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 15, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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ServIng the Fattest Growing Area on Florida't Wait Coast' -Osprey, Laurel Nokomis, Venice South Venice Ventc Gardens Venice East Englewood, North Port Charlotte .

- - -At Long Last! : Jt . Bypass, Bridge Work Begins I ;i : I I

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A f Three State Road Depart- 'pass at an angle under the come together farther to the piles for the foundations for bypass and the north and
ment crew moved Into Venice bridge in the Center Road south, on the east side of the the East Venice Avenue south bridges until after next
Tuesday and started workon vicinity. present highway in the vicinity span. The contractor, who is Tuesday's scheduled lettlngs.JT. .
the U. S. 41 bypass and The approaches and the of Shamrock Boulevard to start work on this project F. (Little Joe) Fernandez
the three Inland waterway bridge will be 3,712.8 feet in the main entrance to Venice shortly, has 360 working daysto project engineer, of I I
bridges. length, of which the bridge it- Gardens. complete the job. Tampa is in charge of the .
a J t One bridge team was assigned self will account for 398 feet. The other bridge team wentto The SRD men said no estimate East Venice Avenue Bridge ,
to final engineering I The four-lane by-pass and work Tuesday running on a start or on completion team. His team include I
details on the East Venice the relocated U. S. 41 willircus lines and preparing for test could be given on the (Continued ea page Z)
Avenue Bridge, another to I
the north and south bridgesand
the third a road crew, to

the the bypass north and and south approaches Returns-Dec. i ''I I

The has road let department the $1,090,268 already 1athletic 1

contract to Bay State Dredging
and Construction Co. of
Tampa for the East Venice The circus is coming hometo Madison Square Garden and with seats going at premium
Avenue Span. Contracts for its Venice winter quarterson next summer's fair. prices. The remaining four
the north and south bridgesand Dec. 1. Their three-day trip from performances, on Jan. 9 and
New York uneventful 10, will be at prices ranging
bypass are scheduled for It completes its 94th seasonat was except
letting next Tuesday.The Mobile, Ala., on Nov. 29 for a tire blowout on the from $1.50 to $3.50. ,
ROAD CREW started road crew and one and is scheduled to leave trailer-tractor pulling their After completing an engagement
Tuesday to ground J. F. (Little Joe) Fernandez, project airconditioned .
bridge has as their early next morning for the cage.Reheanats at Charlotte, N. C.,
lines and for tnt for
surveying pillS Hans back to and
engineer; Harvey, camera Initial 823-mile Jump to Venice. to Start tour
assignment staking out Oct 28 on its current
lATE for the East Venice Avenue Jim Garcia both and Gordon
kneeling; Don and running alignment on Gargantua and Toto, the Upon its arrival here the the big show Jumps 433 milesto ,
bridges. Here they are at East Van- behind transit. the south bridge and the relocated big gorillas which have been circus will take a short Montgomery, Ala., for a
i Florida Avenue: Standing, left fore- U. S. 41 approaches. exhibited at the New York breather then go into rehearsals two-day stand, Nov. 34. The
The lower end of the re World's Fair, arrived back for next season, the exact remainder of this season's '
located, two-lane highwaywill last Friday at their new date to be determined later itinerary is as follows: 100
Hold House begin east of the presentU. quarters at the Ringing by Richard Barstow, directorof miles to Birmingham, NOT.
)emos Open S. 41 in Venice Gardens Bros Barnum & Bailey mu- the show's spectacular. 5-8; 722 miles to Kansas City I j
opposite Bill Phillips Ford nicipal airport headquarters.They The show will open its sea Nov. 11-15; 847 miles to Pittsburgh ,
I Co. There it will begin a will spend the winter son for the first time herewith Nov. 18-21; 771 miles r 1
state and county fee Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. the arrangements committee.The :' gradual S curve, of which the here and hit the road again five performances, to Memphis Nov. 24-26; 383 'd! j
IThlrteen candidates shook at Democratic Headquarterson honoree has personally new bridge will be in the approximate when they return to New starting Jan. 8. The first will miles to Mobile, NOv 28-29;
several hundred Maimi Avenue. extended an invitation to all I' center at Center York for an appearance inCOME be a benefit for New College then home. ,
) voters at a cof Only candidate scheduled to I other state and county Demo- Road. The canal, running In

appear who was unable to do cratic candidates. a north-south direction, will -. ,." .- ,-- __ ..__III ..------ -..
so was the incumbent Sarasota -
'Cane-Wise County Tax Collector, i

Miss was called Charlie away Hagerman because who of a Bonds On Athletic Field ,

robs Dig In death in her family.
On hand was Clay Garden- .1 I
hire, Sarasota County chair-
While South County; kept man of the "Burns for Gover \

wary; eye on Hurricane nor" committee, who represented To Be Retired By VAA
beg moving up the Gulf Mayor Haydon Burns. ,
ilerday, sand crabs be. Incumbents present were -
in "encuatln," area State Rep. Jack Hasson, and
riches.I. More than $13,000 in outstanding P. O. Box 128, Venice. can give them an assignmentand
County Commissioner Masel bonds I the entire Jones said surrendering transfer receipt"The
L. persons
(Count) Cornwell ofniwellontheGulf Huston. I
.z remaining Issue-on the Ven- their bonds Friday VAA director further
reporting wki
Other candidates Introduced f' I
crabs had moved to the voters and offices ice High School athletic field night will be given a receipt. noted that provisions to redeem "
will be retired without fan lost bonds also have
some 300 feet from the they are seeking, were: Roy "Or if they; would like to helpus
fare during Friday night'sgame "In bonds
the been made. case
''ieh in front of Ms place Graves and Glen Phelps, pay for new conces-
4 were digging them- county commissioner; Lil- between Venice and sion stand" he added "we (Continued OB page
'Iws In. burn S. Bullington, supervisor 3)t
Alvin P. Jones field I
"I'm not making of Clarence
registration t
any; pre. ; 1
for the Venice Area Activities
tttai whether the action Stokes Sr., county judge; _
i rWe which sold the bondsto
the beach bugs means Henry L. Willlford county e '\ finance construction of 'lf' ;
lie hurricane midst berated prosecutor; Chalmer L. Cooper sj'rmyilPRESIDENTIAL
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\ the football field in 1957, an
and Forrest F. Freeman,
our fornwell
way '
lei, "but this Is the first county school board; Alvin C. ,\:" nounced that a booth field will be ,
set on the to redeem '
\ up
11I1 In my n years here Wilhelm, county hospital POLLEverybody
'eh a thing has happenWeather board; Paul Taylor constable :. the bonds I game
and Robert Becker, time.
Jones said the booth will
Justice of peace.Committeeman
't were host open at 7:30 p.m., manned by It
and hostess, assisted by Miss himself and two other VAA ;
Elaine Tempas and Mesdames directors, S. H. Herron and f I'i
Masel Huston Paul Masel C. Huston.

Taylor, Robert Becker and L *- Bring Your Bonds
High Low Rain Elgin/ Morison. l And he urged bondholders
T. Miss Hagerman will be to "please make an effort to
7 76 59 .05 honoree at a dutch luncheon bring your bonds Friday t
8 86 63 .00 Friday at 12:30: p.m. at Cy. night. Jones said remembering I
T. II 84 66 .00 ro's Venetian Moon. All vote to do this "will save else Is getting into the pod-tat

.10 82 65 .00 ers reservations are invited are and not advance necessary AND GET 'EM-AlvIn P. Jones, director field are redeemed. The 'large sheetsare many officers hours of of work the by Venice unpaid ing business, so here we go. I''

:-Ii 82 67 .04 according to Mrs Gibbs and field chairman of Venice Area lost bond affidavits and the small certificates Area Activities." "
mr.ii 85 69 .00 who is serving with Sam Her. Activities, Inc., displays the documents that are receipts and bond transfer as He added, however that Fill out the coupon below, stick it on a.

Up..13 78 71 .03 ron Jr. and John Shockey on will be Issued to bondholders Friday when signments.Robert persons falling to redeem the postcard or put in an envelope and mail to: I t
RAIN bonds the Venice High School bonds at the game may do so
FOR outstanding on
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by mailing! them to Venice The GONDOLIER Poll \,
Area Activities, Inc., c/o C. 'I < a ,
A. (Chuck) Reiter, Secretary, P. O. Box 746 I
Van Pelt

Lions Launch Venice, Florida I:


Businessman, DiesRobert Sight DriveA not interested so much in who you are, but how. ",

you're thinking.
'9 a vL week-long membership i I' I
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W. Van Pelt, part drive and sight-saving campaign \
We'll the returns
ner with his son in the Sun. was inaugurated today begin publishing on a ,i

shine Press of Venice and by the Venice Lions Club. cumulative basis in next Thursday's GONDO ,
former Missouri editor and Chairman S. H. Herron said
publisher, died here yester canisters for donations to the LIER.
f r day. He was 60. r, ,kt Florida Lions Foundation for
Mr. Van Pelt came to Venice the Blind will be placed by 1'
in March 1962 from Salem the club in prominent locations _ - Clip and Mail - - -- "I "
,{f a Mo. and with his son E. throughout the Venice I , ) I, ,
E. (Ted) Van Pelt took over area. .
ownership and operation of The membership drive and j If I war voting today I would cast my ballot for -I I ; I I :

the Sunshine Press, a commercial I sight-saving campaign will (check one): : 7
printing firm. e continue through next Thurs I

Brief services were scheduled day.Herron said the Florida [ GOLDWATEI ''S..---..- ,I 11 ',
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at 10 a.m. today at the Lions Foundation for the 'I
Rawles Funeral Home in In 1958 I ,
Blind was organized JOHNSON 4
Venice with the Rev. G. M. as a non-profit statewide organization I J' I II
Peery, pastor of the First supported by all I"" 11'
Christian Church of Venice, Florida Lions through one annual Other or Undecided_ I
officiating. fundraising project I ; 'f
Funeral services will be the annual drive and memo '
L f held at the Warfel Funeral bership enrollment.The I I I 'I'II
Home in Salem, Mo. Mr. Van ji chairman also noted
Pelt'i former home The M'I'' I I that since 1958, the foundationhas I I am a Democrat: I !4 Ii "
sonic service will be given.A been able to expand Its
leo native of Louisville, Ky., I ROBERT W. VAN FELTed prevention of blindness pro Republican I ))1
UNTY AND STATE Democratic candit er, Hostess Elaine Tempas, L S. Bullington, Van Pelt was born March 8, gram. "Since 50 per cent of i :
tea .met and talked with South County Hottest Mrs George Gibbs Jr. Paul Taylor 1904, the son of Edwin H. the University of Ken blindness is preventable," '
at.a coffee Tuesday evening it Dem- and Hardy Albury. The coffee was, given byamofaSCounty and Rose Montague Van Pelt. tucky at Lexington for two, said Herron, "prevention of \ Independent_ I II I'
ftatu u the candidatesil. $. Democratic Executive Com After graduating from Du- years, then entered the :our. blindness Is a critical 'area
aN kOdesB'supresentAweree Manual whore he was iviHwi School at the Unl! 'eiCoatin a the services for the blind an I t'i
} pont '
? left to right, mittee. ,.... '_ - - rte" n:1' 1't A I"
"" R Phelps Roy B. Srayes Robert Beck- active In football, he at nd- ( $ ||<4 on page V (Continued!! on page 2)) lir i

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GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thurs.. Oct. 15. 1964 CARD Or THANKJA -
P BondsContinued I I Mel .fc.. .* ...rn ..*. ALLEN
1 Stadium MOMlt
Robert Van Pelt _
I We .. litho J.V. M. y.. ". ..... M !
with ....,., ....rIa 10..... a.lah- COIw. descent
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES .... .n'" ,_do, Ta.r mwf.r"Mf"ro. positrNurtg'
I II formal -
Jones said no ceremony ...
Continued mltteeman chairman of ( from 1) .
( from page I) first page lon r yNthy
.....,. .: .
I is planned at Friday lho..hUula will es e. ;
ity of Missouri where in 1928 the Dent County Chapter USO '
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARYTRADITIONAL he received a B. J. degree! during World War II, advisoron are lost," said Jones "a nlght'l game. "We'll have our ashw.d.Mm.. ells Mel fHn" if Hoer' Horn'l
; I IV While in, school, he was a Selective Service, first notary public will be at the< hands full" he added. "Just ss ThNm. .. En. ..' {....11'.. Phone V'nioe
chairman of Dent County booth to execute a lost bond redeeming the bonds." Mfr < '., .0' .11' I ai' PONCI 01 ;
Let ut ttyla your '."orlt. van Omega Cancer Society Red Cross affidavit" I Asked about the future of

I or ceramlo Into beautiful lamp Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary committeeman and served as 110,000 Redeemed the Venice Area Activities r--

i t. R'//II9/: Rntyltiig advertising fraternity. Disaster Chairman for sew'eral still outstanding -' after the bonds are retired
said bonds
I I, All Lamp K.pam I Following his graduation, ;years;. member of Dent Jones total $13,110 of the Friday night Jones said aJt.q gUM1la 9/oma
there has been talk of organizing
he went to Salem, Mo., to Bounty Tall Festival Board .
;r Work' bv Experienced! Dailgnan end work on the Salem Post a honorary member of the Future original issue of $23,380 Thebonds the group Into a Venice
were sold in $10, $30, .. Venice
1 \ Craftsmen Democratic newspaper. In Farmers of America a HUh Booater Club. 265 Nokomis A"
1929, he and his wife, the past master of Salem Lodge $100 and $500 denominations. Jones said the VAA hal ,
i \ THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. former Camilla Martin of Vo. 229 A.F. tt A.M., and put with $250 retired before the just completed construction, --., -'!
Salem, bought the paper High: Priest of Salem Chapter Sarasota County school board of a new concession stand at, .
! : 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA which he edited and published 115 RAM He also served began Its bond retirement the athletic field. He added .
in 1861. The school -.a.
l program that considerable time and
until 1961 when he sold as an Honorary Colonelon
It and moved to Venice. the staff of Missouri's Gov board has redeemed $10,000 much of the material for the 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291I
to date $5000 in 1961 and
Under the direction of Mr John M. Dalton new refreshment booth was
: MORE PEOPLE ARE READING Van Pelt, the Salem Post developed In Venice. he was a char- another $9,000 in J9G2. donated by Venice area firms
t : AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOUER into one of the out- ter: member of the First Chris- No bonds were retired In an* individuals
landing weekly newspapers lan: Church and served as 1963. This year, however the I FOUND ALL THISA

I in the state, and won many an elder. He also was a board included sufficient :
awards in the better newspaper charter member ot the Noon funds in its 1964-65 budget to CanalContinued of The
of quiet a temfle peace; home of dial
AI r rrr' contests sponsored by Lion's Club of Venice. retire the remaining issue I room \,,
the Missouri Press Assn. where doubtingi cease A.hou of comfort, where hopeIs
I Surviving are his wife, Mr. ( from page 1)
ti I. I YNNN wrr wAiwv 1nN anlV oo nAIMI'/01"MM.wfl..T r IMDIN.On While at Salem, he was active Camllle M. Van Pelt his son Bicycle Rodeo of given; A source of strength to mal earth hiavM..
In civic and county improvements Hans Harvey Plant City,
w wn w. and daughter-in-law, four I
A shrine of worship, a place to prayj found all
AeDtxei HANDY and served Onmany grandchildren, Martin, Edwin Reset SundayThe Jim Garcia and Don Gordon, faIn ,
e b boards including the E., Nanette and Chris both of Tampa. my church today.
e ,I HARDWARE Chamber of Commerce, of sixth annual Sheriff '.J. C. Seagle. project engineer -
1 i aaw'aw"aurw topher all of Venice; a Safety Club Bicycle Rodeo, Is in charge of the other
1 which he was president the
daughter Mrs Nancy Cox rained out halfway; through bridge which Includes Our Services/ Art Available To All JtegoroVan/
state board Chamber of Commerce crew

: President of Salem her their husband William C. and last Sunday has been rescheduled Charles Mobley, party chief; of Financial CfVcvmifanceiLlMCMd
two Allison
Lions Scout daughters this Sunday at the Francis McCoy inspector; l I. Indl... ad florlto'
Club Boy com-
and Catherine, of Klrkwood
Venice High School athletic Price
Bobby Mann, Tommy
1 Mo: a brother Edwin M. field 3 In funeral Business Since 1932
beginning pm i and John McCullers, all of
INCREASE YOUR PLAYTIME Lions Launch Van Pelt' of Waco, Texas, Deputy Sheriff ta C. N (Cap) Fort Myers. They worked on
and an Aunt, Miss I Nell Van
Stevens said the scores of the recently completed Lemon
BY REDUCING YOUR WORKTIME Pelt of Louisville Ky.The youngsters who had completed Bay Bridge at EngleWood

WITH (Continued from Page 1) family requested' thatanyone their riding before the rain and the Albee Road Bridge to
I wishing to make a remembrance fell last Sunday Will be carried Casey Key.
Herron further noted that donation do so to over. The competition is H. W. Pipkin of Tampa is C YRO'SVENETIAN
, ; LUCITE early in 1963, the annual foundation the First Christian Church of open to all South! 'County project engineer in charge of
began making grants
Venice Building Fund or to youngsters from six through the road crew. His crewmen
fl to the North Florida Eye the Cancer Fund. 12 years. are J. H. Sweinhart of Brad-
+ : Bank tot Restoring Sight, enton, party chief D. R.
': 'L ''Inc., founded jointly by the Davidson of Bradenton; Jim MOONOur
Lions Club of North Florida
n, Wallace of Nokomis and O. A.
.. and the University Hospitalat
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t Whtghtsel of Palmetto, road
;, Gainesville, and to the Obituariesdaughters inspector They were assign- Dinner Menu For Oct. 16, 17,18

: : Florida.Lions Eye Bank Dls- ed to the recently completed'ourlanlng
: trctt 35 A at Miami '
The eye bank at GainesvilleIs I LEONARD D. WILLIAMS Mrs. John J Higgins Venice of U. S. 41 northof FRIDAY

:" operated at the J. Hillis Leonard D. Williams, 70, of of Tampa and Mrs The SDR men will stay in Broiled Salmon Steal w/butter sauce . ., $250SATURDAY'
Richard Hayton of Burlington
Miller Health Center In -
con.junclon Olive Court, Nokomis died the Venice until
r area projects -
with the Division of Vt., and a sister, Mrs
Sunday at Venice Hospital. are completed
,, Ophthalmology of the College Nora Hepler of Washington, many
He months hence. Their
was native of
a Pough-
\ I of Medicine at the Un Ivers- Pa Pineapple Chicken w/cornbread drawing . .
I } teepsie, N. Y. and came to Ions will be under supervls- 52.65
;, Florida The Miami Services were held here : IOn of the
I"" fstrft: this area in 1959 from Terre Sarasota road department
eye bank was established Tuesday at Rawles Funeral aub office
\ Haute, Ind. of whichJ SUNDAY
, ," I ', I II by Florida Lions of Mr. Williams was a machinist Chapel with The Rev. Rich- R. Pinion Is resident engi
i that district and operates in for ard R. Lloyd of First Baptist veer Choice Off

conjunction with the Bascom- Machine Co Burroughs for 20 years Adding and Church of Venice officiating Fresh Cantaloupe Fresh Grapefruit Juice

: Palmer Eye Institute a part was retired in 1958 Burial was in Sarasota Me- An hour of farm work now Minestrone Soup Turkey Soup wince!
of the of Miami
1 iii'/ College University of Medicine. He was a member of Farm morial Park. produces twice as much yieldas Cyro's Famous Relish Tray
in 1950 and three times
225 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICf Hundreds of blind Florida era Chapel Community much as ENTREES:
as In 1940, according to
.1 I citizens, Herron said, have Church in Terre Haute. He. ESLEY CHARLES the U. S. Department of Agri ROAST TURKEY w/draiung, cranberry sauce
f I had their sight fully restoredor was president of Venice Shuffleboard DOREMUS culture. CYRO'S FAMOUS RIB-EYE FILLET STEAKwfresh
I substantially improved Club for two years
1 ; through the two eye banks by member of Senior Citizens Esley Charles Doremus of sauce

For Miles Around operations to replace damaged Club All States Club and 358 Tihami Road, Venice Gardens CHOICE OF VEGETABLES
corneas. WWI Veterans, Barracks 764. died Friday at his O)) }J $2.95ALL
I Survivors Include his widow, home.
DINNERS INCLUDE: Soup, Baled Pofatoe or French
,1 l l :' Families residing in surrounding communities Mrs. Grace Mrs. J. Williams; ashier He was a native of Boon- Fries, Vegetable de |lour, Salad, Hot Rolls, Beverage,
Simpson ton Township, N. J and
r Z4l and rural areas rely on Rawles came Dessert
I t'I'I 'I Funeral Home when the need .ri.... They Poughkeepsie niece N. Y: and a to Venice in 1960 from Boon- A MINUTE CONSIDER- roe
and nephew, Mrs. Helen
,: have found our service to be reliable Montalto and ton A HOME OUR DAILY SPECIAL MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
t s Lester He was with PrudentialLife
t I and complete. Simpson Jr, both of Poughteepsie. Insurance Co. of Newark WITH( JUST CYRO'S FAMOUS PRIME RIB STEAK

N J. for 48 year and ONESHOWER with froth mushroom sauce
I NEW SHOWER HEAD Funeral services were held was retired from tile company $2.65 .., '- "*'

or BalAing Luxury Monday at Rawles Funeral In 1943. He was exam. IN IT TWO

.. Home Chapel with The Rev. Iner of accounts the first half VISIT YE OLDE POOL HAUL ;.. 7 TABLE$

::4::::; komis John L.Methodist Jones of Venlce-No- of his career and for the last See the fun thru the magio.window f
Church officiating 20 years was a company underwriter. ..:
4./ Burial will be In BOWLING l 16 LANES

i i >'J' Roselawn Memorial Park in Mr. Doremus was a regimental e .....r.owA, r Come as you. a'rel!
& Terre Haute.
WrfcrJ' sergeant major during .
'1 JUST WWI He was a member GYRO'S BACKSTAGE

Push/ TIrE CABLE I. RIDENOCB of 'the Sportsman's Club of Open Wad, FrI. and Sat
IUTTONTO Boonton Township was on :
I 96 W. DEARaCRH AVENUe ENGLEWOOD CLEAN 'Cable J. ftidenour. 79, a 27- the Township's Board of Ad' US 41, 4 Ml. S. 'of Venice Ph. 48MNS
I 1/Aede419FOSm. year resident of Venice who justment and was former secretary _....._ ..." ,.1

I eF1NEo9mnlull moved to Llncolndale, N. Y. of Rockaway Valley
: ,'t Babe's Plumbing Co a year ago died Oct. 8 in (N. J.) Methodist Church in
1 : 7
488.2402 488-S282 He was a resident of Florida Survivors Include his widow, :
FUNERAL HOMEI for 47 years, having come Mrs. Ethel L. Doremus; s Of.v I)

l I Radio Equipped Trucks to this area from Bradenton. brother Deward Doremus of ( I ) "
His birthplace was in Union- Boonton, and sister Mrs.
I a ,
P. O. Box 454 Nolomis
town Pa. Ethel Baker of NokomIs. )

Mr. Ridenour was a meat- Services were held Tuesday Pnf1J Millions Floridians@II
1 1l cutter for Bowden's IGA at Rawles Funeral Home Q>
Store here and formerly wasa Chapel with Dr.* E. Robert

timekeeper for Pennsylvania Chable of Venice United say. .. o
'ii l Railroad In Altoona, Pa. Church of Christ officiating ffi I '
if He Is survived by a IOn Interment was In Gulf Pines and
.,;. >; Cable Jr. of Llncolndale; two Memorial Park.SENIORITY o you'll agree: (jJoi
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,! FUTURE BENEFITS there' No Matcfor a flarneess(

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''I A The Influence and power of an Individual Senatorare NO FLUES-
largely determined by the SENIORITY he has \ vs NO VENTS NEEDED
eJ e I attained. Without adequate seniority he has little )c; 'Lot*. of hot water Inc

ground to hope for assignment to Important hurry. . aDd precious

;. committees. Without seniority his influence in peace of mind, tool
\' ; the Senate 1 Is greatly limited. &I 1M MIll madula III your
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I WHEN YOU MHANCI your new home with us,you'll find appliance dmla".'pltpmbiagerr

) i many features built right Into your loan which make Holland Ranks 12thIn elestricaf canto fL'

I life more livable. u'i's .

4' One of these is the open-end feature which enable 't
the order of Seniority In the Democratic membership *
you to re-borrow a substantial portion of your loan ,. of the Senate. His Influence, experienceand

for any worthwhile purpose in the future. ." powerful voice have gained him membershipon

Get the loan you'll like for that home you like.. the powerful Committees of Appropriations, Nowehiipirtfiinivirls ra
visit us today! Agriculture and Forestry, and Aeronautical and
j Space Sciences, all of which are of particular Go ALL-ELECTRIC
Importance to Florida and to you as one of its ,
citizens ..thee touts It In comblniUoi n

with flsini.type furls .

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The recent $10 mutton! "
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w dlvraa reduction (fourth major "

price cut in 10 yean) makes

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AND PRIZE WINNERS In the Fire Pre. we Judged fiat !in the Junior high division. ( AVeMNAaousu I, I I
.Hon Week potter contest conducted at Etch: received a large trophy, while all class : tuvssiI New inferior paint n ; I

mon Bay School were Darlene Crepes and winners were awarded a silver dollar. The ..- quick-dry, washable/ : I
,\\t Smith Darlene, art Englewood fourth. school was presented an achievement banner -iI I '
tiir, was the elementary group winner, for its ISO entries in the contest. ENGLEWOOD FIRE PREVENTION WEEK produced a triple WTG VINYL' \ l'
il. Grove City'i Mile, seventh-grader, winner !In the poster contest held at Englewood Elementary
School. Three boys collaborated on a cutaway display 45.PC. DECORATED MELMAC SETS LATEX PAINT Ii ,t
iy CHARLES A. KOCH while Tim Is a third grade hue reached a point of Improvement
depicting a hotel following fire prevention
proper procedural
\GLEWOOD Fire Pre- student whereby its fiie- LOOK LIKE CHINA..4 DESIGNS I
afford Mike Jones nine.year old fourth grader, Is shown '
'on Week ,ave the Englt- At Lemon Bay School a fighting potential may with the exhibit His two assistants were Tim Daniels, ..ight.y .
Fire poster by Darlene Crapes Englewood a reduction in insurance I 9.99' (
3 d,t Volunteer in opportunity Departit to dn- was judged, best in the ele- rates 'old third-grader, and fourth.grader Chris DiGiovanni, Sale
i and demonstrate !its mentary classes Mike Smith This can be accomplishedif nln.. Sale 12.7REG.
pment to area residents. took first In the junior high the Florida Board of Fire GAL. ,
division Darlene is fourth. Underwriters Englewood
hi organization fire a promotes
REG. 299
i ki and emergency ve- !grader fnm Englewood while from an Insurance 16.99
N were available for In. Mike In the seventh grade, rating of Class Mine protection DAVIS VINYL CRETE fast]
lives in Grove City to Class Eight. Only one :asy-to goes on
ition In addition, rescue NO MONEY DOWN?.1.2.5 wetkl> brush
and with roller ]
Grand awards obstacle bars this ad. evenly or
prize major
pment smoke -ejection were Let at iproy your residence or commercial building with '
hues and communlca tare trophies, wh'.e each vance at the present time a DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING. Such beautiful patterns! 8 each: decorated dinner Keeps its bright, fresh finish] I
units were on display for class winner received a silver It Is the procurement of an and salad plates, solid color cups, saucers coups, for yean. Choose from whiteplus ',
general public dollar Over 1)0) potters additional 500 feet of fire EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO 1 platter, 1 vegetable, creamer, covered sugar 8 luxurious decorator col., ;
jmeroui school posters, were judge nt Lemon Bay hose ors .
11 fire prevention theme School. Ao'>:oprla'e: b.u'ne!'s Acquirement of the hose JOB TOO SMALL e
e viewed by visitors dur- were pr".1t".1" 1 to each .cl o d l would result In drastic reduction W* offer Me lame nrrWacfory service at we did i white' In
the open house. The post. for their *:01':1:t 'ipitioi! In Englewood insurance the roofing business
were the work of Students Concluding the day's activi rates as shown in the
ties at the fire house was a LESTER DAVIS OWNERP. ,
Englewood ElementaryLemon following sample comparison r 1 1r 1
Bay School.. demonstration by firemen in : tt;"" [
O Box 333 Nokomis Ph. 488-4174 ;
methods of extinguishing FULLY GUARANTEED j
'men at Englewood! Ele- / / Old Class 9 Protection ,
terry were Mike Jones, raging oil and gasoline fire. Amount Masonry Frame r
i Daniels and Chris Di. Volunteer firefighters in full $ 8.000 $ 8.03 $ 34.49 r GRANT MAID I
\runt!, who together pro- regalia, smothered the blazing 10000 11.34 6000 1 TABLE APPLIANCES .:
ed a three-dimensional inferno in seconds A 13 000 14.64 85.52 f
ay of firefightin measi pumper truck supplied waterat 20000 1795 11103 MY 25 POINT .
[ in a hotel. Mike and 850 pounds-per-square-inch New Class S Protection AerwMry.r.nM' Sale 7.97 TERRIFIC BUY J d
to high hoses
II are fourth-graders pressure Amount Masonry Frame t
which through a special nozzle $ B,000 $ 7.08 $17.01 3Y' REG. 9.99 ENGLISHSIYLE3SPEED
emitted a fog-like mist. 10,000 9 92 25.91 PLATFORM !
*$* In addition to speedily extinguishing 15,000 12,72 34.02 > a Steam-Dry Iron
/ flames, the watery 20.000 13.59 42.52 4 a e Automatic Toaster
tfitfr Prpbj lnil cloud acts as a coolant in Above rates are applicableto L e Portable MixerAutomatic RACER WITH
lowering superheated .temperatures property within three miles .? I e Percolator HAND BRAKES
in burning buildings of the fire house and within GOP For CountyC i a 5VJ qt Cooker-fryer I

1,000 feet of a hydrant. ate., a 12-inch Skillet
Fire Prevention Week has A number of Englewood C
,ffjej>fiirie also served as an appropriate businessmen have already .,
time for the Englewood contributed an amount equalto A r 0 Sale 39.91 I
Fire Department to call attention the savings effected by the N M ,
r to its need for add it- first year's reduction a"I NO MONEY DOWN...
I irnal Due to the D MI
equinment A campaign/ of Buy a Footof 1.23 w..klyLiehtweight.
untiring efforts of the fire de. Fire Hose for $1.50" is expected I I ID
partment, and its boar: of to help boost the drive NEW-DESIGN ,rigid, dependable 'r
directors the organization over the top S POLE LAMPS ._ speed gears \
A S Sale for all riding conditions! i t

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HAYDON BURNSWillirnprove I24L14"I .1.1t

0E Rag. 14.88 and 17.88

A. Colonial-look, with
rested glass chime ;, ,I
neys. Beg 14.88B ,

Sarasota County'sAccess Modern-white plusticahadee.Walnutno I
Leslie C. Miller ., e 1 6
mar table. Reg. 17.88. l I' It

#10 Work to Prevent favonttm to Individuals, groups, FOR WOMEN ,
or organizations at the eipenie of otheri Just at w
Grants-own WTG
+ deserving 1
problem thru CLOSER COOPERATION with TWIll WORK v t Sale 1.58Suppleyetdurableupperi I
local media

+ # 12 Work newt to PROCURE materials necessary to County PANTS AND SHIRTS ate.f.e4 :

: services UNDER SEALED BID from sources best II
able to supply/ from economically convenient locations ANY 2 'or $5 ,
with fluffy cotton plush
__ llf.1. SHOT 0 Iff.1.II MHT1 "ollar Size a 9 to 3.5 f o 10. :
#13 Work for detailed Information from a central I {1
V agency ON ALL SUBJECTS coming before the Tailored for comfort reinforced o \ U t r CHARGEIT'NO t :
Commission decisions and for wear. Machine M "
County Involving en- 'I
penditures. washable,vat-dyed
colors. Pants: 29-42 If \4 30 DAYS OR '
'r #14 Work to BUILD STICKNEY ROAD BRIDGE at Shirt: 14H.17. ,gko, L' I d , I I'


t #/15 WORK FOR ENHANCEMENT of Sarasota Coun. aleellM ai "tm".vreed : ; i '; '

ry1 fyI ty't NATURAL BEAUTY AND CHARM at every Grants-own: Pennleigh '. : ''i I ,

opportunity ;
#,/16 Work for PRACTICAL ZONING LAWS and for 't, +

LONG TERM Community plarminr nm! AND DOUBLE-BACK BRIEFS , i; r t "

costs FAIR to the taxpayers and property owners 'j 7t
Involved. I I''
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(Continued on Thursday, Oct. 22))

T.shirts have nylon reinforced collar i;
i ,g keeps shape after many washings 36-46. u s'' ..a,,
T. Brief give comfortable support 80 to 40. t'1' i

of limited access high. .. M Sanforized Undershorts u "'
HAYDON BURNS Knows the importance
Cotton broadcloth, full cut. 36-44. i '
Ways .to Sarasota County and th, Wilt Coast of Florida end Leslie C.MILLER REG. 690 pro s 11 ''I U

SALE 2 $1 t t4.. '
will do everything IB hii power, at the Governor of the Stateof prs. --' li

Honda this area with the vast benefits. to be dV .
to provide
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OPEN MON. Thru FRI. 9:30 to 9 SATURDAY 9 to 7 I'
'11iI MAYDa" IUIIN8 fee eaveniee 1 Paid for by Leslie C. Miller Campaign Fund,
poIlUOI' aev; 1111 IN aararara ere ....... ...... ;r
Clay" eardanhirw .....', L. Aebinan T. Be. Jenkins Deputy Treasurer, Englewood RIALTO SHOPPING CENTFP c cA ct

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::1 F & P Peaches 4 ??? S1.
Swift'l Premium Assorted Flaron
Ice Cream half 69c Flavorful F&P Brand
gal. ockf ail 5 #303 $1
Flavorful Chickin-Noodl Fruit C coni .
Heinz Soup 4 :r I. 66 F&P Bartlett

Popular, Virtatilo MuihroomHeinz Halves 3 S1.
Pear S
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t Van Camp'i Dtlicioui F&P Cream Style
Pork & Beans M'! 27 C n Corn 7 #303 $1.

( Bring Your Coupon*! Libby'i F&P Tender Green

; / i' Sloppy Joes. ."Sr-59: < Sweet Peas 6 #cans 303 $1.

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Green Beans 6 #cans 303 $1.

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t Libby's Pineapple-Grapefruit

; .1 Mellowcreme Pumpkins . ':'fcr: 29c Fruit Drink . 5 quart cansLibby's $1.

Assorted Mellowcremes . 12OO.., 7CM Rich'n RefreshingTomato PRICES EFFECTIVE

.i Peanut Butter Kisses . . b-..f i. OQ J7C Juice 4 46-o $1 THURS., FRI., SAT.,
cans OCTOBER 15, 16, 17, 19641.jtj !.
Bag of 51 Party Paks . . . ':&.. 49c Plain or $. R. (limit 1 please)

.jtj'., Bags ((5c) of Candy Corn 20-pk b.(. 7Q/7C20pk Gold Medal Flour 5-lb.bag 39c .

Bags ((5c) of Indian Corn . 70Mf / CVM Lykes Family Size Canned NSWs7TCookies.l4ir49'iPengulrTCookies !

, ;J ''I Trick or Treat Satchel . . : 79c Beef Stew . 3 24-0 cans%. $1 ,'&:;: 49'IS

/' I Bag of I 101 I Candy Treats . tV 79c Lykes Delicious Canned Corned Knlfi IOCS Pyr*
Beef Hash. 4 #300 $1 Corn Oil . . . . . . . : 49'
II) II Cin'mon Hit Stuff ((5c Bags) '&" 79cI0.k'79c . canl .mnty Iran4 Dilklwit.
I I Duncan Mines Asst'd. Layer ISVZ.OI. 35'Aimwr't
Chili with Beans .
Peanut Butter Huck Finns cona
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( ,Lemon-Suprtme,Whit,. Yellow,Swin-ChoeolaU and Devili-Food) Ammonia ., bot.
CONFIDENCE . WHEN YOU delicious knorr soups gerbers assorted nestle's maggi SUPEROSE
BUY THE FINE FOODS PACKED ass't. international flavors strained baby foods bouillon cubes sweetener

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Firm Hcyn AppU, Ftacli or Chtrry Evirythlni Tuln Befttr with' Blm lamwt.
Fruit Pies. . 32:.;:=' $1. Margarine . lLk29c, IS APLEASURE I '

....h.Io".'. D.Uclem, Hialthful PORK -. '
Hollow.y Haw luhr Stglf.J
Bell Peppers ViT: : 59c Tasty Yogurt :;: 29c I IOOO fReli IOO 1

Chvit. KI".' Swttt .d.. Sour Pork Pllhbvry'i Biscuits. .(. .M.IM*?.".". I9cKroff'l SALE I;; SECRET Jft( Green..ON'DEODORANT. Stamps' ;; ,'I ':,

Chun 1 King, . . lPko'. 69c I
Ziily Pl.vn4 extra Ig* $1 4- lox l
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Cheddar 49cWlitoniln
Southland Quick Fr uBlackeye Sharp Pkt. QOOOOOOooooooooooo ,
Peas 'fc". 39c /
Chin Bir TrMt SSe :
With AlmondSIrd1, Ey. Fronch-Cur M'nster Cheese K,. 69c g-i-dances . Ib !50mlp, lfEA 50

Green Deans . ft;: 39c eeee "0"..........'e Pork Pienies lb. 29 I J"I/ Green Ylr Ail we .stamps./rduN Ik ; '\
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Mn ,..1', F milr Pock tried LIQUID PRILL SHAMPOO
Fish Fillets H. '14.PM'N.' 59c G KB 00 KS rnlrw Itrgt....List. cwt 90c a7 all4l
VOLUME NO.5 Pork Roast (BtIteBrttl) 1 lb.39c ra 000000000000000000 8 '
Mr Froily Quick Froion Irtoded :

Stuf'd Flounder ';?;: 59cSnglilont only 39 Pork Steaks lb. 4ge 50 FR EE 7\OSO\
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Quick Froit I" ZDIIND RM' >r- I J"'"/( Green....'._.4.Stamps.'.._... ; IBread'd I .
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Pork Hocks . lb.29c :
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a), k'. Mosttrs Brand DeliciousCottage 29 $1.49
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Strife'. rVeenlim, Quick '..... True-Tender. SIktd m ,. OO 5Of ,4 !I

: .;. / Beef Liver. . lit. 49c ro( Oraen........_.4..1 Stamps, ; f
Y TamoVi Flayorful FrethSliced t Mb. pkg.
at, Bologna 'Ik; "' 45c [300QQ2 'o 1.4 Oak iQ2'a''mE] I'! I t'

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Tarnow's Chunk Style! 50 FREE'UVVs i' :
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Braunschweige 45c m Green Stamps- '(,' {
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"Nahonol,' AppU Swift's Premium Sliced SpicedLuncheon ...8-01. .pkg. 55c.
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Red Wftk"Delicioui. . feoturin.' Meat '10kOS. 49 e oooooooooovvoooooo : 'I"! ':';, i

Golden DdiciouiorMclntoih. : .
Herman's 0. B. Cooked or Baked (+ 50 stamps) 50 v EXTRA FREE O SO .

5. n Sliced Ham. . ft:: 69c I J" Green NAtuww.lwrdaa.k i l Stamps() ; I.,;; .,
IJIi iIJ: II1iJ1 HERMAN 0.'. COOKID ORhoiee .
Cook'Quik Delicious Cubed or ( 50 stomps) 6-01. pkg. 69e_. ''r' I
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Genuine 1_ o Idaho tcite Baking 5 O 0 . mes0.16.g79c 1 B# JJ [I(,B TAMPA, PLANT CITY, 591fO I tOW f Green wl.h ill E.t.l1fO,i uti:|,M mi Samp9. fa,eh...50." '\

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shaker salt food b
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niblets corn mexi-corn cream corn asparagus TO LIMIT'fQf
green Peas + I '. 25' 3 tM 49' QUANTITIES ,
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j( THE PEOPLE I: "Let's Plant A, Garden"By r


Last week in article five European Myrtle Texas Sage usually loses Its leaves W... I

$ I Ia -- we promised to discuss hardy and so on. These are shrubs. time the location of a par' 8D
t I j NII semi-hardy and tender The hardy shade trees are tlcular tree or shrub detello
a mine how well
To The Editor: member At this same meeting plants which can be grownin fewer In numbers and varie cold It <<
a motion was made and this area. This will take ties. The silk oak is consid- weather. In proS
II I We the opportunity of area those
take but in the 1962 wS
ered hardy
carried for you and five oth several weeks to completeand
man or Tea ASSOCIATED: FRMa *. I mmn or rn FLORIDA fHiaa ASSOCIATION National Newspaper Week tCJ, ers to represent the body then we cannot name all freeze it lost Its leaves and er elevations wmwttnstX<<
h ..y it\ thank once again and kill lower temperatures
you trees were
; concerning the budget Did of them. However, we will the :vounger
TI>e A..i.M r- r .._ N.U.d M ss rN ,.pblr.n..5 .n .... ._ a.dIW rt most sincerely for the great you, Mr. Meyer try to contact start with the hardier plants ed. The China berry Magnolia For hardy hedge plants
t P e I'' e N __ _,.... 110 11I10 ...-. i.4 .... real ..bllobld MM". .U ",rbr ed nwbl strat service that you have render. the commissioner for a most of Grandiflora Water Viburnum odoratlss the
and cover
Y \ 01 ._1aI .__ ... aloe r".n.Lt ed the Boy Scout Movement gradually hllllh
t f. 1'100 .w 'Id rss ds.trta. .r.i.t ed scar '_ r .errsbtd W lie ........_ r through -, conference on the budget? them. oak and live oak to name e Llgustrum Vitex and 'l'exq
4 _..... .. locally your generous solid and Sage art the fastest t
w..r web kr vrttuc ere.Iw I believe that when we are Llgustrum ( green few.Shortly crow.
i contribution of apace. satisfied with prevailing varieated). Hawthorn known after the 1962 freezewe ers. The moat common
iy not
t tve. .. Ileaa Hiuil. ATMHMA .
I hbll.Mot aid Ttamtar
y of varlous discovered shade tree of these
Your publicizing our a shrubs
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0 conditions should try to also as Raphllolepsls the
r rat..d. < rend CI.II..... At Port Offle 41 v..... Florid we
? activities has been instrumental better them. If we cannot t Japon- called Piotadenla peregrins cushion scale: Often ire dl* I

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher In bringing countless come up with a constructive I lea, Arbovites which withstood 10 degrees cover this seal when
additional boys into Scouting ands temperatures and remained area of the leaves u/2
( : \ COURTNEY WILLIS ................. ................... Advertising Manager for its fun skills, and character conditions substitute, then as gracefully we accept the as i (green 01 d e n tip), green and healthy. It is the covered with a begin jL?.

: SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto EditorS training.We we can, at least until something ,| Plttospo rum fastest growin shade tree stance like soot Upon furS,,

\, :1 ROGER KILBT................................... Mechanical Superintendent are most grateful and better is offered. (green and we have seen. They have feet actually examination we find *
hope that we may continue to As you say, Mr. Meyer val' 1 gated), grown to be twenty *w ''Particle, like cottoTd..
I merit interest and malicious untruths helps no Podoca r p u l in heleht in less than one posited underneath the !
v i leant
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Si,29 $3,29 six months. $2.79 I
I county per rear. I support. (maki and na- year. It holds Its leaves nil and along the stems Il
I per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county. $8,29 per year. 14.29 May yours be a happy and one.I hope the above will enlighten gal), Vitex winter and grows well in branches. An oil spray IIIiI
per six months. $3 per three months. successful celebration of the our neighbors somewhat ( and either sweet or acid soils. It plied according to aP
..t Atorttouw. RwM>t..l_l now FraB SwrtMu G.t.*.rllk. Slat. AmMfatt NimpWOT Rtnwnutirah *.J Week. and they realize that our wroated) has small white puff ball will usually kill this *cah2 i
N... York N T. AU..... C.. tMraft. Hick.M Is
t I | flowers and the foliage though
0 of more than ,
I FRED L. TREAT trouble here is a' clash Mrs Summers known; also i>s one applIcation )
: Scout Executive personalities and a reach for the lavender plant because itsromt feathery similar to the Jacaranda mar be necessary h
Sarasota. and Ear trees. The order to destrav it. The
I h final's' to lavender, first
power.DEAN R. ROEDER, Tollv East Polka Pornud, Ear tree is also a fast grower application kills the Sve
. 11 ; Election SecondGuessingAn To The Editor: North Port Charlotte.To Burfordl), Pywant'e wash and is considered hardy. scale but when the
when the hatch
However temperature out it will take anwhU
berries Korean
red and
With all the adverse public orange!
r I editor acquaintance of ours worked supported by his paper. ity North Port Charlotte has The Editor; and Jaoanese boxwood. dips below 25 degrees it festation.application to destroy this li i

received the past few weeks With all the talk about o
I : out t sur.-fir. formula for hit day-after-: "The Hard and Perilous Road Ahead"Is I am concerned about what teenage delinquency I The Podoearpus usually! ;h
I election editorial writing chore. the way he captioned the on. to be our neighboring communitiesmust thought it would be appropriate "The Open used for specimen plantings
I used in case his candidate got beat.In think about us. I feel to print this poem titled on the corner of homes and
e His Is an afternoon d.ily with circulation sure most of them are thinking "Don't Blame the Children" along blank walls. It t too,
going Into parts of three states. this year's presidential election hit people, and they realize composed by the Kiwanis A SaluteToE.R.'sBy makes a beautiful hedge or
paper is supporting Barry Goldwater.If that they are receiving just sponsored Leavenworth Kan. screen but because of 'h.
I There are several editions, the first of price which is higher
one side of the story. Being Club than
the majority of the big-time pollster Key : received
{ which rolls In the early morning. concerned this prompts me to We read in the papers and KAY LANIUS'"E. ness have been many other hedge! plants, it U
Ire to be believed, It. could start now grateful patients. seldom used other
give just a part of the other than In
hear on the air' of killing R. initials accom
To mat all editions with his afterlection Is true that numerous specimen plantings
to composing his "Hard end Perilous side of the story. and stealing and crimes modations in any hospital It Til
think piece; it would be necessary Mr. Meyer in his letter pub. when re volunteers, especially chair same I ill true of the Pyrocan...
t j Road" torn and forget the "Judic.Triumphs" everywhere.We where patients go
tha. It is often
licized in The GONDOLIER, men of the auxiliary eeryices used for Esp.,
for wait around the office attention
him to sigh and we say as we quiring immediate
o bit. Thursday Oct. 8, stated 95 have at some time in llerwork on fences or ban
I 'J most of the night for conclusive returns. But the polls have been known to be per cent of the people in "This notice the trend generation, oh, It only that makes Hospital sense Auxiliary' therefore their lives been paid for work walls. We use the small plan
North Port Charlotte wanteda young now of- tic discs (or wall ties
that they
to )
To solve the he'd sit down the similar and
problem, will end? meet
wrong. For instance the clobbering they good community. I believe where it JVolunfeers, who can wouldbe fer the hospital. For Instance fasten the branches to the
t on election day even before they darted took In 1948 when Harry S. Truman defeated him to be about right. We urgency of a situation one was for fifteen years a wall which makes various
I f counting the votes, and writ two edi Thomas E. Dewey.So came down here to grow old But can we be sure it's their given priority in the licensed practical nurse and patterns of design Bv purl
i t gracefully and have a lot of fault alone that maybe a Emergency Room. cardiac technician others ing the branches in the winter .
\ I i t' torials. it might be well for him to do the fun doing it. What about the part of it isn't our own? This month wo are wishing telephone operators, private months before the flowers

I l t "Justice Triumphs" is the title he usual this time and prepare two think other five per cent? You Are we less guilty who placeIn 16 Emergency Room volunteers and secretaries doctor' assistants appear we can make lovely)

would the editorial to be the other for guessed it. They are the ones their way. Happy Birthday hotel managers, etc. patterns on a wall or fence
i \\,11, t give published pieces, one pro, con, use causing' all our troubles. How. Too many things that lead congratulations on the 2,000 ,such duties weren't all with this plant. By clipping
} But
n :f { In case of I victory by the candidate nest Nov. 4. ever, they are not entirely to them astray? hours they have been on administrative or coordinating the new growth as it appears,
blame. They are being mis Too much money to spend duty in Venice Hospital since from a high pinnacle the branches retain the cluster. \
I led by distorted facts and half too much idle time October 1963, when the service of berries for vivid color
I : Jill Food Prices And Your Income truths. Too many movies of passionand was systematized. With the opening of the from October through the
In Decem-
For Instance Mr. Meyer crime Responsible representative new hospital wing winter months. This plant Is
"' \ : president of North Port Charlotte Too many books not fit to be in my opinion best describes ber dozens of additional volunteers also subject to cotton cuahion

Ask what has happened to food consumption of what are' called convenience ' Civic Assn., Inc., denies read the effective member of the are needed. To be an Male so watch for it.
anyone active member must be
activating I a picketing com Too much evil in what they Emergency Room corps. In one Next week in article
prices during the last decade and you'll foods-thot. which demand I min mittee.. To refresh his memory hear said her hands rests the welfareof credited with fifty hours volunteer we will talk about semi-hard seven*

/ b* told that they.. gone up-just at imum of time and work on the part of I suggest he read article Too many children encouraged human life. Her mind must duty each year. A trees and shrubs
have the the housewife. printed in St Petersburg to roam be objective and analytical.She fairly recent ruling 1 I. that .
of practically everything They expensive to .
prices are
1 I t prepare hours #
sixteen of those
I: Times 829-83, or article in By too many parents who is responsible for a pro- only
,l i'j' .Is*. for market largely because: of the Charlotte News, Sept. 9, 1963 won't stay home. cedure that must not be alt- are required to earn the H. for an
But there's much more to the food price labor involved. That makes it all the and read the minutes of the ered. It reads like this: Im- A. V. insignia.
'I North Port Charlotte Civic Now kids don't make the arrival of a The organization provide enjoyableGOF[
r story than that. Her, for instance, Is more remarkable that the average family upon
Assn. for September 1963. movies patient the nurse on call is a road of development. Each day of
t 1'Jt f what I bulletin Issued by a chain tore which eats a better and mora varied Another instance a motion And they don't write the notified. To the best of her new members has a short _

I organization says: "In 1963 each person diet than ever before, spends less of its was made and carried, requesting books ability the volunteer makes period of training and supervision TRY

'; spent for food 16.3 per cent of his (be- income on food. residents of North That paint gay picture of the patient as comfortable as and must attend an SARASOTAGOLF
Port Charlotte to do their
and crooks and assists the indoctrination course. Her
for taxes) Income; IS.I per cent of his The credit for this achievement must shopping in Venice and Sara They gangsters don't make the liquor nurse.possible She, checks portion of<< formost qualification is per- CLUB

disposable (after taxes) income; 20.2 per be divided. Part goes to the American sota. and they don't run the the data required in the lel'9-t'8J1ce. particularly in

cent of his actual expenditures (doesn't farmer and his highly efficient production about I could the break go on between and explain Mr. bars. "Emergency and Out-Patient fulfilling the obligation of her DAILY GREEN 53.00
They don't make the laws Service Report and U re- volunteer duties. She can't be
include savings). Ten years earlier, In methods. And another to modem Meyer and the mayor and FEf.' '
part goes and they don't buy the sponsible for the authorization Just a bystander because she O ff Be Ridges Rd.
about his two candidates
1953, these three comparable figures cares for others and feels
I mass merchandisers who have found he endorsed for commissionerbut cars. signature South of Sarasota
I were" : (196 pr cent; 22.4 per cent; and lost out in the December' Now they don't sell the drugs The volunteer is required to the need to give of herself rr#
24.3 cnt." ways to constantly cut costs vn while election of 1963 but I am that addle the brain. see that the E. R. 1 is neat and
pr the and afraid the editor will not allow That's all done by older folks clean; check supplies and
quality quantityof
vastly improving
During those 10 it can b* added noti-
yrs that are for gain. have them replenished;
the but reedy
I' space then why
I Our is the
there has bn I great increase in the services. should we display all the dirty fy maintenance if something accuracy
I linen? Delinquent teen-agerel I Oh is not in working order; lo t E\\ hidden ingredientWe

On August 17. 1984, you, Mr how we condemn! cite supplies that are missing
. i 0 I U Constructive TaxationTaxation Meyer had a conference with The sins of a nation and : check dates on sterile always compound your
three commissioners and the blame it on them. goods and return outdated f0cpr0/ doctor's prescriptions with
mayor about the budget. You By the rule of the blameless materials to Central Supply. k the highest degree of accu

Is matter where one man' tion of Stat Foresters, remarked: "To received all the Information the good book makes The E. R. volunteer must racy. Call us night or day.
available at the time on the known have a heart, compassion for
I I meat may b* another man's poison. In my mind it would b* tragic to eliminate proposed budget. However at Who is there among us to patients their relatives and Dick & Meadows

I other words, a tai that is fair for some . timber capital gains treatment" the civic meeting held Aug. cast the first stone? friends. Ability to say the 1 l

or most enterprises could be destructive The reason for this Is plain. It, lies in 26, 1964, you did not see fit to And in how many cases we right thng or do what is best 231 W. Venice Av.
inform the members of this find that it's true: at a particular moment is a E = Ph. 4884776
I i and even unbearable for others. what Is known as Ire farming, whose conference. You did say thatit The label "delinquent" fits rich possession and those ffi c + Venice Medical Center

I That is why Congress has long .uthor.I purpose which has been dramatically was a padded budget. That older folks tool who have it seldom realize Ph. 488-3985

I '' : I had and supported certain deviations achieved is to make certain that new Is a significant statement An Ex-Teenager their wealth. It's unselfish
1'f with allegations to incite the Venice giving Compensation is
"t 4 from the general tel system In certain tree growth will equal or exceed the cut. fulfillment.

I special ce.... The application of the capital Many years .s may as 100 or more In Concerned relatives and

t I J,t.l gain tai (which is lower than the some instances must pass before those r ... r friends often enlist the aid of<<
: t( I corporate income tai) to timberlands Is nw trees reach marketable six*. Meanwhile the emotions.volunteer Members to ease of their the

t I prime example.A taxes must be paid on the land hospital staff have voiced appreciation

I 4 top ranking forester speaking to the and the trees must b* protected from Carson #toBy crstiu of help volunteers I ,

I Western Governor's Conference, said: "It fire, Insects: and other dangers. If such can give; and letters thanking
volunteer for their kind-
I was after the :War and the passage of long-rang. ventures are" to b* encouraged

II f the timber capital gains tax that the .n Inducement in the form of a good ,

1 tempo of real forest management quick. ultimate profit must b* offered. That Is The REV. CHARLES I. ROWE, Pastor I'm' proudto

ened . for the first time it became what the capital gains provision docs.So Emmanuel Lutheran Church

I possible to seriously consider privately hue is a case where I constructiveand $ may". represent the

I i owned timberlands as an economic bas essential tax policy assures the nation -- ...t Whether for financial service or financial

I for sustained yield forestry . ." Another that one of its vital natural resources
Read Matthew 29:1-13. This one arrives at the town of counsel business do with a
k I I authority, appearing before the Associa will be available for future generations. beautiful story of the Wise Never." WORLD'SLARGEST any you

and Foolish Virgins is one of On of the old Gospel songs bank-such held
oUrl--is in complete
the most familiar of Jesus' says: "We shall do so muchin ; :

. I jllllil 1"1- :: The Available Conscience Parables me of an It article always that reminds years' have the we afterwhile done today.but. what And confidence, /inviolate/ / Whether the information -

ago regularly appeared in someone else has written:
one of the farm magazines.It "The Moments we forego service or counsel you seek
\ i In his 18 yearn in the United States think of himself as a cop and never has be
was supposed to writtenby
I'' ''a r Senate, no one has given I batter account he ben caught gloating over the ".m- a man whose farm appar- Eternity itself." canno'retrieve and discuss at a bank relates to per

"" J of himself than John J. Williams of Dela barrassment" he has caused Republican ently resembled the place of In a certain cemetery there AUTOMOBILE

< ware., end Democrat alike, Congress as well as "Mr always Peter" He do is a grave stone which INSURANCE sonal, family, or business financial mat-
was intending doesn't have
even name.
U1 b Largely because his own conscience is administrative departments by his exposure things that needed to be done But it does contain these a simple COMPANY ters, it is strictly our business-yours and

remarkably diligent and perceptive, San.Williams of misdoing or misspending.His but he ""just kept putting words: "She was so pleas
I them off. In fact he signed "
: i has become the who whil' making ant. What a world of testimony the bank's. Let .. really
,, : man more impartiality not always his name "Ben Putting-It- for the character of Rf us serve you

often than anyone else blows the whistle him revered by torn In government Off." someone She was not puttingoff I

,' V on shenanigans In the government. It was has won him I high degree of respect in So often we anticipate the for tomorrow what she confidentially

1. ha who brought to light the scandal in the Senate and I national reputation as joys of a life without a cor could do today.
responding willingness to pre God has work for you to do,
the Internal Revenue Service which led to the "conscience of the Senate" The Senate pare for them. This parable my friend.And you can never

i,' the "M... In Washington" Issue of the assuredly needs this conscience so 1 i. usually applied to the do it tomorrow. 'Richard II -
thought of eternal life. The once said:: ."I wasted time
1952 campaign It was he who mora recently now that Delaware Republicans have nominated foolish Virgins, who had failed and now doth time wasteme. -

goaded the Senate Into the Bobby San., Williams for a fourth term to fill their lamps with oil, ." Today I Ia ,the day HUGH G.

? Baker. investigation-and who still insists w* hop. the voters will re-alact him by were not prepared when the whether we apply it to the VENICE-NOKOMIS
Bridegroom came and con thought of accepting eternal McPHERSON'STATE
It should be finished. the thumping majority h. has earned. sequently the door were shut salvation or to the work we _
0. Y.-Ieo G
i See Williams would be the last to -Memphis, Tenn., Pre.s-Scimitar before they were ready. have to do here."Tomorrow Ull .. r.IIUMI TRAIL
But it also applies to other and tomorrowand .NIC", ..LOa5OAPa. 304WEstVENICEAVENUE1f
thing as well. The person tomorrow' ........, 1V1L*

L ; Senator Btall of Maryland . says stricken' then asks for $963 million for the who fritters away his time Creep In this petty pace @ VENICE FLORIDA
I Interested in nothing except from day to day "... ... ,
;; l' problems ,affecting thou* whe are needy first year. of f the "poverty wr" .'. this the excitement of the day To the last syllable of FARMww.wh 1e
ClII lie solved without besmirching the when! the crisis comes, finds recorded time. ( ) MUTUALwr.rwww..aN.vtN !.
breaks down to of oS I for himself unprepared. There Is And all
rr :i'' true . President Johnson *stimtta *n avenge our yesterday
I picture an old proverb which reeds: have lighted fools 140....Office. ele"elnetee' IN'ft.' .. "S roso,,, CeesV6'TtIe OJ' '11II'" -
35 million Americans bra poverty- each person SO classified.. "By the street of By and-B/ The way to dusty death." ..vast << -
I t t

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is a.

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The GONDOLIER, Venice, FTs. Thuri? Oc. 15 l 1964-7 ,,

5 Holds District 17 I Judge Blair /Is "Boss Of Year" I Sharon Weber's Engagement- 1

riends Program The best boss in Venice, BC I III
cording to Venice Businessand
nip Chapter. Order of From' Bradenton: Mrs. I Professional Women's + To Tallahassee Man Told

"astel'll star, will observe Florence Morrow, Gilbert Club, la City Judge John J. f' Kr'a r II
let IT Friends Night to- Morrow, and Mrs Evelyn I Blair aC I Mr. and Mrs. James V. II III
p.m. at the MasonicjL Ludt He was named "Boas of the Weber of 428 Shade Terrace,
at From Sarasota: Mrs. Wllla Year" last night at the !,, +p i + 1; f! I Venice Gardens, today announce '
from Other chap. Dearth, Mrs Elsie Hilton, I r o u p' a annual "Bosses the engagement of been Invited by Mrs. Amelia Mandos and Might" dinner at Fisherman' their daughter, Sharon Ma- I
Wade Ballard Sr., wor- Mrs. Florence Roe. Wharf Selection of the win- rie, to Maurice Helms of
itron, and Tom Suteu, From Manatee Chapter: clog boss was by anonymous i Tallahassee.The I
patron to fill then Mrs. Louise Grimm, Mrs letters submitted by memo ity. 0 sJn w eA groom-elect is the son
Chapter stations. All Ruth Smith and Mrs. Roberta ben Judges were Police 1 of Mrs. Odis Helms of Chat- J
district worthy matrons Collins Chief John Shockey, Mayor tahoochee. I
r Smytb D. Brohard and Dr E
will be special Refreshment comm I ties
t ,
patrons members are Mr and Mrs Robert Chable, pastor of Venice ,+ 4f+ } Sr G .i. R Miss Weber is a graduate
i if ir it
United Church of Christ of Martin County High Schoolin
II.endin from palmetto John Nelson, Mrs Madeline ,
be Mrs. George' Pickford and Mr and Mrs Miss Louise Spear was chairman Stuart and was graduated
* will of the award in August from Orange Memorial
Mrs. Earle Rawles Registrars will
Nursing School In Orlando
t Judge Blair was nominatedby
Rethe be L. D
Mrs Long
Carwn, She employed at I
his secretary, Mrs. Hope was
Carson and Barrow Simpson and Mrs
t Theron Pierce, past-president o f Venice Hospital in 1961 and
I Alva Soldner.
Hazel Toft._ BPW. Qualities on which the is presently employed in psychiatric
judges based their decision nursing at the state
were: attitude, courtesy consideration mental hospital in Chatta- I
obUe Home Owners Can Save In- ., sincerity and personality hoochee. ::1

urance $$$ With New Mobile Home- 1 t Mr. Helms was graduatedfrom
In the letter which won her Florida State University
wners Package Policy Exclusive with I boss the honor, Mrs. Pierce 03A in 1963 with a B.S. In business j)!i
Orsdale AgencyMPLE said that he "never forgets to p' Y r r He Is presently employedwith I
rjge-Van say 'please' and 'thank you' the Florida Merit System 1 i *
: nor to give a figurative pat on 1 In Tallahassee MISS SHARON MARIE J
Coach the back for a job well done No date has been set for r I I
I 4,000, Broad Form Perils on (No deductible "Reprimands are rarely the wedding WEBER I' I .
wind or )
on given, but, when necessary, j
)11,200, On Contents (Include theft at no additional are delivered in private and 1f r t(
cost) in a kindly manner.
$1400 Additional Living Expense "My boss is never too busyto VOTE 'j
$$10,000, Personal Liability listen to my problems, ,
business or personal, and i
Medical Payments, PLUS other extensions ccoverage
$1250 I
willingly gives advice and ,1//
too to mention
numerous when I it I
help request
$(5700 per year In city or adjoining parlci. Slightly) "He values his employes t. r t I ;
higher outside of fire protection.AGENCY. highly , provides the best --- WRIGHT ; ,
equipment and comfortable, I,
pleasant surroundings. I Judge John J. Blair and Mr. Hope Pierce i. :t1I I
"Kindness consideration, a J
employers were guests of I t
employers. er
finest of
and readiness to
acknowledge generosity effort a and ability Judge Blair received a I BPW members at the event, :,
are a part of my boss'snature plaque signifying his "Boss of attended by 85 members and
116 W. Venice Avenue and make him the the Year" status. He and oth- guests I '
A Guest speaker was Mrs. oAJ I
&. Telephone: 488-2288 Beatrice Freede, State BPW
Bishop Louttit Reported president from Dunedin She J
talked on legislation
Venice Ave
recommendationsThe 228 .'.
Presiding Bishop ContenderThe 42-year-old judge cameto presents the ,
Venice to practice law In .
ee Kt. Rev. Henry I. by the priests and laymen of 1958 He was at the time an SWISSINFLUENCE I
it / Louttit, D. D., Bishop of the the House of Deputies. Approximately assistant attorney general of
150 bishops are Florida. He is a native of '
South Florida Diocese of the I
N J., and received : 1
a / Episcopal Church, Is reportedto attending Yia from '
be one of the eight nominees The incumbent presiding his degree i i
of Miami.He
Arthur University
The Rt. Rev.
for the position of presiding i'.
I 1 '
of the Episcopal Lichtenberger, U resigningthe served with the Marine
1 / : I I \
1 holds
Church In the United States position because of illness Corps during WWII and 'rH
The titular head of the the Military Order of the Pur- tit
church in this country will be Bishop Louttit is 63 years pie Heart and the Catholic I Vf i 4 '
CAVICTOR elected Saturday by the old. He is native of Buffalo, Church's Purple Heart o ROBERT M. I \ 1
House of Bishops now in con- N. Y. and was ordained a medal.
N wWstLL.CHANNEL vention in St. Louis at the priest in the Episcopal Judge Blair was appointedcity ,, '
ac AVtCT'roan? sixty-first! general convention Church in Florida in 1929. He Judge In February, 1962 a WRIGHTREPUBLICAN
became suffragan bishop in He lives with his wife and j 9
1945, bishop coadjutor in three daughters on Ravenna .;
> +wwetui' 1948 and diocessan bishop in Ave He practices law with CANDIDATE i 1
OLORTV ? 1950. the firm of Blair and Dean .

DARrt'i Garden Club Meets Local e; i r, s County Commissioner! '
iM ti "
i i f ualoe."rnetal'"NMnN..nrMe. { (District 5)

ta y.h,Pkdn And State Set Thursdaypresident. i 1
C It's not how much money you spend

AIWiinn.1 VHF ((2 to 13)) and UHF Q qy Venice Garden Club President t { but HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET for

to 83))tuning RCA High Fidelity G Mrs Donald C. Stevenson -i The one-day state meeting do spend!
orTubi Improved 25OOO.yolt(tea O4- and Mesdames James: will be held at Jack Tar Har- what you ,
adjusted) Color Chassis Power- Green and Charles Schlier' rlson Hotel and State President raN 'i
I MwVlita VHF and UHF Tuners will be local delegates to the Mrs Frank W. Hewlettof ,{ Rkl t ; \
State Federation fall meeting Miami will preside Theme
Goldm Throat"' fM sound
in Clearwater today the same will be "Gathering Knowl LETSVOTE
date as the local club meeting edge Together" '
THe MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION esNn. The meeting here will be at
Mrs. Green is program 10 a.m. at Sarasota Federal CONFUSION AWAY- : 'rI
chairman of the local club Savings and Loan Assn. community I .
(ACTION TV Inc. and Mrs Schlier first vice- room. ,\ ,
Mrs. Robert Vleta will preside LEIDERHOSEN voTe

|WJ SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. 4884574NO Does Card Party 'Poisons and present in Your a programon Garden pct :
BETTER PRICES ANYWHEREI! I end triennial meeting which Benevolent and Patriotic "Many plants and shrubsin I HAT D a ,
toxic, ..
? Sunday and will continue have Florida gardens are '
WHY GO ELSEWHERE began Order of Does, will a
through Oct 23. The public dessert card party today she said, "and should be recognized $3.59 : (Paid Political Adv) ; ;
r.._ -,, -". Rev. Donis Dean Patterson at 12:30 p.m. at Elks so that both childrenand ; .1
rector of St. Marks, will HaUL, adults may be protected.Mrs. . ,
OPEN TODAY leave tomorrow as the local Mrs D. M. Gosman will be Vieta is the club's horti- II
church's convention observer. in charge and there will be cultural division chairman.
He will\ return Oct 24. table and door prizes A donation She will display specimensof WOOLWORTH'S"'IH
The election by the Houseof of 50 cents will be requested many of the poisonous '

HOWDYo Bishops must be ratified plants I :

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8-Th. GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. Thur, Oeh IS, 1944 r Osprey To Have RFD ServiceOSPREY
Venice CAP

r I NPC NewsThe Rural delivery The north end of Case,
Heeds Call service will be started by the also will bd included ,

',ho" ? best recipe for folks' Osprey post office next Thames said patron .v
Of CommanderThree Kitchen Band will be all the members to attend.o Square Dancing will itai month. have regulation m nT*
I auditioned for the Ted Mack -. Monday night Oct. 19 at Postmaster L. H. Thames place not later than I
4 newly moved to Show next Tuesday, Oct. 20, Tha Kansas-Missouri Clu, 7:30 at the Community Con said the service would be to for delivery to start j NO'(,
Civil Air Patrol cc at the municipal pier building had a good turn-out for theirflr.t ter. the North as far as Cordas -
det officer of Venice Compos in St, Petersburg. fall meeting covered dl.hdinner Beginning In November,, the Cove and to the South In- MORE PEOPLE-
Venice Itt Squadron attended the held the first &q
General Corp last Tuesday evening, dancing will be Shores andFirst REAOiN0
Development Sorrento
] eluding TI1b
October "commander'. call Oct 7 ,at the Community and third Mondays of each VENICE
of the Trail
will provide two station waions Street East GONDOIJIJAMES
t ; I lake one phone call! (or coupon below), at Saraaota afternoon Bradenton AlrporSunday for their transportation Center month. Hurry and .get out . .
The trio shoes 1 --- --
add hostess with baskets of gifts and Included Deputy Cadet Commander and a photographer to accom. The North Port Kitchen your dancing
.1 Information about the city, stir in genuine David Girard, Cadet any them.Members. Band, under direction of Mrs Members -of- the South

.. : hospitality, and you'II have a tenirous Executive Officer Dianne of the band are Rita Boyle entertained during County Epiphany Guild will

0 N ,: and delightful welcome Just Crawford and Cadet Informa. Rita Boyle, director: Hole the evening meet on Monday, Oct 19, at
"\ phone tion Officer Mark Stlrei Johnson, pianist; borothy The next meeting will be In 1 p.m. at th Mission Building
Schueler, Pearl Evans, Can- Port Charlotte in November.
Mineral Springs
j jJ Tentative plans for an Inter lyn Plcktns,. Lillian Downs, Mr. M E, Streckenfinger. 1 I. In Warm Is T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC
bivouac at ArcadiaIn Eileen Mlllett Lessart Mrs Robert
group Viola president.
Welco e. ; December discussed Louise Seaman, Huldah - president and invites all Catholic .n A. "ra"c..
agon were In this! to at , \
J ladles area.
i' of the
Blend, Francis Hill Mary The regular meeting
In other recent CAP actlyits' Jempesy, Kelly Caughman, WWI Auxiliary was held last tend. /' y\ hIo6n.A.J "29
Wol Y : Fire Chief J R. Divine man, Mabel Johnston, Mar. Tuesday at the Community The guild has formed! a I 243 W. VENICE AYE
PHONE and Fireman Steve Simon garet Dahlman, Irene Ken Center Hobby Class that meets at VENICE FLORIDA[
. ,
( : I ----------------------.. the Mission each Tuesday j.
demonstarted firetlg h tin |I yon, Mona MacCaffray and Plans were made to visit Select end' Consult 1/1, I
WELCOME NEWCOMERS! I Inez Booher, the O. Pierce Wood Memorial morning and'tha ladies each PHONE pendent Iniurenee
: echlnques: Thursday as partof lunch and beverage Aqtnf JJ,
{ II Use this coupon to let us Know you're hen I the Fire Prevention Week - Hospital In Arcadia on Dec. Is bring served a The class a Is held 4884791 would your Doctor or Ltwytr,
The North Port Woman' 26 and tak the North Port
observance Resusclt t Ion
\ I techniques wen demonstrated a Club held its October meet- Kitchen Band to entertain from 10 a.m. to J

''i :: I II by Mark A. Farley. Ing last Thursday at the Com the patient.. Refreshment The Greater-o- Pittsburgh
j Good
munlty Center will also be served.
Cltt I II used clothing will be dls Club held its covered dish

I I 0 Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me i I 1 ELECT STOKES wi'ffe; the meeting Lord was yr and tributed to those in need of and. dinner meeting before on Thursday the regular, Oct.
I clothes or pieces material
I : 0 I would like to subscribe to the the Pledge of Allegiance to any 1. Twenty-seven members
I 1 : 0 I already subscribe to the GONDOLIER I I COUNTY JUDGE the Flag, led by Mrs William make the things ladies would can be usa very to were present and three

Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Depl, GONDOLIER DEMOCRATNov. A. Garvey. much appreciated. If you guests were introduced, Mr.
,; : I Ii 3rd, 1964M. One new member, Mrs El have donations and Mrs. Floyd Vail and Miss
,l: i i! Nw.1.11IY/YrrY.r Y/1W,11. r.wwY.lY '!I"NZl; : I r<* A4 br ...... ...dld.. sla Troughton, was introduced. contact any Mrs Albert may 426 Karen Campbell.Mr. . '
Bates, president, appointed
.;. 1661, or Mrs Louis Schmelke, .
,f. Mrs Lillian Downs reported auxiliary president, and these a nominating
on the activities of the tee; consisting of three members ,
terns will be picked up. 'd 'T' '
t k' d ,
: Mr. uarwin, Mr. Tal-
I' Freedom Foundation and hasbeen
The November I
asked for stamp contrlIons. meeting bert and !\frl. Inez B'*>her. 14 iv+
week, due ,4 <
: postponed one
: STAY WITH A MAN REPUBLICANS! to the election, to Nov. 10, The next meeting on Thursday : ,3k
will also be
Nov 5, pre-
Mrs Mary Catherine Welst at 2 pm at the Community
j WHO HAS KEPT INDEPENDENTS! said numerous Items are being Center. Nomination and election plans ceeded will by be a covered formulated dish! for and a
made for the club's bazaar of officers will be held. .
holiday get to-gether
J J UR WITH PROGRESS! I NEED YOUR VOTES! Saturday, which, scheduled 14 for The Woman's- Society of members The Pittsburgh and friends. C1ub'sdonce e

t Mrs Joe Fox asked for Christian Service, Trinity and card party will beheld
I1 contributions for the baked< Methodist Church, held a
a } t this Saturday night at
j : ,oods booth and these will be luncheon In the Fellowship
7:30 at the Community Center -
//1; picked up if you call either Hall last Monday. Forty one .
\. I Mrs. Garvey or Mrs. Payne attended Mrs Willis Funk -
j 1 tS Mrs Hattie Poole will ben used the Halloween theme in -
EFp Members of the New England -
her table decorations Hostesses
charge of the wishing well
: Club will gather at 2
and Mrs. Louise Hagen will were Mrs Ernest Hal- i tomorrow afternoon for
II' be> happy to receive all your len, Mrs Kenneth Gibbs, p.m ,
a i covered dish luncheon at
: Mrs. June Sears and Mrs'red I
\ j. white elephants for her booth. the Community Center.
i a Mrs Hubert McKibben will Scott. Mrs James Glasgow All New Englanders from
t. take charge of the radio- had charge of the pro-
both Port Charlotte and North
i //1"1" grams snot Claire Salovesh gram and brief reports were Port are Invited to attend the That answer Is haring wontfcrfullr convenient

11 I. preparing a delicious given by each of the 12 members meetings held the third Friday pay-as-you-go checking account here.No minima
luncheon, ao do plan to eat who attended the Work.
BOYER of each month. balance it requhed..yet (like our regular checking
hop Sept. 30 at Grace Methodist
at the bazaar. Mrs Frank
Mrs Sven Nelson Is pre.l.dent. -
I ( arroll Is chairman. Church in Venice. account depositors you have a handy check-stub

,'I 1 I' There were 51 present alhursday's -.o- - record of en,to whom your money goes;

j : meeting Mrs The Firemen's Auxiliarywill The Boat Club will meet at pint time-and worry-saving cancelled-check proofof
Jean Campbell and Mrs. meet next Thursday 8 30 at the
: p.m. Community You can bills b mall tool
Alice Beckworth were introduced evening, Oct. 22 at 7:30: at Center for a covered dish supper payment. pay )
I Pr as rue st.. the Center.
I Community before the meeting
I BE YOUR Pel. Mrs. Viola Lessard announced Mrs. Evelyn Henriksen is at 7:30.: regular Open your chalking account hen JOONI.

SPLIT Pot the next meeting onNov. president. Mr. Alan Dagg, program
I .. 12 will be a luncheon,
l i'- BALLOT Adv. Several North Port Charotte chairman, announced the
1 m VOTE FOR by starting at 1 p.m. and theguest residents are Interested film "Gooney Birds" will be
;1 THE MAN speaker will be Mrs. In New York New hown after the business
Bayer starting a -
I' I\ BEST Florence H. Girvin, professor Jersey Club here meeting. MffMMMf 4th "m III IIIWIC'
at; Manatee Junior College
t QUALIFIED! and The first meeting Is sched- Commodore Canfleld In- FIRST nnTiQHfliiinnii VEHIIE(
Treasureri Fashion Commentator, OF
I,I't uIed for next Wednesday, Oct. ites all members to be sure :
for her'wit and wls-
t 1 i1 21, at 7:30: p,m. at the Community and attend and enjoy a fun varu noshsAywp ,
r ,J41 :dons and humorous fact-pack. tiled
. evening.
'.i 1.i ... This Is A Big, ResponsibilityVOTE , .. ., nd talk will on be clothing"From Eve Her in subject the Mr. William Center.0-Eichelberger, From 1950 to I960 Florida ).Jf--f.c lOIMf.OllYlllO e

' larden of Eden to Yves St _
I /, FOR PROVEN ABILITY!!! Laurent In Paris. Mrs Paul Veteran' Service Officer, received three out of every
Palmeter, president Invites from the Florida Department 10 I of America's increase in
-- of Service Affairs, will be atthe 18 I to 21-year-olds
office in the Community
Center next Wednesday
morning, Oct. 21, from 10 to

I t noon. . Do
Chevrolet - we really
: The Men' Garden Club

rill meet next Tuesday, Oct ,
20, at 7:30: p.m. at the Com need
J I II munity Center. aMedicare
Mr. Claire C. Coons Is

I I l II III resident.
- laxHealth
The Women of the First
Presbyterian Church will hold
h il their Work Circle next Tuesday -
Oct. 20, from 8:30: a.m. 9.
to 2 p.m_ at the church. The
I project for October is a Misonsry .
Box to be sent to the .
1 Cherokee Indian Mission In

Oklahoma.Many North-.o.Porters will be careis

; Interested to know that
:'JJ .. ,
... asamusoaaeauataatase.rr "" YOURCAR now available

I I II for' "over GStfwho ,! :

; j'f 11

I 11 -byBUI cannot afford to pay

: ,/ j f Phillips

j If are over 65 facing .
you ,
How can you prevent crash-
: hog Into the vehicle ahead of medical expense and

: you? Stay alert. Expect the can't pay for it. .ITS

I II Ume.driver Watch ahead to ahead.brake Take at any Inthe yours for the asking1 already !. \':-'..";_

I ". I situation well ahead provided for by \ : I; 'f.'

f which may Indicate a slowdown law. .The Ken-Mills+ Act :"r tr f.'

or a stop. Stay back. offers Health "ift'
a Opportunity <\.
ton't follow too closely. t'
; When you know you'll haveto ., Program for the Elderly ;., ,i.. t

r stop, start slowing down t with the federal '., '.'.']
workpower early and be ready and state governments t, If.' ,
Fair warning Cnlverilty 01 ' ." ',. t.r'; "
:: sharing the cost.
Indiana researchers show : ?
) that a driver with 015: % !.: ..'i; \: I ''I' most states thw; ;#s sI
r n. / f.Ji.;
i. blOOd alcohol concentration Is I : 1:1.: : r 'I I 'i'
' care is far far greater ,
18 times more likely to have . ;
comes two hinds of pickups Trim Fleetside .in accident than a driver who than that offered by: r

I has not been drinking.Has : ."1 .

Pickup (shown above) . or handy Stepside Pickup with running boards between oomph your Has It battery white deposits lost Its :, ."\ Medicare and no additional Is.: .il ,I

: cab and rear fenders. There are G1/ or 8-ft bodies, plus an extra-long on the terminals? It it has, I. .",I, : '\ pecessaryl- --;' ..)M ;rt '} l

9-fL Floor of wood with this corrosion can rob your ,";, ', : If elderly o...'{ :. ,'1.11">(' ,." *; \
Stepside body. heavy planking full-length steel skid battery of power. Wash aU: ; you are :V.;;, .
the corrosion with a baking ::'i, 'and without funds for
strips.Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches.You get soda solution. This alkali ; ,
mixture neutralizes the battery ;'; <; ,' ;v',n', needed medical care, ask :' :; .:; ...
'I ..
smooth independent front suspension and self-adjusting e acid. Wash with clearwater : ' / \ 1 your doctor'about. t1.0.-.I.' ". ,: ,'f." ;1
dry Then spread vasene "S T4 Lf.. I i HealtiiOptortani' 'JProgram <. !. ,:. :! ,
; l ;, ; '

brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for kind of job. } <. [ \ .,
your on the posts, and reconnect \\\J i; for the ) t. .'. 'c, ',';
the leads.Come .
Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of fruck on BOW, don't yon da- I'., ., call your local '' ..

._ serve a new car? You work :: ' society. +
W86M hard all week, take care of :
the family, even bring home '
some bacon. Why shouldn'i HEALTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM FOR ,THS EtDERUf: ?.
you have a new carT And you '' .
can afford lit With the low .
; prices on Fords here at BILL . 4r . ';)"
I \ I* &StSarasota '
tr I PHILLIPS FORD in. Venice : 'tl1i

Irl .. U.S. 41 AND YENIC.ENGLEWOOD . almost everyone can drive County: ';:Mclwal[>Sdcie yj'
l CHEVROLET one of the fine cars in the'ord .
ROAD PHONE 488-3067 line. See' us soon!

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nay Talks At SAR -\,-eng ." I Tha GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. tturt, Oct IS, .r 1964- I j 4 I II
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MZ0d SIl h lon Anita, counterspy Bratvold for the of I otter copal Church the invocation, chaplain, will and ( By DOROTHY GATNOR YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS- ,'I'' I "

No, Bureau of invoke\ Austin H Becbe of 608 /otttags Women's. Edltoi
four years, will Menendez will report on hi+ :: On Auto Insurance
at the work
FBI career M chapter historian
Phone Items to 4B8--808
luncheon meeting of Dr. Ward I. Miller of Venice ,
; Chapter,, Sons of Gardens will be Introduced 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS I r

?niericsn Revolution, a. new member, trans A writing style that can I dents are )fr. and Mrs. John 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE ;, !
ferred from the Delaware Society in twinkling from Correll of London .
\ a recently ,
meeting will be "7/ /l !, I ;
nOOn Proust through Earl England He was with the U. 1
i Columbia Restaurant Dr Richard P. Eckels la to Walter Winchell is s. Foreign Service there until VltKIUf/ i '
Armonds Key president: of the group and late ordained the writer this spring and prior to his ,
ReV, Donii Dean Pat- invites I visiting member and a social column. How five year in London he served AGENCY I I
of St. foark'a'Epl... members' guests persons did how many in Cuba, Spain, Greece Avenue...... I I
,. that week, and how and South African countries 116 W. VenIce I:
I l
SEE AMERICA'S beautiful "white space' They have bought a home on j Telephone: 488-2289 J i: I
left over after the news Santa Joseph Street since _ I
"BLACK MUSEUM" rle2ro, e.. oe. In, are the absolute they decided to live in Venice , JI I '
I VISIT. TNx *TONALMPOM U. H?, FAME .yt of the immediate -- I j '
AND MOUTH PONT CHARLOTT1 U R, .t So, enough of Proust Girl Scouts can equally I'I' 1 I''I .
on with Winchell because brave the wilds or the drawing I
,,, ADMIT ENTIRE FAMILY. $1 we are pushing the room, such is their versatility RE-ELECT 6'""" "' -"'""'"" : I t I
ltd out of the galleys Several young ladles, '
s cool FOR ONK FULL YeAR roe RPSJlJP: ; T. - party-lover* all, who provedit
16r II J 01" CHARLOTT& AND SARASOTA COUNTIES Not too crowded, though, to recently were Linda Suren- MASEL C. + :
Nftttnn Tti. Git.U.1 Mhnol Crlm. rwwmlo. can I I. tin that the business and pro kamp, Carolyn Taylor, Sharon +8 I I
:};...;..* ' ThliTK 1fiuh r j, Haucke, Schless
MM ll \1<11.. ,hi.,. women of the area Lacy '
OPEN DAILY & SUNDA YS-9:30.S: PM mighty pretty las Janis Curwood, Phyllis Mor HUSTONDemocratic $ j : t
POLICE HALL when they escorted rison, Joyce LaRue and An. "
OF FAME handsome bosses to the drea Beacher They went i
"Bosses Might" din. with Mr. and Mrs, Ray Candidate a I J
r- they stage annually Beecher (she's the troop lead. For I''
Everyone there, and there er) to Highland Hammocks
many, joined in the State Park, near Sebring, Sarasota County
applause at the an last weekend, and fearlessly I "t
L e that City Judge faced a wild boar (dead on Commissioner.
J. Blair carried off theBoss the highway) and tried to detail
District 5 1' ,
of the Year" honor an opossum (or was it ;
\ time a skunk T) without success It,
- too, was a victim of traffic, SERVING ALL THE CITIZENS' AND I
testaurant ,Specials Mrs Merle Graser of HI else, they say, they wouldn't I
Drive had not seen her have attempted it, TAXPAYERS OF SARASOTA COUNTY

Mrs. Kenneth de see
JDAT- of Trinidad, BWI, '
White Shrine Sets P.S. If I unable/ fo talk to in ,
HRIMP ..........................."...........82c h 'atH '. de 1961 Boehmler until this arrived week.for before November am 3rd it it because you person I om ;: i'

,TURDAY visit Tuesday and must de. Rummage Sale' Duty wring you ai your County Commix :

AKED LIVER ....."...........!...!........ 82c I for have home had Monday a delightful but( The recently organized :ions,, MCH i''I

INDAY- FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA at mostly shopping, Mrs White Shrine Club, Unity Paid Political Ad '
ginning their careen the hard said Shrine 19, In Englewood will
OAST BEEF............................... 99c windows for a fee, that is. Club way members by ne I -- have a rummage sale Saturday "r t
xmplttt Dinner) the The summer vacation the FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN
t and for
group are contracting D. Clarks took for from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
ing jobs| of which they now have seven. Hard than three months-in. the Englewood Savings and .
first job, at the home of Dr and Mrs. Edward a visit with their Loan Assn. community room THE GONDOLIER ,
Saturday were, left to right, Linda Brown (from St Paul, },
Wycoff Sheila Kaplan and Lstrelle Griffin .) in their former home t;
the orders for estimates at 488.4406. Cleveland and a visit with
USED CARS. brother in Bellevlew,
. They toured the Gaspe

r I Methodist WSCS First Aid (me to visit area with the and William found ;,

Pearson of Casey Key
1 //a For Gray have their summer rest '
Study To Begin To Begin in Needham, Mass The
4 will be home after j :
The ;
The Woman Society of election The Clarks got
Christian Service of Englewood Cross first aid last Wednesday

I Grace, Venice Methodist-Nokomis Churcheswill and I day season at First here Dr, and Mrs-- E George w : l ; 1
and Loan Assn
join in presentation of a of Gulf Manor were
rtudv: The Church MissionTo room at a reception Sun. .
The New Nations, beginning Mrs Ross at the Lawrence Instl- I I'i
Monday, Oct 19. Instructor and of Technology in South.
ARE PERFECTSHOPPING The course, to be taught by of Ladies this course for work is Mich. The occasion was .;
first time he avail.
Mrs Junior Avers. will be was
schools, Classes
MATES! leld In three sessions, Mon. 9 to 11 a.m. tlred for honoring"president since of the he ., 1 { 1
day, Oct. 26 and Nov 2. Ses Friday,
ions Will be held at Venice. in the summer He
Mrs. Paul

ALL USED CARS FREE '1-YEAR WARRANTY Nokomis Hours for Methodist the first Church.two will County man of Red the NOISE'i now the reception board President of was trustees Emeritus.tendered, fac i ,I i, ,

be from 9:30: to 11:30 amand dies programs alumni and students 1

1 CORVA1R4aV. 5988 9:30 on p.m.Nov 2 from 7:30: to all with women the The Lawrences will return ; ; i i
in November,
clean. the clas.Periodont. '
., A/T, R&H, exceptionally At Monday's meet the En. -- .
:jlewood Church will lead the Home from their second FOR ITS COMFORT BUT ALSO FOR ITS I
G CHEVROLET $$988 devotions and a panel of seven to Maine this summer LOOKS. START EARLY IN THIS GRAINED '
will present the course In. Mr and Mrs. George CALF PUMP. TRAVEL LATE. YOU'LL STILL '

STATION WAGON, V-8, Std. Tran, R&H, Very nice reduction Mesdames Panelists Miller, will Onley be, Speak At They have of a Bayshore summer BE FRIENDS WITH YOUR FEET. THE REA I

I $988 Day, Richardson, Grassle, Assistants on Penobscot Bay SON TRU WALK'S FLOAT.0.MATIC, A
FALCON Hardee and Huitema. Dr. Garry resist going back to f
periodontist, will I the foliage change from OF MAGIC , ,
STATION WAGON Deluxe 4-dr, R&H, A/T Fac- Vamo Methodist Church slides and to fall dress, they THAT CUSHIONTrB tory Air. WSCS will present a dramatl. of but also they are glad r I
periodontal FEET HAPPY Black, Brown, -- I
nation, under the direction of dinner meeting be back in Venice now be- V Sweet Kid 16.95 / i j'' 1
the Maine days al.
Z COB VAIR $1188 Hn. Donald Dover. Dental are I
cold and wintery
Study text will be CharlesW Monday ...0-
: 4-dr, Std. Trans., Low Mileage, Exceptionally Nice, Foreman's "The Nation The meeting Miss Patty Messer has been
at the Plaza
and the Kingdom since she left here to (o
FORD GALAXIE 500 $883 7 p.m. preceded Del Rio, Texas to live. She BLITCH'SSHOE
at 6 p m : : ;1 currently holder of the

4-Jr. HT. Fully Equipped, incl. Factory Air. M VE1D calling vatlons I Mrs may prize school for fire the best prevention Junior

Sarasota at contest. is theranddaughter
il 1 I
All dental of the C. H STORE II
GULF Sarasota and of Menendez Street.
4-dr. Sedan, R&H Std. Tram TAILORSFROM ties are Invited.Rummage New and-charming o., rest 209 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.4951 i i \1

Duncan ChevroletS41 -
Post 8118 of I .
I 231 W. MIAMI I'' t
Foreign Wars t :I;

S & Englewood Rd. Ph. 488-3067 AVENUE tow have and a rummage : t: ,

-Just West-of Rawles-.I Sheet am, to e 5 lt:;. J '

board Ave. .
Mrs Curtis I .
man. Either she J "
old Girard may f.

pick up I, ,

I I,

Miss Helen Off
Mrs Virginia
be hostesses at '"
s i- :
e ,t 5t .
and card party 4u ,
p.m. Oddfellows !
Englewood. A

will be requested.OOOOOOOOOOOO< L- 1 j pl'

i i e GULF ;

1 + a.I "THE Today thru

with "It
I Ia
I All.Star then financed new homes all over the area." i "t ,! ;'
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:I'I'! '::!':': ;r;;, I IAft.r N
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Tropical l
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I cordially invite all my friends In the Denvocratic Today thru ,

Republican and Independent ranks youve teen. your
to vote for me ? | need your help to maintain "ROBIN Realtor er builder about m.1Rfl. [' r1riil ,

this office at top efficiency. that new hems, step by .rm 11III: L.tfl 1 LF [g lID L51[KL? J1 i ,' a x
and"ENSIGN and sea one ef our lean savings and loan association: t
Pd. Pol. S
Adv. by fficeri for 1 low cost financing. Q ,

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Hag."a"Cempalg" and easy DOWNTOWN $Om CAT( GULF GATE VENICE ; '
INN mar r la TNt n ra sect b. ,. to van AI mans POIlIT n. W 111.IAMIANI IIAI, I y
Treasurer "WALL OF I t ::1 i'k

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GONDOLIER Venice, Ha. Thurt., Oct. 1 IS, 1964 To Have RFD 1
Venice CAP I Osprey ServiceOSPREY

1111"J 'Jo.: '"", ;''' _\.. ...:i.IJ.--T:I1TII I
NPC News Rural delivery The north
s end of Csaer J
Heeds Call service will be started by the I also wUl be included
}ho hest recipe for folks: Osprey pat office next Thames said pa
I Of Commander. The Kitchen Band will be all the members $to kttendo Square Dancing Will still'' month. have regulation mall
1 newly moved toN auditioned for the Ted Mack - Monday night, Oct. 19, at postmaster L. H. Thames place not later than
; Three Civil Air Show next Tuesday, Oct 20, The Kansas-Missouri Club 7:30 *t the Community Cen laid the service would be to for delivery to start
Patrol cadet at the municipal pier building had turn-out for their ter.
a good the North far as Cordei boxej
officers of Venice as
Composite In St, Petersburg. first fall meeting covered dish Beginning In November, the and to the South including MORE
VenIce Squadron attended the Cove
4 I October "commander's call' General Development Corp. dinner last Tuesday evening, dancing will be held the firs Sorrento Shores and READING
Oct. 7, at the Community and third Monday of each
will provide two station wagons of the Trail. VENICE GONDparaaaaw
,I, Mi one phone call (or coupon below), at Sarasota-Bradenton AIrport for their Center month. Hurry and get cut First Street East

./i add hostess with baskets of gifts and Sunday included afternoon.Deputy Cadet The Commander trio. a photographer transportationand to accom. The North Port Kitchen your dancing shoes! ----_._ _.............. -- -.,.
I r Information about the city, stir in pirnIni David Girard, Cadet pany them.Members. Band, under direction of Mrs --
t ', : Ii hospitality, end you'll have i generous Executive Officer Dianne of the band are Rita Boyle, entertained during Members of the South
I 't. : and delightful. welcome. Just Rita the evening. County Epiphany Guild will 1 1T.
r \ ltl Crawford and Cadet Information Boyle, directory HelenJohnson meet on Monday, Oct. 19, at
: phone Officer Mark Stlres. pianist; Dorothy The next meeting will be I In 1 at th Mission Building
i / ichueler, Pearl Evan, Carolyn Port Charlotte in November. pore
'I' Tentative plans for an In Picklns,. Lillian Downs, Mr. M E, Streckenfinger 1. In Warm Mineral Springs JAMES BULLOCK AGENCY I INC
TT ,
; .: mIca ter-group bivouac at Arcadiain Eileen Millett, Viola Lessard, president. Mrs Robert Peterson Is ,
e'! ; v'varlan president and invites all Cath
\ December were discussed Louise Seaman, Huldah -
It I Blend, Francis Hill, Mary The regular meeting of the one ladies In this area. to at
-1 ; I In other recent CAP actlyIty i Dempesy, Kelly Caughman, WWI Auxiliary was held las tend. c/n'u"c.'; T9 29

t PHONE W- 801't Fire Chief J. R. Divine man, Mabel Johnston, Mar Tuesday at the Community The guild has formed a AVE
I rr and Fireman Steve Simon laret Dahlman, Irene Ken- Center Hobby Class that meets at , ,
't 1; 7-------------' : detnoMtarted fireflg h tin g yon, Mona MacCaffray and Plans were made to visit the Mission each Tuesday . Select and''Consult U
1 WELCOME" NEWCOMERS! :nez Booher the G. Pierce Wood Memorial morning and the ladies each PHONE in
: pendent Iniunnce
:techinques Thursday
part Agent
f Use this coupon to let us know you're here r of the Fire Prevention Week I North-P-ort Hospital In Arcadia on Dec Is bring served.a lunch The and class a beverage is held 488-6791 would your Doctor or Levy at:,
observance Resuscit t Ion The Woman'sClub 28 and take the North Port
1 ;I NAME I techniques were demonstrated a i held Ito October meeting Kitchen Band to entertain from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. I

1 ; ADDRESS I by Mark: A. Farley. I last Thursday at the Community the patients. Refreshment --
T h Greater PittsburghClub
Center. will also be served. Good I
I '
cm I Ij used clothing will be distributed held its covered dish

I U Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me ; ELECT STOKES wl'f/ethrei1/: j.. was Prayer opened and< to those in need and dinner before the regular
I 0 I would like to subscribe to the the Pledge of Allegiance to any clothes or pieces of material meeting on Thursday, Oct
; GONDOLIER I COUNTY JUDGE the led the ladle can use to 1. Twenty-seven members
0 I already subscribe to the Flag by Mrs. Wil were present and three :
be iT
make things would
1i I
lam very
1 : Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation DepL GONDOLIER DEMOCRAT A. Garvey. much appreciated. If you guests were Introduced, Mr.
I NOT, 3rd, 1964 One new member, Mrs E and Mrs. Floyd Vail and Miss
!i ./ L-________________ tW.I:: PA tot Ace.. br a""., umdldiM ala. Troughton, was introduced have contact any Mrs donations Albert Coll you,may 426 Karen Campbell.

Mr. Bates, president, appointed
l ,. 1661, or Mr Louis Schmelke,
Mrs Lillian Downs reported auxiliary president, and these a nominating
I"" i 1 1.t on the activities of the Items will be picked up. tee consisting of three members -
Freedom Foundation and has Mr. uarwin, Mr, Tal-
The November meeting
liked for bert and Mr. Inez Booher.
: stamp contri
STAY WITH A MAN REPUBLICANS! done been postponed one week, duet The next meeting on Thursday -
the election, to Nov. 10,
Mrs. Mary Catherine Wel.t Nov 5, will also be proceeded
at 2 at the Community
\.t WHO HAS KEPT INDEPENDENTS! aid numerous items are being Center.p.m.Nomination and elec- by a covered dials and
\ jlans will be formulated for a
made for the club's bazaar tion of officers will be held.

j i I UP WITH PROGRESS! I NEED YOUR VOTES! Saturday, which, scheduled 14. for The Woman'-0- Society of hOliday members The Pittsburgh and get-to-gether friends Club'sdance for

Mrs. Joe Fox asked for: Christian Service, Trinity
and card will beheld
; A I I'f contributions for the baked< Methodist Church, held a'' this Saturday party night at 'd C'as
'f 1f i goods booth and these will be luncheon In the Fellowship
l r.30: at the Community Center -
\ picked up if you call either Hall last Monday. Forty one .
I I Mrs. Garvey or Mrs Payne attended. Mrs. Willis Funk
'. I Ij Mrs Hattie Poole will ben used the Halloween theme in --
Members of the New England -
charge of the wishing well her table decorations. Host-
Club will gather at 2
j and Mrs. Louise Hallen. will esses were Mrs. Ernest Hal- .
tomorrow afternoon fora
be> happy to receive all your len, Mrs Kenneth Gibbs,
,covered dish luncheon at
white for her booth. I Mrs. June Sears and Mrs.
I : elephants
( I ICE Iw Fred Scott. the Community Center.
f : Mrs. Hubert McKibben will Mrs James Glasgow AU New Englanderi from
take charge of the radio- had charge of the program -
,f A: grams and Claire Salovesh and brief reports were both Port invited Charlotte and North That answer Is havIng a wonderfully convenient
.1r, Port are to attend the
I"j Is delicious given by each of the 12 members -
preparing a here.No
meetings held the third Fri- checking account minima
luncheon, do plan to eat who attended the Work.
: so
.t the bazaar. Mrs. Frank shop Sept. 30 at Grace Methodist day of each month. balance is regrared.yet (like out regular checking
I Carroll is chairman. Church in Venice. dent.Mrs. Sven Nelson Is presi account depositors) you have a handy check-stub

I i'I There were 51 present alhursday's -0- -o- record of where,when,to whom your money goes;

,f j meeting. Mrs The Firemen's Auxiliarywill The Boat Club will meet at plus time-and worry-saving cancelled-checkptoof
Jean Campbell and Mrs. meet next Thursday
1L 6:30: p.m. at the Community You bills mail
Alice Beckworth introduced of can pay ly toot I
I were evening, Oct. 22 at 7.30: at Center for a covered dish cup.per payment.
: as guests. the Community Center.
SPUT SELECTIVE YOUR O ( Pd. Mrs Viola Lessard announced Mrs. Evelyn Henriksen is at before'1::30.the regular meeting Open your checking account hen SOON!
I Pol.Adv.. the next meeting onNov.
president. Mr. Alan Dagg,
BALLOT- R S H ERA 12 will be a luncheon, program
Several North Port Char- chairman, announced the
f VOTE FOR starting at 1 pm. and the
by lotte residents are Interested film "Gooney Birds" will be
guest speaker will be Mrs
.l< THE MAN In shown after the business
Boyer starting a New York-New
( Florence H. Girvin, professor
BEST Jersey Club here. meeting Near"ear/tAM' Nat K wwci
I Campaign at Manatee Junior
; College
QUALIFIED! The first meeting I I. scheduled Commodore Canfield invites -
Treasurer and Fashion Commentator FIRST
"I' all members to be 'f" 01
noted for her'wit and wis- for next Wednesday, Oct. sure
: : tf :nom end humorous fact-pack. 21, at 730: pm. at the Com and tilled attend evening.and enjoy a fun- J,,)(

t This Is A Big Responsibility red talk on clothing. Her subect munity Center.0 .-
I will be "From Eve in the !! reoe NOwaeIPNaMar e. !
=:arden of Eden to Yves St. Mr. William From 1950 to I960 Florida Jti'
( VOTE _
f ;I FOR PROVEN ABILITY!!! Laurent in Paris." Mrs. Paul Veteran's received three out of every
Pal meter, president, invites from the Florida 10 of America's increase in
of Service 18 l to 21-year-olds.
the office in the Community
Center next Wednesday
morning, Oct 21, from 10 to

I : Chevrolet noon.The Men's-Garden Club Do we reallyneed

will meet next Tuesday, Oct.
20, at 7.30: p.m. at the Community .
Center, aMedicare
I Mr. Claire C. Coons 1 I.
;I president.
-o- Tax
The Women of the First
it Presbyterian Church will hold
\ their Work Circle next Tuesday -
Oct. 20, from 9:30: a.m. 9-
i to 2 p.m. at the church. The
project for October i 11 a Mia
.; tonary Box: to be sent to the .
If : Cherokee Indian Mission In
\ t. Oklahoma.
iJI -0-
I Many North Porters will be Health careis
I Interested to know t hatII

I I, j jj YIY 1 YOUR now availablefor

over 65' ''

CAR ; "

j !/ ,j : who afford
;' ,J -by- cannot to payIf

I JifL I BID Phillips
!I ,I ,
J ',' How can yon prevent crash- are over 65, facing

: log into the vehicle ahead of medical expense and

you T Stay alert. Expect the can't pay for it. > .It's'

f, I -,- driver. Watch ahead to ahead.brake Take at anytime in yours for the asking, already '<'"" ,

I, I.f I. the situation well ahead provided:for by :, $-;1..

: [ which may indicate a slowdown law,.The Kerr-Mills Act ',.or l .j

r: > or follow a stop.too Stay closely.back.on't offers a Health Opportunity ,.::;;,:' "I .

When you know you'll have ,' Program for the Elderly , I i.; ,

j' workpower to stop, start slowing down .'.' with the >federal '.,' , I.
i early and be ready. \ and state governments .1.' _
Fair of \
warning-: University "
; Indiana researcher show I .. abating) the cost. ti;. ) 1;p
\ that a driver with 0.15% "I' "V11f'i 1:1: I
blood alcohol concentration is f-' I In most: states this < r "" ) }

; ) In tWO hinds 19 times more likely to have : care is far, far greater ..' : i ethan ,: ''f
k come Of pickups Trim Fleetside sn accident than a driver who that offered by \: /
has not been
r Pickup (shown above) . or handy Stepside Pickup with running boards between Has your battery drinking.lost Its Medicare proposal..4, .
oomph Has It white deposits and no additional tax U' \ Iii "/
cab and rear fenders. There are G'fcor 8-f L bodies, plus an extra-long on the terminals It It his, becesaarpi", \i:, ffW; ,,0 :'l1
this r- . .\. ; :
corrosion rob .
can .
t 9-ft Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid battery of power. Wash your oft ': If yon are elderly/; :." ',1.. ./'f'1 -'', t'" I..!

i strips. Tailgate held snugly by antl rattle latches.You get the soda corrosion solution.with This a baking alkal! I : and without'funds for : ''I : \. ,;'

i' needed medical ask i's\ !
i care, .
mixture neutralize the bat- / :
: .
'1 ;
n smooth independent front suspension and self-adjusting ery acid. Wash with clear your doctor about the";-,"' '\'' ',tr.b,1': ,/,' '
water, dry. Then spread vaseline '?) :. I" brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for kind of job. i f [ ll
your on the posts, and reconnect
1 :" 5 .. ,:I
the leads. .I. > % ,,1(,( K'1'amforth Elderly,or :
Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck Come: on BOW, don't you deserve ,is,: E; call your local medical ; ," . .' ,.,

._ a new carT You work : ."' r EOCietyeHEALTH''OPPOm't1NTY -
WS683 hard all week:, take care of "c ,,' )
) ,
the family, even bring home .
some bacon. Why shouldn't ; PROGRAM FOR ,:THB ELDERtY1.: \ ',,' ;)
.DUNCANCHEVROLETi you have a new carT And you ,. ,, ( . .',
can afford itt! With the low ,{ :'HELPS TIIOSB WIIO NEED 1mLP .
prices on Fords here at BILL ', . ,..i.r. I. ,J."j" t'tt'
I PHILLIPS FORD In Venice, I . 1' : ,':. JjWj. ".i

i i; U.S. 41 AND VENICE, one almost of the everyone fine can can in drive the Sarasota County.Mtdi'at'Society.; : ;

ENGLEWOOD ROAD PHONE 488-3067 Ford line. See us wont

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terspy Talks At SAR Meeting 111'. GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Uurc-? Oct.: IS -I"-64-' I r

By DOROTHY OATNOBWomen's ..n.. .. vse
1lb Anita BratvoM of copal Church, chaplain, will YOU CAN> WAYS
coal OM n counterspy for the. offer the invocation and (/otttagi Edlloj rE"3! ::1
Bureau; of Invesggafour Austin H Beebe of 608 r
Not : On Auto
years, will diar Menendcz will report on hi,' : l I
FBI career at theIunChaPtormeBone work as chapter historian Phone Items to 4884806 I 1. LOW RATES
t41llh of Dr. Ward I. Miller of Venice 2, SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS j
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of Gardens will be Introduced - - 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE ':, ,
|,Der can Bevolutlon ai a new member, transferred A writing style that can dents are )lr. and Mr. John I I:1'
from the Delaware switch la a twinkling from Correll, recently of London,
meeting will betauranl duty Marcel Proust through Earl England. He was with the U ce' & \ : '
"one lathe S. Foreign Service there until
Dr Richard P. Eckels Is Wilson to Walter Winchell : \:1'
omandeaKey. president of the fate ordained the writerof this spring and prior to his '
1>at"f invites group aoclal: column How five years in London he served AGENCY :
Dean visiting a ,
eY,St Donls fark'. Epis member. guests members. and many persons did how many In Cuba, Spain, Greece 7tL. 116 W. Venice Avenue J
things that week, and how and South African countries : : I ..
much beautiful "white space" They have bought a home on I Telephone:488.2289 ,::1 :
--SEE AMERICA'S"BLACK the Santa Joseph Street since t
Is left over after news '
;iI )
MUSEUM" goes in, are the absolute they decided to live In Venice .1 I' < 'f :
arbiters of the Immediate -- \
I ANn Ml1BRUM UN U.9, el rN OKh FAME style So, enough of Proust Girl Scouts can equally I ;. I
NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE aVLk.i. and on with Winchell because brave the wild. or the drawIng .
--- today we are pushing the room, such Is their versatility RE-ELECT i 1,1,
ADMIT ENTIRE FAMILY. $1 sides out of the galleys. Several young ladles,
e -0- party-lovers all, who provedit
spa OF GOOD CHARLOTTE FOR ONR: FULL AND VICAR 8ABASOTA FOR RFSIDFNTS COUNTlltS. Not too crowded, though, to recently were Linda Suren- MASEL C I '
kamp, Carolyn Taylor, Shar '
II "Til. OmewCram.. Ptwmlog Cmter In the say that the business and professional
Mhitn! toucher. on Haucke, Lacy Schless,
women of the area
j\. NNMnfli Mb. Thl. E h hlll' . p,lie, rtlrf last Janis Curwood, Phyllis Mor HUSTONDemocratic I :
looked mighty pretty I ,
:::: OPEN DAILY & SUNDAYS-?:30-5 PM night when they escorted rison, Joyce LaRue and Andrea I il

DelI POLICE HALL OF FAME V their handsome bosses to thefestive Beacher. They went : Candidate ': !
"Bosses Night" dinner with Mr. and Mrs Ray y.
they stage annually Beecher (she's the troop lead For '
Everyone there, and there er) to Highland Hammocks I x I '
were many, joined In the State Park, near Sebrlng, Sarasota County ,
1 \i hearty applause at the an- last weekend, and fearlessly ,
Z" R nouncement that City Judge faced a wild boar (dead on Commissioner t
John J. Blair carried off the the highway) and tried to detail District 5 :zt- j:
"Boss of the Year" honor an opossum (or was it ,
this time. a skunk T) without success It,
-0- too, was a victim of traffic, SERVING ALL THE CITIZENS, AND i

!estaurant SpecialsDAY Mrs Drive Merle had Graver not seen of her HIbiscus have else, they attempted say, they it. wouldn't I TAXPAYERS OF SARASOTA COUNTY I

I II sister, Mrs. Kenneth de see I
I II Boehmler of Trinidad, BWI, Shrine Sets PS. H I am enable/ to talk' fo you m personbefore I i

I [IRIMP ...........................-............ 82c Mrs.since de 1961 Boehmler until this arrived week fora Noremoer 3rd, if It because / am H'
I visit Tuesday and must depart Rummage Sale busy. serving yo. at your County Commitnoner. : :
TURDA Y- for home Monday but : }

KED LIVER ..............,.......,...,... 82c they have had a delightful The recently organized MCH i i '! "il'
I FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA at VHS are beginning time, mostly shopping, Mrs. White Shrine Club, Unity Paid Political: Ad "
NDAY- their careen the hard way by washing the towns Graser said Shrine 19, in Englewood will

AST BEEF ................................ 99c windows for I fee, that !is Club members need money for The --vacation the have a rummage sale Saturday FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN '
,! OIIIpl.te !,inn.rlUSED) the group1 activities: and are contracting: : (for window washing " R. D. Clarks took for from Jam. to 2 p.m. at I
f |jobs. of which: they now have seven. Herd at it on their more than three months-included the Englewood Savings and THE GONDOLIER
first Job at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Wyman, a visit with their Loan Assn community room t

Saturday were, left to right, Linda Brown, chairman: Amy daughter (from St. Paul, I\
Wycoff: Shaila Kaplan and Latrelle Griffin. Linda takes Minn) in their former homein
the order for estimates at 488-4406. Cleveland and a visit with
CARS. his brother In Belleview, t,
t . Ohio They toured the Gaspe
Peninsula area and found 1
I Methodist WSCS First Aid Class' time to visit with the William ,
I T. Pearsons of Casey Key f.trJatk .
for Gray LadiesTo who have their summer residence I "
1 Study To Begin in Needham, Mass. The t
, Begin Monday Pearsons will be home after \ TRAVELER ;
The Woman' Society of The second American Red the election The Clarks got :
Cross first aid class of the
back last Wednesday. i
Christian of
Service Englewood

I Grace, Venice Methodist.Nokomls Churcheswill and day season at First here Federal begins on Saving Mon. Dr. and Mrs- E George i l ; 1

of and Loan Assn communityroom Lawrence of Gulf Manor were
join in presentation a .
reception Sunday
honored at a
itudv, The Church's MissionTo Mrs Ross Durant will be at the Lawrence Institute I
New Nations, be.lnning
instructor and major purposeof of Technology in South- ,
Monday, Oct 19 this course is to train Gray field, Mich. The occasion was i
ARE PERFECT The course, to be taught by Ladies for work In the local the first time he was available I
Mr.. Junior Avers, will be schools Classes will be from for "honoring" since he 1
MATES! leld In three sessions, Monday 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through I retired as president of the r
SHOPPING Oct 26 and Nov 2. SetIons Friday, Institute in the summer. He '
will be held at Venice- Mrs Paul Taylor Is chairman is now President Emeritus
Nokomis Methodist Church of the South Sarasota The reception was tendered I I .
ALL USED CARS FREE 1 YEAR WARRANTY Hours for the first two will County Red Cross Gray Ladies by the board of trustees faculty : \
:oe: from 9:30: to 11:30 a.m. programs and asks that alumni and students. .;, ;
I iCORVAIB I S988 and on Nov. 2 from 7:30: to all women willing to assist The Lawrences will return
a 1):30: pm with the program register for here in November. THE SURREY, PRAISEWORTHY NOT ONLY

4Jr., A/T, R&H, exceptionally: clean.:{ At Monday's meet the Enjlewood the class Home from-.-their second FOR ITS COMFORT BUT ALSO FOR ITS .. I '

: Church will lead the trip to Maine this summerare LOOKS START EARLY IN THIS GRAINED I i
$ CHEVROLET 5988 I devotions and a panel of seven Periodontht Will Mr and Mrs. George l I
will present the course Introduction CALF PUMP. TRAVEL LATE. YOU'LL STILL I

STATION WAGON, V-8, Std.Trans., R&H. Very nice: Panelists Miller, will Onley be, Speak At DentalAssistants Drive Elmendorph They have of a Bayshore summer BE FRIENDS WITH YOUR FEET. THE REA \
Grassle, Meet cottage on Penobscot Bay SON TRU WALK'S FLOAT.O-MATIC, A "
Day Richardson Couldn't resist going back to
I FALCON $988 Hardee and Huitema Dr. Garry Tracht, Sarasotiperlodontist see the foliage change from MARVELOUS LITTLE PILLOW OF MAGIC ,
will s e n I I t .. ., ,
pr ""- e I' "
Methodist Church to fall dress, they THAT CUSHION" "PFPS"
STATION WAGON Deluxe, 4-dr., R&H, A/T, Factory : Vamo slides and discuss treatmentof summer r
will dramatization said, but also they are gladto FEET Black' Brown, .
Air. WSCS present a periodontal disease at the be back in Venice now because HAPPY. : 16.95 / -- i/1"! )
under the direction of dinner meeting of Sara-Mam Sweet Kid :" j
Maine already ,
the days are ...'
C08VAIR S118SWr Mrs. Donald Dover. Dental Assistants Society or cold and wintery. ,
e Monday '
Study text will be CharlesW -- ,i I
Std. Trans., Low Mileage, ceptionally: Nice. Foreman' "The Nation The meeting will be held Miss Patty Messer has been
at the Plaza Restaurant at busy since she left here to go
and the Kingdom 7 p.m preceded by a social to Del Rio Texas to live. She BLITCH'S :
) FORD GALAXIE 500. SB88 hour at 6 p,m. Dinner reser is currently holder of the ; '
.... _._.I :
,.,. vatlons may be made by state prize for the best Junior
Wr. HT. Fully Equipped, tncl.:! Factory: Air. calling Mrs Kathy Walker ir high school fire prevention
MOVEDGULF Sarasota at 924-0403 poster contest Patty is the i 1111 i
11 I RAMBLER CLASSIC $$788 All dental assistants In granddaughter.of the C. H SHOE STORE
Sarasota and Manatee Counties Coxwells of Menendez Street { 1 1M
209 W. Venice Ave. Ph. ; \1

Duncan ChevroletS to THE ARCADE Safe' Set

Post 8118 of Veteran. of
231 W. MIAMI Foreign Wars Auxiliary will

AVENUE have a rummage sale tomorrow : 1
41 & Englewood Rd. Ph. 488-3067 and Saturday from 8:30:

Just West of f RawlesHugerman I IPd. a.m. to 8 p,,m. at Norwood
Sheet Metal Co at 221 Seaboard

Mrs Curtis Boyle Is chairman '
J'J'I J'r
Either she or Mrs Harold
Girard may be called to
pick up rummage donations I

Oddfellows PartyMiss

: Helen Beasley and e
Mrs. Virginia Westerman will t +f
be! hostesses at the luncheonand f
1 k'k'I k'd card party today at 1 !! EXIT ONE e W ,
pm Oddfellows Hall in s Pj' ,
Englewood A donation of $1
will be requested.
' F i I
r w
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thru Saturday : .f i I, r T
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"THE CARPETBAGGERS"with If ,1 .j' "

anAllSt. .'It started as a crossroad country store. The profits were saved at Sarasota' Federal], who:.. .' :' :.:- I ,J.
laxColleetor ., Cast then financed new homes all over the area." : :i.t: i'' J. '
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County I II t '
Sarasota :
Tropical Drive-In t11,1 I

I cordially Invite all my friends In the Dane Today thru Saturday After / I
you've seen your 1 3
eeratie, Republican and Independent ranks I SARASOTA

to vote for me .. I need your help to maintain "ROBIN AND THE Realtor or builder about 'm_ rM lIfIIWI['
7 HOODS"and that new home, step by dllrlftl J( 11II[ ml CGDG[ [ )[ [K 3ad? { '
thii office at top efficiency. jj I
aavlngo and loan aaocla>tlon
and ceo one el( our loan

Pol. officers for low cost financing. S
Adv. by "ENSIGN PULVER"and i /r
HagermanCampaign .. It'. easy to get. DOWNTOWN SOUTH.GATE GULF GATE VENICE r "
111I1IAIII flan ..TIM n III nGt m. m 10.TIAI\manly rang see W 90 tAMIAMI BAR 'l "

Treasurer WALL OF ,NOISE" 4 1d


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10-"" GONDOLIER, Venice, PU. TW, Oct. IS 1964

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:, = Sugar Automatic ffecfrfoGANOPENEI CL

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.Y.I SAJ.I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
;1 SAVE 32c-DEI Mo" !HALES OR SU (
; ;, ,.wZho
::1 Peaches . U kll2if F.,
.1! Lima Beans 3W Coo 4 For $1 uwmto

,. OH :. SAVI16cRMONTIWHOU liBtit On With S5 Mc*Oiftr
E : CELLENc'c set
i ; t Green Beans 303 wrw
TMT '"
I ; E1nlin( o .1s >h ud I ..4 w. rep, ;t UII
i, : :'. VENICE Green Beans; Coffee '.'",


:f'\'\ STORE Tomatoes SAVE 25c-DEI MONTE WHOLE. Limit II** 5 For $I 00 @ Mr" 149 ,;h hC:'

,, c.. _ _
I oma t oas. urn.. :I

) Beets . 303 put _
i'' nw1111111 ft W-D BRAND Fresh Frown Oovt.Imp.GRADE A (
y( t Quwtity Rtjfcti' Ri nrd SAVE 17.-DEL MONTE AIL GREEN

j H r Asparagus . gut. 3 $100 FRYER PARTS ,d
," Breast with Rita . .
SAVE 40c-Dtt MONTE u. 59c ult
j r H j FREE THIS WEEK Drumsticks . . . . o h
J Soinach 8 303 c.. LMtEi* $100 ASJORShortening I u. 49c
f,' M
'' j Citation Thighs . . . . u. 49c ,
: ; a'!;: Mar-Crest DEL MONTE PEAS, MIXED VEG. CORN all
( t Wins . . . u. 33c'
f ..n; FUTURISTIC PATTE8N lomato t Sauce 10 '..I.e$100 "' Gizzards_.. ... .._ . . u. 29c F
: ;;, d, I I i: Oral I Soup Spoon Golden Corn. 7 303 CIlIa LIMIt s.r" $100 Boneless Roast . .u. 79c

SAVllc-DEL MONTETomato .
Wtk! CnpM FrtM Book t $5 or Mor. OnUr! O W-D BRAND U.S.Rib Y,
:W," r ;. Redeem the valuable coupon from the bookl.t C Catsup 3 'lot *L ** 49t I Steaks . . .u 99c mr

t !: you received\ the mall( for Tableware, Special SAVE lOc DEEP SOUTH ARMOUR STAR REGULAR

r; : ., Bargalni, plus you get :TOP VALUE STAMPS! Apple Jelly . ." U-HTW. 29c limitOn., Will.. $5 .r M .Or Sliced Bacon . u. 49'

; 'f ', ;t' : Cheese SALE'! PeanufButter 2... Jat 59c Sausoqe . 3 u.. $100 It',''
f'J' SAVE 3e-THRIFTY MAIDEvaporated I I
,1 Pork Roast . . .* 49 :

.. i Spread. . 2C M 49c SAVEI ALL PURPOSS t ( I A Skinless Wieners IZ..,.* 31c J
1cd Oil 24.1. Silo 29c p

, '; .' .Cheddar I 10.1.Pk.. 57e SAVE!Ifc-SUWANNEE FREE 100 Extra t Stamps 'I;
0 ,
Green Beans 303 <. l 10c
tl 1 4i-VAN CAMP'S -1" ii EXTRA :
Cheddar 10% OL 63cSAVE TO VA:UE! STAMPS
t t.I' PII,. .. _
t14 :: Pork & Beans *-3ooc lOc [ W-D Brand
w SUPBURANO. Sliced Frown American" ,Pimlento .
,. SAVEI CAMPI"'S or w.INI :: $139 r

t t,1"\, ;Pi,* Swiss Cheese { :Tomato Soup lovittc- 1 lOc c..w':.Y.UThy.OA.IT.DI A IK ,:

!I '" .'.; .2WMT: ''M... Ii" 'I "..u 1 bflt .'L ',' (II

I I ;1;!\ Iciiilk ;'e1 Eggs Hams seer C.Jor!! King tt!FRty I :

I !;I Half 33cu 39 C 'f Whokor.nuu-A,,.. 6 Pak 69 C $ S9 $ 63 [(

J I Gal. Dozen Two Shank Half 45c I 12 odans 2 2 :

Ih. UIII/t/ Ttn With Other Porcbua f.
I r
t a L It PI
; EXTR4 ;


Twin Rolls 2'p\JM9e c Tin 0 .irFREI50
S I 1.tubwnllhkknnaT.rkny \ .w.NV._ .ICWUC CM_
I Bread . i I6 oL.uw. 19c eat Pies <. \

'i k'k'p; F DIXIE DARLING FAMILY LOAP Potatoes 20 Il Bag 89 ,
,, :i Bread.2 2;, 43c 4 Pak Pkg. I TOfJMLU: !'STAMPS. A .

y/ $ Free 50 Extra Stamps 59' "' MHtPi ?': 59c

fj i .: ', With! CWBM AW PwdtfM tf Af ::-V.nd. IXT I Ibn OA:K I1 M Potatoes 10 Ut. Baa t9c

[k ',r:' FOOdS RED TOKAY J
Cottage C
A Z... 29I'

2-Lb. 55 Meat Dinners fa. 39c MOUNTAIN SARTUn ;
Cup .
j a I' FROZEN RITE HOMIBaked s 1 8 hr
: I 1 'J @ t :
1-1 TOP VALUE STAMPS Bread 3-49. i 49 -
N I Svp.perbrand.ttoa. Apples 5 ..
ONao cw 55e
I c.:'v.w":'.:;" Breaded Sh A I I8oL 49 t FANCY CRISPCelery
N. x H K limp a 2 291


{' +n N w' 4'Chill i W1LLMY.with SlOOCM 20 Gallon! GARBAGE CANS Wh They Sl99 \I

M VtM XE7RC Tin OA 17 Galvanized Last


I Scott TowtlH.UKI o :':== u t..e ; =;i:. Clark'

': 49c IAullronnr 2'i?. S8c IIIH-! ...... 63( Dewl Cr" a 99c ar. sank ... lob
j c....v.....Tin 0*17IWH c;_Y.IId.. IAn 0...17 e..ed V.1ItI11ont or.], I+ P .'looN lAn 0...11 T1w 0".VAl :
ANY BlXlf' O>rWIK f HF> Af A"'Y W'NN' D'1I1P' o."'r rr Al ANY WINN DIXI Kwl K ..:1.A Y WIN'111111'DA IrWIJ(H" Af ANY W'NN.D"' " O'WlY'I' I



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1'14> GONDOLIER Venice, FIs. Thurs.. Oct 15. I9&4-II I
IN THB COUNT JI'D.LJ' ; roury: ,
Nf InstructionFRENCH ------- - -
lessons for beginners DomoMd. Pn.l.III. N... mi
advanced br qualified TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS '
310 West Venice Averse I
d teachers. Call' 488-1487, 1214 HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS: ., I I .

Mange Ave., Venice, AGAINST Yon oro horoby SAID BBTATEl noting: and'rqulydia ; VENICE'S ON[ '' COIN SHOP' +.

CLA SlflD:: ADS Houses For Sale Misc. may III.I.In.t oar .l.lm or tho domond E.tat.which at Blownrt ron WE BUY COINS ,' ''J
For Sale Help 'Wanted Money To Loon B. Seaman. DmnoMd, I'M of Su.. \ j
RATES I 045 Oountr Florid. In tho offlo. of ALSO

I Minfaiam! ; South Venice. Phone 50.000 BTU, with auto. Charlotte County or Venice I Loans. Unlimited funds Mlo.d.ROHM M. month Sonwt.. *from. Florldo th.,d.within to ., tho III: I 11 Yean In Sarasota County. \ ':

Z.Word matio blower, $40. Call 4884754 for Rawlelgh dealer. Full available. Personal appointment not publlmtkn' of thte Notion VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE .. .
evenings time F.rh .1,1, or ......d "..' kt In
a fdr. UnfernlilMi. Snbirbin. Para,. preferred Will consider arranged S. M., Box !In dupllo.t.1 .h.ll Mr .Wto. a
INSERTIONCc Vcnln. ambitious lnoen .: CALL 488.1880
| U'r. Unf.rnl.h.4. Diote part- Many 740, Mldono. Md mot offla
owns LOU JACOII8. ..8-IlIr TWO FALL, SUITS .(men's, how earning $3 'hour and al0... _-tho, .h.U _. .
Per Word size 42)), finely tailored per .worn to br' tho Cl.lm.nt, hU oimt
I up; See G. A. Roberts 1221 Legal or kit ttornn'l 1 ih.ll oomnponMbr . .
RentalsROOM bought recently at $45-$50, 14th St.. Sarasota or write o. 1171 Hint loo nd onr luekol.lm EXPERIENCED MECHANICS

THURSDAY never worn, will .sell half- Rawlelgh, FA 1852'' 1170 roM Tko or dmi.nd tlllnc fo not> .oo...fllod ko (.noil ddoi ko totho Member Chamber of Commerce
UNDAY AND price Three tweed overcoats, Memphis. Tenn.POSITION IN TRI OOUNTY'evoos'a COURT mount of ol.lm. .nd .1.1! !. form!
Private entranceand IX AND roll IARASOTA COUNTY, Iron :
$7-lS, Appointment m bo obtolnoi tho County
bath Near Post Office. Friday, n/OHIDA. lH fllOBATBAQA1MST Judi** I'
70c Each Saturday 4883880. OFFERED, V.nIceEnllewood MARYSEAMAN B&W Auto I'
Call 488-4774 days 488-2537 IN E5 ESTATE or .. "P.>ootrl, of Ui. 5.5.. Repair .1,1, I ,r;
evenings. GENERAL area. Handyman 05050E: JL MITCI/ELi.: nl a....... E. Sounu, I .
lie Each Additional' Word i ELECTRIC 21- yard work, dish washing Dw.d MODERN EQUIPMENT r
Inch Cabinet TV with Da..d. Proloot. PII. Nm TNa Atwn.r 81.1 and Dr.ll.Strort. ''
SLEEPING ROOMS. $1200 er tuning and remote pow kitchen maintenance. NOTICE TO CREDITORS: 121 N_.. EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE !j I
per week. Outside control. Seasonal, Dee. to April with TO ALL CalDfTOU! AND PERSONS Vmin, riorlflm
.. entrance.
.. u.A..t....
J' kr en. =/ :; ::, around, north-south affiliation. IN THE COUNTY Jtlnr.BS COURT BALANCE l:
hMr SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT. Business Personals .' Excellent association to Yea(II IN hmhr l.lm MtlfM: nt raqulnd. IN AND COO SARAPOTA COUNTY ENGINE TUNE UP & r.( I
....1. twh. Gondnlh Y 0.umbe uir < or daiwnd which KM FLORIDA, IN PROBATE I
"'r : Large living room with fire. with family. Person must be mar ..... .sin.t u. E.UIW .f IN RCt ROTATE OF 1'1
: in rwllw dwltkdm 0.a 11. DMMMA 11* .0 OVERHAUL : I
place unfurnlahed THELMA: H TRFSHER i
$00 per Dressmaking, alterations sober responsible, conscientious lore.
8.rusta County. [ In tlw offln! .,
DonHod Prob. Pita Nun t
mo. yearly lea... Close to draperies, eto. Reasonable. and willing to work. at Nom JOHN T, GRAHAM, (aruoutint MOTICB TO CREDITORS AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE I 1101, i: "

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY shopping centers 720 Golf 488-list Apply B. R., Box 746, Venice Couatr Moo,. at Judr..a.r, :. lr'i.I: Cronq., wltbin Come.1:, TO ALL CREDITORS! AND PFR. TRANSMISSION SERVICE h 0 !
Dr., Venice Call 924-8319 col- .... ., _Iho tom tho d.. .r tho SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
,, Edition, per Inch .$3.0C lect after II p.m RUBBER STAMPS made to LICENSED .REAL ESTATE : publication all, .AGAINST...h....... SAID notlflod EOT: ATI..d:IYoo ro- 629 E. Venice: Ave. Ph. 488-3502 I
th I, Edition, per Inch .$3.50 order. Overnight service. people needed. Kathleen ., rod III or dupllutol oiurt b.ll I Do itatotho InwrHln. gnlnd., to fllo) .n, 01.1 l ln or dan.nd.
.. .. 1 fr"
Wilkinson teaches. W pI,IMO of raldrno. ;.nil which you any h. .In.1 th. B.Uto ALL WORK GUARANTEED -
ROOM Office oHIe.
FOR RENT. Reason- personal pocket or spoil- ddw of tho Cl.lm.nti pot b.ll. b. of Th.lm. H. Tn.h.r. D........l,
able. Call 488-1872. stock 488-1432. son or hire. Enroll now for worn to or th. Cl.lm.nt .. amos of. SirHoto Conntr. Florid' hitho
LINER ADS next class at John E. Me- or bit ttornwi I .hill .loMmpinltd 0.r.offloo... of Hon JOHN. T.. GRAHAM.Eiok ,
Countr Judo. I. lit. County
Per Inch 2 BEDROOM HOUSE fur. ABC SECRETARIAL SER Laury Realtor, 262 S. Tami ,b r.,Im a II71 or 4o flllni,.,, (04 not 0 oo nd filed>nr .lucb. ) MuR H..... .t 1.unlO. Florida. with.In .
$1.30$ nished. Laurel. Florida i VICE Ph. 4884406. Mimeographing aunt TraiL Phone 488-5551 or .bo .... Tko flllnf fw m." bo. xlrlrt 01 .1. r.l.nd.r tram .. d.. I
Ih. Clot publlc.tlon .f t0. Hades' ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
room. $70 monthly. No pets or 4885698. to tho. ..tmnin" of claim and cl.lm .,.Im dem.nd .b. /
distaphone. General 10... ., .H nbW..d. fro, III. Coos.b or moot .n0,11i..05
children. 488-3918. J.on'! oW., > In dupllutot '
and 11
CANCELLATION or Statistical Typing, WOULD LIKE: nice dependable tho pluo: of roildeneo sod = offlroittornyi ;
Mailing, Temporary Office SMITH MITLtlKS .ddrw of u. CI.lm.nt I .h.ll bo '
ADJUSTMENT 2 BEDROOM working woman to nom Ie hi'' tho CI.Iw06 55 ..1 0'Io I
APARTMENT.Partly Placement Bookkeeping, all u Admlnlttnlar I of, IS" Tint! ; a MAINTENANCE '
ohall bo aoaompanlod by
with meal and ,
help ft
for cancellation < . furnished Retired General Office Routine.BOOKKEEPING evening Ononto H M taluLAttnn.D"A ) 1 II.71 filing fn and any ruth 'l.:lmv '
qUilts people preferred. Bay Point baby-sit in return for room demand not w filed .hill bo void '
iujtment because of error Subdivision, Nokomis. Phone and board. Own room and Boono, Ruoa piordlnr! , Tht flllnr. fo may 6..40.4.. tht LIGHTING SUPPLIES I '
Income mount of tlalm and .I.1 fornumay
ult bo made for Thurjday 488-1110. Tax, State-Federal bath and entrance In nice Vtnlo.FI.rld.. Powor riorldlAtlornm *. Light Did...., bo nhtalnod from .. County '
BEFORE 5 Wage private home overlookingpark. '..' ludgo'a off .*. !
ONDOLIER p.m Reports (or Adm '-rtto-.
I eel. ., .. Typing, Call PnblLht Dot. .. .. ., ..
Monday. For Sunday CONQUER ITnfnrnlitioi. aub b.n .1. home -evenings, 4882633. 11 55 l Vo P. I MlNonm '" Ea.nla 01 Ih. P ,
i V..I... I Hrtr. ..'.rnl.h.., .,.. your Champion typist H. Teh.r. I I..
BEFORE 5 pm. on O.... LOU JACOBS. art.J55I 30 years experience. Nominal OIP INTENTION ofTha Bate t Cockrill Streets Phone 488.6794METROPOLITAN t .
Fee. Charles Z. Autos For Sale. TORZGI8TKH Attorney H.rry A. Tanor, .
Nelms 1752 ,
Banyan Drive, Venice Flat MAMB ST4TVTB e":1'P1a;: ,
488.3125 across from Venice Phone 488-5254. JI80 T. :Bird ...... .$1,56900 Publ...., Ort. I. I, II It. 1M4
Phone Shopping Center. Large 3 lee,)., to Wdw trim that .. ..n.donltraod .
I960 M. O. Roadster (99. .00I960 ) o.trlni to oa an In anlnioi '- 1 :
room and efficiencies, fur TYPEWRITERS Chevrolet Station ntuW tho flrtHlma nam o(
and Adding WALKERS: .JI7I Soot* Tamiami ReEeefRAYMOND :
nished Low
I annual rental or Machines (mechanically operated Wagon .. .. .. 1,09000 Trail. Vonloi, Florida, ./.., to
Lots For Sale monthly. 812 S. Tamiaml n.uew th. .aid nan. with tho Cltrkof J
) Chemically cleaned 1981 Imp, COOT. .. 1,39900
tho Cltnlt .
IC I and for
Trail. Phone 488-2416, or 488- like new. Just $12(0 plus 1SH1 Corvair ...... 889.00 .> Co ntr. Florida, ar

HNIfR RKSlnFMI'' .OT8VINICB S522. parts if required. All makes. 1981 Fiat ,.......,. 4III.00leGS tab w/Itnow sick dM mt of hand awtmbor;and. offlolal, 1N4. 'Ml District No. 2 GOP Life Insurance Co.

BUSINESS SITES 4 ROOM DUPLEX, 2 bedrooms Venice Stationers, 211' W. Volkswagen.. 1.28900; Justice. of Peace
OWNER' LOU JACOBS. let-111f W4UI R'1.
screened porch. Venice Ave. 4884113. 1982 Chew II, r sa't ._' ''''') paid political<* C. A. "Chuck" Reiter C. T. "Chuck" Reiter "
.. gas
4-door .. .. 1,39000 Publhh,. 0.1. I. UU. '
Seasonal Roberts Bay Drive Ph. 488-4590 :
Ph. 488-0321
Houses For Nokomis. Phone 4881333.ON' 1964 Imp. S. 8, air 3,3911.00

SHEPARDLUMBER '1964 Falcon 2-dr. 1,799.00NATJONAL WOLFER MOTORS Inc. For Information vitlioiit obligation check the plan I
THE BEACH at Casey CO. you art 'Interested In ,
1 mile Soinh of
beautiful Nokomis Ave. RAMBLER DODGEMS
Key 1 and 2 bedroom I
Bedroom, 1 Bath home apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 1003 N. Washington Blvd. 'Venice Shopping Center S. Trail 488-1965-488-6150 I I CLIP THIS COUPONMail

lib Florida room, living and $1,200. Call Don Heath, Sarasota Phone,4884504RAMBLER' SPECIALIST IN. . i
MID with fireplace, dining 488-2151 or 488.8688. call! AMERICAN 2 To ( I LOSS OF INCOME
ewer, sidewalk, paved 1 & 2 BEDROOM houies nice. ELLIOTT PAUL Door Sedan 2300, 1964.miles.Practical.$1890.: Repair Lubricate: Chassis P. O.; BOX 128 I I RETIREMENT INCOMEEDUCATIONAL

reel. Beautifully landscap- ly furnished. Walking distance for Call ny new owner 488-3233. Front End Alignment Oil Change Venice, Fie. ( I FUNDS
d. A real buy at $12,900. to beach. Utilities In ROOFTRUSSES Front End Overhaul Adiuit Headlight Beam, 1

. . cluded. Fishing and boating. Alum. Windowi & Doors Boats For Sale Wheel Balancing Etectrtcsl: : Repair ( I ANNUITY ( ) HOSPITALIZATIONGROUP 1 I II

Banking 4 bath, With 2 bedroom centraleat Yearly or seasonal 4885127. Contract Roofing & Painting .. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand I ( ) LIFE INS. ( I ((5 or morel<,<: ) I
Radio Repairs Trantmtiiton
lid Repair
and air conditioning. FURNISHED APARTMENTS Phone 483-2132 Venice 1962 MODEL, SHOUP Outboard Name _____
itj water, sewer, side- reasonable. Walk to beach >>ft. -inches L. by Atrcondittontnq( Repairs end Installation -
all Close to shopping. and shopping. Call 4883447. 7-ft. B.; Good condition. $550. Street .City.

Veil financed. Priced at Evenings, 4742569. Mobile Homes Phone 4882674. After 7 p.m., araaMM6asd Phone Age ;

14)95.,) 4885019.: _
. .
VENICE GARDENS Misc. For Sre! I MOBILE HOME OWNERS 14' GULF LINER, top, windshield rent a car from ECO NO-CAR 1

yean-old. Well under bank CAN AVE INSURANCE controls battery ;
3 LOUNGE CHAIRS davenport -I $ $ $ WITH NEW MOBILE tank, _tc. 33 HP. Evlnrude
appraisal. 2 bedroom, 2 ; 1 1is
G E. roller type vacuums elec. start, Hurricane trailer oI I
entral alto, large heat Florida and air room conditioning -, cleaner, Maple. platform HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE POLICY new tires, spare wheel and we so big Attention Drivers!

plus refrigerator rocker, G.E. combination Exclusive with Edge-Van 'tire. Complete and lots of extras v
heat and air conditioner. All Excellent cond. Call 488-
reezer, washer and dryer, excellent condition and reas Oradale Agency 2852. 'cause we charge so littleAmong
drapel and rods rugs, Example: '
newer and garden tools. onable. Ph. 488-6205. $ 4,000 Broad Form Perilson OCTOBER
24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruts- '. ;
Unusually nice land capin,. CLOTHING, Mainly new Coach (No de. Ship-to-shore radio. the "Big 4" In ear rental. ECONO.CAR 'Is First I
Priced at $15,900 Suitable students, business ductible on. windor er. head. In Savings I Rent a Vallint or other Chryiler built car
FRANK C. hall) Depth finder. from as little I as 3.99..Including gas and oil, Iniur-
RAEBURN man, rather tall, slender, ice I Double planked Mahogany ante, Mat belts Cell for Inquiry, pick-up or delivery&GQNOCM /
Realtor 42. Wool sweater, coats, jackets 1,200 On Contents (Includes hull. 1700.' Call Venice 488- YOUR BIRTH MONTH? '

231 I W. Venice Ave. $3 up. Overcoat $9 Shirts Theft at no 5455 or see at Tarpon Center .
: :: "
Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 ((15"j': ) $1. Slacks $2-$3 Big additional cost) Marina. ''r

PPOINTMENT shoes, socks. New Rogers 400 Additional LivingExpense IF SO check d flyer'scense.
ONLY. Sple- please
1\t '
I del Peet suit. 488-3860. Used Trucks i
S19 Gulf St, Venice. 10,000 Personal Liability 99Iw :

fhonj 488-3217. EXPERT HAIR STYLING 250 Medical Payments ea. I '."'
// It need renewal :
YONS BAY AREA. Noko- Instruction in Sarasota's PLUS other extensions of '62 INTERNATIONAL R-185 Iran IP, may .1..
mil newest and finest school. coverage too numerous to tractor. New tires tt Paint. "
1 5 rooms and bath, Fla.
]mom and porch. Central duct Basic and advanced courses. | mention, Perfect. $3595 West Coast
hat, built-in stove and Carroll's Beauty School 2828 i $57.00 per year In City or Truck Sales, 3450 No. Wash- .
fireplace. Tile roof. Garage oven. N. Tamiami Tr., U. S. 41 and I adjoining parks Slightly ington Blvd., Sarasota. (Rt. GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER JOHN T. GRAHAM ,

ind 27th St., Sarasota Phone higher outside of fire pro 301 North).

hi;. ,.carport.$75.00 month.Mm $500 Call down 4881.56 -, 355-6844. I tection.EDGE-VAN ORSDALE VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. ....,...11 Sarasota County Judge .1

TrI-County Equipment CO. AGENCY __... .:r_ I "
118 W. Venice Ave. ------------ -

Waterfront.VENICE GARDENS$$14,500 BELL RD. 955-5705 SARASOTA, FLA. Telephone 48I-Z289 e LARGER I' :' i""

"g. 85x120 foot lot on big / DISTINCTIVE
J,ke. 3 T/I/'J/ wed IpecioOil
bedroom bath with
rower oft Master Bedroom. Clack & Decker Tools Situations Wanted Real I Estate C ,

fall oven, matching refrlg- ornerD )
rotor and eating space in SAF-AIRE GAS HEATER. EXPERIENCED MEDICAL ,
khen Financing available. new condition, 140,000 BTU. SECRETARY desires part- .J
IYRON McGLYNN Realtor Original cost $150.00. Will sell time work. References Resume :

"2 Shamrock Ph. 4884974. for $40. Duo-Therm upright on request. Phone 474- i; ,
heater with fan, excellent condition 1086. GULF SHORES
OWNER> MOVING to East $20.00. Call 474-2814 at.ter I I

Coa... Must sell 2 bedroom, 11:00: p.m. BOOKKEEPING at home or 2.B.droom. I Beth. Garage; SClMn Porch Eleetrlc Range ADVERTISE IN I
baths office. 23 ex- FOR BEST RESULTS -
Florida room, largo and CloM to This comfortable home
/"I' room, enclosed i 6x9 GREEN TIBER RUG, perlence. Write Box 2. Laurel. / ,
. corner alb on .n 80'1150' Lot for Only
o construction. On i like new. $10. Ph. 4884674. .
ot i In Venice Gardens. All for Help WantedCAR $111000 ;'I
than> $12,000. Phone 488-
; .
J"K after I 6. Steinway Knabe Everett -r
p.m. HOPS, boys or girls.Ages THE GONDOLIER .
;:j Bedroom George Steck Winter Cable 18 years and up, part or Y ou'li be lurprhed . by our FRANK C. RAEBURN t.' I \ 1
K'tson Fayette S. Cable full time. Doc and SUd8.DRIVERSALESMAN. modem storage service at : i
like new furnished Hallett & Davis
modest ,.t... Plenty of room ;
; .
"T wfurnished \ :
WiU sacrifice Musette Players
251 W. Venice Av. Phone 488.1600-488-2649 1
vaults ( "tightsqueaks"
;f3 Cypress, Edgewood Sec. Pianola Players 1301 So. Venice By-Way.. In our no
: :
Ion. Organs- Hoods Dairy Inc. here). We also pact I

3 Allen Lowrey end ertte. Phone TODAY. I H I'
conditioned CB House in COMPLETE RECONDITIONED teachers needed. Training THINK OFla LOTS OF LOTS i LOTS . Harbor Drive, .

ienlc, Gardens. Phone 488- REBUILT AND FULLY GUARANTEED available. Apply 1233 Gulf- 5 LOTS-South Venice $3560: Cadiz, $4445: No o- Ai Conditioned ;l I

p week days and before 6 PIANOS AND stream Ave., Saralota.SERVICEMANReliable. $1500.00 mil, $3900. 101. down on Central Water and ";'i \'
III. Weekend and after 6. Sanitary S.wer. '
483,1770. ORGANS local 3 LOTS Oil Large Laka .ny. Bedroom :
Screened P.tio. 2 ,
FROM $125.Florida's to 40 $1250.00 I
needed, 25
3 Co' man KERMIT L I Bath Dwelling t
BEDROOM Largest Music Venice ,
HOME bondable. LOTS-South
near Must be 2 '
years. YardBO's100'
wools, stores' and play. CANNON MUSIC CO. Steady work, good pay. Will $ Well for Garden and 1'1'1'1'I I
croun4 Rent or tell, only 875 1301 1st St.Opp .. train. Insurance and pension Warm Mineral\ Sp.MICKLETHWAIT 541 Shamrock Blvd. II
m0 Ph. 488.1231. Florida Theatre Phone Orkin for TOTAL PRICE $12.700
& Fri. till 9pm. $ REALTOR I'+:
Open appointment. 488-1991. BYoo H. N. WIMMERS
GARDENS 2 ted- 858 1019 GULF ,
I Phone 801 Drive I 4N
1% baths. Paneled l4891.equn
Wi'll." P. Toole, R.g. 'ro'er
I'wrlda good
room cathedral ceil.s. 8-FT REFRIGERATOR 4621 221 W. Miami 488.5101
l"1 central heat. Av.ilaole i condition. $50.00. Phone 488- Barrett Approved Ruberoid Approved 216 S. Trail 488-6738 I y td

.VO.queet., 4888397. .i 3912. - ... "\,, : i.


A beautiful oil fum ci$100\ i iZ I aq
home me.
II0NI11' New 2 Br. In area, + d

!Hg| CORPORATION outs sEat H. N. W/mmerf/ Reolfor Br. Furn. Dupx. rent yearly.8, 75 mo. '

Member Chamber of Commerce .. Cottage Se. Porch, yearly at .. . .. ..-.$ 65 mo. T ,

Conditioning LESTER DAVIS ROOFING. CO.. W. neerf renfoMingt/ on 2 & 3 Br. Aomet" ywA.,.. ; l
Heating and Air' JOHN C: BENNETT' Agent for Western Union Teltf l V PhMowlay "

Htatlng 6 Air Conditioning Installations Complete lUofmg. Cwitrato' thrv Friday 9 t. S; Saturday te I HAZEL I. CONN '

Gas Ranges Water Heaters 'SPRAY- 'COATING CLOSED, SUNDAYS .... lUUt WTATI MOUI: GALS .. BUICM Ajiidrtl I i i"I

Free Irtlmetei, On Tiff, AiWites;and lull Up ..... HUf KEIF VENICE CLEAN TANIANIs4n.NOStn Of ALSI1 *O. HOKOHII.,,TLA. t ,
1'ItOJOII M ._... ... ..-.tI. I I t rq$
Small 4t
No job Too Blq or Toe No'om"'FI." eat,:4UINI3V.
161 So Trail Venice P" 488.2271 I '

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GONDOLIER, Venice, Ms. Than, Oct IS, 1964'Gift'

4 8Y 12.7 SCORE VHS Indians Host Bulldogs

In Non-Conference Clash /

Touchdown Boosts The Indiana of Venice High that there would be severt,

s School will return to the changes In the starting
friendly confines of their up following losses to Sera
field tomorrow night sots and Southeast
t home on
when they meet the Arcadia live weeks He Idvlsed sulrea

Southeast Over VeniceBRADENTON Bulldogs In a non-conference starters would not be 1 hit

game after playing three nounced until game tim to
straight contests on the road morrow night.

Christmas end Steve Summers on the the second period. Venice's Venice is 2.2 on the season, Arcadia '

I came early: to Southeast High Venice 11 Two rushing plays longest run was a 22-yarder : while the Bulldogs have won diane, 20-8,swamped laat the Ice '

School Friday night in the gained 10 yards and it was by Peden during the final series I r three and tied one. The only: of the poorest year is, one

form of a gift touchdown flnt-and.coal on the Indian of downs of the game t common opponent has been showings of the offenal

from Venice High a> the one. THE STATISTICS + Naples, who was downed by Venice A majority season bl

Seminoles downed the Indians The Venice defense got Venice SE Arcadia by a 13-0 score and Bulldogs are back ot tht

12-7, In a White Sands Conference tough at this point and threw 1st Downs 11 11 defeated by the Indians, 20 son, including giant this sea!
I clash before an overflow Southeast back to the five Yds. Rushing 162 143 14 Comparative scores would brough, 23S-pound yea

: crowd of nearly: S,000. where the Indians took over Yds. Passing 46 25 thus give the Bulldogs a 7-, tackle

I The "gift" came in the on downs. Joelson picked up Total Yds 208 163 point edge over Venice Tomorrow's contest *u

form of an Intercepted pass five on a quarterback sneak Passes Att. 13 9 Jim Powell, Venice head start a five-game home sand

''t : : by Southeast's fine fullback and then threw the jump pass Passes Comp 6 4 mentor, indicated this week for the Indians

k : Ron DeSear on the Venice 11- that was intercepted by De- Passes Had Int.,. 1 0

( :I yard line after the Indians Sear Punts 2/32 2/33 _. --
had taken a 7-0 lead on their Neither team could get a Fumbles Lost 2 0
4 first series of downs. successful drive going after Yds Penalized 25 0 WINNERS IN THE Punt Pass and Kick Contest second in Age" 10; Tom Smith, first tn Age

Three plays following the the Initial Seminole touch- Venice . .., . 7000-7 sponsored locally by Bill Phillips Ford, II I It Larry Jeffrey, third In Age 12; David P L

Interception deep in Venice down until late in the third Southeast ., . 060 (-12 are shown her proudly displaying their awards Stone, second In Age III: third row: Jack SANNOUNCES

territory the host Seminole quarter when Southeast took Scoring: following completion of the event on Lenhart, fint in Age 10; Wesley Turner, BILL I

eleven scored on a three.yard over at midfield following a i V-Joelson, yard run Saturday. From left, front: Frank Cole Jr. third tn Age II; Dana Miranda, third In FORD

pass play from quarterback Venice Southeast punt. Takes Lead Peden. run good for conversion second In Age 12 group; David Moser, third Age" 13; Kirk Tischler, first In Age" 13; Ben

I Ken Fullerton to end James With DeSear and left halfback SE-Blair, 3-yard pass from In Age 10 group; Mike. Haucl, second In Steele, second In Age 13. Tischler registered

Blair, The pass batted for down the extra and Tim Davis alternating Fullerton. Pass for extra Age 8 group; Died. Stone, first in Age 9 a 268/2 for the highest score In the overall

r the point Indians was were still out in at carrying the ball, the Sem. point failed. group; William Kachman, second In Age" 9; competition. Steel and Miranda tied for'

j I front, 7-fl And that's the way: InDies began to chop away at SE-Chambers, 4-yard pass Robert Keating, first In Age 8: second row second with 2I S's and Lenhart scored a 210

it was after two quarters oft the Indian defense Eleven from Fullerton. Pass for extra John Ashworth, first In Age 12; David Bird, for third place.
plays later Southeast was point failed
play .
ahead 12-7 on a four-yard I
Venice completely dominated -
play in the first half, registering pass from Fullerton to right FINAL64s
halfback Don Chambers The
eight first downs to
I extra point failed and the BOWLINGGyro's I THE SKILLETW.
one and compiling\ yards home team's lead was still
rushing and passing to only
I five points.
12 for the Seminoles The
Early: in the fourth quarter Fradr. (.'lo.. Black Label shod a T, GRANT CO. PH. 488.5075 I
j second half was a complete Haskins thrilled the Venice Lanes IIS. and Old. and Lou Kelly. Eaay Wayleanera
turnabout as Southeast rack ( hit SOO right on the noee.Tom Rialto Shopping Center
three fans with a 60-yard touchdown BIU Pkllllpe Fere) MI... -Web Fnocha waa on. pin better with
downs to
ed 10 first
.: up 101 Floyd Hunt alea of Easy WayCleanen
run On an Intercepted Burin W T Grant team ran away
I for the Indians and added 156 with the honora for thle week. bowl. tallied I0 and Bill. Grove SPECIAL OFFER '
pass However, the play was totaled S40. with gll tola hind 64 FALCON
from to Ins wltb' a 117. alnile and tut' go
v. yards scrimmage only : ;:. bowline E5., Way Cleanen Huh
called beck and the Indians Jar, Fred, Terminal Tranaport woo
72 for Venice I. .....1... a III .Inal. and 160 wrist (or tha three tame ..fl.. with, 2K67 CARRY-OUT for $2.60 $1395
'+ 64-Yard Drive were penalized 15 yards for T... Enmb L.nd 0 aun .hot tie rarllnga Hlack Label! .bowled 1012 for
high alnnle Standlnmt Budw._ $100 Dn $47.50 mo.
pass interference .nd 055. I. Ila.neld T..ln.1 No .,..
The Indians took the opening I. ... hlah for tII. idle with IM4. kl/..4V, Enilewood Bait 11-t and BUCKET OF CHICKEN
kickoff and marched 64 The only sustained drive by Pat Carn.r. Land 0 Sun led with ., Way Uranera 0.7. Howl..0 I theWeek - - -
Venice in the second half 491 for blab am. Standln" 01. Wll fradr with 110 pin aver
yards in 10 plays to post a IOn'. 5.k., 11-1. Tor..ln.1 Tr.n. 50..645Shwiff. WHOLE 2'/' LB. CHICKEN ((10 PIECES) WITH
came with 2:47: to in the ..'. '
6-0 lead with 1:4: remainingin go pmt No I 14\10-11/0/ and Boral DuW. 8h'rlff R 11. Bo, J..I.. lb French rib. Colt SWV
game Taking over on their K.nn" 11.7. Ail.. B.... .... tho blgrun I Fries 64FAIRLANE
the first period. Quarter- 13 the Indians reachedthe BIB ..10_....'. A...- 011 ...In with n8. 110 nod 190 doe Hot Rolls
own 1595
back. Ray Joelson tallied the Seminole 31 before time = ::t'J: 100, I-:1.I.n: ;:thawomen 4 totaling with 5501 a Barnes nice .Inl.M..r.....pen.Ih5.uoh of ALL ORDERS PACKED IN FOIL LINED BUCKET $
six pointer from two yards out. and .h. she 10.... the. Bowler III and 415 wdw. loots Hutr .ttor $100 Dn. ... $54.00 mo.
ran ..... Telephone Ahead
.f a Shot .m. amO huh with .
out on second-and-goal situation the Month Wendell Lee of theM
a Venice is now 1-2 in the Kw Agnn loom put "", ..har Inww 117 and 177 ,.,... Jo.kle Bullock YOUR ORDER WILL BE READYI! - - -
\ Right halfback Paul of lee 101 .nd Lao n. a .. of with W2: end 151 'o total
i conference and 2-2 in overall : :
Peden scored the extra point to .lead. the .man M.... Bourcet, Wilt put toswhw gswwISO WEEKEND
play. Southeast is 2.2 on the Venice Gardens team wu..d. lorn enItement 14' ."d In for 421 to .1..d tho SPECIALS 'MFOBD
( on a run.Joelson. season all contests having when .h. converted the t.7. was for tho .1...
Peden, fullback 10 split Mw. Flown- Shop 101 and THURSDAY!
I John Henne and left halfbackTerry been in the conference oorlnt 2291 waa Wendell kith all Lea th.rolled war for th. tram moat Myakka\ Lanes ALL THE CHICKEN YOU CAN EATI $1895
Peden was the leading
Haskins all had a handin p1..vw hlnh ...,.. for th. Bowler Golden Brown Chicken $100 Dn. ... $59.80 mo.
ground gainer for the Indians of the Month Btanitlnnl Grove City _I.I Ev.nta
J racking up rushing yard with 89 yards on 16 carries "II" 11-4. Enalowoocl Bav15n It lens Sntrh Doable Saturday nllht at I NO ASKING FOR 2nd or 3rds . - - -
: age in the scoring drive. Two 14-41 ..a, Th. Jour R'. 11-8. and I:10 pm.Bowler .
completions to end Charlie for a 18 average Henne was MI. WlvwNdra 0... of the Month Tnmgejent, YOUR WAITRESS WILL! OFFER YOU MOREl '
pass next with 40 yards in 10 attempts 'In.1o wt. hlah with 171 and 4'8, Sunday afternoon at 1:10 and I:80 64 FORD)
Hodges of seven and 14 Warden T7I for team .Inala and SIDE SALAD, FRENCH FRIES OQ-
: for an average of four M.tron. 'II" 124' for .... oori. girls( Myakka Lanes lest.... .bowleraIHIble
added to the march. OOC 1895
yards yards per carry. T.... ..5.ndlm.t wude115.5. 8ta... for Bowler of 11>. Month ROLLS & BUTTER . . .. $
Southeast couldn't gain following 7-1. Sentlnelall) and Maitewler '..10.I. event). FRIDAY
.1. Venice's i kickoff and DeSear and Davis bore the of the Weekl Tab I II.t... with $100 Da. ... $54.00 mo.
brunt of the Seminole attack, 09 plmMaaonai. ww 10.. wwaxa MlVe ta......, 17-moo-old .bowllni ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EATI!
punted from their own 40 M..I. LNa.. H.rold Mann. In the Venice Cenlnr Hlih School
Haskins fumbled the punt on each carrying the ball 19 RI,... III .nd III ww binh for .10. League. rolled a his 24* Ram. Sundayevening Golden Brown Fish Fillets - - -
times DeSear netted 70 Squarea 780 elncle ,.m. .nd to the highest of
pat Irame NO
the Indian 21 and the recovery the PIma 2221 waa hleh for teameerlea. th. ...not season hey .t Mygkka or . .
was made by SeminoleI yards for a 3.7 average and Team gtandlnrel Ruffian 17. Lan. for lot only the Junior Lea. YOUR WAITRESS WILL OFFER YOU MOREl/
i Davis racked up 69 yards fora I. Meetara 14-t and IIno 11-1. -.... ruga, but alaa the xrownung too.Starting .
Ion 'R th. W.eb H.rold Man. with with 184 and .. Bill FordSo.
j ; earn warm.Ina TATAR SAUCE SIDE SALAD Phillips
3 (
average .. TO-
10 54n over hi. .v. ... ? UD to a 171 ......nd frame he
Re-Elect The victory was the thirdIn Edte-VanOrdeele. .Insurance Leana .._ hla third ,.m. with five FRENCH FRIES ROLLS & BUTTER / C
: -SUIIa Beach, She, l.... tolled atrlkai In a row. then left th. 10 pin
t a row for Southeast over ..,. .... SATURDAY:
201 for .
hi.h ilnale I N. on a good hit. (he mind the ware).
RAYMOND Venice and the second in succession B.... G G M........ nut together came back with .p,., then three TOPS IN TASTE SIZZLING
1 I Its. 104 and 160 for ails'" BhoeaIng GOODNESS
old fashioned wrier "rl. In row bets a thin hit left Trail Phone 488-6787
gained by
I District No. 2 GOP .. I led the "I.,,. with 1017 ilntle the Si.. pin .hl.h h. spared for his % lb. all bttt "STEAKBURGER" .
possession football. end tf l ..t_. Team gtandlnHelen ..,. beaitlful. toe lame.
r Justice of Peace Longest gain of the night r.rCt It.5 irJ 'l'p larbeww. Tub Jim Slkora. praaldrnt of the leaem.. with golden" French fries, crisp lettuce, gardenripe
I . .;. 14.4. 0.- Ih. Hilt 000 ...1.. tor "'. 67c "Your Volume Deafer"DELUXE
paid political) did for the Seminoles was a 21- I... of th. W..... 11011.. -h with Junior Lsn.w this ywr. .bowfin. big tomatoes end our own Special Pickle Chips
yard by DeSear inl, as Oh' ow h. raw..I Of 112.178-111 for a 80. sorlw
i a scamper Dawn Chwnlet MI... Loa., and winninw tho gblgoo ..w.ddJunlw .,. ... ....
Keltner. Keltner. Prlntlne. roll. Bowfin bF No AJBC for a
ed 1(1 151 and 170 for lit to leadladlaal .00 urlr. -..=
WILLIAM P. TOOLE lho Bob Stenhenaonam C.peH. Lind. M.n.... III ..m. and 404s
.. \\..... 182. 181 and 171 for .rlw w.. blah for tho 5irl Loon..rd .
5455 Pannlll Cu.'m Upbo"lo" high Cran. .....nft with 18.-1111 and
INSURANCE AGENCY INC. alnile with 781 and F bllMarketa Pant Shaver. a 171.
hlirh team ..,I- with 126ti, There. .'H1 room fnr mora .bowlenIn
218 s. TAMIAMI TRAIL T... atandlnmt Doa Ball Real Batata I our AJ BC Jun or Bowling LeatrueaRe. .
14.I. Cape Rate Water 11-f and tha Uaffua of II..... o. drop In ., SPECIAL "
P...... of En.I....... "7. Bowlera' of I.,. and make your wlahoiknown. !
SAVE MONEY the Week Helen Keltner. lot plm .
over: averan and Ed Pannlll, tt pin. -
New Mobile Homeowners Policy ova, .meow Saparler Heatlnr- aollnt Carp flnnday ..
Mood In..n. MI... Taro Ml.ed Los... Standard Heat-
r..l. G.rlwk. .th..n Prinl! It8tampln" Inn Be..I... 881-1188| Harold Smith
I Covers All Your Mobile Home Liability and Doris Groen.. Land >7t blvh ..'1.. for Venlca-Nokomla
I. o Sun lid for honors for his 11,1.1.5.w. Rank t Bill Etahl. 228 hlvh came for
Under One Policy with 1171 rloren.. &nanl Standard Hoatlnr Servteei SharonMoattrow
aunaut Model roll" bleb .Mw with 601 high ..rl.. for Stand
4101 iierry Commodore" (bow. South ard Heating Service) Adeline Hathend
} EXAMPLE: Vent. Club rollM 184. JR8 sod Sharon Msairrow tied with 200 GENERAL ELECTRIC
Ito for hlirh gerlea of 5901 I Gulf Wind each for blah came. 0.10..I
$ 4,000. Broad Form Perils on Coach (No Deductibleon Marina rolled the hllheat for team aeoraai Qlnny Btahl 1.0.l Madn. Pow.n t
.00.. with tt ilnvle and 179. a,rleaBtandlntat . 178 Claudetta Whit. let. Jo
Wind or Hail) Smith V.nAn./ Volunteer Rmuld.n picked up the ,.T-10 split.
$ I,200. On Contents (includes theft at no additional Fire Oept 10-t, Southern Burin 0..... Devlin 185. Fred Shin 198 Steam Dry
Stamping; 104 The IB a .104 Hamld Smith 110
cott) Trail Coin Laundry 104 and South For more bowline results
Venice Yacht Club 104. Bowlegs' of 4,;
$ 400. Additional Living" E,pene. the Weekt Salt Laraen with 10 ping read the Sunday Gondolier.

$10000. Personal Liability. over averaira and Gerry Cover 110 pin.

I $ 250. Medical Payments, PLUS other erientiont of 4545 R...resew.... r.n..1 lieu LH Indians IRON
tounp wa soh. hl" tae In
I coverage too numerous to mention. lhi..wbs bo.llno with AI... 10100" ,
$57.00 in with with high ,.m. of 1.2. Jn F,..-
per year city or adjoining parks approveed .
f Inl high eerlea with ITl and hirh
water supply. Slightly higher outside of fire pro tsom ,.m. ot 'ftl red, ..'i__ with Open Season I WITH YOUR WASHER PURCHASE
2004. 5tandinpt Tam No 1 Kq
I tection. H.."" .. 0.5. Taw N. 5 Huron
f Huwlg. 4'4x4.54 T..w N. I4V.444.
j Call or Telephone US For Bowies of .... W..I Ala
I Today M..... .. pIn. ......... Here
Other Quotations TM S.a L..,5. Bill Van TodayVenice
I. R... Florid. Plnw Mobil. JI.m.
THIS IS NOT EXCLUSIVE WITH Perk. oonwted tor ISI .Inll. sod LP1 BIG
I I THIS AGENCY. .11 K.rl 5.rk. Bn4wd.w. ..11001 Junior High's Ill LB. I
729. ItO .nft 1'0 for t74 _I..! Will Indians will get their 1984
I football season under way
this afternoon at 4 p.m. when t- n
i they play host to Sarasota ___
i ath4
a SEE Junior High In a Sarasota ___
County Junior High School WASHER

i League contest
: t Coaches Ralph WInsett and

Don Heath have had a monthto

j get their charges ready for 2 CYCLE FILTER-FLO

ia[ the opening; game, but have aY

@ @ w@rI been plagued with injuries ''
and illnesses especially to The greatest washer .. '

I backfield candidates. How-

ever, these ailments seem to value we .have ever
i have been shaken for the

I ) MotbePirk\ [ most expected part and to all suit"hands"are up for offered! 'You must

) t tI the contest.
'I r.
I The LI'I Indians will starta hurry as supply Is M o-
BEFORE YOU DECIDE! line averaging 151 poundsand

LUXURIOUS COUNTRY CLUB LIVING FOR LESS THAN $1.00 A DAY. a backfield averaging limited.

IJ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY NOT IN THE DISTANT FUTURE.Everything's I 146 for an overall team aver
of 150.Veterans.
i her. now for your pleasure. Swimming Pool-Picnic Area- age returning along
1 : Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard the forward wall are tackle

i j l KenfosleiWcferf/ / / ro Adult! Only/ No Pets Victor Maurice and guard 95wf ,

t. DIRECTIONS: Go East on Venice Ave. Turn Left at East Gate to Colonial, I Mane Don Heath. Backfield veter. $1 189 : t 6 ,
I TELEPHONE 4886118 I ana are Steve Schepp, James : .,
tr i j Ham, Jim Clements, Ward dt
e. rm.rrnw..w! Curry and Bob Austin Model r
: . l
> and Austin
Clements were
',' f
,''Lj linemen last year, but have WA550 !

tA been shifted to the backfield

to add strength to that department -

.L .
: si
Probable starting lineup:

LE-Pete Gurda ((130)) ; LT

r Victor Maurice ((180)) L iNO DOWN

: Richard Austin ((130)); C Jay

i I Taylor ((143)) : RG Don

Heath (145); RT-Bob Ham-

ilton ((165), RE-Steve Deans PAYMENT

il ((165)r QB Tolly Bowles

(140)t LH Steve Schepp Open TU I

((133)), RH r-: .Jamea Ham WITH TRADE

f I + t"z s a5. (130) or Jim Clements (135)); VENICE SHOPPING CENTER,
FB-Ward Curry (158) or
-- .
Bob Austin ((130)). 'r"12.The ,

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