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 19, 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: VID00243
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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GibbsBoed. to be in all 01 them a. 100I1 .. ;
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colD 1ft the foe' his __ All-Yealoe 0penCI a
,. recently joined Leco we can catch \IP with proch_ iltlon.
citletl iatha
in t major
paper mo
Jo The entire manutacturincoperat1oa .. general manager. He It is an the more '
United States chances are 58 done right hen re'I''I''I'markable '
carne here from Fairfield, in Yiew of the
it will Into brand ,
ao a new in Venice, from cuttint and he took early that less than alO our
. Conn., where a rear
, modern rack made in Venice.Tha It I
the metal .heets
Itamplna retirement as vice-president little more than
I coln-operated racks are and the final paint and general manaaer of Bry. ord :.' 1 ;,

. manufactured by Leco Engi.neerlng job in the color specified b1 ant Electric Co., a IUbeldl.ary Clevenaer, menlfestlng the I .
'1 I and Machine Inc, and the individual newspaper. of the Westlnahouse Corp."Since . a m e enthusla m, aald, II"II"I I
''Ii. are the brainchild of Lee Because of widespread acceptance :- Incorporatln, we "Prospects for future 11'0wth ;,
i.r. Brewton, the firm's founder of hi. rack, Brew. have now truly become a o, ,
. and prealdent.Brewton ton has recently reorasn1zed community operation," aaldBrewton ::ra: e / :t : :; !

went to 'IIYOrk developlna and Incorporated Leeo with who laId his enal.neerlna areater than our present abiJ.. t I i
the racks last December virtually all the .tock in the buslneu In the Chica.go ity to produce. I I"We ,.
Production started hands of area residents and aboard area in 1961 to come hereto are expandinl II rap. I
early thIs year. Since then of director. made up semi-retire and who now Idly as our fscl11t1es can be
ordere bave been received wholly ot area businessmen. finds himself back in business increased and expect to more I (
from major newspapers in 40Itates fulltlme."It tlon In the :
Officers of the corporat1on ::; theJo .
and Canada.Leco's Include George E. Youngber, is truly remarkable how I t I
racks ao under the Sr" board chairman; Brew. our rack hal caught on. It 58 "Thls is a relatively new

brand name "News-Hawk" ton, president; J. O. now beln, uled by new.. market and newspapers over
and ar. being distributed byBerkly5malJ , vice-president and aen.eral papere from Montreal to New the country are aolng more
Inc., of Mobile, manager; William P.Toole York City, Chicago, Miami, and more into distribution
Ala., one of the nation's lara. secretary; Carl Oben.dorf Albuquerque, Portland, Or.. through the use of this type
est distributors to the new.. treasurer; Ralph Ander.NPC gon and other cities In all of equipment.

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Rumor City Commission I

Denied ,

The Committee 01 the C0ncerned -

look Into, recently juvenile organized crime In the to Move i

public Venice area meetln, holds, tomorrow its first Ignores Ouster 1 1I

night (Monday).

The meetsna, at 8 p.m. In I
the elementary school cafeteria -

Rice,W.will Miller be ,moderated former memo by B1 SAM DILLON .f- '" if: e n 9r: :: ato: 'f'

ber of the Illinois lealslature NORTH PORT CHARLO'rl'E the City Commission at a ,\
letteretrom r special meeting Sept. 1'1. The
and now a Venice resident. Registered
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Civic leaders, city otficlals, a cltlzena' Committee --or letter dratted by the commitse -

clergymen and law enforcement of 10, askinl the mayor and a' ; : ; : lt1 oWc- i
__. 1 s "
officers as well as aU city commissioners. to reslan, ; _
Interested Indlvlduall bava met wltli marked lack of' 'Resim'"This
been invited to be present.A concern thq week amona four is to aerve notice on

spokesman for the committee PAUL A. YOUNGBERG.y of the five city oftlcials. you that the 'Commlttea of
of North
10' of the citizens
said word of tbe meet.Ina Said Commqsloner William
Charlotte Fla. hereby
Port ,
bad produced mixed feelIngs Back H. McGee: "I have no intention -
for resianatlon II
coln-oper.t8il bought byCicago In the community.Takln . oungberg of reslanlng and wish to mayor alk (or your commissioner) of

Tribune und.rgo e fin. Inspection et Lecoginttring notice ot reports I publicly thank my nelahborltor I the above mentioned city tor ,
& M.chinery Inc, h.. gone Into full pro- that a curfew would besought the support they have. violation of articles of the I Ichsrter

ion of the revolution.ry new m.chinll for which order.VI the spokesmsn said: As City Planner alven forward me .In to fact filing, I'm(for look.ina reo of said city."We i
In tile 40 ,t.t.. "Nothln, could be further have in hand, the sla. .
been received from
maior newspapen tram the truthl No one wants election) again next year. natures of realstered voters
d Can.d.. a curtew. This was suggested Paul A. Youngbera Sr. was "I'm certainly not going to of said city on petltlona, .
returned to the post of City I IPlaMln resign," .ald Commissioner "
as a last resort, If all else for your rellgnatlon, The
tails. It Is hOped that the Director by City Walter 1.. Cosman Sr. "I'm number of said realstered l
Truck youth of Che community will Council Tuesday night at a 72 pa.t and I've never run yet votere exceeds the number of .
areen lg realize that every adult, salary of $10,000. After the -and I don't Intend to ..tartnow. voters who voted for mayor It /

everywhere, bas had to face post had been declared vacant ." in the last election. Duly 11an64 -
the 'tork in the rosd' just by the council, Mayor "An Invitation"Commqsloner ls 9th day of October,
Smyth D. Brohard recom. The I m aRoeder ,
as they are facing It today."The
people who will attend mended Youngbera be rehired the only woman. Signatures of the Committee -
tmashes Autos the forum are only those who to the position he previously serving on the clty'. govern.Ing of 10 appearing on the let. .
would help the youna people held until last March body, said she regarded. ters are William Dyleskl. "
of our community to avoid 8. the letter as "personal cor.respondence" William Garvey, KennetltGibbs
heavily loaded lumber PhilIlps' car lot where it writing on every appUcationIhe Council also directed City and simply "anInvitation" Claude Kean, Carl I I
ok smashed Into eight struck elllht parked cars, The rest of his lite, "On Probation Clerk Harry Haaer to pay to resign. "The Meyer, John O'Toole, Mortl.. : : '
'ked cars on the Bill Phil.s' truck next veered out of the 15 months," or "Serv.ed tormer City Planning Direc.tor petition," said Mre. Roeder,. MAYOR FLAVIUS C. WOOD. SITS flGUTr mer Reynolds, Albert Rho- '
the road and sentence or explain Tom Slider two weeks "states nO cause nothln, den, Francis Rodman and
Ford car lot when itreered car lot, across jall to ...
ditch on the east wife, or even to severance pay conditional up.On It merely asks us reslan ( Riley
to new
Into a
a !
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ill Of Venice U.S.Thureday just af.n shoulder of the hlahway their young children, later, receipt of a letter of and'' step out 80 they can step It with his mementoe. "M the letter and had been advised : i rl'ro ialmecl :.,

where it came to rest. why the nelahbors don't want reslanatlon, In. far II this thin, Is concerned to ignore it. Committee member Kean, \
truck owned the Damages were estimated at to associate with them."When Council rejected a negative "We have not violated" any. ," laid Mayor Wood, "I'm The fitth city official, Com. who also is chairman of the "
by of the decision by the Zonlna Board articles of the charter, con.tlnued missioner Hubert Fox, was CommIttee ot the
the Lealslatlve
truck youth
for n
iane Supply Lumber Co, of and Peter.Build.'s $5,000 1.500 for the can, two 01 area become adults, (and of Adjustment on a petition Mrs. Roeder." "That : a:l tI I :ur : :;;; out of town and unavaUabletor North Port Charlotte Clvlo ,
st. to four and a fraction they must prove I
they cannot escape reachinaI rezone comment. Assn., said signatures on the
which destroyed.McClendon aald .he had 1
,. Was driven by 26yearEUlene were Road Flavius C. Wood Mrs, Roeder
was charled I the aae of adulthood) they lots between Pensacola Mayor attorney by The Committee of 10 was petitions comprise 67 pel" '
McClendon of22nd Milan Avenue on the sald he plans to do nothlnaa called city I
and .
with failure to have his vehicle will either take their places when she recflved"canal" appointed at a citizens' pro. cent of the city' realstered
St. St. Petersburg.Clendon bout the letter except to put
Continued I)
under control. (Continued Oil pare I) ( on pare voters alon/t/ with the name. !

'Uce Hoapltal was taken with an to the In.ed -- r 0 5r a :;elf: It

shoulder and posllbl.ernal Venice Making Splash On Suncoast Said Kean: "We're tryln, 1
InJuries.ccordlna to improve the imaae ot the J.
to Trooper Don.Nolder (Continued on pae I) \
of the Floridshway \

ded the truck truck Patrol out,to" first,run causing McClendonacked wild.went the Hed otf Gondola Replica To 'Cruise' In Parades 'Cane's Gone, .

road ,and jumped a cuI.
1. Ihen headed Into the of simulated water black convertible. Ditto Crabs
those which
their ''before I could aet on with I Idrawlna E. H. Henne, Venice actty duplicate Hamilton said the finished
let thin or
of plastic
Venetians'may constructed
of Venice It.aly j
and member of ply the canals ,
builder, air
the plans. will lend a further
CaUedY tlrst alimpse of a real authentic up committee, will boat-I Hamilton aaid, in order metal which will undulate alobes to the float.l11umlnatlon Those hurricane. wise '
betore the Traller.MountedThe of authenticity t.
italian aondola 32-toot-Ion, aondol. to capture the authentic V. with a wave-like motion. wUl be provided sand crabs which quit the I j 1
Blood Bank new year it City Council approves former city council. tlberalass. Third member of netlan navor." Two "barbepole" Ilg h t directed on the beach and took to hlah 't
just-completed: plans man who Is chairman of the. the committee Is Councilman Costumed Gondolier posts with ntumln3ted blue by spotllahts in color wUl be presented ground when Hurricane Isa. I '
next drawlna
e Venice Hospital Blood tor the proposed float at three-man committee work.Ing and its pretty '
Ralph Anderson. Hamilton said the craft will aondola passenaers council next Tue. bell threatened last week r
nk "Ul kick off Its ed meetln,. for the float, ot
u.'ional week' on plans trom each comer have returned to their nor. :
exterior the
h Ie t Hamilton aaid the have. a .Ix-foot beam and day night, Nov. 27, by
Hamilton, c wlU be
proaram Thursday David said the city' replica trailer powered by IbuiltIn .
,ht said of the cran will be finished In will be able to elahtcomfortably. the committee, along with com.plete mal dlgalnas.
at a IpfJclal meetln, architect for tile project somewhat laraer than the. glossy black or aold trimmed The passenaers 110-voit aenerator. cost estimates. He ..aldhe Whether It was instinct, ,. Ior
the -
d which II film will be shown worklna drawlngsof Thursday aondola original. He said the dlmen.slons In red. Interior of the cabin likely will Include Venice Recorded Venetian music believed the float can be what, Is lIomethlnl of a /If.mystery.
two'officials of the tow'Nest ; were completed were enlaraed to alve the But the fact that I
authentic also will be done in luxurious area beauty queena and acostl.D1ed will .et the scene as IOn.oats" built within the amount bud.aeted !
Coalt BloOd Bank night from from the aondola a better proportion red vinyL gondolier. alona the parade for the project, there was an exodus Is at- ,t I '
obtained directly with the 10 by 40 foot
speak. plane ondola will ride atop routes on Its shimmerIng ot keeplna tested by the hundreds of ,
OveraU proportlona and details The M one example
Th. tltla of Venice, Italy. four-wheel trailer on which It holes left in the land I '
the 15-mlnute they ,
of the aondola wlU ex. the four-wheel traUer on a cenal behind a shlnv new the cost down, HamUton ,0;
11 Is "Litellne." The lpeak.S Parade USe will be mounted. chsssq a
For noted that the teb c.S4 !:: }tby
WiU be Mill Shirley'Row. appropriate will be IOld to the city at r h I
r Sarasota ot the ,coalt technical bank,dlree-and float The, for uniquely which council has cost by Robert Harrison manufacturer Ven.- were the clustered thousands to the generally land. t '.
IlIal\1l budaeted $2,000, wl1l be used Lionized Back When I IBy Ice mobllehome '
McGurk, execut1 represent the city In the I' Explorer and dealer. ward of protective bushes. ''It'
rector, to pageant parade. up The committee chairman Georae Hiel, who'. been
The l\1eetlna wi\1\ be at 8 various the Suncoastthrouahout estimated construction time around IOme DO years and
111. Iu the and down approximately J. Lellhton (Count) Corn-
community room the year; of the nlaht, to the tropical Pole. He WII with Admiral ence.On. on the float at
Sarasota Federal. w. EARL AUMANN his last trip to the two months, which would ..eeIt well, a 17-year realdent,
'-.. HamUton laid the plans Probably no vleltor to Ven. shore. of Ven1ce: is quite a Peary when that areat dq. located huee completed about Chrlstma.. said they'd never ..en any.
were obtained for the city byRear' Ice In tha early deys of 1927, jump climatically, but It'. coverer planted the Ameri. arctic he in the a midst time."As. thin, like it.Cornwell .
Nick) .tuff," the captain enthuslaltlcally can fla, on top of the world seam of coal
Admiral C. A ( when the BLE Realty Corp. "areat matter of fact," .ald aald he flnt
stretch of ice. FossUs a
HS Office Keller, executive director ot was busy building the beautl.tul told Dr. and In 1908, of a vast Indicated Hamilton, "we will have a noticed the land crab mlIratlon -
in the
the Venice "'rea Chamber of City of Venice, received Mr.. Fred H. Albee in February Ha h.. made many trips seam tropical mold when we finish this one when the lower west
the Ital. 1821 at whose home he .Inea that tIm. and has .clearly that many
Commerce, throuah more attention than Capt. contained in with which duplicates can be coast was put on a hurri.
andalized Ian Naval Attache In New Donald B. McMillan,'s was a guest.The'Verice. endured many year. of plant. were of coat. made cheaply, We could avengO cane watch .. Isabell
of Feb. and hardship intha that mus
foremost explorer of that News churned the Gulf and
York City."The frozen nortb for the But Capt. McMillan ad.mlts Into business makin, gondolaa up
'1\e Venice trouble;" said day. 25. 1821, described his visit Yes that be likes the and ..\\11n, them to that they were all gone
School oniy of ,
Hlah lake edventure!
teterla ottlce was broken Hamilton, "."u that the From thrills tha far-off and perpetual land ofchlUs thus Capt.: McMillan is one of but mo.Uy because of his chanae from 70 belo.... nroin Venice, Italy, cheaper than fn1 : al e :' :
It all in the In the they can bu11c1 them themMlv. -
W' nlaht, eo measurements were Ice the North Pole where the very fe" men who have love for finding Itranae new the summer to 10 CoW8f Coultl.
atterl4 nta "al lbouI Itolen and paper i 1 metrIc system&0 tee and aD4 bad beCOilverted the fOe'UA. ah.iDea in the middle Ictual1l.ruchec1 the ZiMth UUnls in realm 01 ICi- (Colltbl t. ,a(. I) ...

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: f North Port CharlotteContinued (Continued. from Page 1) (Continued from page 1)) HIGH LOW HIGH
.f Council In the lOw
City respected adults
'n ; shade In the winter "There as be ashamedto Monday 10:40: ) am 4:53'11I: Monday ":42111I 5:31:
( from page 1)) "Figures were presented community or 10:52 5:10:
is like Flor : pmTuesday'
really nothing pm 11'44p
(Continued from page 1) duction in rates now could community, but we have not the city commission showing Ida declared. It Is such show their faces anywhere 34em : Sq:
west lid of Nokomis Avenue. lead to hlberu... in a few had any communication with where savings of ".000 couldbe Jie InIe.a.ry "The Committee of the Con. (II:2hm: 12131: pm 6:12:
t Councilman John Hogan declared years. City Hall which has kept immediately'effected and a complete* well change tempera.ture. cerned, and every person who ":02 pm 538pmWednei 6:16:|
everything In secret it Is felt additional $3,000 a attends the meeting has but Wedne
the present an
Council set second public .
II a Venice charming
the disputed area was "poe- hearing for Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. "Our committee," continued could be saved by< canceling place But I' going a back" one thought In mind 'Let's day 12.21pm: 6.17pm:' day J 12:04 (m Us:
I' ilbly not in the best interestsof on James W. Ponder' request Keen, "has an 'open door'to proposed expenditures for unnecessary he acid "The lure of the help the kids to realize their II:26 pm 6-03: pm I:2:1: pm 6:41
the city" and said he would General Development and Item.. Importance as future le.d.nof 7i02am :
I for a change in his Arctic is as stong as ever Thursday ItUpm : Thursday 12:2B am
like\. to know how the public wants to Improve our citygovernment. I "They are looking to spend our community and government 7:040:
liquor license from package .. The Bowdoin (his ice Individuals.Let's II::53 pm 6:24 pmEciki011 2:11
and pm
That's as 7:02OBITUARY
feels I about it Council members sales to a consumption on why money needlessly, Meyerfurther cutting boat) will sail in or :
I we're asking for their reslf see what we can do to
indicated agreement premises license charged "so long as June and the expedition will
a that present toning laws are nations they are not quail it is somebody else's. remain in' the lend of mid help them take the right forkin
The City Planning Directorwas Instead of the
I restricting development of the fled incompetent and lack "At the August commission the road
until the fall of
I I city's business potential Instructed to take the training to handle the job." meeting,' he went on, "Corn.misaloner 1928.night sun The expedition will one that leads to a dead end. MRS. IOPmE RAMO
I i : A public hearing on rezonIng necessary steps for the planning And he went on to declare Cosman stated that again be under the auspicesof Let's help them realize there Mra. Sophie Hamolai"
of the of an alternate route that "all the meetings have any petition signed by over is One from whom no thoughtor of 364 Chlcop.
disputed St.
property ,
the FIeld Museum N
I around the U. S. Coast Guard '
) .Is hid. To COrtesENGLEWOODMrs.
been deed Hear Port
dictatorial. 51 cent of the voters Charlotte,
was set for November 10 at of the per and they hope to died Wtdnt
Loran Station as a part "All who have such feelingsare
I'' 8 pm. Carl B. Meyer Civic Association would be honored. It Is hoped interesting day at Venice Hospital
At Tuesday afternoon's Informal South Harbor Drive extension president had this that the present petition find things many for the more advancement urged to attend the forum Josephine She was a native of 1\\

j t : session, council tentatively plan.When to say: "They (the commissioners which already has been signed of science.Capt . where pencils and cards Coast- and later lived In Lynn, MI
Cortes West
completed the road will be waiting. Written questions ,
I approved an increase ) showed their Ignorance by more than two-thirds of McMillan has definitely before coming to
in the size of the buildingsite will-allow access to Casper- and inefficiency by having the city voters will hasten thereslrn.tion the of will be presented to the newspaperwoman, will be two yean ago tbIa an
''i ..1: for the new Venice Are. Ben beach which would other to repeal the ordinance of the commiealoes. aeroplanes given and up seaplanes use county and city officials. guest speaker at a joint I She was a member
: wise be cut off from the levying the 10 per cent tax From the answers, 4t la hoped meeting of the Englewood merclal or
) Free Public Library. work Street
in his
( II mainland by the Inland wat exploration that all the citizens of Venice, American Legion and Lemon Syn'.olUt,
Under the original 90-year on electricity only and passIng "In the meantime, con. he dependable Lynn. ,
Dogs, says, are more
\ lease the library was to occupy erway. a new ordinance levying cluded Meyer 'the committee The Bowdoin, an young and old, will find a wayto Bay Post Unit, American Survivors Include J
i a lot 200 by 200 feet In The road will extend from a seven per cent tax on both Is formulating future 88.foot boat named for realize their common goal Legion Auxiliary In the LegIon band, Israel
; I B la lock Park equldlstantfrom the end of South Harbor gas and electricity." plans which I am not at liberty Capt. McMillan's alma -to make Venice a safe and headquarters Monday sons Dr. Milton HamoUk' H

Turin Street and Milan Drive, past the Coast Guard Meyer was referring to actIon to divulge at the mO- mater Is the smallest craft happy place" In which to live night. Providence R. I.Hsmols h
station through the airport, -for all Mrs. Codes will 'nd g
I Avenue. The library board taken by the commissionat ment. afloat to plow the Ice of the lecture on Hamolsky of
i proposes now to change the to Caspersen Beach. The Monday night's meeting arctic oceans, and she is the "history of Englewood C.j; a W'lhlnrtoa,
I West Coast Inland Navigation when the 10 cent tax Lemon Bay PTA subject daughter Mn pordlt h
I location to the corner of Mi- per on sometimes frown In for on which she has Stern of
: Ian Avenue and Nokomis Avenue District will not release $60,.. electricity was rescinded anda three or four months at a ENGLEWOOD Teachersof made a comprehensive study Miss Alice Pittsburgh Cremer ; I 1iJt
I : on a lot 250 by 250 feet 000 that agency has de.I, seven per cent tax was 1'M'M'MADMIesloNe time. Lemon Bay School will be and about which she has Mass. and of Mild,
; three
Council turned down a request sated for the project until the. levied on both gas and elec Il1t The Bowdoln lies In dry. introduced to members of the written professionally for Harry Cramer b
for reduced sanitary city has provided an alternate tricity. dock every winter being Parent Teachers Association many " Legionnaire C u.l Cramltr of Lynn Sa
e sewer rates for the Polnte route in case the Coast The commission's action resulted thoroughly gone over attending the meeting, Monday F. Hlgginbotham chairmanof Mass. at Mlyn
'. Whitecap co-op apartments at Guard should ever exercise a in a hassle of similar 0.5. 0, Slrner. Holm",,Mrlorl.Gllwy Uunli". new sails, new paint and at 8 p.m. Devotions will Lemon Bay Post entertainment California and Morals Cramer
erb.n CI.woo. V.loo
v Tarpon Center presented by reverter clause In its lease proportions to the previous V".OI' ('....11.. _..... tested to stand greater be under the direction of Mrs. committee will be Funeral
the law firm of Boone Hazen with the city. meetings on the 1984-63 bud. V..loo, L. Wlld..n. .. a..I..1IC..I hardships rougher seas Matilda Trench with the In charge of the evening's 1.1 services .nd
r. x.nI.n aselandi fls.- were In
and Isphording In denying In other business, the council get Residents protested that r aatra... Vue and deeper Ice than any business meeting conducted activities and will present the Lynn on yrs

the request for lower rates, : instead of 10 per cent they Oct. 11 O. Johnny, Vaatoal atartln,Hart VmlMlRtiaMll 1. steel ship could be put by Mrs Pearl Rozelle, PTA guest speaker. ch.r Farley Funeral Horn. "II
R e Eatla I
Granted the Water Board
Council President E. S. (Bill) would now be paying 14 per VMlca' OaHeMl Mrl Hut- through.On . president. .
I Raymond noted that any re- permission to hire a diversified cent. mn., In Vmlwi>l:< oo4j Clarane. Barbara J. OR'' MMbut. -. his last trip, the 14- Following a report By the .| |
: training student The new tax would bring Inan
0111I of MarShall membership committee
North Port CWkrtUI JOM* K year-old grandson -
'' at $1 an hour. estimated $6.000 -' the C rn.,. NoVomtl James Lemon !RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE
Field of Chicago, was Garrett Bay
.._ .... SHOPP
Re-Elect e Appointed Maurice Aid- Oct. tl Xli: "011. O erwlPatricia (
amount the
same as proposed ... . principal will Introduce the
t Fl hl) goulb VmlMl signed up as cabin boy. .
I rich acting electrical inspector 10 per cent. electricity tax Canpbtll. SanuoUl Arthur P.
RAYMOND Heir to millions yet de. faculty to the parents, assembled
1 during the absence of Guy "Passing of this ordinance Taiam, V.ik' |, >BrtW. I VmlNt; lighted with the opportunityof in the school cafetor- rfi
r. Vault i On A l ar r CUSTOM
It' : No. 2 GOP J| I. Curwood who Is hospitalized Meyer continued, Butlar. Vmkwl Ulllan) S I Justice of Peace Posponed discussion of 'was opposed by the residents wood Berw?i KirntMi flit Marelll.E. Bab* a-;:VmluiGaorm Fr. la- sharing the hardships and lum.The meeting will conclude burlap. parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER

proposals! the city has for because of the fact the A. Wlart, Er.ttawao4.CM. . thrills that the expeditions with a social hour. Parent AT Reasonable PRICES Prompt, $.,,,!,.
cable VmlM Gar.dra
paid political .d television until the next $6,000 revenue it is expected VmlMl Hi Karott Kattirn* bC to. VtnlMC.rrtai. enconter. of grades one and two will .
I council meeting. I to brine In is not necessary ., VMlott Itoaart M. fat, Vm- . serve as hostesses
1 lea GaraMa, VMIMI BoaMll BraM Alto
Yenta As a postscript to this story IT lampihsdes In ttocl All
0..Ili 1. R. 1I.n.. N."_.., Eft.Mth I... it might be apropos to note tapes and sizes

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lwir.ll 50 dolls, made by the Venice.Nokomis T, II 14
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CLEANER COUNTY! SHERIFF ROSS BOYERII ..Vr. North Port (."AarOat 1 to V. expedition. The club also purchased hart bean Oat.. *, Tilt s uss EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

i l' .f.I...,..W...U.,M VrnlMt l HUwrrltit anus 0...Bntlnroolt.e Jmirnmf_,lc! ..r.Joka En.* be presented SO Boy Scout to Eskimo knivesto se R'.i''RICH, \..rS!:I.r..pp.and le, iir'TAL RI.hard ctn.', .Rkb'd'[A,.; EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
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Ion... xnelennd. Albee and hi. son Ted born 0... 11, IINI
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Oct. Tl Martha EtaMr. Vnlnt Wll.. see the explorer Stan his M.. 'iVE
A V......,, MareUb Enrtoiraod. Wtaat. Wind, a.- perilous Journey sailed a. Zrtjrutsm'u, .. ** I Rewiring/ a Hntyting
I el.wad. far as Christmas Cove with c9 All/ lamp Repoirs
o Ort .I Anna A."I I.-s '
: yl neat EII..botb<.n.plr.\\rr ll.. Nokomttt Vrfifeal. ,ElliabMh Thomat. the expedition. WATCH won, by Experlencad Deilgnen end
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Pet CtiarloU Marr. M_ Florida has about 8.000 B Craftsmen
etiila, north Port Caarfcttal. kartat.dkh miles of coast line and ? H
.. Nauru Wllllamatm' Martk varieties of fish than any other INC.
Port CbarlottOd. In the G. E EAT
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CEN T day, 0..verope family. Mr. and Mrs Herman Kolk- Taeti's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I t
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I" for road, Mt of tacit af.H.g. melee and .
from Ft
son Larry Joseph Tacts on MichiganAvenue t
jWJ.r...nordln.... ? 0" ",ur... 13 ,...,. .g.. foal. .... 2k sore of Thomas Ky, arrived Saturday In Grove City. They
Roo C SAVE evening to be house- plan to be here two weeks.
r Jar 8 2c guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond ,
Harris on Neptune Mr. and Mrs Gordon Greenof .
Drive. Mr. and Mrs Kolk 200 Mary Knoll Road are
meler and Mr and Mrs Harris entertaining a* houseguevU t
have been friends for their ion and granddaughter.They I -1
P1ajONLY iF many years. are Mr. 'k".IICI j
-o- Green and daughter j
Mr and Mr. Spencer from Nashua,.N. H. I' ,

Heiiu er CempUBi Schryzer Long Island from, are hnuseguests Lynbrook, Mr. and Mtstan1e; : ,.Lain*; I'' If ,
of Mr. and Mrs. William of 20 Oxford Drive entertain. I
Eood-Is-A-Dare. Gee Tomato Schultz on Wentworth Street ed u houneguests over the
Mrs. Schryrer and Mrs weekend Mrs. Nan Gorhamand 'j
Schults are sisters Mr.; end daughter' Patricia from
Soup Mrs Schryrer .plan to retireIn Ft Lauderdaleo I
oti Florida. 1.1'Mr.
CELLED c -o.. and Mrs Charles Bans
I01\.L The card party given by the from Cincinnati, Ohio, art I ,
734 Cash Prizes ri r CM 10cSAVE Rebikahs at the Odd Fellows houncguests of Mr and Mr. I :
Hall last Saturday night was Ella Miller on Lakeview I :
Prkti Effective Octal If Tin 21 a big hit, Mr. Mary Kennedyand I.ane. Mrs Bass I III Mr and 1 '
Mrs. Viola Bontfkoe from Mrs. Milter's granddaughter:
VENICE t Mobile Park were hlttelse. -aCongratulations- I i
Refreshments were served to to Mr. and !ri
COME. IN the 72 present Mrs. Dallas Morris who celebrated :
5 roc -o- their I SOth wedding nniversary +''i
GET YOUR "ONLY ,19" CARD Mr and Mrs Emerson Gil- Oct, 14, They wremarried i
ONLY t more returned to their home in Murray, Kv Mr, I
AT KWIK CHEK HunU Tom.Juice" at 1395 Forked Creek Drive Morris retired Nov, 12. LOGO 1
0uItItr Right R*..." from a month's vacation in from the Army' Ordinance
(Nothing To Buy!) New York and New Jersey. 1 Tank Automotive Commandin

,.- They visited their son and Detroit They came to Englewood -
R' UBMNggMMMUHRHBNn>B3&B 1 _Jt>' !ii.: wife, Mr. and Mrs Emerson to make their home
Gilmore and son, In Rego at 1504 Overbroofc Road in .
Shenandoah Brand Quick Frozen Grade "A" Game Park, Long Island, and their May 1961 A group tif friendsand :. and daughter/ Mr : neighbors gathered at .
No. 300 and Mrs. Charles Cornell in ,their home to extend con. "i
10 Chappsqua, N. Y They were gratulotlons and present f'I'
very happy to be present with a beautiful gift and a '.
CO"DlsbBenS' when their granddaughter, :decorated cake on their anniversary Q:
Sgec. Miss Dibbon Cornell announced Present were Mr. !
l her engagement toDennis i and Mrs George Porschet r. 7 I
Joy, son of Mrs and Mr and Mrs Robert Kerna- ,
the late E. Patrick I Joy also han, Mr. and Mrs Frank ;)
SAVE 3c Regular or Low Calorie of Chappaqua. Dennis Is a Noble, Mr, and Mrs. Edward ill
senior at the Springfield College Smith, Mr and Mrs Alfred
Deq Sooth in Springfield, Mass, Mr Govro and Mr and Mrs. j'
''t ElII.t and Mrs Gilmore visited oth. Howard Venherm.
Cb k Drinks w Mon c Peanut er relatives In Yonkers N -0- '
e 5 Y, and Teaneck, N J. They Mr Wilbur M Bowers of qi;
Can were entertained by neighbors Wentworth Street was taken: '
Butter In Williston Park and got to Venice Hospital Tuesday
to see many of their old morning for an emergency ;
Civw friends. Altogether they had operation. We wish Mr. Brow.
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EXTRA 4SLRED so much pleasure being up er a speedy recovery and h
hr 59c North they said the month hope he will be back home
TOP rawwarw-r,VAIUn STAMPS new by very fast soon. '

SAVE 1l ASSORTED COLon SCOTT Bacon L WoO .rand SAVE 16c Mr and Mrs--Byron. Rich Mr. and Mrs--William Holt t "

CrfMW' {*: $139 ardson of Bay shore Drive of 1375 Forked Creek Drive
ROM have returned home. They returned from a month vacation
issue 101 9c k 9E C...,M V.U tknr' 0...If left Au,. 9, visited friends in in Pennsylvania and l ,
rw r .IWIK( HSAVl10c Connecticut '
Port Richey Brewton, They spent most
Ala? and Northern Mississippi of their vacation with Mrs. t
-DI1.0I11 Tudor ':." Mr Richardson is a member Holt parents, Mr and Mrs. !
of the International W H. A Schmitt in Carbon. ,
( Brotherhood of Magicians and dale, Pa The Holts spent a ;
Salmon.-19( : Pork they attended the Southeast few days: visiting their ton
E E Magicians Convention In and daughter In Old Lyme
Memphis, Tenn.; then to Mt. Conn. Mrs. Holt said It was
SAVI 7c UURR 70% lUlliNG Chops Vernon, Ind.j Princeton, so cold up there Mr Holi was t 1I
Ind; and up to Colon Mich ready to come back the first
to attend another convention. week they were there,
Alcohol !two 10 On their way back, 15 miles I __o-
LW North of Harriman Tenn., Don't forget/ the Rummage
,:. 7ge they lost control 1 of their car Sale at St. Raphael's Church
ana were in an accident demolishing Hall on Saturday, Oct 24. St I I
SAVE Tk REALEMON LIMONJuice 1' their car. Mr. Ann i Circle will be in '
Richardson escaped with only charge.
bruises and Mrs. Richardson
.s: 39'DIXIl was taken to the hospital in ,
Harriman with a fractured NPC
pelvis. She was confined one
day In the Harriman hospital
BAK RY SPECIALS Siiwaiel.e then her and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. \
I Tomatoes Burdette transferred her;by
DARLING Seeded ambulance 200 miles to their 'Mr. and Mrs Walter Earn
home in Atlanta Mrs Richardson est Jr on East Safford Terrace .
Rolls 12 " > 19c PINKrP1E convalesced six weeks returned tecentlv from l
before being able to return their vacation in Cannons'J
DIXII DARLING ANon POOP Wieners / ( CaliOc SAGE home. Mrs Burdette a burg, Pa., where they visited '
I I TOPVALUESTAMPS nurse gave her mother spec with relatives and friends.
Cake 11 hie ft. 35c
aewaaw.DIXIE lal care during her convales. They made a trip on up into
DARLINO IAR-1-GUI trt r ed $ eeN cense Mrs Richardson is Canada before starting: home
able to be up and about but again

Bread 2 lOlL uw. 29c r v ts1a''? still walking has to be very careful In Mr, and Mrs-,-Frank Carrollon "

Nr INN. II on awlr cN -a- Talbot Street are visiting 4
.--- We wish to welcome Mr relatives in St Louis, Mo., I I
: : and Mr. Gordon Reed who and plan to return home later i ,
':.'I recently returned to their this month i
SAVE Uc Qvkll w Reg. Qeak.n. SAVE t6c AI Porpea9 ASTOR MORTON FROZEN MEAT Popular Brands new home on Oxford Drive.They -- I'" .I t
are former resident I of Mr and Mrs. Paul Ericson
St, Louis, Mo, in the Webster on Fremont St. have return. ,
Oals Oil Pies Grove area, where they were ed from a three-week vacation .
Cigarettes private school teachers They with their daughters and .J
have been spending the summer their families in. Detroit and
In Minoequa,'Wls, Mrs Farmmgton, Mich 1
Reed i*. happy to be near a -0- ..
2a ea ro. ; ; sister Mr*. Gordon Green, Mrs Dorothy Schueler returned .I
: lOc /otdo 1ge 6 Qteko $100 fif3! who also live-o-In Englewood home after to spending her North the turn-Port ,

The NARC will meet at the mer at her home in Cranston I
Legion Hal in Englewood' R. I., and Cape Cod, Mass "
Ullllt Two With 0'' Portkacs UIIIt Two With $3 w Mon.. Ordw 00111. T"b IF IMf Wednesday, Oct. 21, at noon. Mrs Schueler grandniece, I .'
A covered dish luncheon will Miss Darlene Adams of Prov. IF
,__. IrfI be served Idence accompanied h.e r .
-- home : I
Dr. and Mrs Charles H. -o-
Piper on Manasota Key recently Mrs Lillian Downs of 'Jettery i
OOF BEEF CHUNK Mrs.. Pool's ''l returned from a nice Avenue was happy to
fRESH 'PRODUCE', vacation in Michigan have her son William H.
Dog Food IS IL C. ,29c Cooked Fish -o- Downs Jr, from ClonterN., "
Mr. and Mr. Oliver Tact J., here for a visit last week.
OOF BEEF LIVER of St. Louis arrived last Saturday Mr. Downs is a civil engineer
14 01. SWin CRISP RIO ROMEApples to be houseguests of ''n charge of construction.

Cat Food 2., 7YULe.. 29c,, PII.. t9c Mr. Teats' brother and wife. I .I
JIlt .. Mr.. and Mrs Elmer Tact Masons To Meet '
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I 29'RKMAAR They will also visit Mr.BiG3"i. i
GOP BIE A BEEP KIDNEY CrtM tent FromVegetables I.. regular meeting of Ven- ; ,
.e Lodge 301 Free and Accepted dh
Cat Food 2. 7 <. 29c .
aa- Masons, will be held '
WH1TI Monday at 8 p.m. In the Masonic ;
STARKIST LIGHT MEAT Temple, East Venice ;".

Chunk Tuna * &, 35c MJid V.f ., Con, 3 $100 J Avenue Refreshments, will be served I '
.Pea sr Regina fer Potatoes 5 t. 29' AT VSC after the meeting which i III t: I "

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68 school
GONDOLIER. Venice F1.. Sun" Oct. 18. 1964 The senior clasp office,
High School NewsBy are: president, Tom Land,

GOVERNMENT ,raft: ; vice-president, Melody

Wendt; secretary, Jackie
REPORT BY KRIS LEET Fannj; and treasurer, San
tlraRp 'YOUR The brother-slater club. are number of projects for the Huston. With elections oVer
school Among these are seniors must begin the
e back on the job again this year. task of
) H year the continuation of last year's selecting a class song, clan
Key dub is working hard to hootenannies, beautification colors and a class motto
FARRIS BRYANT stimulate interest in the upcoming of the new wing and the Junior Class officers are:
} I IJ Governor of Florida elections, both national school campus and the election president, Jim Sikora; vlrs l
l lI and local They have setup of new members.One president Jane Ridloni.T;
I a committee to urge all of the biggest projectsthe retary, Sue Miller; and treat
I I i SPANISH TREASUREIn teachers, parents and students Keyettes are working on user, Joe Henrlques.
;> to take an active partIn is the decorating of the new The Juniors have a
j imsn or THB ASSOCIATED: rank .- mtusu or m FLORIDA rucsa ASSOCIATION July 1715, eleven Spanish artifacts and not sell them. the political affairs of thestate wing according to the teach scheduled for Friday danct
: galleons, richly laden with Some of the treasure likea and of the They er.' wishes The new work Oct. 30 after the Indians night,
...... .. . .. ..... .. .. . _. .. of silver play
t TIle Prw eluilvlr titled w. tor _bU. et ill .s dlimttbiH ee gold, silver and other precious nine pound disc will be decorated with Rivervlew here
't \ M MK ........... wwlitW. u! tkl. ._, u< .'.. tonl MW Mbltob. ...... AU rlshu oftt r..bueetln articles caught that was recovered, Is not are also urging all eligible room at VHS The
1 .....101 4lpteb. are .... NMTVMLTW were up persons to "get out and vote"on sketches of ,, the teachers dance will feature the Shift
. in the fury of a hurricane in minted but most had been drawn by Keyettes who wish era, who play
MM .d teal .deert4se l t-M W 11010 l II wprHditad sod a iwvblloMlM bl ** election day every month In
t .rib kflddw s eep b*.,e"tl:.. P.r.fM4.. the Atlantic off of what is formed into coins. Key Club has also erected to remain anonymous. Bradenton, and will last
I 't I, now Fort Pierce. Ten of the Artifacts brought up from at the entrance of the The "sister" project to the til midnight sea
I Pobllobool act HMter ...4 n...." fron 11(41 B. Uluri AraM site Include a sign
f ; ........ A. INCH ClM Mutat At fort Offin AI Tnto. florid. ships were destroyed, and the underwater high school campus proudly decorating of the new wingis The Sophomore Class
of offle.
took their treasure to the many objects archaeological announcing the "Home of the the beautification of the

; EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher ocean floor. value. Many metal objects Venice Indiana" school campus. This includes fetheni ers are; :vice-president president, Gene Tr..

: COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager that Much from of that treasure other vessels and, with a are coral-like thickly substance.encrusted On Sunday, Oct. 4, Key. plans for a patio in front of Foss; secretary Morton Wood
many Club held a rally at the Holiday the school and the planting of
:a:1 SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor still rests on the ocean bottom The wooded Spanish vessels Inn In Fort Myers for the trees and flowers around the Capasao.: and treasurer Susan

ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent today but a private con carried smooth ballast stones purpose of receiving instruction campus. The project has not -
cern working under a lease which frequently mark wreck in the fields of leader. yet been approved and pricesare
I from the State of Florida is sites in Florida coastal waters Sophomores are hard
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $9.29 per year, $3,29 per six months, $2.79 systematically carrying on and could: and sometimes ship and membership to Key still being investigated.Hootensnnlee that at work on their float for the
Club. were so
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county $629 per year, $'.20 salvage operations on this do lead skin divers Sept. 27 Isn't a day the new successful last year will be competition at homecoming.
per six months $3 per three months. fleet. One-fourth of their find to more sunken treasure when members of Club will continued this on Monday They claim It will be the most
Adwtklnl lUpraHBUUml. Flo Urn Pro* ......... CdM-lll. ....., AlMrfeu Nxnpw goes to the State they are discovered. Key year stupendous float everl0 I \
soon forget for this was their nights starting at 7 In the
... .... D-trolt.. Hick.ill .
M. Nun v. N. T I AUuta. I Florida'treasure hunters -
This Is how Florida
I manages day of doom the day of initiation. gym. The money taken in will The traditional
I. treasure hunting off her I'm glad to say are very co College Day
From 7 til 11 the new be put In the fund for the
at VHS is
shores Salvage leases are operative. They are interested members were subjected to $200 scholarship, presented to no more. Instead I
granted by the State Cabinet in the treasure which is of various of but the school at the end of the w. bad College Night Wedlnesday
I I I ; types torture

:I Hope For Us Small Lizards serving Improvement as Trustees of Fund the Internal to also course they important are interested to them but In all *survived.of the club The new are member Jerry year.Keyettes will elect new dents til 11.interested, This Oct. gave 14 from the rtu.1

:I f I a '; Beet In June this newspaper carried I York World's Fair and viewing the manmade single corporations individuals They, first firms takeout or history.Spain Some to check have traveledto historic Gordon Meadows Struble, Gene, Shepp Trefethen Lawrence , members period.after the first grading college time to Investigate In attending the

.I. \ 1 front page editorial titled "Call Small dinosaurs exhibited by an oil com- an exploratory lease to records for the names of vessels Buck Wade, Max How - colleges represented These
search for off-shore wrecks. their cargo and the size colleges were Manatee Jun.
?" sot, Jim Zacharias Morton All the classes have focused
Business Survive lor
I'I I pany.Then When a wreck Is located an of their crews.Searchers Chiles College Florida State
John Weblnga.Keyettes attention the electionof
It was addressed to the President of Mr. Lindsey drew an analogy between exclusive lease is granted are exploring the are working on a class officer on for the 1964- University of Florida, Uru.
1! the United States. There has been no reply the day of the big dinosaur and giving the holder the sole floor off the Gulf of Mexicoas versity of South Florida, Flo,,.
right to salvage at the particular well as in the Atlantic. Florida Presbyterian,
,i which is understandable After all, the present era of small business facing site designated. Most of the treasure has The Florida Southern University

i I our President has been mighty busy lately extinction by big government. Florida's share of the fabu- come from Spanish ships People SpeakTo Rollins Stetson Wesleyan,!
lous treasure off of believed victim of hurricanesof Pfeiffer Vanderbilt
those dinosaurs recovered Cart
BIG business and BIG "As I looked ,
I'! buttering up upon Fort Pierce to date was recently the early 1700's, but come Tennessee State, Virginia In.
( .. labor. he said, "the thought occurred that they displayed in Tallahas U. S. gold from a Conferedate The Editor: mendous good would be termont Maryville Mercer

s Bet w_ did receive confirmation' the were, in their time, the biggest creatures see vessel has also been salvag In regards to the recent achieved SHIRLEY Business University of Tarn.
It Included ornate gold publicity about Juvenile misbehavior E. SCHLESS pa Jones Business College

I I, other evening from' a highly responsible ever to walk the face of the earth. And necklaces of intricately woven ed.I have heard estimates that in Venice I would (Mrs. Robert A. Schless), Averette, the Gordon Keller

: 1 source, when we went up to Tamp to what happened? They got too big for design. Much of the treasure nearly $400 million worth of like to present a suggestion. Mother of four School of Nursing the Army,

I receive the annual award of the Florida themselves, they fought among themselves trove is in told coins gold and silver sank with The concensus among the Nokomis the Navy and the Air Force
called escudos. Eight escudo doomed Spanish ships! en adolescents I have spoken to
;I! Retail Federation' which judged the editorial tilled each ether off and have pieces worth about sixteen route from the New World to Is that there Isn't any place

; I-I I the !best of the year by a until been extinct now for these millions of dollars at the time they were Spain. We are almost certainto to go for recreation. Teen DAVIS VINYL CRETE

"' on the Free Enterprise System. years. Yes, the dinosaur. Is long-gone but lost 250 years ago, are much see an increase in treasure Haven though well intended,
f I newspaper more valuable on today's hunting. There will be adventure Is located far from the bright Lei
at residence /
Ctj The words of confirmation from the small and lizard is still withus. spray your or comHeretoBuilding with
\r came lowly rare coin market. It is feared and perhaps profit for lights of the city. It is necessary o DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING.
; \ Mr. Colin Lindsay of Tampa, an executive ." by some that the large find of some but to Florida this for young people to
old pieces might the search will turn lost drive there to walk EXTERIOR INTERIOR'WALLS
) of the Belk-Lindtey stores. Comforting words, those, for III small. depress up pagesin or AND
market value of these coins, our early history and provide through dark poorlylightedstreets
i[ 'F'j' w Mr. Lindsey told of going to the New lizards of the business world. but Florida is going to do its a wealth of artifacts to\ to get there. NO JOB TOO SMALL
,\ part to prevent that by preserving supply our state museumsfor If Teen Haven and the city r/e offer fAe some sof/sfocrcvy/ serWce at we oW while/ .h
its share as historical all to see and enjoy. recreation center were to the ins/ness/
The Name Of Arkansas noting
I : it.11! Change e. change places allowing the

young people a meeting placein LESTER DAVIS OWNERP

; f rb In Nashville, T.nn., there Is an organ Goldwater sticker. It reads: "I thoughtyou Sensing The News the center of the city, with 0.'Box 333 Nokomis Hi. 48WI74
in walking distance of their
I i/: nation called Citizens for T. V. A.k ought to know some nut has put I homes, the problem of no

k It is passing out bumper stickers which, GOLDWATER STICKER on your carl where to go might be elimi
t t t' Without going into the merits or demerits nated. Such a recreation center Mobile Home Owners Can Save In.
; reed: "Sell T. V. A.? . I'd Sooner The Role Of The SouthBy a COMPETENT
; of T. V. A. of the two presidential TRAINED
!1' ): t S.II'Arkon.: or COUPLE, surance $$$ With New Mobile Homeowners .
candidates it's nice to that
see supplemented by parent volunteers
THURMAN SENSING Package Exclusive withEdgeVan
t In another tongue-in-cheelt gesture It't somebody in this dull and dreary campaign could provide a
: ,
} f. :Executive!!: : Vice President Southern States Industrial Council much-needed healthy social Orsdale Agency
has cards which left on has of humor. It's something -
I J \ printed up are a sense environment for the :youth of
t.l4\ the driver's seat of automobiles with sadly lading.if Venice. EXAMPLE
t Never before in the modern returned time and again to
Such Youth $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils Coach No deductibleon
the theme vote for a Center should on (
history of the South have the that a conservatism
tf : two major parties In the nation is a vote for de be open every day after wind or hail)
I A Colossal Mess fought so hard for the pression. It is hard to believe school and until 10 p.m. on $ 1,200 On Contents (Includes theft at no additions!

votes of people in this region that today's Southerners will school nights as well as all cost)

Edward Durell Stone is one of the na pertness, but es the fellow said when" he Heretofore Southerners have buy that bag of untruths. and day on a food weekends.concession A Juke shouldbe box $ 400 Additional Living Expense
been neglected because it was Depression Is the result of $10,000 Personal Liability
I tion's most distinguished and honored looked at a "modern" painting: "I don't self-supporting. A reading
assumed that the voters southof bad management and waste. $ 250 Medical Payments PLUS other of
I architects. And one of the most out. know anything about art, but I know whatI the Mason-Dlxon Line were It is not the result of the financial room with current magazinesand too extensions
periodicals could be improvised coverage numerous to mention
I like" captives of one party and prudence for which
I spoken.On would not consider alternative conservatives stand And who on the side porch. $57.00 per year in city or adjoining park Slightly
award the other And of these Eventually
receiving an day some new skyscraperswhich political action. promotes the waste The a community higher outside of fire protection.AGENCY.
for his "imaginative creativity" Stone look more like the wrappings for swimming pool could be built
But this year it is differentand record shows that the wastrels near the shuffleboard
courts. {
I again pitched a well-aimed brick at some Disneyland than anything else do not fit in a big way. It is are the people In the The adults who now use the

I of the building designs popular lately "If our Idea of what's pleasing to the eye. clearly recognized in the two executive branch and Congress recreation center would not
political headquarters that who say that the Unit. be rf'hllY
unduly inconvenienced
I you look around you, and you give a Some of our city centers are beginningto the South Is no one's captive ed States must carry the people driving to the airport locationfor in $

damn," he said "it males you want to resemble a forest of tin cans with tip- any more. At long last, after of the world on their their dances, since! most

j commit suicide." He called it all a "co- off topi-the kind you |Just throw In the many years of exceedingly shoulders that taxpayers in of them drive. W. Venice Avenue
gradual political awakening, Florida, for example, must
It would seem that lit Telephones 488.2289
I lossal me... trash after the contents have been drained. Southerners have come aliveto pay for roads in Ghana and tle cost other than personnel very ,

Well we are without architectural at- Memphis, Tenn., Press-Scimitar the Importance of being independent Tanganyika and that voters would be Involved and a tre ,
j in their political in Arkansas and Louisiana
behavior. As a result of the must help provide millions to L

I I { What Did He ? belated great awakening, the turn a U. S. Navy seaplane n
t; fit1 South is being assiduously tender Into a luxury yacht for
I courted. the Emperor of Ethiopia.
I. I T i ;1 The trouble with formal I speeches Is nods solemnly as though the speaker has Even Sen. Hubert Horatio It is not the conservatives IIh,

: 'I j that people don't really listen voiced an original I parable.To Humphrey whose political of America who say that hn

c'< Oh, they face the podium, noting that history is one of total opposition every shiftless individual '
most makers of formal speeches, to all that Southerners should have a $1,500 free loan ,
1 I 'I f.1' the lecturer has dipped his sleeve in none of this is Intolerable Much of whatthey're believe, realized the necessity dipped out of the national ,

:' j his coffee or that his tie I Is disarranged, is the first familiar of going Into Dixie treasury while selfreliantcitizens .., ,
saying in place, '
and seeking to win friends struggle to their
'I i t ;li t, I but ostow are wondering if they to everybody In the audience and and influence people. He had taxes Nor are the conservatives pay THE KEY TO. : r
cut whether the bank
: or his the local
tl i they've said it so many times It bores helpers on scene saying that the deadbeats -
I! I will renew that loan for another 90 days them to be sure for the courthouse of America the idle,
'l: I too. rings in many places in this rellef-check-seeking drones, FUTURE BENEFITS
Many makes notes ("Don't forget to
r f., But what is Is the listener region are eager for a continued should receive free medical .
rr I t Ii t pick up Susie at "i; defrost refrigerator; really galling flow of patronage and benefits at taxpayer expense -
t who,, jolted awake by the final I other from \ IS OUROPENEND
rt call Aunt Callie to ask about Uncle political pottage while other citizens are deny
\ John"). courteous clapping-of-hands, decides to Washington They are deeply ing themselves the good
I \ tnto alarmed at the conservative things of life so that they can HOME LOAN
get the act by asking half a dozen
Somebody applauds a trenchant statement
i movement mushrooming carry voluntary medical insurance
i Ii j end everybody applauds. One questions about topics that have been covered this region, a movement that for themselves and

r I woman rises to leave, then realizes, often more than adequately In the signifies the end of an era their dependents.
{' for those who betray their
'i I blushing>> a little, that this is a mid-speech speaker'i prepared speech. own people by making a political In 1964, Southerners know

"l' ovation, far short of conclusion. There Is, of course, a solution to all alliance with America.the forcesof leal what the front.score The is on old the, polio tried A ,

,I Obviously Impressed by a line that has this nonsense, though we hate to suggestit It super-statism is well that in Southernersbe theme of party loyalty has

1 gone unacclaimed, a man whispers to the ; most of the links are overcrowded exposed to Sen. Humphreyand worn a deep groove in the
fellow his left "I others of a similar persuasion record. Its tune sounds tinny
on told you we shoulda already.
and the that
signs are ,
for there still many "
) played golf," and the man on his left Asheville N.C. Citizen are thousands want to smash the .
I'll' I I .i many people in the region record. Warn roa rmANCE:your new lorn*with us,you'll find
who don't
; i blueprint fully for America comprehendthe that What 1* party loyalty compared many features built right Into your loan which make

: Library Column is in the mind of the Humphreys with loyalty to the best life more livable.
interest of the United States One of these la the
t of this nation. However open-end feature which enable
I l'II I IIr II I JI Sen. Humphrey is very cagey What is party loyalty when it I you to re-borrow a substantial portion of your loan

: !t by B. Lars Newton in his political speeches, and demands that voters mortgage for any worthwhile purpose In the future. ,''r,,'
he does not expose potential the future of their children -
t( Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Southern voters to the full when it entails approvalof Get the loan you'll line for that home you. 1ike..j i "f
i dimensions of his Americans the mismanagement of the wt us today! :
NUTS made him e Rear Admiral the Russian for Democratic Action philosophy chaotic war In South VietNam

i This expletive of Anthony McAuliffe to Navy. of state socialism Down that the man in the

a German ultimatum Immortalized the beleaguered Samuel Eliot Morison reveals 'In his how South the he ADA doesn't has tell been them one White when It House requires will the not win subservience ,. <<:r w
Americans at Bastogne. spirited biography JOHN PAUL JONES of the chief architects of a of the individual ban

It was 'In the tradition of that Indomitable that Franklin Delano Roosevelt started to oft policy toward communism ' all-powerful centralized
whether over such Issuesas government in Washington run
American spirit embodied In the write a book about the great Americannaval atomic testing or the

challenge I HAVE NOT YET BEGUN TO hero "but was called to higher handling of Castro's Cuba Truly there Is a loud political
rumbling across
FIGHT hurled at the British frigate things" And Sen. Humphrey and his South that suggests that some ST .nusorwv
helpers in the South have wswelweewxr.aEDE
y Serapis by John Paul Jones from his sinkIng The Morison' volume is In the Public played with great shrewdnesson Southerners are saying "It la-

( ship Bonhomme Richard. Library of Venice Area. Here Is a book economic fear They have time for a change." FIRST6J"Our

( Jones was born at Arbiglanct In Scot. for the reader In search of exciting bio

I land. At the age of thirteen h. started graphy about a swashbuckling characterwho .. WATCH FOR ELECT STOKES

his sea apprenticeship. He served not only seems to,step right out of the pagesof COUNTY JUDGE

the American cause but France where her Dumas "BIG 3"AT DEMOCRATNov.

became the Idol CHEVALIER Paul Jones VSC Ird, IBM

and finally Catherine the Great who USE YOUR LIBRARY. Pa PP.a Ann lop d..s ...-.. tMrtMh anniversary yeor"4TM


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The GONDOLIER. Venice. Fla! Sun? Oct. IB. T9Mt $ 1
Civic Orchestra
Club Opens Season ,
Concert Planned

ith Talk By Dr. Malwin Nov 21 at VGRC ,I I ;

Venice Civic Orchestra and exalt >. ''I I' ;
Mark's Men's Club, a Vice-President and program Chorus will make its second ,4 I ,
)group which meets chairman Col. William Grove appearance of the season ata ORIGINAL ,at,, t ''t
for talks on civic arranged the program. concert at Venice Gardens ,
scientific hly subjects A beef dinner will be served Recreation Center Nov 21 at "
with era
activities preceding the talk Attend. 8 p.m., Paul Goldenstein AI
,m Night program onjfer ance is limited to 150 and conducting The concert and "
reservations should be made al rehearsals are free and

for the eveningpr by calling the secretary, C. open to the public.
jarl Malwin] whodlecwa L. Schlier Harold] Bray is The orchestra entertained
tor the Nocturne Hour
his finding. on treasurer.
Club on Sept. 8. Thirty of the
Florida Indian. A Committees for 1961-65 are
and skin diver, Dr. headed by Ed Swenson, kitchen SO Conductor members participated and
Goldenstein anticipates !
u has explored the chairman; Herb Jones, that all members will- I
esneivelartifac has ob- chef, and Harold Benjamin, I have returned by the second II
d s and table. service concert.
which have aided his The group was formed In Rehearsals I
are continuing ,
s rcb, on the subject. The 1932 to promote good fellowship weekly at Venice Junior High .
,,d half of the program regardless of creed or School: band room from 7 to "
(feature a color film ont religion. The Introduction of 10 pm. There will be a dress !,
a second Ladies Night, in rehearsal for the concert at
meeting will be at 8:30: addition to the May Ladles Venice Gardens Recreation I '

,t St. Marks parish Night program, i is being Center on Oct 29. Venice Shopping Center Wr Venice Ave.RmAa i
president Dr. Don Jaeg,11 adopted by the club, beginning The group was reactivatedtwo
,, be f in charge and with the Oct 20 meeting. years ago It was organized ? ''
in 1947 by Goldensteln '. ,-"
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Center Announces SHAMPOOS s a'e ( t
fiSh Radio Club ASPIRIN

II|| Activities Plans Begins Classes 1111' sPMae"a"ce I t i

I Tamlaml Amateur Radio a REXALLj ,
I activities of the Port has caused the group to wbrhrrN -
will free classesIn
Jewish Center get double the production this sponsor FAST lANMtlfF TREATMENT SHAMPOO I
rWay with a series of year, Mrs Blanche Epner, the radio code and theory for MR. AND MRS, DALLAS MORRIS of Englewood were Mffftcrtid.tornufe I of. j P I
house programs. acting president, said Mrs. Tuesday. honored with a party by their neighbor and friends, on P BRITE CONDITIONINt SHAMPOO" ? L4J12ior7OcI( ; ;1 1i
"get. open Pauline Resnick, a former The class will meet at the their fiftieth wedding anniversary Wednesday evening. The Stoic CREAM SHAMPOO KM. tor nnM '
events will be held at bakery shop owner, Is chair. Police and Fire Headquarters tOvtrbrook Gardens couple was married In Murray, Ky. They I tHlriKlif eta 2 93 Lvuam nrrwtfa,16ra"N i t tI

pm. tomorrow and on man. Building at 7:3G: p.m. have lived at 1504 Overbroolc Road since coming to Florida .
Nov 10, 17 and 24. The following\ day the group Theory will be I
27 I, will its annual taught by three yean ago. He !is retired from a position with the ,II
pre-halloween event' on sponsor rum Joe Barone of Nokomis and Ordance Tank Command In Dearborn Mich. t ,
also planned mage sale at the Shopping Dale Johns of Sarasota Code Army I ;;
27 is R.rwa RADIANCE ( serAAN CHEWABLE ( ''
Plaza at 9
of the programs beginning a m will be taught by Lou Her.
Edward Tien Whitfield and Many handmade items will berger of Venice Gardens and COSMETICS MULTIVITAMINS-
Weinberger. be offered, Mrs Fay Kessler, Lyman Wldney of Englewood. Ruth Duncan, Carl Joelson p t
I sale] chairman said. Students who complete the I Clnln d ita MmMfililiif ih 4. '
pct 28 the Ladies Aux On Nov. 11 the will s
course will be eligible for
bejlns activities with 10 e wtsuM rr r eASdnrr j r III I
celebrate Veterans Day witha novice amateur radio licenses Wed In Indiana Oct.
:d party at 1:30 p.m. at special film showing at which entitle the holder to e5 FACE POWDER w., IiI6Y.21tlll Mad Mel M' 11MIIrPe.eMyNs"

Center wth Mrs. Ethel 7:3G: p.m. at the center. operate with 75 watts of pow. Nuptial vows were exchanged University where she received LIQUID FOUNDATION fore-R.aR.w N N6
ilc as chairman Table The eight-day celebrationof er for a year. Club memberswill by Carl R. Joelson I her master's degree in .1l 1 ill oe see

door prizes will be a- "Hanukkah," the Feast of help students build their and Miss Ruth N. Duncan on education. She taught at Nokomis : ' R 2,2 t,
,d and refreshmentsi Lights, will begin with religious own transmitters, using most Oct 10 in South Bend, Ind. Elementary School : "
i d. Participants are red services Nov. 29 and ly discarded TV parts. The 7 p.m ceremony was from 1960 to 1963

to bring their ownA on Dec. 5 at 8 p.m, a special performed by The Rev. Quinton The bridegroom owns a ..,,
donation of 90 cents covered dish will be business in
supper J. Everest at River Park manufacturing
"e requested. prepared by wives of members VFW Gives Flag Gospel Center Church Venice. f PANOVITE
Nov 5 they will have Relative and their children After a wedding trip to the TRITE sn HAIRSPRAY 22.98 ( ,
annual bazaar and will be Invited and gifts Cmdr. Kenneth Norwood of Virgin Islands they will reside Up-to-the-minute advice MULTI-VITAMINS ,i iI
IDle, beginning at 9 a.m. will be exchanged. the Veterans of Foreign at 312 Harbor Drive. from an old fashioned cook rw
it Center and the Shop- The Center is located at Wars, Post 8118, oresented an The bride was graduatedfrom book: "Some may like their aMair.a Y weal NI. YaPANOVIIE

Plaza An early sell-out Utica Ave and Sherwood American flag to the Osprey Bethel College in Mis- steak well done, but, it Is nota I Caaou CeNh s tS

e bakery goods last year Road. PTA on Oct 12 hawaka, Ind. and Indiana taste to be commended" PANOVITE C I ,!

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Far sobs ae0WAnl ,

Rrea Church And Club Activities Planned For This Week I II r MwY'aril.W WnrX"eraof a YYd..wa a el MA.n.a.Ylr..l,lM sa W s UOO-s'si C* p j l la !t taMN 1


hen of Venice, affiliate Speaker at the Democratic social bridge afternoonat Members of Nokomis "TV Brunch with Barry"will 0
der of the Eastern Star, Women's Club meeting Mon. Venlce-Nokomis Woman's Homemakers Extension be celebrated by women SHAVE CREAMS ate MONACET p .
meet at the home of Mrs. day at 8 p.m. at the commun- Club is set for 1 p.m. Wed- Group will meet Wednesdayat across the nation during a <<
net Tritt In Plamore ity room of Sarasota Federal nesday. 10 a.m. at Nokomis Fire nationally televised programon RexauAraosa APCTaHets
lesday noon Savings and Loan Assn. will Hostesses( will be Mesdames Station to work on items for the NBC network from ,
ni will be made for the be Henry L. Williford, state Mariner Lawrence, their Christmas Bazaar. 11:10: am-noon, EDT, Fri OMIIIr R..rN stAwalr 4 fro pw rf limp 1
!, day, Mrs Margaret Busbey, .... tcidKH OMrifitMurilrt
n's activities and pro- committeeman who is candidate Frank Morrison and Atwood The sale is set for Novem- +sarrAa01 ..
]. Members are to bring for Sarasota County Cole. Door prizes will be ''ber. Members are requestedto president of the VeniceNokomis Women's- sea Na a nryNrrawuaulA

ichei Dessert and bev- prosecuting attorney. Mrs. given and refreshments served bring a sandwich to the Republican j I Iror99 ours, IOC'sRES.
will be served by the Adeline Ballard will preside. ,, meeting Beverage will be announced today.ROTARY ecu u.n $U2toP
and her committee. Mrs. Harvey Mims and Mrs. Duplicate bridge Is held at urnished. '
ling her will be Mrs. George Gibbs Jr. will be the club every Thursday at
s Mi and Mrs William hostesses. 1 pm. 31 ,
P'. GRANGE Venice and Englewood Rotary
inhere needing transporwill VYC BRIDGE Clubs will meet together
DAR Mr and Mrs. Robert Hicks ,
meet at Masonic Mrs at Vista
Mrs. Carl Henlein and Tuesday noon Bay
11e at 11:30: a.m. For Myakka Chapter of Daugh Burnam Jones will be hostesses of Middle Road, Nokomis of, Restaurant in Englewood. :: j
will entertain members
er Information thev: may ters of the American Revolu- at Venice Yacht Club's SHEER COMFORT BUFFERED
( Its fall activities Venice Grange and their Robert Eldredge, a professional ( ( If
(88-3916 tion begins Tues-
Ladies Bridge friends Wednesday at a socialgathering magician, will presenta SUPPORT f,
1 30 at .
Wednesday at : p.m. ASPIRIN
at the clubhouse. -
day noon at their home at magic show Frank Bemm
NARCEoon The Bridge Studio on East will\ be '
Progressive bridge IG:30: a.m.Those will speak briefly on the pro- NYLONS :'
covered dish lunch- Venice Avenue. played but foursomes are grew and alms of Loveland Ace d1. ",
till be served for mem- The president of Saramana welcome, the hostesses said. attending their are re- School for Retarded Children.PRESBYTERIAN 8 ? Ipa1
of Englewood-Venice Chapter, Sons of the Amerlcan Mrs. Henlein or Mrs. Jones quested to bring own at t' ..'
her 717, National Assoc- Revolution, Dr. RichardP. should be called for reserva- sandwiches and place wel-ser- aM. a.rralA naa a rHa 100'. R 0.98e #
of Retired Civil Ern Eckles, will be guest tions not later than Sunday. vice. Grangers are woe awl pplftlN f.. I'
es (NARCE) on Wed- speaker and discuss the SAR They should also be notifiedof come. raMwt : Zfor99Tabl ': '
organization He and other officers Guest speaker at the annual ,
'1 at Englewood Amerl- cancellations.
Legion of the chapter are hopIng luncheon meeting oreniceNokomis t e ; tt j :'
Hall. ------ ST. MARY'S GUILD T"IIAf311AV1 Tl T- I ,
Venice Area
mberg are requested to to Institute a KEY CLUB Presbyterian d
i favorite dish and in- chapter in the near future. As one of its activities for St. Mary's Guild of st. Women of the Church Tuesday ij i '
ual table services. They Hostesses will be Mes- Key Club Week, Oct. 25-31, Mark's Episcopal Church will\ will be the pastor, The t ',; '
business meeting dames Guy Ramsdell, JamesKalec I Venice High School Key Club award a costume prize at itsISllowe'en Rev. David A. Bowles.He SA NARINets 'r\'':\: '
be held at 1:30 p.m. Christopher Magee, L will have a fish fry at Venice party Saturday at will talk on "Womenand AFTER SSAYE RExut !.,
report will be made on White and William R. Grove, Youth Center Friday from 11:30 i: pm. at the parish hall. the Church. LOTION LOTIONS I

i by the 89th Congress. president. 5:3G-7:30: : p.m. A potluck supper and out- ,
retires of the Federal Members will make plans Adult tickets will be $1.23 door barbecue, weather per- The luncheon will be served raw R/aeh p10c tr/a p.rM.lwdwtb.e.NNa.ana.a i

District of Columbia govents to attend the Seventh District and elementary school child- mitting, will be served Mrs at 11:30: am. in the din err Rr aaM .
whether or not af- State DAR meeting in Fort ren tickets, 75 cents Tickets Ron Britton Is chairman. tog room of the new Church 1 favt Zfsraeiulr I ,
ed with NARCE Nation. Myers on Oct. 27. The may be bought from club Costume dress is optional House. her .ta I I II ralyr II I
members, Chairman Steve R was a
a local chapter are In- Caloosahatchee Chapter Officers and Circle 2, with Ir.e W.Ar 2M asa.
members will be hostesses. Bradley said Mrs. J. W. Butler as chair

LITTLE THEATRE man, will be in charge I I I r aaMMM.a..r.a rY1M BarLM I H I

Mike Cappe, director of Reservations must be made I .
several Little Theatre productions with circle chairmen or at
will lead the discussionof the church office by 11 am r
character presentation and Monday

acting technique at the Little All Presbyterian women
Theatre workshop Tuesday at N.w/TWIG/
d mww are Invited. n CAM NOMS ._ "
8 p.m. at the theater. lj
} The will then divideto ;: [
group yw Fran........n .ra. i ;
read scenes from "Bus METHODIST WSCS : ... ....-" Mi31Amkw . ,
Stop," "Pygmalion," "Uncle 2,.,glJ& '
Willie "The Glass Menagerie w . Z1OIi ..I... Witton q '
"Sharing Basic Freedoms" /rllfalr "" .. I'
," "The Rose Tatoo" and will be the program themeof i 1'l rYak.Ma.K r II, PIn A.a lYe I i
to ( aWM
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. the general meeting of M a.Jrs 2 for 1I0c '1 ,
Experimentation with dif- Woman's Society for Christian 0:{

ferent roles Is one of the purposes Service of Venlce-Noko- WA NOM' a'N0a"FACIALCREAMS DUSTING J ; I Ir
of the group, Gerl mis Methodist Church Tues v,
Becker, co-chairman with day noon at the church fellowship POWDER 'r '1
r_ ; f
I I I Joan Dillon, said. The group hall. earl"'ln- KLENZO ;
will work with contemporary LatIJO -- i,
comedy drama and suspense, Mrs. O. W:' Groff of the 1 .....,.i. i "f
2 ....,<.<. <|>h* llmr.rin ''i
as well as Greek drama and Frances V. Curry Circle will lor 2'* 'i : : I. ,iu..r>. r ,
Shakespearian plays lead, the program Devotions 151 I I I'
Everyone Is welcome Including will be given by Mrs. Alvin 11&a. 2for80BLUE C i

high school students, Jones of the Hazel Woodard .... J
the chairmen said, and all Circle. Mrs. John Crofts, BEAM, IOU.oM wHTjnoiotDEODORANTS !
theater activities are Included president, will be In charge
of the business meeting. ._ ''i
in the workshop program.A .
A .. Ife-Cxlll.1- ORAL
0 program produced by the Host circle will be France ,
workshop group will be presented V. Curry Circle Those attending J J' =:.a.a: 2",70, cast It... .fr..fc.s! C F
... slur. I '
later in the season. are requested to ft : rwweee,5' S'5 12for7Ug 4 t
Saraiot. County tax volume Taking part in the last session bring their sandwiches. ._ jPiiiCi;; Arlldlwdalll1) ,19 T.

In lass 20 Increased yean (,200'/ .. while. my office were: Jerri Riley, Lois AU phurchwomen are Invl .;:;=.'f
50 Roth, Skees Roth, Seymour ed.
staff Increased only 400% . f25 Smith, Joan Dillon, Mark i t'j

perionf. A tribute to my efficient op' White, Dorothy Ellis, Mike I ; I
ration. Cappe and Kay Durfee.WATCH. When you art sprinkling '

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before you do,the sprlnklini ; ?

Treasurer For 'THE ''BIS 3" at VSC This. trick helps to make the

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_SI-.11.:1 Nokomis Nettings : Venice TJast -I a P ,

t : I By MARY Telephone ALICE 188-M49 MURRAY I By BALL i.l 1 ;

-. Mr. awl Mn. John Homer 'tarried a while until' things After three months in Michigan Funk have had a busy two ,I'monthl.

are among the returnees quieted down. Mrs Rose Peters has returned . On their first trip

ADS Houses. For Sale Boats For Sole from the:: north this past The next door neighbor to her. home at 110 they went to Glen Rock N. II I I !
Help Wanted
CASH RATES week. They disposed of( their of the Romeo, Mr. and Mrs. Paddlngton Road. Mrs /. where they Visited their

t BEDROOMS. 2 Bath air home of many years when John Foley also returned Peters' former home was 5.,. son and family the Wilbur
conditioned C.B. House{ in CAR HOPS boy or girls 1962 MODEL, SHOUP Out. they first went north In May this past week. Mr. Foley ts thaw Mich., and she has a John Funk's and grandchildren '

| |2-Word MinimumONE Venice Gardens Phone 488. Ages 18 years and up, part or .board, 20-ft. 8-lnches L. by and clayed with Mrs. Rom- a brother of Mrs. Romer. host of friends there. She Rebecca Jimmie' Mark
full time. Dog and Suds. 7 ft. B. Good condition. $580. er'i sister at Sodui Point, N.
Soon the the them all but
8714 week days and before < rest of family wanted to see and Wilbur J. Funk Jr. After Ii I
INSERTION and after 6. FULL OR pART-TIMB dance Phone 488-2674. After T p.m.. Y. Mr. Romer Improved in will be here when the Frank didn't feel up to going fromfriend's their return from the East j I 1
19&17 i7roeken 488-5019. health and came back to the
teacher Meded. Training VandeWater return. Mrs. house to friend'shouse they had a housftguest fora /
8c Per Word available. Apply: 1233 Gulf 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruli neighborhood in fine ihape. VandeWater is a sister of so she rented a summer week Mr. and Mn. Al Kelley t I
They had the experience of John Foley and Clara Romer. place I nearby Houghton and daughter Barbara from I
stream Ave, SaralOta.SERVICEMANR.lIable. er. Ship-to-shore radio I'J'J'
riding into and out of Hurri- ad:
D THURSDAY Rentals Depth finder. Marine head, -0- Lake stayed put and invited Staten Island, N. Y. The !,
| SUNDAY local Double planked Mahogany cane Hilda. After seeing; two Mrs. H. L. Brant had asher all to come and see her. Funks and the Kelleys are old '

THREE ROOM FURNISHED man needed, 25 to 40 hull. $1.700. Call Venice 488 cars blown Into ditches they guest this past week She did spend sometime In friends In fact Helen (Mrs. II '

70c Each Apartment la town monthor year Must be bondable. 5455 or see at Tarpon Center Mr*. Henrietta Hancock Saginaw at the home of her Kelley) was bridesmaid for I ,

season See Mrs. McIn- Steady work good pay. Will Marina. Legal former resident of Snook sister Mrs. E. Marlot and Mary IeAew they were i I:
Sc Each Additional Word tyre, 316 Pedro, Venice. train. Insurance and pension Lane, Nokomis East She now did go to Flint to see her sis Funks last trip t

program. Phone Orkin for Autos For Sale 1w lodre' oIn... live in St. Petersburg and ter-in-law Mrs. Lillian Hard- was to Nassau where they reported ,
.. ROOM Private entrance appointment. TOTLJIA N. Elsa acre. Mrs. Peter plans were they really had ball.
M Arote AILCu' ". III 1541. 488-1991. a. Es.nitr>x of tha BMataof enjoyed meeting old friends a
.tau. e.55.. .. .. eI II .nb and bath. Near Port Office. Bth.1 Nay ..". DaBauad.RRASWKLt and neighbors She was the to return to Florida in late Joined by two couples from i '
a. lor .-. ItIe Call 488-4774 days 488.2537 POSITION OFFERED 55 CHEVY PANEL TRUCK, MOWN.nlna. October with friends Staten Mr. and Mrs.Thomas I
.. I.I ..el 1_' ......ft4r. Ven sell 5,, 1 h.. 5. s55d/m. first secretary-treasurer of some r
M.m ./ u .55h Nd. evenings. ice-Englewood area. Handy or trade. Call 488-2832 At,w--r. I. E..ueeb, the Nokomis East Assn. They who were driving down but Ryan and Mr. and '

...;;..:'I.+f_ta.II.G.d.O.r. 011' SLEEPING ROOMS. man, yard work dish wash. V.a.,.Olr.n.Nodd. Saab 5111.' spent two days in Naples as she said the urge to come Mr. Joseph Ffesfer. they ..f\

per week. Outside $1200 Ing kitchen maintenance Used Trucks Ibllahl, Dot. II. It, Nor. t.I. 1M4 guests of Ken and Ruth back to her own home came boarded the S. S. Yarmouth I :
Nokomis entrance. Seasonal Dec. to April with Shepard, also former residents upon here sooner and she just In Miami for the colorful Bahamian ''i I '

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ph. 4883912. possible eventual year SARASOTA'S INT. REGISTER NOTICE: OF INTENTION NAilS TO of Snook Lane, Nokomis packed up and came home by capital Nassau. The

ION Edition, per Inch .$3.OC: SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT around north-south atfilia HARVESTER Dealer The indanlrnad' ricrmoua.. harahr rUff Eat herself. three couples toured the la- :

gBolh Editions, per Inch. .$3.50 I Large living room with fireplace tlon. Excellent associationwith Offers Day & Nit.'SERVICE' that ..... .. aMtdaetlm .. aircraft. -0-. -0-- land by limousine, spent a
unfurnished $60 per family. Person must be and PARTSOn .Municipal nil ,raala Past Airport iarrlaa p. O....B.1.._(IT at, Dick and Emma Bernardof Word has been received day at the famous Paradise

LINER ADS mo. yearly lease Close to sober, responsible conscientious all makes TRUCKS VMIaa Florida, widir .... fletltlmi.n Laurel have returned from that Mrs. Alexander Moore's Beach, shopped In the open

shopping centers. 720 Golf and willing to work. EQUIP. SERVICE.m) af PETITE, and IkM AIRCRAFT aald firm*b RADIO aom- an extended trip to Europe. father passed away in St. air market and of course visited

$1.30 Per Inch Dr., Venice. Call 9244819 collect Apply B. R., Box( 744.Venice COME in and SEE & DRIVE pad of UM foDovtuv. _, .. whoa* They visited France, Switzer Louis this past week. He was several of the "uninhib
after S p.m. Any of our FULL LINE OF .f.IIo.._..aad alaaal af ratldmaa, ara M land Holland, Italy and Eng Mr. C. L. McDonald and was ited native night clubs. The

LICENSED REAL ESTATE I NEW I. H. PRODUCTS Ylnasl r. r...., 11..1.1.. A5P. ...r, land. In the latter country 99 years old. Dr. and Mrs. Drumbeat and the Cat and
CANCELLATION or ROOM FOR RENT :Reason people needed. Kathleen From the Fabulous SCOUTto v.1,5' 'Iorid.. l Airport Dick visited his birthplaceand Moore have been with him In the Fiddle they named as fav.
ADJUSTMENTItautftt able. Call 488-1872. Wilkinson teaches We spon- the Famous TRAVELALL 5T54A Fat..Sa.klp had a most interesting St. Louis for sometime and do orites. They had calm sailing ,
son or hire. Enroll now for lI.rk V. r..... .1' Ban Araaaa E., time there They took over not plan to return to their both as their trip was \
and PICK UP'S ft ways
.. for cancellation . 2 BEDROOM HOUSE furnished next class at John E. Mc. 0..Me' Fatu Alnraft' n..H" 500 color slides which turnedout Venice East home until late
Bof idiuttmenf became of error Laurel. Florida Laury. Realtor, 262 S. Taml- LOADSTAR'S.WEST ....... fa aa follow. i Vln....' T. ,... this month. just after and just before the .
COAST TRUCK la 10ft I Bra M. ...... sOt I Mark v..t.I beautifullye two Lady Hurricanes were i
limit.. be mad for Thursday room. $70 monthly No pets or amt Trail. Phone 488-5551 or r.tu.Hi.. tees. -0I -
(GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.mi children 488-3916. 4885698. SALES & SERVICE INC. .. .M.. :b.In lb. Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Mur Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. churning up those waters. i
3450 No. Washington Blvd. Clark afaraa Citu11 Coort I. d tor I
Monday. For Sunday GON. ta Gaaatr, Flnrlda' to rnrliUr ray spent the last weekend
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT, WOULD LIKE nice depend 35"-5197 Sarasota 355-7681 the .... ..... of Frtt. Aim aft *. baby-sitting for the
BEFORE s ....... .. . younger
DOZIER pan on Partly furnished. Retired able Radkt the ._10. at WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. '
working woman to l"Ierttla" ._. NaM. boy, David and Stevie La- t
ThundlY. people preferred. Bay Point help with evening meal and Legal Wli.. oar ...... 5545. 189 4., ofO..b. gasse, while their parents RAMBLER DODGEMS '
Subdivision, Nokomis. Phone baby-Bit in return for room 1111,INCPM1' P, PEflTC.: attended a wedding in Ft. S. Temieml Trail 488-3965-488.6150 It ,
Phone 488.3125 4881110. and board. Own room and EVA M. FCTTFMARJCV. Lauderdale Fla. "
entrance in
184,. t'.f..I.' ... 5.w.. r.5..,. private home nice Blda< win .ha raraltad IN.UIIANc-br the" 5.4 .Badia/a/a Patta Aka f4 Mr. -0- ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Lots For Sale w.I.... 1 11/I,. ..r..I..... III' overlookingpark. at, Publla Inrtruetioa, Saraaota OouaKlorlda, Oat. It. lo.I, S, 1M4.FLORIDA. Harold Chamberlin,
0w0I... LOU JACOBS. 411.KIT Call evenings, 488-2633. : at tha afflo. of tha Ac who has been In VA Hospitalat C Brake Repair a Lubricate Chanii

VimiCR BRNIDeNl M>TSHNICE WORTHINGTON APARTMENT School-;'ant I Admlnlitratloii fiup.rint.nd.nt Building of Aebonl., tilt. IN THB COUNTS IUDos'a COURT Bay Pines Is being transferred S Front End Alignment a Oil Change
BUSINESS SITES Business Personals Button Strart 1._ Florida, ap to IN AND Iron SARASOTA. COUNTY to the hospital in Can. e Front End Overhaul S Adjust Headlight BeamE'ectrical .
across Venice _... IN
lltO P.M. 0 M, 5541 for
DWNM LOU JACOBS ...-..n Shopping Center. Large 3 mhlela" I..a.on.... to aorar aehool I Ib. I. Bon "to. etWILWAII nandalgua, N. Y. His three e Wheel Balancing a : : ( Rapatrt
Dressmaking iMa and _...W was W. WDlJfIlf, daughters and all the grandchildren a Stand
alterations Overhaul Automatic
room and efficiencies, fur 8p Ifkatk.. ara arallabla at thaofflra Pieamt Engine Any or
Houses For Sale nished. Low annual rental or draperies, ate Reasonable ot tha A.Io..., Smwrlntoadmt, NOTICE!: or ENLIST OP ORDER DELARINO are near there and e Radio Repairs. erd Transmission Repair
468.1136BOOKKEEPING Dlvbloa of _,._ ....1... tal'R.tto. (; ADMINISTRATION UN- will be able to visit him. We
monthly. {12 S. Tamlamt ........ TOCBSSART
i Stnat, Florida.Saraanta all wish him well and Alrcondittoninq) Repair. end Initiation
.. To all nana .1. ar hope
Banoat any
CITY OF VENICEOn Trail Phone 488 2416, or '688522. Th. Bolrt of Publl. r..etJ. M .
Income ..,54 tho .I.hl to NJoot red all d.0.,. t of WILLIAM that this therapy will be all -
cop illlt'-
beautiful Nokomis Av*. Tax State-Federal bide ...."..... and lot ...1.. ..r 5.dUI W '. the doctors hope for
] Bedroom 1 Bath home Wage fo..llil. ,5. ..... 0w.. ., YM and aaek af ron ... kar.brnotlflad
Reports Personal ., that aa end.r daelarinc admlnlrtratlaa -0-
with Florida room living o8'rt.t'. WILEY, 100.-.,. ' nf tha aatata of WiLe
with fireplace dining rooms screened-in porch your home, Champion typist II..... .f P.055. 1..lralt'. l... JAM W. WINNIS, dataaud, ai on.naoauarr Mr. F C. Sheeley died of i l''
room Seasonal Robert Bay Drive, 30 years experience Nominal Goo ,,.. .. hw baaa antorrd by thaHonoiaMt Injuries suffered in an auto
loom, kitchen. City water Oft 11. IK. 1H4 JOHN T. GRAHAM.. Juan
Fee Charles
Nokomis. Phone 4881333. Z. Nelms, 1752 of tha Conntr Jodja'i Court SararotaCoqntT. Sept. 12 in Orlando. (
sewer sidewalk paved Banyan Drive, Venice Fla. Florida. Tha, total rail raluaof Our heartfelt sympathy to his
in mil COUNT nroor COURTIN
ilreet Beautifully landscap ON THE BEACH (t Casey Phone 4885254.TYPEWRITERS. AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY.taz nna.aald BaM ojlata ordar wa..aMamlnH.... ""5."..k., wife and tamlly.aatwC O1 .d0 t Unc.
ed. A real buy at $12,900.Spanking IN PROiATg greeting Service .
Key, 1 and 2 bedroom la the UtloB thvrafnr eft Mrs i ,
a a IN OP
ipartments. Seasonal $1,000 and Adding GARDNER. Box llll rfolroaila, PhrMa. ll t. Dr. :
new 2 bedroom, and $1,200. Call Don Heath, Machines (mechanically operated Daoaoad Procata. F1I. No. 'TSO ... W. WINHYI: Jr. 5401 If street 9/p'ThPThT'/ N eT"eQ eP'.P"90"91 I. 7 1
l Hi\ bath home. With centralheat 488-2151 or 488.688. ) Chemically cleaned ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORSTO AND PERRONe N.W. A BLAIR R 151' AND W.hlnsb DEAN? .IT, D.C, ) ,I I

and air conditioning. like new Just $12.50 plus HAVING CIAIMR OR DEMANDS 57., W EuaanaAttomara WIU'$ '. M. Jr. ,,
City water sewer aide- 1 & 2 BEDROOM houses nicely !parts if required. All makes Yra AGAINST" ara haratnr SAID aotlflH ESTATE and, twrulrada P, O. Boa:for 1ITI PoIIi., ....., !: ., Cordially t

wali. Close to shopping. furnished. WAlking distance Venice Stationers. 211 W flla anr .& .. ar d n.nj which rw lit N_.. .at, to <
Well financed. Priced at to beach. Utilities in- Venice Ave. nay hava amt, lb. FraMaa ...,. oC"LOYD V.bS. FbrId.Poblkb Welcomes '; '1!
488-6113. ALLEN OAIIDNIEIt . 055. II, U. N... I. 5. IN4.
$$14,195.! luded. Fishing and boating. 'ate of araaoa, 'aunr."lor .
e e lain t..NI"" af Horn. JOHN
Yearly or seasonal. 4885127. T. GRAHAM. SaraaoU Coo.. I...., + ,
VENICE GARDENS SHEPARDLUMBER I. eke caret Roma at SaraKta. You and Your Family
iyetrs-old.;Well under bank FURNISHED APARTMENTS FlorUa withla. ... aalanaarmontba
fcota tba data at tba Itrrtxnblleatlaa METROPOLITANLife
tppralsaL 2 bedroom. 2 reasonable. Walk to beach CO. af thtt Nattaa.I I l To Your New Home! i i
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baths b ataha ar dnnand sow
large Florida room and shopping. Call 4883447.
1003 Weihtngten, Blvd: aid I I
central heat p.ld..e.d:: J = ;=
and air conditioning : Evenings 4742569. Sarasota tha vlaaa aT .
add.. 01.he CI..elt I Mall .
plus refrigerator ..... Ie b, .. CI.I..t hie ..., Insurance Co.
freezer, washer and dryer Misc. WantedWE call ble .t..op I .h.n _....,.. b7r TAe State of FloridaIt

drapes and rods rugs ELLIOTT PAUL .5 51.7 d .$.,d/I.-54 :.s.4 Ind...t.rr"t::

mower and garden tool*. NEED MORE GOOD for 'I'M fill. r.. OIOF odd" M. c. A. "Chuck" Reiter C. T. "Chuck" Reiter ri our drain to male you feet welcomeend
1.55,5 45 laim.. and alalia fa, .sS..Mds.4 J
Unusually nice landscaping., LISTINGS IN THE CITY ROOF TRUSSES fraal Ika O .. Priced at $15,800. or VENICE RAYSHORC, frets' te acquaint you with your city.:

FRANK! C. RAZBURN: GOLDEN: BEACH, GULF Alum. Windows A Doers. ',::J =.4 SAIDKBR.PublUht t. 655.. II IIof rW ia/o/motio; wffrWf eWffftrfiwi check the plan/ I j I

Realtor: SHORES. GIVE US A TRY. Contract R*.finq A rVmting r1nri Al.a' _. D.5N II log are / 1

211 W. Venice Ave. BYRON MARKLE Realtor Phone 488.2132 Venice U".op. I .* I i COUPONMeI I
Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 488-4706 SLASH ANII DEAN [ I | CLIP THIS ] If you are new in the oreo a phone
P. i. Beni 1671,

DON'T MISS THIS ONE! Misc. For Sale Mobile Homes V.154.A tt......,Ibrida. r.. 1Es..I,'" II ) To ( ) LOSS OF INCOMEP. call/ will bring you o prompt visit/ from '
Widow must go north 2 00. II. II. U. Na. 1, 1N4 ,
Bedroom, 2 bath home. IN TOSS COUNT IUDGS'S COURT O. BOX 128 ( ) RETIREMENT INCOME your local hostess. Please give her a call/ .d !

] new. A real sacrifice at 8-FT.. REFRIGERATOR good IN AND P'l'R SARASOTA COUNTY."LORI"A. /
EDUCATIONAL FUNDS She has and free and wonderful
Venice Fl ( )
$.11,750. Very central near condition. 5000. Phone 488- MOBILE HOME OWNERS IN PKOBAT8 !, *. maps many i
shopping centers. Byron Mar- 3912. CAN SAVE INSURANCE RUSSELL L. HIATT. I 1! ( ) ANNUITY ( ) HOSPITALIZATION gilts for you from local businesses
to, Realtor $ | WITH NEW MOBILE Paaau. Probata Flla' No. 1155NOTICE i I

in family. Two large Exclusive with Edge-Van Yee ,0. ..4t 5'd .nd n,5..aI
bedroom, CB home 28 ft. x NEW BA. Orsdale Agency 10 fli. .., ..'. d.nd .hleb pas Street City 420 Nokomis Ave. Venice, Florid ; I

[11 ft. screened porch, could HAMA Lounge, 4" foam Example: 'W RUSSELL' t. ROATP: af I ,I
be converted into 3rd bed- 36-ln.'ga* $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils Dod 1..4 Saraaota County I Phone __ Age PHONE 488-3134 ,
room rubber $22. lorld." I In tha afflea o( H.... JOHNT.
High and dry. Call 488- Square Deal, 300 Pocono on Coach (No deductible GRAHAM. Saraiote County Judra '
235J after 2:30: and on week. Trail Nokomis. on windor I. tka Count Ooort H .
ends Florida within al* 1md r '
hail) .nonth. from tha data of tha tintnhllatton ,
1,200 On Content (in. of thla Notloa.Eaoh . tAR tlC I : t
I BEDROOMS 2 Bath near J-County Equipment Co .... ar d..nand. moat .W tot DISTINCTIVE : 1 1
eludes Theft at
Gulf. By Appointment. Ph. BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA additional cost) no = \p5..,..d 45 .d.n I.I ..':J pat.0.11 I.;r..:: I
f$5-5705 400 Additional Living' .won b tIIo CW.tot hk ...154 Corners .
1Bi. f
55*, tlafarahkal. Sakaraa* Prlraw. This week ,odds" M Expense 5 ble< 55.70 attonrrl flllnafaa.' ahaQ. and a* araoanaanUd. ..lah.amottnt bf. (
'?.*.. I aV.4..e.d.; : Itaadr. Decker Tools 10,008 Personal Liability ., d .a.d .45 51.4 :ro" : sold ,
0 IOU "'coa.. 4 l-aMT Blackh/ 230 Medical Payments D. nun. r.. .aF ... ddd tho 1 r II..,., ..
of claim, ..d .1.,. form. mara
LYONS BAY AREA. Noko- TWO FALL SUITS (men's, coverage PLUS other too extension numerous to of I "I.offl*.*........ (ram .... Catmtr ..'. t '

mis, I rooms and bath FIe sire 42), finely tailored, mention BLANCHE E.: ROAST! IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD
room and porch. Central duct at $4>$ 0, .. AdmlnlatratrK' of tha. Eatattaf INTERESTED ? i''
[ recently
bought .
$57.00 per year In City or KuaMll L. 5 5. Oaoaaaad.'tlnnatt '
teat built-in stove and oven never worn, will sell half- 2 bedroom C.B. built-in itove extra large screened 'I I
adjoining park* Slightly
.. Tile roof. Garage price. Three tweed overcoats, higher outside of fire pro 41 N. Tunlaml'anloa Snrfna I ,Trail.K T "" ... H. N. Wlmmers Realtor porch and carport. Good terms only 11700. '

nd carport.- Min. $500 down, 7415. Appointment Friday, tection. v Florida.PublMl 5 South Venice loft on Rt. 775 at Temple. All for $2500. I ,
H 555e. 'Iuo month. Cull 488- aturday.,488-38BQ. EDGE-VAN ORSDALE Oat. 11. 1M.. N. 1, 1M4 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Sorrento Shore cor. lot I00'xl40'. Below cost at $3660. I' 1

GENERAL ELECTRIC 21- lit W.AGENCY Venice Ave. g: :TTIE AND COUNTY FOX SARASOTA JODCM COUNTY.FLORIDA COURT. Agent for Western Union Telecr rlph .Real reasonable by week, season or year3rm. furn. Apt. '

Waterfront VENICE GARDENS$14.500.00'e Inch tuning Cabinet and remote TV with control.power Telephone 488-1289 IN RE I ESTATE, IN OP PEOBATM Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I. CONN I IaM.
}*' 83x120 foot lot on big Phone 488.4476. NOT CrE TO CRBDITORSTO flla No. TIM CLOSED SUNDAYS HAL ESTATE: BROKM GALE L DUNN ........ 1 '

off Master Female Help
Wan SAID Dla1-rf: i rBONESi Baa. 4U-.M1 Raa 4II-UM
oven matching refrigerator Yoa an aarabr .545(5.4.x4 rMvlrad I_ .
and eating space in WantednOUSEKEEPER GERMAN SPAN- 16 fll.i anr alalo or damaad vbiok p.

jjkh n. Financing! available, 'ISH lessons for beginnersand mar b.-a aaalnat D.tha. .4 Ealata. late afEthal atBaraaMa

:413 MYRON: MoGLYNN Realtor and Cook, advanced by qualified of Hoa.,JOHN ac\-.I\ :: ;GRAHAM.,>'rl In ,tha f afflM LOTS . Harbor Drive, LOTS OF LOTS INTERESTED? Duplex For Sale '
Shamrock a Ph. 488-4874. white age 50- 0. Niceome. eacher Call 488-1497 1214 Bale., Oh. baeb =
Coe.ep t tC
: $3540 Cadis, $4445; No.oml 5 LOTS-South Venice -iiditioned IN HIGHLANDS !
References required. Mango Ave., Venice. H.. 51 .._ PM14. tb1., a5 ;
"ODERN 2 Bedroom Itt State salary. Reply Box 748, tint.4ad ph5w5'. _.W" .1.......... Ncel 11\.' 41.. ofI *. $3900. 10 / down en 1500.00 'eter end Each side has two bed. ; I I';

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GONDOLIER Venire, Fl.. Sun, Oct 18, 1964Ii

VHS Jayvees FISHING Olive Arnell Wins Annual

',: U'l a I Indians Middies How To Fish NEWSFishing / Raeburn

Lose 31-0) Frank TournamentOlive

; reports from Boy'sSporting
Ii r'
I For Snook Goods indicate that Arnell edged Char- par, to be held in

: Play To Scoreless Tie Sarasota bull reds are hitting at the lene Rule 160 to 161, to capture with > Halloween conjunction Party,
Jetties, Including a the 38-hole Frank Rae-I Participants are asked
I Florida' Roughest, Toughttt, Faking Fish er caught by A. M. Shermanof bum tournament at Lake come masked. w
: : Venice High School's Junior Venice and a 21-pounder by Venice Women's Golf Assoc :
I Venice and Indian varsity played a fine defensive Copyright 1964 Timothy Byard of Laurel. -
Sarasota Junior Lt'l 45 after the Mid for three j' iation.
game nearly the
scoreless broke Both were caught at Into the final round
High played to a die into the clear from Going
quarter last Tuesday nightat By EARL F. DOWNEY Sherman's with
I tie here Thursday afternoon his own 27 and appeared to be Sarasota against the Sarasota south Jetty for bait ..ndBy.rd' Olive held a six-stroke lead bA pp
I in the season's opener for on his way to a touchdown. High School "B" team, a Jackflsh over Charlene as a result of
both teams. Several hundred Schepp managed to elude a on shrimp. Byard'acatch her 77 in the opening round.Charlene' .
but finally were overcome by Beginning The GONDOLIER will publish included 14 lb.,
[ soon a also
fans braved gale-like wind pair of blockers and caught score
d I a the Baby Sailors' superior series of "HOW TO FISH FOR SNOOK" Earl Downey, and Stt Ib reds
by 12'%" !lb.
rain witness 83 the registered
f and the threat of to Ripley by the foot, throwinghim and was an same
manpower dropped a author and 40-year veteran snook fisherman. This is a first Other reports Included: Wednesday'
the Sarasota County Junior to the turf. by Olive during
31-0 decision .
1 I encounter, which was a Fullback Ward Curry wa for a newspaper about fishing for a particular variety of Mrs. Marlon Bridges, Venice final day of play Char STATS FARM
Sarasota scored first In the fish due to snook fishing's popularity. Gardens, 1Mb. red; 4-lb.
the duringthe
1. defensive battle all the way. a demon on defense throughout lene narrowed gap
by the the afternoon for Venice opening quarter after takingover red three mangrove snap last round with fine 78
Deepest penetrations a
First installment is a short biography of the author ark!
on the Venice 37 after and several small reds
LT1 Indiana were to the Mid. as he made several key his qualifications for writing the series. Following articlesare pers ; to Olive's 83, but fell one
receiving from deep in Venice Bay i
a punt Buck
die 21 in the second quarter tackles to prevent the Sarasota Weaver stroke short of tying and two
Indian territory. The drive ; "Snook, What They Are, Where They Can Be Found"; Trailer Park 21V4-lb. snook
I \ and to the 24 in the final offense from making a of winning
f per "Becoming familiar with Snook and Their Habits" How
: carried 37 and ; Carl
't live
yards was plnflsh
cap. using ;
iod. Both threats ended with serious threat. He was also Hazel McGlynn's 84 was
to Fish by Tides And Moon Phases"; "Best Times ToP'lsh" INSURANCE.
by 12-lb.
: fumble recoveries by Sara the Venice offensive leader led a pass Thompson, Venice tops in the nine.hole division,
I "Best Times To Fish Tides" "Water And Tides
p from the 18. The extra point ; By ; snook, Jetties,, shrimp; Russell .I.Ir'
iota with 48 yards In 11 carries while Pauline Raeburn came
Mr. Snook Prefers" "Snook and the Bait They Prefer""The '
made ; and
was on a running play Naramore Nokomls
The visitor's lone sustained for 44 In second with 88.
a an
i I average. and It 7-0 ball Tackle You Need How to Rig Up"; "How to Tie Venice
was a game. Herbert Sterling ,
: l drive was to the Venice 10 in The Li'l Indians were forced This Wednesday's event
the Knot" Sinkers Rigs";
Safest ,
Strongest "Swivels.
The Baby Sailors made It ; ; aboard Lucky II, 17 mackerel,
J the third quarter. Here theLT1 to punt only once and that "How to Make Minnow Rings Without Soldering"; "Howto will be match play against
13-0 late in the second period using reflecto spoons.Bridge .
J Indian defense stiffened was a 66-yard beauty by Use Home Minnow Rings"; "Best Live Bait and .
I and threw Sarasota back two Steve Deans. after recovering a Venice
Artificial Lures" "Seven Live Bait On Your
; Ways To Put
; I yards in four plays where Sarasota led In first downs, fumble on the Indian yard Hook"; "How To Hook Shrimp"; "Snook Fishing From George GerdtsTo
they took over on downs.Halfback 5 to 4, and gained a net 85 line The half ended without Scores
Bridges and Piers"; "Use of Artificial Lures";; "Feather-
t Venice
Steve Schepp preserved yards to 54 for Venice. making a serious ed Streamers From Bridges and Piers"; "Trolling or Still Head LVMGAGeorge
in Next Venice is scoring threat, although the Oct
the tie for Venice opponent For Snook" Bridge Studio 1p'fir
Snook" For
From Jetties
Fishing "Fishing
the final moments of the'I Macintosh. The game will be Indians made three determined ; ; Gerdts 357 Gardenia
:; game when' he stopped Sarasola's played here Thursday afternoon __ defensive Btanda to n _hold____ "Snook Fishing From Beach or Surf'; "How To Make a p.m.IMrl. Rd.. was elected president
the down. Strike"; "What To Do With Your Snook"; "How To Makea W. Loeffler and Mrs
Scott Ripley on the score of the Lake Venice
I Skinning Board"; "How to Skin a Snook"; "Excellent W. Gelsser. 57H.Mrs. Men's Golf Association Tuesday
The third Sarasota six Snook Cooking Recipes"" Locations In 18 Kalec and
; "Snook Fishing James G. I

I : ;'1 Exhibit At Sarasota Federal pointer od on a came 66-yard In the run third after per.the Counties Answers On East About and Fish West" Coast of Florida"; "Questionsand 3-Mrs.Harry J.Reimer H. Morris 58. and I i zation's night first during meeting the organi of the 4 ,

For Gerdts
; host eleven had taken over on 196445 season
Mrs R N. Gould 55 tt.
their own 20 following a All of these "HOW TO" articles are designed to help who served as president during
A colorful display the other display explains the 4-Mrs. Elgin Morison and
; space touchback increase the 1963-64 season, it will
catch of the famous Florida Fish HUGH
your Fighting G.
Is making a twoweekrun operation of the eastern test Mrs. J. W. Kimball, 53H.
I the Snook. Save each article for future reference. be his second term in that
The touchback occurred
I in the lobby of the down. range missile firing and recovery McPHERSONOvieaH
when Venice Bridge Studio Oct. 5 capacity.
town office of Sarasota Fed quarterback ran Watch for them each week in this Reelected for second
i newspaper a . .
eral Savings and Loan Assn Both units of the exhibit are three yards for an apparent . . 7:30: p.m.IMr. successive term was H. L. Ills a TAMIAMI Venla. Garden TRAIL

t I in Sarasota. illustrated with large color have Indian the touchdown ball squirt out only of his to You can secure your autographed copy of this brand and Mrs. W. L. Evans, treasurer. VENICE.: FLORIDA
1 The exhibit has been produced transparencies which trace new 1964 illustrated edition of "HOW TO FISH FOR Scott 524. New officers are Bill Smith rtkUMMTSTATE
i I by the Community Relations the pattern of a test from hands in the end zone where SNOOK" by sending $1.00 to Earl Downey 3100 Park St. 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris and vice-president and Paul

Division of the Air the time the missile arrivesat it was recovered by Sarasota.Venice's North St Petersburg 33710, Fla. Learn the secrets of How Mrs. J. J. Nealon. 46%. Maurer, secretary FARM

.I Force Eastern Test Range Cape Kennedy until it is their drive started on When and Where to fish for snook. A list of Hot-Spots in 18 3-Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Tom. Out-going officers are Bob MUTUAL
i j and Air Force Systems Com launched and recovered down own 27 went for 73 counties is given covering the East and West coasts of linson 42.Bridge Rule president; T, L. Hatcher AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
yards in seven plays, the big
in the Atlantic Ocean. Mom OfficeiMmlnston. ,
:, mand One part of the exhibit range vice-president; and Jim Illlmii
I gainer; being a pass completion Studio, Oct 6 .9.I
the missile test Dramatic pictures of our !
I highlights Duncan, secretary
center at Cape Kennedy and principal missiles Atlas Minuteman from Dalton to Lorenzo 7:30: p.m.IN. .
I \.(). Thor, Blue Scout )avis. Florida.BOWLING K. Patton and R. V.
I Sarasota scored twice In the
Jupiter Polaris
Pershlng, Handley 29.JCoL .
t." II Saturn and Mercury. final period once on a three- .
: for anenjoyable Titan Ira Nelson and Myron
yard run and again on 12-
Atlas, all names which have a Schoenfeld. 27V4. \
\ : GOLF filled the news lanes for the yard pass play. 3-Mrs. Clare Carlson and w
The Baby Sailors registered MYAKKA LANES Rekm. Kllby 111. John McUurMaIB
I day of past three years during the Jim Hill Ml, Hark Crana l tBaark Al Journeay Jr., 24tt.Woman's I 1
.? thrilling tests at the Cape, ed nine first downs to seven ?.Mender.alb. 470 Ate.m hlom_...tall. .for-Lu.III.Y.m. H.I.. B.....) II..'. ....... Lea- t
shown in the for Venice and 233 yards SaraaMa Pnoait Produeu, Club Oct. I
display. I ra. -
i are Ruth Conklln. 1M high .UIMi
TRY .. ....
rushing to 50. Venice hit on to MarehloneB Otlur leas t. hoik aariaii v. Lumber
The missile and test range ........ Co. ebb team high nmal Dean 1:00 p.m.IMrs. .
of for rood i Lee Chedwlrk 1M Kill \
SARASOTAGOLF seven 13 86 .
, display from Cape Kennedy passes v., Linn 161 Maya RumiuMn 117, Cardinal II2-UI kl"k eerie for So l C. K. 'Bryant and
yards while Sarasota com- Robby Mnb.atvr 1M Rlkltl Smith beer Tile Other nod looreei Bill Bod-
I is the latest in the continuing
CLUB pleted six of 14 for 85 yards. 707, Patti.. Klauai 16{, H.... dull ;ft"I Kelly MO, Carl.. Wolf Mrs. James G. Kalec 60.
I series of art business and I Carlara it{. Phil Sherldaa 3-Mra. Lawrence and
: GREEN education exhibits which Sam Morgan and Davis 179.a.nkdt. sot, Bill i Trah.n. 101 Earl Edca Ml.
tiiY. $3.00 appear Water OMIUnilrir Mw' 209. Tom Enoch 'Rick Hubert 107.Diva Mrs. J. W. Klmball, 8943Mrs. .
were standouts for Venice, Gul CoM Development I"II
. . . in the community galleries Cheyne Chapman
too tilth National T. B. Richardson and
teem Krtmi l.t
both on offense and defense. sot, AI Ferria 101.F. .
Just OH Bee Ridge Rd. Venice of and Sarasota its three Federal other in Both made several saves \O.nk. B.l..h5 of V..I.. loan high ken..0 bl..blIh. for...Tom... ....." Karr/ Bird. ...... ...,... Mrs. Elgin Morison, 54ft.Col. .
South of Saraiot -Oo-Op Btatlon, MH4 Dae Shock Vincent Dixon and
from their defensive positions K..m BulMwt Art W,H.. til Huh | -
i ;, Sarasota County offices. ame for Splitter Dr. WaIL Other ietl high a.rl.1 for Co-O* Statloal
Dr. R. F. 54.
_. Wilcox
to prevent Sarasota from sad uoreil Herman Duke lot Wll- Aiutln Shock. 111-<12. klik for i
; lard 101 Bob BOOM 1M, Al cop Stool,.. Other food aeareei Da I
( coring Morgan netted 31 .
.Bock IN.Carllnt. Shock .1 0o had a 17a ama, GlnnyrHahl Bridge Studio. Oct. 8
yards in five carries, while 178-170, Aoitla Shock ... had a
"I Black UM Meal Taera 221 ....., Fnd Yaila 191.Blalack 1:00: .
.. 1 p.m.IMr.
i FUEL OIL Davis netted 12 in six carries. !- Bmfttlr. Berfeatare, M4- .......
toos lane Johnwn, tn hifh eerie.or Inaaraam Afaacr .. Louis and
: Dalton averaged 36 yards onsix l : : ,.r.-Ian.. Chevrolet lOll taamhlih J. Unertle
Taylor Hardware Vie 1
E A.ll r- I punts, one carrying 54 281 high tarn. for Smlttj'! Beefreun.ther eerlM! WhIUaker. Eoln It...... Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson 59.
..... .
yards nod Moral. Frenrte MeClaln 1011 team bah ) Bnma vat 1. 2-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and
Run Out of Fuel Its, Bud LenJham 111, Bom Splitter H7-1SO for til hlih aertaa tor DuaK.y
: Why Venice hat open date tomorrow toe. Art Riuwll; 104, J<*. Hunter 102.: : e. Ch..Jot' Itarl'. Hoaom In 01,1"a Mrs Van B. Carter 56tt.S .
Bus Cnlllnere 101. Ron Coo. .... far Woll.. lI.rtllllal. 0th. Harry Reimer and Mrs. J.
but returns to actionon ., -
Oil This Winter? Bob Pl...... too and Bud Stoner ilL d .e.ra A'81. Gorork 110-110. In Florida.
r Oct. 27 against the Char Baa. Vemllni Senke. 1.041.l Lee.a. F... 170-171 too wbaker's G. Smith 54. ..
I lotte High jayvees; at Punta . 8p ar, I..., ITU teem hlob Kola' XI.... 4-Mrs. W. Getsser and Mrs.
And Let Us Put You On A Gorda. .tour.l.t high BI.I..k.....Lunn.. Rurlett., Ann.H..d.I.. rte. W. Loeffler 52H. ,

CALL IDt hl..h _. for FINI "ocIorol R.,. beer is natural
Monthly "Fill-Up" Basis! for ran BI.look I Bear Iniuran Wrehoff 187 Airener.ther bl.hnm. Churchmen Go Venice Contract Bridge at a picnic, a

Re-Elect root eeoreet Bertha Kefnolde Club. Oct. f, 7:30: p.m.

HELSER FUEL SERVICEPark RAYMONDDistrict 107 178.. Dot lea Jaehorrk Paul I 171 let Ptallne Ro.....KI.Covlll_ To RetreatVenice NORTH-SOUTH When you're relaxing it your favorite outdoor betntjr root will

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Mrs. Elgin Morison and
Em -
let Mkhan
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Ph. 488-4140 Ph. 488-4959 Justice of Peace : I7t hlih Laundry nrUa, 104..8027.for E.....La.indnr. ..... a dozen Methodists at the I02V4. fact, you can name your recreation-swimming, biking or just

I WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS I paid political adHOWDYi laundry Key I I Duffy iRiiranfle Lmr Armey, 111 Oth hlvh r tarn.or food. Florida Methodist Laymen's 2-Mr. and Mrs R. V. Hand- watching TV-and chancel are nothing in the world fits k quo

I I .ewer Rkk Hubert 1a1455 W..deli Retreat at the church's youth ley, 90.3Mra. u well as beer.

5 II..511 196 JO I5S.161-5l. DI...... III Jnhn, Jhesy l ,'iau.e.. De.u camp on Lake Griffin Lees- Harry Lawrence and Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder thtt

v, 104.S. .. burg, last weekend. ,Col. Ira Nelson 87. live in land of freedom and
I II ...... Nsr.ry My M..h..1 we personal our right to enjoy
I I........- A..I.. Lbe.1061.,.toom The' delegation from Yen- EAST-WEST beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one but an important one,of
lOch .1.I rnknn G. 028
tan h"'h" 'mat John Nokomis Methodist Church -CoL Vincent Dixon and those personal freedoms.
230101, for Hamilton. H..... Included
Other"ood Roy Bemius Sr., Myron Schoenfeld, 100.
56.00...on.t 120 Di-an clay (Cardinal'.....r 121 lit.. Floyd VlocClaln Roy Bernius Jr., Robert E. 2-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and L In goes with fun, with relaxation!

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IMOI Nan bl.h ...1... W. T. Muhn Robert E. Smelts and
+ G..t'. Can, lOtt team hick .....I Marvin Turner Laymen
Chuck Pwllok for Pun 011 and loss
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I i I 01' II. lbs 01,1 ..100, Ch..k
Pnikk John Farley and E
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I ___ mll hlh ...1. for Parity Keeter completed the group.
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Thanday Roaara-lvai Laafaat from churches over the state
rH .South. Iniulatlon.. .186S. team hlirh were registered for one week.
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