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 8, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00240
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida' West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens Venice East, Englewood, North Port Chariot II:I : .




}2 Million Markn Circus Opener To Publicize Areit I r:; .

Nine Months
The Vence area will receive Mae Lyons of New this week that plans are being soliciting aid of business establishments ances on Saturday and Sun performances will be scaled '
nationwide publicity through general press made for news media coverage in publicizingthe day, Jan. 9 and 10, will be from $1.50 to $3.50 for the ap i I
,ales building permits The September permits this I press. television and m.... of the Ringling Bros of the event. I first circus premier in preceded by a benefit preview proximately 5,000 seats in the 1
4 the $2 million mark In year also Included $20,008 i circulated magazines when I & Bailey Greatest york'i I VAAC Cooperating Venice, the show's perman. on the night of Jan 8 for New circus auditorium, at municipal .I
IIrst nine months this year worth of alterations and ad. the circus opens Its 95th sea Earth, advised the The VAAC is cooperating In ent headquarters. College. airport.
gain of more than 100 dltlons and a $2,600 swimming son here in January Area Chamber of advance ticket sales and is The four regular perforn- Tickets for the four regular The ticket sale for the Jan. i

rent over the same period pooL ,_.. .. . . .. .. _. .._ _.. . is handled
-" ---- -- --- ------ -- --- ------- -- ----- -- - -- -- 8 I preview being by
4. New College with seats for
for $2,032,673 worth
uldiM mils construction were Bicycle Rodeo the preview prices, going ranging at premIum from-

lent!d by through the city Sept building 30 this de. Slated i f Airport Top Venice Asset $1,000 Five tickets down to for$25 the The premier first I j '

Last year, only $1 issued,003; SundayThe have been reported sold at : ,.
In permits were sixth .. $3.000 each There will be no "
annual Sicnffs:
'tact I the, permits same period for the first Safety Club Bicycle Ri..lco By W. EARL i free tickets for the preview I

months this year exceed will be staged Sunday at the Venice multimillion The New College benefit ,
total issued in the entire Venice High School stadium, lar municipal airport, was understood to have been
months of any year ex starting at 3 p.m. which a "Tenant arranged by a member of the

1961 when $2,771.642 Boys and girls six through sign is out, has been Ringling family in Sarasota.'I
h were Issued by Citv 12 years from Osprey to En- ed as the city's biggest The college occupying; partof
Ringling estate and
hog Inspector Guy E. The airport has been
glewood are eligible to com
leased from the Sarasota
acreage -
,ood pete for the 48 trophies and 24 ed at upwards of $8 .Bradenton
airport, on
September Gains prizes that will be awarded by Councilman Ralph which construction Is underway
kewise, September per. son in talks before civic *
this year surpassed those Deputy C. N (Cap) Stevensof ganizations of the opened this fall
month last Nokomis, safety officer for Circus.peers will see a
he lame year area. Anderson, a pilot '
non! than 125 per cent the Sarasota County Sheriff's aviation enthusiast, is number of new act lined up
Department, said trophies I by John Ringling North and
liti last month amounted city's airport director
,71208 as compared with will be awarded to first, sec Rumors that the ,' ] Rudy Bundy, circus vice.p-es- ,
and and third place winnersin Ident, who returned recently
50 for September last ;
Venice Army Air Base
both boys and girls eventsIn ; from Europe where he and
r. be reactivated have been
each age group. Rineling conferred on the 1965 !
breakdown of the Sep- 1 t tproduction
culated for the past 10 '
her, 1964, figures shows Grand prize trophies will The USAF deactivated : of the big show. :
mill were Issued for 12 be awarded to the first, second airport in 1946 after Meanwhile, preparat I Ions i
Jencei totaling $139,000. and third place winnersIn as a training field are rapidly nearing completion \ 50,
tnely, permits for com- the overall event. World War IISurprise. at the circus headquarters I \ 1
cia! construction were Runners.up will receive Visit for the January opener & ;
ticilljr nil, with only one bicycle safety equipment instead The octagonal animal train. .
ed!in the amount of $8,700. of trophies On Feb 25, 1952 the Ing house and new elephant I
was paid a surprise house and finishing touches ''j
five representatives of
JtSouth's S. Air Force who told are being given the newly :
I action 64 city officials and refurbished auditorium expansion The !.
citizens in the civic "e'i pro- (
cram Is being carried out et
they were In Venice to the direction of McCormick .

tigate the possibility of steele general agent, under ._,.
activating the airport Bundy'. general supervision..
VoteIs jet fighter gunnery
Col L C. Coddington, \
headed the delegation,
plained the air force Fire Prevention
A Puzzler increased facilities to i

the military expansion Program On Tap
BjRELMANMORIN : day"On gram required by world
Lnoclited Press SpecialCerrespondent a recent tour of the ditions then existing He : I
i South, this i correspondentheard explained a target range For CAP TonightFire I
these sentiments expressed already in use Just
to South Is a political jl,. more frequently than Venice Prevention Week will
puzzle at this stage of any other single view of the In outlining what the be marked by a talk and a
Presidential campaign, a campaign Opinion-samplings would entail, the colonel demonstration of firefighting
mating tangle of party- by Associated Press bureausin it would have a equipment at tonight meeting
mi/ personalities, and all the Southern states like personnel consisting of a of Venice Composite
v-colored opinions about wise reported a general lack 300 men, mainly career Squadron of the Civil Air Pa. , \t
e1rd. of enthusiasm for the two ers, who would be trol .,.
one fact U crystalr major party candidates for approximately 100 \ ( Fire Chief J. R (Bud) DI.
many Southerners "I'm going to vote for John enced jet pilots who ) I ) vine will describe various aspects ..'
leu than lukewarm about through its "brush up" and
son but I wouldn't if there of firefighting prevention
h President Johnson and were anyone besides Gold nery courses each month. for cadets and senior J
Barry Goldwater water on the Republican tick About one-third of the members of the squadron at \ .
Poor choice" . "lesser et," said Julie Ann Waxman, fleer would be family 7:30: p.m. in the CAP Ready
IWO evils' . "don't feel he said, who would !
of Augusta, Ga, a student Room at Venice Airport. One I ,.1 I
voting for either, one" the community and of the pumpers of the Venice I : ,
'going fishing. election I (Continued on page Z) their children in school Fire Department also will be i" ,
*. ... >E >FAn t
w 4"1 0. .. __. _,,_....... demonstrated, along with resuscitation d i' :
the school would not be established rents would be extended to heated discusion The GON. than $3 million. At one timeit equipment. I 'I r ,
here unless the officials air force personnel the year DOLIER conducted a poll housed more than 6,000 A film on firefighting and .I . 1 J JIf
and citizens were favor round showing 94 residents against men prevention also will be shown i
able to the reactivation and e An agreement from state, the gunnery school and 81 for Referring to the files of The time allows Meeting time I \
cc certain conditions were met county and other parties con. he reactivation. GONDOLIER, we note that for both seniors and cadets
- On May 1, 1955 the U S. early in 1946 when it became will be 7 p.m. The Fire Prevention "
r : Secretary of Defense asked certain that the Army Air Week program will be '

Juvenile for $3,691,000 for the reach (Continued on pate 3) open to the public
Crime I,

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Forum Set Oct. 19 r t t \ ', >"I '.

The Committee of the Con Hole State Legislature, will 'I
corned, organized to combat moderate the discussion. The

juvenile delinquency in the. I meeting will be open to the "Pki,., l'' It a .
Venice area will meet to discuss public ,'Ii : ti
the problem Monday, ; : ,
.. Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. in the VenIce ",

...... - Elementary School cafeteria County Tax ..
EARLE L. SWIFT I : ...- k
. Area law enforcement officials ," M
and civic leaders have I
been Invited to meet with the Roll ApprovedProperty : F
Host To Miller committee to decide how best ? a

to stem the rising Juvenile owners in the Cityof
rop' crime rate The Idea for the Venice will pay the county 1.J'I' t
Committee of the Concerned
$390,361 in ad valorem taxesfor
with the board of
originated 1964, according to a report -
directors of the Venice Elementary
Candidate Today Parent Teacher by Sarasota County Tax
Assessor William N. Stuart
Assn. t
County taxes on city property $fhIf
Since Its inception
25 national representatives are based on a village
late chairman and and press
Sen Warren Hender- Club program week, three more PTA groupshave
guestsat rate of 28.38 mills Venice
chair They
and Earl Swift, Sarasota Mrs. 0 Lord is publicity endorsed the project.
midnight buffet arrival has a nonexempt
% of the National Federa- a on the Venice Junior-
[ Executive They are
Women's last night. They were valuation of $13,754,800.
PTA Nokomis
chairman tion of Republican Senior High ,
were Commission
accompanied by Tom Fair The Sarasota County -
lies of Elementary PTA and Englewood -
ceremonies at the
Tuesday adopted
state chairman,
field Brown
major events of GOP Sen Henderson was masterof Elementary PTA. submitted auwi.
1964 tax roll nt
presidential Candidate ceremonies at the break and John Sikes, state publlcity Rice W Miller of Venice, county Stuart. Total assessed
"\ Restaurant and coordinator. former member of the Illi- by
E Miller's visit to rut at Zinn's a in
'MU of ceremonies Greeting them at the airport valuation of all property
today Swift was
: Kent the county is $423,357,572 and
Mr and Mrs
which were
ether Venice residents at the rally the operating value is $293
Sarasota-Braden McKinley, Mr and Mrs. Wit WEATHERHigh .
Ms held at
clty i delegation be 045872.
the 'am. breakfast and ton Airport. Miller was to be Ham Horning, Mrs Hender Helene Low Rain Current millage of 28.38 will ; J
11 Morris and Senator
are Mr and Mrs. Ralph introduced by Gubernatorial provide a tax revenue for the + hM..r.
Oll1al, Mrs Carl Hamilton Candidate Charles R. Holleyat son.The will SEPT. 30 89 13 .04 22 county of 8568630. Last ..,. .+."." \, _& 1Io.. r
90 72
campaign party OCT. 1
Ma. Ann Lord Thomas: the rally along with other leave today at 11:45: p.m. for OCT. 2 89 74 year's tax roll was $401,928- CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN William C. Payne plan calls for m.illngthou.and.. of latter i
Y Holly for Cover : GOP candidates 75 .02 935. Arnall kickoff to resIdents to "It the mail. '
r chairman I I Is traveling with an Nashville, Tenn, Miller'snext OCT. 3 89 and Venice Pottmaifer Douglas with a request
,'- the local ,GOP Mrs Women's Hamll official party of 28 members speaking engagement OCT. 4 88 75 .02 the "Mercy Mailing" segment In the man b. your messenger of mercy" In eend y't,
OCT. II 89 74 .40 Check: Liggett s WEEKEND residential division of Mi year's South leg contributions, The mailing will be fol. I ', u
Craggy. bonus on I Attend the big OPEN OCT. II 77 82 SPECIALS at Down drive Mail- lowed by personal solicitation! where ''i0h. a aneeded.
| In the Rialto Shop. OFF-SEASON Sarasota County fund 'Mercy up ?
I HOUSE at Action TV T863 S. RAIN FOR SEPT. 4.18 town Venice and Venice Shopping
,..>'ANNIVERSARY Center! o"tmut SALE.their I air conditioners, 209 Bus R., E.L. Anderson Trail, South Venice RAIN FOR MONTij .86 CentM itorej, Ins U pew to South C9unt this yew The y, th ,

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+I School; Board I ObituariesWILL I I Election '64 :-

D. MUSE brothers, Jim Commrle of Syracuse - - -
Will D. Muse, 87, of Pensa N Y., and Norman (Continued from Page 1) Texans have mixed opinion said! "it seems to have be,, to go back to the ]
Hassle-Again cola father of Maurice M. Commrle of Lockport, N. Y.t, nurse. of him. come a kind of status symbolfor but I don't want to"J'

Muse, 917 The Rialto, died seven grandchildren and seven Jackie Carter, of Hutchins, Said a West Texas business a woman to say she's voting " mented either,"

Thursday, Oct. 1, at hi. greatgrandchildren.Services Tex, used a bowling term to executive, "Lyndon doetn Republican this year She II voting for Gold
home. were held Tuesday express his attitude, "It looks have a real friend In Texas True or false Just the facts, er she said,
Alleged "conatant controversy" Teacher Associations. Speakers Mr. Muse was employed for at Farlev Funeral Horn like a 7.10 (a difficult positIon But he knows how to get Ma'am. truce Halley, a ltudtnl
i i .j on the Republican. were the four candidates 23 years by the Florida State Chapel with The Rev Richard ) any way you '0. I slightly things done. People may dislike Apart from the two candidates Oklahoma Unlveralt),
I dominated Sarasota County from both parties for the two Employment Service retiring R. Lloyd of Venice Baptist prefer Ooldwater him personally but they what about Issues? in a book store He laid'
I school board over the past school board posts to be filled six years ago at the age of Church officiating. Burial An airport bus driver In have to admire his ability to Southern newspapers receive LBJ" books, such as "
four years was attacked by at the Nov. 3 general elec 81 years. will be In Willlamsville. Amarillo Tex said he has work with people. floods of letters expressIng an Look at 1yndon" qllJe'',,
a Democratic board candidate tion. Funeral services were held heard of a sticker saying In Dallas, a Goldwater fortress strong political opinions clear from the shelv,
t at a PTA political forum in Chalramn Field was asked Saturday at Pensacola. MRS. ETHEL A. HADLEY "Vote 'No' for President" He a sales representative Some of the lettet-writtng students, he said, talk nth?

I Venice this week. by Freeman how he would Mrs Ethel A Hadley of .said "That' for me." A said "When you're in that may be organized, but editors about foreign poUc .,,
t Forrest R. Freeman challenged "end the turmoil" on the ROBERT ROBERTS North Port Charlotte died Chattanooga housewife, whose voting booth, it's going to be said much of it mirrors genuine those books about JohJ, <

1. + ; the leadership of Republican school board. He suggested Robert Roberts, 63, of 101 Oct. 2 In Tappan N Y., whileon \Husband's car bears a Gold. hard to resist the urge to keepa feelings about the cam He guessed that a nwiort '
f ; incumbent board the board chairman give his Artist Englewood I died< a visit to her son, William water sticker said, "I don't Texan in the driver's seat." paign to date. "This is far the students are for Celdwi d_
) t chairman Herbert P. Field answer when the four candl Friday at eVe Hospital A. Hadley. want a sticker that says 'I'm Opposes Socialism"I from. a ,normal year," the er but thought most i ,

(rq u! The criticism turned the dates again appear before the He was born In Jersey City, Funeral services and interment for Johnson,' if I could just believe Johnson' a goodman Little Rock, Ark, AP bureau faculty favor John* '

-i t meeting into a near-polltica public at Sarasota Junior N.' J, and came here from were held at Frankfort, get one that says, 'I'm not for but I'm very much opposed reported "Hot and. heavy," And TOlly Brown, of 0,4 I
9 : debate. High School next Tuesday. North Arlington, N.' J. seven Ind, on Monday Goldwater." to Socialism" said said Louisville, Ky. Mills, Md., came up Wi
The forum was sponsored Field, however, took the opportunity years ago He was retired In Mrs. Hadley was born In Not AU Against Mrs. James Felker Fort To talk politics in Tulsa, novel thought that cOUld I
I 'Jointly Monday night by thej' to answer the 1960 from the New York Port Frankfort and was the widowof Not every Southerner to be Worth accountant. "I'll vote Okla., 26 professional men win and lose vote for *!*
i ( Venice and Nokomis Parent. charges during the question Authority where he was with Dr. James W. Hadley. Upon sure is preparing to cast An for Goldwater. I think we met at dinner recently s son Said Brown:
8 and answer period which fol. the maintenance division for Dr. Hadley' death she 'against" vote. Many of them have too much foreign aid labor lawyer banker oil ex: "Johnson obviously ,
I, ? I lowed the forum. The board 20 years. moved to Tarrytown N. Y. said the Issues as well as the and Johnson is more closely ecutives, architect, salesmen, the Beatles over here?
: NATIONAL chairman spoke for 12: minutes I Mr. Roberts was a memberof Subsequent to receiving her two: men have attracted themto associated with Socialism." insurancemen, a public rela. we would forget the Bolt
i his administration St. David's Episcopal degree in Dramatic Art Mrs, the banner of Johnson or Baker Case."
defending The very fact that Johnson lions counsellor, etc. They I IS
'i : AUTO SALES and stating his belief Church, Englewood, He organized Hadley taught dramatics in Sold water. a Texan, drove for the Civil I disagreed about the Civil
that "there is no strife In and was chief for Washington Irving High 1 E. G. (Dan) Boons, a Venice Rights Act has alienated Rights Act, Cuba Big Gov
I '1964 FokoH AT the school system" four years of the WinfleU School Tarrytown, for 30 Fla., lawyer and a many Southerners. They call ernment, federal spending,

I $1799.f A request by Freeman for Park N. J., Volunteer Fire years. After her retirement Democrat said, "People In him a "turncoat" and a "ren the war in South Vlet-Nam,
Dent From Washington Irving, she Florida believe that if Gold. "
h f : 19(4 Go/We; HT a similar period to rebut water in first time egade. Socialistic trends," and
Field's remarks was deniedby Survivors Include his widow traveled abroad extensively. gets the "Johnson being a Southerner .
: $2599. the chair. Mrs. Helen Roberts; a Upon her return, he purchased Castro gets out of line, there didn't turn out to be bureaucracy.This r
IR daughter Mrs. Helen DI. a home at 838 Freemen' won't be any of this wishy- much of ," said George spectrum of issues
1961' Yotkiwogtn The two other candidates r
Gioavnnl washy stuff from the State seems to prevail across the
; a sister Mrs. Eleanor St., North Port Charlotte, in Winslow, of LaGrange Ca.. ,
I $1097. appearing on the program whole South from Texas
I Heine of Jersey City and 1961. Department . Goldwater the
cab driver.Sen. .
1961 Chevy Convert. were Democrat Dr. Chalmer and Harry L. Cooper W,, two: grandchildren, Mr. Hadley participated In will" say 'Buddy you've had a Strom Thurmond of Panhandle to the Florida
Services were held Monday many local activities. She it. Keys.
$1499. South Carolina who
I Frazee, Republican. at Rawles Funeral Home was a member of the North A Griffin, Ga., service sta- i t turned Republican, said In most localities) of

Beit Buys in Venice Chapel in Englewood with Port Charlotte Women's Club tlon operator said he Is for "Lyndon's being a Southernerwill course, the Civil Rights Act 0
t The Rev. Arlo L. Lelnback and the North Port Charlotte iroldwater "because of this
Is the teeth-gritting topic. '
: 1570 S. Trail Ph. 4885594I Library Plans vicar of St. David, officialIng Civic Men., serving as parliamentarian nigger' business." Numerous South play but some it's what part the in man the But Mrs. AI Holt a white 0001

it I Burial was in Gulf Pines In both orianlza* Southerners said a vote for stands for that will count. Jacksonville, Fla., housewife,

+ //IM& :. ; .vu Get Memorial Park. Jons, conducting as well a the GOP candidate "is th'l Thurmond's move carry said "I don't like his (Goldwater' -
only I have to
O)) class In parliamentary .
,11 PLUMBER pro Southern votes with him. ) stand on civil rightsHe
against the Government
JdtrlI WALTER WATSON MORRIS cedure. Mrs. Hadley was a ramming Greensboro C. voted against the bill.\ I'll air
In N. Roy C
'f !i board of directors of Walter Watson Morris 67, member of the Presbyterian throat.civil rights down my Millikan, a Republican, said vote for Johnson." In Degauss 1

I I 'I OUR H ATE GIVE the Venice Area Library approved of 124 Dorothy Ave., North Church.In Thurmond "is powerful La., L. F. Lessel said,
Vice the Rev. Cuth- a
Port Charlotte addition to her son, William versa, Your little "eut-up"
died will
I A STEADY STREAM Tuesday plans for the Oct 1 bert Allen, Dominican person. What he says travels "I will not tell my youngster ,
/1't OF WATER HOT In Bay Pines Veterans Hospital. A. Hadley of Tapoan a that the President of the predate good thing ,
/ i proposed new library building Urs Hadlev is survived by a priest who is acting presidentof a long way In Lawton, when he
t: Belmont College N. Okla, Mrs. John Stanfleld, a U. S. or the Chief Justice of grows up. Tillfl.
In Abbey ,
J Blalock Park.Kannenberg Ht'I' was a native of Buffalo, daughter, Mrs. William valuable
TUEYR the Supreme Court Is ene- -sfore funnily
N. Y., and moved to North Clune, of Chicago, Ill, 12 C.! said, "I am a Johnsonman Democrat, commended Thur.mond an
i r and Hanebuth, Port Charlotte grandchildren and 10 greatrandchildren. ; because I think the for his action. "I think my" china, family heirloord, .;
THE\ Sarasota architects, were au. ego from Chicago. He years [ present administration is on you should vote for the man Next to Civil Rights, it appears us. PROTECTED
' \ horized to prepare a render. retired inspector for the a the right track on all the Isues. and not the party," she said comes deep concern THINK OFVTRANSIM
for to the American Co. ." A number of those questioned over the size and role of the
ng presentation Foundry of Chicapo.
1\\ .l' BAM / In Bridge,:: City. La., Mrs. said they were "con.fused" Federal Govt., Southerners
bard in about three weeks.The Attorney ChargedOn
M. speak frequently of "regl
t Mr. Morris was memberof Bourgeois said she "look- as the familiar politic.
t' 'Ill board with a ed with disdain" Johnson orientation," Increasing controls
';'1 accepted regret NPC Barracks J743, WWI ViolationA al patterns become blurredin
I I Bag "
: a sew t..wwa rii the resignation of Mrs Veterans, and the Dixon, IU. when he first took office. But the South. "th* welfare state.
Eric Greenfield local American Legion. plea of node contendre after the attack on U. S. war. "It isn't the Democratic Said an Atlanta airlines
as rep- Survivors Include his widow (no contest) to a charge of ships in the Gulf of Tonkin, party any more," said a Tlf- ticket agent, a woman, "I'm
I ; esentative on the County Library Mrs. Thflma O. Watson possession of more than the she said, "I listened to him ton Ga, contractor "I'm uneasy about having the Government

I I JiiiiJ Advisory Board. Rock- ] a daughter Mrs. Hose Peterson -; legal limit of doves was en- for the first time and realised voting Republican." But a reach into every

I wood Bullard president, sue- of Rockford, III, and one I ered in Charlotte County how terribly wrong I had Moultrie, Ga, executive said,, part of mr "feI don't want.

I f ceded Mrs.. Greenfield. grandchild. Court Tuesday by Venice At. been eader. .". here Is a truly great "Well people around heresay "fI t rresn tAVr vnaara

Funeral services were held orner A Bradford Smith. they've going to vote Re-
; IF. Monday at Farley Funeral' Smith was arrested by In Johnson's home state,, !publican but when they get

VENICE COINS Home Chapel with The Rev Wildlife Officer Joe Sheppardwho in the voting booth with a CYRO'SVENETIAN
I Alva Soldner ,of North Port testified that the attorney full stomach and money in
HAS MOVED TO Charlotte Methodist Church had 29 doves in his posses- Heart Attack their pockets, they'll vote

I : 310 West Venice Avenue officiating. Burial will be in lion. The legal limit Is 12. Democratic Just as they always .

.: 't VENICE'S ONLY COIN SHOP Arlington National Cemetery. Smith said he was carryingall Hits Haste have...
the doves bagged by a Three other factors emerged
I WE BUY COINS GERTRUDE E. JACKSON party of three.Sentence ENGLEWOOD William in the surveys the potencyof

ALSO Mrs. Gertrude E, Jackson, was suspended by Haste, commander of Engle which is impossible to
t c I I SNYDER HEARING AID SERVICE 89, of 924 Nokomis Ave., and County Judge J. T. Rose, wood American Legion Post, measure. They are:
..I Oneonta N. y was stricken with a heart attack ;
,W' mother of e It appears that Ooldwa r
I 13 Yean In Sarasota County. Venice resident, Miss Nancy I Sunday, his 40th wedding ter has lost and may still be rCl \
I ,; 'i VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE L. Jackson, died Sept. 24 in anniversary. Hens losing, voters who originallywere +

J CALL 488.1880 Oneonta after a lengthy Ill roo ) taken to Venice Hospital.His for him Said Sam Dillon -
ness condition is reported
Florida ,
a newsman
o. Funeral services were held faIr and he will be in the Conservative
"I'm a by nature
there Sept. 27. ADMISSION' hospital two or three weeks, and I was for Goldwater S riJ tGmood
Mrs. Jackson lived Get II Karl according to his physician, V
In One. Stindlih. VanlMI' Man But he has made ; I II
g'aq t gUMltal 9Jome nta for more than 90 years ftry r : V.Journnjr.nloa| ..Vanleaj I,. Condrar Paul ,Htm.Van- Dr Ernie Smith.Knuckles compromises and so reversed many
: and had also resided in Wat. I Cirdanai timer G. Wltmu, N.plOoR .- himself
often I've changed
I I erbury, Conn. She had made RappedBy so I AND
1 1 Naomi' mind.
Krlek. V.nlaal K th.ITU my A professional
265 Nokomis Ave Venire her winter home In Venice for D. Wilham...... VanlMi' Sal ,
the past five CI.onh. North, Port Oarlotta. AuditorsA photographer in Amarillo\
She years. Cot. It W.nda Po..I, VanlMi Tex: said, "I'm a Conservative ENTERTAINMENTBOWLING
was a member of First Oct d' Oran A. Sake, VanlMI,
state auditor's but there' such thingas
Methodist Church there Willi.. Kant* Bnirtonxxl.: report released a
; a Oct. II Elltabath Vanity, NokMnhl I Tuesday criticized being too Conservative"a
past matron of ,.,
the Oneonta Cd Mu Dow.ll. Vanicai Harold
I OES and a member of the Irhanb, North Port Ch.IotWI! Altonerdu some of the records and accounts Since the Civil Rights BilLIARDS
Vrnfoal' Mary MaeKanala, of Constable Jack
I 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 Past Matron's Club, a memo North Port eh.rlolal, David Soon, Act I I. such a painful subjectin
ber of Amaranth of which InilawocHl. Kllaabath Orou. Vanlwlsonant Knuckles The audit covered the South, observers be- Dick Williams and Johnny Elbrtctif/
Wllllami.' Nokomlal Marr the period Oct. 1, 1982 to Feb.
she was : ieve that voters refrain
THE LAMPLIGHTER secretary for 30 larnw.. En.ltwoocl'I Allot Ralctur, No. some
years and In which she held kern,, William Mltehtll 29, 1964. from saying they are for AT THE ORGAN
Oct e LawrniM Klaraar, North In reply Knuckles said corrective -
I I John Ruskin sat at a window in hit home watching a ed three to state the Royalty offices and Club.belong Port' Errn Charlottt Chapptll" Edward North Lanai Port Charott V.i.ool -. measures had been called Johnson'nigger"for lovers fear ,of' being MARTI SMIGA-Your Hostess

lamplighter Ignite the itreet lamps a distant hill. .*. taken and blamed the faulty
i \ on She
was also a D'FOR
member of e An Atlanta engineer said PAUL RICHARDS Maitre
DISCHARGE procedure on an accountantvho
Since it was dark the lamplighter himself could not be the Burroughs Club
the New Kept! lOt Ironi Aldtwl, MokomUl he said that Southern women are becoming .
I no longer keepshis RESERVATIONS CALL ,"-22'S
I but his hill could be observed York State
seen, progress up the as Historical SocIety Rues Kndarton Enclowood: I I Fraak more independent of
I Oneonta 1'.1. Enllawonii: Wanda Codfrar. Mo. records.SWlERCtLCAIL (Formerly Early Wynn's Steal House)
Ruskin .
I successive lamps were lighted. turned to a friend and was konst' t Bartha Jornlffan. Nokomli l their husbands' political affiliations.
I and said: "That illustrates what I mean by a genuine affiliated with the Oneonta M.non. KlehU Vmloal' 8u< Orr "Furthermore" he i 4 MI. SO. OP VENICE ON U.S. 41
Art Center. Enilawoodl Karl Static. Vault' *
1 I Christian. You may not know him or ever see him, but She Is Out. ll Ruth Monahan, V.nloe'l! JU L -=
survived by five other 1'aul Roblnaon, North Port Charlottol'
Ir his way has been marked by the lights he leaves burning. M. Sh.rman Vmlot.
daughters I
t ; a sister and 11 Oct t, Mawarat BradUn, veal' I Ianor POWELL Mr. .n4 ?.f... J.mi. 11 ELECT STOKES
grandchildren. Wllman Naploi Jaffrar vales, diuthur, Bti.rrt Kara PWrall
t Our Services; Are Available/ / To All// Regardless bar. V.nlr.i: garah" Lonlna, Val: bon Oetobtr 4. 11X14 e,na. COUNTY JUDGE READY CASH SAVINGS
'I' Rohort Roberta 1.1..1.l) Enfltwood. BAXLET Mr. aj>4 Mn Jlmmr L.,
f I r d el fjnancioCkcsmfances; / MRS. ETHEL MAE YOUNG 0,61. > la* ..beak. 1.1.: .....I Cot, Nnko","'. .a. Jimmy. H... Bular, DEMOCRAT
r Mrs. Ethel Mae 4onard Fataa, Vtnloai Donna Jonaa, kora Oatoba I, IUOI >...
Llcaiuad h Indian* an4 Florida Young, 74, V.oll" rwnnatU Mllltr, Vtnle. .. Nov Ird IMtI'd. RESERVE IS HARD TO BEATDeposited
I// of 821 Nokomis CROSS Mr nd 101. Btrph.n D,
I Ave died Cot II Paul .lIto.. ',,
veil Elta-
Vanto. ,
oau.hUr Ana COON Pol. Ad
? ibm aan.idala'
II t i In Funeral I Business Since 1932 Monday She at Venice Hospital. nor rthur Mutton, Junta,, North Nnkomh.Port t Re.Charlotte Handlarrlkt. to,. Oetobav I. its v-m. ar

,I was a native of Attic., Vmlot D A. Melanila. En.
1I I ,. N Y. and moved to Venice 13 ,Iwoad.opt. 1.
S t Lon! II .... V.nloe, Roo.rd
i vears ago from Willlamsville, . 11.,...,. Vonleo D.vld H.... V.. fbrfljt
1 j'I 'I N. Y. lee, IIth.1 'Yong ,,1.,1)), VOltI. ; I
I R I Mrs. Young had Oat II Harry Brltlon e,., Vmlot.
{ ; been a Maraarai Patara, Venlott, Ortn Deckar. .-
cook at Venice Hospital since Vtnloti Hartuorlta loa",_. V_
It opened. I-

DllOUlfel1 Survivors Include three
daughters, Mrs. Ruth M. HI- ALLEN
I i l, ley of Williamsville, Mrs. > _
: 1/1/001
I Thelma N. Eisa and Mr. Convalescent and
i June E. Gray; three sisters, Nursing Home

'HARD 011/1 Mrs.Gertrude Mabel Berner LeCours, both and of Mrs.Buffalo 24 Hour Hurting Service I 223 W, MIAMI AVENUE VENICE

and Mrs. Beis Record Phone Venice 4814701
of Canadaqua, N. Y.j: two sir PONCE DI LION AVS.. wk ShrM.

-et11-' You Decide The Cost

) ; I Due to poor fitting er
tl {
I I I because your shoes rent a car from ECONO-CAR

.' weren't) designed to give you true The amount la spend Is a family d. in our bank.

comfort do your feet hurt we got eition at Rawlei Funeral Home a . a

I (' i.. continually or perfodicalhTThere's so big decision which we facilitate by offering for safety plus interest!
I I services In all price ranges.a .
) relief-right our y means of
R' 1 'cause we charge so little

MILLLR, Whenever you want or need extra' cash

1' I 1 BAREFOOT FREEDOM'' Inns:vlngst;' 'D8'4"' }" !""' otherLChrydi: '1ItFlc Carr or quickie-cash-to spare, without cost

+ aria MM akaeeE0MF0RWI0ES from a lime, l& (
aa , substantialwVin88
a and oil lnaU, venient as having a
ens. ant b.,1a., Call for Inquiry, pick-up or
account here in our"full-scale service

$19.95 KGONGGJUW9 bank. Save here regularly-you'll save
t 4 to 12
more, aster!

t Open a laYIng account her cowl
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I Osa .
x' kt' Supports and 0/Mopeo7c Shoes -

II 1 ; Hours 10 ..m. to 4 p.m. Closed Wednesday VENICE' SHOPPING, CENTER FH. ....'09. FUNERAL HOME] Meal. =




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I Catherine Love The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl. t1iurt. Oct. 5. N64-3

Airport Nokomis P.O.

Speaks Here I

ConUnned from page I) aa a result of the receipt of Catherine Love, Sarasota I j ,
( provided that the Clerk Exams
city return -
County extension will
closed down numerous letter agent, '
be' from local
wa.q would maintain the field, j jII
be I
organisations, guest apeaker at today'smeeting I
caking for "
,M tCacquuiri building and equipment In of Nokomis Exten 11 'A1MSAHY .
inyliijiteps .,nor various buildings at the field, good NOKOMIS Postm I r II
shape, for
* possible repossession alon Homemakers .
'p.rt cf the W. 1230-acre M donation. group James W. Cobb announced today
by the federal government She will speak and give i
ota that application are now III
appointment The
with the city did file i In
told to make the for application case of an ewer demonstration on use of color being accepted for a Civil ppysQCi
clt, committee temporary rlght-of- renc,. In the home, concluding J ; the Service exam for substitute P ,
proper application. entry and use of the 1,838- After being tied for with film, "Color
up several program a clerk at the Nokomis Poi Of \
0\ March U 1046 the V.ii > acre VAAF lust before the months In government Idea Your Key to Good rice
Area Chamber of Com base passed 'from army con red tape, the Decorating" '
let i trol city': applica.tion Cobb Mid the appointment Q 1 j1 ev eft.
rT. also appointed RichardS'oelolig to a federal civilian department to take over'th. landing Mrs. William Rudolph, will become permanent following :

and M. Cousins, at midnight an field and aeveral adjoining bresMent, will be in charge satisfactory completion rwK ''I"I, I
count commlsiloneri from April 20, 1948. buildings, including the main The meeting will be at Nokomis of a one-year probationary "
push county districts, to aid Philip H. Mallory of Nolco- hangar, Wit finally cleared Union Volunteer Firehouse period. The beginning rate I I \

the city In obtaining the fieldfrom mid was appointed civilian about Oct. 15, 11146. beginning with a 10 a. of I pay isMinimum$2,48 per hour, : I II
the U. S. government custodian of the field for the A few day: later, at a conference m. workshop. A covered dish age limit for the "
On April 'I, 11146 Venice city U. S. Engineer. of the city: council luncheon will be served at job is 18 years for high school LH IA01jI
I ;
.mew! and VACC received On April 27, 1948. County with Robert Overstreet of the noon and the regular business graduate and 18 years for '
almost Identical letter from Commissioner Cousins received U. S. Armv Engineers, Sevan meeting and demonstration otheri. The exams are open 4' '
high officials ot the War A.- a telegram from U. S. Senator nah, Qa i H R. Boswell, U. S will follow at 1.30: p.m. both to men and women ) ( # CLIP & .SAVECOUPON \I' Iq I ;;
rear Administration and J. Claude Pepper advising Army Engineers, Jackson. HosteseswilbeMrs.Frank "All qualified applicant
Hardln Peterson, who repre- him, "the War Assets Corporation ville; and S. V. Acosta, War Wolanskl. Mr. James will receive consideration for "
anted the Venice district In has authorized the Assets Administration, Jacksonville 1 Montgomery, Mr. Wllber employment without regar ,
CongrtM, advising them, chief of engineers to !Issue the government Funk and Mr, Dorothy Shad- to race, creed color or national
"V.nlce can obtain part or City of Venice Interim permit agreed/ to turn over to the duck. origin," Postmaster I
wen .U of the $1 million VenIce for operation of Venice Army city without cost the air field Members, guests and visitors Cobb stated SPECIALSI r
Army Air Base aa vlrtualfo Air Field." proper and that portion of the are requested to bring a No experience or training I

an outright gift from the On May 20, 11148, the City of base south of Fifth Street. Included covered dish and their own Is required. All applicantswill r I' ;
federal government, If the Venice table service be required to take a I I
wee granted a license were some 30 to 40 ,!
city moves at" once to protect to operate the airport. Under buildings, all with water and written examination designed 4$ 1 I

IU Interests. term of the license, granted lighting facilities. Venice now Auxiliary SetsSeason's to>> test aptitude for learning i \ \
'They! suggested the City to the city without charge the had a municipal airport.On and performing the duties of ;

' application at once to municipality was permittedto substitute clerk. Test subjects ,. it - - ..
Oct. 22 the city council Plans
the War Assets Administration take over the two-mile-long tentatively leased the main I will cover general abilities, .o iri. wash .101. COUPON/ 1 i I I

for rlght-of-ntry to the runways, three huge hangars, hanvar and two adjoining I, following Instructions and ad. ONLY KOTEX . FOR I j \
The Ladles to the
." This would In effect two auxiliary buildings, and Auxiliary dress checking. EXTRA COMFORT Illmltl. I II
buildings to the and J. Aircraft
{freeze aU of the buildings, various maintenance equip Inc, for their fly In Veteran of Foreign Wars,I Postmaster Cobb noted that 1 H I ....! ,, ; l
equipment and land at the ment. Post 8118, are going to be a'' postal employes are entitledto p llt.1t>rFLANNELLINED 33c
school of
VAAF and prevent the piecemeal The agreement, Mayor and servicing busy group for the next few liberal benefits, Including ace. .ff !
disposition that loomed Clyde V. Higel explained, planes months, with meny plans and paid vacations, sick leave
later t
About three week e e
activities lined retire
up. with an excellent
pay 4
several of the larger hangar On Columbus Day, Oct. 12, ment system and low-tOllt .'-. OCT. Kith Mi COUPON ,,)j
YOU CAN SAVE WAYS were also leased to the the Auxiliary and Poat will group life Insurance and a.ate SAO OF 30 1
Circus of the
Sparks ,
one "
3 present an American flag health benefitsApplication NLr SCOURING PADS
best known tent ihows In and some booklets entitled forma may be CORDURt \
America for their winter limit J boil --
On Auto Insurance) "Your Land and Mine" to obtained from the Nokomis F nar */' B .:;

I. LOW RATES quarters. Osprey P-TA. Post Office. 119. 4t
The tentative lease with theJ. SLACKS AND SHIRT SETS

2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS and J, Aircraft Inc, proved A rummage sale 1 I. plannedfor . I
unsatisfactory to the city I I
Roofing Building on Seaboard Tourists In 63 .
and to the company The city Sale 1.74 orT, ,1IocloCOlJPON
Ave, Mrs Curtlss m
late In January leased the
aayY *
Boyle, Is chairman. FIRST QUALITY'
main hangar and adjoining' I
A public card party Is planned SEAMLESS NYLONS I :
hangars to the Fette Aircraft Hit MillionTALLAHASSEE
I Nov. 14 at Venice Civic REG. 1.99 tweu gars r
Service of Tumoa for a year. Center with Mrs I pus ....,...... 3 ,... 97e.
ly rental of $1,200. CasperQuam
116 W. Venice AvenueT.I.phen.i This company headed by I as chairman. (FNS) SLACKS soft cotton corduroy in solid colon with .

488-8288 Vincent Fette specalized In Dates of a "Treasure Whirl" The Florida DevelopmentCommlaalon' print cotton !flannel lining. SHIRTS warm, print t ?
In December, Mrs Harold annual tourist
aircraft maintenance and ser of the 14,208278. l:rel to match pant lining. Many color 37.PROPORTIONED ocx, with 101. COUPON 1
vice. In addition to its yearly Glrard chairman, will be announced study says -
rental the new company I later.In persons who visited Floridain ONLY 'LONG.UFI 1
agreed to maintain the! field the meantime team 1981 the majority came 'D' 1 .

as well as the building it headed by: senior vicepresident from 28 states ranging from 1111. I I fseLW;romw: Sale 2 ,.. Ite I t tCOnO:4NYLON
used. The Fette Company Is Mrs. Psrmer Haynes, the high In New York and
still a tenant of the city. and 'Junior vice-president, nols to a low of 71,040 each :
Other leases quickly follow. Mrs O. Warren Feller, are, from Kansas and Maine .
ed. These Included ClementD. engaged In a membership, New York end Illinois each STRETCH C/1PRIS/ wCtCsH, COUPON
Shaw a plastic manufac contest and the winning team provided about 1.2 million paee; I ASSORTED PLANTS 1
turer; Goddard Flvin Ser will be treated to a dinner tourists and Michigan was L,t ONLY ,IN 2-iNCH PLANTERS
vice and the Aircraft Engine' by the losing one. next with 994 580. 5 I
find Service Co., end things Hospital pins were present.I The 14 2 million estimate of 5 1 1 rlew.nw Sale 12c 1 1
Florida last
1 began to hum et the airport. ed at Monday nUht's meeting tourists entering ....kt :
It As result the year was a new record for the Rag 6.99 '
a city council to three Auxiliary members : .
on Jan. 14, 1947 authorized for their volunteer workIn state. In 1945 the commission VT e I IrG
Mayor Higel to Inform the a hospital other than a estimated a total of 2.5 mil
t .. .
War Asset Administration lion. r Detachable stirrup straps, erne UtVPON<<
Veteran's Hospital. Recelp- jA14 GR M
Gto the city would like to acquireall In 1963. the winter months lJ Petite, black blue | FlOWN PAS
i ti tents were Ifs Laura Walsh showed fewer tourists than r ,i or 816. ONLY 14-OZ. !
\ the rest of the huge air and Mrs. Barrow Simpson, Average, black, blue
months. The lod- limit .
r did the summer i 2 t.. $1 I 1
ban and its facilities.The
for more than 800 hours, and state got a million visitors en, red, 818. Tall, blue, Mrnetwew ICranlioicn
balance of the 1.238( seoseesaa
Mrs F." Ann Scott for more January, black '
acres in the original VAAFwas ach month during Sizes 12 to 18. i.
than 150 hours.New I
and March com-
secured piecemeal during members accepted into oared with 15 million in June, '.'A "tI.,.,... iie(.
the ensuing yean, the last
the Auxiliary were Mrs. July and August 1
parcel being deeded to the George Kaup and Mrs Tony __ . .easeOCT. /
city about six months ago Garavaglla, both former ....1,10al.. COUPON 1
Costs 1 But one of oo." popular That trip 1,010 feet
money was a members in the North. Power eae TONI ROM[ B
along the beach front and extending oneT PERMANENT
Refreshment were served ,4
bank Auto Loans can save you moneyon bark approximately to the by hostessesMrs. * To Be I
group Deleprp: a
,, sw.r
Pennlelgh9 Prep
1,100 feet. The city had previously Harold Glrard, Mr.. G. 1 .. aca44a 1r.

the over-all coat Prompt action . than a mile been of deeded beach the front more in Warren Feller and Mrs. Farmer Named Tuesday a, SUM-LOOK SANFORIZED ,11e. ,
Haynes after which the : .
kind to budget. . Initialcar So today after II year of member had a jewelry Venice\ Power Squadron IV,
payments your ,
constant effort on the part of party will appoint delegates to the Sale ory, *ithihi coupon

city officials, Venice Is the fall district conference and Sturdy, washable cotton aaze IRONING BOARD |
insurance premiums included, if you Honor sward certificate of appreciation 2.57 0 PAD AND COVER ;
proud possessor of not only Society in continental style ad- "
airports for to>> news media at l S justable.ido-tab.. 6 io 18 umiti MI
one of the finest a asp 2A1 66c Mt |
wish. Come see us now I city of It. size, and owner of Car Wash Set he group' meeting Tuesday wwiLmw goer Leo I :'tot
Center Yacht Club.
more than a mile of scarce at Tarpon
beachfront but can boast ofa Cmdr. Lawrence N. Taylor,
fine 155-epace Municipal For Saturday AP will preside.
Trailer Park, built In 1949 The certificates are being ;, weeh ehb COUPON mS.I.1II
And all this did not cost the First student car wash of awarded by the National Safe BAO OF 60
Venice taxpayers one cent In the 1964.65 school year will he Boating Week committee for ""' SPRING CLOTHESPlNSl
ad valorem taxes. sponsored Saturday by the publicity relative to that 1,11, 1 i limit a boy 3w T(
All of the manv Improvement National Honor Society of event. 1 l p.f Wllwn.f I II
that have been madeat Venice High School. The executive'' committee ;

the airport and the trailer Member of the NHS unit meeting is let for 7 p.m and ran: -! .: i g tmlh I II lr
oark have been made from will wash cars all day from 9 the general meeting will be d 'e I/in e.UbYUNocr. I

income of the two facilities a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Sin at 8 p.m.plans BAN ROIL-ON' I
Even the $60 000 paved ex- clair service station, cornerof for the educational cart.. ;' DEODORANT J if,,
Venice Avenue and the
tentlon of South Harbor Drive program will be made and I
VENICE-NOKOmS BANK I to the southern limit of the Trail. Cars will be washedfor movies will be shown by Gr nt.owIII'laFULL.SIII/ 1 aerryeswee, 62carc. ;

airport properties Is being financed 99 cent. Stan Bennett. I fit
II IIFUU bv: the West Coast Inland One-half of the profit from RUHPROOF BRIEFS, CRIB PLUS ,
JM WEST VENICE AVENUE Navigation District. the project will go to the vocational -
departments of the : DAINTY-TRIM, or POSTURE SUPPORT e
Two of the stipulations of rSEE :
W ( the outright gift of the VAAFto high school.Though TAILORED STYLES MATTRESS \
the Cltv of Venice were I
@ VENICE, FLORIDA x + that the airport continue to U. S. currency Is the new
the official exchange and the
operate under the supervisionof
the Federal Aviation Agency U. S. Post Office Department KitclmenAldSuperba
28c. 21.88
and that all revenue be carries. the mall, the trust territories VariCycle'DISHWASHER Sale Sale "j
"Saroiota Co.",,'. 0/oW/ '0"'" used to Improve the proper of Micronesia In the ,
ties. Pacific are not American soil. ans. sea pr. REG. 25.8$ I\\ .
-- .7.j
IB & I I :

ON Long-wear acetate tricot. Sturdy birch-flnish crib '

$ Full cut comfortable fit with drop side*. 49 coil, / : : j

DISPLAYNOW. White, pastels. Size 5-8. wet-reeietant mattreerPRACTICAL t I

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; :

KEEP k 4.j ,Larn s.J' }'II nt I d 1 .,t I '

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55 E e 80>. : r f"" ' r

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$ ERIEpN $ CranLoj : M

y fiJ' .
Sale I 64c CHILDREN': "
each '.. r l
i Waste baskets, large utility 2-PC SLEEPERS i
N bins pails, laundry t

nITIUIIIIlQbaskets, tissue dispensers 1 i' .
hnnt duhwahar' bullS Now \ {if
pulft.bullOn Nea New, ale -sloee.p.Clty. w us. large tubs, and 99c : t,
1 New double w.ah, Molednae. : many morel Unbreakable Sale I 1 I,' y
New luxurlout look. wide: pliable and in several ..
choice of finlihtt wood.Rintini .. 1110. U. ,: 1 "
of IfIcIUdl"l. smart color I .
tnt' en Astnt:Two: oilier,; Mriw* In, Shrink.resistbruahtclcot. j':':.

t/emocrattc Incumbent too. TIMT*'a a euiirty KltchwiAidlor ton; safe-tread plaU ( I
every kitchen' , every I
tuOgtt IL' sole Pink, blue, maize l
17 YEARS LAW ENFORCEMENT; MONEY DOWN or mint 1 to 4; 2 to 6. r:

EXPERIENCE WITHIN Venice Electric teha4q TAKE 30 DAYS OR i 1 [ ;, ''i', ,c7

OPEN MoN Thru FM. h 14 }jl ,I ,
"" SARASOTA Appliance ':30 to 'I J..


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S COURTEOUS Paid EFFICIENT Pelitlcel Ad a PROGRESSIVE Telephone 133 W. Venice 488.2834 Ave 11t. <:O'V\ Cr f 't.. ;t "

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4-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla, Inurs, Ocf 8, 1964

Charlie ChaplainFilm 1 .
District VFWAuxiliary +' I r+rrp AI r i ia
TT' 'I. 't .
} Will Be At

Head sCtte l9' '
Asolo Wednesday"The NCet 4' I

i t Visits Palmetto rM
Gold Rush," probably

r Mrs. Kenneth Norwood of Charlie Chaplin's most celebrated 1tL 41S'13 11 P1 r.tMtstN001 mlWI

i Nokomis, president of the picture and the costliest { C11 1i'II.l: 1

Tenth District Department of comedy made in the 945 maaseiuaIDaiteaaesoesslrass ; WIN I
Florida Ladies Auxiliary tot will be ftlxe6IHMP 30 -
early 1920's, presentedat
the Veterans of Foreign IIVJ oeyttlalneartauestAt ao d
Van will make her official the RingUng Museums' : : mIn
visit to Brldger Watson Junior Asolo Theater on Wednesday, ;
r Ladies Auxiliary to Post t Oct 14."The.
2488 of Palmetto today at 8l a d
e Gold Rush" is the : d
l I p.m.
I It
r \ She will report on recent story of the Klondike gold G
action taken at the state I t rush of 1898 and the two prospectors I ofP
council administration in Charlie and Big Jim
Ocala urge members to elK -1 McKay who set out to ac bend
t cooperate in auxiliary- pon. r I It quire a fortune The film
cored programs. overall, contains
Mrs Norwood regularly themes; it is an ironic com- IIrn
visits the seven units of the mentary on man's greed, the
i : Tenth District from Palmetto spiritual regeneration of a
tl I to Naples, to inspect records "wild" girl; the embodiment' ifa
and discuss the national of and refinement of Char FIRST SERVICES of the newly organized No- organized million Others who have been Instrumental ., ifm
lie's "little man" to the n'th In In the organization of the
president's ten-point ' -. I komis Baptist Mission were Sunday MW
program .L ..-..;;;::; """'""- r
from left, Ronald Garavalu
} r and related activities. degree the Seventh Day Adventist Church with Dr. mission are, ,
i r The second quarterly district NEW OFFICERS IN DEMOLAY Installed at to right, Don Raymond, junior councilor; The movie which runs 125 John Whitt (right), field missionary, as the Mrs. Arnold Keen, Mr. Keen, Porter Wood r
meeting will be held in ceremonies Sunday at Masonic Temple, are Doug Olson, master councilor, and Woody minutes, will be screened at' featured speaker Dr. J. F. Gill (second and P. D. Baird, all mission committee mesh/

f r Palmetto Oct. 24-25 the three young men above. They are, left Foss, senior councilor. (Story on page five) 2:30. 7 and 9 p.m. from right) Is Interim pastor for the newly bers; Mrs. Gill Dr. Gill and Dr. Whitt. !p

I t U BY/I! Jaycee Fish Reef Project To Sell Candy HMS Phoebe Tea IIb r

At Rycroff HomeMrs el'Is'

: I I'm proud For Hallowe'enNorman
Construction Francis Rycroft of 425
'i ": to represent the aalfl Plattner, Nokomis Baynard ass to HMS Drive Phoebe will be Chapterof host. rAb

t Lions said the of
president the
The chain and anchorfor r& British
buoy said approximately S.000 discarded
candy will sell for one dollara Empire at a tea at her home c
the Venice
: Jaycees' proposed automobile tires will
i WORLD'SLARGEST bag containing 140 pieces Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. r
i artificial fishing reef be used to construct the reef
: The club also aids in the Mrs. B. B. Tremayne will r
offshore in the Gulf will be The tires will be tied together
annual Sight Seal campaignat pour. All women of British b
placed in position within three
in units of five with steel
t weeks Dr Luther Luck, project rods and weighted with concrete the first of the year. descent are welcome n

: co-chairman announcedthis r
week "These units," said Luck
Dr. Luck said construction will give small fish a place to VOTERIGHT r
of the reef has been authorized hide grow and multiply. This }
AUTOMOBILE by the Secretary of' the type of environment attracts
Army following final approvalby larger fish which creates ex-
1 \< INSURANCE the U S. Army Corps of cellent fishing conditions
COMPANYi Engineers Preliminary work of ore- AL
Daring the tires Is being done ( L
The reef which will be constructed
by volunteers on the vacantlot
i: mainly of severol
behind Venice Lumber
thousand old automobile tires
Comoany Concrete is being
I t weighted with concrete, will supolled free by West Coat: .. .. .
be located 0. feet ------ ------------------- ----
501 west of
: [1, II] the Venice beach pavilion. Redi and-Mix service and local station tire dealers ope CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION f from 38 seconds during a fire drill which pre. .,

Off The Jetties rators are supplying the tire*. the Sheriff's Safety Club Is presented to Fire ceded the demonstration end firefighting apparatus -

: : / Exact coordinates of the A once-a-week work sched- Chief Frank Hyder of the Union VolunteerFire manned by Nokomis volunteers arrived
set for of Nokomis Sheriff ROM the In less than minute
reef will be 6,440.7 feet from ule has been up Department by on scene a
!I, I the Venice jetty light at 221 Thursdays, beginning at 1:30 Boyer following a firefighting demonstrationby after the alarm was sounded. The demonstration
degrees and 0.501.4 feet from p.m. Dr. Luck called on any. the UVFD Tuesday afternoon at Nokomis was staged at part of the school's Fire .r ,,
I I HUGH G. the beach pavilion at 270 degrees one interested to aid Jayceesin school. Pupils at Nokomis Elementary School Prevention Week program r9lf
He said tile I.
, Dr. Luck said this the project. were evacuated from the building in just
McPHERSONO would place the reef approximately work Is about half completed.

VM!.. C....... 18 nautical miles Marking the location of the
:'.:II Isle S. TAMIAMI TRAIL from the jetty light and 1.7 reef will be a styrofoam buoy, Unity Shrine I
I 'S- VENICE FLORIDA nautical miles from the pa eight feet long with a fiber.Blase
skin Approximately
Pa f.I-Uff vilion.
four feet will protrude above
He further
explained that
STATE FARMMUTUAL the waterline and should be Shrine 19 held its organizational -
the reef will be located
on a
I'AI visible Dr. Luck said, from meeting Sept 30 at Englewood .
: direct line with the Venice
I the Venice beach
Savings and Loan
I 'W'; ""',...i.u iitwuMi co...., water ion In tower 23 feet and of beach water pavil at Funds to complete the reef Assn with 08 present, and
t ;11 I Horn.OIliC.: Sloomlniton.' IlIi.oi."-2n mean low tide. are being sought through donations elected Mrs. Elizabeth Hallto

: Ixtf I, The project co-chairman to defray the costs of the top office, worthy High ROBERT M.
.... I permits, surveys and buoys Priestess.
Dr. Luck said First National The Shrine is an affiliate\
I" I SEE AMER.ICA'S Bank of Venice and the Ven- of the Masonic Order
Nokomls Bank are servingas WRIGHTREPUBLICAN
collection points for the Harold Hall was elected
TIlE NATIONAL POLICE HALt OF FAME be .4T Watchman of Shepard, Mrs.
AND MUSEUM ON UB. 4'' IN project Donations may
NORTH PORT HARLOTTIi; : sent to either bank in care of Oma Hanklns Noble Prophetess CANDIDATE
I and Tom Hankins. Associate
Artificial Fishing
ADMIT ENTIRE FAMILY $1 l the Jaycee Watchman of Shep
Reef Committee.Dr. .
I Luck said Individual ards Other offices are: Mrs County Commissioner!
I' coon' FOR ONE FOLL YEAR FOR RESIDRNTS"' donors who have contributedto kEEL \ i Carrie Macfarlane, worthy
scribe; Mrs. Dorothy Gram ( District 5)It's )
"Th. c..tooot Crl",. P..llo. Cate I. III, date include George Gibbs,
Ntlon" . .hool tHeh.,. William\ Mitchem Mark Bishop blind of Venice, worthy treas.
Thi.6 mil''. ehl.f.P.M. Irvin Muhn, Jim Duncan, + i urer; Mrs Helen Powell of not how much: money you spend
OPfor.iE tfO'f : Charles Norquist, J. W. Riehl, Port Charlotte, worthy chap.
I & ,,, FAME Fred J. Hack, W. L. Glenzlnj ELECTED top officers at the organizational meeting of lain; Mrs Beatrice Schifflerof but HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET for

I H. L. Tomlmson Unify Shrine a Masonic group in Englewood last week North Port Charlotte what do spend!
worthy Shepherdess and you
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hail. Mr. Hall was named to
the top office and her husband will fill the second position. Marvel Teller, worthy guide

There 95 charier members.. A. Deaterly was elected
WOOIWORTH'SCosmetic are trustee for one year Abe
I i Kennedy, for two years and LET'SVOTE
Charles Shaw of Venice, for
Venice EastBy three years.

Spectacular Next meeting will be Oct.
I 14 at IOOF Hall, at which CONFUSION AWAYVOTE ----

I SALLY STUBBS 'on the tee' at 9:00: am Mrs. Hall will appoint remaining

Dan McCarthy, son of Mrs. every day at Quad City. officers
Other area residents enter The group will meet the
McCarthy of 126 NY
I II'Igl' Audrey Sandhurst Dr left taining Mrs Boyer are Mr second and fourth Wednesdayof 11
III and Mrs Fred Mrs. E NOV.
for Miami where he enlisted Barr each month Unity Shrine E
I Irene McPherron and Mr 19 will be Instituted Oct. 27
I I1 in the S. Army. OAWE'RE
'" his induction he was sent and Mrs Jack Sebastian After at Scottish Rite Temple, Sarasota -
leaving here Mrs. Boyer The charter memberswill
to Fort Jackson for his nine-
\ ,will visit Mr. and Mrs Russell be Initiated during the
week basic training From
\1 Stormont in St. Peters meeting.
I II there he will go to Fort Ben
burg: and then go to Breck
nlng He wants to be a Paratrooper
'!' Good luck, Danny, I enrldge Pa, where she will
I J' make her new residence
\J'i.1 taslilg ",,Mw -0- -o- IN OUR NEW BUILDING
I shamPw A former Venice residentand Friends and neighbors are
; w'pnt Motel owner, Mrs Ivan sorry to hear that it was
Boyer Is a houseguest at the necessary for Mrs. Frank r We cordially invite you
home of Mrs. Justine Steussy. Sanders of 134 Sandhurst
4 sNarcC and her husband e- to come in and visit
i e e r Mrs. Boyer Drive to enter Venice Me. ?
I Dr Ivan Boyer, came to Ven- mortal Hospital this past r '' i; our new shop. We're
8i kep ice in 1950 and built one of week.
; II the first motels here or Guild -0- proud of it because its

: I Drive. Before Mrs Steussy Mr and Mrs. W. James ours. We will continue to
j moved to Venice East she Walker of 101 Sandhurst r. r
TORTOISE LOOK COMPACT BOTTLED SHAMPOOS was the Boyer's neighbor on Drive are very proud of their y0' I, serve you to our utmost.

I Castile or Shampoo Golf Drive and they have son Edward H. Walker who,
plastic been staunch friends since after only a little over a yearIn r .I
in rich tortoise With Egg for hair During the building of the the army, has receivedhis ty W. unconditionally

) tt: I < hues; mirror fitted. 6 6'oval and scalp. 16 ounces conditioning motel units and before Dr Captaincy. Capt. Walker guarantee you will be
I Has Hazel Foyer permanently retired and his wife Constance visited ;
,I ';' compact make-up, Hard Water Sham and was able to spend all of in Venice East before they eases s .* to, .pleased with everything

5 shades. poo;A good buy, his time here the two ladles left for overseas Capt. Walk. wt here.
I puff buy
It plus iax 8oiRei100..48eStunning "pIoneered"* that area. Both or, is supply officer of Headquarters you

". i I .. ardent golfers. they played 101st Ordnance Bat-
"M' together on the old Venice talion and are living on the w This obligates us to sells
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I I 1/:;, my's visit here the two were many. you only what you
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Club To Hear
Roman's Talkn ---- -

iryottmgs Vreeland-Martin/ Betrothal/ ; I

Legislative Amendments \ Women's Editor j J

) Phone Item to 4.88-. 808 Mr and Mrs George V ,I I J J

Vreeland of East Venice Avenue : "

mbel1l of Venlce-Noko- The Eskimos really have county "Johnson for Presi today announce the engagement 1
Worn.n" Club will nave something and what we thinkIt dent" campaign and a friend of their daughter,
legillation homework Is is a sense of humor (It whom she knew 29 yeara ago Linda, to David Martin of ,
them prior; *> poll shows up beautifully in their In Belgium saw it and called Jacksonville
for the aroup'. luncheon art). As a guest of Rlngllng her. The friend, Mrs. Robert w r"j.i
at the The groom-elect is the son j.., .
u Wednesday Museums this reporter attended McGregor of Siesta Key was I
', the events surrounding living in Belgium with her of Mr. and Mrs. William T ,I '
""lister: Saphler. preslt the opening fall art exhibit diplomat husband, who has Martin of 106 E. Aurora St. p
County end ; Eskimo works from since retired, when they met No date has been set.for
d Women Voters, Baffin Islands, Saturday Mary Gibbs who was studyingart the wedding which will be I
Holmes, chair- evening and was charmed there. Neither knew the
Gordon the leagues study with the diversity of the other was In Florida until two held here.
ot reapportionment events, Mrs Alma Houston, weeks ago. Miss Vreeland was graduated
P on guest speakers and secretary of the Canadian Eskimo - from Venice High SchoolIn
?? the 13 proposed Art Committee which Jerry McClain, son of Mr 1963 where she was a member ;, '
"* to the state con. Assembled the show, came and Mrs. Victor McClain of I '11
ndments which will be voted from Canada to talk and show 936 Dawn St., is currently visiting of Keyettes and the VHS I
lion i, Discussion theme a film, both dealing with art his parents, having arrived Band She was graduatedwith
''j(ft, HaVe Your Tares I In the Baffin Islands area, Tuesday. Jerry has honors from Massey a"' I .
be ." and she was as literate and worked with Florida State Business College in Jackson p' 'R
TL directed theniratlon charming as she was pretty Development Commission in
5apleasephier ville In May and Is
of the League In 4 ''y which is saying quite a lot. Tallahassee since his gradua. ,
w" its first presl- s hHARDWORKING The newly formed hospitality tion from Florida State University employed with General Telephone I I '
sod came to Sarasota committee of the Rlngling In April Co. ,I Ih '
Members Guild headed Her fiance Is also 1963 \ .
Jan from Long Is- by - a
There ago to addition to her Mrs. Arnold C. Kraymes, out- The W Bruce Hudaons of VHS graduate He is now attending ;jH j j'IIId
Mi work in political"i .....-. . _. "" '" did itself in its Initial effort, gig Valencia have been following Massey Business College .wfe
organized a non- serving refreshments in the the same Itinerary on and working with Beaver !" '-" ::>t \
,' she loggia overlooking the Museum Enterprises in Jacksonville.He I
and Art League/ their summer vacation for
It,S Music graduate of Hunter League of Women Voter members courtyard. For edibles the past 11 years and enjoyit will graduate in February. Milt Linda Vreeland ] \11 I
18 a hive a time of it In election yean, witness Mrs Lester they produced a beautifuland so much they do not intendto p
!f' Holmes, originally Saphier, left and Mrs Dunlap Olson They no sooner ( delicious) poached sal change Home again after '

Chattanooga! Tenn., Is got the voters registered, which they assisted In doing mon, cream cheese Igloos and two months of travel she is I Olson Installed : 'I I
'Iduats of Western Re- by "footprinting" the area near the county registration' other goodies, set a lovely busy with her gardening and Doug I
e University in Cleveland. office In Sarasota (which they are shown doing, above), table Eskimo centered with a delightful he, with his golfing They
active In civic doll, and more went first to Fontana Village,
ha been affairs since than they' begin explaining the issues to be voted on. congenial hostesses do not ex N. C., for a week, after which Doug Olson, son of Mr. and Mike Gerack, sentinel ing the service and Dad Ad. ,
community Sarasota. Mr*. SapMer president of the League, will address the ist The charming Mrs. David they scent a week with Longboat Mrs. Donald C. Olson of Also John Halback standard visor Lawrence Raymond ,
ml to ram was arranjedin : Ventce-Nokomii Woman's Club meeting Wednesday with Lindsay Jr., Guild president, Key friends at the let South Venice Boulevard, was bearer; Dale Brown, almoner presented a pastmaster councilor i
pro Mrs Gordon Holmes did her too to Installed master councller pin to Max Howard retiring ,
Elgin Morlson legis- reapportoinment study chairman, part welcomethe ter's cottage in Ashevllle as ; Scott Egglefield, mar.
chairman. on proposed legislation amendments Mrs Oleson if members and guests as Next stop was South Bend, of Robert E. Lee Chapter, shal I; Ricky Fitzgerald, orator master councilor. !.
e discussing! the themeen treasurer of the'club. did the gracious publicity di- Ind., for a visit with his broth Order of DeMolay, Sunday at ; Terry Leas, first preceptor Some 50 guests were present
rector, Florence Gilmore 4 services at the Mason for the ceremony. .,
Mrs. Saphier said: er. A special treat for Mrs. p.m ; Joel Underwood, second '
realize that we '-------"-- Heedless to say, the show, Hudson was getting to see a ic Temple preceptor; Mikl Lawrence, The master councilor's ,
?will you decide who I.I toN voter 'have his fare ready, of candidates.The which opened Sunday is excellent favorite Chicago cousin for a Woody Foss took office as third preceptor; Steve Ruth, mother was in charge of refreshments I I
i public offices, more please.' He certainly will not amendments to be explained and will please both few hours when they met at senior councilor and Don Ray fourth preceptor; Scott Walker which were served
20 of which are contested be able to make intelligent will include nine relating the artist and layman. Valparaiso, Ind They next ; mond, Junior councilor. fifth preceptor and William after the program. She
vote on 13 constitu1 decisions if he has to read to the entire state and -0- visited their two sons's families Other new officers are: Payne, sixth preceptor was assisted by his grand-
11 1 amendments, you are the amendments while he is four local amendments. The Speaking of hostesses, this in Birmingham, Mich? Shep Lawrence, treasurer; Paul Raymond, Chevalier, mother. Mrs Gall! E. Olson,
forward to a votingh'ne In the voting booth" date as a whole will vote on reporter also attended the and saw their great.granddaughter David Bowles, scribe; Gene was installing officer and and Mrs, Jane Borthwlck,
filled with 57 tabs Since the League of Women the local amendments also, ecilian Society birthday a second time Stewart, senior deacon; Newt Gareth Walmsley was Installing Mrs Betty Clark, Mrs. David
,all down. That is why it Voters Is a non-partisan organization only one of which applies luncheon last week and found (whose favorite toy, the Blauvelt, junior deacon; Mike marshall. David Bowles, F.derwood Foss ,and Miss Joyce Un
Important that each the two speakerswill solely to Sarasota County, a the members charming in great grandmother happily Sterling, senior steward; Representative DeMolay was
very-----"- present both the pros proposed change In exemptionof their hostess role, as they are said, Is a book). From there Mike Palmer, 'Junior steward: Installing senior councilor and
I and cons on the amendments. homestead from taxationfor as individuals. Nice to be able they went to Newtown, Pa., Chris Pontius, chaplain; and Max Howard Installing junior SEE!
YOURCAR There will be no dlscusslonn school purposes. to combine business and for three weeks with their councilor. All are past :
pleasure, particularly In the daughter and her family before master councilors. GEORGE TRECHARDBOB
midst of the workday which ending their two month Goldwater Film Mrs. Frederick H. Smith,
Demos Introduce I. possible occasionally. trip. Installing soloist, sang 'our JORDAN ,
-0- -.0A numbers: "Open the Gates of
'el -by For some four weeks we golden wedding anniversary Shown Saturday"A the Temple," "This Is My at National Auto Sale j :
; have been trying to reach this month for the Fred Task," "Love Brings a Little for the . J
Bin Phillips Mrs. LHo Bastian of Sorrento D. Ritters of West Bay Drive Voice, Not an Echo," a Gift of Roses," and the bene- I
Candidates At Shores to get, the details of will be celebrated on Oct. 14 motion picture which Includes diction solo, "Now the Day Is BEST USED CAR t
;your ear Insurance up to her European trip this summer In Palm Desert, Calif, with portions of the life of Senator Over." Mrs Elwood Melvin
1 Not If you've moved We were notified about his brothers and sisters. They Barry Goldwater, will be Larsen was installing organist buy. 1
''y and haven't told your it from New York and had left on Oct. 1. shown at the Venice Civic IS70 S. Trail, Venice t )
rune man. Own another better, since we don't seem to - Center, at 8 p.m. Saturday. It David Bowles gave a DeMo h. 483-5594
Changes in the status of Coffee TuesdayArea have any luck finding her, at The Louis Suters have 'Just Is free and open to the pub- lay tribute to motherhood dur I
r kids who drive Driving east say she Is home before returned from a combined lic, and will be shown by Bernard '. J .
bus ness' Tell him. she departs for somewhereelse business and pleasure trio to J. Moore. .,
lop briefly during long residents are Invited board; Paul Taylor, con if she hasn't already Panama City Beach, Fla? "Youth for Goldwater," a EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES !
drland your engine by Sarasota County Democratic stable and Robert K. Becker, done so. where he attended the Florida high school group, will have
.s' Act like it is flooded? Executive Committeeto justice of the peace. -0- Hotel and Motel Assn board special seats. They will\ assist C EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY .
ibabljr just overheated. Let a coffee Tuesday from 4.7 A party for the candidateswill Off today to Miami Beachare meeting: Their daughter with serving refreshments TRADITIONAL
ool down for half an hour p.m. at Democratic headquarters be given In Nokomis In Mrs. George Gibbs Jr Claire, accompanied them. during the evening
i try again. And checking 121 W. Miami Ave., the near future, the date to of and Mr*, Vincent Ockenfels Louis said the water, due to Mrs. Emmy Reilly will be ... Let us style your favorite vase
system very soon to meet state and county be announced next week Englewood. They are representing Hilda's passage, was lappingat In charge of the event, and _< or ceramic into beautiful 1 lamps 1
rouble calls on New York Democratic candidates. the local Democratic their bedroom door during will be assisted by Mrs Virginia
nil last year included: Samuel Herron Jr., committeeman Women's Club (and their stay. The motel they Hulse, Mr and Mrs. e Rewiring Restyling
00 calls for a tow truck. will be host and Mrs. Mrs Gibbs, the state organ- stayed in was on the beach. William Rudolph, Mrs John All Lamp Repairs
biggest group 12,000, George Gibbs Jr., committee- Adult School today nation) at a state conference -oA Kopf and daughter, Kiki, Mrs. Work by Experienced Designer and
tire trouble. More" care woman, one of the hostesses. through Saturday at surprise birthday party Chidester Johnson and daughter
out of gas last year than Other hostesses will be Mesdames Offers Algiers Hotel. Mrs Gibbs, Incidentally for Miss Elaine Temple last Patty, Colonel and Mrs. Craftsmen
year before. Wonder Masel Huston, Paul Evening recently receivedone Thursday was a true surprise Thomas Fagan. I
Taylor, Robert Becker and of the personal rewards and very pleasant occurrance
limt that sometimes come with for the birthday girl, the The film is being sponsoredby I
men feel affection for Elgin Morlson CourseA
[rears. They like to know Clay Gardenhlre Sarasota Bridge public work Her photo was in guests reported. Host and Venice-Nokomis Republican 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
takes care of them. County chairman of the the paper as head of the (Continued from page 6)) Women's Club.
10-week course In bridge,
I'll' why they come back "Burns for Governor" campaign r
with Mrs. David Putnam as -
BILL PHILLIPS FORD will represent Mayor Instructor, Is being offered by aleMara. b..S.r
e In Venice. They know Haydon Burns at the party.
Sarasota School
y can expect fair' treat.t Incumbents who will be Community "
t, expert auto repairing, present are:. State Rep. Jack beginning Beginning Monday.class will be "

I service. by atcru trainexperts needee Hasson Boyer, ,County County Tax Sheriff Collector Ross and from 8:30,: from to 10 7 p to.m 8:30.:and p.m.advanced 0 SPECIAL PURQllAS'' :

on your car, come Miss Charlie Hagerman Classes will convene In Sara
k to BILL PHILLIPS County Commissioner Masel sota High School Cafeteria. .
HO here
In Venice. Huston.
lashing red light means Other candidates who will. ing Registrations taken and interested are now persons be-. BONANZA!!
lime as a stop sign Come be at the coffee and the offices should call the Community : i ii i
a !full atop, look both they are seeking are: ..
ways School office at 1001 S. e.... .. ,
1 to when it la safe. Just Roy Graves and Glenn B. Washington Blvd., Sarasota, l I

:minder mergenfy! travel equip. Phelps Lllburn, county S. Bullington commissioner, supervisor ; for Course further fee Is $5.Nokomis, information TVJO DOOR i rt .
*''or Clar- .- '
your car: Flashlight, of registration; !
'8-in emergency ence Stokes Sr., county Judge;
H first aid kit, car awn-- Henry L. Williford, county I
|i manual and service pol. prosecutor; Chalmer L. Cooper Lions
Insurance record and and Forrest F. Freeman, j ; REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
service forms. Flares. county school board; Alvin C.. NOKOMIS-The second an- Ae V : :
Wllhelm, countyOOLWRT1FS hospital nual sale of Hallowe'en "trickor r
treat" candy, sponsored by '\jl Best buy we have ever offered in a f

the Nokomis Lions, will get .
underway this week. big family size, 2 door refrigerator

Proceeds from the sale will freezer.
be used In the club's sight
J a
conservation work. ,

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Class Set ,, _
Bridge II I
HAMSTERSreg. : 2-White 4 Yellow 2 Green :
Mrs Charles Bernhardt of I j

1442 Overbrook Road, Englewood ., e 2-Brown, 1 Pink, 1 Dark Copper t .
will begin a series' of t h : ,t
bridge lessons at.her home r '

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o-The GONDOLIER We, FU. T111,".. Oct. 8. 1964 For
, FSA DirectorTo HAV Completes Plans J

' Girl Scouting Activities Address Its 'Christmas Preview'Final c

d bit
Circle Here plan for Hospital by the HAV and made by vol. m0r71'
unteers who donate their '
Auxiliary Volunteer 'Hospi
With Meet Tomorrow Emtle Codol, ,executive director tality Shop Christmas Preview" time, thus keeping the cost ofthe r on
r Beain of Family ,Service on Oct. It are being finished article low. HAV {a' srrop
I Is non-profit organization
made today at the home of a
Assn. of Sarasota County, Mri. W D Hamilton of 216 and aU receipts are used for ar
} Area leaders and co-lead Baptist Church In Punta Gor Hanson, leader and Mrs. Mat: Inc., will speak at a meetingof Glen Oak Prive. the hospital."
1 ers of Gulfcoast Girl Scout da. Guest speaker at the 1 thew Flagler, a new junior Naomi Circle of Grace Mrs. Hamilton It chairman -; ati I
1 Council will take In four luncheon at Ryder's Congress : troop not yet designated.
part p m. Methodist Church Tuesday at of the preview, which will be UDC To Resume IWPD0
Neighborhood Five activities Inn will be Fort Myers Also Mrs Louis Jacobs, Van-
held In the lobby of the
which signal the opening of Attorney E. 0. Friday who leader, and Mrs. A. Bradford t.39: a.m.Mrs Ice Hospital from 10 a.m. to It,
the 1964-65 Scouting year this will talk on "Problems of Smith, co-leader, of BrownieTroop William Bose will be 8pm. Meets Wednesday I
ti month. Youth in This Area and What 241: and Mrs. David
hostess at her home :!
Mrs. Sam Cutler of 617 Var- Girl Scouting Can Do to Palmer, leader, and Mrs, on 61 Tables will l display Items of Col. John A. Fite Chapter, LIire
k vaezl St. will be hostess to Help." David Hamilton, co-leader ofa Valencia Road. Mrs. Austin special interest to Christmas United Daughters of the Con'federacy G
I training consultants and organizers During the morning there new Brownie Troop not yet Plnkstaff, program chairman, shoppers, although selections resumes monthly
at a meeting at her will be round table discussions designated. will introduce the speakerand will be perfect for meetings Wednesday with 01ou
home tomorrow at B:30 a.m. and training for brownie On Oct. 24 from 9:30 a.m. give the lesson. Mrs. shower or wedding gifts, she Mrs. J. H. Blackshaar of
), Area women taking part will 'Junior cadette, and senior until S p.m. there will be a Theron Shave will give the said. Some of the greatest Sarasota as hostess. S buk
1 be Ven leaders and coosmlttee training: for patrol values will be hand made
I Mr. George Boyd troop program devotion. Tea will be served at 1:30:
Nokomis members. and troop leaders at Wesley Items such as knitwear,
troop organizer
; business meeting -
and the
Codol will discuss the services p.m.
for and Mrs. Grftdale
sweaters infants and Mr. George
r'r I: I Mrs. Donald Losell Englewood Attending from the Venice 'Memorial Church in Fort Myers. of the organization which adults, and accessories will begin at 1 p.m. Assisting
: troop organizer, and will be Mrs. Cutler lead aprons Btackshear will
area aims to foster the development :Mrs.
for and home
F :,t' Mrs. Clifford Hill. Englewood er, and Mrs. R. L. Britton, November meeting will Include of, healthy family life and unusual personal items such use as be Mrs. J. M. Richardson, Fiftieth Anniversary Of
consultant.On co-leader of Cadette Troop a Neighborhood meet- through a case-work pro travel sets, ceramic flower Mrs Frank Roberta and Mrs.A. .
Wednesday, from 9 a.m. Seven; Mrs. John West, leader -'Ing and arts and crafts instruction gram. Marital and pre-mari- pots, book marks and glassware . W. Whittle.
t : I to 2 p.m., Mrs. Donald House, and Mrs. Paul Cotherman, session on Nov. :2 I in tal counseling and work with will be for sale, Mrs. The three-day sixty-ninth
i ), Neighborhood Five chairman, co-leader of Cadette Troop Punta Gorda; a Council meeting -parent-child relationships are Hamilton said annual convention of the George Grisdales To Be
will conduct' basic and advanced 79: ; Mrs. Raymond Duke, on Nov. 12 in Port Char. primary service offered Florida Division, U D C,
outdoor training for leader, and Mrs. Sam Herron lotte and a patrol and troop the public and will be HAV Christmas cards, taken which ends today In Tampa,
leaders and co-leaders at Cecil and Mrs. Edward Vitale, co- leaders training session on from pen and ink drawingsby will be reviewed at Wednes-
; Webb Wild Life Area near leaders, of Junior Troop 139, Nov 21 In Punta Gorda. He will by also Codol explain in his the talk.. Burnam Jones, local artist day's meeting Celebrated Here Sunday
\ : Punta Gorda Mrs. G. S. Keeter, leader, Delegates to the Nov. 12 referral will be offered. This is Mrs. Forrest Chapman will
: She will also be In charge and Mrs. Thomas Edmond. meeting from this area will system used between the fourth year the artist has read Louise Clark ParnaU's
of a program level conference son, co-leader, of Junior be Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. West, this and other service organ designed the cards for the poem, "Cotton-Eyed Joe" Mr. and Mrs George Grls- and White Shrine 31j Gin /
t Oct. 19 at t a.m. at the Troop 305: ; and Mrs. Ronald with Mrs. Smith as alternate. izations.He auxiliary. The 1964 card design and Mrs. B. F. Green will dale of 316 Shore Road, Nokomis Royal Oak; a member i
I took over his duties with Is that of a Spanish hos.pltal give an appraisal of Faulkner will celebrate their Royal Oak Chapter OES Jt
the newly formed association built In the fifteenth century Mrs. J. A. Brye will talk fiftieth anniversary this I Venice Woman' Club, Veu R
last month He was formerlya I which Is still in use. on the life and military career month with three events, the Garden Club and Enhtti
counselor with the Family In explanation of the pro- of Gen John 1. Hooh. first an open house Sunday Venice. Her hobby I rui
1's and Children's Service, Inc. }ject this month'Mrs. Burnam The program will conclude from J to a pro. at their orchids.
in St. Petersburg.: His work Jones, BAY president, said, with the story of Ambuscade, home. Assisting at the open htu
; on his master's degree in psychiatric "Materials for making the from "The Unvanqulshed," All friends and neighbors Sunday will be Merita,
i ANEW social work was doneat handmade articles to be told by Mrs. F G. Darsey are invited. Charles Shaw, James Qne
Tulane University placed on sale are provided chapter historian. Their actual anniversary on George Marvin. Theiss and Tbonu

I Oct. 28 will be celebratedwith
: I a family banquet at
: in 'Bloomfield
iqd Devon Gables
} f Hills, Mich. They will leave Bake SaleENGLEWOOD
Wednesday for Royal Oak,
DIVIDEND Mich where two of their
.' three sons will have an open Sale will be given by the s
i I r rt house for them on Oct. 25: Cecelia Circle at St Hi
1Wty L The third son is stationed In heal's Catholic Church ifa;
Germany.Mr. the 7:30 and 10:30: Mm Stt
1 r- and Mrs. Grlsdale day.
0' '; 'rya ,
4' t
came here six years ago
t PERIOD r t!' ) Pey from Royal Oak. He is retired -
rl h Sale
Ile .t 4 from the tool and die Industry
and she was formerly the CM
'I'i in the florist and nursery Fellows Hall in Englem
business. there will be a Rumtnic
+ tt . They are members of Yen- Sale Saturday from I in
e ' ice-Nokomis Methodist Church until 2pm. The same en
: BEGINS and Venetian Court 39, Order sting and at the lima plic
::1 of the Amaranth. He is a life a card party will be 11 in
member of Masonic Lodge, by the Rebekahs. Dessert w,''
affiliated with Northwood be served at 7 p.m, Cir
; + Lodge 851: F&AM, in Royal games start at 7:30: pm. n
W y Oak. continue until 10;30 pft,
I wt Mrs. Grlsdale Is a life Table and door prize will
NOW member of Soroptlmlst Club awarded.

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EaA MRS. DONIS DEAN PATTERSON, wife of Margaret Street Guuclc, at the coffee terr- ACTION TV
the rector of St. Marl's Episcopal Church, Ice, and President Mrs. Fred Oram. The

I opened the season for the Episcopal Churchwomen : sterling silver service MM. Gutaclt It wing 'INC.on .
with a coffee at her home Tuesday Is a recent gift to the parish. from an BEST
"Our thirtieth anniversary year" preceding the group's fret fall meeting. She anonymous donor. the official opening of |

is shown, canter, between Vke: -President Mrs. your new showroom./

c VJISNES Gulf Shamrocks |
Dr. and Mrs Douglas Wil
c--:: .1 -Jottings- liamson leave this week for
'f New York, Montreal and Chi Plumbing Inc
(Continued from page 5) cago where he will be participating \-
,< hostess were her mother and In professional meet- 628 L Venice Are., VeniceCOMGMTtfLATONS
stepfather, the John Artmans, Ings and the two will be enJoying -
I who entertained at their East the sights They will
Gate home with cocktails return Oct. 28. / /
It' from 4 to 7 p.m. -
t' Mrs. Sonia Terry Is home Dr. and Mrs. Luther Luck
t't.t. after four months spent in and daughters, Becky and ACTION TV INC
other parts of our state. She Lucy, were house guests of
visited her son, Bob, and his the James Burns recently in House
family in Tallahassee, then Tampa where he was attending on your Open
son, George Jr. and his family an educational seminar. SATURDAY OCTOBER 10
in Orlando. She liked the The Burns formerly lived in
latter city so much she tookan Venice where he was manager BLACKBURN PAVING INC.
apartment there, worked of one of the large stores
d68 s' with for some time before transferring 1310 Central Ave.
the Orange Blossom -
eneHEi so0 YDOOA MAAaIOA }t! 't t'
Theatre (which Impressedher to Tampa. The Lucks Sarasota
as being an excellent report that the Burns like it
1 For those of you who are undecided between the comfort group, she said) and openedan there but miss their Venice -

of a full-size car and the savings of a compact congratulations.You've adult .dvanced class in friends.
i Russian. She got homesick
done it again.Talked Dodge enough to come back here but We proudly offer our
into a brand-new car that's Just your meat. Coronet. will commute weekly to continue Invert a dish over a gelatin CONGRATULATIONSACTION
As much stretch-out inside lot of that cost lot the Russian courses in mold before turning it and
room as a cars a more.Easy make sure that the
which, she said, she has some mold Is in
to drive, easy to park, and easier to own truly exceptional students. the right spot before remove TV INC
I ""' than any full-size Dodge in years. -0- trig it

0 If you buy a car on style, take a look. If you buy a car on value nda Hearing(Mrs; George Helen )Vlnlng Bagg talk and ===== F ON YOUR OFFICIAL OPENING OCT. 10

take a list Coronet gives you a choice of 7 engines, about their trips, anywhere, BEST WINDOWS 'YBUILDING

I bench or bucket seats, console, four-on-the-floor, I Is next best thing to going ACCESSORIES INC.
with them. They have returned ,
sedans,wagons, convertibles, and hardtops. Any one will give you from a Jaunt to cities In WISHESACTION 2147 IOth Streetwrwmn Sarasats
more than enough room and plenty of action. Portugal and Spain, Tangier

iii, t Unlimited taste? Umited budget? Dodge that problem with Coronet and and Gibraltar.other :Morrocan They went spots with, to -"'- =-

The hot new Dodge at a new lower price. their neighbor, Mrs. Tom
Dodge comes on big for '65. Dart Coronet Polara a Custom 880 Monaco. Sherk, and Mrs Karl Stand. TV
Ish's slater Mrs Lillian ACTION
I Wooley formerly of Venice INC.
and now of Ocean Springs,
on the official I
65 Coronet Miss. To else
Dodge anyone covering of their'
2,000 miles by bus, plus the opening
plane trip over and back, in NEW SHOWROOMS TV INC.ON
: IIODOIIIMIIOIII 09 CHRYSLER three weeks would be very .
{ Y*j MOTORS WWfORMIOH wearying, but not to these In- SATURDAY
t domitable travelers. Ilda's
1 story of the 13-year-old who OCT. 10 THC OFFICIAL OPENING OF
j! See all the new Dodges on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer' "took them to the Casbah" Is YOUR HANDSOME NEW SHOWROOMS

delightful, particularly since SATURDAY OCTOBER to.
that :young Arab and she ,
i became close friends because NIATIN ?
he liked her choice of the West Coast Shell Corp.
presidential caD 414 a t e. 4IItiwl
WOLFER ,MOTORS INC. "Imagine a 13-year-old here UYUSarasota
Interested in the president of 744 VENICE,AVE. E.
a European or African country

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I Action TV To Celebrate Open House Saturday- I ..............-- .. . ............ .Nq,z.iII; fr \.4f, .. I :j

Organ music aa art Khl.iUM .', The open house celebrates himself and a lithographer before both the building addition tic" setting as possible fora ,. '1711.f, h.6kItJ j ,
and the largest and a large expansion program I he went Into TV and I Ied the interior. to provide I business firm. He proposesto o
mOlt elaborate TV .how. Just completed. The large radio work Maahke design-II "uncommercial and artls- maintain a permanent .Us- I t
end Coastcwill .. showroom equipped with the play of Mrs McKlnney's y r X"f / ,I
'0 west be pre greatest selection of TV met works She will also arrange '1 1I
entlll0 the public at an chandlM, Including color, and """ 1JiV 5IIIU !If.11114 I1i I the floral decorations for the
house to Acts 9 both hl-tl and stereo let In open house
open II p.m. at TVat the area, according to the '
.III. to : Mri McKinney, a European : >
1863 South Tre.ll.Refreshment owner, la now flanked by a :, m '::' artist who moved to

) / *, door prizes, special TV room. This second : ...,. '. .... . Venice last year with her husband
tttt Dinner place matt and room, equipped with comfort- Sam McKinney, a retired r t, tin ,wRAPiO
floral calendars will also be able viewing chain, li for ''' .'. diplomat, ahe has exhibited x
the guests both color TV viewing and ., \: I 'l1i.\' throughout Europe
there for atereo and hlfl l rj" ;' . 1 d uyA' x !tc'i
Heat I I. Stanley Mashke of listening I. 41' and in several South American I
Bay Road, owner, who Overall area now Ii 4.500 '" 'Iili cities She has exhibitedIn J J'I
r hyena here nine yean ago square feet, the owner aald :. Florida locally and in Sarasota ft1
rime .
Hamburg, N. Y. to open The open house will feature I _. :,\ and had a one-man
(rOm the TV store. He had prey!. organ music by Johnny Flbrecht .,, show last tall at Dartmouth *
oUlly been In the tame type ofboalnera and an art show by : College. E ''I
In Hamburg for 29 Tatlana McKinney. , Working In a new medium, SAT. OCT.'IOTM
year.*. A commercial art student ... glass and shells, tumbled to
achieve the proper finish, ,
tit Mrs McKinney has completed it e ditlt .
eight works which she will
LIMU CONCRETE i ; r include in the show Other
works she will display will be I'
seven oils and pastels, most vwe
Offers Congratulations To of them recently done. She
be at the t ',
will present open P ore 1" ,
house both during the morn } :, 4 \
ACTION TV INC. 4 4x ing and the afternoon .
rR She is a member of Venice- where gal Open Hou.." i. being 'f
ON THEIR Nokomis Art Assn., Sarasota I Trail held to climax RCA Victor Week I I
Art Assn. and Rlngllng Mu. TVi new home at 1863 South South Saturday 1 !
fll III I.II. Ml..I
II live broadcast on WAMR : ';
Saturday, October 10 A WELl.APpOINTED television and stereo and hi-fi room I will be presented at the event VHS Jayvees Ti ,

awaits your pleasure at Action TV. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. I

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Tho Most Thoroughly third-quarter, 38.yard
touchdown run by fullback: '

Proved Color TV You Can Buy n..antae Rustv High Stahl School enabled junior the varsIty VenIce - I

to come from behind and
Knln a 6-6 tie with Palmetto
High's B team here Tuesday I t

nlcht Palmetto went ahead in the '
R flGTOR I opening period when center
ROAVICIOR Ted McGuire took a short
Venice punt on the host 25.
yard line and returned it all
FIRSTCIIOICE I the way for a touchdown.
Both teams tried running
plays to score the extra point,

New istci COLOR I JUST A CORNER of the specious showroom at Action TV. I but line.failed Fullback to reach Jim the Parrish goal

IN tried It for Palmetto and
Stahl for Venice
I Divers' Acacemy VisitedLast I A cold; drizzle fell through ,

out the game. hampering<< both
TELEVISIONFOR Saturday members of teaches all phases of diving runners and passers and converting
the Sarasota County Civil Defense (both sport and commercial). it into a defensive i
Underwater Rescue Of particular Interest to the struggle fRhl'. touchdown
COLOR TV lash WAS t*" longest run o f '
Team and the Venice Grouper members was the academy'srecompression i
the und produced more
OVER Snooper Scuba Diving! chamber a game 0\
third of the
than one-
chamber 1
Club, visited the Divers' large hyperbaric the Indian
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Training Academy in Ft Lau- used for the treatment of diving yards gained t
Stahl led the Veniceoffense :
derdale. accidents. Since this Is the Jayvees
TEN YEARS The academy, one of the closest recompression chamber with 85 yards In 10 I
while Lorenzo Davis
finest in the United States, for this area, prepare carries
with 36 yardsin
was runnerup
lions have been made with
1965 MARK 10 SERIES the Sarasota County Civil Defense four attempts Quarterback
netted four
Air Search and Rescue Tom Thompson
Congratulations vards while halfbacks Sam
Squadron to fly any injured
WITH ALL-CHANNEL TUNING divers to this recompression Morgan and Anthony Shaw
ACTION TV chamber, whenever necessary garnered a yard apiece
All five backs took a turn
Members who visited the I on defense and held the Palmetto .
INC.ON academy were Dr and Mrs pass completions to only ,
Douglas! Williamson, Peter two of 10 attempts Morgan
Prindervllle, Jim Reid, Robin did a fine job of blocking end
FREE Johnson and Bill Walton. threw the key block that
OFFICIAL ,sprung Stahl loose In his
I Wait Dhss OPENINGOF touchdown scamper He and
PUCE MATS Lake Venice Men'sGolf Shaw each intercepted a
YOUR pass I
DOOR 1965 RCA VICTOR NEW Standings Outstanding linemen on defense
7 P.M.
9 AM. TO
CALENDARS SHOWROOMS for Venice were tack'es'
PRIZES (Through Sept. 30)) Joel Underwood and Pete
Saturday, Oct. 10Wilson's WTLpU.Ed..Pondor Pfeuffer and guards Harry
OCT. 10th Saturdayran .. II II 1 0 1 1 t0Dun..dara. 13 Clements and Jack Thiem.
.rtriii-Ju__ and Th:
P II 0 e II Pfeuffer Clements m
M.rrlck-Finninl 1\ a with second. \
came up 1
10 1 0 II
Ctrdta.Rohmantt 10 1 e IIH..n.mRayb.ra halt fumble recoveries to halt
Help us celebrate the official I opening of our new showroom, air.* 10 0 / 10 drives by the visiting b1 "
St.u.hlOn-Hu.l. I 1 / 11
conditioned for your comfort and located in the NEW ACTIONTV R John..n-HandIOF.lch.rd.nelrhrr I S.I e, 11 11 Tigers. ,"-

INC. building I mile south of Venice Gardens. W>r-Coo rr.nln.r.Dr.l.. 0 S 1 I 1 s J IAW.tmErkk.a 14: Indian Next Jayvees game/ on will tap be for Tuesday the. J .
RCA Harmon-Snll a I e II at Sarasota against/ the
WE CAN NOW BOAST OF THE MOST ELABORATE TV SHOW- Baldwi n Crystal Road Blun.WrbbHKopr . I / II Baby Sailors. Kickoff time is ,
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FACILITIES ON THE WEST COAST OF Organ SOUTH VENICE . 10 IRnh.d.D.nnt 7:30 p.m. / ; !/
Demonstration FLORIDA. Locally owned and supporting local people 35 YEARS Music -1..1..J..loon a \I 10 THE STATISTICS i, I

Watch Color OF ELECTRONIC EXPERIENCE. by Downs Palmetto 6 Venice 3 II'II'1st ,
Johnny CONGRATULATIONSI Yds Rushing 70 97 .! I
Schedule 6 \
Elbredcht Yds. Passing 24

WANT ABC NETWORK SHOWS? I TV ING Pass Total Pass AH Compl Yds 94 10 2 103 7 1 I

on the opening of Pass Had lot 3 1 '
WE CAN DO IT. A WINNING COMBINATION your showroom Fumbles Lost 3 2 '

SATURDAY, OCT. 10. Punts 142 423
Penalties 10 15


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\ II Down Indians In Defensive Battle 13-0 ? hr

Venice saw 1U hope for The scoring situation was Sailor 40. Long gathered the racked up 259 yards in rush-

*a undefeated season go by set up following a Bruce ball in and picked up his ing and passing to 131 for the "

the boards Friday night when MacDonald punt for Venice blocking and ran 60 ;yards for Indians. t1

Sarasota rallied for two that was downed on the Sail the second touchdown of the Peden netted 40 yards to

touchdown mid-way through or 23. On the first play of the quarter. Toale' kick: was lead the Indian in ;yards

the fourth quarter to poet sr series McTheny threw to good and it was. 13-0, in favorof gained Joelson was two 11

1J-0 victory in a White Sands Toale at the 45 and the the host Sailors yards behind with 38. Joel- I 1

Conference fame at Ihrig speedy halfback went the remaining ; The Indiana got the ball on son wa off on his passing

Field in Sarasota 55 yards for the six- two occasions following the game, hitting on six of 16

" The Indian were never pointer. second Sarasota score but for only 36 yardsMacDonald .

able to get their offense going Venice couldn't gain following lest it both tunes on interceptions came up witha

: ckOQ the slippery turf and the ensuing kickoff fine night punting averaging

t only one sustaineddrive and MacDonald punted to Although Venice led in first 44 yards on five kick.

j during the contest. That Sarasota Stan Long at the, downs-10 to t. Sarasota Sarasota' Jeff Chapman

came in the third quarter I averaged 42 yards on two

when Venice took over on its punt

1 / own three following a Sailor THE STATISTICS . .. .
: I punt. Venice Sarasota -; IIIi JI 41- 5 ... l ....; .. !II:"' :': -' 'rYd.d" ... aa -adwiearw.s..- _ J I

: I Using a mixture of short 1st Downs 10 6Yds HERE ARE THE VENICE JUNIOR HIGH U'L INDIANS, Hamilton, Randy Willis, George Pennell, Tom Peden, P."

1 r run and short passes the Indian tr e t Rushing 95 60 who will open their 1964 season on Thursday, Oct. 15 In a Gurda, Ron Sherman, Bill Johnson, Allen Grant, Rocco AU

f 42 in* drove 13 plays to the) Sarasota to lose rev Total Yds. Passing Yds. 131 36 259 199 home game against Sarasota Junior High. Kic off time is bano, manager;; third row: Walt Balsinger; manager, Jim!

the ball on a fumble only by right Passes Att. 16 17 4 p.m. From left, front Steve Johns, Dan Lyons Larry Burris, Burdine, Tolly Bowles. Don Heath, Bob Austin, Ward Curry

I end Charlie Hodges. Passes Comp 6 7 Rick Walker Mark Koenig Dana Hatchitt David Erb, Robert Jay Taylor, George Blackburn, Steve Deans, Victor Maunci'Robert

1 Venice got a break late in J Passes! Int. 1 2 Drawdy, Dick McCracken, Robert Fihgerald, Rodney Edwards DeVaney, James Clements, Jerry Chenaulr Georg;

the opening period when right Punt 5/44 2/42 Lester Gentzter and Don Kari; second row: Butch lees Steve Schepp, Jim Hers,, Richard LeGasie, rrwnager.

halfback Paul Peden recovered tdlllg Fumbles Lost 2 1 Dalton, manager Don Jones, Brian Sullivan, Mike Myert, Missing from photo are Jesse Simmons, Arthur Davis, ChrIs

: an opponent's fumble on Yds. Penalized 10 30 Richard Austin David Farrell, Don Willis, Wayne Fox, Bob, Jones, Jim Cobb, Bart Panton and Kenny Curry..
the Sarasota 23. Quarterback

I f I er appeared Ray reeled their Joelson off way the nine Hcnne Indiana yards immediately was and were held it p 1L BOWLINGMyakka More Than 1 100 Youths To Compete; I

to no gain on the next play t

and then Peden lost three. A Reek",, team ta 1001 tat they
\ Lanes .... ... aama W b. who cam
I With a fourth down and five tarmtrh with a biff In Area Punt Pass & Kick Event
situation on the 11. Joelson Llttren C.r .b
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I : 110-."< Rwle.t 5b s c.. Vera v.... woe "'". ladle koaon for
I tried an end sweep but pick d ....... Hood. ported" Inn hlrh, ..... and aerial witk a 171 sad
ed h.rti aerie* at W47 wit. the "help .I .'5. w....
: three Cran .
of tile folkrwed
I ,I up only necessary Made" IW r. 401 Individual hltlere l" ram and Helen. Larttaj with a 151. More than 100 boys eagerlyare late and their parents will be prizes in all three for each
j. five yardsDefensive honor. for. the lull.. Her 17mm Herb (',... bed hirh eerie for awaiting the opening fun provided by the Ford Dealers age group

Battle . of hhrhir. a at 10:00: a.m. Saturday when of America, who cosponsor "I'm cure we're going to

?1 It was strictly a defensive EbIVETERAN .nine fboB and deep des t.eerie Su Hooarnnao1H i .aid, .le Tom ram. of in BUI. tmrttm a Iii the 1964 Venlce-Englewood Punt, Pass & Kick with have a great event" said Jim
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battle from this point until Whit'. Cement. Product arwej. the .......a. ...-* Krraark Laa.nei Punt. Pas & Kick competition the National Football League. Garlitz, competition director

,t Venice threatened in the third: learn Rmdn Maa. miller run. nf.tll I.dl.iduol with 5kb Harriett..._ Th* learn, ......... Glad.. team gets under way. Here as in all other local "I know the boys are lookinj

period The Indians held the ; and wrlw 555 the ..... 5.106. I.test.....up'. hlrh their aerla.torrid of par 7M wit oa* the th. The public Is Invited to competitions 8-, 9and 10- forward to competition with

w- Sailors on the 28, 17 and 12 *Don for HftiTtooii the men with the a"MMdneJ til Bam kmor ind- lean.* klrh. ram of.*.M end othernm watch the grade and Junior year old boys can win first each other, and with Mh t er
of Ml and .
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in the first half and on the 111 *eri... Polly flood_.'* 1N3tfand hid. aerie Mew Blllr with Cror.eiimad a high school entrants punt prl7e_ _f'f Washington Redckln boys their age throughot the

18 and 25 in the second half H roW Smith Bank. 201361w mute.. a com.Blet theVrnlMNokomli br SW Grerdon op. mmea Baker of *.SIS SA.and. SOS hI_ pass and place-kick at the . country. I'll bet we have
but saw their efforts go down .* root of th. All.... .. SOS ...d Larry loll.... ton rVihnay ta- competition site, Venice High some winners in the district
um deplt Don Indl..d.
the drain early in the fourth .''., Town pot the In Berl th""a. Brother Th Gl* ton .5551. Radii VaedC.ra
quarter when a Guy Me- Tho. P.I.I Matt kelp,4 lor EdtNR..5 wer their knot oietl_ erentanorh The Venice.Englewood area wouldn't be surprised if ,

S'j I' Theny pass to Phil Toale put FLANKERS-Ready for the Southeast Seminoles from the. 1"5 Pint w,N.tior.l* .lard Bank.r of rime VIr .... til Corrr. Wolf earn, thronrb with competitors will be testing South Sarasota Count, boy
ai Sam Knaa
I Sarasota ahead by a 6-0 tomorrow night !Is thil trio of, Indian ends. From left-Nick . a* WlllaH Shepherd. Mr..* !<* 'II'.. Other rood *eorer*a went Sot fnr fun E>- their football skills at the made the trip to Washington,
t>4 for the banker and Dottle titan
count Harper Tom Landgraf and Charlie Hodge .......... the. diffimll, '' -t.10 .Pitt.gealr Hunt Vlckm to tM.. I..HaroM... ....!M.nm.....hlln 101.*W Fiord. Al same time as thousands of DC"Garlitz
HI** ....*..,_.L** .._rolM. _forfro. .Fwrk. .) 114 Henry \\'......... too T">av. other youths aged eight said members of his
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i see tn. on55w or .m .n. ........
sty!!. through 13 throughout the
rev' poiUd the tat ....... r J/s ./. Wnllemr" In. Carl Carbon 1551 Don I committee have been busy
kora. .....dent, ram thromrh with I Ia '._If 5b 81.... Mlyd r- country Scores of the win getting the Venice Stadulrn
Southeast Next 174 ........* and hlrt ram of 17*. Hewrew'a. in each local
t. BILL PHILLIPS FORD _.$. Belt*. o*rretari/4reaiurr. tope t bleb C..dJn.. Val ners competition competition site ready for
pd In. irirli. with. IM (.an. nos Rna.n.r.t. rolled .with lt a toe I will be mailed to the National Saturday. Competitors ,,iU
n top
111 tw,.. rn. Ids assnsMwd.r her hnkand, ,. .. Kick .
R. and her Punt & and
l pass punt pass place kirk.
WE Aflenrni Iadbe' Lam. ... .
i'' NEED MORE Indian FoeThe $1.. 10.1... CwN win h.h, .w I. hone form hlp'8a.take Roo"two"". of C...the I....thr..*... On ran..d Headquarters, for comparison They will be scored a point
C Lorill..IIh'. Y.m'11. * of Olin l4l-11/.111 rd t... R.h.n. ..d. h.Awn. ..h..d.... i I.ow""".ni and determination of Zone for each foot of distance the

nit. Pa"lin* Kln tied with, 10' I ILoli Glnnr l1.hI mites',. III s.i .'I .ri01 ..m... winners Further competitionsat ball travels on the fly. minus

Indians of Venice High writ .1'0.Cod"tho Cm IMlsidu.l. tAa' h'.h Ch..Iwkk' some. hoda revFatil' 'bib. help .ifr. ....,.......n'.I... wii'team | the District level will de- .I e point for each foot the ball

: School will be out to get backon ..,"I. ..d .. Gartark" a"147"for ...... n.. Sloth rim h.h.'.ned. Nth with. .a. IM.U .run...... termine winners in each age lands to the left or right ot
the winning track and to ** F1f>weeHerrlMft Lnk' Bnll... won j 'IndMdi honor with group in the 14 NFL game the center line. Distances will
Water Cendlllnlnr" Meat
; ......
a 111 rid __ I
Hi avenge two straight losses to Lean, Chet. M..., Conrtmrtlnn won .U..ooI 14. fI..9'.. .bowlln Art with Unwell th areas the areas being set be measured to the half.foot,
t.... h'irh aerie* .honor. with 214 VII > .. in .
line with television
Southeast when they invade . mm top ram of ?o and top *rlea up coverage and half-Doints awarded or
Nn t the
now from Wolfs Motteam -
the camp of the Seminoles tomorrow ." *. br ...... margins' ...h yam*_ .f Gwnr B81 t.5dlnnp fno. 1As Vnke 101.. H.rold C... .Cnle wen, of the 14 National Foot.. subtracted

night! at Bradentonfor Pint woe wai 507' to 'M>. aeeond 1.. 'A r.'I.h SAO I ball League teams. Area winners "Any ties among our boys
i woo wa* til t" *!< and third rime Rlaloek' I........ Arenry La"..
I II a crucial White Sands woo Na OSS Bill Pmdewith a tM I.eenet Th ..""' !>t nen Chrrmktrlrli I will compete during half will be played off at the end
I Conference game ..... and WS wstw and partner Chrt'layer el,.,lm>4 team hlrh rime of M4 time at NFL games. and 12 JIM GARLITZ of the program" said Garlitz
'' I
' Southeast posted its Initial tho hie IM..--ow and Jark,... the tKlhe..,.19'1. wrr sled* and..-addM nt out*I4 and the Ml hush for. team. hid, national finalists will com "In case any of our winners
\ m rid kick
l"for I lees jackets place -
64 Falcon 51495. victory of the season last Roy H.rrl.. lOWs..s. to the sir hones of llano... ",.I. "I pete at an NFL champion. warm-up are tied with other finalistsin
Iroem..M 1 I
e Iutt InrHndnalDry .wlr br 5"', ".d.. Po...* ado.. ills er outfit and autographed
a ship'game Miami after ,
the a the Zone District
of I.sueIbn ,
the or
Thursday at expense for t*. Oiwry. .IrK" Other rood third
for second and
Riverview. After losing to trial item EI.M. W t""l. r..1Ito '.....: Pat ,......... IM. Donna 8.1..... trip to Washington, D. C footballs petitions we'll have a special
w's Will team (o hiss, reJ. I"1. ... .. place. Boys 11, 12 and 13 can
) .
II rrf A. G nrh All
64 ... xpense trips to NFL
Fairlane .
51695. Sarasota by a 19-7 score in jr* br tMwtlnff 101S ram and | and All. Martin win silver and bronze play-off at a day to announced
a the ooener and then droppinga w I nninr. ill three now from WptCoait 1A0.. games for area winners and gold, ." Sponsor of the local
RedlMa. lord C.rri._ hid trophies. There will be 18
12-7 decision to North Fort sn ...m tot fns "' S toon.nn their father and mothers, program Is Bill Phillip

'64 Compact ( ) $52795. Myers in the second week of .hit H..s. .211 iTHik hlrh* rime peed for the the Flrernen.k. irarllni'RIark"laM . Venetian Bowl and all-exoense trips to Washington Fish Fry Slated Ford Inc

camper play, the Seminoles hit their Ria set wee Jnat em pia dust .f'eves The e.. P.I..t M... and to the NFL Run. Free refreshments will be

Fully Equipped stride last week by beatingthe hf 5.5 h wr. M.... T...w | P 51., E.Nwn.d hiss How rarme k4.. IMboNn. Ed ner-up Bowl game for final. Prior To VMSSoutheast served to the participants.

Rams of Riverview 19-8 I.**..*. Smitty. Reefrater* rime on .for th. *. men both In' ilniie, I
Venice will have its work w th team aerlea of tell and Coif I rams -IS n4 651,...,.aerie. Hi* teammate Game
Clayton w turned. MSIrnhat .
Wind .
64 Continental $5195. '.rln. Ix leH th* learn hlrhrm R..... a SO*. With Sarasota LeadsConference Football who to for anenioyable
cut out in trying to stop the of 404. Clq C00.. word In. bo..I1.._. Enrlewood., Hilt this Hog kind. of. fans plan
fine Southeast attack, dlrld nl' I..I rh ram..of 507 and a _I" .. eop.PH attend the Venice-Southeast
running ", 6... I> .. the hoeon .h. tots .,...10 .nd GOLF
Like New Terry o JU md vie Mr H>!S arrl.. _. '
( Beg.) which features the end sweepsof Hiln fee helped Fmlttr b their Bill. C of Fay ".r game at Southeast tomorrow
and the hl.h prle Herman. Tlnk rolled new I.aundn. pot torether emit. itrkei, night are Invited to fish day of
Tim Davis a
power '0..11. til Standlnnt' B.d-.4_
'63 Plymcuth Wagon $51495. plays of Ron DeSear The "I hid"179-211221 e-rln., of to HIS rain.and th. wish'IniUvldnil" the I ,En. .V.......... Tire R.II .Ai r M rid 10. RaceSarasota fry immediately proceeding _

I Seminole defense also provedto help Mr5kk.nt inner Pa* '........ Ill.. M Ih. Rawloi Funeral H'"_. Ladlea. Lea- the contest. TRY

I be tough in the Riverview th. Fl berman fen.I Wharf m a .tersawnsow fire. Good I Inr net....Aa odlltr. ,la bowlinr. After two U alone atop the Sponsored by the Southeast SARASOTAGOLF

'62 Ccnv $1795. game .2....<...i and were Rob m'.led. IT r.rH Rhode .w...dl.! .of. ar.bowline I win' t.and. Man S lore.learn for* White Sands Conference Booster Club the affair will

Skylark The Indians held Sarasotato RoieiV TV.Feannn.......too""l "M-'. .tn. ... .hid II ita team*. Floee Callahaa' wai the standings with a 2-0 mark following be held in the school cafeteria CLUBDAILY
in their *. Modem P''III.' "{4" Sere,,. ladr bowlw for .inBle. ram of their win from :S I to 7 Ticketsare
V.8 Stick Bucket Seats 60 yards rushing ebbs" went 160 and 8haron H._... a newcomer'rom over Venice p.m. GREEN
13-0 loss to the Sailors last to net the hid on hinrllrap w.Id aeorhit trim tarn saw North Port ctiarlotu. poiwd fclrh" last week Venice. Riverview, $1 for adults and 75 cents 53.00
However the Venice and owls MOT. rM onlr.. for Ihelr rlr .nit IN.TM North Fort Myers and for children. .
Friday. Southeast
Moo 60 Ford Wagon $595 pass defense sprung a leak M..Ha'nr. beta Lane. *"** ...,. her M 'ran J11155, d .h. 5.etben. IIprin. are tied for second place Proceeds will be used to as- Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.

and Sarasota racked up 199 .011001 With....lull a ..J lean ...-*
yards via the air lanes. with .h..., ttl now....<.if..B71.7..1fB.' ud Coin Trail Laundry. rolled a 4tl to to Riverview in its only Southeast -:..
handlrap the, .
.. lead la a.# Jerry Gotar. oIh. .,*.
54 Pontiac S225. Venice came out of the t th tremendmn ilnrl cam San b...w, a* Commodore-' of th. Sooth league encounter to date,
of .
I J1J4 and a S14S ri... I
a e e a. in good \i *.!ce Yacht Club team ..l while Charlotte
physical pot Sot
Sarasota scrap P... Tim,. .... nni .h.h In, a High of Punta

I condition with the exception nth Nth.,t a.wn".. nod hut ihrr n..ebb.....brit ..m Elm,505 1I'.b.' .1..10... 0.55.11 fa 111.Motel.yien tdal.d and Gorda hasn't played a conference MY 25 POINTPLATFORM

( of left end Tom Landgraf ...,.., the" Phillip 51u.Nw Iww 511 555 .h... aamea for n hlrh Trail tilt. The Tarpons host

1' BILL who has been nursing an ailing lee- tan tort w U th use BntII awn awls.u GIs ret of L.nndn th. .learue,rr by a..,.7 .from.. Ml the for Sarasota tomorrow night to
PHilLIPS all pin* ihortl Thri h now .1..10 ..d less .....1 their
leg season d 'bet I. 051.5. tear. ..d .d .Inn/lee/ 1poles. get league play under.
Rtrdlnn .
i Probable Indian starters and 5kka Mt Li..for.. all hen ., lip Trail Laundrr4.. Tin Pouthem lB' Sprm N. Gln_ way.

i FORD Ends-Nick Harper (178)) Th.. 758 tern ........ will SUmnlnr. and South Venlc.. Ann THE STANDINGS
n r .
and Charlie Hodges ((190)) ; with, 'h*S". """I1. "' <.. Ins by 107 Yui.t Th* D..Fir... Department th.rrol.1 MI.7 ... Law Gnfw... All Time GOP CANDIDATEC

Ii !I FORD DEALER tackles-Jim Zacharias ((199)) .1.Clrwl 1 .".d I -a *01 ram tart* to by win 4 n.. Pran Bullock. KeHner* Print- !I._ "L 1 WLT'
and Bruce MacDonald ((195)): .. SI .. .. Ko th.y anlrinil. ass Ire i led th* arorlnr for th. ladle with Vein, I I 1 I 5 C
1 C.S.4ISouth with tr.-r fin .h_'..-. rime the_.ilnat, Florene. Otterhuber.: Bon N..h. ,.rt ..,_ I I 1 I 6 C ,, .rd
I guards-Bob Somers 170)) potted 110 and 447 v
Lao R.Ih "" .t._ 15
,11001 "' .4'oId..1' 5114' ....... Le. I f s O
and Phil Youngberg ((135)) -. nt "I Inot wls/lee/ at Jlm' wood.. Brobrt. Parna of Fnrk Riverriew I I t I y
If-I nkho'. put tnrether same of SOS IDt P.1.0. o
\! 'Sf Rlrk Ruhatt I S t
Phone t06. Rem .
center Tom McDonnell "' ..10.. "401'. ".rold ....... SAl1. .and..1.I7 of to S7S kd th. way In .Inrl and CharlMUSarasota 1 1 I 1 M
I ((195)) ; quarterback-Ray JoeU Vwdhe IAdloo tenet II... Don Bead Relt won x

: 488-6787 son ((170)) ; left halfback-Terry .11 and Ow.hlrt.' ...........of. htrb IWM wnw .f 4075.. toy he bonora and P.r.for.tinrle of Enrlewood team. ram rolled with. T U s J, M
with tee tees Z2I4 for s.... gtandlnnt Don B.iil ions:; p 7.
Haskins (150)) right half trlhtlon of III _..' >
; n 'nd'yld".1' Reilty' 104 Payne, of Enrlewood.' t-S I IT
back-Paul Peden ((160)) full h rh rime honor Rh rley. Adam. h-lp.' C_ H.. W.... -. and Floyd Hunt, N

r !III back-John Henne ((160)Fleischmann's ). 001 fa.ith ra.M...n.Rwm. Fn,.MerLMn tons hid' .11I.wry. Yenta P4nVr, .;....Oredal.......11...Inraraae. Cf.. .-l.Leanel Tourney Hosts S

Mn.n .lth .5,55 ... __
01.17S. "Bernlr, -riMwelladded.; -t-fA. pun
---- 1 to"m"help rom th.General realtor T.I.tike.......all. thre...*. IM and kay Fry. of til. J. H. Iota Lions Club 72-hole Invl.
.f Co.
Sonrkarr T la team rational Golf I
\\1 .Aft. AM' sect. .hI. of none.,. of 174. IM put toretkrr. .ramea. Tournament willet Y
and 171 for Sit erl I. Em
nr .
: I / 10.. I..d. V".4 16' underway Saturday nt
D..'.. .d "M.rktan" Bho**, Ine, wu rlirKt be. o
SPECIALS I n.d..k' 16..
/ Dnra .. hind Kar with n III aerl.**. Sarasota Golf Club. It will
.J' ea ro. Bb .
a rev If Apt led the field
with .555 d'.In.rk
: r.. hi.. ..-1'" h.. B'I .... !.at .. r>m* and I. H. Sonrbr TIM. witkMaaMii continue on three successive N
nlr.heyt H. new Seri send..... _
\ J .. .. .. ZIIII Saturdays until completed.
wed ?l-n-'s. Oth. ... reAn I Wlr. lacer 1'1.' ... Beta
I II Wsed r.... 17A. 1In...... Then pen. of the Sentinel 1mot won Initial tee-off time o each
157. L.dl. O ,bl. felwith ho n.s. for Hr ark.....; day of
I Klii4 VODKA n trlplfeaM. flew two play Is at 8:30: *.m.
MIII Rohe Rew.Id.'
III. Ann Knft wr 171, but the third on. .. ill with C. Miller
tOIl.,. no.5-es. R..drle. 171 end Ad for (11 aria VI Perln of th. H.Uron additional starts at 'ive-
R..n.......1'1..... .4a new kowlr. and doss ear minute intervals. The event is
Non Mw' .
'I+ 'I i P ............ $3.29 fifth Swd'. D...... m. tho ........h Lore of Re, to The be warden onirratul.ted bd th..ra erorlnr her. lit_ram I"* open to both men and women WHEN ELECTED I WILL

j 'I nrho'. two Itl new bosh thimramr ..Ith 71 .,...,. and I2S4 arrle*. golfers and the Peoria Bankers
Gordon's $3.99 full nf ryes Federal' *a ... ... .. quart handicap # Work to CONSOLIDATE the ctivitie.
? Inn doo.". Paul I"lu. IDS and aaW .tae rid 124 ...... to ....I system will be
Jrthn Irotr. IlL R..... _'001 th* .... Iwri.a 'Pop" Jww .I the Rio used agencies where and be promoted
- - - - efficiency can
- - t hid. ..,. economy
- rn of pet In .
the" q roe ram n rood grunt .Ma ho
Jim .=.. ...... Theentry fee Includes all for the BENEFIT of the
Beam Four ROMS bowled 17 .
l .S4.-gg. -f full 1- V.....,.. r.......... 55.4 .... p.".1 r..,lly naitera a a* they Tk.were Halter.,.h""for green fees a social hour and taxpayer.
I 7 quart roe. Yld. .. ..dw Vlo MeClo''.'. 184 'Isr4. nf 711 rid .... !Noe SMedh the #6 Work to eliminate friction between political p.rt'i.' .
l1 Seagram's Crown Bacardi Rum awards dinner
''ph.. .. ... bb. 6'. st 'Inns Red,... 1114. ._ .nd on Thurs-
I t .nib ,......1t.. Grey wits inwn..001 Mm*..... II". Ili day. Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at the and to create closer liaison between all County agencies.
f ,h. 100 Ifl to help Vwwk, n olio shush. A....... 011 Ilk. d
,.. .. ,..... .. .. Sarasota Lions Den #7 Work for of Civic bodies Chamber
PHILADELPHIA b. to choir N ""fr Y *. Ky ".... of "' Jolly cooperation ,
95 fifth-$429 full ..II. l new from Ta>!or"flan.>> sari ... ladta omtklnr, to kot roe All proceeds will go to the of Commerce
.. etc. with the Commission.
I I 8.Year-Old. quart l". Xr.'Ltffl"L, _... wJr.'rank .. when .ne .. IM rid 4M Emily L*. eye research County
project and
.. pin of Key Anniy wa* pHchlnr nl.*. al 8 Work\
.' Rr.h S2S. A lei Simmon, so*. hi earn throurh witk 174 and Mil- other Lions related projects # for an open door policy In all kanwction4hearings
testis. Shock. I.'. Rill RIMI an rnnVeate !i. Dvan of Oror City "M* ..borated and discussions of County business.
BUSCH 2" with, n 171 rime Bnn. Cldwll 1
BAVARIAN BEER .*.<..._.. Bank Gin aad D.lh took all -... with a lit elnrl. .) >nd .-..... bowUd. for their #9 Work for closer cooperation between municipality
I Lere Th. Dolle' laok ..... assns
th. .
.ootllrht' (44 With the help of MI1M.' Th. sifter ... ..
.... .... Linda U. *. pork. and
II 12.0 12-Oz. r. i th* Ours raln tHIa Inmau.. and ....- C.MrdtOmr! hen/: "Mi.. ." 8eh.d.. County governmental agencies.
:. 98c u th W. T. '* Dolto' r... fife' .." Team rolled. Ml .... ind I Don. wbrtb. act rlae.nrwMett..
f 78c 'h.h. .1111 hid ...... .the Wlhon ee
and eves 1407 lerhni Btandlnaal crow "4."
i I 6 Pak COLD Bottleplus r hens hid. ,..,5o.. .10/A kith' Htahl ram.ralnd and. bed the.,7Clnnv rid I....Jolt Lntlewood, R'. II"...1... a Lan City II" enact Demit eereUry. th....and....kl.trauorar*...... Allen and'' B.Ue tiara (Continued Oct. I II I Save this Ad)

dep. .Id..1 inns with her 11 aam. and Rill Phillip. P.rd MI.... Kay Yfl tee. Illrhty-. a* .he proverb aowM of 1(4"l.Ittlo. but
811 Larry. Johnann. SIS ..dBuhl' Oho, B.kery Team waa kirk for wry- t* bad. Nw .4 474
Browse Around Under Our "Umbrella cf Bargain"SOUTH III I m WOT* hlrh for the the ladlea with .1X1 m. and MtIh. Bh.". Cnrtl. wihlrt. ("fiuaTSS LESLIE C.

GH.ndSf. Bill V.. Ho... TI..I T ears *'11I! 'M ...">. ..d! F/I aerie* Thfa
Rawlvei .. .
tAa. Avla rot Tar 14.' I, .r the bit of .
'In*, picked, op 015. '_It ipllt. H..ten ........ aiid eke. of" the lea....... work Mew Ik. rid Jonl/char r ."heriff. will b. pot
Grill.. word Individual hlrhVealr me. .howllnr a* h. put tovethw ranja d Si- w... Mns "'" W v.
VENICE LIQUORS nr 18' ..d hI..h rein .f nL Nil.1Ia. 101 SI 4 .,d SOI for a blr. SO*. n. .
... In. Mon fl...... 115. V... Ol..>.... loch... wa* hlrh. with. (I* for jr.lnrl"M4'Ta.raw. b pia.,.. tip MILLERPaid
,..... 111. F...,_ Hoeok. 111. I..wn.N Ism aam. ..d Terminal. Trana.port ::Ihv .e. .In"'aka' M.IrI.Job.:: r .fed
Reid 155 Ll.d. Jnhnrn 111. 1'.11.. 101.. I ihot f'M __ BUn ...S rid Job NolkeY." .... k.rlbn
.ea cent
Rbm 111 OnM. Rad 161. L''. ....10. Oh ni Bakery 18.I. Terminal Tn .F.t _. .flh
South Venice Shopping Center Just S. of Cyro'i .... ... ire H. and Dan Reel.It .
r IN. met Tow. 1< --0 ''P .'. _.d ...... .
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PH. 488-4480 .. Sid a Ford r.. rVnUr. nil.' K. S I"nW I . tee tw'"wllT'Caen Nlrhnla! 401 .rid for by Leslie C. Miller/ Campaign Fund
. nd
-i facer Fred.. WenU.K M th* ..
y I...... with. a bee, K* .*..>. and IIIaarm Imo. J sI y I'ak. k ., th. fn,rth with Be* Jenkins Deputy Treasurer Engleworw1
.... ,
Sad III. _
Bit ta "hale + w Mauk, ? I
Babb" SUM ltud affioin IkwaaaF aJ kt .... taut tiaa"aLU. USO -

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The GONDOLIER Venice Fla. TW OCT. 8, 1964-9

THEATER I r Charlotte Rally- Slated Oct. 15 I NPC NewsWorld II _. en1-_ I

ENGLEWOODAnnual I all candidates to be present. j

thru Saturday dote public Night"pre-election will "All be held Candl at The the program will be open to War I Veterans, Barracks at the Charlotte County High sent to Africa Mrs. Charte, I
Today Lemon Bay School cafetor public.Said 2743 of North Port School in Punta Gorda Lou. Henry 1s president.o 1 1
'ju sON AND THE turn Thursday night, Oct. IS, Robert Slebenmorgen, Charlotte, elected officers Ise Hallen plays the lead in -o- t; j
tartlng at 1:30: p.m. The WCCCA president pro-tem last Thursday afternoon at' this along with Pete Sawn. and Mrs Harold WoodIn
sLAVE QUEEN"In civic affair gives voter. a and chairman of the committee the Community Center. I Other North Porters are Warm Mineral Springs entertained VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE. j ,; i iI'

chance to meet and talk with on arrangements for the Those elected were Louis( Evelyn Henriksen and Mrs ; with a coffee at '
( Coloraopeopical the candidate for public of affair, "In former :years, vot Schmelke, commander; Otto Phil Brandon, in charge of their home last Sunday afternoon Sunday i .j
flees era living in remote areas Hock senior vice commander I makeup, and Rot Payne and in honor of the new Friday I I Saturday
The meeting Is sponsored seldom had opportunities to Frank Hess, Junior vice Claire Salovesh. vicar and his family, The
Drive-in by the West Charlotte County see and hear the candidates commander; Paul -0- Rev. and Mrs Robert W. SHRIMP MEAT i I i
Civic Association as a phase from which group they must quartermaster; palmeter'l The regular meeting of the Turner and their four child. FORACHOP ,' '
thru Saturday"FLIPPER'S of its community service select their public officers. ley, chaplain; North Port Charlotte City ren Mr. Turner is the Vlrarof CREOLE LOAF ''I' '
Today aimed at stimulating program The WCCCA has, for sometime vey, Judge advocate; and Commissioners will be held St. James Episcopal (Complete Dinner) II\ ,\
citizens to vote In the Nov 3 arranged such meetings Frank Rodman, three-year I' Monday, Oct 12 at 7 p.m, at Church in Port Charlotte, recently ': i'I
NEWADVENTURE" election. in an attempt to remedy this trustee. the Community Center. moving here from 8U 8U 99(
The association has invitedIWD situation The association Installation of officers will - Wake Forest, N. C. He also li:1
,urges all citizens to exercise be at the next meeting, The Woman' Society of hal charge of the services I
their American right of free Thursday, Nov C, at 2 p.m. Christian Service of the Trinity held each Sunday in North
end voting and hopes there will Mr. Harry Shaffer, Depart Methodist Church will Port Charlotte 4QT. PRESSURE I : ",
TEXAS" be a large turnout for the ment Senior Vice Command. hold its thrift sale this weekend St. Nathaniel Episcopal I
"4 FOR candidates' rally, on Oct. 15." er from Largo, will be the installing Friday and Saturday, in Mission is meeting in the :
officer the Scout House on Pan former sales office and
and services COOKER
GULF Slebenmorgen said speech. American Boulevard. The ABSORBINE
- held 9:15 :
are at : a m. :1
"WARLOCK"ORE TAILORSFROM es will be held to a minimumand The popular Kitchen Band sale Friday will be from 1 to each Sunday. :
the candidates will be. will entertain at the next 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 -0- JR. ; ;
THE ARCADEto given an opportunity to mingle meeting of the RepublicanClub am to 4 p.m.o The first fall meeting of the
with and talk to the audience on Wednesday, Oct. 14, South County Epiphany Guild tees' w I
at a social hour at the at 7:30: p.m. at the Community Port Charlotte U win hold was held Sept 21, at the Catholic rAMOUI 5 8 I 1 1AMRICAN \.t'
PEOPLE LEE 231 W. MIAMI conclusion of the program Center its first sewing class of the Mission building In Warm f MANU1Aa; j I Y
ascRIBING TO AND Refreshments will be served fall season tomorrow morning T
AVENUE Mrs Helene Morris win be Mineral Spring ;
THE under the supervision of Past at 9:30 at the North Port MIRRd 9Ea Size i
BEADING the guest speaker at the meetIng : Father Kelly from the Cath IRIIw/CONTROL MAIO"
NICE GONDOLIER Just West of Rawlei J President C. F. Higginbotham Charlotte Community Center ilic Church of the EpiphanyIn AUTOMATIC..LLY. TO a u.RIOWIon. I
and Mrs, Sally Helm. -0- Mrs Frances Morrison is Venice opened the meeting. HUT rROOnemo 8"
The Tuesday night com the instructor and both beginners Urs. Louis Carsten gave a NAN tu..". vLu.a COM'A'""Iro ...., 6 I '
munity sing drew a crowd of and advanced courses paper on her visit to the i
40 last week This is an oppor will be offered.0. World' sFalr :
I J 7a f4 8 tunity to meet with your The guild's hobby class!
friends and neighbors and enJoy The North Port Woman'aClub meets each Tuesday' from 10 I
singing the old songs. meets this afternoonat to 2 p.m. at the mission and PHONOGRAPH
Come on out this Tuesday 1:30: at the Community ladles attending bring their
R"t evening at 1:30: at the Com Center. own sandwich and a beverages
*r r The Kitchen Band will AUTOMATIC
munity Center pro served for lunch.
-0- vide the entertainment. Hostesses for the Septem- 4 SPEEDS- _
The Boat Club will meet fora Mrs Paul Palmeter invites bet meeting were Mrs. Lillian CONTACCAPSULES res .V rArow +. w.
1 covered dish supper next all the ladies to attend and Downs Eileen Millett, Chris-
RUG SERVICE Thursday evening, Oct. 15 at enjoy the fun tine Ott and Marie Wurth ALI ra"'" "''
HOME FURNISHING 5:30: preceeding the regular -0- The next meeting of the PNIRI arrwa.PaNOI
PATIO SHOP meeting at 7:30 The Volunteer Firemen of Guild will be Monday Oct 19 aPANIa < I II I
0 FREE DECORATING Mr, Alan Dagg, program North Port Charlotte will hold at 1 p.m. Mrs Elizabeth Peterson A/star/rarer.RPM ADAITIM
,S.ACCESSORIES chairman, announced the film their monthly games party at president, extends onnvitation 91 MIT, COMMIt '
S GIFT IDEASUOVSE "Gooney Birds' will be the Community Center Saturday to all Catholic ro Ilt.n A'"t
shown. at 7:30: p.m. ladles In North Port Wcrm YAW[. t k
-,- The Firemen hold their fire Mineral Springs and Play- $1.49 SIll
Several North Port Char- Drill each first and third more,
B lotte residents are members Monday evening at 8:00: p.min -0- 1988
of the Charlotte Players Phil front of the local Seven The executive board of the
Brandon of Los Rlos Street is Eleven Store, Women of the First Presbyterian s
the director. Anyone interested in join- Church of North Port '
OF. FURNITURE The play "The Typists" Is Ing the Firemen may meet Charlotte met last Tuesday at HAIR DRYER
scheduled for Oct 23 and 24 with them at this time Chief the home of Mrs. Hubert Mc-
421 S. Tlllliemi Tr. Venice Henriksen welcomes any who Kibben on East Safford Terrace
A! Venice Shopping Center can help. to formulate plans for PAMOUI D"YI"DuuTANnHAIR WITH DOANS.DNNr '
ARLIE GRAY -0- the fall season Mrs McKib- POITIDNWITCH. 01LUl ,
\ ART SCHOOL GALLERY The Ladles! Missionary Cir- ben> presided in the absence! of ." DOU/La' .r. IIND Noe[. t
cle of the First Baptist the president, Mrs Ed Frank, NAIL D"YI", VANITY !
AND PAINING Church meets today at 1:00p. : who is recovering from recent WH'I'I"' OUIT, ONlYIAR I @ I
Dir 6..nlnP.1na.R ./ . . m at the church. surgery .IPUICIMINT \
I '
120 W DMnomtrntloiu V.Blc. A.& The project for this month Mrs. Robert Innes on 'Jordan QUA..NTI".COM'A.'j. !
.: S'... ti oiJ Y Is Flannelgraph figures to be Street was hostess to N 5716: 1 1m.

Circle 1 last Tuesday and l
Mrs. Murray MacKay on I09
lumford Avenue entertained : t '

MIll'' 1 65 USCDIwklb Circle afternoon 2 at her home Wednesday -

I mock Mrs Ave Ida will Oden be, hostess 219 Shu-to 'WHISTLING TEA l .

Circle No 3 on Tuesday, Oct.
13. at 2 n.m.
Mrs. Roy Claunch will entertain -
Circle No 4 at her GilLETTE AFIRE( '
home, 331 Pontiac Lane next

Wednesday. Oct. 14th at 2p.m. IGHT GUARD ALUMINUMSo I
ftlNO TM Kim
The Fifth Circle or the Mess IV MMOUgKMCITV
Y, 4 rC :h} Work Circle will meet at the "01'0.QU".T' t ,I
church on Tuesday, Oct 20, ,ri.: FLATOTTOK I
: 1 I from 9:30: a.m. to 2 p.m. The 57 QUICIILY. arsa.Ran 1 I ,q
c a ;. j N ladles each bring a sandwich ILID ITIlrL ""N-
and coffee is served at lunch $1,00 Sine' I
time. The group Is currently POLISHED FINISH. t
working on several missionary 99C COMMA110
projects For the October f1.UYAWLS
project, a box of clothing will
N lw II pl, be packed and sent to the f.
w l4 r ? I Cherokee Indian Mission in .
L .
: Ilir.. Oklahoma The Rev Hayes } \
ttdI Henry is the minister In ELECTRIC KNIFE

I ?I 4 charge of the Indian work



SWITCH TO olva :: 'f I

''''' of
.N Mr and Mrs. Hubert Mc- ," ANn'. $1.2' SIZE h) I
: iJL Kibben left last Friday for ,
Middletown, Pa to visit their

son and family.- CONFAB WITHMODILILlINO 1197 '

Dr. Terrence Peterson pastor -
n"'a' N aF of the First Presbyterian .
.N. ... .4 O P
4 = Church, left Tuesday afternoon
,>,mrwt ,u Texas ROSE
for St Louis, Mo where J
he will attend weeklong Grown
missionary conference Dr. ; BUSHES ? 1
; Peterson will also be one of 1
3. the guest speakers at the conference 2 '
Missionaries, min FAMOUS TEXAS I ,
Isters and laymen from allover OROWN ROSI '
the world will gather in WEEKSUPPLY RUSHES I IN A
St Louis for the meetings VARIETY OF I
Several North Port Charlotte MANY PARITIES :
residents were hospital. Rexall Too CHOoSI ,
them Mr. .1 t tI
!zed, among Roy I

'tS Chevrolet Impala Sport Covpe-mth: new Sweep-lun roof. Claunch, Mrs. Iva Thomasand
Theodore Jabloror
Those discharged from VenIce Super7fROII'7 I ; I
Hospital last week were
waWll take the wheel Isabel[ Fox, Louisa Martin,
what you see moves you you Irene. Kent and Walter Morris Vitamins I 3 FOR $1.99 i. i

(vo't uHh-cnnnm-vp to 400 tp Mrs Carl Meyer wu moved I
from the Venice Hospitalto

One look at those longer wider lines tells you ft's the kind of ear Jet-smooth ride even smoother and more stable Sarasota SHOE POLISHER POLl DENT .
that rot the kind of apace and comfort you'd '
you into the higher On top ot you've i I
just without
c uldn't. buy before the R RIlyygR
tor. And
Chevrolet price
lot more a
price brackets. But one drive will tell:you a lot more. expect pay a SWIMMING rte reRto yA DENTURE CLEANSER
Like the look of fine walnut on the Impala's11aif N
,There's &J1 even kind ot elegance, too. LN.Vh.w 'RDiD ININI .
You've for .
rot your kInd of engine going you The tailored wall panels under the frame- INl PCLINN Is'RRUINIANI
instrument paneL
dozen available thli year-anythIng you name from a quieter new POOLSBy : SIUr11
Fisher craftamanahlp. I N '
curved windows. And Body by
E to a V8 with the authority ot 400 hp. less kind of carT There'll [LICTR/GAIL IXCIVDt1 kNlr
Beginning to feel like it's your AlrIIfATON1.Q .: I '
And the road feels like satin because our engineers IAUIM lL 48t
drive the real thing at , .
about it when lr.urnxe
be no doubt ;you I IIAIEA1
hIDe up with a new Full suspension system,teamed mI JAMES A. HICKS .n.NN t >

lth a Wide-Stance design, and made our famous your Chetrotct dealer's.See Poured Concrete Pmt tar vela IaNto1. n1ou1AA!. 69C Stu ,I J I ,1.>

Con"Ir Conetle-at ymr dealer', ,
II Aemi*fr.1I"pe.'or 65-ChetroM, ChetMe, Cheryl Using '

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I Orange Grape Fla.-Punch Pineapple-Orange
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Oatmeal I C'o k.les. I4 pk%,,r39e
Peaches 4 #2V2 $1 Sunihina't Delicious Flavored
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Fig I Bars . . . . . % 43*
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GONDOLIER Venice, Fl*. 11IUI'l., Oct. a, 1964.J regarding promised shopping r ..- J _

The People SpeakTo center: or any other matter
and neither have I recommended -

It. The allegation ljiurzmt 'Usnl1

relative to picketing is equal. .-'"
The Editor: people of the nation a curfewon ly untrue. The association I

I have Just read the news our youth is very unwise president never activated a
Also speeding was mentioned picketing committee and no
y article on the front of
page The REV. R. B. .
asked to resign The Pastor
your newspaper concerning in the article. Name one one was
juvenile crime In the Sunday of us who Is not guilty of president was re-elected for j
.J First Baptist Church .f Venice
Oct 4 edition. this crime. Did you ever stop another term shortly there ....
First I would like to apologize for a traffic light on the Trail after. ( i.-

if this letter sounds a and some adult come past you The association attemptedto i- 1 -'

''J little bitter, but this Is just like that red light was some secure better bus service
mm: or ret ASSOCIATED: PIEM the way I feel. This letterIs sort of decoration left over to Venice and Port Charlotteand If there is any ability to be In the story that was told
{ enmn: OF THE
a FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION not directed at any person from last Christmas? will, I hope, continuo to shocked left in us today we about the old beds in the

I 1" TIle AiaoMatad Plaaa b aailuatvalr aatltlad. M aw for ,.rapaalteauoa all a.w. "...._ aradltol group of persons or any You also mentioned Juvenile do so in the Interests of our must be terribly crushed at Washington mansion at Mt.
\ S ar aot .......* ........ to. Uili ,_. aad aua bar MW aalteted Mara. AU rlchta of _blk. .tloa< legal organization but to drinking. My friend, if it residents. Its members were the continual reports of dishonesty Vernon. On them are sm U
h of apoiial dlapateaaiTaa w act et n.l mother father and citizen is in the family refrigerator never Instructed to buy in in high and low glass knobs, held in place by

I'' } rob fcralddoa ava-a W awe anal advortltlaa or wrlttoa aanUaikw.aeaMtt ol fhb '_ Is .pnlsbI.d aid Ik naobllwtJoa a) a*. every of Venice and Sarasota how can you keep it from Venice or elsewhere. It insisted places One is reminded of spikes. But they're not fasten.ed .

County. them? If it is on every corn our residents have the the two men In striped suits tightly Visitors quit nsU
't' i akllahol IWr Uoodar aad Taaiadar fro.. 111-14 B. Mini A__ For several now I er and in the middle of the right to shop when, where housed in a prison cell. On urally rest their hands on the
V I' aland At S.ooad Claal Manor At Pal OKlM 't v..... Florida have heard this yean group of our block how can you keep it and how they please and, as was lounging on the lowerdeck knobs, and discover them

-'i from them? After all residents of Sarasota County, of the bunk, while the loose, slip them off for souve.nirs. .
i EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher society under tho age of 20, we have the right to do business gazing out the .
known as the teenager, condemned adults have got to make a was
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager for everything you buck at anyone' expense. there. Merchants of Port small cell window. Said the During the busy season It

I : I SAM DILLON .................................. Ntw and Newspboto Editor can think of as a group To What is good for Dad and Charlotte agreed this stand latter pensively, "When I get Is necessary to replace the

; ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent me this is a gross Injustice.As Mom should be good enough was justified.The Civic .Association objected out I'm going back myself to school then week.knobs two They or are three ordered times a
I the father of three teenagers for the youngster This is a and Improve ; by
I resent it hard statement but if this is to the padded unnatural while you are atill a petty the gross for replacement. To.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county $5,25 per rear, $3.25 per six months, $3.75 that someone, has very to form deeply a what a boy or girl sees everyday budget presented by the thief I'll be an embezzler. day, they are acattered allover

: I per three month, 10 cents per copy. Out of county $623 per year, $4.25 committee to condemn these then they must think thatit city commission and deplored Dishonesty today thriving the world, with some In

per als months, $3 per three months. is expected by all. Lets the fact that open hearing on a desperate thirst for mon- museums and private copes
.-.. lUpNaoitatrrou Flow, Pram .......* Cabal: Fl.. -. N.spgw .... young people as a crouP.Aren't put the blame for their was denied. Your 'Tax- ey and power, seem to be tions. But the original knob
1" How York N. I.. Atlanta. Get _II. II...... we "adults" lucky found the eo-called- are safely hidden away In
resident' well
that we have no other age wrong-doing where it belongs, paying aa elite. People: = highest: placesare vault. a
adults. as members and nonmembers
group to condemn us whenwe on us No matter how
t : stooping to the lowest. elastic ont'i
I do something wrong? I have lived here in Venice benefitted by our pro conscience he
become ,
have needs to

I "I I'' ; Time To Be Tough build These this young society people they didn't live that for time two have years come now to and love in es.tests mill Too reduction which few resulted of in the realty in padded a tax.1.S wider elastic Consciences-to stretching allow all manner wider and of unrighteousness the Bible statement is sin", "All the roecall

, I in. We did. You and I and and respect many young peo evil to camp under the expending aged Apostle John wrote,
items reduced elimi
were or
every adult and it started ple. Personally I think here roof. Such expansion "Whosoever commltteth iln

r :; A bW ribbon group of Venice citi- Is tried and doesn't work: there's the extreme way back with our grandparents and in Sarasota County we nated. This is necessary to starts innocently robbing transgresseth also the law;
the 10
reduce eliminate
4' Tam. has formed a Committee of the action they've taken In Brooklyn so please don't let us have a very high type of cent or utility tax. These God by failing stewardship for sin is the transgression
I \ per
put all the blame on our youth. They deserve our help, fudging a little on Income tax of the law. And ye know that
I 1 Concerned to combat the. rising tide ofII Up there vigilantes took to the streets at children. not our wrath and I for one further reductions should not returns, using slugs in vend- Christ was manifested to takeaway

i I Juvenile crime in our community night !In one section when {juvenile crime Suppose we stop and take stand up for them. Of course impair efficient city operation ing machines and so on. our sins; and in Him Is

: These responsible and dedicated people became rampant and the police couldn'thandle a long hard look at what we is some will go astray but this Because. of the arbitrary A good example is provided no sin" (I John 3:44): ),
cffer these young people. a very small percentage
were spurred by recurrent beer orgies it. attitude of the City Commission
A II True we have a wonderful For instance the bomb scare

; on the I>beach break-ins, burglaries, drunkenness The Committee of the Concerned has beach but who wants to spendall at I local school. Because and manner In which I
j they tried to put over an outrageous NEW NEIGHBORSThe
their spare time there. four youths did this we forgotthe
1 uncounted obscene telephone calls called a meeting for Oct. 15 and Invited The city does provide three several hundred that budget, many members

J. ,j to women and, last week a phony bomb law and court officials, the clergy, school tennis courts this is all well were in the class rooms doing and non-members have GONDOLIER welcomes from Connecticut.

call principals, civic leaders, parents and the end good but it is not enough.We what we parents expectof advocated unincorporatlon. At the following new Mr. and Mrs. William
our Sept. 23 meeting it was
}Ip True, these acts of hooliganism! and public In general to attend and devise a have Teen Haven which dred four To me several hun- agreed that a study of all the neighbors to South County Skaggs M Harbor Lights,
helps but if adults had good
i i I depravation committed small of action. Th. whole some pretty facts be made before Mr. and Mrs W. Frede Venice from Indiana.Mr. .
'I are by a course community their way this would be done odds for the future and I any riche m Freemont, North and Mrs. Edward
I of the area's For the should with. have the utmost faith in irrevocable action would be
minority youths. respond. away considered. Mr. Anonymous Port Charlotte, from Ohio. Hanhansen, No. 12, 100 The

most part our youngsters are the finest Meanwhile, stern action on the part The youngster. can't go to them. guessed wrong again. At the Mri. Sophia Durintsy, Esplanade, Venice from

i "'1 t anywhere ;in the land. of parents, lawmen and the courts I is In a bowline coming alley-in without contact sometimes with- date Oct.for 15 the is mentioned meeting; of as this the same meeting over 300 mem lotte 269 Grobe, from, North Chicago.Port Char. New Mr.York and Mrs. Thomas

\ ,I,j But the number of outrages and those order For one thing it might be well some so-called adult that has committee. I hope and pray bers voted, after open and Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Dixon, 740 Riviera, Venice,

i t \ participating has grown alarmingly. And for Juvenile authorities to roles their restriction had too much to drink. So that every Mom, Dad and prolonged discussion, to circularize De Forge 354 Chlcopa, from Washington, D. C.
petitions requesting
what else do we have to offer Grandparent will be North Port Charlotte from Mr. and Mrs Ken Orem,
r 'Ij{ the sad about it i is that of present ,
kl part some on the publication of names of them? NOTHING If we are and please let that young son resignations of the mayor and Michigan.Mr Kin? Street, Nokomis, from

t 11 those involved are from good, substantial Juveniles involved in crime. If boy is so concerned as we say we or daughter come along with Anonymous commissioner. I hope Mr. and Mrs Karl: Williams Indiana.

t :t: families. Sadder still I is the feet that two old enough to rob and to get drunk, ha's are, then we should do something you. After all they are the name in signing used the his right 160 Merrill, North Carl F. Peterson and Os-

\ .1 young girls took part in the 'latest series old enough to get his name in the paper.When condemn.for Maybe them a other new than recreational right condemned to meet and their have accusers every Should he have any petition.suggestions Port Youngstown Charlotte, Ohio. from on-the-Golf.ear W. Peterson Venice, ConmeD-. from

ef sordid escapades.A you're dealing with toughs It's center with a bask- It might even turn out to be relative to any method Mr E. Florey. Flamingo, Massachusetts.

: 9 f -; curfew has been suggest.d. If that time to b* tough. etball court, an Indoor swim that nice man or women next which would guarantee the Venice, from St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs Hone
, A ming pool a workshop, a door, who knows. commission will not violate burg. Browne, 704 Riviera, Vet-
; I ''I. : game room and even a phy- Again let our city charter and will rec- Mr .and Mrs J. Walter ice, from Winchester, Vs.
me repeat if we
ognize rights of
steal I fitness department our residents Thompson, 926 Harbor Dr.,

I I **- Not Needed In South County where they can go any time something are so concerned for our youth lets beside do we would be thankful. Venice from Pennsylvania. A fast draw with a bow
,: and work off some of that knock them down with During June 1963 newspapers Mr. C. E. Hlekeox, KM and arrow might be difficult

I J rv steam so many of us wish we words carried announce- Villas Dr., Venice, from but its considered a gun just
still had. But this is not that are not becoming rnent that the Civic Association Armcnk, N. Y. the same. In Florida's wild.
.1 A small in Englewood !is seekIng There going
group are responsible people good parents. Lets stand beside
many had endorsed
slate of the
to be very popular with Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. Nut life regulations the .term
I to organize chapter of the Citizen who do not agre* with the terms of the some adults because they them if we are proud of candidates headed by Mr. ting. 1216 Laurel Ave., Venice "gun" refers to shotguns,
t.1' Councils of America *n outfit out of'f Civil Rights LaW but they hardly would would have to reach back for Let them know that we 'Wood. The undersigned returned from Pittsburgh.Mr rifles pistols, air guns gas
Jackson the old pocketbook and it are glad they are around to I to NPC from a trip and Mrs. J. O. Clev- guns, blow guns, crossbows,
Mississippi. want their opposition voiced make this
through an stands to reason we are not life worth living: ,that day and Immediately enter, Glbbs Road, Venice, and bows and arrows.
''*' A representative of the organization organization such as this. that concerned about our We may start by taking themto contacted newspapers advi.,

't showed up 'in Englewood lilt week and And Englewood with just two Negro youth. It is easier to form a church next Sunday. We 'tag lame was incorrect and
committee and call them made this world and society, stating that the association Venice Area Church I IIT.
told the would-be chapter members Abraham families, would seem to be the last placeon names. Instead a great they didn't, and lets not forget had endorsed no one for any Directory

Lincoln "never wanted to amalgamate earth where a chapter of the Citizens' majority of adults will give this. office, and it was so printed.

the Negro race with white people" Council is needed, or wanted the kids a couple of bucks As I stated before this la News coverage of our city NATHANIEL'S EPISCOPAL NORTH PORT CHAKLOTTBCHURCH

and that the Citizens' Councils are "pledg The leader of the Englewood and tell them to get lost for not directed at any one person has been fairly factual and Old ODD CHURCH.... OffMTom FIRST PftRflBYTERIAN: B* CHUUCS
I group the night while friends come or ed to continue end intensify our efforts says the 21 persons who signed a petition In and bring their booze to to the Mothers and Fathers in good government. It .... Pier. a M._. Vlnr.Hnndar Dr. Itmaea 1. Pcteiaoa MtaMa*
....1_. ... .
I L. finndar" 11 ft Wonhlp SOT *
I I to enlist the support of Whit Americans: seeking a charter represent "a good have a big time all evening and Citizens of this fine coun is not bad publicity to have Hour' Oomanla lei and I'd E... ()blld_'. Claai tuM ilanKuioBlrYouth .
ty. If we are going to clean other folks know d... with A4R _
In every section of our n.tion'who oppose cross-section ef the community." That we What happens to that young house lets our (...,.......... luaolo,. I M ...
boy or girl who took the family clean from top to not condone inefficiency VENICE ASSEMBLY Of GOD Sunday Rlhlo Sad. t W amChoir .
the vicious and tyrannical legislation doubt. We know the fine citizenry of car to get lost for the bottom and not just one little end bad government. I do not VtitlM Rr-W.f at ..,..,. A..... ) ........: TMadar.ldl '..

I i I of the Civil Rights Law." Englewood better than that. evening? What are they to comer and try to hide our feel the public will judge us Sundar Kt. Victor Srhwli Nasal 10.iM a.m., Parlor TKINTTT METHODIST CHCSC

do? What is expected of faults by putting the blameon by the writings of anonymous MornlnaWonhlp.. lltOO a.m.FTCfiln Water Lea
Barrloa via.Widimdar. North Port CharMaaWSCBt
them? our very fine sons and correspondents Malicious un P...... Mortlnc, sill Wn.hlp Mnhw, 5eadq. hA u.
BBBIB i' In the article you mentioned daughters.I truths however, can help no p.vcNICE. Pint Monday. S
1:1: A New a committee of those concerned AM A PARENT WHO IS one and your Mr. Anonymous -NOEOETs METHODIST Official*.1Iou
Weapon In Delinquency said that they are in CONCERNED ARE YOU? should have Investigated CHURCH . .
the Palm Armu. a Pot IPfIIOOp: AL
facts instead
favor of of
4 a curfew. To me permitting Phono 4SMSISJofcn At Peal BOOM
I I this is a very unpleasant Sam Busby himself to become UXIB Jon-, PMtor.WanhlD Pator 11_ Vlaar.Sunday .
Venice.To confused. .*....... SM L" sad tiW a... Wont e.H. .
A juvenile court judge in Memphis, their pocketbooks of their duty to their word I would be ashamed to 111EMMANUEL., -
Tenn live in a city that had to When I voted for Mr. Wood Chnnh ,... .... .tap
j has a new in the fight homes and ...
weapon society in general. end another MothodIo' Y.tb FeIbwtbtP. mST BAPTIST CHtntCBM.
have a curfew by law to tell The Editor: on the commission ,... Blamyn. BM.Th. .
: '1 against delinquency: And what if the parents don't pay? our youth to be home at a I was surprised to see letter I believed they would *... Charhaj E. OathaarkM,

1 .i ;I Bill the parents for the COlt of keep Judge Turner holds them in of certain time. When it gets to signed 'Tax-paying Resident help and not hurt our com BOO & Tumlaml LUTHERAN Troll 481-4941 CHURCH _ondar Mhbrto, Sutea-
I 11 "hug wayward children in Institutions.This contempt the point that I can't control of NPC' in your Oct. 1 munity. I now believe I was Parlor Till 8... Chariot L Row tt4S ..., Sunday SrhooL
.... .
court which could mean imprisonment for three wrong. Chunk School" huh 11100. Wonhlp Barrio
: my sons I will dig a issue as the allegations . BaL _
; were Worship I 10.m a mLAKE8IDR 1:41 ;Y Poopla Molt
cost is normally !borne by the the parents. hole and pull it in after me.I contrary to the facts as pub Over 95 per cent of our O,0 0p.__ Ooaaal .........
I ," state, which is to say taxpayers as a don't need a committee to lished in your newspaper residents want North Port 4 ml. South LUTHERAN en U.&CHURCH 41 W..dnoadayt Iorot.f i t-ak, Mid-***
I ; ( whole the Judge Turner operates his court on the tell me how, when and the two Charlotte to be a very good n.. .... B.lvln H. Mover, 4SI4M4Wonhlp paw
i so actions of Judge Kenneth over past years. E.r.ta., 10.10 ....
i ; Turner theory that "delinquent parents cause delinquent where. If something shouldgo The Civic Association of community from every angle. Bnndw School. S.IS .... CHURCH OP THE NASAUNISoutt
J ere revolutionary. They have the Blbl. flm. t IS ..... Vests
children wrong I would expect the NPC was Incorporated ability and
'., In 95 per cent of the Dec. Ju.| Eel of Jaaetloa 41 aa4 THPhon.1
[ ,i Judge Turner thinks most of the problems police department to handle 11, 1962 by 133 Charter Members Initiative necessary to accomplish FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 4KS-40W
t of cases, and I'm trying In every way possible the matter and not this. There are, and will SCIENTIST School. hip t.m.Momirr .
I : j Juvenile delinquency can b* trac.I'M some com of which I was one. tM Wot V,le. Amu* Sunday I
to hold such parents responsible for mittee. We have a good city Now in less than two be, many divergent views and Vnloftundw Wor.Ho. i IOALa.
ad to the training and guidance years, .. Youth ........ ..10 pakraln
k youngsters council and fine the airing of these opinions S r their behavior. a police department it has over 600 members of .. Bmtaii ':">
receive from will weld them Into School. 11 a.Wdnod.f Wodnatday ...... SaUna T<*
! parents. with an excellent which I a work. S p.m.Rwdlm .
.. am one. Every member ...
I q I t I ,I So in actually forcing parents to payout It Is possible the Turner method may chief and in my opinion they'are has the right to present able common-sense program. '.11. newt Room Buntan I*and a..holldan.. ta 41 .u4.. .

s, : cash for the rehabilitation of youngsters have some beneficial results. If so, It doing a fine job. If any problem, participate in The Civic the Association presents ,,Id., .....1... from T to >. CHURCH OP CATFIOLlO THE EPIPHAKT

should be widely copied. everything Is to be run by every discussion and vote on forum whereby GRACE METHODIST CHURCH North Harbor Drlw and Barawta Bk
II' j:' they didn't properly raise In the some committee then we all questions at every meet- such pertinent matters can be Corm of Ned. ...d Onto.Bv. ,............. 4MnilRt
I' 1Cd...... Dink..... _... Cuaualna
discussed B C r W.
openly. It is *? Mwt.
first place he i is reminding them through Orlando, Fla Sentinel. might, as well close down city ing. Of this we are very hoped BuiuUr School I ti4S. ...
I t'e. hall and do away with the proud.At that all those eligible will Wonki* B.rrletl 11 iM a..... Sunday. lUo...TwTnt. "_10''
i join their talents M 0,15p.. W dn.d"r. TlM .. piM a-aj. I55' w
police and ideas
i ui department and save no time has the association with iii' filS D.., W..dti id"> Coafojotoaal: Saturday.:4,SO ta hM;
that much tax money At a instituted, or threatenedto ours SEVENTH: DAY ADVENTIST .... aad IiM a .'* pre -
time when Sarasota County Institute suit POMM Tan! U nl _t at M. 41Nokonta.
against Carl
I 'I! 'Let any B. Meyer FlvPutor. CALVARY RE/OHMBD CHUM
I Me Offdestroy
trying to sell Itself to the General
Development Corp. North Port Charlotte Goow L (Aita.ftnitmt OP' VENICB GARDENS
.... .
samMar, list l i4S.Pmrtf tee North. Baayaa Drlr.
l'I,,10 p m. ,." .....,. The ... r.... J. Sa arofc P*>"..
are some Americans: so rootedto the United States soon. CHURCHMlnbteri Mornlal WowhlDl llN...
I the Dna A. BowldMt Community Hy...ln.l hoe _
past that they would, almost lit- Moreover, says an elder of the group, TIM Hick, V....

; era My, like to stop the world and get off. "thr are too many worldly activitiesand The Open Door'the Baafar TdwhoMi School, .4I 4BS4S8S.... aAPHAEL'1I or ENGLJrWOOD R.: 0. CHUICI

I ,. However, they have not succeeded too much Wonhlp BwokM 5.55." ese ...... Ile,. William f Balfa PloW
r yet sin to tempt our chil. Mlowdil Hill 11 ...., Gerd.Mnel.ery. Ma awry w.>k day *.10 'ftL .,
:, In Suaday Man liS.. a.. 10.11 1
finding to freeze the calendaror
J dren" .
way In California.Man's Coafoialoiia, _...... 4 to > r-
mate the clock stand still. Nor will By KAY LANIUS 488-2211 but are the first to first can seven year ago, SAINT HARK EI'I8OOPALCHURCH Coafomloa. Sunday h fora Men
age-old dream I Is to find! a "Buzz buzz buzz, goes the greet anyone entering the eleven of the original operators able,. at BorrwitoIk Puts Friday K M. IiM. _

they ever. Shangri-la where peace i Is permanent and buzzer" The board lights front door of the hospital. remain. Of the 28 regular .... Donb Dou. PattanoilKM UNITED

I About the best effort In this direction problem do not *ist. But there up. A genial voice says, You'll find the latch string and substitute volunteersat a.M.5,540.., .... .,. :JJRyg\ *N5YAHOE.IQAL
I Is
no "Good Morning Venice Hospital out for when the r.1I .... M IoIr AND amroSYBD
that we have heard about has occurredIn such you open present manning the C-.Io.. Tb. RW7 L; Kohort Chalks PLO.
plea Man's best hope lies in meetIng and we know that one door, you are greeted cordial] switchboard, six are retired ...., run SmlM.. Holr' 51.4tw.
California where 32 members of a religious his difficulties as best he can right of 28 Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers ly. A feeling of warmth such employees of a telephone Uoamunloa Sunday at thl of wmiM .. tM "J
ta U ClardiO.
sect known the Russian Molokan Identified ai switchboard as one gets when welcomed The remainder .... aioata. YaM
as where he Is. When h company. lliOO Moraine Prayn and H a-ak Madya ..aCharoh
I runs away, his operators is on duty to as a guest in a friend' home "picked it up." But don't let Sttmoa (Holjr Comnanloa "I i SohoM..::: wl.... >
I Christian Holy Spiritual Jumpers, have troubles run with him-end thy grow serve anyone desiring contact Is Immediately sensed. "Coldstorage" that phrase fool you. Learning Tho Uw Baeramwtt fir* Siind of Holy In UM Commonloawill Month). a o> .tha vluM AduH.Iwd.M:,45.: *JU

i decided to quit this country and go to stronger In the process while h* with the hospital In our area. treatment simply Is to operate a switchboard 1M .. ,.. .. Bal.,'. and Holy a.ak lomatloa at koai C of Mn."a **=.bacv:4.Vmta. .
Australia. grows Now in times of emergency, not tolerated. Their neat appearance in itself isn't easy. Beyond Dan at IP DO rem during th, ..,14 and m. Knlih* S0 .
weaker .
such as, during hurricane pleasant and kindly that the operator must be on MISSION -------
I Their ra.lOn7 They want to escape the -Johnson City, Tnn., alerts, when Cleo, Dona, attitude places one desirousof her toes, always amiable, BafflaDr.. a. Old Enilawood Rd. ran BArnsr oHomcBOP
"atomic holocaust" believe Hilda and Gladys have givenus in TM .... Arthur M spun. VENICE
they will Prss-Chronicl. help a relaxed attitude. willing,.to give of oneself In a Wonhlp Sonloot iM a-ak Biota u.... Part"
I f anxious moments, In case These women with qualitiesof bright dependable manner. nund.. arh.ir1es.a. ..
I. School I sal fcafcorml
t of accident or death, "pink good character and devotion Their reward comes from the riEST CHRISTIAN CHURCH # >l* BrrriMl I lit* ...
ladles' on the switchboardare to duty make you aware heart rather than receipt ofa .nlool... of CkriMI. rally U.I.... Oace *.

The American Medical Association puts There are 190 million Americans and especially well organized, that they 'are interested in paycheck. MaMM Pailor.T PM"y: *. a Vonioo M." P Bnakw. SorrM Paw ':..p.wdaadaf .:;, ..a)
to meet with alacrity any de. you. Sacrifice they make to There Is no jealousy Wonhlp 10 am1HE -
It this" to among gchool.
people To'smok to each Suadw : mis .
way young serve 1,000 of there aav.lundv
i us are 1.2 mending circumstances. serve are beyond financial member or service the HAY 1I0101i1a RAPTlI'I' Cm'A
w or not to smoke is, of course a ,'matter doctors, I.I lawyers and Judges, 4 gas Those same ladles, however compensation for they are makes available to the hospital r1R8T 0'RAPTIST OBPHxy.M CHURCH Pre.ponr

q of individual choic.. Certainly' if station operators, 4 are personnel trained to provide there as volunteers to relieve staff, patients or to \LEach T..loaoI Trail Dr =l CM"I1'tIto
youhaven't workers .
telephone ; routine service, 12 hours paid help so that hospital of the eighteen units .... 1Cd....., 0_ ...... _. rMOM
started the habit should -Su", ....._ eu:+a onI
? and to each '
1 you serve 1,000 of each
there week
us areII day, seven day a coats may be kept as low aaposalbl. hue its own individual pur. School i tia L" Iv.... School, ,|4S ....
i';; carefully consider all the facts concerning I Federal civilian employees. UICI.Sam' 365 days a year. They not only .. pose that la spelled SERVICEa Monty W"" ... It aaL Months' 1J aTon.

I 1 your future haler before doing 100" helpers are many are in charge of the answering It is amazing/ this time of whole new concept in the 'TratalM B_..n.Wor.hl Uaioar,if StSe.It txav.... .'."S'W'eMaUy pa,
service when you dial eonitant change that since gracious manner: IIM-WMb Pr'Wdnd: "
e / IlM **, p, 5505g-sill +nXwYI.

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Von'et H.. TTiurt., c.t.. 1964-13

job Examinations Setor LovelandGets I Teens Need Approval To Marry? I PTA La France Festival Heads I ',i

I Post Office OSPREY-Joe La France
Osprey Selby GrantA - - - - - -- .
BT EUGENE GILBERT will be in charge of the festivities i
pREY Postmaster t.11Iamel tlons'' requiring the operation President Gilbert Youth at the Osprey PTA 1
of a motor vehicle. $10,000 contingent rant Carnival the school i
announced today Applications Research, Ine, D on I v
for the civil wilt be accepted from from the Selby Foundation to oI grounds Oct. 31. ,;1
Icatlone examination for the men and women. All qualified the building fund of Loveland At what age should boys La France, a special patrolman ,
i iet School for Retarded Children and girls be allowed to mar- .Na.t
of substitute clerk applicants will receive I and a leader I !
dons carrier'at the consideration for employment has) been announced by RalphW ry without consent tie League eUt. ,,1
wbrtltute Harrison, president of the Our state laws can't agree
office are being without regard to race, creed, known to virtually every
reY post color, br national origin. South Sarasota County Re- on the answer to that queson. t!. youngster In Osprey. A
pled No experience or training tarded Children' Assn. And neither, apparently The PTA is especially in
fetltutt special delivery !in required. All applicants Harrison said the pant, can the youngsters them. need of donations of any and
anger positions will also will be required to take a which must be matched by selves. But a survey we took all articles to be sold at the
(lied from this examlna- written examination designed the association, will help among 1064 teenagers makes o carnival's "Country Store."
,Appointments to these! to test aptitude for learningand make possible constructionof one thing clear; the overwhelming ?2 6AJA6r dons will be career "P" .performing the duties of a new school for retarded majority of young pick-up of household items,
\ unless otherwise3.nd these positions. Test. subjectswill children of the South County persons feel they should note clothing or what-have-you. I
the first year, be of the following types: Loveland School, now enter > permitted to marry without -a- !
period'eer consent if under 18 cause they 'Just don't understand I
probationary Ing its second years
M i ((1)) general abilities, (2)) following year, occupies
become of age. me and are constantly
appointments instructions temporary quarters in the I
and (3))
anent upon satisfactory address checking. Venice-Nokomis Church. The old theory: that women hurting my delicate ego." I II Ia Ii Ii
mature faster than I \ cent would do. 'tAnother Californian, 18year.old .
of the probation. Postal employees Said Harrison, "The Selby men was Only 1per thought a Sixty-three per teat
nletion period. The beginning to liberal are entitled grant of $10,000 Is contingenton much in evidence in the replies boy under 18 should be allow said they wouldn't expect any Carolyn] Norton, of Palo i I
d pay is $2.48 per hour, benefits including employee our raising the sum of of the teen-agers. Twen- ed to marry without consent. help from their parents if I Verdes, also didn't think her
limit fore sick paid vacations $11,423 to complete $21- ty-two per cent felt that boys Fourteen per cent said It they married early. But 73 parents would help if she
? minimum is age 18; 16 for excellent retirement leave wtb.\ pay, an 423.70 estimated building a should be allowed to marry would be all right for girls to per cent were of the opinion I married early. "It is not their I
positions graduates. Theybe and )ow cost system, fund. without consent at the age of do so. In fact, 1 per cent saw 1 that, actually, the parents duty," explained Carolyn,
school group life insurance 18, but 42 per cent would accord no objection to a no-consent would offer such help. As all, it is foolish to i
when "If the
appointed they and health benefits. school continues to marry
16th birthday Further receive the broadly based girls the same right marriage for a girl under 161 Joseph E. West Jr., of Baltimore so young. When one i
their information and Along the same lines, 13 percent There was wide variance put it: gets married, one accepts his
ever, persons under 18 application forms may be ob- community support it has In 1 felephon* I
said boys shouldn't marry between what the young people "They would help because or her financial responsibility -
the I
appointed to post tained from the past, Harrison continued,
not be post office. "
"I am confident this goal can without consent until they would expect of their, they are parents who love :
-- be met. When the funds are are over 21, but only 3 percent parents if they married in their children. Even if they From Thomas User' 16, of :
.. In hand, Loveland school will thought girls should their teens-and what they didn't approve, they would Paterson, N. J. came this I Ii I !
build on the 16-acre tract walt that long. thought the parents actually I still try to help if necessary. possible I tongue-in-cheek:! reply i ,
made available by the Sara Pamela Hillman, 17, of : 4884481DAVIS "
sota County Commissioners Lyndon, Kan., felt the samp "They wouldn't help be- I
BLALOCK last March 31 in the 40-acre Director Of Teen Haven way and based her opinionon ,
AMES T. AGENCY, INC. county tract on Highway 41 I I the past Said she: "They :

lad ufa.nctCitabllthtd in Harrison South Venice.said"he was in- Reports. Good Turnouts have have helped ever me"everythingI VINYL CRETE I : j

formed of the Selby grant In Sixteen-year-old Judy Mead, Ltt 01 spray your residence or commercial/ building with \
1929 a letter from Ric""d M Teen Haven director Mrs donating material and supplies of Lomita, Calif., also thoughther DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. \ 't
243 W. VENICE AVE. Jackson, Palmer National Bertha Reynolds voiced her and to the merchantswho parents would help "be- a /
VENICE, FLORIDA Bank trust officer.FootbaD appreciation this week for the donated prizes for the cause when they were married EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS ; ;,
Select and' Consult an Inde' good turnouts at the youth winners of the Miss Teen they probably had help : t
PHONE pendent Insurance Agent 'at you' center since it reopened last Haven contest. from their parents. NO JOB TOO SMALL I
4694791 would your Doctor or Lawyer month for the new fall and Winner of the contest and An opposite opinion came V/e offer Ae some tafis/crcfory terries/ of re fid Ai7e la i- t
Better winter season the new Miss Teen Haven is From Charles Estrada, 17, of tire roofing basinnsl .,
t test "I personally wish to thank Harmony Harden Runnerupin San Francisco, who said:
the many girls and boys fortheir the contest was Susan "They would say that if I was LESTER DAVIS OWNER ; a aP JI

Than Ever Coach all for attendance their being and well most behaved of- Capasso Mrs. Reynolds said receipts should foolish be enough able to to handle do it,it"I,! 0. Box 333 Nokomis Ph. 488-4174 :

," said Mrs. Raynolds. from the pancake and sausage -
"The parents and people ofthe supper held in conjunction
Tells RotariansCoach greater Venice area with the youth center reopening -, '
the -l recipe for folks should be very proud of our sale of tickets from INTRODUCING the exciting new
youth group" the opening night dance and
newly moved to Jim Powell of the She also paid tribute to the membership fees totaled :
Venice High School Indians Venice area business firms $20680. The second dance
couldn't keep a tone of en- which aided in the remodel. grossed $118.30 and the third
Venice thusiastic optimism out of his ng program at Teen Haven dance, $132,85, for a total of DEBONA1RE
voice as he reported the progress before the gala reopening by 45775. "
the Indians have made :
s( Tate one-phone till (or coupon below), this season to members of theVenlceNokomls BY j i ', '
add hostess with baskets of gifts and Rotary Club.
information about the city, stir in jerm- In describing this year's Top Records LEWIS HOMES S ,

Ins hospitality, end you'll have a squad, which has 20 seniors INCORPORATED' I
erous and delightful welcome. Just on it, he hinted that he would 1
phone need plenty of replacementsfor Compiled by Nancy Brown 95 E. Shamrock Blvd. I l
next year. Gilbert Tenth Service, Ine. 55 VENICE GARDENS '
M W He also emphasized that the This Last Two Weeks on
quality of football at the Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List 2 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS I
We1co e'' aeon academic level is changingfor 1 :2 7 "Do Whh Diddy, Diddy" ':
the better and declared Manfred Mann .............. 1 PANELLED LANAI OVERSIZED GARAGE ,
l that movies of each Friday Z 1 1 "Oh, Pretty Woman" t COMPLETELY AIRCONDITIONEDMODEL I .
the ,,., ,,....... 4 1
.. .. night's games help play- Roy Orbison ... HOME )located 6 blocks
NONE 4 soe ers prepare for future games. a II II "Remember (Walkin' in the 55 '
--------------------- In the business part of the Sand)" Shangri-Las ... ... 4 East on Shamrock Blvd. 11.390.
WELCOME NEWCOMERSI I I meeting, President J. Howard 4 3 3 "Bread & Butter" Newbeats I INTRODUCTORY OFFER 1
Vaughn announced that the S 131> 17 ,"We'll Sing in the 1
Oat this coupon to let us know you're. here Itaco I Rotarians would have a fam- Sunshine" Gale Garnett... S
ily party Thursday afternoon, 6 4 :I "House of the Rising Sun" f \
I II II Oct 15, at Warm Mineral Animals ... ... ...... ......... T ,
wean Springs instead of the regularnoon 7 7 13 "Dancing In the Street" ,
I meeting. Martha It Vandellas ........ .. 1
cm I He also reminded the mem- 8 18 "When I Grow Up to be a Man"
o Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on mea I bers of the attendance con- Beach Boys.......... ."..... :2 '
I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I test during the month of 9 8 12 "It Hurts to be in Love" \
QI already subscribe to the I October with the Rotary Clubof Gene Pitney .. ., ............ 4
Fill out and mail to Circulation Dept., GONDOLIER Cheshire Conn The stakea 10 12 15 'Funny"JoePinton .. ...... 3
I box of apples If Venice 11 9 4 "G T. 0."
wins and a box of oranges if Ronnie & Daytonas .......... 8
Cheshire wins.SARASOTA 12 11 8 "Save It For Me" 'r
----- Four Seasons . ............ .. 5
13 14 "Baby I Need Your Loving" \ ,\
Four Tops .. ."..... ........ :2
14 "Last Kiss" J Frank
Wilson & Cavaliers ...,...... 1
COUNTY 15 8 9 "Haunted House" I'I
Gene Simmons .............. 4 I
18 "Chug-A-Lu Roger Miller 1
17 "A Summer Song" Chad M
Stuart &: Jeremy Clyde ....., 1 :i ,
18 16 "Matchbox" -Beatles ........ :2 "A NEW HOME TRULY WORTHY OF .: I
NEEDS 10 10 6 "Where Did Our Love Go" F jI
Supremes ..........,,....... 11 YOUR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION" 1:a''II' '
20 "You Must Believe Me" \j
The Impressions. ... ...... .,. 1 I j: I"I"'
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of holding more than
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emulations of the Game and'resh
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Saving paced In Sarasota SARASOTA a

Hayden Bum know the Road end Bridge needs .f< S.r.loti County 'such Y 5'3 Federal help create theprogress II IF./' ? ' I ) f\ n (

with ah 5e ,. LS L.S LI\1tA1
the and GOVERNOR will work diligently county o el' the Venice i
Stikn.y Bridge! .s 5
Joint saving and loan association i I j R
HAYDON BURNS has You can kelp by tr, .fe,.
sad city off ci.l, to give, these project top priority otrt-of-town funds i'i'hen '
mike him winner in Sarasota ring your '
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ftcorcl .1 what he he ii
doing says now Saving In by DOWNTOWN SOtmI GATE GULF GATE VENICE S
County. fCU\ Oct. 12 Mm from Oct. I. patassnas earwutlaeoclea. *msauaomlarwarea\ ....WlINI1IIIoIILDONDOLIER r '
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f Qiwtfty Rights Referred Baby Food. Jar. |]c P'nul Butter 59' COFFEE

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4 ; Na1TallG n 010 Chase ft Sanbora 59&19FTSERSTKraf (
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from the book | l
Redeem the valuable coupons
let you received In the mall for Tableware, SAVE 17e-ASTOR PRUNE SAVE lOc-FABRIC SOFTNER BLUE C ATANYWe.D/YIr_ / Of_!KWir!_
Special Bargains, plus you get TOP VALUE 32 oz. 22 sz.
j STAMPS! Juice t 1 3 Bottleimm $100 Arrow r omit eM 19 Dairy Bept.Superbrand I.


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__ Palmetto Farm Pimiento Cheeie''
,.I j l'l'i . i 16 II. LOif 19c ,19010 BlSCUltS I Spread uc.; 59c
I ,: | m 4 Pkgl. $100 1 TOP VALUE STAMPS Wisconsin longhorn

Twirls 2 Pale N I e SANDWICH LOAF Re". Superbrand or Kraff*Sliced Swill
::::: Frostings 4 Pkgl. $100 To One Stop Christmas ShoppingwraOTWsjn
Bread 20 II. Lees 25c Cheese 6.10 "''. 37c
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} TERRIFIC VALUE! Limit Two Your Choice,
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Purchase of IDAHO VALLEY
CigurettesSAVE j French Fries Steaks Picnics6to8lb.

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1 :: Potatoes 'U 01,I. c..,...VoM Thra' Oct 10
Y ATAN'fWINNDIXIP' UWIICCHPIC Ground Beef f 3PHlllln.. $139

< 20-lb. 8ge t t' Ice Milk . . Wc.L 38C Sliced SMALL FRESH PORKMcKENaI Bacon . 11.45c

.J Bahillma Spare Ribs 11. 49'
S T Vegetables Gr 49c . .
j ,\ Wieners I2 .. Pkg. 31'TARNOW'S
1 *- Sliced Bologna,Pickle. ft Pimiento. i or Spiced
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Mlt Onions hnry YeBew SWEET DElICI USlEDTOKAY ROll Sausage 4?

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.I. . Peurs..I.8H49c Cod Perch 39
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anl; PatatChips 59C Big 60 ctokl.s'k:49c: Candy
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50 Lbs. 4-7-5 89c I Iu
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I ; l'll I' 8DI' D lee AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY<< -
-t STArS OF FLORIDA: w PROUATS.: TopvNrThM4OYsW67 IN Rill EiUU of '


CLASSIFIED ADS Houses For Scb I Misc. For SalelOWING Business PersonalsABC .ESTATEIrtlfltd .
I sad Mqnlr4 to _. nIftlmi J
CASH RATES ne4 dne.rd. which you, orthr Member Chamber of Commerce ,,
.! of r "> )hiv MTkinU thaliUU
12-Word Minimum! mil, 5 oornn nM bath vie\ I II.P. with lawn roller wh'!el. VICE. Ph. 488-4406. Mimeographing MMMd fonnraalc: bit John* of T.sold Qrhun County.,, CountyudK to til* B&W Auto Repair ,

room "nrl norch Central duct Excellent condition. $100. Ph. dlstaphone. General . of BarMot* Octet Florida, at
488-4041. ill offlM In tOo oourt houw ot Mid MODERN EQUIPMENT :
and Statistical ,
eat. hul't-i"!' tnve aol oven, Typing, iruout County, Florida. within .1. '
ONE INSERTION FireoUce. T!. .. Mailing, Temporary Office calendar ftiontha from. Uu .... of th< EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE '' ,1
no OTSHHn '' 14-CU FT. FRIGIDAIRE, 2 II... publication ., thla Dotlo.. Each I
8c Per Word <1 r. aqua. Phone! General Office Routine.TYPEWRITERS I. duplicate, and Ihall ...t. th. p1.! 0 ,
*.' ,
$75.00 month. Call 488- 4967. ,f ...1...... and Bout edict ..dde.t ... BALANCE n I )
5556. th. rlalmant. ahall k. .aeomipanl1y .
_ _
and .
THURSDAY CLOTHING, Adding a till.. ,.. of On. Dollar ...dS..II. ) ENGINE TUNE UP & '
AND Mainly new. Ff '
SUNDAY Machines (mechanically op- *. C.nta (II.71)) which m.. b. extra careful I
.. .. ".'......h.. ....,.., _.._... Suitable students business II crated) Chemically cleaned, ho aaddod Ut th. amount. of the .1."., Please OVERHAUL
... .... ,....._. ted ihall ha iwotn .to .hy ha .1.1.... this pearlLEE'S
Each v" .... n...,. man rather tall, slender, .Ize ' 'fl.C .
like AUTO ,
n.... ,n" U, .... I' ." 42. Wool new. Just $12.50 plus :nt nil aroit, or hll .':.m Anyuch
sweater, coats, Jackets parts If required. All makes. claim or mand a* flM 4 I
Sc Each Additional Word 'N V1I''T-''' ?,.,. -f< bpyan $3 up. Overcoat $9. Shirts Venice Stationers, 211 W. ball ba 0.void.WYLLYB CABS. TRANSMISSION SERVICE .

iCy! J-f.II.l !1 I bedoot-i,.., ((15H) $1, Slacks $2-$3. Big Venice Ave. 4886113.Situations A. Administrator *it. of th. 62? E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502
1 ... shoes socks. New Rogers Lait Will and Tcctamont of
4 b..tff e"lor, > r-n-i JAMES UUNBAR CASS.
to tli'M Aral to AH-CSP\ '* ';*typ"'tn' elaaal.Mk nntIt > cue, wr.,ned rorch. rfiviWecarrwrt. Peet suit 4883960. WantedBOOKKEEPING A. Bradford d.._Smith'". ALL WORK GUARANTEED ,. '

I,, lot one Imertlon. 10 centa I 2-ton IrennrtWon"' nil Wait I Arina.nlo. .
t J ln.artl.n . 1984 CAMPER on a Chevrolet .. POWER MOWER
or wr-"Titnt! pool cabana., Florida.
on at home or
unlM, ehanra of .i **nti li Corvair 95 pick-up Phone Attorniyi for th* SUta.PuUlihi .
'I *. Gendollir P. O. Smeo'l fllIy"nt "M>D office 23 ex r
your years .
KJ S.b..."to wplle. t. alu.lfl.4a.. 488-3519. ) Swt 14. Ort I. i. 1M4N
mo?t-ap, Pt E. Nowland., perience. Write Box 2, Laurel. .
Broker 488."''). 7'/j-YEAR-OLD> Black Mare. THB OOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Attention Drivers! ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Complete with new saddle, I Help WantedFULL FLORIDA IN PROBATE .
URGENTMUST S1I'T.L. Owner bridle and blanket. $250. Ph. 'N RBi ESTATE OP t
OM Edi !ion, ,per Inch ,$tOC bovine state. Furnished I OR PART.TIME dance .TBWART: E. SEAMAN
Cwnufid Probat Fib No. nil
Both Editions, per inch, .$3.50 or unfurnlnh, ? bMronrns, 4883085.SINGER teachers needed. Training NOTirFj TO CRFDITORS LEE
Sews like! new. Buttonholes. available. Apply 1233 Gulf- RAVIOli CLAIMS OR DEMANDS SEZ. is OCTOBER 1I
Call 488-3597 after II p.m. Sews stream Ave.. Sarasota. ARAIN8T SAID ESTATE .
LINER ADS on buttons monograms You ara hmby aotiriad and required' I
ONLY $100 DOWN and $44 00 fancy stitches. Small balanceor to til* any claim or demand which, youmay
InchCANCELLATION Female hav ... p.o the Emit of Bt. f
Per w-
$1.30 per month, Including inter $8,21 per month. Write HelpWanted tnt B. Seaman, 0.....'., .0. of S.... FOR
est and principal, buvs R 2 USC Box 746, Venice. lie ota,. County JOHN, Florida T. GRAHAM.In the offlco Saraaotaounty of YOUR BIRTH MONTH? I

or 3 bedroom Home In Cityof Jndtra, in the County CourtHouaa
or Venice. CB const.. City EXPERT HAIR STYLING WOMAN TO LIVE IN. Keep at Siraaot., Florida, within llx r
Instruction in Sarasota'snewest alender month! from the data of IhoIrnt
ADJUSTMENT water and paved streets See house and cook for two driver's t
publication of able r..tlr IF SO please check
end finest school. .. your
Chin! Johnson, Realtor :306 adults. Nice room. Salary Each claim or d n< .1 m c" In THEBEST
Requests for cancellation . Basic end advanced wrltlni, and In mipl'rittri,, .hjltthu ,.'"ia
W. Venice Ave.. T>h. tm.r>41. courses.Carroll's and time off. For appointment si... of PId.... and ..... ..Wadd. -.
if idusfmnt| because of error Beauty School, 2828 call 488.0629.EXPERIENCED .... of th* C'.im.nt| .hull! beworn license.: It need renewal . .
N. Tamlami to b, tha Clntrint, hi. may
wit be ,mad for Thursday) RentalsFOR Tr., U. S. 41 and .ro.
or hie attorney) ahnll b> r-coirnailert
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m I Ion 27th St., Sarasota Phone WAITRESS. b, I1.7B flllna r., ."1 afv nich
355-6844. ES. Part time. Apply In ,i lalm. or demand. not ., fled ph-ll .b*
Monday. For Sunday GON RENT OR LF.ASE, Her. rold., Th* titlpe fe. may .be Kdilod, to
BEFORE 5 FUEL OIL TANKS, stands. \person only. W. T. Grant the amount of claim, and . form, JOHN T. GRAHAM
DOLIER p.m. on bour Shores. Bont dock. i
Fuel oil deliveries. S&H Venice. may b* obulned I from tha County
Iliunday. rurnlshed. 2 Bedroom Home. Green Stamps. Standard udee'a offlc MARY CULtEN SEAMAN; IT'S . I .
Phone 4883700. .. KiMutrlx of the EnUtaof Sarasota Judge
Male Wanted
Phone 488-3125 Heating Service. Across from Help 8...... E. Seaman.
:2 BEDROOMS. I bath, nicely fire station. 4884052. Dorfaeed.Attornnrt -
BOTTLE AND BULK GAS Blair and Doan, -
furnished. Near Venice 227 Maamu 8.......
Pianos_ delivery men. Myakka L.P. V..I... Florida,
Gardens. Phone 488-4162.
Lots For Sale SteInway Knabe Everett Gas East Laurel Rd. Phone Publlebl Eept. e4. 0... 1. S. II. IM4.

2 BEDROOM HOUSR fur- George Steele Winter Cable 488-2458. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE' COURT
VFNICI RRHIDRNK lOft! I ntshed. Laurel. Florida Nelson Fayette S. Cable IN AND FOR SARA OTA mVNTY. METROPOLITAN
mono $70 monthly No pets or Hallett & Davis RF.i ESTATE OFHFLMA r
OWN*.*. LOU JACOBS. .1 .I5" children. 488-3918. Musette Players! wanted for caretaker In re H. TRFSHER.Dereuied .
Ph. Prohat FIV No.
turn for room and board.
I Partly furnished.I Retired I I Allen Lowrev: HAVINO AGAINST CT.MMH SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS Life Insurance

WE NEED MORE good listings people preferred. Bay Point' COMPLETE SELECTION OF Autos For Sale You .. hereby notified and reulred -

in the City ot Venice, Subdivision Nokomis Phone REBUILT, RECONDITION.ED 1957 CADILLAC Sedan De- .hlcb coo to file'..any h.claim....1.or.. tII.d-nind E.- C. A. "Chuck" Reiter C. T. "Chu 1t' Reiter
Bayjhore Golden Beach Gulf I IShortl. 4881110. AND FULLY GUARANTEED tAte of Thelma H. Treeher Deemed Ph. 4884590For
Ville all factory air, at of Saranota Florida 'Inha Ph. 488-6321 I
power, '
Give us a try. Byron PIANOS AND : t HW't.
.. .,
5 B4.. If'a.h. CCh..'flC.Vth. P. ...: with office of Hon. GRAHAM
Markle, Realtor 4884706. .. I R.r. .,t..I.a.d see. ORGANS radio heater. Loaded S.r...,.. County Judfe, In the County information without obligation check the plan
0..._. LOU JACOBS. 4' ->:UT extras. New tires mufflers Court Houie .. S.r.''.. Florida. with- 21" ROTARY fnreresfed
FROM $125.'F1orlda's Looks like I. ill calendar montha from tha data you art mI
Real Estate and tail pipe. new. 0' the tint publication of thla Notice.
Largest' Music Co.
LARGE ROOM with bath excellent Make offer. 488-1103. Each ,I.I... or demand Boot b* In 3 h.p. I CLIP THIS COUPON
neighborhood. Phone CANNON MUSIC CO. wrltlnt, and !In duplicate .ball 1 emu ... IIJIlIIU !
PROFESSIONAL & LIVING 1301 1st St. RAMBLER AMERICAN 2 the plae I of reildenc* *nd poat telirnAd.
488-3853. .... 1
or N. ( I COMET
Nearly new home 80x33. Opp. Florida Theatre Door Sedan, 1964. Practical ,, 5. .by the ("1.lm.nt, NI. ..'. tv 30" Mail To f ) LOSS OF INCOME
Ideal for professional office WORTHINGTON APART- hi. .,"' ....I ...n bo .oomo.nlod h,
Thurs. & Frl. till 9 2300 miles. $1850. 6
Open p.m. h.p.
51 75 films I C. .nd En Ish .1.1.'C P. O. BOX 128 ( )
ind lovely home. 3 bedrooms, from Venice : : .1; :
WENT across Phone 958-1019 Call owner, 488.3235. dntd pet :. (104 be peAl.eN. .
2 baths. All rooms very large, Shopping Center. Large 3 . fillet, roe ..q.., b. .ddod I" lb.pnont ,.. 27" SNAPPER Venice, Fla. I I FUNDS "
claim and claim
screened porch 14x22. Combination room and efficiencies, fur- Tri-County Equipment Co FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. m." bo of obtained from th* COU.... '
garage-work area 29x tished. Low annual rental or $73.00. Phone 488-3597 after Jllde.fI... 6 h.p. ( ) ANNUITY ( I HOSPITALIZATIONGROUP :4

33. Easily converted to office monthly. /812 S. Tamlami BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. 8:00: S.HARRY Ee'notov A. YAROF.R,,f tO. CetEt.rf I ( ) LIFE INS. I I ((5 or more) :
or shop. A buy at reduced Trail. Phone 488-2416, or 488. 955.5705 p.m.Used I H. T..h. formerly
Trucks 1Joco..... Name ______ _ _ _
price of $22,900. Now yours 6522. Trth week specials on &taOrn.y, Hmvv '. T.ra.. HAROLD'S '

for only 19500. Absenteeowner FURNISHED DUPLEX. 1 Wayne Air Compressors '62 INTERNATIONAL R-185 v.Box...101... P0. Mower & Bicycle Service Street .City. I
anxious to sell. Phone Oct. 1. I. II, 12, 1514. DIRECTLY BEHIND THE
bedroom. Near beach and New. tires & Paint.
now for an appointment. Phone Age ,
jetties, 488-2602.- Will Trade Perfect. $3595. West Coast NOTICE OF SALBNotlo NOKOMIS POST OFFICEPh.
. to hereby. elm,, that. puy. : ,
488-4706 Truck Sales. 3450 No. Washington ....t. tA s final deer** of foreelo.ur* 488.3975 __ ___.___,____,
4 ROOM DUPLEX, :2 HAVE DOUBLE BEDS like Blvd., Sarasota. (Rt. ...... In raui numbered 17,971. In .

REDUCED $12,500! value for screened-In porch. new condition with sliding 301 North). II'Florida* Circuit, I will Court lell or the Saraaota, Countv aituit,. *, '

$10,500. 2 Bdr., airconditlontt Seasonal. Roberts Bay Drive, door headboards. Need twin n 5.ol. County, ,.j'Id-.d: . Also Located In O F

home fireplace, in city.Doo't Nokomls. Phone 4881333. beds. Let's make a deal. Ph. Boats For Sale .. Lo u., It, BEACH: MANOR.,...Unit. BRADENTON Stores and FORT MYERS T I II II S f+
474-1102. No. I, Plat thereof 'dld
wait, phone right now. 'n per
ON THE BEACH.t Casey and .. file In the office of the Clerk t
VENICE GARDENS, 2 Bdr. Key, 1 and :2 bedroom 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruls- of th. Circuit Court of Saraant Get More Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS : I
l lli'"$ bath home. 30 ft. Floridaroom. apartments. Seasonal $1,000 Wanted To Buy er. Ship-to-shore radio. (tOnIC. Florida.. ) together. with 1mprovrment USED TIRES. ALL SIZES .;

Nice lot. $15,500. and $1,200. Call Don Heath, Depth finder. Marine head. tt ...*theroon.public to Ute hlrt-n" and beat Cut Tire Costs. GUARANTEED RETREADS i ,

CITY OF VENICE. Excellent 488.2151 or 488-6688. WANTED Large used bird Double planked Mahoganyhull. bidder for ...h. a* of th.the North larnota.ounty door AS LOW AS . .. . .. .. .. .. . 7.50(14
location 2 Bdr.. 2 bath cage. 488-4178. 1700. Call Venice 488. of(' th* Court Weet Houi Wipe* In Baraiota, Florda b' f

room home. Nicely landscaped 1 I & 2 BEDROOM houses nicely 5455 or see at Tarpon Center I., between 11,00 AM.,, and, SAt P. Ceti'c
$16,950. furnished. Walking distance Business Personals Marina. 00., on October W. A 12.WYNNE.A D 1904.Clerk, RADIATORSREPAIRED ,

BYRON MARKLE Realtor to beach. Utilities in By W R. Got.,... -

Phone 488-4706 cluded. Fishing and boating. Dressmaking, alterations, InstructionFRENCH. Pubtlihl 0.... Deputy I. leli.Clerk. FLUSHED t. \

LAUREL POST OFFICE Yearly or seasonal. 488-5127. draperies 4881130BOOKKEEPING etc. Reasonable. GERMAN SPAN. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I NEW REBUILT USED I
Property consisting of FURNISHED APARTMENTS I Income ISH lessons for beginners REGISTER NAMB tINDER STATUTE,FICTITIOUS, Budget Terms :::::::::::/'
building and additional lot reasonable. Walk to beach I State-Federal Wage and advanced by qualified Nolle. U hereby aim l .that.. the underalined. :
Tax In bual-
488.1497 1214 dcelrinf to *n a
Ward Sutherland. Broker. and shopping. Call 488-3447. Reports. Personal Typing, teachers. Call .... under. tha flctltloua r.m. otWALKERS. .

CaU L. M. Proffit, Phone 488g Evenings 4742569.ATTRACTIVELY your home, Champion typist. Mango Ave., Venice. Trail, VenU M mu.Florida.South: I"'TamtoniJ; i0 VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR

4884683.Houses. i 30 years experience. Nominal ...I. .? tha laid. .... with the Clerk J T:7:
Furnished Fee. Charles Z. Nelms 1752 Money To Loan of the. Circuit. ('...rt .In sold for 5.rUnt. : Serving Venice) For1' 5 Yean I
,For Sale duplex. Block from schools I Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla. Wit Ctttt... "p bEnd End 011'1.1.1 med I IUtlo .#lOke 313 TAMPA AVE., VENICE. FLA. BEHIND THEATRE
coilIng OR PROPERTY ,... .
and stores. Open beam BUSINESS 1711I .., 01 """ .he.. IVII.W I
4885254. 'In the
Phone funds ALKER'S.loh. Phone 488. 259
FOR SALE ON WATER. Cove lighting. Distinctive I Loans. Erl.k. (5'nIiPehllhs "
House on deed canal off design. 1 bedroom side, $75 RUBBER STAMPS made to available. Personal appointment 0... S. 1. 12. 29. 5054. it .

Blackburn Bay. :2 bedrooms monthly; 2 bedroom side $85 order. Overnight service. arranged. S. M., Box ARGkR '

C B., Large lot. private dock. monthly. Good soft water For Office personal, pocket or 748 DISTINCTIVE .. 1'1 )

Reasonable. Phone 488-2464. appointment call Sarasota stock. 4881432. .
924-9952 after 5 p.m.
Real Estate Cornerfl I

1V4 baths, paneledflorlda Wanted To Rent t.
room, cathedral ceilings LUMBER co. Repair Service
central heat. Available
3 1 OR 4 ROOM Apartment, unfurnished -
<"x 1003 N. Washington
request. 488-5397.
in Venice or Nokomls. -
Sarasota r- It's A Honey
after 8 \
NOKOMIS. Phone 488-3626
furnished duplex. 1 .and :2: p.m. _

bedroom unit,. Open beam ELLIOTT PAUL RADIATOR 2-Bedroom, I Bath,, Screen Porch, Electric Range 4 LOTS 50x200 EACH-GOOD AREA-B.2 CITY
wiling.! Cove lighting: Par- Mobile Homes for comfortable homaon I
Close to Beach. This ZONING10,900.00
wet floor Many built-in ROOF TRUSSES & WELDINGPh. end Refrigerator. \
features. Overlanderland an 80'*I SO' Lot for Only -0- I e
Distinctive 1962
Ideal location, one block design.from AIRSTREAM yacht. Completely self- Alum. Windows ft Doo,.. I 488-3656 18,000' SQ. FT. ON R.R. SIDINS-PAVED HIGHWAY-
$11,000FRANK ;
Roofing & Painting C.2 COUNTY ZONING $8,850.00
schools and stores. Owner ,contained. 4 tandem wheels. I
"crlficlng $8,000 equity. Can Electric brakes lots of extras Phone 488-2132 Venice Behind Anderson Auto GULF REALTY I J

w yours for $1,000 down takeover $2,000.00 off original purchase C. RAEBURN 216 South Phone'

payments. Call collect price. Harbor Lights REALTOR TimlamI Trail 488-673'8. ':
Sarasota 824-99S2 for appoint. Mobilsites, Lot 84, Venice. WOLFER MOTORS Inc. "
WM. P. TOOLE. Reg. Broker
intent after 5 week days, ,u Phone 488-6521. RAMBLER DODGEMS 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600-488.2649 ,i
day .
Saturday and Sunday. -
MODERN Misc. For Sale S. T.m-ml! Trail! 488-3965-4884150 1 i iII
2 Bedroom
Baths SPECIALIST IN. LOTS . Harbor Drive,

or unfurnished., like new Will, furnished sacrifice. PRACTICALLY NEW 1963 ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT r I CITY OF VENICE ALHAMBRA ROAD $3560; Cadiz, $4445; Nokomis -II Air Conditioned .4
"B Johnson. Used less Lubricate Chassis down Central Water and
Cypress, Edgewood Section Btt H.P. C Brake $3900. 10% on ,
than 20 hours. First $125 takesIt. S Front End Aliqnment Oil ChangeS I I 2 Bedrooms. 2-Baths, Den could be used for Bedroom any. Sanitary Sewer. ,

3 Phone 488-5388. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam Kitchen, Built-in Stove, Oil Heat Air Conditioner Swim- Screened Patio 2 Bedroom ,

BEDROOMS, :2 Bath air- DIVERS AQUA LUNG .' Wheel Balancing \ S Electrical: Repairs ming Pool with Hot and Cold Water. Garage has Electric KERMIT L. I Bath Dwelling .:

Venlc conditioned, C.B. House In U.double S. hoses, regulator, 8 S Engine Overhaul Any Automat! or Standard Eye. Large Patio, Terraao Floor, Tile Roof, Carpeting Well For Garden and Yard .
Gardens. 488-
8716 week days and Phone before 6 lb. weight belt. Champion S Radio Repairs Transmission Repair Drapes, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Dryer and Ironer. All MICKLETHWAITREALTOR 541 Shamrock Blvd. 'I ':' ,' :

Pin Weekends and after 8. Arbolete spear gun. fins and Alrconditieninq Repairs .nd Installation for $30,000.00. Owner will carry TOTAL PRICE $12,700 it

488-1770. mask. $125. Ph. 488-1579. MARTIN S. H. N. WIMMERS 1\\ A I

BEDROOM HOME near FRIGIPAIRE Electric Man- mortlJ.IJ-JTerms. 801 laquna. Drive REALTOR l 1, "

choodg, stores and play- ,I Ie. Excellent condition Ruberold ApprovedLESTER Phone 488-4621 221 W. Miami 488-8308 rJt '
l">und. Rent or sell, only $75 foot control. roll 29". heat. Barrett Approved :

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thru Friday 9 to 5; S.turd.y to I
I Htaflng & Air Conditioning Installation Complete Roofing Contractor Monday GALE R. DUNN, AwoeliteTamlami
I -. Free Eitlmetei On Tile Asbestos and Built Up Roofs HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN North of Albee Rd. Bus. 488-3242
. Small *. 488-5913 I Nokomlf, Fla. iJ :
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.16-111. GONDOLIER, Venice, FTI. TIll,".. Oc'' II, 19&41 asr-s.ase--a- _
Brand New Home

If i ittBKJ Bridge Scores I Hit By VandalsA

Bridge Studio, sept. t$ NORTH SOUTH 1
John Doe warrant charging -
n;, 1 p.m. 1-Mrs. Jame. G. Kalec end T4 r
I-Mrs. R. N Gould and Mrs Mrs C. E. Bryant, 105H. I r vandalism construction on a new in home the FOR EVERY KITCHEN
i! 2 Mrs. L. V. Pittman and under IMfqwe Faucet
J. J. Nealon, 47. section of Venice Convert*,
I !iI-MI. Lucy Journeay Mrs L. J. Cornwell, 88. has Edgewood been issued by Justice of
',I 3 Miss Clare Carlson and
and Mrs. Jame. G. Kalec, -
the Peace E. S. (Bill) Ray
44%. Mr. Lucy Journeay, 83.
'. I-MN. J. H. Morris and Dr. EAST-WEST mond.
R. F. Wilcox. 41%. 1-Mrs. Louis J. Vnertle end Raymond said about $25
H. Stewart, 106ft. damage was done to sheet i
4-Mrs. J. L. Cornwell and .
Myron Schoenfeld, 40. 2-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and rock in the new home of Lawrence
Mr. Harry Lawrence, 102. Kitchel at 1123 Grove-
Bridge Studio, Sept. 28
land Ave. The case is under
3-MN. J. H. Morris and Miss
t 7:31 p.lD.I Ethel Morison, 78H. Investigation by Constable
I I-MN. J. H. Morris and
Knuckles.The .
Bridge Studio, Oct. t Jack
Mrs. James Q. Kalec, 31.
I-MN. R. P. Cohen and 1 p.m. District 2 Justice of the
1 Mrs. R. L. Gamble and other similar
peace said two
t I Mrs. Mantell, 29U. Mrs. J. J. Smith tI8%. cases have been reported and J. W. MOORE
I-Mr. and Mrs. Scott, 25.
-., 2-Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson are under investigation In
I Bridge Studio Sept. n and Mrs. K. W. Erickson, South Venice end Englewood.To PLUMBING CO.
7:31 pm. 56 tt.
I 'I 1-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and Myron 3-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and prove that Florida Lisa Harbor light .. On The Trill
a : Schoenfeld 4814.J W. H. Tomlinson 63 H. ([mullet) is one of the tastiest RADIO EQUIPPED
,t' ::1 Miss Lucy Journeay end 4-5-Mr. and Mrs. Van B. fresh fish, the State Board of
Col. Ira Nelson 47ft.I Carter, 484. Conservation; otters free Lisa j jrecipes. PHONE 488-4450
Mrs. C. R. Phillips end
f-5-Mr.. C. R. Phillips and .
A. O. Campbell, 42%. Mrs Peter Olsen, 48%.
Woman's Club, Oct. 1 Venice Contract Bridge Club
} 1"m.r Otto 2, 7:30 p.m.NORTHSOUTH .

: 1-Mr. and Mrs. R. N.
r :11 Home Group Plans Gould 87U.I .
I-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and
; Workshop TodayVenice CoL Ira Nelson 914.I STRENUOUS-With the start of school, the Sunday afternoon of the youngsters shown above, the alleged dance appear PUBLIC NOTICE
I-Mrs. T. B. Richardson I teenage "muticalei" have resumed et the Venice Beach to be more work than fun. I
,. Area Home Extension and Mrs. Elgin Morison, Pavilion From the serious expression on the faces of some
Group will hold it. third
workshop today et 9:30: a.m. 88.EASTWEST Became of our TREMENDOUS NEW CAR VOLUME
at Venice Civic Center. Mrs. C. HALEY REPORTChilean
E. Bryant and N. Anglers' Club
A business meeting will follow K. Patton, 87. SALES end our comparatively SMALL SERVICE AREA,
at 1 p,m.Members 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris and Sets ElectionA we sincerely regret that we will be unable to Perform
i i I will plan end Myron Schoenfeld 88H. Election
Spared Free Factory Service on Ford Products Purchased From
work on items for the November 3-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and Mrs. elate of five has been
i t I' bazaar. Louis J. Unertle, 86.Ii nominated for election by the Unauthorized Dealer or From Authorized Dealer In
I Sarasota Count Angler's our Immediate AREA. We will, of course, continue to
Hemisphere Another Castrosystem Club at Its Oct. 26 meeting. offer this FREE Service to eny transient or to winter
Ii i They are Bill Cheney, for
visitors end residents of this Area.
ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION president; Jack Imperatore,
: J By. REP. JAMES A. HALEY Republics. entirely of the poisonsof vice-president; John Rowell,
The defeat of Salvador Al- If the Chilean Senator had extreme leftism. first vice-president; Stanley
lende in Chile's recent presidential of freedom Davis, second vice-president;
won, the enemies The defeat of the communists Ford
1 r MAINTENANCE, election has sparedthe would have controlled more in Chile, however does and Norman Dumas, treasur Bill Phillips Co. '
Western Hemisphere than half the west coast of not mean that the Western er.Other
LIGHTING SUPPLIES another Fidel Castro. Senator South America. Soviet submarines Hemisphere has been freedof nomination. will be
Allende, candidate of the bases might have been the cancer of communism. accepted from the floor.
: ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. communist. dominated Popular established in the fjords of Russian style As surely no The Oct. 28 meeting will be 1562 SO. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE, FLA.
( .. Action Front, had prom. Chile's southern coastline. Floridian can forget (although at 7:30: p.m., in the Florida
ised another "irrevocable" menacing both North and some of our government Power and Light Distribution
; I Bat It Coelrtn Streets Phone 488.6194 Cuban-style revolution in one South America. And the hues pollcv-makers appearto Building, 12th and Lime,
J JI' Jr
of South America's leading United States investment in I ), Fidel Castro is still the Sarasota.
Chilean copper mines would lord and master of Cuba, as
have been lost. the agent of the Kremlin.
I am not entirely certain And so long a. Castro holds
that there is a great deal to the reins of power in Cuba
; { cheer about concerning the our country_ end all the oth.
i victory of Eduardo Fret of er countries of the Western
;I I the Christian Democratic Hemisphere are and will
Party other than the fact be under the threat of the Red
that it spelled defeat for menace, because Cuba Is not
: Allende and his communist only a potential base for dead- I
I airSONGFEST support. Fret has called for ly nuclear missiles and aircraft .
the "Chlleanizatlon" of Unit. i armed with nuclear
I t'j ed States investment in cop. warheads but it also is a
per mines, which is, of coursea handy training school for saboteurs
'j : THE PEACE RIVER BOYS polite term for gradual nat and revolutionalres to
ionalization. prepare them for infiltrationof
Julio Duran of the Demo. the industries end governments .
1.11 THE HAPPY GOSPEL SINGERS erotic Front came out thirdIn of our neighbors to the
f I the voting He was the only South. An Off-Season BonusWe'll
candidate who opposed any I The situation in Viet Nam
\. AND OTHERS interference with the United I and the Far East is bad and
State. mine operations which poses a malor threat to the
AT THE have kept alive the Chilean free world. But the situationIn

economy.Nevertheless, respons 1 b I e weapon Cuba pointed remains directly an atomic at give you a Carrier Food Freezer

Venice High School Cafeteria citizens of not only the United our own heart.Brochure.
i States but of all the Americas
have reached the point where Bids Free with Carrier Central
I they must be thankful for ( every

Saturday, October 10, 7:30: P.M. Iii? mixed or it thus small Is blessings.And certain .that Turned Down

we can well be thankful that By CommitteeThe Residential Air Conditioning
one of the greatest nations of
Sponsored By Latin America did not vote itself publicity and advertising -

I I VENICE AREA GOSPEL SINGING CONVENTION torship.into This a communist action, of Itself dicta- Area committee Chamber of of the Commerce Venice Installation Purchased by Nov. 15

i Donations Accepted lends hope that in time the turned down two bids Thursday
Chileans sometimes called for the printing of 29,000
III the Yankees of South Amer. color folder.
I t ica will be able to rid their Bids from Riehl Printing
and Sunshine Press were reJected
as not meeting specifi
I Both the bids printing were firms returned The air conditioning is: The Food Freezer Is:

II with slightly revised specifications -
I + ,n tI for resubmlsslon Oct. Superb Carrier equipment Counter-top Model

y S.Original specs called for 15S Long.lived and economical 4.5 Cubic Foot Capacity

I II square inches of color photographs Expertly Installed Normally Sold at 149.50
and minimum of 11
I I / pictures. The committee revised Priced Competitively Free
I the number of pictures
required to 10 and the square
inches to 120.
The committee's recom
w tl mendation after the second
bid opening will be subject to
approval by the VACC boardof
1 4 I directors, and the City
''I Council which has been asked
1 to pay for the brochures.

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