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 12, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00241
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isle October or early No- Informed him by telephonelast The city official said he was last month to Bay Dredgingand completed the Interstate 4 a year to complete ent alignments roadway.

A itart on construction week that a pre-construa told the chambers would be Construction Company of project in Tampa last Mon- All three bridges apparently Fernandez said be was :
,mber construction
Venice Avenue tlon conference would needed for Tampa. Bids the Hatchet will be under q
EBst likely about half a day. on interested in
day.Another now
the primarily
I?,.rise bridge over the in- be called within two weeks. The 35-foot-high Venice Creek and South Trail bridges engineer and five at the same time. of An Venice agreement establishing an office in Venice II'
with the City
been Indl- Curwood' later this engineering aides are expected
has said the to be
SRD are opened
Avenue will the
be
nd bridge calls for traffic to and securing quarters for Ii, I
Venice city officlall.Public spokesman asked for the use month. to arrive in Venice in the however, '
ted to first of three in the mini his No estimate wai
greater to set a be maintained with a crew.
few days
for next up
Works Director Guy of the City Hall council chambers Senior project engineer ;
number of
Curwood said an engineer for the get-together of Venice area spanning the the SRD on the multi-million project office. The Venice mum of interruption. made of the men the ,
who will be employed on :
the State Road Depart. engineers, contractors and canal. Contract for the Venice dollar project will be J. F. Avenue bridge alone probably This will be accomplishedby I'
MI in Bartow Fernandez who will require more than building them on a differ three jobs. t tI'
ent headquarters others Involved in the project Avenue span was awarded (Little Joe) ,
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By BELMAN MORIN I think he's a politician. I Johnson is that rye always Ises don't mean much to me; employe of the City of Miami
don't think these are compatible. been a Democrat and I hate I've heard too many of them and Cuba-born American citizen
Associated Press SpecialCorrespondent Goldwater seems to bea to desert the Democratic "I think we have two excellent saw Goldwater as the
pretty impulsive guy at party." candidates this year," savior of her homeland.

MIAMA, Oct. 11 (APTalkto times, and he might be much Likes Both Owen added. "Both have "He will hasten Fidel Cat
almost any Florida voter more destructive to the country E. P. Owen, a Jacksonville charming families, both are tro's overthrow," she said
about politics In this presidential than constructive. public relations counselor, dis outstanding personalities. But Carlos B. Fernandez, a Miami
election year, and Said Mrs. Mary Crella, a agreed that the choice is between I'm for Johnson. lawyer and like Miss I

". .. chances are he'll bring up Jacksonville office clerk: the lesser of two evils, Melvin Blake, a Miami Quesada a Cuba-born American \

4 +d.. WK..wt Y-eine '101:, :""aa, +! civil rights. "This is just a terrible election saying both men are excellent hotel employe, said he'll vote citizen, disagreed. "
'+ ,? ") That's the overriding Issue year. I think I'm going candidates. for Goldwater because "he's "I'll vote for Johnson,

..._. 0 \ and No. 1 topic of political to vote for Johnson, but I I "I've been a Democrat all more apt to get Castro out Fernandez said, "even though
t .. discussion particularly in may change my mind at the my life, and I'll be one in of Cuba, and the Cubans out I'm not in accord with his
... traditionally Democratic last minute. The reason at I 1984," Owen said. "Campaign of Miami. administration's policy on I

north Florida, where ties to this time I would vote for speeches and campaign prom. I Miss Luisa Quesada, an ( on page S) I \ I"CoDtlDue4

(Gondollw photo fc, Chute Koch) the Old South are strong f
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The Associated Press conducted \
D AND SURF combine to mate I for new area beaches Is of prime Importanceto a random, informal ,

[f Kt letting for relaxation Mix In I group a growing population and the attractionof poll of voters, talking to- 33

oung folks, add a little wn, and you have ,visitor A portion of Englewood Beach persons in the Jacksonville :

>picil Gulf Coast beach scene Provision !II shown above. Tallahassee areas about, Tampa their and political Miami Huston Wright Air Views : i r I

views.

en/ce/ Of Inspiration i The group was equally divided .
'City between President
Johnson afcdJiJs RepubUcan.rival. .. Tie.Sout ..County.political lions' as to changes In personnel r
it takes time
: yen. Barry Goldwater, pot continued boiling Wednesday because
I ,
to train I personnel j Just as
with 15 expressing a prefer- when Democratic Candidate ,
ence for the President, 15 Masel C. Huston and it takes time for a countycommissioner .

28-And 1 It Still'Is Today for Goldwater and three un Republican. Wright were Candidate the speakers RobertM. a on the ground.to" "get his feet .

decided.Civil a out "You have t'
Rights Issue __ at tht weekly meeting of the He pointed ,
for
W. EARL ADMANNma. for an ideal city was In- tion. A real Venice civic cen- Slightly more" than half, Venice Kiwanis Club. some in good the men county working; all theyneed J u
cluded." !I mentioned the civil rights County Commissioner Hus you t '
ter.Whether is firmer guidance
Nolen, of Cambridge Hub of ActivityFor the BLE Realty sue, most saying It was 17'1 ton, who Is up for re-election, Huston admitted Sarasota' f.
;", the international!] instance, Nolen even Corp. Intended to eventually most important of the made his plea on the :groundthe : County will continue to grow
us city planner who planned a complete civic construct these civic build palgn. The next most frequently "county government is and will have many problem. i:
the themselves or leave it mentioned Issue war of the largest business
lined and designed the block boundedon ings one to solve. Consequently, he
center on
of Venice always re for the city officials to finance foreign policy. operations in Sarasota Coun- '
the north by West Venice added, the county will continue
d to it as "A City of In Avenue the south by I, and build, no one Interest in foreign policy! ty," pointing out the Boardof to need money for solutions. },
ition," on the east seems to know. We do know particularly what to do or not County Commissioners are He pointed out the
Granada Avenue, on 1
in article in the Venice Harbor Drive and on the that aU their constructionwork to do about Cuba-was much spending over $3 million a ii county commission did reduce) i fits
by ,
S ot Feb. 9, 1928, Noler Avenue Des Parques was suddenly stopped, more" in evidence in the Ml year. budget this year but "le "
west by by the bursting of the Florida -'' ami area, where Castro ii He emphasized that such a school board and hospital 9
Venice is not only a new The City Hall was plannedto "boom." The concrete close and the Influx of Cubar, big business enterprise re- boards increased their bud
but a city built on news face on West Venice Avenue base for the paving on refugees has created prob- quired "a clear thinking person
Fortunately Veniceno just as it does today. Granada Ave. was even stopped lems. with both feet on the gets.He also said, "We are go. ,
> past to live down The building as planned is a in the middle of the And this year, when both ground, and one who will tog to need money for a com

tn the standpoint of a much larger building than block.It candidates are advertising I watch every dollar that is plete program for improvement .

plan and we were al. the one actually built, design. was a good plan at that definite choice between philosophies spent to assure the taxpayersof of our recreational facilities .
ed to put this ideal city ed to serve a much larger -on. the City Council might some of those polled receiving just value for ROBERT M. WRIGHT MASEL C, I1VSTON: for beaches, parks,
Piper without the neces- city than Venice is today. have followed with profit. As thought their choices lay every dollar spent. etc. facilities that are used J

of figuring costly al- On the west side of the Indication of what other somewhere between a rock Without saying .0. Huston mendations for the better operations the Planning and Zoning, by all. '
ions. block, where the parking lot an planners thought, the and a hard place."I left the impression that he is of county government Recreation, and Regulatory In closing Huston pointedout I'
Venice Is thoroughly Is today, Nolen planned a city Venice Plan caused widespread hate to vote for either now and will continue, if and of the county commission Services department. some that it takes time for a
m In convenience, community building, library interest and comment one of them" said Guy L. elected, to be the type of if reelected.He men are overloaded with commissioner to establish
auditorium. Facing on Jacksonville real commissioner that fulfills do not himself, to become familiar
and while others .
work
Simmons, a ,
the of view of the International
point shown at would for
when said he example
,
Avenue and extending relief these qualifications. and with the problems Since he
Granada enough duties re
he, from thet on City estate man. "I see no have
practical Conference recommend (1) a I
Drive was Member ,
toward Harbor Minority has served almost
I already
t of view of and in Vienna that year from many presently distasteful be- sponsibilities.
at communication
use Planning closer '
sta- that he is not onlya
and police said
mdamental sense beau- a large fire _......._---- conditions regardless of Noting the minority tween heads of departmentsand Also in the P-jblio! WorKs two years, the speaker
of
member
he felt he had had time to
I. Why Because the who Is elected. group but that the county personnel, ((2) a redistribution Department he said the duties become familiar with eta I
was well chosen. Na- Said a Jacksonville physl. of some of the dutiesof should be more clearly de- I
organized f
e led the On Our PunkinsBut clan who asked not to be commission was heads and (3)a fined. duties and promised, If reelected -
to department
way. No Frost Identified before he was appointed I Jobs Safe to serve all of the
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an was sensitive to Farris more firmly established
the board by Gov. in minded,
county an open
ire and wisely followedway. "I'm kind of disappointed Huston declared he policy as to duties. Huston said he would 1 I
Bryant political
Then the planning Cool On The Palms in both candidate. for different would make several recom- I Huston declared that in make very few recommends- common sense non j't
properly done-streets reasons . I have tc mannerWright t

buildings and the rail- of 60 degrees on make up my mind to the took DisagreesWright the present \ I 1
d I If the delightfully crisp reading lesser of two evils. On the one I
were placed in ac'ince lowest Board of County Commissioners
next
for the
Tuesday
'' temperatures of the peat hand, I don't think Lyndor
with modern of which his opponent I ie
Other temperature ,
dl, and provision was few days seemed record to you, during the week have dipped Johnson is a sincere person- V.P. NOMINEE BRINGS CANDIDACY TO COUNTY a member, to task for theirlack J I
de' for to be setting a
the future, he down to the mid-six of essential information
d, you're right.Weatherman. decisions.
before making
iberal reservations for E.. Raymond ties. attributed the Sarasota He cited a number of examples
daily pleasures of life'atertronts Watson reported the Watson weather to Hurrl- Trips where he charged j
Wednesdaywas balmy Jibes At Bobby
reached last Miller informationor
and inland, 59 rlcane Hilda which moved lack of necessary I
lowest here since (I
Everything necessary the Gulf and lack: of advance planning t
he has been recording the lashed up through the Louisiana the coast To Get New Car have been detrimental and j ,.".

temperatures.The including, the causeway ,
costly
lumber has beenIn
than Bobby Kennedy
Lets thermometer had s last weekend Dividing his time betweenthe Miller took issue repeatedly across Lemon Bay. He .:
York state, but "
New
,
distortions my
with Democratic
S-a-plate breakfast at
three ,
--'----_ .... .,_-... Tags EliminatedWhen Zinn's and the rally at the of Sen. Goldwater's record, I'm not going to run for the" months said, "Approximately ago a commissionermade -.\
Baker U. S. Senate from Florida,
inting Job Sarasota-Bradenton airportIn and referred to Bobby the statement that a
his honor, U. S. Rep. William and Billie Sol Estes facltitl- Miller quipped. could t.1(
you buy a new car temporary causeway
The New York congressman
low bid Wins now in Venice it won't be E. Miller spoke off the ously suggesting that Johnson concession that and would be built across
| of the '
$1,684.110 from been in made
Gondolier "I've ,
11 1 Punting for 23,000 full necessary to order off to Sarasota cuff, notwithstanding advance Miller, was care to make "Lyndon Johnson has the Lemon Bay for about $3,000. I I
possibly
might
r brochures for the license plates. press releases for the occas the columnists, and "But bids on this causewaytotaled \
was recom- member. of his cabinet. pollsters
chore will be taken them about $'.700, of which f!
'ledfor That ion.The but Barry Ii
the
made by newspapers
acceptance An additional dig
Sue Murah,, Republican candidatefor was for dragline work
of Mrs $2,700
care by the people.
rSday has
Goldwater
Wising afternoon by the Editorial AwardThe manager of the Venice vice-president took !issue your state, Florida, longer Fortunately, the people are and obviously another $2,700

*"ilHee of and the publicity Venice Branch of the Tamiaml Abstract with a subject close to the going to decide the election will be required for its re
hearts of many Florida re-
moval.
and Title Co. I
Chamber(W' of Commerce is the the May 14 issue in the formof Venice automobile dealers tirees the plight of Social Realtors Elect Nov. 3"Venice was represented by "We now have a figure of "' J I

'the s bid was the lowest GONDOLIER of the trophy a letter addressed to thePresident will deliver the necessary Security. Miller said that he State Sen. Warren Henderson $8,400, about three times the ,

bid two submitted. Ther 1964 winner annually by the Flor- I of the UnitedStates. paper. to Mrs. Murah, who and Barry Goldwater would On October 20 who was master of ce.e- estimate made by this' uninformed l'
from Sunshine awarded the Social Security system commission-
will
she save county
,1 Federation to the lives in Sarasota, monies at Zinn's, and Earle
was for $1,97S. Id. Retail is each from, bankruptcy insteadof Then too, have all
The federation trophy take them to Sarasota director chairman of the Sarasota er. you
new- Swift,
and
I semi-weekly
officers one
proposed 1 layout, weekly or editorialon called the "Russell KayAward" evening and bring the tags bidding for votes with New the County Republican Executive seen the difference. In estimates \
.c" cues accepted unanlm- paper for the best Enterprise in honor of the former back the next morning. promises of more services will be elected by committee, master of on the cost of Garnett .r r
'Y'by the committee and the American.Free that could lead to govern- Venice Area Board of Real ( the III t'
executive secretary of the This courtesy arrangement at the Sarasota- Road from $2,500(\ () by ?
ceremonies
bid will be submitted to System. Florida Press Assn. and deanof was worked out by Mrs. ment-Issue of "falsa teeth and tors at their Oct. 20 meeting rally. county to $18,000 by a man f" 4
presented Bradenton airport
be
City Council I The trophy will Besides the annual election this rlaa of J t'' fro
Tuesday for Florida newsmen. Murah, Bob Doty, presidentof wigs. residents well-versed in
and Venice
Other
rival The Ed Ball, editor publisher "Instead of building a floor the meeting will feature a the dis- '
brochures are The federation Itself includes Tamiaml Abstract, and the delegation construction. Why big l
federation's annual the city'i
be Purchased at the Committee under disaster, the Johnson- tape recording, narrated by heading 1 ,,
for the tomorrow among its membership South Sarasota County Included Dr. Dean Austin, T. (Continued on page S) 1
in Tampa Ronald
mbar by the city from dinner P. Individual retail companiesand of 100, which will occupy Humphrey team is building a motion picture star Mrs. Don
H. Hazen
Lamar ,
'is Its advertising bud (Monday) night by state' retail associationswith apace in the firm's Venice ceiling on opportunity for the Reagan, dealing with national Firm Snow-White CAULIFLOWER
of Jacksonville Heath Mrs. Warren Hender '
Underwood declared. ,
Avenue quarters donated Individual, Miller issues. 19 cents head at
the federation headquarters award- representation from virtually by Doty. He added that he and Gold- The meeting will be at I son Mrs Earle Swift Mr. Public, Venice Shopping Center I '

Uarter?nl Sliced PORK LOIN, W:1n editorial titled* "Can I every 'county in the Mrs. Murah also is auto water, his running mate, p,m, in the community room and Mrs. Ralph Thomas, and'Mil. on Monday, Tuesday and y's4Ge14Ur ,
'110 Shopph Kwllc Chek, ?" date James ]C. Gorman 1* tag courier for attorneys and "would save the Social Security Lord Q& Wa ieedl. I '
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Center, dur- Small Business Survive appeared ruJ.tAr1 &perry lyiitn torn bMtowts*;: at. UP9ia Eeiwri. .__ Aon t
fret of week .specials",. .OA. U*.twftt.ps" ot &qual 1B$ J eta, "r + '
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2-TU GONDOLIER, Venice.! Fla. Sun.. Oct II. 1964

.... .. r Huston, Wright- Air ViewsContinued Englewood-Overbrook I Obituaries

VENICE INLET TIDES STUMP I
v PASS TIDES ( ) from m 1)crepAncy' ) tratlon he said Indicated 1 lackof
HIGH LOW HIGH LOW adequate information and My MART E. KROCFA 'THbMAS' R. BARRETT interment In Anderson fl
Thomas R. Barrett' 71, of Cem.tery.R.wlel.
I Monday 2:30: ( *m 11:22: am Monday 3.32am: 12:01: pm Wright then answered his year lack of ago planning.I represented"About! one the So many of our Florida reIdenta Mrs. Charles Oakley a lent : Jackson Road died Thursday Funer Holllt
own question by stating: "I Manasota Asoclatlon are returning from the time friend, returned with at Venice Hospital in chatre of lace;
Lars believe the answer lies in ((1)) Key man North and they brought a Mr. and Mrs. Logan for a He was a native of Eden, menta. I
I' Tuesday 3:35: am 12:35: pm Tuesday 4:3: 1:13: pm an antiquated method of coat ed road attempt to get an Impro little Of the cold weather with visit and will also go to Ft Ind. and came here from
through the Key.
9:32: pm 11:54: pm ))0:34pmWedneidey : analyses end (2)) failure to present opponent oppo.eclthis My; them. The delightfully cool Lauderdale to visit her Fortvtlle, Ind., in 1953. )oftED g UEEtr

I Wednesday 5:lOam I l:45pm 6:12: am 12:32: am take into consideration a lit. improved road vigorously days we've been having gives daughter. Mrs. Oakley has. Mr. Barrett was a retired Fred Sheeley, *
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I 9:57pm: 10:46 tie matter of overhead which very us a little Zip and we are 10 been a regular visitor in Englewood assistant superintendent of Lane, Nokomis dJrt 'J
2.24pm
," II III : pm : any business would place ate iliad we don't have to endurethe the pest few year General Motors, having served in Orlando ., i
Thursday 6:42: am 1 1:26: am Thursday 7:44 am 2:04: am minimum of 100 per cent II "Today we have a $750,000 cold they have up North and has made many friend for 33 years at the Delco Juries received I In result as, s
: 9:53: pm 2:46 pm 10.55pm: 3.24pm: He then pointed out that bridge at one end of the Key for long months. here. Mr Oakley passed awe Remy Corp. plant In Anderson bile accident there
ft'! : ... .... I many private businesses have and a $650,000 bridge being -o- a few months .'0. Ind. 12- 011

had to stop and take Inventory presently built at the other' Mr. and Mrs. George Por- He was a member of Fort. A native of
Altmar
"
; of the situation and rf'tlr. end, he pointed out. "B. chet returned recently to their Another resident of Neptune) villa Methodist Church; Eden Mr. Sheeley moved ti 3
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES I ganlze or to broke. "The tween these two bridge* there home at 1349 Overbrook Drive, Mr and Mrs. Harold Masonic Lodge 447, F&AM; mla from Perry, N.
' county Is different In only are about eight miles of road Road. They have been visiting Anderson, returned recently Indiana. Consistory thirty- year ago He was a"y.
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY on* respect," he added. "Four miles of this i. their children In different from long summer vacation second degree Ancient and tel'.
; : TRADITIONAL 'They' can't go broke, but blacktopped, the other four parts of Ohio for the last aix They first went to California Accepted Scottish Rite Valley Survivors Include .
.. they will unquestionably have to visit their,, son-in-law and of Indianapolis; Murat Temple his
t miles Is dirt road, two mile months. Mrs. Porchet said ow Mrs. Cores &L
Let ui style your 'favorite vaia tl n raise taxes if thev don't of which is only 20 feet wide Ole Jack Frost had visited daughter Lt. Philip end Mrs of LegiondPoet three daughters, !
I I .: or ceramic Into' beautiful' lamps.Rowling follow the same procedure" or less, with no shoulders or Ohio before they returned to Arcunl, then spent a week! Vel American dine Proper, Mr.Mac
t t '; Wright gave another illus. drainage ditches. In addition, Florida. It is always nice I to In Hawaii and ,the rest of the 159 Dorll y of Orlando 8111
: ; Rtttytiitg ... ..Jj .- there are two public beaches be back home. summer in New York State Survivors Include his widow Betty MaaarelU and |
: All Lamp Repairs Mrs. Fern Hlday Barrett; ofp
ALLEN on this four mile and a 29- -0- It is so nice to aee activity and eight
ir.ndch1ld11l
:: Work by Experienced Designer and acre park 1* supposed to be Mrs. Ed. Hanson of 6GO around these two bomea three and Mrs.sutra Maggie Mrs. Atta Hlday Fred of :funeral service
again !
: Convalescent and built when the Inland Wale IIII
; Craftsmen West Harvard recently returned -0- Fortvllle, and Mrs. Flossie held Monday at 10 1.11I
Home w.yl.I completed to her home. She has of_ Indianapolis a Farley Funeral
Nursing Washon ; Horn a
Mr. and ICrld
Mrs Horace
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. been visiting friends in Cleveland
Queries Planning helf-slster, Mrs. Adah Elliott! with the Rev. John jj
24 Hour Ntn'ing Service er returned recently to their
Ohio Pontiac, Mich
; nleceeand Jones of Venice
? several
and
Seymour No
; 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA Phone Venice 488-2702 "How much advance planning and Evansville, Ind., for the home at 1965 Fairview, Drive nephew Methodist Church )!
air. routs Dl ION AVK has gone into this situa past month. They left here in July to visit Funeral services w3l be Interment will be In oflfcta Sir,
: their
daughters and husbands
Ion, Wright asked. --o- at Fortville with Memorial Park
held Monday
'o'; : In Syosset and Smithtown,
Mr. and Mrs. David Foes
"Another point the apeak
Long Island. Mrs. Krider sale
of Fairview Drive attendedthe
er continued "The causewaacross It was cold she
so there
j '> up )
Installotion of officers of VENICE COINSHAS
t Lemon Bay was prom. was very happy to get back
': EXPERIENCE! sed to the resident of the the DeMolay, Robert E. Lee to Florida.
MOVED TO
Chapter at the Masonic Temple -
Key many month ago. Why
: CRIME PREVENTION 17 YEARS LAW was it_not planned_ao_ th.tlt,I Iwould in Venice last Sunday. Mr, The Overbrook-o- Gardens 310 West Venice AvenueVENICE'S
and Mrs. Foes was happy to
be available before the
,h ONLY COIN SHOP
ENFORCEMENTENERGETIC old bridge was closed on Au,. see their son, Woody Foes, instated Assn. held its first board
AS WELL ASDETECTION meeting of the
I, 19641" as senior councilman seasonat WE BUY COINS
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
4 j He also asserted that if the avid Foss" Fairview ALSO
on
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i permit from the Corps of En. We are sorry to report Mr Drive. Those HEARING AID
present were SNYDER SERVICE
William Haste had to enter
ineers was received todayie Mr. David
Venice hospital last week due Foes vlc.prel"dent. li Years In Saraiota County.
causeway could not be
I 1': finished before Dec 1 four to a serious heart attack. Mr who of M.presided T. Bohon in ,the president ) absence -- VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE
Haste is Post Commander of
months after the closing of:
Mrs. Laurence Codner
S ; CALL 488.1880
KE the bridge. Lemon Bay Post in.Engle-
Fp wood. Mrs. Haste reported Mr. Charles Casali, M. W.
Since the dredging operaons Wednesday Mr. Haste is rest- Wilson, Welch Whitesell, A. J. -- -
are supposed to reach Mason, Mrs. Jsmes Hicks and
I log much better. We wish him DAVIS VINYL CRETE
that point by the end ol a speedy recovery. Mr Leo Kropp.
1 1 1l March the causeway would New business was discussed
have to be removed by thento 0- nd it was agreed to have Ltt n spray your ret/oW/ or eommerc/o// / build/ !,, ?',
allow the dredges to go We are sorry to report Mrs. bicycle racks built at the entance a DURASLC VINYL CRETE COATING.
through."So William Robertson on Mana- for the
girls and boysto
f l will only sole Beach Road is confinedto use while In school They EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO
we actually
her home. She suffered a will
also have
receive four months of new street
use
heart attack last Monday markers JOB TOO SMALL
{ this causeway at a cost of in,. She is also put up. '
even feeling >
-o- We offer Me/ some satisfactory/ serv/ee/ n we did M
$ ,400 instead of the eight
better and hope she
we soon
/ months use," he added. will be able to be out among The WSCS Circle Meetings Me noting business
of the
: After pointing out that mo- her neighbors and friends. Circle will Englewood meet at Methodist the home LESTER DAVIS OWNERP.
tel the claim ..:0-
owners on Key
of Mrs. Ethel Gould of 195 Nokomis!
O. Bog 333, Ph 48MI)
1 they broke, Wright
are going ,
The St. Cecelia Circle of Winson Ave. at 7:30: p.m. I
I O In closing, asked three ques- St. Raphael's Catholic Church On Thursday, Oct. 15 the .
1 vR Pol, lions: ((1)) Does this encourage met in the Church Hall Tues- other Circles will meet as tol.I .
EFFICIENT
,: S H v tourists ((2)) Doe it encourage doy afternoon. _This was thefirst I lows: The Dorcas Circle atthe I YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
RELIABLE by home! .building: ? ((3)) meeting of the new season. home of Mrs. Iva Korn of 3
Boyer .s n economical lor tne resl.dent There 15 members 80 Place
were Beverly at 10 a.m.;
Auto Insurance
jai COURTEOUS Campaign who has to travel 20miles and two !guests present. They the Esther Circle at the home .
Treasurer further each time he w ere Mesdamea William of Mrs. Frank Noble of 1159 I 1. LOW RATES
..' ants to go 10 miles Into Venice Schultz, Myrl T. Smith, M. F.eltz Neptune Drive at 10 a.m.; 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS

? Thomas Drum, Fred the Mary Martha Circle atthe 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
: State Auditor President Lou Moody an Manley, R. S. Harris, Sam home of Mrs. Vernon
I flounced that on Oct 14 the Taylor, Estelle Hutchinson, reltkreutz on M o r r I son
a ?:1 Says Records Perfect! speakers would be the school Alfred Govro, George Dahm, Street at 10 a.m.; the Miriam
t board candidate Dr. Chalmer Ansel Trowbridge, George Circle at the home of Mrs. -
t: I. Cooper and'Harry'' W.'Frazee." ayleben.. the cochairman, Ulan Czerwlnskl at 710
j Mrs. Joseph Machacek, and Wentworth at 10 ..m.; the xfr
the chairman, Mrs. A. J.Kroup. Naomi Circle at the home of 110 W. Venice Avenue
.. The two guests were Mrs Hubert Verger of 20 I
Mrs. John Brejack, president East Wentworth at 10 a.m.; Telephon i ; 4ae. aeQ
of the Alter Society and Miss the Rachel Circle at the home

DOWNTOWN Virginia Richey of Venice. ot Mrs Clarence Tript of .
Discussions of many Interest. 140 Myakka Drive in Plamore .
Ing projects for the ensuing .t 1 p.m.; the Ruth Circle at
year were discussed. Refreshments the home of Mrs. Charles RE-ELECT
of several varieties of Koch of 252 Palm Grove Ave. ,
delicious home baked cookie at 1 pm.
and coffee: were served by '-a-- MASEL C.
VENICE the hostesses, Mra. Drum'and Mrs. Otto Muller of 1345 n
I Mrs. Dahm. De Prier Road entertainedwith
-0- two tables of bridge last
t HUSTONDemocratic
I Mrs. Harry Norwark of Tuesday Players were Mrs.

First & Finest Shopping Area [ j anasota Beach Road recently Lucy Foss, Mrs Homer Salt,
returned from a three Mrs. Ced Logan, Mrs. Charles CandidateFor
,( month visit in East Quogue, Bernhardt, Mrs. Charles Oak.
Long Island. She has been Icy, Mrs George Griffiths.
near her daughter Mrs Mrs Warren Kennedy and
DAZZLING SPARKLING
) i George Grlffett, who has been Mrs Laurence Codner. Sarasota.County

seriously ill due to several Commissioner
iI BARGAINS VALUES! ,z operations. We are happy to The Florida Board of Con."rv.tlon -
know Mrs. Grlffett( is improv- has field officers in District 5 4
I In,. Mr. and Mrs. Norwark every section of the state who
Own and operate the Mana- enforce bag limit on four CITIZENS AND
SERVING ALL THE
iota Beach Motel. genie fish: tarpon and sail-

DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY -0-- fish/ two a day; "nook, four a TAXPAYERS OF SARASOTA COUNTY
THE MEN'S SHOP Mrs. Mae West returned to day; striped bass, six a diy

her home at 150 Englewood * *

i : ROSE BUSHES 77c ea. 3 for 1.99 NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED Road last Tuesday. She has CUD 0' TWANKSHlLtUKD ,.$. III cm unable/ to talk: to roe in parses
I been visiting relatives and Wore November 3rd it h became I an
; ALL COLORS Tea Rout Climber friends in Plymouth, Mich. w.en ,to...., ......,.1 Y Odra. ,
... .. Commir
i BASS WEEJUNS-5.95 for the past five months. HerlIOn r/ .. ... ,. ...tI."r !rho'M' barf serving you at your County
,,
am.
seta o.
: blooms (for "C' I/oner./
I single cutting Arthur Huston from Way- -' Wle..b :.r: MCH

1 231 W. Venice Ave.-488-6774_Medical Center 'Bldcj. Phone+ 488-I42C 225 W. Venice Ave. ne end. Mich returned accompanied home by plane her DAVIS ... patent > Paid Political Ad -

I, j: Tuesday evening. ,. .., . -.
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1 VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY Misses Mary and Veronica

: ;I 1 latls from Jamaica, N. Y.,

'J AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI Wedding Ring Diamonds Stone Set Rings tave been houseguests for the
last two weeks of Mr. and WOODChryslerPlymouth
l Sales Service. Suppliei W* Repair All Milts Watches Silverware Jewelry Mr. Harry Norwark on Man-

.! I t I Stuart Merrick, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair eaota Beach Road.o .
-
.4( 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 W. Venice Av*. 488.3119 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lesch of I
I, San Remo Point Drive recent. Motors Inc.'I
.
.4J r Iy returned from a thr.eweek ,
J TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO GULF THEATRE vacation with their son
TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
Victor Lesch, his wife and
DUPONT family in Villa Park, 111., and

j I \ TEFLON COATED PANS Today thru Wednesday Today thru Wednesday friends' in Long Grove. IU.They 'I IS OPEN FOR BUSINESSWe
spent most of their
Vacation -
I
r 'I' 9 pc. set 19.95 "WOMAN OF STRAW" "DEAD RINGER" with Mr. Lesch's moth-

1 ALSO with er Mrs. Anna Leach In Welcome >

Cake Pans Skillets Muffin Tins Gina Lollobrigidend 'WHAT'EVER and HAPPENED Minn.Mrs. ..-

i,, NON-STICK FINISH Sean Connery TO BABY JANE Ansel Trowbridge has are slightly Inconvenienced by the fire on September
lj t 213 W. Venice Ave. ph. 488-4909 turned to her home at 1878 -
25th' but have offices Mob *
I I II Englewood: Road. She hasbeen our set up In the two

I visiting relatives in St. homes.
Welcome/ To VENICE STATIONERS Petersburg, friends in Detroit

I and Lapeer Mich, and also Our Sales Department Is from 8 until 9 p.n
i ,, I, VENICE SEED & FEED STORE OFFICE In Elwood City, Pe.. for the open a.m.
I SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES pest four months,, Lapeer i* Monday thru Friday Our Service Department Is optn

:, A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Typewrite, Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated) Mrs. Trowbrld_o,_.'. hometown.o from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and until, noon on Saturday-
:
''j I' Chemically Cleaned-Juit $12.50-Plui Parts If Required Ray Leach and Mra.
1 ,Ii 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 Bob Scott who own and ope.r.ta COME SEE THE 1965 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
211 W. Venice .
I Ave. 41 -LII.'l'f'1 a shop in Englewood
were in Miami Monday for VALIANT LINES TODAY.
.'- the showing of the holiday
MASSAGE STEAM BATHS
end cruise line of apparel
: )>: COLON IRRIGATIONS YOUR SALES GO I -

f-tl. REDUCING( ) EQUIPMENT when you advertise 'In Neptune Mr. and.Drive Mrs.,Ced returned Logan recently Of- WOOD '' },.
I HOME CALLS -
} FO RENT UP from a two-month Vacation -
: .Hn: "Mon thru Fri. 9 0 Set by AppointmentEVON'S in South Milwaukee SALES & feJ" ..rl'IIIJIUIJSIRYIC.
.tR. and Northern Wisconsin. They
; "7 I enjoyed being in their cottage .
1 If no answer call 488-1738 Nj-BWll. therMve there so their child. /HW488-6745. MOTORS 'HC"
ups ran could U8.41 VENICIdFLOR1 '"
r come to visit them SOUTH -
209 W. Miami Ave ph. 488-384 often. A neighbor who has acottage I
!
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The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fit. Sun.. Oct. II, ]nU-3


Civil Rights Dominates Florida Election Talk ]


(Continued from PI 1ubt > for largely Medicare because of his light Kirk said he thinks most of: United Nations and our foreign section of the Civil Rights' throats of the people of the William E. Scheu, a Jacksonville racial problem.
Goldwater baa done his customers feel the ,same' policy." Lowry said he Act-that he was voting as United States Is the worst advertising executive Miss Marie Lee of Jacksonville -
oiling positive,* In 12 year "I'll vote'. for Johnson because way I was a registered Democrat. his conscience dictated and piece of legislation that has said he would vote for a Negro domestic worker -
. senator "h. fighting for Medicare C, P Roche, a Tallahassee Eugene G, Breedlove, a he was ready to accept the ever been passed anywhereIn Goldwater because he thinks said she has more confidence -
Ernest: Edlger a Miami said Henry Horowitz barber thinks "the govern: Jacksonville bank vice president consequences. If nothing else the world" he said. the Republican Is more firm- In Johnson but said
raerymen, and MS wife a retired merchant Mike ment's getting too damn said he's a registered did, this avowal of a princi- But Mrs, Al Holt a white ly In favor of Integration than "the civil rights bill has Doth ,
M Johnson for another resnn Starey a retired sailor ethos big," and h.'U'ote for Gold- Democrat who never has voted ple did convince me that my Jacksonville housewife said la Johnson."I bog to do with it."
: "He Is more liberal and and those Johnson thoughts because saying he ; "I like water. "I wouldn't let the for a Democratic presidential vote would go to Goldwater. she'll vote for Johnson because admire him (Goldwater) But a Negro janitor In
Judgment has
o. better done race situation Influence me candidate The civil rights Issue also his Is of
not in spite of because he for integrationand Tallahassee said passage
Qoldwt- good for
than a Job and his ideas, "
?ors ability ssld. such aa Medicare and Income one damn bit, he said. "In this election, the racial was Important to a Tampa backing of the civil rights has constantly stood for the Civil Rights Act had definitely J
er," jdlef; Medicare tax reduction." But A J5. Lowry, a Tallahassee issue, to me, Is the most important motel owner who didn't want act. his beliefs and principles, Influenced his thinking "
For telephone company factor," Breedlove his name used because "I Just don't care for Gold- whereas Johnson has switched .
turned two In
Tallahassee
'The survey; up tobacco repairman, said Goldwater said "I can't "there's no use askln' for for advantage :
both In Miami.i store Jack forget Goldwa water, she ssid "I don't the best political "Don't use my name.because I.:
rrtlred men owner Kirk said would get his vote principally let's trouble" ," Scheu aaid. "I I .'
statement
add they; would he prefers on the Senate like his stand on civil rights; I'll get fired; he said I
1 nd both votes to' Johnson cause he's not Goldwater "be.." "because of his stand on the floor when he voted againstthe "That civil rights law that he voted against the bill.\ I'll don't think Johnson is .lncer'l "but I'm going to vote.for I;
plus, their a hypocrite racial Issue, the tax cut. the public accommodations Johnson forced down the vote for Johnson in his desire to Johnson," I'
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4-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Ha. Sun, Oct. 11. 1944
Members To Go
+ Rotary-Ann
Miss Maureen Sullivan Wed

11 1 .IF BPW To Name/ Best Boss "Wig Happy" At First Fall



II : 4 aY e TtCs I Luncheon Meet Wednesday To Ohioan/ On SaturdayMr


iI I Rotary-Anns will probably komls Avenue. Custom-made !
be so busy Wednesday after outfits, designed for the members .and Mrs Vincent J.
I noon, following their luncheon who will model will be Bernota are honeymooning in
+ meeting at Cyro's Venetian featured as well as other Nassau, following their mar .
: Moon, that they may forgetto high-fashion clothes. Mrs. riage, Saturday afternoon at _
I a
1 I wb go home for dinner. Terry will be in charge of Catholic Church of the Epiph
F
Guest speaker Mrs. Cathy the event.
"I"Irk Hill, hair stylist, will bring i The Christmas party, set any.The bride Is the former A
with her various wigs and for Dec. 18, will be planned Maureen Gail Sullivan, k
4
hair pieces to illustrate her also at this meeting. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. fir;
talk on wigs, now a high fashIon A change in the club's Frank J. Sullivan of Albee
favorite. Members will be meeting dates from the firstto Road and Park Drive, Noko- 4 M :tvs.v
able to try on the wigs and the second Wednesday in mis. The groom is the son of s
: t' h experiment with the hair each month will go into effect Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ber a,
pieces after the talk. this year, the president said nota Jr. of Beltsville, Md.
The luncheon will be at The double-ring ceremony
12:30: p.m. with Mrs. J. How. took place Saturday at 1 p.m.
ard Vaughn presiding Mrs. with The Rev. William Kelly
Leon Terry, vicepresidentand Lemon Bay reading the vows.
program<< chairman, arranged Mrs. Bernota was attend.
the program. ed by Miss Carolyn Warneras 1'r
.p rs Major items on the agenda Garden Club maid of honor and Miss S
l Wednesday will be the November Nancy Bradley and Mrs. !
Fashion Show and the Katherine Hill, the bride's 'Y't>
Christmas party, largest social SeasonAt sister, as bridesmaids. The i
event of the club's year. Opens groom's brother, Mathew ,
The fashion show, to beheld Bernota of Beltsville, was : (
H Nov. 11, will be presented its first meeting of the best man. Ushers were Brian
by Mrs. Hazel Dandrldge 1964-65 Lemon Sullivan, the bride's brother,
Monday
of Hazel-D Shop on South No- Bay Garden year Club ,will set and Jack Hill, her brother-in- Igy'. 1 ,1 _
_
,f ta plans and dates for the club's law.Flower i ::1-
Rainbow activities.Mrs. girls were Mistresses k ,
-, Girls Kenneth C. Wood, Incoming Michelle Lynnnd
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J[ --
president, said that Denise Louise Wright. Miss

I BOSS OF THE YEAR in this area is a secret of the fudges, of which Dr. E. Robert Chable Will Initiate all members since this will should be the be present most bride Helen, Domka registered, a friend the wedding of the

I between Police Chief John Shoclcey and Miss and Mayor Smyth D. Brohard ware the other important business meetingof guests.

I I. Louise Speer, BPW chairman of the "Boss" two. Announcement of the award will be New MemberMiss the year. Plans for community The bride was given In
I award given annually by that club. At chairman made at the club's Bosses Night Dinner Wednesday beautification, flow. marriage by her father. Mrs. +
: of the fudges, Shoclcey is turning over at Fishirman's Wharf. Members will Nancy Moulton will er shows and the club's horticultural Edward Fanning played the ,
\ to Miss Spear the letters of recommendation, entertain their employers at the event. receive the Rainbow degreeat programs will be nuptial organ selection. v
submitted by the members, and the decision Venice Assembly 57, Orderof made. The meeting will be The main altar was decorated
: the Rainbow for Girls, at 10 a.m. at St. David's Episcopal with arrangements of
) The Venice Area "Boss of Mrs. Margret Enochs, initiation services Wednesday Church. white gladioli and chrysanthemums L b A,
f the Year" will be named by BPW president, will be. in at 7:30: p.m. at Masonic Members of the first executive I also used in small.
the local Business and Pro charge of the evening events. Temple.. board were: Mesdames I er arrangements on the aide t
fessional Women's Club Wednesday Mrs. Ruth Sovereign is general Miss Moulton Is the daughter Frank Gibbs, Lynn Horton, altars. The pews were marked '
evening chairman of the dinner and of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fred Pfefferkorn Walter with the traditional white
The honored employer! will Mrs. Hope Pierce, program Moulton of Osprey.All Roberts, Pat Ryan and Edward 'satin bows and standing arrangements ': ,
be chosen by judges Chief of chairman, will Introduce the Master Masons and Gardener. There are of white gladioli
.' Police John Shockey, chair 6t speaker who will be her guest Order of Eastern Star members now 58 members. were used on either side of d :,l
her Venice visit. Membership Is by invitationand the altar.
during
': Mayor Smyth D. Bro- Invited.
man. are I
J. BERNOTAwas
,t hard and Dr E. Robert Cha- Hostesses will be Mesdames During the business meetng those seeking affiliation For her wedding the bride I MRS. VINCENT I
ble from recommendations Irene Shockey, Virginia Ram. at which Linda-Rose must be recommended by two chose a formal gown of chantilly attached a bouffant veil cent brown. The groom's
Ann members and be accepted lace and taffeta fashioned I
submitted by BPW members. sey and Thompson.Mrs. carried mother
I Stevenson will preside, plans of illusion. She a wore an off-whlti
The winning letter will be Freede became state will be made for a new proJ- unanimously by the executive with an aisle-wide skirt prayer book decorated with a sheath suit with matching
read at the 7 p.m. Bosses president in May. She Is a ect, and a dinner. Reportswill board.with The club is affiliated which ended in a chapel train. white orchid and a cascade of shoes and bag. Her hat and
Night dinner at Fisherman's native of Methuen, Mass. and be given on the Palmetto, Garden the Florida Clubs and Federationof the Nat The with fitted bodice was designed veiling, English ivy and stephanotia. gloves.were royal blue. Both
is Wharf and announced at that attended Smith College She 3radenton and Sarasota Assemblies ional a square neckline wore corsages of cymbidium
time. Is a graduate of Rhode Island Federation. which featured a back standup The maid of honor and orchids.
I Installations last Members will bring sand. collar. The fitted
I School of where she long
Letters were anonymously Design bridesmaids wore identical The reception which follow.ed .
week and on the Venice and wiches for the social session sleeves ended in calla
lily
submitted with the of majored in fashion designing floor-length of apricotsilk the was held in
names Sarasota DeMolay installs- which will follow the business points over the wrist. Her gowns ceremony
the person recommended also During WWII she was ex Lions, both of which were meeting Hostesses will serve headpiece was a simple crownof organza made with Epiphany church hall. White
omitted. Qualities on which pediter for the Newport (R.I.) held on Sunday. the coffee. white slipper satin to which scooped necklines and elbow floral arrangements and tap
I the Judges based their decision Naval Torpedo Station and length sleeves Their hats ers In silver candlebra were
were: attitude courtesy, was public relations director were of apricot silk organza used In decorations.For .
consideration sincerity and there. She worked with the and silk illusion veiling. her golng-away costume
personality The winner will FBI during the Korean con- $!: : :: : Their costumes were accesso the bride wore a whit
be awarded an engraved MRS. BEATRICE FREEDE flict and has conducted her rized with olive green gloves Chantilly lace suit over whit
I plaque and the writer will own radio programs in Boston and shoes and they carried taffeta with a black velvet
i receive t certificate of merit. BPW Dinner Speaker and Clearwater, since cascade bouquets of English!: hat and accessories. The ecu.
I I Miss Louise Spear is award guest speaker, Mrs. Beatrice coming here. Her husband Is Ivy and brandy wine, roses. pie went to Miami Beach to
t chairman Freede of Dunedin. Mrs. owner of a radio station in The flower girfs dresses embark for Nassau. They
The dinner will be preceded Freede is president of the Clearwater and she has been were of mint green chiffon will be at home at 11344 Evans -
by a social hour at 6 p.m. Florida BPW Clubs. active in the fields of advertising over the same shade of taffeta Trail, Apt. 102, Beltsville,
,-i Members will be hostessesto She will talk on bills before and public relations and their head pieces were after Oct. 21.
their bosses and honored the Florida Legislature since living in Florida. made of olive green velvet Mrs. Demote was graduated -
guests will be the mayor and which were initiated by BPW She has been a BPW memo and silk Illusion. Their flower from Venice High School
other Judges, Harvey Rohl- recommendations and those ber for nine years and has baskets were filled with this year. The groom, a 1961
wing, president of the Venice that were passed in the last served on numerous commit. rose petals. high school graduate, Is I
Area Chamber of Commerce, year which affected business tees and held offices in both Mrs. Sullivan chose a champagne member of the U. S. Coast
members of the press and the and professional women. local and state chapters. beige satin brocade Guard Reserves and Is employed
fAr sheath and matching Jacketfor by the Chesapeake and
-- ,,- ; her daughter's( wedding.Her Potomac Telephone Co. in
,,: accessories were irides Beltsville


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Methodist WSCS Circles INTRODUCING the exciting, new



: Meet Tuesday And Oct. 21 DEBONAIREBY


\ Circle meetings of the ersen of Southland Road,
W .}: o' T Woman's Society of Christian South Venice; devotions and
k c Uri i Service of Grace Methodist program by Mrs. C. P. Bent.
Church will be held on Tuesday Lois Circle welcomes new
1 I v A r and Oct. 21. members, Mrs. Edward Din-
4 The Tuesday meetings will kins and Mrs. Charles Nelms. '
be: Naomi Circle, at 8:30: at Rebekah Circle at 10 a.m., --I INCORPORATED
the home of Mrs. William C. at the home of Mr. Alberta 95 E. Shamrock Blvd.
Bose of 615 Valencia Road; Kanode, of 923 Myrtle Ave.
devotions and program( by Mary Martha Circle, on VENICE GARDENS
Mrs. Austin Plnkstaff. Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. at the homeof
Grace Circle, 1:30: p.m. at Mrs. S. L. Robinson of 34 2 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS
the church with Mrs. Raymond W. Seminole Drive; devotionsand f PANELLED LANAI OVERSIZED GARAGE
I Walker as the hostess; program by Mrs. Sher. COMPLETELY AIRCONDITIONEDMODEL
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devotions and program by
Mrs. Van B. Carter. HOME located 6 block
I II DEEP IN THOUGHT over plans for the Democratic Masel Huston, standing, looks on. Other hostesses Esther Circle at 2 p.m. it East on Shamrock Blvd.INTRODUCTORY. 511 390
I i I Executive Committee coffee Tuesday will be Mesdames Elgin Morison, Paul the home of Mrs. Carl M. Fall Special! OFFER .
from .4 to 7 p.m. at West Miami Avenue Taylor and George Gibbs Jr. Mesdames Hus Balr of 817 Beatrice Street
I 1'111 I Democratic Headquarters are the host and ton, Taylor and Backer are wives of three of with Mrs Maurice Kaubler as
co-hostess devotions and DANCE CLUB
''I' I two of the hostesses Samuel Herron Jr. will the Democratic candidate who will be pres.ant by Mrs.; John Robinson.program
greet the guests as official host and he and with other state and county delegates Miriam Circle, at 2 p.m. at I LESSONS

: I :, I. Mrs Bob Becker are discussing plans as Mrs. the home of Mrs. Marie S Parties Only $2.80 Weekly
Marshall of 372 Glen Oak
"
; Road with Mrs. Edmund Lid. COMPLETE: PROGRAM d
." rmaill i I. Mrs. Halstead Hill To Be Guest Pianist en as co-hostess; devotions I Private Lessons, u

and program by Mrs. Glenn 4 Group Lessons, ,
\'
; The musical! at the several radio Coast Symphony Youth Or. Norqulst.
p program work for stations Lois Circle, at B at 4 social. ,
4, t October of Nocturne and chestra Program and funds p.m.
meeting in both Connecticut the home of Mrs. H. J. Pet- ONLY $38 I frf
Hour Music Club will furnished to Loveland School for Retarded a ,
II i I be New York. She has also servo --- -- ----- TEENS L LOUNGER f tvt. ;gIS
I by Mrs. Halstead Hill, ed as church organist and director Children. Boosfers Night Is II Private
I pianist, with the Venice Civic of music in churchesand As a member of the National Lessons, 131." a
I Orchestra. radio stations and wasa Federation of Music Planned By GrangeBoosters
[ The club members will member of the Guild of Clubs, Nocturne Hour also Night will be cele Lessons 12 Group @
,' meet at the home of Mr, and Organists.Mrs. uses the "collect," the Hymnof brated by Venice Grange 186 $30.M
'I f Mrs. Paul Melroy of LaurelI Hill's program will be the Month, and the show. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Register Now
I i fj 8 p.m. Tuesday comprised of several piano case at its meetings. The Venice Civic Center
b I Mrs. Hill; came to Florida selections. club makes contributions to Worthy Master and Mrs. Fred Astaire
In October 1961 from Bethel. The club's theme for the the Seminole Junior Festival, Robert Hicks will be In
Conn. She was graduated year is "The Joy of Music. the Musicians Club of Amer- charge of the program and DANCE STUDIOSCan
from Ithaca, N. Y. College Projects beyond the club's ica, and Music for the Blind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter, tU-M7S or Stop at "A NEW HOME TRULY Of
where she studied piano, regular programs Include refreshments. mi Gnlfstream Avenue WORTHY
Its president Is Mrs. Ann
organ and voice participation in cultural programs All Grangers are welcomeand Sarasota VIa
A member of Mu Phi Ep- for the Venice Wnko- Lord who will president at each Is requested to Between II s.aa. to II .1J \ YOUR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION"
pmJ
I allan Music Society, she did mis-Laurel area, the West Tuesday's meeting bring I friend. J ......;-

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I Ii To The Editor who'll report the IIe\

When we came North In :''te't.t:( tile regale Ips

: the Spring, we had the GONDOLIER
i I., HIMBE: : Of TH1 ASSOCIATED: Perm MZUBE1: Or TH* ItOBIDA FKEUS ASSOCIATION mailed to ua here in -
r (cat < IIN'i fond hope that we couldIn To The Editor:
1 I I I Tbtt ..... P... 10 ...,...... wurdk a M-_bll...... of nil ...s 41........ _I.... r" t z. the keep up with the
Is w mbw.ln.r.dlud ,N ..... oJ..J .... wbleb.d b.r.a AU $ihY.1 Lpnhxwew a way X am lorry' The
1 t of ....,01 4..b. .,. .... .w..l events In Venice during our LIEB h*. K
.. rh..m ad heel I _"'.. .e.w.1 01 ai. a _"........ sad Ita we"b8..u.. M t b abstnce. tude it has adopted tluV
ptwlr h.blddw rs.p$ M ..NewI __... Generally this baa been abott
board issue.
: I Pnbll>b"4 L..., Yonder M4 TtarodM from 11I4 B. UluU AMUIMBnMM true
j v ) A> Strait ales MltMr At Po. OHlM .u V nlo. Florldo Then during the summer, People in Venice ant .
f announcement was made that glewood seem to feel that x
EDWARD D. BALL .....?............................... Editor and Publisher there would be a section of cause this .'rbubarb" Is

I COURTNEY WIWS .................................... Advertising Manager + I .. s item of Venice Gardenelle..1In taking place in Saruou I
I the future. doesn't concern us
I SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor We were quite happy.In thatwe this area. We houM bare umI

ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent might see about tome of ber that our schools ?_
the activities of our friend part of the tame achool

SUBSCP.IPTION RATES In county $i.2 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 rut r and ntlghbor tern ij

per three month, 10 cents per copy. Out of county', $6.25 per year, $'-25 A ad. The Now only we are mention quite of forlorn.the doings t believe that all the M

per aix month, (3 per three month of resident of Venice should be presented! fafrl,;,
AdmtlMni ...........u... do Id. Pro* Sorrta/ GtlMvriUo" IT*.I AmrlMa M_..._ BwNomutlroi. Garden that we have found, that the people may mak.a
Now York. N. V.I Atlanta, Co.I DMnH. Mick best possible decision!
; ..c -- -_ ____ we found in the Hospital Re. Lion time. Whet ittu
concern,
ports or the Obit o
children's welfare!
The lection headed Venice shouU h
i- I Garden New has been given foremost Interest to In importino K.
us all.
f I II 0 3tvpaptr '. over In Its entirety to doing
C1 .l of the Venice Garden Co., CLAIRE McDONOl'CT
: $ : NATIONALNEWSPAPER not of the people living there. Englewood i
Why' can't the people livingin
MAKE Aa (Editor's Note W.
I their in*,
Venice Garden have that
our schools
art ut
hc' a DIFFERENCE Ili doing. reported same a* Venice portant part of tin no-I'!
, I WEEK East, Nokomis, Overbrook yatem. Bat w* feel on
'!PEOPIVSLIVESt Garden and Englewood to endless, name-Mltlnf hl!
:. I : OCT. name a few politician In
ii.it HU a folKleti
,I t erhyw u w, ? ARCHIE N. WOOD, year doe not contrtnti k 1
DeWltt, Mich. their betterment.)
i t J Ji (Editor' Notes We are -J
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYElection lost I* anxious a* you to
i report the new of Venice ELECT STOKES
Gardena Mr. Wood. In the
{ Summer we thought we'd COUNTY JUDGE
Year MadnessBy found a correspondent Who DEMOCRAT
a sa.wawerlrwweasgsPersessrstasr'h would do the Job, but It did
No,. Jrd, 19MSERVING
THUBMAN SENSING not work out We are still Pd. Pala A.. br ern. .......
trying to find someone

Sxicntlr!: Vice President Southern States Industrial Council

y By RUSSELL KAY yelp Into microphones to and reckless spending. They FLORIDA SINCE 1950
; r t lwr make their position clear. tell us the more we give, the
In an election year politic. They love America, :he more we get the more we
ian go stark, raving mad. land of the free and the homeof spend, the more we make and
./ They will tell you anythingand the brave. They wave the to hell with the cost of living
promise anything to either flag until their arms ache. and the day of reckoning.Who t97oraz & vice Snt
in of. greeting ,
i' get in office or stay children
: /,, They are for preparedness, cares about our
I t ,. .. W*' HV fice. for defense, for freedom and or our children' children. .......... ..... ..
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i/XO TUB NEWSPAPERS'Or AXDPUCAj| 41 ;,*! vfvT Desperate for any argument they will spend our dollars to They can spend themselvesInto -
rf* v *' >* !>'***'' ' M' T'I that might bring in a the last penny to insure them. prosperity Just like we
',rr > otd. s vote they scream yell and Our dollars, not theirs and did and laugh off the budget CordiallyWelcomes
h' tear their hair with frantic some of the candidates have and national debt for What
td taatapi Aa.rtos' Si. pie.. aat b its Kh1 appeals. They are for everything plenty, so much in fact that they really are, a lot of doggone .
"
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f |rn4 eeeeaiUl functtoe. WtM 47 JUe. otow democratic ,? and against nothing, unless they hire auditors to try to hooey.
l K X0< r '- & *? it happen to be the candidate hide their wealth with mixedup And the old folk. God bless

I % H 5gfrfp, f( Ip-lt: # that opposes them figure and double talk them and the laborers, God You and Your Fimity
i | |
;iI ; : They love the old folks, God They know all the answer help them, and all the rest, ,
t I tl yrsieealgv.of tirh1 bless 'em, our noble senior and can Iron out all difficulties cheer themselves hoarse and
1laeticq 44iea and orests #,poe4ptpeust thteltd t*elte citizens, makes no difference whether they occur in throw all reason and commonsense To Your New Homel
a ite1n a.. i'otonio arrMrhWaal 'New.pgpui. whether they live in t $25,000 Viet Nam, Cuba, Russia, Berlin to the winds as they see
l a year apartment or are begging Darkest Africa or in outer only the personal benefits
|bate thco tjhot th* eortriboted
the
ytw ejylflcantiy to
a dime for a cup of coffee space. All they ask is your that might possibly come to
T I c praervatiaca yal tpga11t 'of obi.gberi.bdtight'A.; on skid row. They deserve cooperation and support, in them as a result of such a The State of Florida
pokmen fet,tfavJitoaiwblcjk *tDWM.te trim tout rich anything we do for them and abort your vote. Give it and mad program.
y bring., soy '.xpatid oar hoaiaeltt. o! {arowiitige and a lot more. :you can rest assured no mat Why can't we have freedom It ti our desire to mate you 'feel 1 wilcow
t p } They love labor, provided it ter' what the cost they will NOW Why can't We have
and with
to acquaint city.
belongs to a union, whether it pay the bill and gladly, with hospitalization, nursing you your
makes $2 or $10 an hour and your money. homes and medical ,
care
w. F r want the working man to get They love their children and can't
> why we have shorter
> *m *-* *t-"t r fwfcjipnit(
it.a5Tine ae euardtaoll gthese ideaa*,, tf n.w.papr. $-j a break. They sit proudly labor on the yours world and haven't about the a worry burden in work weeks, higher pay and If you ore new in the area,:0 phone
hand of the
the right
$eatfy! the tt'i got 01 bereft 9* wn'o4J' tied., bvl? t longer paid vacations Whycan't
boss and for justice they might place on them or
scream /
I we have all the blessings toll/ will bring you a prompt visit from
I ?, 310 UtweeaApaerlc*; end |h 'WorldJtj community,. and fair play. They smirk at what Inflation will do to all the good Lord Intendedus
the television cameras and of us a* a result of their wild to have, why can't w* have your heel hottest Please girt her a ealtl

,, f I fcwrw that s11 Aiaericeme'joln$ la ttl tribute to our aewee all of it NOW She has and fret and wonderful
mops many
3 ****** sad 1mi oon&leAt that onus prep will, wtain aind' Stop screaming we can
.nhtnc. It* lndtpan4W jfeW in the life ol on* Dann racy have it all and NOW if we gifts for you from local businesses//
y Smokers Still Puffing AwayThe listen to our friendly candi
t ' date. We can have everythingour
: r Pi t a, City of Venice's shareof over the $9,706 collected In heart desires and two dol. MRS. ETHEL TUCKER
$4,296,756 statewide cigar- July. The August figure was lara besides. All we have to
ttte tax collections In August back up to nearly normal, do is vote for the right candi 420 Nokomis Ave. Venice, Fieri*
; was $10,174.46 according to 'however, and indicates that date
I a report !just issued by Rich the drop in July was just a It 1 fa as simple as that, be PHONE 488.3134
\.Sac ard B. Keating, director of temporary lull rather than a lieve It or not!II
J Li the State Beverage Depart general decrease in cigarette
.moltln,.
ment. - - -
.sh(1'f' This is an increase of $378

I "! ( 'f: What We Try To Do EncampmentAtMacDillAFB Koenigs FinedIn


+ 1 f ':,I' This, your own newspaper which is comparable to those \ ,,4

Ii I, r tnyitei you to In much larger places. City Court A NEW

'j+ it. : paper Wee with Thanks to our Correspondents: For your Set For CadetsVenice Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koenig

1 t 1 t : I remind Americans Job of reporting the happenings in Composite Squadronof of Venice were fined $25 each
The Right respective South County communi the Civil Air Patrol will In City Court Tuesday nighton
country:
I take in
part a weekend encampment open profanity charges
i If f t. To be of genuine ... These Item of local Interest are a Nov. 13-15 with stemming from an alleged

i .. ; newspapers must asset to newspaper.. other Group 14 squadrons, hassle with police officers DIVIDENDPERIOD
I Thanks all Others Who have assisted Bradenton Sarasota and Arcadia. nearly a year
I free where the to : Assistant' ltOjud'. Roy
t .' )R j I males a big; dfI; during the past year by bringing In The encampment will include Dean suspended all but $10 of

: j ; whether or not and pictures, or have helped us in cadet training, a firefighting both fines.
demonstration and a Not prosecuted were charges -
The predominate way to give complete end accurate tour of MacDill Air Force of Interfering with a police
t(:\ free and Red . In this area The GONDOLIER Base at Tampa. The cadets officer and resisting! arrest

1 lens is The Right depends en this support if it It to continue will live like airmen during against Koenig. Also nol
f the three-day encampment.Area pressed charge of
were resisting
During National I successful operation teenagers from 14 to arrest and, public intoxication .
I, ti!; wish to pause a What ti a newspaper? IS years of age may become against Mrs. Koe

:t.: : -daily-routine and A newspaper is an industry . and eligible for the encampment CAP nig.The Koenigs' attorney Art

because if it GONDOLIER the only news media unit, MembershipVenice; : may Ginsberg of Sarasota, entered

would be the world printed and published in the be obtained by calling tin.Marjorle . a no contest plea on the BEGINS
\ = Place, 4$$-1643, open profanity charges.MOBILE .
: newspaper area, that contributes a healthy

... ) Thanks to our sizeable payroll to the Venice area,

J thanks for your Y.nk"s.'I' helps support civic enterprise In HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE w

LIER as evidenced Venice area. that does the most to WITH NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE

to renewal notices. help promote the area via the printed POLICY Exclusive/ with Edge-Yen Orsdale Agency NOW

'j Thanks to our that devotes Its columns exclusively EXAMPLE

{ i confidence in to news of the Venice area, that Is I 4,000 Broad Form Perils en Coach (No deductible
In better business In the Ven on wind or hail)

dollars with us. area. A newspaper Is what Its readers $ 1,200 On Contents (Include th.ft.t lie dditeinal.

i I us to give the It to bell cost)

$ 400 Additional Living 'Exp", ,, SAVE' BY OCTOBER 12th EARN FROM OCTOBER 1 ht

i $10,000 Personal Liability

: im! v ColumnFORGOTTEN $ 250 Medical Payments, PLUS ether extensions efcov..g.

= .,toe numerous to mention

0 IN Webster's PIONEERS Is heralded $57.00 per year In ,city or adjoining parks. Slightly

: Dictionary you ", "* rare work of Americana, full of higher outside of fire protection. ST
Levis for y..ss a.a.dNper lA.eaWFEO
M I simple end human Interest. This Is no

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IN IN THE AND FLORIDA.COUNT FOR SARASOTA IN/UIXIB'S A'VNTY COURT) PORE NOTICE THE OF CITY PUBLIC COUNCIL HEARIMO, Or roe Bit-" Life Sentence Given Kidnaper I ill'' jl

IN RE, J> 'rATII OF CI1Y OF v JClK FLORIDA CON-
CLVnlta, .r.t1.LroH CHANGE.CRANING a) H E AD LINE ,:
Fll. No. 7101

_ '"'_._.__ _ I TO ALL NOTIl CRFOITOrtS TO CREDITOR AND PERSONS TO Von WHOM IT MAT notified CONCERN thai Joseph Francis Bryan Jr.. mining the Maying of young I!I

CLASSIFIED: ADS Homes I HAVINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS haa ar* :=praaonted t* Ik*n City pro.poaal accused kidnsp-slayer of 7. Wilson and two other UtUe } ',

For Sale Misc. For Sale Male Help WantedBOTTLE AGAINST Von .,* haraor SAID :ROTATE aotlriod' and ronulrad Council: of th. Cltr: of Vanloa to ahanceth year-old Lewis (Hack) WU- boys 1
bulkhead Una
forth tkaVanlor
I a* aat In
CASH RATES LYONS to fIle anr lalm or _... which, ron City Cod Artlel' .. ilL HeetloaM4 son of s:0.;: .: The Wilson boy's skeleton ,:
BAY : mar hI.l atalnat tha Eatat of
AREA Noko. CLOTHING new"Suitable ((5)) Coaatal Aroa S. Robarla Bar remains
Mainly I
clods O. Hill, .... found last la
mis, t rooms AND BULK GAS 0- 10" or Usa. propoaad ,chani belna I : daocrlbcjla was April a .
12-Word Minimum and bath, Fla students, businessman delivery if'::. Vs.oty R1&Ao :.. .4 follow*, towltiOommonc wooded area near Venterwai scrub palmetto thicket Just
room and porch Central men. Myakka LoP, JOHN T ( SaraaouEach '
duct rather tall, slender, ire CoII.I4r Jodg.. I. the at th* Nortoaaot oomwof sentenced to life Ira Off U.S.
000. about
Gas ctp Highway 41.
neat, built-in stove and oven. 42. Wool sweater, coats, jackets East Laurel Rd. Phone 55,0,.. ., S...... ......1.... ..11101. "l.l5.dOP l. uot 11" of Scbutta SubdMiloa' prlsonment Thursday aZhsrleston five ,I
ONE INSERTION Fireplace. Tile 488-2458 _tho t..... 110. 4,5. In Bactloa' I, IBS, Ran.lIS miles south of Venice.
roof. Garage $3 up Overcoat, $9. Shirt tlppO obllsO.. St thin Noth,.01 the Kail, ....Ji7..1..Plat Book 1, S. C, j
8c Per Word and carport Mln- $500 down, (ISM) $1, Slacks 23. Big!I ) alalm or domand nnat bale, P... 0., Pub'lo' Jl.uda or Swwutathnp ,, Bryan, a meek-looking ,ii' \
7l.yIda'
. $75.00 Autos For Sale wrtllntv In dupllaaui ahall i Els SI'
month. Call shoes socks. In" atat 't'O: lender J JI"
488- New Roger tha plaoa rmlatnoa and poat offlo tha North Una of oitondod, ex-dishwasher was I
55M. Pret suit. 488-3860. odd.. of tho Claimant ahall .b*. 1IIS': thono Nortb.Tell' I* ID Waal, sentenced for the almllar
._.. : thono South II* 41' Wo ) LEE'SPOWER
1937 to fc, ? claimant ... spiel | *
SUNDAY AND THURSDAY I OW.. V.,...laaa4, ..... ... EXPERT CADILLAC Sedan DVllle OP hla atternarl I ahall b. aaaompanlrd HOI'I'ft.thano* North S' 14' Eaat, tilling of 10-year-old( John

Vaults | .... v",........... D.Prl... Instruction HAIR In STYLING all power, factory air, r.u..1"a SI;71i..("Ulna"' faa.iS 'and aa fltej anr ahallrold. aoehJ ) 1171 W.I, ...I..th.no't.I*to North a s.loO V 51'05 in tho David Robinson of Mount I""

70c Each 0-ar LOU lAcoas, cas-saov Sara.ota'eIIIWltt radio, heater. Loaded with J. .?. Ta. :mini lie mar h. lid..... iotl..l!, 01W lIe. St I.-tal Uessint, S. C. He reportedly ,
and finest school extras. New tires, mufflers o the amount of .., and claim WM.P. (.'-..,, C1ND map loss signed confessions ad- MOWER

fe Each Addition) Word IN VENICE, near gulf, bay Basic and advanced courses and tall pipe. Looks like new 07,ore I.'da.!!". b/tol". Orson Ohs CamA datod I, Julr I Ml,SI.ooordlnau IMS, rvlaad potnta Oetobor of M- - I '"

and City Hall. 3 bedrooms Carroll's Beauty:! School, 2828 Make offer. 4881103. N'V. "HIU, 1.010.111.1' and S) '4',IU.4') for a

Itt baths, fireplace N. Tamiami Tr., U. S. 41 and 'N Enoratrls of Iha btat. M Point* M'of .Baclnnlnt-i. 15.0.. North....
barbe of Clrda a Hill' Doaoaaod. 11' E. 1411 ftt t. WWI Vets Set
r.. Ant Alicia. trpa hi rlanl.rfeU ,. cue, screened porch double 27th St., Sarasota. Phone RAMBLER AMERICAN I Attornort Blair I and Daaa, South IS* II' If loot uses ft.
: H
. than b ii ....... .f SI aanta 355-6844. SIT N.... Rtraat. to .. 1 Iron pin''* on aald Bout....'
-Iha.. for OIl tnaortion. M tanta n carport, 2-ton alrconditloner I Door Sedan 1964. Practice P. 0. Bon ion R/W of IntraooaaU! Watarwar I
SM for Mk 1 Inaortlon laaraafur.A swimming pool and cabana. ny new. 2300 miles. 1850.: von..... Florida. thano* sOIlS IS* If IS" Call. 11.4 Noon Session
aarria ...... of u omtaawla 10 Small Tri-County Equipment Co. ...b".hi Sapt SI, M. Oot 4. II. 1MI n.
for not -at th. Condollor' P. O. payment and assume Call owner, 488-3239.: hIm.I SIN hi LEE j ,
... lumbar to rO>ll*> k IIIf...... mortgage Paul E. Nowland BELL RD. tt. Cii, :1.f. :IIC C\\;. St V.... ,
Broker SARASOTA, FLA. FOR SALE 1949 Ilf THE COUN'I'Y lUDOm') COURT I I... Florida, '' In tha ....m..... of .. ENGLEWOOD WWI Barracks I' SEZ.5 I "
4881231. 955-S705 DODGE. IN AND CUR uARAeO'rA ( UNTY'k ("tOy Council at CIty HalL Vanloa, No. 2744 of Englewood 'a

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Tits/ week ipecfo/i o* //1:00:$75.00.. Phone 488-3597 after TIC SE PIAIRIDA, ROTAT14 10I OP PRORATE sot Florida: T on M.,November tho pnrpooa O"\:: at. will hold a noon buffet lunch. I

ONLY $100 DOWN and }44,00 p BERNICE U aldoratlon, br Mid CIty Council aa tot eon tomorrow (Monday) at< j jt
One Edition, per Inch ,$3.0C per month Including Inter. Wayne Air Compressors m.Jsed DERKICI 1J'sQIi'l'lN.. whether tha propoaod oho... of .... FOR :
Dornand Probato" rila N... feot ration of Iti* oitabllahad .bulkhead the American Leloft.Han.. A
Both Editions, per Inch, ,$3.50 eat and principal, buys a 2 Trucks NOTICE TO CREDITORS II.. partalnlni, to tha following doaoribad donation of 80 ,cent will be .
or :3 bedroom Home in Business Personals TO ALL CREDITORS ANI) PERIONS proportr, Cowls t
City HAVINO CLAIMS OR assessed.
DEMANDS ..... .
0.
LINER ADS of Venice. CB conat., City SARASOTA'S INT. AGAINST SAID ESTATE, nor of Lot "0".t of& Vhutta RubdMot. The next regular meetingwill
water and paved streets. See Dressmaking alterations HARVESTER Dealer to Yen, aro bowS' notlflad and ronilrad I Ion I In 50.tl.. I. Townihlp Its THE :
Ma anr alalm or domond whlan be at the recreation cen. n
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION Ships Johnson, Realtor, 306 draperies, ete. Reasonable. Offers Day & Nile lornleo.... ...,.., tho CaUU 7011maj of Rant, Pan. IS S, Public roaordod RaoonU In Plat of .BookI .... I:ter at :2 p.m. Oct. 21, at which f

W. Venice Ave., Ph. 488-2241. 488-11M SERVICE'!: and PARTSOn Faint Martin rub, D.Knlchk.. ,ItU ski of Barnloa Sara- aota :Conntr tha North, Florida'Una of, thanoi Lot :"G"Eaotalone time 1969: officers. will be

BOOKKEEPING Income all makes TRUCKS :i>:. Countr.JOHN, 'Florida In tho oMIoo of ., 7I...'| the... N 1' 10 Wort an.tondad , nominated. -
T
or RentalsROOM Tax, State-Federal Wage & EQUIP. Vnintr Judm, hi GRAHAM.tho Count Saraaou Court thenc IMS'. for South. SS PMnt* 41'of Welt Bnlnnln, IS 0"| BEST L LIT'S.

ADJUSTMENT Reports, Personal Typing, COME In and SEE At DRIVE Hs.U: .5 5.p.ota.meth, 71.44.' .1151, .l.euhidop l. IS.... North t* II' Of Fiat, M.Tlp I I Potluck I
Ihim SI. SIt. .1 SupperUnited
thane North 7 14' 10" Waat, .l IB ,
FOR RENT Reason your home, Champion typist Any of our FULL LINE 01'NEW tins .bII.tl.e of this 1001,,. more of lie to the wntara of Rob.
Rrquesti for cancellation . 30 years experience Nominal I. H. PRODUCTS N..). .1.1. I, 50wd. Dl5 bo Iseplllse orta paaal thanoo m*. Church of Christ I
able. Call 4881872. sod I, doill .'5.11' "0. : =tI.-r."I.. : . .
.,
.,
or idiuitment because of error Fee. Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 From the Fabulous SCOUTto tsp plaoa, : of rmldrnn. arj J pot nfflc* ration andrrlnc wltk aald a U.. ....rI.. N II'** win have its first fall potluck

mutt, be mede for Thursday FOR RENT OR LEASE, Har. Banyan Drive Venice, Fla the Famous TRAVELALLand lie od Iroaa.,rn to of br tho..... tlalmanll Cl.lmant, hla ahall....b..1or 11' 00" 11 the.:. from.. South tha PHnt Tl. II'I"of Rr.Klnnlntt upper Monday at 8.30: p.m. J/Y

GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m bour Shores Boat dock. Phone 488,5254.TYPEWRITERS. PICK UP'S & bla nttornart ah.ll. ba ngoompinlcd' W. alon, aald Una I""' ..... or hait at Venice Gardens Recreation 4
furnished. 2 Bedroom br a II." flllnt t. and ."p onah the Point of RttlnnlnrSaid Center.
M Monday. For Sunday GON. Home. LOADSTAR'S. .I.l... or damand. not .. fllH ahalt .
and ( thanta b.ie llmlud ta tt tportion
Phone 4883700. Adding .. raid Th* flllnl faa mar ha addad .. Circle One members will belostesses.
DOLIER BEFORE 5 WEST COAST TRUCK of tha aiiUn. bulkhand I''
PJTU on Machines II "a .,
(mechanically > amount of alalm and
operated
.
partalnln to tha abova dioerlbad Those
SERVICE INC. r_. .... proportr attending
Thund SALES mar b* .hlat. from tha Conn.idaVf ..
) ) would dailrahla and not ad-
.y. :2 BEDROOM Chemically cleaned, .. ,
HOUSE, fur- like 3450 No. Washington Blvd. tp offloa.HACF.L ran* to the pnblla rlnhto and wrlfarat are asked to bring their table I
ntshed, Laurel. Florida new. Just $1250 plus LEWIS. tho araa. IntonaUd partlaa will baffordod service and a dish for eight
Phone 488.3125 $70 parts If required. All makes. 391-9107 Sarasota 355-768 aa Ancillary Administrator ..1... . an opportunity to ba hiard.nd .
room. monthly No pets .... icople.
or of th Eatat* of Barnloa Tit upon tha' oomplatlon of the h.
children. 488-3918. Venice Stationers, 211 W Knlrht .. known .. Barnloa. .I.. tho .1... pnaonud will 1 DO dulraonildarad
Venice Ave. 4886113. Boats For Sale Fauat ...rd.. Daaiaa.dn .. bafora doilalon, b nada oonhannof .
Lots For Sale A- ...i Boona Ham. A Iiphordlna. _.1.* tho ,..... or sup Legal
2: BEDROOM APARTMENT. Florida. Pow.r Ll..h| Bids. ....U.. bulkhead It...

Partly furnished. Retired SHEPARDLUMBER.CO. 14' GULF LINER, top, wind ...".Vel, .gopt.,... "li[ tit Oet .. ii. 1M4 HARRY Cltr CI...W... HAGER INVITATION TO BIB

VtNICS mtglDFNc, LOTS people preferred. Bay Point shield controls battery Pu.'''., Sopt. It, Oot 4, 11. 1M4. Blrta VEHICLE will .. ...INSURANCE...... br the Board
BUSINESS
TINICI
SITES Subdivision Nokomls. Phone tank, etc. 35: H.P. Evlnrude IN THE COUNTY' WDO&'S COURT ,I Piiblfe, '.'_11.., 110_. Coun.
OWHtlt. LOU JACOBS. Mil HIT 488-1110. elec. start, Hurricane trailer IN AND FOR .ARASOT\ COUNTY, ... Florida, at the .1(1. of tho A..
1003 N. Washington Blvd. FLORIDA IN PROBATE IN INS COUNTY Jurors enURr litant tiuparlntandant' of Sebooli' ,
new tires, spare wheel and IN IIARA OTA Ithool Admlnlitratlon, Bnlldlnf, 1411Hpa&lfloatlona
AND SOS
WantedWE I... V.,.........* 110....... rrirae.. Saresofa and lots of milE. ESTATE orPOUI.NII FLORIDA. IN PROBATE COUNTY H.tto. ....... florid.. up toIlao
Vmlaa, } ..... ..,........*. |... tire. Complete ex Paeiaaad.ISABEL rohaw SACXETT. '"N RBt! ESTATE: OF P.M. .. sle.hI.i. =. .. la. I.... fo. 2111 ROTARY
rila N. 71M
0.... LOU JACOBS. ......., cell' tras. Excellent cond. Call 488- FLOYD ALLEN GARDNER ,..u...... to adowl.
MORE NOTICE! TO CREDITORSTO DoooaaM Probate Flic 1'1... TIM bo.ie.d.ewm.elsl..w.'
NEED good list 2852. 3h.p.
LARGE ROOM with bath exeellent ELLIOTT PAUL ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONs NOW" TO CREDITORS: ... avallablo at the I
logs In the City of Venice, RAPING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS TO ALL rRFniTORS AND PERSONS: fflca. of tho Anlatant biporlntondmt,
Biyihore Golden Beach, Gull neighborhood. Phone for 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruiser. AGAINST SAID ISTATCl: HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS HvUlo. of B.." "_ 8>T..leaa, S41I 30" COMET
51.tI. It..., ... ,
488-3853.* ROOF TRUSSES Ton .. AGAINST SAID ROTATE S r >Ia Florida
harabr lotlHod
I and rognlrad
Shorts. Give us a try. Byron Ship-to-shore radio. to tile ... claim, or ......d which. You a. horoor notlflad and rrqulral.. Tha Board of Public Inatractlon ra-
Murk! Realtor 4884706. Alum. Windows & Doors. Depth finder. Marine head. mar have atalmt tho Eatat ron of to fllo suP alalm or damand which roil ..... tho rllht to rojact anr and .11 6 h.p.
, ....
WORTHINGTON APARTMENT Double planked Mahogany P.115.. laabal Saekatt, >>-. lat* mar hav anlnat tha Fxitata ol bId roealvad, and to l.eoepsedill .
Contract Roofinq & Painting FLOYD ALIEN GARDNER 1 fcraialltlaa In racanl thanM.Sla
of Sarnaota
Florida th of.
across from Venice hull. 1700. Call Venice 488 f ii'3T la Pmaaad, I laU of SaraaoU Conntr 27" SNAPPER
.. .
Phone floa of 55. GRAHAM 0. .- 8'El'w.
488.2132 Venice
I ; JOHI1I. _..
.
Real Estate Shopping Center. Large 3 '455 or see at Tarpon Center iota Countr Judv 'In tb* Conntr Court lortda I th* .ffl of Hon. WILEY 1Ieo I
room and efficiencies fur Houao at .., .. Florida, with'.,, .'. '. GRAHAM SaraaoU Conntr Jodet.I Board of Public Instruction, 6h.p.
Marina. calendar montha from tha data or 55. I n tho County Court Horn. at Saraiota Saraaota Oot.. Florida. I
i
REDUCED $12.500 value for nished. Low annual rental or tint publication of ttla Notion.Each Florida within, its, ealmdarmontha Publlchi Oct. 11, II. !... 1
r
Mobile from th* HaU of th* flntuhllcatlon
$10,500. Bdr, ircondltlonM monthly. 812 S. Tamiami Homes Legal .1.... or damand nuat 5. la of this. N.tl.,.. formerly I
in Trail. Phone 488-2416, or 488- wrltln. and In dupllcaui ahall atat CooS. .10''" Of ........ ...,t .. I..PlII. I. MORE PEOPLE ARE HAROLD'SMower
home fireplace city.Don't tha placa I of rmldcnoa and pout ofllcaaddrma ... stI ,is ,duplleo.. .h.n ..InI.th. .
wait, phone right now. 622. of th. Claimant. ....11 .. plaoa of raaldtnr 1 and pies offlooaddroal & Bicycle Service
MOBILE HOME OWNERS ....... SUBSCRIBING TO AND
ta br ta* Claimant hla alnthi .. _
IN 1'1I11I COUNT jtiDGtrs COURT of tha CloiwuMi .hatl
VENICE GARDENS :1 Bdr. CAN SAVE INSURANCES IN AND FOR SARA30TA COUNTY. .. .Itft...., ...11 b. _..p."I'" worn U br tho CI.lm..1 hit ....., .. Dmcnt! BEHIND THE
n bath horn. 30 n. Florida 4 ROOM DUPLEX. 2 bedrooms I $ WITH NEW MOBILE FLORIDA IN PHOBATKn 0.p ,a 01.70 fIll, C.aol, :d S., :h'n his attornart .h.U 5. ...'....1... ho' READING THEGONDOLIER NOKOMIS POST OFFICE
.1.5. dieul 111,4 ,
screened-ln porch. RE ESTATE OF up II 71 flllnl ton, and I Imount 0eelo S .1.1r.
room. Nice lot. $1SSOO. HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE RUSSELL U HIATT S. ;;.._ 1,. flIle faa ma'| 5. .44.4 Cr d..d .ot .. tllot .h.n 5. .. Ph. 488-3975
CITY OF VENICE. Excel. Seasonal Roberts Bay Drive, Doaaaaad. Probat Flla N. nOne to amount of ilalm, id .1.0.. Th. tube r.. are .. .M' 1. tb. .
lent I Nokomis Phone 488-1333. POLICY NOTICE TO CREDITORS forma mar. .. ohtalnad fn.ttovnori lb. Cou" of alalm' and alalm forma e,..,
location :2 Bdr. 2 bath .. .
Exclusive with Edge-Van TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS tp I.d. SIfIOI.N. ho obulnad. from th. Countr Jods.. .
room home. Nicely HAVINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS II. 5ACKE'l'r .
fd 118950. land.cap'I' ON THE: BEACH at Casey i Orsdale Agency. AGAINST SAID ROTATE 11 Adwlthto.te,- oil th. 0.1.0.SI ffleo.ELI7ABBTH flARDNIR
Key 1 and :2 bedroem I Example: Vo ara honor notlllod and roaulit ''' P.ull.. hibd _lit, .Exaeutri of tho' EaUU: METROPOLITANLife 1
BYRON MARIELERealtor' Allan J>.
fllo anr oUlm or damand whlah jouour II- of Fiord Cnrdnar. -
Phone 488-4706 I apartments. Seasonal, $1,000and $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils kava ...1".. th. Batata of Braawal ij Brown, .......
$1,200. Call Don Heath on Coach (No deductible L, HIATT. 0.. Jaekaon L 50adt.pd.Ao.e. Atthwoi 1RLAIR
P d, ::E1I taraaota OonntyFlorida AND TISAIC
LAUREL POST OFFICE 488-2151 or 488-6688. on windor la .* of Ho*. JOHh ", for Admlalalrator.. P. O. 1I't, \
hall) T. GRAHAM. 11._ Coantr fndn, Vonloo-Nokomla Bank Bldf j onlcottornari. Ftorlda Insurance Co.
Property consisting of Vanloa Florida. for ExeentrlxWOLFER .
I. the Oountr Court Rouaa at Cow.Iota
building and additional lot 1 & 2 BEDROOM houses nicely 1,200 On Contents (Includes . Florida within lln, oalandarnthi Fndllahl Sopt 51. II, Ooi. 4. It. 1MI IPubllahl I Oat. 11, II. IS, N... I. 1M4
furnished. Walking distance Theft at no ... from th dat* of tha tint
Ward Sutherland, Broker. publication of thla Notloa.Each "Chuclt' R.iterPh.
Call L. M: Proffit Phone 484- to beach. Utilities In. additional cost) .1.,,,, or darnand. mnat .. In MOTORS Inc. c. A. "Chuck" Rliter C. T.
cluded. Fishing and boating. 400 Additional Living rltlnr, and In dtiplleat! ihall atat* 488.6321 Ph. 488-4590
4313 .
; 4884683.Jouses. the plaa. or raaldanoa and pool slit. 'I
Yearly or seasonal. 4885127. Expense RAMBLER DODGE
addraoa of the Claimant I ahall h*
10,000 Personal Liability iworn to br the Claimant, nfa ....t or r5! S. Tamtsml Trail 488.3965-488-6150 For Information wifAoirf obligation check the plan
For Sale .
ill attorr.fr ahall .. _p..I.. bra 'Inifrttfad In
FURNISHED APARTMENTS 250 Medical Payments II.TS tube' tow and anr aueh alalraor SPECIALIST IN . you ere c
reasonable. Walk to beach PLUS other extensions of demand not ao hisS. ahall ha Told.Tha :. :
till aiar o* adilnl ta thatlnnatt ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT THIS COUPON HHHHBni ,
VENICE GARDENS ENGINE TUNING BY CLIP
and shopping. Call 488-3447. coverage too numerous to wlt : .rm, .,i .1,1w, tSP.. M,
Waterfront. 14500.00 Evenings. 4742569.ATIRACTIVELY mention, .. .b0.IOId SIll Ohs Cot, IodIN'. Brake Repair I I Lubricate Chassis -

Large (5x120 foot lot on big $57.00 per year In City or oln... BLANCHE R WATT Front End Alignment Oil Chsnqet I Mall To r ) LOSS OF INCOMEP. I

lake. 3 bedroom, 2 bath with Furnished adjoining parks. Slightly SI Adml.lot..trt. or tho FitM.St . Front End Overhaul S Adjust Headlights Beanv RETIREMENT INCOMEEDUCATIONAL
O. BOX 128 r )
A..II L. D--.L
tower off Master duplex. Block from schools HI.It
Bedroom. higher outside of fire pro ltorIIor,I t Wheel Balanclnq Electrical RepelrtEnqlne

wall oven, matching refrigerator and stores. Open beam cell tection. : Surfm. ICorp Para*, S Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand Venice, Fla. r I FUNDS
U N. Tamlaml Trail,
Cove Distinctive
lighting
and log, /
in
kitchen. Fin.ncine eating; available.space design. 1 bedroom side, $75 EDGE-VAN AGENCY ORSDALE ,, vilO. Floridaubll.hi Pet. II. II. 15. Nor. I. 1M4NOTIPB e Redto Repairs ard Transmission Repair ( } ANNUITY r ) HOSPITALIZATION

MYRON McGLYNN Realtor monthly; 2 bedroom side $85 116 W. Venice Ave. I Alreondltionlnq Repairs end Installation ( ) LIFE INS. I I GROUP (IS or more) .

ij Shamrock Ph. 488-4974. monthly. Good soft water. For Telephone 488-2289 J I OF TNTENTIOM:
appointment call Sarasota TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Name .
Th. nndaralrnad do horabr oartUr
OWNER!: MOVING to East 924-9952 after II p.m. - hat thor an oonduetlnv a ffourmatMO 'I'

Coast. Must sell 2 bedroom, InstructionFItENH.GERMAN.SPAN Cou.'oucIo .....Florid.d... I. alOh .v.. .the.... tloUItouoa.m. 511-Ilta FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN Street City '

IH baths, Florida room, large Misc. For Sale .r "itlkim f..." sod Ohio Phone Age _ _ _ I J
rang room, enclosed carport oaId ...... I II sswnw.d or the t... THE GONDOLIER
toll. Soolin whw ".m. and II
C.5. ISH lessons for beginners -
construction. On corner pl. of ranfdonao nra II follow1.Wll" ,
lot In Venice Gardens. All forM 3 LOUNGE CHAIRS, davenport and advanced by qualified .n> H. W lrlth, V.l.., Flo.ll'lm I- I ,t
'. twin maple beds, complete teachers. Call 488-1497 1214 -- 1
than ; :
$12,000. Phone 488. 4. Wottrkh V il, Florida.Owotnblp .
1952 after 6. with maple dresser with Mango Ave., Venice. of laid bulnoH .to w fol"i'lllun LARtitft
p.m. lana[ mirror. 9x12 Cabin Craft 10. DISTINCTIVE

NOKOMIS. ATTRACTIVELY rug,-maple platform rocker Money To Loan H.,lm A.R.Wottrich Wottrleb., S0 U%%!.,

furnished large size G.E. refrigerator, It fa our Intontlon to opptr to thtMtrk Real Estate Corner
duplex. 1 and 2 IIGULF II- I
combination heat and of tho Circuit Court I In and for ,
bedroom units Open beam G.E. BUSINESS OR PROPERTY *raaota Coantr. Florida, to mrlatorold
wiling Cove air conditioner. All excellent Loans. Unlimited funds th. namo of "Hlokorr Pin,," nnar >
lighting. Parquet tha prorliloM o( Choptm sonos.
t floors. Many built-in condition and reasonable. Ph. available. Personal appointment _iwa or Florida, Aott of 1M1.
tatures. 488-6209. arranged. S. M., Box WITNESS our handa and Mala tfc.
Distinctive delli,,,,. I' dar of SrptamlMr IM4. I ,
Idea) location, one block from ; 748. WILLIAM H W01TRIOR (....1\) LOTS AND LOTS OP LgJ
I
GAS HEATER
Mwols SAF-AIRE HILKN: A. WOTTRICH (SnllPnbllini ) SHORES
and stores. Owner Sopt. 55. IS. CM. 4. U, 1H4
BTU.Original .
condition 140,000 Wanted Only $1500.00 I
sacrificIng W.OOO new Situations S Lots-South Venice II II II II II ". II ,\

be Tours for $1,000 equity.down, take Can cost $150.00. Will sell 2-Bedroom I Beth Garage, Screen Porch, ElectrIc: Range 3 Lots on Urge Lake .. II II II..II...II . $1250.00 I'

over payments. Call collect for $40. Duo-Therm upright EXPERIENCED MEDICAL and Refrigerator. Close to Beach.: This comfortable homeon 2 Lots-South Venice . . . . . .. .. . $500.00
heater with fan excellent condition SECRETARY desires SWIMMING ;
Sarasota 824-905J part- BO'xISO' Lot for Only Beautiful Lot-Warm Mineral Springs. $800.00
for appointy $30.00. Call 474-2614 after time work. References. Resume I an SO'.IOO' I
after 5 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
week day., all MANY
5:00 Phone 474-
da : pun. on request.
y Saturday and Sunday 1080. POOLSBy $11,000FRANK Jo..plt See.-Ktna Cofco-Brut* TAompion-Assoc/ofei -

MODERN: 2 Bedroom, Itt lid GREEN FIBER RUG, GULF REALTY I : 1
Baths like new. $10. Ph. 488-4674. BOOKKEEPING at home or C. RAEBURN
like n.w. furnished Pliollf' } !
or your office. 23 years experlenee. 216 South I 4
unfurnished. I
80S Cypress Will sacrifice.. QUAKER OIL SPACE HEAT. Write Box S. Laurel. JAMES A. HICKS REALTOR TamUml Trail '488-6733 ,
Beea
Edgswood
IloR.I ER. 50,000 BTU, with auto- 2SI W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-I600-488-2M WM. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker I ", J .
488- WantedCAR Poured Concrete .
matte blower $48. Call Help 1 I

BEDROOMS: Bath .If- 4784 evenings.U J '
Using : r
..COnditioned C.B.: House m HOPS, boys or girls. INTERESTED? 4 j'
.' Met Gardens Phone 488- S. DIVERS AQUA LUNG. Ages 18 years and up part or Simplex Forms r LOTS. . Harbor Drive, \ I""

nl8 week days and before e double hoses, regulator, 8 full time. Dog and Suds.DRIVERSALESMAN. CITY OF VENICE ALHAMBRA ROAD $3560; CadrE, $4445; Nolo- Air Conditioned j I Imis -,. : ; ,'

P.III. Weekendg and after e lb. weight belt. Champion Apply Cell Collect I $3900. 10% down on Central Water and ,. :
vied for Bedroom
could be
-1770.i'8PDROO14. Arboleta spear gun fins and 2 Bedrooms, 2. ath., Den Sanitary Sewer. ;

mask. $123.: Ph. 488-1579.: 1301 So. Venice Inc.. By-Way Sarasota 924.9978 Kitchen: Built-in Stove, Oil Heat, Air Conditioner Swim any. Screened Patio S 2 Bedrt'
HOME near Hoods Dairy sting Pool with Hot and Cold Water. Garage has Electric ,
KERMIT L. I Bath Dwelling\ 4.
Ichugdi, store and play. itirT.: FRIGIDAIRE 438-, 2 FULL OR PART.TIME dance FOR FREE Eye. Large Patio, Terreno Floor Tile Roof Carpeting, Well. For Garden and Yard t '
SOund Phone :
mouth. Ph RaDt or aell only 675 4MT.door aqua $50. teachers needed. Training ESTIMATEBarreff I Drapes, Refrigerator Dishwasher Dryer and Ironer. All MICKLETHWAITREALTOR 541 Shamrock Blvd. J I .

, W.H31. available. Apply 1233 Gulf- Ii for $30,000.00. Owner will carry mortgage- .rm.. TOTAL PRICE $12,700 ,

URGENT.!: MUST SELL Own. FUEL OIL TANKS, stands. stream Ave., Sarasota i I : "f

'ICevine state. Furnished Fuel oil deliveries. S&H MARTIN S. STANCIK RealtorPhone I H. N. WIMMERS I
Or 801 I Lsqune Drive ,
unlurnuKed Green Stamps. Standard REALTOR '
9 bedrooms, 483541)INTERESTED 'I '
.". Borne Venice Gardens. Heating Service. Across from I Approved Ruberold Approved l 48M62I 221 W. Miami 488-5308 ,I:', .

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H. N. Wlmrners Realtor 2 Br. Furn. Dupx. rent yearly..5 75 mo. i '

Member CUmber 04 Commere. -- Lge. Cottage, Se. Porch, .yearly at. . . 4. . .$ 65 mo. I 'I ; '

DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Furn. 3-Rm. Apt. for Wjpter f, $65 mo..yearly.. j ?[

? Heating and Air Conditioning JOHN C. BENNETT V, 'Agent for Western Union Telegraph VvViteerf pastel !list;",. on 2 4 3 I,. homes, onvwfare.. tt' ,

".oflng .( Air Conditioning/ InstallatIons Complete Roofing Contractor Monday thru Friday 9 to'51 Saturday to I HAZEL I. CONN j '

Gag Water "H"'"* CLOSED SUNDAYS
Ranges a COATING '
SPRAY '
KG. SEAL STATE BROKCB GALE R. DUNN" .......'

*.. Fees Estimates" On Tile, Asbestos' and Built Up. Roofs HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TAMIAHr TRAIL NORTH Or ALBEB RD. NOlOlfTS. tLK. a ,'.

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1-1'11. GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla Sun., Oct II, 1964

VHS Jayvees I Nokomis Nettings


Meet Sarasota By MART Telephone ALICE 48(4349 MURRAY


Mrs. Dma McConnahle had ows of Casey Key have returned -
I a dinner party last Saturday home from their tripto
l1 f h'ha Tuesday NightStill night Her cousins across the Amesbury, Mass.. their Iluh fiMSf ir e
,9
ns T w.t4 street, the Irving Conklins, former home. They had good ;,!dtvt{ .,
f Y d seeking their Initial were guests as weU as Mrs weather while in the north f ,
1 victory of the year, the Venice Ruth Bell, Mrs. Anna Eck- and enjoyed every moment of
r High junior varsity foot- lund, Mr. and Mrs. George their stay amongst all their
r ball team will travel to Sar. Hulteman. All enjoyed their relatives and former friends
r asota Tuesday night to meet dinner no end, as Mrs. Mc- In New England as they
the Baby Sailors of Sarasotaat Connahle .Is a past master asa made many trips to various
Ihrig Field in a 7.30; p.m. cook. towns In that picturesquepart r +, > tw, ihds! i iY ,
f encounter.The of the world.o }

Indian jayvees are 0-1-1 I Mrs Agnes Carrlcca and -
j'Lj' Mr and Mrs Ray E. Baxter .
her two daughters Rose and
on the season after losing to i
of Jessica Street Nokomis -
Kathy flew over from Miamito
Rivervlew, 6-0, and playing I
Palmetto to a M tie. I spend the last week end East, are helping Mrs.Baxter's
with the Jack MacEIhaneys sister get settled in
Sarasota is undefeated in and had a grand time as Agnes her retirement home. She will .
three tilts and all wins have had not seen her father be a new resident of Colonial .
been by a big margin. Venice since his birthday visit to Manor Mobile Park and her
has showed a stout defense in them, some months ego sign will read Gladys M. l'
both contest, but has been unable - Cooper. She was in the Accounting
to get an offense going. and Finance Office
Mrs. lima McConnahle Is at Fort George G. Meade, ... .
Probable Venice starters: to to -
making a trip Tampa
Md., as an accounting technician
.(p 9 Ends-Tim Waidelich and visit her son Dwayne Mc and is looking forward SMILE AND SAY CHEEZ . Stan and Vivian Bennett
9 t ,t eI Mike Palmer; tackles-Joel Connahle for a week or so. to her retirement in what she take time out to relax in front of the new home of Tn.
Underwood and Pete Pfeuf- -0- considers an Ideal spot. Venice Camera Shop on Wait Venice Ave. They recently
'er; guards-Harry Clements Mrs Ruth Bell and Urn
The Ray Baxters have also The ihop offer
I purchased the Fraier Building. camera fan
and Jack Thiem center-Bob
; McConnahle spent Sunday
had other visitors this week,
Wightman; quarterback journeying over to Long Boat Mr. Baxter's brother and his lust| about every supply Decenary plus advice. from Stan,
Tom Thompson; halfbacksSam Key and the Outrigger Inn for wife, Mr. and Mrs Kent Baxter an expert In the field.Bennetts .
Morgan and Lorenzo brunch Beautiful weather They retired last March
Davis; fullback-Rusty Stahl. added to their enjoyable day. from years with the Ford
-oDr Motor Co. in Detroit, and Move Camera ShopTo
and Mrs. Earl Baxterof have now settled In Oneco,
Olive Arnell Is River Boulevard, Nokomis

\ HERE ARE MEMBERS of one of the two Linda Surenkamp, Carol Cutler, Susan Capat- East, have returned from PTA Sets
I Osprey
I Raeburn their summer sojourn in Gre- New Avenue Quarters"We're
alternate and Linda Tourney1st
Chenault )
Jane (
School Girls Athletic A ocie.i 10, .
Venice High
4 nell, N. Y., the Thousand Islands
I t tion volleyball team, currently practicingfor Sarty. Other schools participating In the where they have spent Voting ProgramFor L "' _
VHS Day will be Sarasota, Riverview, Round Leader both Just delighted he did was enroll in the Ko.
at Sports
{ > a Sarasota County Sporti Day their summers the past several ;
.
j Precinct 6 ," said Vivian Bennett as dak School In Rochester, N,
t i '. ''I on Oct. 27. From left, front: Cheralyn Seeley, Booker end Cardinal Mooney. Leader after the first roundof years The 'Island on she surveyed the new quaytern Y where he took a compr
I' { back which they live Is serviced by
I Gloria Brown lee end Gloria Santana; : the Raeburn Tournamentat I Residents of County Voting of the Venice Camera henslve course in sales train
Lake Venice Golf Club is the Harry Chalks also of River Precinct ( are invited to attend and technical
Shop The Bennetts have just ing work. He
The Chalks ferry
Masons InstallAt Olive Arnell with a 77. In Boulevard.them back and forth to the the Osprey Elementary purchased the Fraser Building has also attended courses in
: United Appeal Drive Goal second place In the 18-hole School Parent-Teacher Assn.
//1'' mainland and garage their on West Venice Avenue the Chamblee, Ga., Kodak
I Monday at 7:30
division of play Is Em Ron- car for them while they are : meeting : p.m. next door to their previous Southern Sales Headquarter
at the school.The
Special Meet\ mann with an 80, while Char. on the Island When it comes location and are busy arranging which offered an Intensive
1 Is Set At $24,000 lens is third with an 83. to the time, weatherwise, : president of SarasotaCounty the last of the myriad course In camera repair.
of Women
A special called meeting of Hazel McGlynn is the lead. when they have to have at League equipment and camera supplies "To me the most Important
./ A goal of $24001 In the, ing and other miscellaneous Venice Lodge 301, Free and er In the 9-hole division witha least a kitchen ire and heavy Voters of Mrs. Lester Saphler it takes to keep the thing of all was to be able
will
Sarasota,
1965 United Appeal fund drive Other members of the Accepted Masons, Is set for 43. blankets at night, then they present of a area photo-addicts happy to offer people competent instruction
for the South County has budget committee besides Monday at 8 p.m. at Masonic The second round of playin think it time to come downto demonstration machines and on will use explain voting "The important thing," Stan ," he said. "Too

; : ". been announced by Joseph, Ryan are Col. William Grove, Hall.Worshipful the annual tournament for warm Florida for the win. briefly the 13 amendments to added, "is that it's ours, and often people just buy a camera
Ryan, budget: committee David Wilkinson Mrs. John Sanford Smith, members of the Lake Venice ter. We are glad to see them be voted in the Nov. 3 we take a great deal of pridein off of a shelf in a store
on
;r chairman, West, Tom Lawrence, W. C. past-master of the Lodge and Women's Golf Association back. election.All the fact that we can give that doesn't specialize in
r r';, : chairman of the committeeon -o- I the most complete cameras . they don't
:'j Nine South County agencies Johnson, Mrs. Warren Spurge will be held Wednesday. Sarasota County candidates the area receive
t'' will share the money collected W. A. Steele, James Duna- work, will confer the Entered Pro-manager Carl Roh- Our deepest sympathy (goes I have been invited and stock, as weU as a larger any instruction, they
In the drive. They Include way, Rice Miller, Mrs. Sid- Apprentice Degree The mann'i clinic for women to Mrs Alvin Jones of Nokomis will be introduced to the stock than you can find Inmost don't know what they have,
,I'.1 j Red Cross, $6,100; Boy ney Schroder, Mrs S. O Sager lecture will be given by Right drew 15 for the initial session. in the death of her moth. i members and guests. There big city camera shops what it can do or what it
I i. Scouts, $3,000; Children's ; Mrs. Oida Boyd, Mrs. G Worshipful C Allen Pattison, It will continue for the er. She was Mrs J. L. Livingston : will be no political talks or We really carry a very complete can't do . and there is no
.1 I I Home Society, $650; Happiness S. Keeter, John Blair and past-master and past-district next three weeks. of Arcadia and had PTA line of all equipmentand one qualified to tell them"
,I, :, House, $350; Salvation Mrs. Donald Stevenson. deputy grand master of the been In ill health for a year. i President campaign The speeches Rev. Edward supplier"Stan This, Stan pointed out. if
Masonic Dis Mrs. Jones' sister came down .
twenty-fourth
Army, $1,200; Sarasota Wel- I and Vivian, well Important, particularly to the
.
4e
Owens said.A
George Washington supposedly from Newburg, N. Y She is
the Venice beginner who can become
known
fare Home, $5,000; Visiting According to the State trict.Worshipful throughout
was the first customerat Mrs. William Rumsey, who report on the proposed
Nurse Association, $2,990; Board of Conservation, Tallahassee Master GeorgeR. area, came here in 1958 from easily discouraged.
the original mint In Phil. returned to school grading system will be
Newburg yesterday
I Collett Jr. invites all Entered
Gloverville N Y. where both
,
Teen Haven, $2,240. there are more than adelphla. He converted his given by the school principal "Photography is a fascinate
r .; In addition, $471 has been, 600 known varieties of fish in Appentlce Masons Re- silver spoons into half-dimes, -0- after the Introduction of the had been active In civic and ing and gratifying/ hobby for
freshments will be served after
: budgeted for Florida's salt water. social affairs. Stan owned all of
postage, print the now replaced by the nickel. Mr and Mrs. Junlous Mead- candidates. us. We are recording
ceremony. and operated the Bennett events on paper that we can
Boat Co., the oldest boat and relive time and again and the
motor sales service establish most disappointed man In the
i.
i ; HElSER'S I I't E'wood ment in that vicinity. The de- world Is the man whose pictures
Library
Idwt_ cision to come here was didn't turn out right ?
l prompted by the desire fora or often didn't turn out at
t FUEL SERVICE Meeting SlatedENGLEWOODThe warmer, easier climate. all."
There was also the fact that "The biggest problem of

j semiannual though Stan 'wanted to, and an," Stan related, "is that
V Home CommercialCALL meeting of the Intended to, work . but people simply don't take the
Friends of the Libraries 01. KT NOT at anything too time time to read correctly . .
BY 2 P.M. DELIVERY SAME DAYI! T
Englewood will be held at I 8 Y consuming. they buy the wrong film for
I We handle a complete line of above-ground p.m. tomorrow (Monday) at 4 _a.Tteu From garboard strakes, their camera or for their pun
tanks with stands; home and commercial heat the Elsie Quirk Library.A stuffing boxes and shear pinsto pose. If they will just tell mi
I a camera shop may sound what they want . whatthey're
needs the
ing report on past year
like the long around but I
will be and Tom way after or even brine
presented
Call 483-4146 or 488-4959 will actually Stan had always I their cameras (in with them
for McDonough present plans been a photo-addict. He was, . I'd be able to eliminate
I I TV Stamps On All Home Deliveries/; ; activities community for the events coming and as he explained, a "knowl so many unhappy exper

,, edgeable amateur Conse- Iences."
I year. $ 4r quently one of the first things


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C\ SMALL ADS? SARASOTAGOLF TRY

j JUYDO' HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL committee chair retary; S. J. Needleman, carnival chairman; CLUB

I BURNS men began planning In earned this week for Ralph Maier PTA president, and James S. WELL DAILY I GREEN CO flfl

r the 1964 edition of the annual Oct. 30 event Dunaway, school principal. The carnival It FEES Ov.UU

A' at Venice Elementary School. Making preliminary sponsored annually by the Venice Elementary YOU ARE! Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
I :, '1 DEMOCRATIt's plant for this year't gala event are, Parent-Teacher Astn.
South' of Sarasota
from left, Mrt. Robert Mldlam, school see' I ,
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; A Long Road That Never Turns -
MORE PEOPLE ARE

,I'i SARASOTA'S FUTURE IS BRIGHTEST SUBSCRIBING TO AND
READING THE
j II WITH BURNS VENICE GONDOLIER

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I i Ij WHAT HAYDON BURNS WILL DO FOR SARASOTA COUNTY eSTATE


Ha will exert every effort and give the strongest state level support

In assisting the Sarasota County, City officials and Citizensin
It
solving cur many problems of growth and progress. FARM


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j :: SPECIFICALLY HE PLEDGES .
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;I .r.( 1. First priority status on highways and roads-Including bridges 5. INSURANCE)

) I ,'., bridges (such as Stickney Point).
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i' 2. All out assistance on beach erosion (such as Lido Beach).
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1 3. Continued Implementation of John and Mabel Ringling Museumsthe
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:. state's greatest cultural asset and Sarasota's OWN. 1

,, I 4. Close attention and state level help In all conservation mattersof : C

bay bottoms and Inland park areas for preservation of fish r +:. 4p'a'a' ee .e
M
_I game and wild life.

5. Complete co-operation of Development commission In tourism,

home building and light Industry. "The builder put it up. He figure the hilt who did: their wring at home at Sarasota

: } I 6. Concerted attention to the needs of our Senior Citizens. Mercian entitled to a grandstand seat to watch their money at work. ,
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Yes HAYDON BURNS dedicates himself to be YOUR good

Governor Regardless! of Race, Religion or Political Creed. HUGH G. Whether you're) taxing for a SARASOTAesnrlnga \
McPHERSONawn. new car, new home or a tripfo I

Vote Your Best Interest November 3rd / L. .TAIiIAIiI y_ oa.M.Tn TRAIL.. Ingt far dollar away lands at, your Serfitota sew . = rP rn (EE) 5 1Kb? [

VINICa. FLORIDA Mid loan aeoelatlon
... 4IW'" Federal help the local econ

VOTE HAYDON BURNS omy by financing hornet incur

;, 't, ar... Savings tn by DOWNTOWN SOUTH GATE Gul1 GATE VENICE
STATE FARM MUTUAL VIUAI. mar .
i Oct. 12 earn from'Oct.. I. .11I&1111111." allAUlIIICIUIrtI llll& w R 'MiMI!!IAI
fir Pail,. Polltlul, AJv. by ft... $.,..... C*. HAYDON IURNS for $.v.,., ....",rtf.., AUTOMOBILE 'INSURANCE COMPANY
Clay C Sird.iihlft, ....rjinitor) Law.... R...'.,.n, ,- Oiliest; sleemtptee, IIUnm.It ,

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