30; theft of $22 j
naive They knew little somehow young. people made ter, assistant to the pastor of his return next January over the past five months from the VHS locker room, t e
lit Europe and less about out. the Venice-Nokomls Methodist plans to continue his education have already been solved with during the first home foot- I'
Far East. They did not A salary of $10,000 a year Church serving in the capac- r at Florida Southern the arrest of the same four ball game; theft of beer, cigarettes
wrcelve was considered practicallythe ity of minister of evange- r where he is on scholarship teenagers who confessed to and a portable radio ;
e the dictators. There pinnacle of success.' lism, died at his summer majoring in chemistry, Tim, last Monday's bomb scar at From Fisherman's Wharf Marina i i 9 1 I
re 1 no war clouds on the It was easier to enter college home In Arcadia, Mich, on as he is best known to his the Venice High School. ; a cash box at Venice
!lOll: for the average In that day, but far few.er Saturday, Sept. 28. He is survived friends, had full approval of The teen quartet, all from Tire and Radiator; S3 from,a 1
rican, and most of us young people could af by his wife, Elsie, a his parents in his plans and, the Venice Nokomis South residence at 304 North NassauSt.
'"red It entirely possible ford It. Scholarships were son Bruce and a daughter JOHN TIMOTHY HARDEEote (Continued on pare S) Venice area, Include three 15- ., and an attempted break-
void involvement If war extremely I rue.Military Joyce year-olds and one 17-year-old. in at 301 North Nassau I
come. service, of Simultaneous memorial ser. Chief Shockey said the The youths also admitted a J

C "nmunlstsT Yes, they course did not hang over a vices will be held for The Authors AnotherBy I youths have admitted to 11 break-in Institute at and Kentucky the theft Military of i ':I\
nasty were active Their young min'a head. Scientists Rev. Delamarter at the Arcadia incident of theft or vandalIsm a : s
set of
Hnes attracted that already envisioned nuclear (Michigan) Methodist either alone or with one master keys. Shockey s ,
PI 01 American; par'alarl fission and Jet propulsion . Church and at the Venice-No DOROTHY GAYNOR and turn it into an acute puts to shame many of the or more of the others. Cash said to the some interior damage of was the done KMI i
>T the younger, eol.re.rlfe but for the average komls Methodist Church in commentary on humanity. He human heroine in today's and merchandise stolen by I
1 Ie I
Joseph buildings and later
amazing use
An man was
Person '_ who felt American this was Buck Nokomis at 4 pm. Sunday. native doesn't seem to do so intentionally literary output the four since last May totals .
made of the school
It the Capitalist system Rogers stuff.Continued. The, Rev. John Louis Jones Wharton Lippincott ; In fact his story of The publishing company, of approximately $200, Shockey as a searet f\
and for the
many headquarters, using '
ad failed, There was talk ( on page I) pastor of the local church Philadelphian winter resident of : life, seen through the eye of ''which he was president and said keys to gain entry. I, i I'
the service here. years a And he added that further
will conduct I the heroine, dubbed simply later chairman of the board The throe IS-year-otds hers
Casey Key "Coyote," is an unemotionally In 1958, Investigation over the week C-
He is in the news this week until his retirement been turned over to Sarasota I'
accurate portrayal of sUvin six of his books end was expected to clear up +
categorizes t
the County juvenile authorities ,
writer, his "Coyote,
ss a
For PetsAvailable ., being attempting to children" and his several more unsolved break. 1
"for
Johnson Or Goldwater? Tags Wonder Wolf" having just young For action. Shockey said C
This littleshewolf ins and theft during the
on" in life.
"get others "for older children
been released by J B. Ltppin- I' charges will be filed by his Cdepartment 11
cott Co. This author is also does so, cleverly and ThIs| presumably would be same period. against' the 17- '$' r
elms (Pat) Morln, Internationally famed Assoe- NowNew an ex-publisher, a geologist, loyally: In such a way that the tenth in the latter cate I He said the four Interrogated year-old. ,"
lat e* Press beat Is the world, wash This reporter, who Is In connection with the
writer whose news archeologist, naturalist, big- gory. Cases outside the city have ' I ,
South County last week taking soundings on the ape tags for :your pets are game hunter, explorer, is past the "child" age and not bomb threat and who admitted been turned over to the Sarasota ,; iC
preaching presidential election. available, beginning Monday considered one of the best yet in "second childhood" under further questioning County sheriffs department
Dr. Richard H. Veldhouse.: "wing" shots on the East found it good and no doubt to the thefts also implicated *for investigation.Hoofenonny. : I '
of two
The, New York-based newsman, winner county health officer, reminds Coast, has collection of accurate, since the author Is several other youngsters
Pulitzer awards, same 'nt* the are OD a swingaro those with pets the county shells considered a by naturalists 1 a renowned authority on wildlife "The cue probably will in-
??* the South'- to get Ideas on how the people are cod require that all dogs to be the finest in the r adult far. Or else she volv six: : or eight 'Juveniles, ( I' .C
"Inking,,will It be Johnson or Ooldwatert He and has six months of age or older be world, I Ie aa ardent gardner never wants to "grow up." including two girls, before it i '
been covering Presidential campaign since 1941 Inoculated with antirabiesvaccine and philanthropist. The simple story deals witha Is finished. Shockey said. 11
sportsman
Wently works In Washington ea natloaal events. and a tag be obtained female coyote transportedfrom Shockey and Asst. Chief "hootenannle First of the at bi-monthly Veda f 5 I n C. r
and indicating the vaccinationhas Arizona to a farm on "le Allen Slater said the four, 4 4
Wi reports'on'tb.; Presidential Mmpslg ; 'A prolific writer, this high High School for the 1964-69
What' !People say they feel about the two candidates .. been completed. ly versatile and polished gentleman north edge of Philadelphia. sometime working M a school term will be held Monday 'I
Will, be circulated throughout the U. S. and transmit "Because of a recent bat of 77 interprets life rye r Though a pet, she escape group and sometime singly in the high school j
led GONDOLIER. identification, and roams the area for two or in paIrs, admitted the night i'
abroad. Whet will, appear In Tie positive rabies and lives it equally keenly. 4, 1'4y1 w .a from
this makes the and battling for her Utter theft of soft drink bottle gym. CI
this all more essential His trained eye and car, years
I
Morin wrote especially for The GONDOLIER both animals Johnston'. Grocery at Nokomis Sponsoring the hootenannies ,
Ito that animals be pro heart, heighten his power ofobservation p4 of coy-dogs against C''
ry at aq approaching anniversary la his news tented Dr Veldhouse said. to the point ..... and man. Her friendship Venice) Lumber Com- again this year wilt beth C f,
/spec career This star- where he can tak a single with her owner's small pan,., Gulf Goodyear Service Xeyettes. with proceed j
yeas' tags are
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GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl.. Sun., Oct 4, 1964 Lippincott
e1 I Kiwanians Told Era Is DecisiveA I Newsman .ReminiscesContinued ;

Police Board (Continued from page 1)
U Sarasota minister told the the speaker recalled the non. ( from page 1) with General George C. Marshall doesn't matter "lIetber
; Slates Meet daughter Is a delightful se oa a local, II
I> Venice Kiwanis Club that aggression pacts the Soviet nstlepe4,1
"
( "Americans today are living Union signed with Lithuania, quence. "The good eU days an I went from that story teraatioaal level, Bab I
I'I I I The. board of directors of: in one of the most decisive Finland, Latvia, Estonia Poland Eventually she is sent backto !Englishmsa!: observed "neverwere to the execution of Julius log lIfe In the raw It
the National Police Officers and the climax Inc
and Nationalist China the West paid to put Itvividly
periods in history. Rosenberg. I had 011
# NEW SHOW TALVE Assn. of America will meet and ending of the story is and Ethel Peper r
"The action of the United and then a short time later True, but they wen differ learned during the war that as he tan.
3 : ONNAM'aD01aW0ax Or1W0 Oct. 1U at Lido Beach invaded them and annexed heart-warming. tot. One at the mate differences '
States in this decade could using handsany phyacal Incidentally,
my that
hotel to make plans for its decide the fate of mankind," most of them. Lippincott Used the tale on ; ft seam to me Urn IB effort-broutht a kind cur young mar slot u'
.1965 Convention. Sarasota is added The Rev. J. D. Hamel, He pointed out that "during a real event- a wild coyote' this: Then was lM economic of relief In momaats of high ago is still uneasy Of J)!
.
a possible convention site. pastor of the First Bretheren the last 25 years, the U. S. has burrow was located for two security then far the individu. tension. So, from the moment feeling of inadequaC7 in
f Locally In attendance will Church of Sarssota. had 3,400 meeting with the years a few hundred yards aI I, but be was more prone to I was, seated In the erlng a story today, i'ems,
be Gerald S. Arenberg, direc from his Pennsylvania home. his effort and
communists, including Teheran rely on owe execution chamber, I began I running scared. "d
tor of the' National Police Quoting J. Edgar: Hoover, Initiative to let what he want. ,
Yalta, Potsdam, Pan- down
One of Ida nature books, scribbling, Jotting
he continued, "To dismiss
Hall of Fame and John D. munjam Wanoo ed. It was hit responsibility, detail of the scene, ivyconditioned
lightly the subversive threatIn "The Bobcat, dealing every ..
De B Kz. national secretary.In "All' this talk led to 82 ma- with the friendship between not government's, to save however Irrelevant Just to
the U. S. is to deliberate!
addition Detective Ser If he didn't like his
commit national suicide." jor agreements, and Soviet a backwoods boy anda money. keep busy building I
) h
wet" Fred Rohloff, Holly. he went and
J JI geant has broken 50 of probably uUnemploJ'ment more conducive to
Russia Florida bobcat
said huge was ron: stub
Mr. Hamel that "with All national political campaigns
national vice another he didn't
wooy, Fla, a out committing a single dl. them," he declared, as he reminded extremely popular, and I is dill ; goon are fascinating . those that aren't.
to at- Compensation
president, is expected
his listeners of LenIn' so. as a Walt,Disney movie.
vision to military action, the hours, but
work
hard tang
tend along with Ry Peskin, or complain to the shop stew'and. "
statement, "Promises are HIs other articles about
aba's Co,, Soviet Union has extended its could
Plumbing fun. Who ever forgetthat
I executive director of the You were prettymuch on ALLEN
Ilk. pie crust . made to be Florida deal mainly with .
reach onto every continent ; In hose electric r moment I In Detroit
of
r; American Academy your own days.I JMMiIPilFlH
broken. .
488-2402 488-5282 Acheivement, Dallas, Texas, and now the U. S. is encirced shells.Boss remember an incident In 1952 when DwIght D I Convalescent an
Declaring that "today communism In his Eisenhower said, "If elected,
family's oil
A. Laitinen, 1
and Wayne sec that characterize
particularly
Radio Equipped Truck "Over the past 15 the is bidding boldly, and to Korea"?
retary. American Assn. of years colonial home in Philadelohia, the philosophy of that I shall go ?
whole of eastern Europe, at an accelerated tempo for ,.
P. O. fOIl 4504, Melon Criminology, Scituate, Mass. Chins, North Korea, North new area. of control," the he was graduated from Pennsvlvanla's day. A boy asked his mother, A reporter Is a greatly 1 S-'k
Wharton School in Phone Venice
a widow with small !D- He Is an Cq.1'ItI'
t a privUeied person.
Viet Nam and Cuba have speaker asserted "Our people mr PONCI
1908 and Joined the publishing DI LION
; been lost to the communists," : must realize that communism firm at that time. One of his come"Of, If he course could,"ban she replied a bicycle , eyewitness: to history.; It' ....Ani......
he added Is not just another political =-
early assignments Inter.
Mr Hamel said "In January I party, it is an ideology was "but you will have to earn it,
viewing and writing about the
somehow. I haven't the DAVIS VINYL
money CRETE
of this year Niklta Khrushchev combined with a combat force !liars in the new-born movie "
to it for
held a press conference and world organization. It is industry. He celebrated his buy you.

Reward to tell the world what he a conspiracy to conquer and fiftieth year with th* com- Three decades. SO, tar Lei II' spray your residence; or eomm.rcal; 6111Jjn; ; vo '
$100 hoped the new year would rule the world by any means, Deny on his retirement dateIn bates*, wesJeilU years, DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING.
bring. legal or illegal,. In peace or 1938. People often ask, "What'sthe
"He wished for several In war." best story ;you ever covered EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO
things, including a reductionIn "Whether we like it or not, Author of a long list of TotTh.
I ) FOR INFORMATION armed forces in America, we are in the finals of a books and articles on nature, answer Is, The roadto JOB TOO SMALL

cuts In military spending, esablishment ,match in which the penalty wildlife, scientific and publishing Pearl Harbor" I wasslattoaeat We offer Me same .atiJacloty lerw'ce 01 we did while(,;
'
:I I : of de-nuclearlze for losing will be our disappearance subjects, he utilizedhis In Japan from Me roo/lnj; business;
the arrest and conviction cones, also said Khrushchev, as a free and sovereign varied background in hla Jm naitt almost the outbreak
j t Leading to he would like to see a non nation," he added. writing He collected animals of the Pacific War. LESTER DAVIS OWNERP.
of or Involved in egression pact between NATO Mr. Hamel then asked the for museums and organizedbig This story, of course,
t ; any person persons and the Warsaw Pact pow. question "What can we do," game hunting exoeditions stretches over four years O. Bo 333 Nokomis_ Ph. 4BHI,
'p' the VANDALISM and SABOTAGE of ers." I and answered by stating: Into Alaska, most of the Canadian and Is made ap of nuner-
In answer to that statement "Let's stop communist provinces, Mexico, eel Incidents. Bat U me It
i any and all drywall fobs under construction expansion in the western Scotland (where he goes each presents Itself as a stall.
,hemisphere by implementing summer for the frroiw-ehoot- rounded eves*. SAVE MONEY ,
; by Custom Drywall Const NPC WWI Auxiliary the Monroe Doctrine. Let a ng), Bavaria and Austria. He Long,before war came, 11
tight blockade be thrown has hunted, fished and explored NOW IS THE TIME Enclot that porch. We
Co. 725 Groveland Ave., Ph. 488- was apparent out there that mark
; To Meet around Cuba to the whole of this corn
.w Tuesday prevent Car the U. S. and Japan were on wind We make ..
OWl. screen repain.
present
4997, Owned and Operated by Wayne Ito from shipping arm bother try. Her he keeps a small a collision course.: There was your
Ladles Auxiliary of WWI Latin American eoon- Ishlng boat, ruing only lures
a maddening sense of inevitability NO DOWN PAYMENT-TERMS AVAILABLE
,: and Tom Freeman, or their affiliated Veterans, Barracks :2 I Y 43, tries. (her or elsewhere). I: like) being swept to.

builders. North Port Charlotte will "Declare the western The author bought his ward the brink of Niagara ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANYNOW
meet Tuesday at 2 pm. at hemisphere a 'peace ton*' Casey Key. property in the rails. I often wonder, even
i I'I the community center. Regstration and advise all that we meanto 'LOOK' WINDOW DISTRIBUTOR
early,1930s and built his home today: whether that war could
I f'tL. is st 1:30 p.m., Mrs keep it that way through there in 1938. He and Mrs have) been avoided.In .
Trail X From Yen.
172. So. Gdn.
V.nfo
Beatrice Schmelke president, the use of.whatever power isnecessary. Lippincott return every winter any case, that was a Hi
said and during that time play fascinating' slice of history Call 483-1824
I f f "Declare all war mete
host to their children and
'tI 't\ and I am eternally grateful
al and all communist
propounds grandchildren who
usually that I was out'there, covering I
to be contraband and come every year to visit
It.
I I' forbid its shipment into the them. l
i '?eac zone' I was Interned In Saigon
t "Issue tons of literature Interested in everything, he durin the first year of the
,: In all principal languages exposing has a large collection of Pacific war. There were only NOW OPEN i
; \ the falsities of communism sharks teeth and fossils foundIn eight oflit, confined to a
and pointing out the the Venice and Casey Key house seven men and one i
advantages of freedom. ireaa. His shell collecting has woman. When I related this ERNIE AND OZZIE'S
''f "Stop all help to enemy taken him all over Florida to a woman later she gasped, 1
countries and to neutral and Cuba. He is donating one 'Oh. the poor thing! She AUTO UPHOLSTERY I
countries, reserving: our aid complete collection to the didn't have anybody to talk
for such nations as will re- Shelburne (Vt.) Museum to."
olutely join their forces to which is currently constructing War forms a disproportionate 322 Venice Ave. W. ?h. 488-488'1'
ours to uphold freedom. a building to house it. part of these 30 years: It

Y C "Let non but real Americans His northern home is in was" in Europe in World War Auto Seat Covers, Door Panels' ,
t be on guard in all public Beth Ayres, a suburb of Phil II that I met Col Edward

t": An Off-Season BonusWe'll positions." adelphia. From there, he Sail, the proorletor of this Headlining and Upholstery Repair:
: travels widely lecturing with newspaper He was a giftedwar
t his own motion pictures end corresoondent and tal I
\\fl appearing on radio and TV ented in other fields: I am e.
; LEE'SPOWER programs He also holds theunique happy to say I never olaved
I position I of being one poker or rolled dice with him.A .

give you a Carrier Food Freezer MOWERjk' of ers the to very hold few active book membership publish.. Korean few War wears and later suddenly came" the we EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

in the famed Explorers'Club. found ourselves doing business -
at the same old stand e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
I I r Free with every Carrier Central attempting to communicatethe TRADITIONALLet
And, In his spare time, he sweating, animal terrorof
holds directorships and offices battle It is essentially un- us style) your favorite VIM
in most of the major ranslatable.Incidentally. or ceramic Into beautiful lamp
Residential Air Conditioning scientific and literary mat
I hinoea to .
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LEE lutes in the country.OBITUARY. believe that Gen. Douglas Ktwlrh; AetryfffffAll
Lama Repairs
MaeArthor should have
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FOR MRS. FLO LOCKARD admire Harry S.Truman. THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
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r of tfappanee; a sister, Mrs. did not leave until a P.M.
r l Mary' Rogers of New Paris; Nothing to eat or drink and of Bill Co.
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My MART E. KROVPA ,

Pianos 4H15Ww. FIRST 0 THE 29* .


wish to welcome new .11......" $ et BMBISCUITS -, .-', i

ildenll. Mr. and Mra. Herbwter l 0
!have moved Into "
who

far heir Dr.neW They home formerly.11861 Fair.lived 1SuSECIALS ::', 6 ..2.49"Ja ; j

L wUllslon Park. U I. W* :
tub U>sm luck end k'PPkess N/R K B S '' j jg !
i their new home ;' S ti WHITE

Mable-o Bryan- district Ler M I' :
pre MitT of the Rebekahs.made Ctcer Fresh Shrimp. ib. 59c o frozen foOfls ,
reowrllrpr .
- oIficlai rislt her lastsKundsr ,ee LU : I
evehln The meet- Shoulder Ccst *** Jewell 4-Potk CUckan or
7eMhe Rebekhe. was held By CECILY BROWNSTONE Quick Frozen '
TURKEY

B1j a,\tht member four Odd Fellow member from* .Sarasota" from AssoolaUd& Press Food E4ItorDON'T Lamb Roast |Ib. 33 'Sr: PEES I i I '

Jndenton were guests at the LET making a PRICES EFFECTIVE ''i '
mtellnj Refreshments of fancy cake scare you. EvenIf Quick Frozen ShoulderCutLamb Birds lye In Butter Sass I
Tjndwiche*. relishes, cake you are not adept with a MONDAY, TUESDAY, SLICED CARROTS !! Ii
|flee and after-dinner mints pastry tube you can decorate lb.45c ,
\er served. a cake in delightful fash WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Chops | J 3 10.... 89" ;'v 1 1S
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-o- ion.Whenever Pkl.. I
I David Foes of FalrvlewLV those delicious 5,6,7, 1964 '" ,'
| returned horn last needless grapes green or .ft'. Premium B Eye I In Butter SoueeSPINACH
Vnday. Mr. Foss has beenLgfjned golden-called Thompson are :
In the Veterans' Hoe. in ..alOn. we use the fruit to d" !I
vital at Bay PIn..'tII. lastewweeks. I make a Bunch of Grape; 5 pre a 10ka 89
He t* Just fine ends I cake.Our. 3 ? I
are happy to eel him back way Is to put togethertwo Stale/i Delicious '
Ihomi. cake l layers with apricotpreserve.
y
.-, irost_ with: whipped v A.' Waffle iz: 39t
nom" J. Walsh of Sea. cream and outline the seedless a Syrup .
.1.. arrived Mondayto '..
lord, L grapes over the cream la ..
te the Jiowe nest of his the shape of a bunch. A short For Hearty Breakfast Pillbur/t
brother and wI"-"-e, Mr. and SWIFT'S PREMIUM I
length of green item from thegrape "
Ilrs.'James Welsh on Fair finishes off our handi rIO... 2 Ib '
ww Drift work. This amusing decoration GOYERNMENT-INSPECTED Pancake .. . pig: I'
-o- 1 II delectable to eat; thefla.or 71't't-
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Mr Raymond Lit SHIPPED
llr and returned* to their home of the grape .. just QUICK. FROZEN NO Bugs My Lady
tleton

on Melody Iran a Lane three week last Thursday Journey -- fining right The with and cream the cake, apricot EVISCERATED \j, D Shelf Paper ;;?ti. 39c :,

te Camden Tens; St. following recipe produces
|l hula and Detroit In Camden sponge cake layers thai ::0
they visited Mr. Littleton's are perfect for this dessert; DUCKLINGS ..
mother una has been BeTtous- a little fresh orange Juice
)17 ill but is much improved and grated lemon rind attend Lady Beta
it this time tin.; Littleton to its good flavor Its texture
says she was very glad to I* fine; But one suggestion: Prune Juice 3 big.s1.::; .
lit back to sunny Florida as sponge cake mellow after a .
it was very cold up north refrigerator stay, so bake this
-aloe cake a day or two ahead of lb. 3 9c Hunt's Tangy I
Richards of Brook-to- serving Wrap the layers HTrick
Boy Trailer Ranch la convaleiclng tightly and chill them On the tomato Juice. r: 10C
at home now. He has day you are serving the dessert r .
been confined to the Venice put together the cake .'- -- ;
Hospital for a complete layers with the filling, then TetleyI'ea -
checkup. We are happy he b frost and decorate. .. I
beginning to feel much better 99c
at this time.-0- Bunch of Grapes Sponge Cake Bags-. 0 stpg- ''t I I.f

Mr. and Urn. WilliamThompson 1 cup sifted flour Dutch Choc., Butterscotch Chocolate, Vanilla l
of Overbrook Road 1 teaspoon baking powder
lit happy to have their loved *4 cup plus 1/3 cup sugar R 4 tan 51. i
.Metracal .fj
awe live dot*. Mrs. Thomp- 4 eggs,separated .
g'.sister and husband, Mr. W teaspoon salt :
and tin Robert L. Craig of H" teaspoon cream of tartar MAXWELL HOUSE { .
IndisMpoHs, hare bought a \i cup orange Juice
hunt at 1M Shamrock Bird., Vi teaspoon grated lemon INSTANT +
Venice Garden. Mrs. Thompm rind
Is bubbling over with joy tt cup apricot preserves
lo have her elder so doe*. (lm) =PU l'x' Coo : \
2 tablespoon brandy if, COFFEE ,
Mr. and Mrs Harold HuB desired Fnsh RasdFLAYO ,
Marls Street and Mr. and Cream Frosting
Mn, Fred McKinnes attend. IVi. cups seedless grapes
ed the Amanranth Court In the flour, baking VOLUME
Sift together
Cltanrater Mn Ban is Monday marshall evening.in the powder and 4 cup sugar. fane NO. a

tart and Mrs McKinnes is with white electric with celt beater and cream beat egg of 6J Ox. 7 9c .. c: town produce 1 \
manhall In the west and they
were guests of honor. They tartar until they land in soft the WESTERN ICEBERGLETTUCE r : ; only 39c
adhe installation o! peaks; gradually; adding
1/3 cup sugar<< beat until
Supreme Officers of
and
stiff. Without washing ,
Supreme Grand Royal very with LIMIT I PLEASE WITH : 10 YOLUMIINDEa
beater beat egg yolks s
IOn Fred McKinnes la th'l
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Part Royal Patron of orange juice lemon rind and PURCHASE OF $3.00 OR MORE 79' .,
Sunshine Court of sifted dry Ingredients at :
I I medium speed for 1 minute. Forge 9' "
Mr. and Mrs.. HomerThorpe Fold In egg whites. Head I Iz ,:
long time resident of Turn into 1 ungreased round
6t Lout, retired four years 8 by 1% inch layer cake pans, I .
.to and moved to Manasota Bake In a slow (32S degrees) EXTRA I O SO ,'
Garden They returned to St over for 35 minutes or until CRISP PASCAL 50 uuu FRE E .
Louis to visit their two cake tester Inserted In center : ,I
daughters and husbands, Mr. come out clean. Cool on wire Green Stamps ,
nd Mrs. Edmond: Riechen rack for 30 minute; turn CELERY wltlt All coupon. .n4 Nidiuo oft i ,
and Mr. and Mr. Tom Hott- I Red Heart Liver Dog Food : &
wedding te, to celebrate their golden out.Put cake together with PENNY-SAVEP 2 toll cans 29e I : j 4 4it '
anniversary Sept. apricot preserve (mixed .
4Ni' W"' r' '
17th. The Immedlete'familyenjoyed with brandy if used). Cover BLUE Stalk 1 Oc 0 ;
dinner on their annl- top and sides with Cream OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

HauryAeeemblrIRoom. Frosting. With a toothpick ,
On outline the shape of a bunchof ,
Saturday Sept. 19, a reception grapes on top of cake. Till DETERGENT'IOO e.wtT IOO 50me.tmso:
was held for Mr. and simulate '
In with grapes to a
Mrs Thorpe at the do this easily J" Green Stamps I.na
home. relatives bunch to
with about 100 J" Green Stamps ... Wrwwdrwdew.h
place the grapes in one layer. w* "I'l
and friends. In the evening Refrigerate. .M.__w 4 *,,*-01 PreservesGiant
Strawberry
Kraft'
a dinner was given at the I BATH OIL )o
CAPRI :>\
Hoetta home where 3S invited C 18-ot. 55e I
I 01
Cream Frostbit; 79c plus tOIl ,
guests attended. Well over 100 2 9 '

card from and. Inclueflntelegrams telegrams were reMlved '114 I I tablespoons cups heavy sugar cream Pkg. 80000000000090000208 SQ20000000200000000EJ !

such Gen. II
notables as
Dwight D. Elarnhower Gov. rsrrls Bryant lc'\'ers of conratulatlons IOO
Into deep small-size WITH IOO WFREE
( from Richard a LIMIT 1 PLEASE .,,1tDJ
bowl. Beat until C
Nixon and Evan"list Billy mixing In soft peaks. OF $3.00 OR MORE 1..1 o S71' Green Stamps I ,
\,
stands PURCHASE Stamps .
cream
Graham. Green :>> M*kit WU M cyi
telegrams They from aim Lawrence received -0Good I << NA...__......._... I O:>> COFFEE> MATE : I'I,

Welk, Walter Bremen and a One-A-Day Multiple Vitamins c:>> 6-oi. |tar 49c I '
SI. Louie favorite, Charlotte ,' Dinner chicken M 60-ct. bot. $1.96 :. urn,a W 1) ,rr" r:;:, I j'
Piters. to prepare !
Th. Easy
Thorpes have re
turned happy memories to Florida with many with*.flavor that wins convert SQ.ooo [o[ woo8 O O Oooooooooo_ __ ':''t ; ,

-0..0 Savory Oven__. .Chicken M I, ::1
b na ( Oe.xRTr: 650 ;
ror. and Mrs. Robert Bailey Rice WIW UO""' "4d 4w o EXTRA1ol(5OF&P 50 _
j of St. Clair Road recently re- and Almond 50-mI :
turned from a 10-day vaca- Trench Peas Green Salad Jw Green Stamps f l
tlon< ind tour of Kingston Janialca. Cream Coffee Mold J" Green Stamps m ..! ... ... ,
sow rq a 004- -
They were aCC n'lp'- Beverage DELICIOUS Ma ale Wrne.4......_.. ; Q SWIFTS PMMIUM SLICED COOXHPPIRIO .. '' I ,'
Wed by: and Mr*. William Ord Heart Beet Dog Food C 1 ITALIAN HAM = '1,1' +
Jennings of New Port Savory Owes Chleken FLAVOR-PERFECT :>> 6 pkg. 69c
29 -os. '
2 tall can
>tci
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They r ae" I
spent! several day at Iti .0 w. Oot.
about J:1
the 1 broiler-fryer ( n tees 1 \ p
Courtlelgh Manor Hotel '
*Kingston and several day pounds ready to cook 00000000000000000000 'OQ.Qiomo..OOOOOOOOOO
5.the Golden Head Beach weight) FRUIT
Hotel In Oriel be.... Taey 14 pound butter or margarine
were the guttts of manager
Bob Mattox formerly of Yen. 1 tablespoons lemon juice "
Ice. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey: Own 1 teaspoon saltteaspoon COCKTAIL I
,nd operate the "ShU. Patio"they Ili. paprika 'C
needed slid enjoyed. the much V4 Have teaspoon chicken garlic cut powder into 10 ; 'seesse PRICES EFFECTIVE IN ;i'C

to i iI
veeetlono. pteee! ; wash Bd.dry. tiltflllow
'The!: > St. CeeelU Circle of Bt baking dish Into t
CITY.
Phael's Catholic, Church which chicken will Just fit- i ; ; TAMPA, PLANT
*P1 hold their-first meeting about W by 1 inch*"-melt #303 19C
of the season In}. the church the butter!!stir in the remain.Ing Con '.
AI D
Jn on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at Ingredient to blend Turn B BRANDON .
to coat MA I1KETf
: 0pm.J11 chicken in a mixture
on both sides; turn skin side \ ' l
nib. Bake In a moderato ((375 VENICE YIEnglewoodOverbrook 'j'
few ,
best tit keep )roar traps degree) oven tender-swu bestlnrf a ; 45 r
at times.I of tlm.IntU .
f" The use
nee 1 traps In.Florida during minute''Serve,With Makes the b utery 4eervnge. I t ,;
the open season for deer Is pen J"16"
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I 'I 4-Th. GONDOLIER- -- Venice, FU. Sun, Oct 4, 1964 re Barone I .,' !.e MUTer/

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i,f\ By Thursday

I Ij
j American ;
)( gue live sO"'a: the event for Sow)
:; Joe Barons : be j County, *
__1i a the
Sen.
Henderson>ilIII(,
test !
gency I
guest speaker at
4 % The the jJ5!

I : :1 ;; teur under Radio : GOP nesday Women's at 12:SO meeting pro at wS c,.
: : .
: ro's Venetian Moon. H,
test of the "ill
::1 : talk on
]
cy plan at I at amendment.hlch
Fire concern area specifically.
: Y : t They 'were : on A movie on the life of Ban
\L nL national ry Goldwater] will be eh
: test. Area : ,- also, Mrs Busbey said C.
pating Barker, campaign chalnWsaid
? Ed Jones, the all candidates for oflS
ra D. Baird,. are invited and will be intro.!
a Barone. red duced to members Ths DU\ .
The lie may attend.OrchId .
Is to ral

ties gency in the : at

that might of SocietyHas
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BIRTHDAY; LUNCHEON SPEAKER at the Ceclllan Music spelling one of the table decorations, left to right, Mrs. pacitate :U ; :: ; en
i till 1 Society meeting Thursday was Mrs. Jean Sharp, second Johanna Maler, program chairman; Mrs. Paul Webinga, lions Bradenfon
: from right, erf Sarasota. She is shown with club officers in- president; Mrs. Clyde Higel, Seminole District president., a group
operators Guest At Meet

ifq! Sarasotan Speaks At Cecilian Meet stations ed their for Mrs Venice Area Orchid Society t
I ill : and guest speaker Wednesday;
: be M. J. Bates of Bradentot

Some 60 members and the meeting, held at a local times trying, work done with Pablo Canals, whom he ac- : He will, discuss importing
guests of Cecilian Music Society private club.: Luncheon arrangements English singer John Coates companied to London for con- Dental i : handling letting the establishing best and ...
I gathered for the federated were made by early in Moore's career. He cert appearances, as "the ; chlds. The species of ON
I club's thirteenth annual Mrs. Bernard Smith Mrs also worked with John Mo world's greatest musician"and Offers meeting will be it
7:30
I I I birthday party Thursday and James Hightower was in Cormack and Elena Gerhardt states that this is the ; : pm of at the community
of decorations and during that period and today biggest assignment he ever Active room Sarasota Federal
heard Mrs Jean Sharp, Sara- charge a
t be Savings and Loan
Assn
sots newspaper columnist, short pre-luncheon program lists contemporary lingers had.The members w I r ;
I speak on the life of Gerald Mrs. Sharp was introducedby Victoria de los Angeles, Elizabeth talk by Mrs. Sharp, a November Members are to bring
i I Moore, famed accompanist. her friend, Mrs Johonna Schwartzkopf and Dietrich popular speaker at Cecilian Sara-Mana blooming] orchid plants for
\ Mrs Paul Webinga, Society Maier, program chairman.The Fischer Dleskau as meetings, was the fourth she Society to I the display] tables Friends
i : president, was in charge of invocation was given by "three of my favorites at the i has delivered here in recent tology Paul and member' guests art In.
: Mrs D. C. Gordon and Mrs present time." He describes years vember. vited.
.IF E. W. Rayburn read the col be
lect. The hymn of the month, by Oct. 10 a-
I
f' ARLIE GRAY "Oh, Word of God Incarnate," Public Invited To Workshop Welker of Fall
.i ': ART SCHOOL & GALLERY was sung by Mrs Jay Lumleyand be reached Special!
CLASSES IN DRAWING Mrs Jerry Meadows, accompanied 924--488. A
PAINTNG Non-members are Invitedto ly for discussion on set con-
. AND by Mrs. Lester I in first struction, cost of DANCE
anNei. Demwh: +tbe. Wendt. participate the decorating, makeup charged. CLUBS
of Little Theatre and
meeting lighting, acting
r 1M W. VtnlM Ani Mrs. Sharp, a newswrlter stage The LESSONS
Workshop Tuesday at 8 technique.
i with an amateur's liking for p.m In six S Parties Weekly
: at the theater at Venice Airport A produced
program en-
music, became a music columnist inning[ : 1 Only $%.80 I
tirely the
by
Kt. through her critical workshop committee Dental
work and her own studies and The workshop committee will be presented later sponsoring ; COMPLETE PROGRAM ,
t. r et contact with the musical headed by Jerrie Becker and in the season can apply 8 Private Lessons, I
t;,' world. She is not a professional Joan Dillon are especially renewal 4 Group Lessons,
e e musician, which she says, desirous of having all area certified
SenIor/ Citizens Ru- 4 Socials
t both Increases her fascination resident. who are InterestedIn ans Jr. Of : I Istructor.
\ i.r with the field and had required learning about Little Theatre I f ONLY $32
i STATE / her to pursue the subject productions attend. Meet WednesdayVenice : TEENS YOUNGER
i and
,I' concentratedly] She current. There is no age limit and ; 1* Private
Senior Citizens will College- .
ly writes for a Sarasota paper previous theatrical experience Lessons, $32 W fT&
..
and lectures on the subjectShe is not necessary, Mrs have a business meeting Wed- : ar U Group S'MT'
reviewed English accompanist Dillon said."Workshop. nesday at 1:30: p.m. at VenIce Vfctt I an, Lessons, $30.M *%V/
: -Civic Center, Bill Schultz, Venice ] V
I t. Gerald] Moore's Is fun for Register Now
-
ANCEs recent book, "Am I Too everyone president, in charge. Refreshments members
ef'r Loud?" in which he discusseshis -It is a friendly group will be served after home in : : Fred Astaire I
t working together and gaining
lengthy career in the field the meeting and cards will They will c ]
(which began when he "as experience in the various" be played during the afternoon 9:30: a.m. I : ,
soon as I could toddle was phases of producing a play:, will lunch at I DANCE STUDIOS
; I seized and flung, literally, at she said. Can 958-6675 or Stop it1Z33
I the piano") and the famous Sam Roth, assistant tech- Deliveries'n turn Gulfstream Avenue
:.t artiste with whom he has nical director, will explain il Sarasota, ns.II .
worked. the stage area to those interested II Between IP a.m. to 10 p,m.
At 69, he today can choose in backstage work. I
0"" his engagements and works Those Interested in acting !
with only his favorite Inter- will take part in a play] .read ; lb 0 iM011I
n"1 national artists, Mrs. Sharp Ing.
: : said. He contributes much of Plans have been made for WC'LL BEOPEN
] his success to the hard and at the workshop to meet week- T : AGAIN

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VENICE GARDEN CLUB members heard SHOP
I talk by Wayne Hibbs of Sarasota, left
I : ri ct. the growing of orchids by amateurs at : for tile

"iI I Ii 1 blooms meeting, from Thursday his company and saw an and exhibit the of

I : collections of Venice Orchid Society
/ bers. He Is shown describing the Invite you
i above, to President Mrs. Donald C. Stev
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n-ecallopedupot
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cironl and cheeseweaN '
$ 59 $ 63
>rt a rice casserole 1 To
'
6
use cooked firma -
CbL Chi.
n e mixed with cream ,
a plus lots of diced pl.o -
and top with grated \
/ '.
x'cooked vegetable is t CERBER BEECHNUT OAPPS i;( lf1P l
with the ham and
unary
Instead, you might like :;
rvt a molded salad made o 4 Baby rood i
\the new mixed vege- C
favored gelatin. Such FXCELL
etll, offering! When turn- Regular I !
III, of its mold, the top is Prices Effective Oct 5 Tkn 7VENICE Smart, Thrifty/ Shoppers Ready Save Wtlh KWIK( CHBCs SAYE
ny color the studded bottom with a pretty thei Everyday Low Prices-Deep Cut Specials and Oaf Top Valve Jar !: 2c

r i of shredded carrot Stamps For Easy Christmas Shopping. )

ju USf gold i ring of mold pineapple.for the If r-''_' ______________________________ : _
d /fill the center with STORE
d'ireens rith greens.rench ; otherwise. surd ONLY Limit One With $3 or More Order ASTOR INSTANT ( DRAGON LONG GRAIN ..

bread or hot hisS -
will be needed as an ac- I :
Quantity Rights Referred e
/T1ent to the main
pal p, For dessert, what _
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and coffee lbth SAVE
Layer Buffet Salad
packages (1 ounces each) B-ISculls
mixed vegetable flavored :
pled gelatin
Inspoon salt
upi boiling water
tablespoon lemon Juicecup THIIFTYMADEvap.
commercial sour 3 01. 8e 0 OZa .
ream
cup cold watercup Can Milk
shredded carrots BLUE BAT Jar c .
can ((8% ounces) plneap- 9 I
pie tidbits -- Turin SAVE No.1 1 Tall
s mixing bowl, stir to- 10 sAVE '

her the gelatin and lemon, salt,Juice boil.water FREE THIS WEEK NeVicog 40c Can 3c i r.

I gelatin dissolves.
LImit
emove Ml cup of the mix- MarCrest'l I
It a small mixing bowl; a ion Three 19 .
Ilybeat In the sour cream SAVE LIMIT TWO WITH OTHER PURCHASES KEUOOO'S : 1
\\4 cup of the cold water FUTURISTIC PATTERN 6. THRIFTY MAID t .
until blended. Pour Into CORN FLAKES ;
"'1uart mold. Chill until ..
but. not firm. Dinner Fork Apple Juice25T
to the remaining gelatin 8 ox. Pkgs. I
lure, stir the carrots, unmet 2 SAVE 17cASSORTED -.Sc :
pineapple and reIning With Coupon From Book & $5 or More OrderRedeem 32 ozBOttle. \ .

H cup cold water. the valuable coupons from the booklet T
U until slightly thickened. you received In the mail for Tableware, Special COLORS
a i over the layer of the
NAWANAN
Bargains and Bonus TOP VALUE STAMPSI!
,1m U until mixture in the mold. Rea er Yellow .
firm.
Unmold Gar. DIAL SOAP 1

servings.with salad greens. Makes [al K R. : P CJ'AtS' Ph

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11
FARE D1XI6 DARLINGTwirls UmitFour
noted this way, carrots -
ISh plement Steaks fish Potatoes Rye Bread 16 OL Leal' 19c ( 4C e WienerS

New York Carrots DIXIE DARLING COCONUT SAVE 5c PLAIN OR IODIZED. I

pple Crisp Salad York Bowl Carrots BeverageNew . 2 6 P ak Pkg. 49c Bc ASTOR SALT 12 Pkg.L 31e SAVE

medium carrots DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH LOAP limit 11tre Chdce .

mall branch onion and,1 peeled tablespoon Bread . Lge. 20 OL Loaf( 25c a 26 limit oz.Two Pkg. 5c

(minced) parsley .'1
hole cloves SAVE 5c

I teaspoon each salt and
sugar
a teaspoon white pepper
'i I tablespoons butter
1 cup boiling water
''i to 2 teaspoons lemon .
juice .1.1j'
alt carrots; cut in half
sswlse; cut each half into I
ticu. Gently boil carrots, 1 5 LfT: .
vend, with onion, parsley .
anCh, cloves, salt, sugar, j' \
poor,1H tablespoons of the
tIer and the water until 1 1I 1cj I
crisp s to 10 min. \\I
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Baked; Beans Cole Slaw '



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' ,- GONDOLIER Venice, FI. s..II., Oct 4, 1964 -:'- I "





if( Cover

'
l the FBI admitted that fed8l'll
that WOUld be Used tO pa yfcJ!
Mobitl- organization supporting
( strikes: one e.nbe.u let
l -
; of the the anti-poverty bill IS
To The Editor: com- never have 1I1IIik
received
; I wish to commend the in the slonal approval It is con*,:'
Venice FIre Department, : : : ous that the taxpayers outrs".
MEMBER: or TBS ASSOCIATED MS** aassW or rn rumm rusus ASSOCIATION Venice Police Department all the be tricked into shag
i and the Farley Funeral of the funds to subsidize wUlkf
j" thl d.araWd ..... be oil Home for the splendid job news
b eab..r.dnd I sponslbl
i a.l.gwh .rrtbd w rq.blb.e..f mws dW Ie virtually
It a ea Ilhorwlll -,".. .. WS. seven ..d .'.. IDeal .w aNbW4 bens AU rleb.. d r..ba..ti.. did in handling the fire Moblll. crI
SS
I .. '.ei.l' d......".... ... .... n..Lt I they projects >for social rend
tho .... .nd bee d.e1WM wt..t d Ob .b a.wlebW red lilt _bU.._ II which burned part of my had Exposure of thus S
I, .000oi, rorbld' w ........_ house, Monday evening, Sept. in concerning MobUlz UoiT2
t i- ...... . 23.) to Youth almost certatoh
ANYMI Y..d..M Thumb ra. B Bum A volunteers '.iI\\
The departments with forms have effects far
St.d La. I..d Om M.tur Al Part OMta. *t raw north beyond lilt
and employees were protest limits of New
I York City ,.1 l
: EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher on the seen within minutes. h when Rep. William Miller the

) COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager I Also\ Dillon, I wish of your to commendSam staff, for -, publican nominee mad vice clear PJ'ea1deutb1

SAM DILLON .. ............................. News and Newsphoto Editor his job getting the story for into the the matter of communist: Aug U*

ROGER KILBY....,............................... Mechanical Superintendent : : :I not filtration into a private Q
I ;
I bills for taxpayer assisted orj.sC
I I But tlon in the S
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $3.23 per year, W 23 per six months, $2.71 is an city is "very nation's r2
much
I per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of county $6.25 per year, H.2J had fed palgn Issue" 1
,
'I t per six months $3 per three month I be
I ad..RWn. tmrmmtfUimt flo U* ttmt Strrfck H lii..m> Ha.I _. Nwro.Ne ..J l design The issue is whether the
; ... . Nrw Y1 'YOUR ministration is goingin .2
d.a. T rt. M. I | AtlMUk car Dnrmt JJThere's : : Ken !
tend its tolerance ot Ie",3!
I' in anti- ers to the point where *S
: sample may operate with federal:

. i ::1 :j A Difference obtain the on funds.mind that It should there be has bona beqcleflnlt.e ill i

trend In this din*.
1 Involves the Goldwater Within recent weeks tier had tlon during the last 8%
I Every political campaign a sires known. The polls, yeir .
has been considerable public rs.1
'' I series of questions questions that can spokesmen My, do not adequately reach discussion relative to our system
t'l : only be answered if' they Ire answered these voters end so will be proven massively of higher education in

'i It all, by the voters at the polls. That In error.Certain Florida. One of the matters
i which has been Injected Into
; ts true this year as In all campaign year elements whose possible effect these discussions is that of COUNTY
i 1 But now there is a difference. The big ts anyone's guess now, are new this yearend academic freedom.
: questions being presented to the electorate add still another question mark to the This matter goes to the
very heart of learning. It addresses
cut deep indeed. They go to the situation. They are the result of the civil- itself to the purposesof

roofs of our initiations, tradition beliefs rights controversy and the new lew. This, our state universities and operate.:7

j I r and wants. They involve matters of t b can be argued should not be a political ' the climate. It involves in which equally they operate the-

a such profound importance M the power ) 'issue, and both the candidates seem responsibilities of our unl-\
of government; the responsibilities of i individuals to feel that way. But it will Inevitably versitlea and of those who

; the obligations and rights of the have its influence-possibly even a decisive teach goes our also young to the people.right Andit of BURNS

states; all manner of welfare activities Influence. An example Is the attitude the people to raise questions

f'. end proposals; the relationship, of the of labor. The national leaden are about operated.Two bow .our universitiesare

citizen with those who govern him. solidly for the President. But whether that years ago the board of
I .I' Then from I purely political I point of will bring him the unanimous vote of all control with the assistance of

,;' '' view this year's election may bring about union. members Is another and very different universities representatives wrote from a the policy state q. '''f'f ra.w

realignments of and shifts in the power matter. statement on academic freedom
structure of far-reaching significance. It Writing in The Reporter A. H. Raskin and responsibilities
::1 i I certainly looks now as if the old Democratic of The New York Times deals with this. which has served as a model
for governing boards of the
ye, hold on the South has been badly To quote him, ". private polls taken nation. :
shaken the commentators generally under union auspices In several Northern The board has been concerned

l re agree that Senator Goldwater will mate centers indicate that the white backlash consistent that with this responsibility freedom,,

CI heavy inroads there. On the other side, against Negro pressure for faster Integration exist upon our campuses Inline
the Democrats seem to be making head* draws much of its strength from with the objective which
the board set forth in Its policy
'I y way in the Middle West one a Republican rank-.nd-fU! unionists in the mass-prodsa statement, and that a

/ r stronghold. tion Industries as well as from those In wholesome atmosphere exists
t II" W* hear much of the defection that the Mclinionist skilled! trades . a pollin at all times. I share that con
and time ata
cern, some ago
t ; are supposed to be taking plea witt.it" one large Teamster local in New York news conference, I had this

( conservative Democrats flocking to the showed a 7-3 margin for, the Republican to say
I JI GOP standard for the first time and with Presidential nominee with civil rights asa "I have spent a great deal '
of time trying to define for
liberal Republicans looting favorably en major factor." Workers/ fear that the myself academic freedom. It

Mr. Johnson But the biggest question of fair employment provision of the Civil Is, of course, a part of free-

them all, politically speaking, is whetheror Rights Act threatens their |Job security dom."It doesn't rise to any high

not the Goldwater thesis, on which his wage levels, seniority provisions,. and er levels or sink to any lower
whole campaign Is built, ts true. That other gain and privilege. Union heads, depths than other elements of

thesis simply holds that vast numbers of among others/ are now trying to dissipate freedom."It is like freedom of the
Americans are opposed to the directionthe this fear. press it is bound by certain

federal government hat taken, ever Finally this ts a campaign with a deep limitations. It Is necessary
that it certain
since the New Deal days and that now emotional content. Feeling, not Iud thinking and carry certain responsibilities privileges .-

for the first time in all these years. they runs high on both sides. That has not The thing that I have GOVERNOR !
will have the chance to mate their de- often been the call In the past been striving in my own mini:
to achieve, is first\ a distinction
between academic freedom
and academic: license.: of Sarasota County (sash a*

And secondly, a framework ) will work diligently with county
I I U National Newspaper WeekNational for the proper enforcement of I
whatever restrictions are ap- ( HAYDON BURNS hit aI

i make him .
I winner in Sarasota
Newspaper Week .Is to be A good newspaper ts, In I sense, a watchdog Zip 'Em FasterAt
I I i observed Oct. 1117. And when over of the public. It stands for integrity I

those days, editors risk the appearanceof and fair dialing In public and privet Christmas

Immodesty by blowing their own horns affairs Newspapers, on Innumerable occasions Widespread use of the new I Rebi..as for 6 Tniranr.SUAA *"rtw.Ceaaltteet.

11! j I 1 they have a right and *n obligation to have unearthed and revealed violations Zip Code in mailing Christmas

I j do [lust that. of trust that would otherwise have parcels the speed this year of deliveryby can increase

I I I The local I newspaper provides a service remained forever buried. And newspapers 24 hours Venice Postmaster

rl that is unique, irreplaceable and 0 have successfully fought for every conceivable J. Douglas Arnall declared
this week.
!j fundamental part of our national life. kind of reform, often against Arnall was the speaker at
I I, Its pages tell en endless story of the disheartening. odds, that the public Interest the Tuesday luncheon meeting
!. y vents, great and small, that influenced demands.No of the Venice Area Noon
j Lions.
j determine the destinies of each of other nation has a press quit lit* Putting the Zip Code Into

i us. There is good newt and bed-but, ours. ranging as it does from great metropolitan greater use in mailing yule
whatever its character it Is of the parcels will according to Ar d'n
part dailies down to the smallest of null do much to eliminate the
scheme of things. Only the newspapercan the weeklies. of backlog of undelivered mail
country Every one our w
adequately record it-and keep Itas which accumulates rapidly 'yyn .
(ij I history In the ever-growing files of thousands of papers, each working; in Its during the Christmas season. .11P
Arnall said the holiday
past issues. own special way h I vital pert of the) eels will be sent to sectional: per.

.' I Beyond this there ts no freedom more greet edifice of freedom on which this centers for distribution via

f I : vital I than that ef freedom of the press. country rests. be Zip sorted Code Instead and sent of to having specific to

pout offices as In the past
: The local post office official
also noted that more
1'
) than 250 post offices In the
Library Column
fp larger cities of the U. S. now
I f'l. ,: provide their patrons with
I same-day mall delivery And
I by B. tan Newton he declared that this la faster '
W J' Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY than the service provided by M..4 seas 51 aub.
'" all postal systems: of the ; .'
world combined.He e
JOHN DONNE ((1573-1431)) was I Whom, the Ml toll/ ; // tolls/ for Me.. Post, Office also related Department how the cooperates ?

great Metaphysical poet and Dean of St., Donne composed some lyrics and one with other agenciesof
} jr'I' Paul's Cathedral In London. of' them strikes a familiar note-Go and the federal government In
LORD David Cecil characterizes Don Catch a Falling Star. providing services other than
man delivery. He said these
4; ne's language as "colloquial, his rhythms In his An Anatomy of the World the extra services Include the "0/ course he walks like he own the neighKorltooAl/ saves at Sarasota 'TeSeral
!1 complex, his imagery audacious." English divine wrote "mollifi it with thy registering of alien for the '
Department of Immigrationand where most o/ the dollars tome from to build these hornet." >
Il j, Donne had *n exalted reputation among teares or sweat, or blood. Immediatelythis Naturalization and the
i' + hit contemporaries Later his work rank brings to mind "I have nothing to sale of migratory bird stamps

I'I Into oblivion but was revived in this century offer but blood, toil tears and sweat" for terior.the Department of the In. h

t by T. S. Eliot. eloquently spoken by a pr.sent-d y great Postmaster Arnall further ,After you've seen your
t, Ernest Hemingway's choice of his magnificent Englishman cited the tremendous! rate of I.
,1af of the Venice Post :>f. Realtor or builder SAil .
growth
and title for hit boot .sOft"
l epigraph TAKE HEED OF LOVING ME by Elite-
j byelMI11
fie. He said postal receipts that kerne _
fOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS from Don. beth Gray Vinlng Is the fictionalized have increased 35 per cent new step (p rID ?

i ".'a Devotions assured the preacherpoeta I 109r1phy of John Donne In your Pub- from July through Septemberas and see erne .f f our loa aarkya and loan aeeoetatio"officers (

new prestige. Donne's own words ere: lie Library. Naturally the dean I Is represented period compared last year.with the same fr low test fi.

Any meow death oVm/n/iAes/ / me In the Oxford Book of English AmaU'f talk was one of e saucing It'* May to get.
i 61C01I1, I em /involved lit Mankind; Verse. series of public service talks IXMNTOWN bull, CAli fill ebUGXTC w VENICEn.
being sponsored by the noon W5MRatr a twit mm*!* tetMueinen/gleM' w"'",
And therefore save MAO to jbiow for USE YOUR LIBRARY. .,time club,
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JIf TmI eot"T.! : lt1JWIC'S: COtrftT TH THB COUNT Jimci'8 rhNIRT The GONDOLIER, Venice. Fie._Sung Ocf. 4, 1964-7 i
Off' AND AlOTA COUNTY' IN AND FOR iARAKOTA COUNTYFLORIDA. ., "
VOr;A. IN' PROBATBIN

IH RIt, LaTAT0 ollDATIi RRt UTA Till OF NOTIrK OF' INTENTION 10..1 II ;
BERNICe FAUST KNIGHT rAUMNU' UAUEt BACKKTT.DoDowd. William It. WottrLb. M%. I
tBUIHTER FICTITIOU/ NAME
TO
BKRNICH FAUST MARTIN.. Jm. nil I 1
tea rrobata YIN
Tbt ._1."r' oanlfrthat Haloa A. WdHriob. Kl* .1
I Dawsd Prohata Fll No. tK)4NOTICB
CREDITOR Intontloo b ta tbaClrk
TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO *W kr oondiKtlni a foamH It to our -r.
AND PERON8HAVING food oao* ta loath Vanloa, iaiaaoUCountr. of Ih* Clrout. wd fa0.eao1.
PERSON TO ALL CREOrrOR
TO ALL CREDITOR AND s
r .. Florida, rutalor
th flrtltlmunam te Cou.tr Jo
slob
DEMAND CLAIMS OR DEMANDS P1mU. .
HAVING CLAIMS OR
..
." .
AGAINST RAID ESTATE of 'Hickory F.....' and that Uia aid lama of "Hlrkoir rare,
AGAINST AID ESTATE I sold bu.I... la Hnpciaal of U>* filllowlaf *. the. pro.tateoa' of Ohaptw X> ll. I I'd.
Yam natlflad and roqult<*dto dead
-'--- hpraby Ton lea h.Nbr notlflMl and Ala of 1MU
and Um
flla any .lain. oamand wbleb pa.a .to flla lain or dead: rhlok. : fa ffrmnnt waoM nimi : aajtl sob rh
*ar ,
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followiiWHIIam
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nar h.va solat Ui* >>uu .., I/A6
CLASSIFIED ADS I Rentals Business Personals Money To Loan Boralo Paint Kalcht, abs BarnloaVon .. ltab.1\ Biok"'t, Damud, lato rid. H WV..I. FloIToIra' I dur WILLIAM H. RIOTTRIC5' '5e.n9SOLRN
s Poost Muth, D.e.ae5 Mu d Saw 4,0,01. Canty r6Ni. In Oh. dSi Vlorida.Ownarahlp A, WOTIltlGS: ISe.ll "
CASH RATES I as.O..nq JOHhi l FIooId.GRAHAM.County In 555. ofl"S._. eI f... .0 Ha. JOHN ". GRAHAM, low *i of tt.\1\:\ .Vanloi.. .k a. tol- Publish Bqb 51, fa. 0.15 5 II, 1555 ," II
h I FURNISHED DUPLEX: 1 ABC SECRETARIAL SER BUSINESS OR PROPERTY T. na Cream Jodra In th* Cant Cook Jr
<< Judy. I II the Ooantr Care Boon at BaraMta. Florida within ahealaodar Ii
1a I bedroom. Near beach and VICE. Ph. 483-4406. Mimeographing I Loans. Unlimited funds Hoiu at BaraooU. Florida. within alBolonaar ,> monlha from |h. dau of th.Inrt '
1d Word MinimumONE . Month. from tha dots of ( publlntlo of thta NMIoa.Kaoh if
12- jetties 4884602 dlstaphone General available. Personal appointment !
neatpa bllo.Uoa alaln or damand oniit b* I I. VENICE COINS ,
of'n't: :
and Statistical Typing, arranged S.M., Box Earh claim or b* I5.Hen. .rl"n,. and Is dupllal.I aril ..aaN. I' 11
INSERTION8c 4 ROOM DUPLEX 2 bedrooms Malting, Temporary Office 748, . .. *o< I.I oiollaatai. shall '*.. plea I 0 oldna and .,a eN1n HAS MOVED TO ,j"" J
.. 1
.
I Ih pl laaa of .Id. > and port or/tea the: Clalm.ot .M8 M
Word acreened-ln porch. Placement, Bookkeeping, all add... af tha 01.1......I tell o* : = .."t, th. Claimant, tila sat West Venice Avenue : I
310
Per Seasonal. Robert Bay Drive General Office Routine. Legal rwora to or. tha Claimant hi. anotor Se I ah.ll b* Moompanlad
Nokomls. Phone 488-1333. bla. atUtrnrv i hall ho aoomnpanlodbr a l.i; flllnt foa ud *nr Mob VENICE'S ONLY COIN SHOP I I
IItt Dreaimaktng, alteration* a II.7i flllnf fa*. and any ash oaaiand aot a. flM ahallra I
.
THURSDAY STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP .(aim ot dn.n.5 *o flM.. ..hallka void./ Tha flllnt fM mar b* addolto 1'
SUNDAY AND ON THE BEACH at Casey draperies, ete. Reasonable MANAGEMENT AND CIRGUWTiNAct { vota Tka fill 0,. mar 'b* addad the .. .at of .l.ltn, and ..lainform. WE BUY COINS ,
488-1130 *> tea amonat of alalm, and aloha Mao .. obtalnad frooi Ui* Cowttr I
ttId Key 1 and 2 bedroom ( of Otabur M. IMIrSootlmMM. form nu, obtalnod from fie Oar Juitr... of fir.M. .. ALSO !
TIUo M. Uriud ...... Coo.) '. .
70c Each apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 t, Jodia offloa.HAEEL B. BACKtm, '
and $1,200. Call Don Heath .I. 1>... d Zillas. 5.OWabw 15 LEWI. a AdmlahtMa. d LL.. ENaaa SNYDER HEARING AID SERVICE I
SHEPARDLUMBER tied AMlllanr. Adialntotrator a.L. Pallor IMbeI 5aka4Allan' '
IdI Etch Additional Word 468-2151 or 488- 688. L Tltlo of PnbllooUool Tbo Goodollor. M of th* Eitata of Barnlo Fau.tKnl.ht -.s. 13 Year In Sarasota County '
I (Ie . ,. .., \
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Bravwalt A ftrowa.Bri
la kn Brn4o i
CO. *
Ia TRAILER WITH I .. Frag..on.F of Fvblkwllool.. TwlotHcatlcni r..., Martin. __. Jackwn B Bradford, VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE
CABANA
AW.me ...... H_ A Lphedislode. Attornoy for Admlntotrator.VanleoNohomla 'I
lea' p, A... All-Co tm fc fha.1. carport, screened porch, $1003 N. Washington Blvd. t r..T: eI ...... .ffIee eI 00b. /? Poser a Lithe BI..... Baaa skip.Val. .. CALL 488.1880 I ,
? -ha ....... eI M _II until 111M loot Miami Aona.Vtnloa Yonl... /",.5.hhILA ., Flarld.. I
4 t. ....,tI.. M rnt* .o Dee 1st. Dell Goodhart Saraiota araaata Coanty. Florida MM*.. tl. 55 Od C. 11. I"C PuhIIhl Sept et. I.. pct C. 11. I" .
b/awh l th.n.nWo. Padua Court Rt 2. Nokomla I. Lor.Uoa of Haadqn.rtm or to*
'Jr.W h.wtae d do was
4II 1 oil for OM.M,"*Nplla 0" ra.a.e.rI..' I.. O.. 10 2 BEDROOM houses nicely ELLIOTT PAUL *111-114 aro. u Bart Coon.Miami.. Florida. Arena MSN.I .Vontoa. DISTINCTIVE LARGERReal

.u.ar furnished. Walking flla- for Hanoi and addraiaoi of piiMUhar,
.4IW,. ud manaalnadltor.. Idltor il I
1 tance to beach: Utilities In ROOF TRUSSES PMbllihtrl Edward O Ball P. O eat I Estate
CLASSIFIED DISPUY cluded. Flshlnf and boating. 711, Vmloa' Florida Not.. InI Edltorl I ornerJD
1hi
Inch .U.oc Yearly or seasonal. 488-5127. Alum. Windows & Door. S.mnal VmlM. B Florida.T : Dllkm.:. III So. Harbor Dr. :

y Edition per Contract Roofing & Painting 0....... Val.,, Mvwapaoara r...,
0I' 4th Edition, per Inch. .$3.60 FURNISHED I Rooms, bath. Phone 488.2132 Venice P. O. Boa 74, Vanloa. Florida lido . ..11'0. .... 1 I II
ward D Ball Pioldmt. P O I ,
Yearly rate $85. Menendes Vanle*. Ploeidse; larr B: ar'O'.
I'd Apt.. 517 Menendei. Phone Troai. P O, Vnlo, Ftor.Id. '
LINER ADS TYPEWRITERS and Adding .i lid O: Boon. A't': Soo. t: O Bos It's A Honey I .
488-3012. SHORES
1811I. Purls. Flmia. GULF '
D $1.30 Per Inch Machines (mechanically operated 5. 1[..... bndhoIAnn. pmeh.pa. BUSINESS PROPERTY 1
FURNISHED APARTMENTS ) Chemically cleaned! .nil other aofurlty holdn ooh or bath
Clot Golf Court ft Beach 2 bedroom, 2 ,
to ,
any of total AREA B-2 CITY
eedl like new. Just $1250 plus holding- p r or mor 4 LOTS 50x200 EACH-GOOD I
reasonable Walk to beach
amount of bad mortiaaoi or oUiartariiHMl and heat and air conditioning. Fireplace
if All makes 6. garage carport ZONING I $10,90000 I ;
and shopping. Call 488-3447. parts required. I Prt Conm.r 100 Ap ,
re CANCELLATION or Venice Stationer. 211 W. !larhlrola Road Vanlca Plcld.t = electric kitchen with dishwasher and diipotal, screened .
4742889.ATTRACTIVELY Boo II
Evenings
,
I )
T rmiorn' Ap.lachloo
ADJUSTMENT Venice Ave. 488-6113. V..,.. FInNd, porch; nice landscaping and fruit tr.... 18,000 SQ. FT. ON R.R. SIDING-PAVED HIGHWAY-
.. Tnt.1 nambse. of arms dl.trlbu. I
quMb for cancellation( . Furnished 01. A..u1.b. of "apl. sorb5 A GOOD BUY AT $14,900 C-2 COUNTY ZONING-$8,850.oo I
Block from schools .... ,
because of error duplex. Help Wanted /I." dnrlne ,ea.4Ind II nthl
'
or idiuitment lx.. l1..1e hear ._Not a. 1111,5da. GULF REALTY
and stores Open beam cell- ,
b mad for Thursday ( .. a'95. FRANK C. RAEBURN tii
milt *
long, Cove lighting. Distinctive FULL OR PART-TIME dance I oartlfr' that the atatomonti madoby 216 South Phone \
NDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m design 1 bedroom aide, $78 teachers needed Training BIO abovo oro eonwt red oomoloto.FPWARD REALTOR Tamiami Trail 488.6738 t
: D BALI, I
Mond,". For Sunday GONCOLIER monthly; 2 bedroom side $85 available. Apply 1233 Gulf- /,5 a Publhha.PubI6M I 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600-488-2649 WM. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker I
BEFORE,, 5 p-m. or monthly.,Good soft water. For stream Ave., Sarasota pee

Hiundiy. appointment call Sarasota
924-9952 after S Autos For Sale NOTICB OP PUBLTO HIARINO RB- ,
Phone 488.3125 p.m. CITY rose! OF THE VENirB CITY COUNCIL FLORIDA OF. CON.THB LOTS . Harbor Drive, INTERESTED? i

Wanted To Rent ( RAMBLER AMERICAN 2 CFRNINO. BULKHEAD LINKCHANGE. CITY OF VENICE ALHAMBRA ROAD $3560; Cadir $4445; Nolo- Air Conditioned

Lots For Sale Door Sedan 1964. Practical. 10 down Central Water and
mil, $3900. % on
WHOM IT MAT CONCDRNlYno. Bedroom 2-Bathi" Dan could be used for Bedroom
TO 2
3 OR 4 ROOM Apartment, un ny new. 2300 miles. $1850. hmbr votlflrd that a propooal , Sanitary Sewer.
ENEVIA HEIGHTS comet furnished in Venice or No Call owner 488-3235. :r. bom pMontod la th. CltrCounell Kitchen, Built-in Stove Oil Heat Air Conditioner SwimmIng any. Screened P.tio. 2 Bedroom

101120. Septic tank well komls. Phone 488-3628 after 8 I FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. bnlkhoad of th.IIn.Clt, M of Vooko ait .forth In.In haniOth. tb.V. Pool with Hot and Cold Water. Garag has Electric KERMIT L I Bath DwallangMICKLETHWAIT

ni electric. Phone 488-2774. p.m. $75.00. Phone 488.3597 after ...... Cltr Coda Artklo. III Portion. Eye. Large Patio, Terrazxo Floor, Tile Roof, Carpeting Well For Garden and Yard
RntorU B.r.
II) Coastal Ann 5
I 6:00 p.m. dowtboa Refrigerator Dishwasher Dryer and Ironer. All
rumm! tnnnimi IOTriNICI :Etr ohaaao bob* Drapes 541 Shamrock Blvd.
kUBINCM SITMmnrn. Misc. For Sale .,, towltlCoaunonoa Term .
1958 RAMBLER Station Wagon for 3000000. Owner will carry mortgage- TOTAL PRICE $12.700H.
V" _. u>n_ JACOB, u-mr, In fine condition. Priced : at th. Kortkoatt area REALTOR ,
of Lota" of Stbutto "ubdl.......
FRIGIDAIRE Electric Man- RealtorPhone
MARTIN S. STANCIK N. WIMMERS
for quick tale $395. Phone hi oortlo t, MS. .
Real Estate gle. Excellent condition, 488-3391. IS Bait rowrdod. hl" ..=f. 801 Laquna Drive REALTOR
foot control roll 29". heat l P... .. Publlo. Roaordi. of oaraoDtaCountr. 488544)INTERESTED
,_... 488-4621
Bart aloe
Florida 221 W Miami 488-5308
PROFESSIONAL LIVING controls, helve. 488-8227. Used Trucks tho North Ill of Lot "0" _...... 1 J
Tint'I thanes. North 1* 10' Wort.It .
Nearly new horn, 80x33.deal 1964 CAMPER on a Chevrolet *ft tW... South x's' Wad
for professional office) x thaw North 14 Eart. VENICE GARDENS
SARASOTA'S INT. 55'I! rtr GOOD BUYS i
Corvalr 93 pick-up. Phone T 14 I.4
nd lovely horn*. I bedroom. 488-3511 HARVESTER Dealer sail..,ft t4II I thaw ft| to a point. on tnt ? Beautiful home-3 bedroomt bath* air conditioner 1
I
bath\ All room very large. Offers Day &: Nit.'SERVICE' SoutlMTlrW It.. of Intruoartal
......, WCIND fUl'nltllr.her low down
Combl-! W. /frafrronoa mapdatrd porch dryer. Very payment. I
crooned 14x22. .
,
porch BALDWIN ORGASONIC Spinet and PARTSOn Jnhr II. IMt. nrlaad OetobToiO '

lion rarafe-work area 29x Organ. Two manual all make TRUCKS ..111 1101.It and. l"4l..poha...411. for oC II I H. N. WlmmersRealtorREAL $15,000 ,.

!. EasIly converted to officer Panoramic tone percussion at: EQUIP. Point of Btfinnlna-l th.no. Vortk Furnished downstairs Apt. to rent for season or by year.
ihop A buy at reduced walnut finish $795 Excellent COME In and SEE &: DRIVE 14* II' 'II" B. 141 ft.) than ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent

price of $23.500. Now your condition. Call 488-4022 after Ip.m. Any of our FULL LINE OF to Sooth.. II troa H'plno If on Eaat told lls.aft Soatborhr. for Western Union Tel.trephMonday HAZEL I. CONN

lor only $19,500. Absentee I NEW I. H. PRODUCTSFrom R/W of latraoDnitol W.tanrarf
owner anxious to sell Phone the Fabulous SCOUTto f.thaw. Sooth U' If If* .... sodA thru Friday 9 to 51; Saturday to I REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER t '

now for an eooolntment. 7K-.YEAR-OLD Black Mare. the Famous TRAVELALLand pose naarhur win .. taU br. CLOSED SUNDAYS GALE R. DUNN Auociate
of the Cltr of V... '
YRON MARKLE Realtor Complete with new saddle PICK UP'S b the.... City Florida Counall I In tha ._..... of sold Tamiami Trail PHONES
488-4708 bridle and blanket. $250. Ph. LOADSTAR'S cot, Coanall ., Cltr Hall, vane... HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN North of Albee Rd. Bui. 488-3242
Florida Nonmbor 1/ 1M4. atI 1
on
WEST COAST TRUCK ]Mm Nokomis Fla. R...
>M P M t tho porpoao oon- 488.5994A
value for
DEDUCED 112,500 4883085.SINGER SALES & SERVICE INC. Moratlop br aald City Cornell aa towhfthor .. ,
116,560.2' Bdr, airctmditton- ZIG ZAG tho propoaod ohauo of la. -

>i home fireplace In city.: Sew Ilk. new., Buttonhole 8460 No. Sarasota Washington 855-7681 Blvd: ratio It,,. portalnln of tho, .oitobltohot. .... falboas bull.>.hoad.4, ,

on't wait phone right now. Sew on button, monogram, 35S-5187 aurlboi proportr, to>irltlCommonoa .

VENICE GARDENS, 3 Bdr. fancy stitches. Small balanceor Boats For Sole of Lot -0.". of tho SV-hnU.Nortluaal Subifrta.km oar.or .
\ bath home.: 30 ft. Florida $821 per month. Write In Sortkn 1. Towa.hl Its

room. Nice lot. *15.BOO. USC. Box 748, Venice 5*,.. II Eat raoordod In Plat.Booh.... '
24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruis I. P... '. Pnblla Roo>rd* af DOWNTOWN
CITY OF VENICE. Excel- ass Coontr. Florida. tbonoi Earl e flr.
EXPERT HAIR STYLING er. Ship-to-shore radio. alone tha North Hna of Lot "G" I
ent location, 2 Bdr.. :2 bath Instruction In Sarasota's Depth finder. Marine head. _dodo 7aa/'1 thonoa. N I' 18' Weal, I
.' PoInt of Beatenn.ethaw
oom home. Nicely landicap- 755 for a
newest and finest; school. Double planked Mahogany Sooth M' 41 Want M.01'Ithtnaa t
d 118990BYRON l Call Venice 488- North 5' 14' (M*" Z.... It.71'I
and advanced hull 1700.
Basic coursesCarroll' .
MARKLE Realtor I North T 14' Wait tl II'.
than ;
Beauty School. 2828 ,5455 or see at Tarpon Center aan .4 sa.. tho ..t.w d Rsa.trl. /1t

Phone 488-4709 N. Tamtam! Tr, U. S. 41 and i Marina. pone"Id thaw: ..an 5nth.Muy a the 1 I..randeelas .,. VENICE I,

BEDROOM HOME near 27th St.. Sarasota Phone area .Ia S 11.. bads NI' 11'.
Instruction xE. fne tho p"nt 01 R.Ream.
Khoola stores arM pit,- 355-6844. ,I \" ., th..... oath 'a' \I' to" .1
rount[ Rent only $75 mo. W. .... 0014 IIn. 10" esn a W
FUEL OIL TANKS stand i FRENCH GERMAN SPAN. to tht Point of Bglnnier.'
'M low down payment Ph. Fuel OH deliveries S&H ''beginner (Sold than balnallnlud to tM lln.' First & Finest Shopping Area I
in-iai. I JiHaJt.t:: portion of tht oal.tlnl dIAEkp
qualified
Green Stamp Standard by porMlnln* to tht >bon '0!* i

LAUREL POST orncE Heating Service. Aero from :teachers. Call 488-1497 1214 trtrt nn* to woald th,. .bo..bll.* /lr.M.rlnht.and and aoi...1,.ad.. a

Property consistingof fire ctation. 481.4052.APACHES. i Mango Ave,, Venice oT tht .__ InMroited p.rtl- will h.rfordrd -n
: : an opportunHr to ha hoard..
uIding and additional lot ..d m>o tb* .oonplotlo of th. haap ,1 DAZZLING SPARKLING .
Ward Sutherland Broker.Call I IWorld' I LegalIN 'ln, th. ..Inn praaontod will .. dull".
.... .--' boon dtelilon I* mada ton.mrnlnt .'/
L M Promt, Phone 48IJ- built best JUPOB COURT the natort and0'esot of 541 $ .
belt
COUNTY !
VALUES
4119: : 488-4683. telling camper trailer. IK IN AND FLORIDA FOR INAPROBATSUNSS, ...,? ,- 4'Lo'"UIIY'b W.h HAGER" BARGAINS I /

Houses For Sale Special demonstrator sale I IN Hit I 0.E8TATC OF Sat.city n. Oe Cleo.p.blhht $ C.. U. I.... 4DICK ,
.I'j.
now going on. Little money. CLTg:. ":''UUp.te 001, N.. 'lS01
down and low bank payment NOTICB TO CREDITORS '
NEW\ S BEDROOM HouitJ.Atrcondltloned TO ALL CREDITOR AND PERSONS MORE PEOPLE: ARK: I 1 '

Florid I *. WORLD. HAVING AGAINST SAID CLAIM ESTATE OR IYo. DEMAND! SUBSCRIBING TO AND & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP I

nJOm on Groveled Are., CAMPER'S ON Iwrabr ..till.. u4 mnlndto READING THE 1
East Venice. 100 N. Washington Blvd. fll. a., etolm or doted "kldi 7"J VENICE GONDOLIER WATCH FOR OUR .
Easy terms. Ph.
150.. ...ll,,t tile Eolate ocSit WE HAVE J JngU5h
- h Nelson, 488.2307. (Opp. Male Bros.) 0. HUI. Dmuxl. kt.
NOKOMIS Sarasota iota. cram. Florid T GRAHAM In U., attlw bruoU WHon. BIG 1 M SALE :
ATTRACTIVELY Cou., Jades h tJt. County Court : Heather
furnished duplex. 1 and 2 Co ROD M kruoto. Florid. *, .lthln ill LAWNMOWER r'
'bedroom Tri-Counry Equipment ........ _tile (ran UM d.M of the ,
unit. Open beam of thto NotloEwh Oct. 15
flr.t publk.tton Beginning
ceiling Cove lighting Parquet BEll RD. SARASOTA FLA. .Iolm l or ........ mart ih.ll b..(.tavrltlnf .MIk Repair Service Phone 488-1620 225 W. Venice Ave. ,t tI
red l I. dupllutot
Bldg.
floor. built-in I Ave.-'U716-Medie.1 Center
Many 955-5705 ptoM of roridmoo red poet offletMroH .231 W. Venice
features' Distinctly of th. Cl.lm.nt .h.ll b..worn i I
design weed ipecfafs e*
This/ toV U>. Cl.lm.nl. hU ..,ntor
Meal
location, one block from Jack Repairs hta .,ton.,. ohall .. _,.nlod l ltrr :
wools and stores. Owner Hydraulic ILN BUMtim f.. .** .ne .15eh ORBET OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
VENICE .
,\ or d..sd >ot to tIM .hillko
IIcrltIclnr W.000 equity. Can wit Too fllinf fo. ma .. added I 7

bt Tours r for $1,000 down, taker Will Trade .ton o In., mw..........t nb..I.of .eUlm... f'tJt.ond. CarW el.lm RADIATOR AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD -OLIVETTI Wedding Rings ,Diamonds Stone Set Rings

payment.. Call collect Ju..., offln. & WELDINGPh.
fasota 924-9953 for appoint- HAVE DOUBLE BEDS, like ANN V. BIU, the _,. Sale* Service Supplies We Repair All Main Watches Silverware Jewelry i
with eliding Enoratrlx n r 1
/meet after 1 week l d'YI. all new condition .f H Clrdo C. Hill --. 4IS-3.S Watch and Jeweler Repair
twin .
fy Saturday! and SUIId.,.. door headboard Need At orn TI Blolr ud D n.lit Stuart Merrlck, Owner I .
Let' make a deal Ph. X.mtl etonAP. Venice Ave. 488-3119 ;}
bed W.
By 0. Bo. "'. Behind Anderson Auto Parts 488.2473 I
OWNER. .Bedroom.'Itt V..I. Fln.td.. 235 W. Miami Ave. ,

Bath. like new, furnished 4741102Mobile Pobihh Sat. 51. as. OH. t It. 114 .

jMinfurni.hej( Sacrifice tOSEd Homes I
l.
hyreaa iewood Section. Overlander WOLFER MOTORS Inc. TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN I .,
1M2

> BEDROOM 2 Bath air- AIRSTREAM land yacht. Completely .. RAMBLER" DODGEMS 488-376S--8MISO WAX ALUMINUM LUBRICATORFOR Today thru. Wednesday Today thru Wednesday i 1: ,
conditioned CB Rouse In contained. 4 tandem wheels. S. Tamtam! Tr." LC ;, i t

Wte! Gardeni. Phone 488W Electric brake" tot of extras SPECIALIST 'IN . WINDOW HINGES AND OPERATORS : '
Weekdays and before 6 off original purchase Peter Sellers IOn 109"nd ,
6m Weekend and after I. $2,000.00 Harbor Light ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS Regular or Pretiure Cam I 1

"M770 MoWl.it price.Lot 84, Venice S Repair Lubrkate Chan! 3 sizes - 85c $1.35 $1.40 In . i
OH Change
1;;. V.,........- ..b...... pea,**r. i phone 488-- 21. e Front End Alignment Adlurt Headlight Baami "A SHOT IN THE DARK" "SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN" II', ;
;::.a sdd UaforaJibad end. Front End Overhaul 213 1 W. VenIce Av. Ph. 488-4909 f
Repatn
JACOM., atoIIITBEDROOM. Business Personals Wheel Batanclnt Electrical ,
I Automatic or Standard
CB Home Engine Overhaul a Any "
H7]. Boolt1tElCPING Income Tranimlulon Repair VENICE STATIONERS ,r
00 down, assume mona I Radio Repatn Welcome To d
!.. Call 488459T after 6 Tax State-Federal Wageyour Alrconditlonlixi( Repair and fllHon

LP. Report. Penon. typbt' ,- OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES l i, s:;
Champion FEED STOREA
home VENICE SEED &
.xperlence.NointaalreeCharle B11** 1* ** *** 11111
Rentals Mjrar. i g f BBUBBnBFBBFBF 1'1'l'
Machine (Mechanically Operated)
Z. Nelm. 1752 Typewriter, Adding

Iah. v_....., ......... ps.n. Banyan Drive. Venice, Ha. Barrett Approved Ruberold Approved COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Chemically Cleaned-Jint $12.50-Mui Part If Required r :. +

J;::t 1 tAU Pd..d.nhM4 JAcTn4 al.-aax Sal,_. Phone 488-8254._. 241 W. Miami Ave. Dial( 488-3457 211 W Veniee Ave. 488410 F


GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION II'' nl \ IlIHlTl 11iuvnUYI' {Ii IiIb

.&. 'SE t t ""NDEI MASSAGE. STEAM BATHS YOUR SALES GO I ; I

IRRIGATIONS ,

I .VUmb** chamber *r .Cm"" COLON advertise
when
ll
DO SMC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. REDUCING(DterUr) System EQUIPMENT FO RENT you UPs d

ConditioningHtatlng HOME CALLS ; 41g1
Heating and Air JOHN C. BENNETT Heat Mon. thru Fri 9 'til S Sat by AppointmentEVON'S

& Air Conditioning ,,Installations, Complete Roofing Contractor.


Gas Ranges Water Heaters SPRAY COATINGOn If no answer call 488-1738

lltfcintw Tile, Asbestos and Built Up Roof
Frye Ph 48I-59.U PH. .*..3141 I ;;
W. Ave. I
N. Jab Tee 1)4) M Tee Small' Nokomii. Fl. 209 Miami l_

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1964 Low Net Event
VHS Jayvees

t +14141, nt' V4e Winners Posted

11 ''I Englewood Missionary In AsiaContinued Host PalmettoCoach By Lady GolfersLow



from page 1) I sionary work, being used for many things One of these Bob Hedrlck's Venice net winner Wedn ,i
home shocked me very much. In High School Junior varsity In the Class A Division q
through their help in his I flying church personnel to 4n- Of< tlte
church and appeals to other tenor work for fact for a while I refusedto football team will return to regular tournarntlt
areas; survey VeU
1 I found out the Lake
believe it. by
interested individual Florida location of new churches, action, after a three-week respite WorneD"
that I had been one of the Golf Association rC.
churchmen, sufficient money hauling supplies such as tomorrow night when wai
most self-centered personsIn lene Rule with C
36
raised to get him there *.
was seeds, spare parts, baby
the world. That Instead of they host Palmetto's "B" with
nerup a 37
J and back and to sustain him chicks and medicines flying w" >(*
:
during his six months in the out the critically ill or those having Christ in the centerof team in a T:30: p.m. game at Belghey,
field. needing surgery; and taking my life, he had "been the Venice Area Athletic Bee Stewart and Paull
The: trip to Manila was mobile medical and dental crowded out by terrible"self shock Field. Rayburn tied for the top ZJ
is
made by plane with stops at clinics to remote places to Yes find, It out a that deep down The locals will be out to in Class B with 39s, JR2,
1 Seattle, Honolulu, Japan and where there are no roads Stephanie Duke came In ,
1 inside one s self you still even their season's record at io.
Hong Kong His present address two end with III 40. A
A study shows that 42 by Id
Yes ,
to be converted. ,
Rural need 1.1 with the with the Beake
j is the Methodist men and a plane can cover I to meeting was the best In Cl'1II
Center, Kidapawan, Cotobato, the same amount of territoryand convert came as others a missionary, and I discover Baby Tigers Venice droppedthe C. Second place] in Clan n
Philippine Islands. four Sept 18 to River- went to Veah
1 do as much work as that I need conversion opener Handley with
i Welcomes Challenge men by bus, boat and jeep! myself 1 Thus, the most view by a 6-0 score a 44.
Commenting on his selection Letters received by Har wonderful part of our faith The first round of then
f as a field worker and dee s parents have been highly has become evident to nual Raeburn TournamMwill
the challenges of the minister. interesting as Tim describ.es very start Wedncsday.anS!
Sal road he has chosen to follow some of his work. A letter me.The Christian Church in Sheila Doody second on Oct. 14.
Hardee said, "I feel that
recelevd in July says: the In America
Philippines, ,
missionary work Is the most
The work aite for the first in Florida and In Englewood =-
i gratifying work In the world month Is the Methodist rub- -
be born
needs
to
and the only place where I for an
ber plantation, near Bula- Named EditorThe
be
again, needs to converted
personally feel I would really kanon. We were up before .yea All of Christ's SAND, SUN AND SURF are prime attractions wark, (right) who operate the Manasota enjoyable
j be accomplishing something Sam. and started to work, teachings be summedup at.North Manasota Beach for Miss Bridge Motel The only complaint was hav- GOLF
for Christ The experience I following morning{ devotionsand in one phrase can "learn to Venice Newspaper Junior High Club School at Ronnie Matte (left), and Mrs. Mary Matis ing to make a IT-mile trip to reach the Gulf day of
will gain from the present breakfast. Two of us take second place," in other ((3rd from left). The Metises are Jamaica, beach, just across the bay. A temporary _"
has named Sheila editor
challenge I can't even begin started digging the well, words, live for CHRIST Doody Long Island guests of Mrs Eleanor Nor- causeway around the new bridge site is still TRY
of
the school .
to place a value on for my some cleaned up the area, AND FOR OTHERS Other staffers newspaper. wark (2nd from left), and Mrs. Anna Nor- being "talked about" SARASOTAGOLF
and news areiteve
life and my calling -
while others moved rocks
particularly getting it with a out of the river, for a dock Another letter tells some of Brown, assistant editor; CLUB
person like Spotty Spotts- the hardships young Hardee Mark Stires, news editor; Di- Masonic\
wood, whom I feel is the site This rubber project la the and the others face dally anne Peterson, club editor, League LVMGA To Elect New Officers I DAILY GREEN CO AA

i greatest there is in this most the Glen Pauley and I hiked Dianne Crawford, feature editor FEES .. .. .
important project Needs BowlersCalling
the whole of the valley -
I length Donna .
work. Methodist Church is doingin It was just a short hike ; McCartly, exchange An election of officers' an members to attend the Just Off Bee Ridge Rd,
I editor Rebecca Curry I
Cur ran L. Spottswood the Philippines. In six or ; election meeting South of Saratottleather8
n -about 50 miles, walkingup art editor; Richard Pfeuf all Masons, their meeting will be held by members
known to all as "Spotty, and seven it can make the -w-, .
years
with whom Hardee will have Mindanao Annual Confer and down hills and ford. :fer, sports editor; Paul Pfeuf wives, or members of the Or. of the Lake Venice Men's --

the privilege of working, is a ence completely self-supporting log through seven mud rivers up, walking to our lalam fer, business manager; Sandy der of Eastern Star, Golf Association on Oct 13 at

1 legend in himself. "Spotty" This means that it knees. circulation manager; The Masonic League, which 7:30 p.m.
Johnson
has been a Methodist missionary will need no more help from An August letter states: Kathy Olsen production end sponsors a ID-team league at A new slate of officers for
to the Philippines the U. S. Board of Missions. manager; Sandy
This past weekend I had Linda Manco Cyro'a Venetian Bowl Fridays will be
since 1946 and is credited with It will afford its pastors a typists on 1965 presented by a
developing the work of the reasonable retirement pay and quite two an experience.Filipinos hiked Myself Into Thirty-one other club memo at 7 p.m., needs both nominating committee, and \
Methodist Church on Min (which practically does not the Arakan Valley. Last bers> will work as assistants men and women keglers to additional nominations may

danao Island, his station exist at present), supply 25 year two white men lost and reporters.the school The club publishes complete the rosters of several be made from the floor.
since 1953. to 50 high school scholar their heads in there. Also monthly The will be Installed
,newspaper for VJHS studentsCopies teams new officers
Mobile Ala
A native of ,
ships to pastors'children
? a year '
two professors from a large at the. organizations
The became also are exchangedwith Participants must be MaSons
Rev. Spottswood or needy Christian college here went in but other clubs first meeting in November, ,, ".nw.r$
known early in his mission- youth who are doing well in carried two armed guards 'I throughoutthe or members of the OES JI 1 r
ary career as a flying evangelist school, provide about 10 with them. It was a very state to be eligible. President Bob Rule urges

and work camp director college scholarships for exciting weekend, what
in the Philippines, logging some category of youth, with 14 hours of hiking up
more than 1,000 hours in the and supply funds for evangelism and down (mountains) with I,
( air on missionary business. not only here in the packs on our backs We rrsR
Prior to becoming a missionary Philippines but for mission worked on an airstrip so icy 4 y itJM1
I. he served churches arv work in Asia. that "Spotty" (Rev Spotts-
of New Mexico and Florida The money which Mindanao wood) can fly in. I delivered '1' ''D t "d 1.q
and was director of the University is now receivingfrom
three The
messages
,t i, of Florida's Wesley the U. S. will be available country; there is beautiful -
very
Foundation Married and the for other countries and the weather Is .e . .wi, : 3' A: {
father of six sons, he is a which need support. cool. I really enjoyed It. .q gip' t 9
former instructor at Manila s On weekends we go to We now have all of the ;
"' Union Theological SeminaryAirplane some of the barrios (villages foundations, parts and 4 M( t' 4 t tt , : .
"i.- At
I Big. Help ) for evangelism. My beams for the roof on the jt ;
Hardee sends back Information first trip was to The Rev dorm Work is progressing
/
that the Methodist Comb Toledo church in ri
slowly, though. :
plane a Cessna 180, has beena Bulakanon, the second to Through all of his correspondence -
tremendous help in the mlsI Koktico and Takarong. Last I is noted the characteristic I
I I Sunday and this, I will be at confidence of a j4 trod[
,
i I ATTENTION Bulakanon. This: Sunday I man dedicated to his work. t
will for Rev. Toledo 1.
f preach There can be no doubt that
t VENICE GOLFERS who Is one of our supervisors Tim Hardee will excel in his ___ t 9
chosen field. w ve qt
I PLAY DAY OR NITE Two weeks ago I spoke at
\ :. On Wtsf Coast Sportiest the National Methodist r
9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUT Youth Fellowship Conference
at the Rural Center. : :
NPC
TOMMY BOLT'SGolden Last week I spoke at the :

Annual MYF Conference. ,) t ,
T Golf Each member must participate ,xMV,
PERSONALS
I was asked to speakon t+ax vv *
CLUB the theme of the Conference
"Faith That: Conqu Mr and Mrs. Harold Fidler ,r, tit bK U+(KlfHrOSlIgON'n( ,. ,
Count and Driving Range ers." have returned to their West ,=2,80,13.50,16.60 talc 4 t

OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. Through daily Bible study Hyde Park home after spend a ",}he ALL-PURPOSE JLOtlW,',

t JUST OFF 41, ATJtiekneyPtaCUrk and the preparation for Ing the summer in Parkersburg r A ZAO p1YMto Y ,ts a aa ata.Y
Rj these weekend evangelistictrips W Va. MAJOR DONALD M FANN of 928 Grove- uate 01 Manatee High School. He receivedthe =/ ..thePRt'SHAVEWTW e04..
.. :. I have discovered -o- land Ave., Venice, is congratulated by his promotion while serving as commanding %t*! Utn*ALt PURPOSE TOWOWl;; pNMto ',.r
wife, Sue Ann, as she pins on his newly acquired officer of the Third Battalion of the Sec *, : j, 4he DEOOORANT BT1GIt$I.d0 plsp Uit c'
Mr and Mrs George Guthrie v
gold oak leaf at Fort Polk, La. Ma- ond Training Brigade. Present for the cere- < the AEROSOL let
DEOOWN7 ft J Atf .J'Vth
on Maureen Avenue returned jor Fann is the son of Mr and Mrs JohnD. mony was Colonel Thomas J. Gendron, bri- ( .
METROPOLITANLife /SHOWER soApeNitjili ii) ra
;
home after an extended ,
Fann Sr, Bradenton, Fla and is a grad- gade commander.
vacation in New York and ? n,.61Pt eTS from ta oo to f l HHiu OAI' ;e.
I the New England States &a&. lliiyW%>-V*itHy !Ji* TS.1Venice !
The origin of the name
-
Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilsonon Chevy Chase goes back to the
Marius Road left by plane 14th Century In 1388, the 'Qr'hr Hen'p'hnp
Thursday for Kansas City to + English Lord Percy forayedInto
c. A. "Chuck" Reiter C. T. "Chuck": Re.ter. be with their daughter who the Cheviot Hill chase, or

I Ph. 4886321 Ph. 4884590For will undergo surgery this private hunting ground, of /
week Scottish Earl Douglas, who !&
inlomatiOtwithout obligation check the plan ,
- died in the battle. A popular
you art //nrereirW lit ballad described the battleof I Florida
Mrs Otmar Thomas on WS Chevy Chase and the name
CLIP THIS COUPON] Highway Drive, underwent entered folklore
I surgery last Monday at Ven. ,
f Mail To ( j LOSS OF INCOME ice Hospital. She is getting

P. O BOX 128 ( I RETIREMENT INCOMEEDUCATIONAL back along home fine soon and hopes to be et I INTRODUCING the exciting

j new
Venice: Fla ( I FUNDSHOSPITALIZATION -0-

( J ANNUITY ( I Mrs Margaret Wisenberg k IrT
left Thursday for Des Moines, -
I ( ) LIFE INS. ( ) GROUP ((5 or more) Iowa, to attend funeral services tr.L t, DEBONAIRE"BY

Name ______ for her-0-brother

,: I Sheet City Mrs Mazel Baytes has returned -
to her Warm Mineral 'r
II' I 1 Phone Age Springs home after spendinga HOMES
1kT Vk
T ,
II month s vacation in Tennessee t" w
II I and Michigan

I (Go........ pkoto kr Char_ lock)'' Blvd.

i GUEST OF HONOR at' regular meeting or Englewood
i Rebekahs, Lemon Bay No 80, was Mrs Mable Bryan,
MY PLATFORMWhen center, District Deputy from Sarasota. Refreshments 2 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS

I i were served following the assembly The district official ' PANELLED LANAI OVERSIZED GARAGE
l is shown above with local lodge officers, Blanche .
Dolbee, Noble Grand, left, and Helen Beasley, Vice-Grand COMPLETELY AIRCONDITIONEDMODEL
+ Elected, I WILL HOME located 6 blocks

I # I Work to REMOVE the County Public Works Dept East on Shamrock Blvd.INTRODUCTORY. '11.390.

l1 FROM construction: buimttt, RETURNING same to private ReOpeningMonday r OFFER

j I ? under
f \, industry competitive bid.


i #2 Work to PROVIDE much MORE MAINTENANCE t t .' j

it 1 REPAIR of roads, Bridget and drainage ditches, USING : I'I' 44'

,) the CASH SAVINGS AND Public Works Pertonnel made .

( available by Project: # I. . OCTOBER 5th


#3 Work for the promotion of economic: health of our PRESENT BUSINESS & 1 ,\ : -,

INDUSTRIES and for the acquisition of ADDITIONAL BUSINESS & INDUSTRIES. F __,


#4 By promoting EFFICIENCY in GOVERNMENT PROVIDE SAVINGS TO THE GULFRESTAURANT

a'' TAXPAYERS AND A BETTER ECONOMIC POSITION FOR_ COUNTY EMPLOYES.t w

: SAVE THIS AD CONTINUED OCT. 8



LESLIE C. MILLER! VACATION/ IS OVERT

t SAME OWNERSI! SAME HOURS!
rf
( Lunch . . 11 to 2 .
am. pjn. "A NEW HOME
G.O.P. CANDIDATE for COUNTY COMMISSIONER TRULY WORTHY OF
I Dinner . . . S pjn. to 8 pjn.
i1 1 (T.U political. .J ky L. C. Mlllw C.mp."rn rand. ... Jmkliu' Enflmtrf Dnvtr Tmnrw YOUR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION"
k 220 W. Miami Avenue

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