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 22, 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: VID00244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte I I!I

NO. 83 16 PAGES MEMBER i I ,
20, THE:

Victims Of Mechanics Lien Law 1"1" : I II"

Walkers Resume Court Fight For Home I :;;

idge Bypass REPLIES TO CRITICSDefends Hearing Is Set '

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lontracts LetI Director Teen Haven For November 4 ) ;

I I Road< Department highway department's conS i
The Arthur Walkers are going The Nov. 4 hearing has
Impleted contractlettinge structlon work in connection! to court again Nov. 4 for been set for t a.m. before !
three inland water. with re-location of U. S. 41 another round in their long Circuit Judge John J. Justice
Ibridjes and the U. S. and bridge building necessitated legal battle to keep their on a petition by the Walkersfor I .
I put in Venice at anI1 by the West Coast ]In. South Venice home a bill of review of foreclosure
I cost of $3,433,495. land Navigation District project proceedings instigated .t
Mr and Mrs. Walker are
r Dredging Co. of Tam. here. against their property by
:i the threatened victims of
Inch previously won the Highway crews started last ____ Florida's Mechanics Lien Walker and Hallowell Inc. of
1000 contract for the week on surveying work pre. __ Law, sometimes referred to Sarasota, to which the unpaid ) ,
I Venice Avenue bridge, liminary to construction, in their case as the "legalized $446 lumber bill was owed. .,
, ow bidder Tuesday on which will get underway larceny law." The Walkers' troubles began
latchet Creek and South shortly. It Is anticipated that
to in 1961 when they went ,
They are fighting save
11, at $854.658 and $642- the road and '
bridges will be their home at 28 Stanford back to Jackson, Mich., their
ectively., completed late in 1965. Road, South Venice, which former home, to wind up
o Contracting Co of Digging of the can 1 they bought and paid for in their affairs preparatory to
1tl was low bidder on through Venice must await full and on which they owe moving into their new South
our-lane U. S. 41 by- additional federal approprltlons. nothing but which was sold at Venice home they had puschased
fat 1046591. Dredging is now In court order, without their the year before
contracts let Tuesday progress through Lemon Bay "+ knowledge, to satisfy an unpaid Learn of Sale ,i
sent t final phases on the to the south. I ada bs ; iit sub-contractor's bill of
eh. t v a On their return to South t
which they were unaware. Venice they were met by ,
+ The former Michigan residents neighbors and told their ;i '
have continued to occupy home had been sold out from 1
elp! their neatly-kept home under them even before they I
during three years of multi.pie moved in.Before I '
legal proceedings Includ- the sale of their I t
ing an ejectment suit filed home at public outcry two letters t I
against them by Edgar H. had been addressed by 3
Mohr and Nelle C. Mohr of Sarasota County officials to
Willing Hands NeededOn M Tampa, who bought the $8,000 the Walkers in care of Gen I I
Walker home for $1,000 at the eral Delivery in Jackson, a
court-ordered sale. (Continued on page 2)) '

Fish Reef- Project- _. "'E . .(....,,_ UnitedAppealOff ":
"-- I't' HI' .N ""' ''' _. .._ '..
fin Jaycees sent out an the tires with a power drill:; -
{today for Immediate as- cut the steel rods to put I i
ce physical not finanon through the holes and then JUVENILE DELINQUENCY problems In the South County mentary School. Jim Tillman, Sarasota County (juvenilewere 'I I

their planned artl- pour concrete in the wells of discussed by a panel of law enforcement officials, counselor, responds here to a charge by teenagers that ,
| ref f the tires. schoolmen and clergy Monday night at the Venice EleTeen Haven Is a "hood hangout. I To A Good Start ,

h. of ,.
the situ
urgency "Eight men working
>+t *
|) due to the fact that it ily can assemble 100 units of
1 be In place out in the five tires each in an evening. Mrs Bertha Reynolds, Teen Venice Elementady School men, clergy and two Venice' Its purpose was to come up United Appeal officials, en- that the Advanced Gifts and
| by Dec. 31, or their We have fixed 200 units hi Haven[ director, denied Tuesday Parent-Teacher Assn. High School student leaders. with a way to combat juvenile couraged by the early response Residential divisions, the two
i of Engineers permit ready, and have 800 units to that the airport youth Forum Drew Crowd The teenagers were Invited delinquency and all that in this year's drive I units already at work, deserve I
spire, center is a "hood hangout The public forum to discuss to speak after several ques attended the meeting can efforts to raise $24,001 in the a lot of credit for the
:bodied! workers ared go."If the Thursday evening The denial was made in re juvenile problems drew a Lions from the audience had verify that the larger part of South County area, urged job they have been able to
between the hours of schedule conflicts, we can sponge to an indictment of the crowd estimated by Police been answered by various the meeting was spent lam- residents today to maintainthe I accomplish. "What these two
| p.m, and dark every work out schedules for other Venice youth center by two Chief John C. Shockey at 225 members of the panel. Several basting the Venice Teen Haven pattern of early response divisions have been able to
sections to be made of be installed at the site behind Monday night on Juvenile danquencv them teenagers made about airport youth operated. Walter Johns, president "gives every Indication that
M tires reinforced with Venice Lumber Co. for after. problems at the Teen Haven was describedas center which was held up by "Only one person had anything of the United Fund of South we are well on our way to : I '
I nit and filled with crone dark shifts. Venice Elementary School. a "hood hangout" by Sue the panel as one of the meas. oc\l: about it. Sarasota County, Inc., said a most successful campaign." .I
Dr. Luck said the buoys Sponsor for the forum was Miller, teenage daughter of ures being taken to combat "When the pancake he was delighted with the The drive is aimed at the
a group calling Itself the panel moderator Rice Miller, juvenile delinquency. supper In September, I askedto of "human
|ou don't have to be an one to be used at a time support through united givtag support the
of Concerned about through the Said Mrs. Reynolds: be assisted parents who
Committee the midway by
Ft concrete mixer," said to mark the reef will be shown to date. "An enviable needs" of the less fortunate
hour discussion. "I attended the meetinglast would with the supervising
under the auspices of the two panel help
I Luther Luck in and installed record has already covered by nine specific
project ready a week
at the of the dances other
Panel members Included law evening (Monday) and .
fman, "All weeks. Llttrell the early agencies including the Chil ?
you have to within two School. been set through
enforcement officers IchoolGoldwater Venice Elementary functions to take place thereas .
ii tome time on your Concrete Co. is donating a I have had returns," he said, "and I dren's Home Society, Happiness i
yet none
a It isn't hard work. 500-pound buoy( anchor. He 100' Meeting ----.. No Volunteers know that the hard work of House, the Sarasota I ; .1
need someone to col. added that $300 more is need. "Until last night at the i our many volunteers will as- Welfare Home, Venice Youth ," ,
the tires in uniform ed to finish paying for entire OverwhelmingChoice meeting no one has even vol.unteered sure that the trend will con- Center, Visiting Nurse Association : I ,
five, drill holes In project to help. tinue." Red Cross,
Set Tonight I- "My husband and I have General Campaign Chair Army and the Boy 2)I I /I r j ;'t ,
In Area PollSouth spent many hours and a lot man William C. Payne said (Continued on page 2)i ;
of hard work to clean and add I i M
Ihamber Warns A long-range program for

South County's development of commit- Sarasota County is Democrats said they were to help the, but Teen it was Haven.not the We adults had : *
and appointment Taxes :
solid Goldwater country If for neither candidate. One City Up
that it
tees are on the agenda of to- helped, was teenage
balloting In The GONDOLIER said simply; "I want another -
nlght'l first general meetingof boys that sawed wood, nailed : il" I
Jon the recently-organized poll is indicative of candidate.. boards and partitions and
Men' Back South County Committee of how the vote will go in the Still another straw voter swept floors. I
Nov. 3 presidential elec. who did not list a party "Teen Haven is not a hang. Tells '

I unsuspecting South Ven- crating in the area. 100.The meeting will be at 7:30: tion. affiliation, said, "I'll not out for hoods. I took over the Haaer Why < 'i
for of them." operation of Teen Haven in
Jwwowner executive pm i in the city hall auditor. A tabulation of the unofficial vote either i
was the vice The Chamber
'f' 'con turn vote in the news- He suggested a place they July. I closed for the monthof 1
I' men" this week, said the man told him he was to add to what I Venice with more across the board than
I1'* "The enthusiastic reactionto paper poll showed the Re. both could go, and itwasn't August city taxpayers
"! to C. A. (Nick) quoted a price of $4 per hun this new group has been publican nominee far ahead the White House. think, has turned out to be a Homestead Exemption will they did last year.
T', executive director ofJanice dred pounds to clean out his really tremendous," said Bill of President Johnsonin Here is the Initial tabulation nice place for our youngsters."We find a $2.50 Increase In their Owners of unimproved I +
Area Chamber of septic tank and then was blllips, Committee of 100 the cumulative total of the ballottlng in have run a dance 964 ad valorem tax bills, de. property, rental units and
Tierce. presented with a bill for $36 week with the the fact that the overall business property not subject
Its every exception spite
I" president. "However, sueess cast by Republicans, Democrats the newspaper poll:
Ilex said a South Venice Keller said he has been Informed : depends upon the cooperation and Independents. Goldwater, 73 per cent of one Saturday night tax levy remains at the same to Homestead Exemption will I
1 reported to the Better by area septic tank and wholehearted Significantly, almost as (Republicans, 28 per cent; We were closed so that the 8tt mills as last year. not be affected by the increase I
Jjwi Division of the cleaning firms that the job \ DeMolays would have a large Hager pointed out,
participation of the ,entire Democrats as Republicans Democrats, 24 per cent; The 1964 taxes are due Nov
W- that a fraudulent should not have cost more at their dance in the since at the same .
sep- area. expressed a dependents, 21 per cent) er group 1 and are payable at the office they pay s -
rcleanlng outfit Is op than $18.The "We have gotten off to a preference for Senator Johnson 20 per Venice Gardens Recreation of City Clerk Harry W. rate on both the operating I
chamber official said start. The of Center Hager in the City Hall. (Continued on page 2))
good presence Goldwater. No Republicans (Democrats 17 per ID'I; R
he reported the incident to aU members is urgently requested expressed a preference for Republicans S per cent) "Since the September open. -Hager explained that the In. I'
Fifi Venice police who relayedthe at tonight's meeting. ng we have been in the posit- FallsToACool48
La Tour Johnson.A Democrats for neither crease in this year's real es- Mercury 1 >
Information to the Sara Specially in view of the fact small percentage of per cent.Mow's Ion to enlarge the bandstandto ate taxes is due to a changeIn ,:j
ante County sheriffs .depart that the committee appointments twice its original size the structure of the overall .J I" I II )
TiereAreYou? ment. cover a broad representation - Lighting fixtures, paint I partition tax levy. '
Issued warning to the boards, material for I
Keller a among memo Last 16 mills went into The temperature dipped to i
at the counter and year
I' Fit! LaTonrr 'retlr"ripper Venice area homeowners to ershlp and we're counting canopy
a the general operating fund a cool 48 degrees early yesterday \
'liel I is living in be on the lookout for similar offer-i upon each to be.ItMiles a real working Time For That bandstand(Continued plus on paying page 2) for and one-half mill Into the the lowest in Venice 4t' '
Ihe'. fly-by-nldht operators
keeping it unn.wraps. inking fund. City Council In nine years. I a
Ing similar household sere this year cut the operating The previous low was 45 i J: I I
itne Magaxlntj reported ices. And he urged residents Osprey Makes levy back to 15& mills and degrees on Oct. 28, 1957. Other t.t.J I a
the sports section of its to ask for the 'blue card"Indicating Elected increased the sinking fund low readings in recent
Issue1 that a Ven- that the firm reliability has APO Christmas Mail Plans For Cof C levy to one mill. I years were on Oct. 23, 1961 I
out -
resident' signing that been 'checked Business Realtor PrexyWalter OSPREY Business and Because the sinking fund and Oct. 27, 1962, when exact ';
"" had by the Better is collected from the total of '
been sending civic leaders here voted levy temperatures 49 were re
the VACC. Now Is the time to and Fleet Poet Office Naval
81. Division of get or t
Louis Cardinals L. Miles was elect- strongly Tuesday night in assessed valuation, every corded.I i.;
Justice of the Peace E. S. those overseas Christmasackages Post Office.Gifts I.
cards all season pre- ed president of the Venice In the mail should be In favor of organizing a Chamber taxpayer Homestead Exemption ,
lug (Bill) Raymond said a warrant > packed will be paying an additional
uld win accurately they can be sworn out against Area Board of Realtors at Postmaster J Douglas Ar- boxes of wood, metal, solid of Commerce for the one-half mill more

'. the World Se the phony septic tank, cleaning ; the annual meeting. Tuesday nail said today the "mail fiber board or strong double- community. than last year on the $5,000 Weather ', '
No outfit If the resident, night.Kermit. early" campaign starts today faced cardboard, securely William Luptak, Richard exempt from taxation by the i
SUCh name is listed whose name Keller did not L. Mlcklethwait and runs through Nov. 10 if wrapped in heavy paper and 'acheny and Cliff Hardin
general operating levy.
Y telephone book or Hsclose, can furnish a license was elected vice-president, you want to make sure your tied with strong cord.A were named to a bylaws HIgh tiow RaIn :
directory and The number or other meansof Myron'' McGlynn, treasur parcels going by surface slip listing the contents committee. This means that the tax. OCT. 14 8'7 'IJ .03 ;
J I1 toUER has been un- Identification.Vote ''er; J. Herschel Morris reelected transportation are to get to and name of addressee Next meeting of the group ayers with homestead exmptlon OCT 15 88 12 .04 ..
locate her. secretary and H, N. the armed forces on time. should be enclosed. Certain has been tentatively set for will be paying $2 60 OCT. II '78 118 ..03OCT. ,
,! mt on, rm,. take it for the candidate of Wimmers director for a The term armed forces, he declarations are required on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Recreation 1'7 SO '70 .00 1
lour choice on Nov. 3rd, three-yesr term. added, includes military personnel parcels to many destinations. Center., Rexall 1 Cent Sale contines OCT. 18 81 10 .00 r!
-n,ny of whom are soliciting their families and Your postal clerk will Instruct I through Saturday at Dick OCT. 18 SO U .00 I '
; trout vote throucrh the media Tomatoes, 19 cents pounds civilian who receive mall you on this score. Sugar, 5-Ibs. 39 cents this m' Meadows downtown, and OCT. 20 'lII 68 .00 Ii s y d ,
the Debonalr0br Lewi V GONDOLIER display ad 'h weekend at Kwlk Chek 1nJUaltq through the APO at New weekend at Publlx in Venice Iggett's, Venice Shopping o0 i s-,

It, "*, Venice! Gardens; erUslntf._ Shopping Center York,. San Francisco: : Seattle Watch for the Bit 3 at VSC 'bopping Center Center RADr I'M MONTB ,80 I


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i I : ___ 2-The GONDOLIER, Venice Fla. Uun, Oc, 22, 19 Mrs. Cunvood CARD OP 'THANKS

Iy Walkers Mother\ Of City, 1 DIRECTOR DEFENDS dN G AnD ynAonulote' ...T.. -IkM t Is...'=.I-"r.--. ::6.l. ttolr ll.h.etl.M,sd l( HTMyothr ""jj*-. ALLEN

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Real Estate {hiib"lo D. ?.... .* Convalescent
Official Dies'A (Continued from page I) constituted an appeal for Mnrr1.' II "jr atoff. CI

(Continued from Page 1) the bands few more chaperones at the Teen (vZlloi'=:: Ho.O.SB.I*. Kothoro.No.' .''Vol. Aourulkit o Arom. Nursing I Horn,
quite old
pioneer resident of th a I Haven dances, Raymond sal 0..1 14, Aria Elwn is/lepersl. ._ s.. ...' .s1.01 W-'J I 24 HOt/ Nursing/
1 i i BEDROOM HOME> nut city of 57,900 population.Both area, Mrs. Stella B. Cut bills hat been possible. he felt there should be at 11 a th"" N.,..._To 1 15'P.V.Iq clot. N.V01.A..ra n.r55. .... Phn.'enlce se-;
414,14. "
schools ,1.ds.
store and. -
# 1. p1aY totters were rtturnito wood, 63, died Sunday at i i, Open To Parents least three couples supervising ( : WyowY.r1.Sl.;; .. .ake.r' p. T50MAe L ...1111'1'' In POIICI oa 411.111111!
l ground. Rent or fell, only 'T, the Saraaota County oWe o local rest home "Teen Haven is open house the deportment of the k.s..oM ..,......... awl __ r- 1.505sklrSrMellluslsrsaslllafltanar n

1' month Ph. 488-1231. 'lale marked "addressee! ui 5, She waa the wife of the at all times to parent who youngsters at every Saturday: t:.:e" 151 vole.LomeNore : .. ..=

I known." late Charles E. Curwood\ aruslaterlnlaw would like" to MI bow It i Isoperated. night dance Raymond la a .. a .. :,.. .nln..... Ky..b.t
Legal It developed that aU th e of the l lete< member of the Teen Haven bMp I .t=. Y. .,

Urn the Walkers' Jackao n James Oliver Curwood famed Mr. Reynolds went on to adult board of directors, I let wif Q.dtr M.r..rR.1 :

! I;i Nolle NOTICS M OF tank rUBUO II.| OT.HaASINO W! M address 109 Beacon Stree t nature and adventure cite the Bendy inereaa In at- parents. Criticised CUff.I....W MoI.'ql_. '" Art-..1'........, .

j P Pea tl l ., lilt Cote of 0.41.._ was a matter of record iI 3tory writer who was a free endanc at the dance since Ann A.. lb.'... SfTV! 1 i 1 t, I ., th. Clip ., Y.tb.s. a mblto the he youth center reopened "Parents neto, be parents Vonlflol I Rand* W>I>M"ob
\ b_rln, will M l"lo b/ th. Cllr Con*. files of the Sir a jot luent visitor at the Curwood ," declared Joseph Ba. 6.1. Ih:i WlnthrofI D' 0410 VmlooRo JAMES T. AGENCY
i I I oil of .w .. last month after refurbishingand Vonlot *nl .l |INC
o cit ti ritr' o* County tax collector' offlc e home In Englewood.Mra. Brook. ,
I I tho lost dar of )..... .,, Ivli ot remodeling. Purlng the none sixth grad.e teacher .t Oon. Vnnteoi Horrr M, 5/1**
Silt P. M., for of oou- in Sarasota and the count;I' Curwood was ownerof Venice Elementary School."They've VontoM I'0.5.Ih' >. UIIINoboUo.. go "a laCe
t'y/ .po' tho o "uri"/;: .. W, building office in Vtnice. Curwood's month of October she said, Otfc IbV' R ,,n.; Vonly.1:.I:;
r. ..
j make the :
Cottages onLemoq to
rol.d.. Jr., wi J.n>. W. Ponds, 134 attended the first Satur- got a ": : N.I. /
+ III tors ohonr. ,lo _.... .*...1. Under the Mechanics' Lie n Bey..She came .to rules and not be afraid to enforce ern qnrtMl, : A0nn P: ->-iHMiirr a T929
1 I and day 218 the second and 221 ='t:=: N.b -/
i llonuo from lataxlokUng LiviMflPookoj law "diligent search" mUll I Englewood from Conneaut, them..' 154. Wills.' I 243 W. VENICE
I ll -Lllu.n.*COOWOJ Ia'' pU.Onlr o te> PrmliM InUalMtfni okrmdor'a >. made before forecloauri' Ohio 41 years ago. Her birth. the third. Paul Ooldeiuleln auggestec "'It.. Itl !.b ....... V..... 041.rI..n VENICE. FLORIDA AYE
j 1 , UOMT Sum, 111 W, VnUxT"s carried put. Defend Center V.I. G..d.e. V.10D.
1 F f i; I''... .14' Flit \ are piece was Florence Ohio. The one person in theudlence the law should be changed to .... RS.s.A< V.t.l $:"': Select and Cenwlf
",! ...,.. Prolda Diligence CbaUeaged She war a member of En. make both the parents end _. 5..w.t.t Mnr sl.r., V""oa' PHONE .? I
) I .nPullw.d b, ..... ee the ctl7 C.... The Walkers contended! I! wood I . who defended Teen he child criminally responilble h..NN C..b4 t'':M "tot 'T.lot. pendent Intursnce Agent a
Presbyterian Church Dd4. Jah.
A t Haven at Monday night's forum / 481-6791 would your Doctor
their for
JIAU" w. LAGER, petition a review Survivors include her son, in cases of juvenile or Lj*,..
Mr. In.. Hatchltt criri..1rarcuJT.u.x1
was ,
that in light of the fact the"Jlckon : -
llrllebp I Guy E. Curwood and two rlme. "Not only should the .... .
? "W1.h' oat 1 1NOTICC address Venice policewoman who aa- nlo Vonl l : :
was a mater randsons. parents be responsible forward N..b P-rl e"Kl Mghr" J
Gerald A. andharles
; OP PUBLIC HEARING of record in the files ol f elated a* chaperon duringaturdey and room when the m.n, VmlM AUxrlUlo' Brlwkl, N"rtPoVt i
W. Curwood. all dance I..tTear. \ Boo. M. fra. gnel.l."o .
Notfto I. bmkr Sloan puranint to night Cbylotrtl -
i nJ I Pea >M rf U.. Cod..1 Ordlnonro: two official county agencies,' residents of Venice. She ia Mrs.. Hatchltt asserts child is detained by the Juve- vAl.
Cltr of Vmlot Plorldo, thot tho Tit* diligent search was not madeo file court" he declared, .i. ttl Jo... V-lo... EXPERIENCED MECHANICS
I r.inell of o.Id! Clty will 014I4 oubllokoirini locate them. also survived bya sister, that for the most part the beavior Knoo>k.l, Monk, tort Cbr- .
M Uo Cltr M.II, Ml No >- Mrs. Edna Sledle of Cleve- of the youngsters was 'they should be forced to .lotto Member Chamber of
bw 10. liM P. M. for boof Commerce
IM4 ol in
Th Walkers' predicamentwas spend the night IcIJ Ie.
'I II 01 _I.. .... ."'_ I.nd. Ohio and six great above reproach. an DItCIAKOCtO
I :.followloi OTM '.: noonoiTot. brought to light by Th randchlldren. "Teen Haven 1 II known asa int cell. .t Hi aooklo' RMMbkr (r.Y0t' )
I .1, tTT / .| /.Td.ST.I NI41. of GONDOLIER and the case Service. were held Tuesdayat hood hangout, really .Lynne Corbett, teenage V MbBnvlrwooll, El.1 .. 0..4 11.1, asp.: B&W Auto Repair
s ;
,, f t tot .., Blurb 0a.k Virw .. .. of received widespread public t Rawlea Funeral Horn blonde teenager Sue Miller laughter of Mr. and Mrs : Vmlool Ir:. M.kor ..51Girl f B'hr.
1 V...,... Fkorld.. ly. The attorney general of fred Corbett, suggested the Vonleot .. VmlcornrTNohJitol MODERN EQUIPMENT
Chapel Englewood with Th had declared at the Monday : = OW7l .. !
PutUokol bit or* of tile Cllf Conn. ene
I \ etL Michigan requested the atorney Rev Alexander Linn retired meeting. And she went on touse1' forth for Christ rallies could _.Ohooooll. Vo... O EXPERT CRAKE SERVICE
RAIII., W. LAGER: general of Florida to e a deterrent to the juvenileirpblom. IMI. M.."'.," C.IUw.r. Vwh. .l Joh. ...
that it I ie "usual for
ict '
oitv rtorlrrViblbhi into resbyterlan minister, off Miss Corbett said '? M.rtln. Vlc. .t Maria. Hirbri. ALIGNMENT ft WHEEL
((1 i' look the
Oil. IL I* IM4. ease. ,
. ting, Interment was in Lemon someone to walk in there 74aq t'an'gs.
I. she had attended rallies of the tUmm'teli .. .., BALANCE
I Judge Justice) ruled in October Bay Cemetery. drunk. There's a lot of smoking : I :::..rJ.M! : Vontoo PwNokonl.t C eO'
: ,ii: 1903 the Walkers could going on outside," the Youth for Christ movement lint St..."... Vonleo. ENGINE TUNE UP I

i MunicipalCourt file the appeal for a review HARRY M. OWENS continued "and then are i a 'Sarasota' and termed" them 0. Ill Edna. A_Orak T..eLa....l Mojito. OVERHAUL
'moat B' oUl I r
inspiring. -
: and it I I. on that the Nov. 4 lot of people getting pcked(
I H ) hearing will be held. Harry M. Owens, 72, of "One thing that has not :'ootllll' .....1 A.......... Nok nl.lluoM AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
,lJI j I n.l Croton Drive Venice up."I b eon atrtssed," declared l theVenice Broirft. Vmlooi Ana Col. TRANSMISSION SERVICE
I ._ As a result of the adverse don't think there'steenager a Y.I.I k> H.lhtr Po Voolool J< ,
I t' ..enklplWgun'T. .bbS 1r Garden, died Sundayenice .t here," she went on High student "is our ;< Vonkot he.. M.3lo .
national the
publicity given 488-3502
42? E. Venice Ave Ph.
J. Hospital.Mr. f lth in God. If we could get Ion, SU roMntarcl. Pk/lll. Kwor.
I l' qr. ate' Mechanic Lien Law "who ,can say they're proud .
j Un*d.s4 k voMoHloii' olbokollo here I Noko M
and IM o.4 ... s movement was started for Owens came four of Teen Haven." the rallies. started here and 001. if i cuioM eu..I.p.| ; ALL WORK GUARANTEED-
t, "I ton*! M II '*n, .kut.r Miimot .- he Legislature to revise the years ago from Gifford, Pa Susan Murphy, teenage S it the kids to. go along, we ; .=.Aria = Iners.dl ii. J.ago.

D.M dead. HiwobHw "... sew. here he was a pumper with ,daughter of Dr. Douglas B, would have fewer problems." oba ot lioMlo' 'tnmm ,hod IMo South Pent Oil'' Co. for II and ':ilo>' FWr I UUo-. Port .I
i i d inu o< W II Aon, kHur MMtonto It was amended at last Murphy, local physician What Te DoT 1.10. W.IIOM P<*-. O.we.
j mMdod.K.Urr. y..r. He was a native of agreed with her fellow i.'sr E. J t1UMhC1 9Jome
surgeon c9
''j . Mmno __.. traffl 'ear'' legislative session. oudenport Pa. VHS student. "Little kid "What do wa do," queried :'KusiJrjr. f
I .. however o. s. R.r '.
j nod |MHwtr John J. Blair 'cMSttalkKnrk
,/ r Alorrt aiMw IT, (mrfleiolulM say, He.was a member of Catho- In about the sixth or seventh Ity Judge ...... ..... Y.1Ni
II I fir, >* IM, IM ounmiool.Jookm . that instead o< helping them Uc Church ot the Epiphany ;trade with long hair combedIn when the parents won. ..cC" 1 ', .BOM Or ..| Mlldnj d.M tr.1 > 261 Nokomis" Ave. YenlceMT
j ... Y.I.
S. arodfor rflo it has complicated! matters
? And
apt the responsibility _
and a life member of Hill Top ducktall tome 'Y
Un IN III I up
I I I nri'i.: : . end, among ether things, T lllman observed that "we're $1...' Nato PortborlMUl
Mv :::Cooyor 0.Y i Volunteer Fire Dept. in Cyclone the doctor's daughter I Cl.r-
I Uwronoo .*l lor.. Nola'
ti l lit. forces them to spend .
441.fh.d Pa.Survivors. made ob- 01 ily scratching at the surice. Vtekori. 'P1at14.I .
declared "and diorlottol 15551
I t. m WlMlo tnrfl I very
.4ol.Ui n.oi 111, tonal legal fee for "noticescommencement" Include Ms( widow comments" I believe" he said, ,lirmrn* BMtoU.. Lmroll. Will.... : d .
I scene
i" Gyp .. el..ebs I ri, tram" ot !before Dnnlr. V...,e. :
It Tfcl.t *. And Ml, III .... ..d.1.I Mra. Josephine Owens; The :young Miss Murphy that It takes a complexityI V.l.lD. '
construction of & .
I I I : tBobooeb.. tnlOt .rloJ. starting on a a daughter, Mrs.. Betty Highfield oted I that she had been a o agencies to combat the :I. Coii wTvonloo. GorWV. '
... ;Ird: 111. MUnited home. r1. In HJI. ".MM 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 4S8-229I
D. 11I1a... er ns. .."... ..4.4.t. ; two sons, Thomas 1 member of the original youth 1 ivenile problem. Nnl.b.a; 1.00.45 per01br ar.V.r. .-
I I ', (1.01. UI III .p.4.4.l Owens of Silver Springs, Md.and I board of director when the Dr. Jed. E. Malwln local .

1 lames Owens of HOIIIton. J youth center was first open- dld mtist and youth evangelist,

; Texas and Venice; three j "But I haven't been back s issrted that "the one com Club Continues TRUST HIM

l J. Appeal City Tax sisters Mra. Jennie Land and I IMn. for a year and a half" she man denominator ia the hu-

i : Ruth Hulllken, both of I IBr.dford Iceland, "and I don't Intend man heart" He said the dl Cenwier the Ilf.. of the field, how they grew; theylell"" I 1

I (ConUnaed from pare 1) Pa, and Mrs. Fan. t:o go back until I hear lots r actor of the Youth for Christ School Project not, neither do they spin; and yet I say unto you, the

; I I (Continued treat page 1)) ale Lacey of Rochester: N. I IY. more: good about It." m ovement has attempted to Solomon In ell hit glory was not arrayed like em o1theie.
!' Scouts. This brought Sarasota ale Inroads into the Veniceea ENGLEWOOD Beautltlatlon
; a brother Orvllle Wherefore, if God to clothe the el Un
: levy and the sinking fund gnu
t. : Mri. Carl L- Hamilton is of Coudenport and 10 grand bounty( Juvenile Counselor s but has met with reslst- c of the Englewood Elementary
I ''I I, vy.Hafer. his feet in field, which/ to day It, end tomorrow It east Into th
I chairman of the important ildren. j r tames Tillman r ice from law enforcement School grounds wananlmously
'i i; I Advanced Gifts I division, cited as an example, A rosary service was held defense of the airport youth s genies[ and other groups.: adopted a. oven, shell He not much more clothe you, 0 v' of IIHli.

1 w .1 while Paul C. Maurer of a property assessed at 110,000 Monday at Farley Funeral! CI :center "This la the observe- "I'm foolish enough to ben umber one project ot 'tb. faith Matt. 62830.

!I Casey Key is heading up the with Homestead Exemption I Home Chapel and a requiem thigh Ion I would make," said Till- JJman. eve> in the Bible," said Mat. y ear by the Lemon Bar' Gar Our Services Are Aolakl! / To All /Regardless/
.1 Residential Division. Last year, such a property Tuesday. at Churchof "You can't expect the w iIwho conducts\ meetings d en Club at 1U meeting at St.
y :,r.. Mrs. Hamilton I it well owner would hive paid $80 in- the maas Epiphany. Burial was situation, to Improve itself by gag a religious nature for lavld's' Episcopal Church. of' Financial CrcvmifonceiLlMM /

f known in the community for to the general oper.tlnlund (In Quit Pines Memorial, Park. dropping out." And he went y lung people In his home. The project will be a joint t> J..... iM florid.

her ctvie activities. She h.. at 16 mills and M into the on to suggest that a better Gerald S. Arenberg, dlrec- e:fort( ot the club' Communy In Funeral Business Since 1932

; served two terms as president inking fund at one-halt mill ROT BROOKS ray to correct the situation to r of the Police Museum and It Beautification Commit :

i 1.9. ot the VeniceNokomliWomen's Under the new setup theme Roy Brooks M, ot 1736 Va would be for the teenager to III til of Fame at North Port tt I'> with Mrs. Claude WIcMullen 1

Club it a former property owner will lencla Drive,, Venice Gardens (let together with the adult Charlotte, suggested forman 1'1 chairman: and the ___ _

member of the board t>t directors I pay $77.50 into the general died Sunday at Venice idvliory board to seek a tic of a "Crime Prevention J unlor Gardening Committee,

of the Venice Little fund at 15 H mills and $10 into Hospital.He . emedy. Cc mmittee" of citizens to CI:hairmaned by Mrs. Laur r METROPOLITANLife

I pc Theatre, and has served on the sinking fund at onemill was of Federal "I think this I I. indicative WI rk on the problem with law enforcement nee Codner. It will be 'enired .
an Increase of $2,SO. Theme manager c if what is a good share of our
committee of the sponsored
I. I I the general Tea Co. in Boston for IS Tillman declared e agencies. tt in a contest !
Rmgling Museum of Sara differential will apply, iroblem, b'rite the Florida Federation ot
I and of the f
years manager He went on to state that the Only Few Misbehave
,l Iota She has been a member H"er pointed out regardlessthe Paterson arden Clubs Inc. and the< Insurance Co.C.
i of assessed valuation (N..7.) City Parts u isual plaint of the juveniles concenaus appeared to
J of the South County Hospital C immunity[ Impro v e m ell' .
I t Dept. for 10 year prior to who get into trouble seems
since the $2,SO difference is i ye that the problem involved
Board ot Directors for of Roebuck ando
I a based hslf of the de corning here from Paterson t,o be that "there Just isn't I three five I F und Sears
I decade of the on one- on ly per centthe In cash A. "Chuck" Relter C. T. "Chucl" Kelt
C offering $1,000
four He born do.II a'o ,
years ago was nythlng else to
I Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers claret $,,000 Homestead Exmption. in Unlonville N. Y. of youth. Moat"ofFoss rizes for successful civic Ph. 488-0321 Ph. 488-4590
Plenty to Do'"I t present seemed to agree b
I and an eleven.yearmember lautitication.
of the Visiting City taxes for 1M4 are expected Mr. Brooks was a member think thlr,'* plenty else th at parents must set the ex- For information without obligation check rAs plea/

111* Nurse's Assn, She has been to bring in $302,471:) of St. Boniface Church In t,o do," Tillman declared a iple for their own children Improvement in, the you ore intended/ //i
Paterson. '"There are lot of people In Ti lie developed further 1y rounds was started I..t.
I teal property in the city sub- a was
g4 a member of the SaraotaCounty Survivors Include his widow Interested prang when 11 cocoa plus CLIP THIS
ject to the one-mill debt levy iarasota County b William Whitney, assist- .1 COUPON
I Republican Executive has a total asiessed value.lion . Mrs, Mary Reiser I uvenlle problems. rat juvenile counselor, who moss: palma were given to the

I, Committee since 1993, and of 20335310. The operat- Brooks; two daughters, Mrs "Rather than to drop out D inted, out that antisocialhsvior e.lub for the school by an Mall To f I LOSS OF INCOME
for two years served as vice- Edward C. GUle lecaus a eggs nonymous
ia baaed of
log levy on an assessed be patterns juvenilesn
chairman of the committee. (. O. BOX 128 f ) RETIREMENT INCOMEEDUCATIONAL
valuation of $15,124,180 West Paterson, N J. and lllman suggested, "why not a, be redirected into cone the 'summer, five shetflera
Vff A charter member of the after Homestead Mrs. Mary Anna Mundy of let together and complain to at ructive channels through wen' also contributed to the Venice, Fie. f I FUNDS

I Venice Yacht Club, she Is Ex.mption.I Totowa Burrough, N. J.; two he adult board let them c ,unselln,. C,lub for the school by Bath

also a founder of Project sisters, Mrs. Ella Lint and know you want to do some- Panel members Includederitf e:rlc\', Botanical Garden .( I ANNUITY r I HOSPITALIZATIONGROUP

I Alert in South Sarasota County Hasson TeamsTo Mrs. Emma Reiley both of t hing about it yourself" S Rosa Boyer, Police T'he club's president, Mrs ( I LIFE INS. f I ((5 or morel)
and II 1 active in working
California, and eight grand Later in the meeting, Miss C Fief Shockey: Justice of thetace Kenneth<: C. Wood. also doited

ll with the Loveland School, Seek VotesThe children. Murphy : her earlier Pi Raymond Judge Blair, n 100 pound*.ol fertilizer Nome _____
which serves retarded children Services will be held In charges against Teen Haven. a nd personally cleaned 10
ate Beverage Department Street
t I I' In South Sarasota County. '' she said "that stDi City -
t Paterson with burial In Cedar 1 don't feel, strict Supervisor Russell b oahels of weeds out of the
I, r. She la also member of South County Committee i t'.' the parentsauK
a more
Cemetery there Rawlej any nI. tall.BeautUlcation. Phone
Bi tiles, Whitney, VHS Prlncl. Ae _____-
1 the South County Art Assn, for State Rep. Jack HIsson Funeral Home was ia chargeof f than the teenagers."There's school
I p el 1 John Davis, Tillman VES of the
f I the Bath Club the Orchid seeking re-election will no reason" she
local arrangements.Fallen I
\ I P inclpal James S. Dunaty I rounds will be continued asart
f Society: and the Venice Garden make a concerted canvass otthe rent on, "why a teenager .
t" VJHS Principal of the Junior Gardening
WI Guy pre
I Club. She Is an active area Saturday. wouldn't lie to his parents

members of the Women's It will meet at B ..m. at about where he is going if he RI luckiest> Constable Student Council Jack former P rogram.resident Mra. Coiner of HydePark a MR. AND MRS. SHOE COMFORT
"1 ; vould steal The stu-
Guild of St. Mark's Episcopal sherman's Wharf from a car

Pi esldent Bob and ol
: Somera and New York BOW
Church In Venice lents, she declared have aa
where teams will fan out over
I V113 student Joelson verbrook Gardens has had
i nuch responsibility a* the Ray ,
Paul Maurer native of in
a South County teams to Head CAPFrank
I PTA President Ralph Miler 3 0 I of teaching
:years aspen
parents for their own action. -
Stevens; Point Wis attended
I i knock on doors and circulate Solution Lacking or id Moderator Rice Miller. 1 It nee with children. /rl5 w 5,.,. ,,
I Wisconsin State University, through the business areasof taAtitt f.gtdC.N
: Fallon Jr., South the first hour of disunion O
I During
; the U. S- Naval Academy communities in the area M.wd.rN .
Venice has been namedsquadron
nod did graduate work at the I : question were writ- /4rh.,
I 1 of commander of the t en on cards by the audience
University Houston.
i Venice Civil Air Patrol unitlIuce.edJn Jid addressed to various
Air Force colonel he : Christmas Sale g ItZeAt1k
lit Lt. John
D nembera of the panel by the $14 35
flew the
missions In
many DeBaltz who has been elevated ,
nod rator. The queries cov-
I Pacific during World War I Slated By Club I to Group 14 staff red a great many aspect of J4r

i I after the war serv Fallon a Korean War veteran
;:0b1aJ h. juvenile problem but fall r
p Germany, and holds the rank of a.
t' 1 ENGLEWOOD Plans for cap d for the moat part to pro.
finally at Cape Canaveral a sale of Christmas decors- tain in the CAP. He is gen- vide a solution.
t, (Kennedy) where he was stationed ions and plants were made seat manager of Wood Chrys .Apparently scheduled to i

t it the time of his re by Section One of the Lemon ler-Plymouth auto agency on run for about an hour, the

tirement. Bay Garden Club Ways and the South Trail.' meeting was about to be clo*. 22]W. MIAMI AVINUE VENICE
I He Is active In the Elks, leans Committee at Its Holder of the V. S. Junior d when E. 8. (Bill) Raymond 1-

the Kiwanis Club, Is a mem weekly meeting.The Chamber of Commerce Distinguished South County justice' of
ber of the Committee of 100 sale will be held Dec. Service Award, and City Councilpresent

and the Venice Area Chamber 11.12 at Englewood Savings : Capt. Fallon was active in spoke out

) or Commerce. He is also and Loan. Three co-chairmen I civic affaire at Maderia "I don't think we've solved Y

1 a member Of the Lake VenIce pointed are Mrs. Jacob F.Fitting I, Beach, St. Petersburg and the problem." said Raymond Every AssiStance
Golf Assn.. the Retired Clearwater before coming '''What are we going to doabout .
Mr. Eaton Knight I : 1.1114. ... .. .. -",
Officers' Assn. and the Naval and Mrs Raymond C. KIs- here the beer parties and ml

Academy Alumni Assn. He I.I is I II the drinking that goes on afir All families here 'Individual' ''.needi, OWN and e'1.,
married, has four children I sock.Mrs. I football III ,... ON' PASS sf
every Parr problems end bereavement
I Lynn V. Horton, Ways t' during Smart HIArpwcH
and four grandchildren. He is end Means chairman, said SRCUCAILfe'cmf :onally, I think the children Our service Includes personalized
I also active In the Catholic funds an only copying their par &
earned by the club will attention to each TO
4 Church of the Epiphany in !, "'' s.d Do,1o' Wmr* ants. one.
be used for community beau- 11.Mw.... 11:_,
"I'd like te .hear what
Venice youpeople
1 Utica t1on. bra 0.$ >'
score IIr.lon4'Hn:"! /"k I, Torn.fLTrr think wt should do

y I Ragweed flourishes on After 900 year. of absorbing l.'Oat. aurkJdr I'" I1N, .... An Swot.. M" bout the beer parties, drinkng .

) beaches, prairies plnelands, smoke, soot and grime Lone OUtS, .M. d Mrs. Wiles. t.. I .ndl.ek of chaperones at

cultivated roadsides and vacant i don' Westminster Abbey is 0., dabto 10." "":* lase 1,41, .w.d. the youth center," he added. "J
h city lots. getting a Icrubbln,. I.N .... Asked whether his question Yadear. MASSAGICM.n'

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115 S. Tamtam) Trail 4IB-) eI.4884ISO Women's Sires to II Sises to I 14.



Brake Repel Lubricate Cheielt Jerry's

1 LIGHTING SUPPLIES Front End Alignment Oil change )r-'t till..

Front End Overhaul.. Adlint Headlights. learn" IRKewsslnl SH06'COMFORT SHOP _

i Wheel' Balancing.. Eeetrleel Repairs R.w&G5 ZlI'S.'T.mlem'T"n Venice Fl. r.rephon.488-34*
Engine" Overhaul. .
) Any Awtometbj M Standard Arch Swpvtt .rttI OrlhopMlc; Shoe'

I law I c.c.rfIl S9resb Pheni, 4.6791i 'I- Radii Repeal Trantmliileri Repel FUNERAL HOME. 'Jeuru 10 ...... t, 4 ,.m.. Closed W.d.tdy,

AlrcondHlenlm Real rl anal .Instellatler HEADQUARTERS fOR DR. SCHOLL'S SHOES
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' tDOLIER! Venice, Fe.! Thuri.. Del. 27, 1964-3 .,

Dancers To Participate 'Gala/ Halloween !BALL'SFEATURE -- a j ,

1 .It .i.iI

In UN Day, Program Festival On TapA I VALUES THIS WE I ij i

student ol Venice In
t Thirty the corps de ballet and I '
Dane Studio willdance :treet scene
Byron the mazurka, from The call tor contrlbu.tons of Is a project of the Venice d! j
program will be tree article for the various booths
at the United Nations Elementary Parent-Teacher
ppella. -
open to the public. at the annual Halloween' Assn. 4--
Day program Saturdayat
I at Sarasota Junior Rehearsals will be held Carnival has been Issued to Carnival \booths will In- :
7:30: p.m. from 2:30 to 5 p.m. and a FABRICBARGAINS .
High School. buffet will be served to parents of Venice Elementary elude a Country Store, First .
pebble Wendel. will be eat. \ on stags after participant the School pupils by S. I. Needle Grade; Cake Walk, Second "i'f' ,
ured ai the burgemelster and 'ehearials. man, carnival chairman. trade; Bakery and Candy '
other dancers'will appear Needleman also called for Booth, Third Grade; Garden
C the thehBalletnGuild sponsored by volunteers to help out In the Center and Basketball Game, 'I I! "
of Sarasotaand kitchen, man the soft drink Fourth Or.d'i; Movies i ,
WATCH FOR i dancers from the enUre concession and aid in the Games, Book and Record \
part.Florida West Coast will take cleanup afterward.The Shop, ,Silhouettes, Fish and ..: I
l-la "BIG 3" 1W1 edition ef the annual Duck pond, Fifth Grade; .
Halloween event wm beheld Break the Dish. Spook House Selections Pleasing I :;
, AT VSC I Siamese eat were first Imported at the Venice Elementary and Modern Dance Hall .
I to the United States in School from 4 p.m. to e Sixth Grade. t .. = i :
the 18 o.. ?.m. Saturday, Oct. 11. following -. The Country Store in charge \ I t I
the traditional mummers of Homeroom Mother Mrs e 59'Yd.
g .. ..
parade from the downtown Crlene Fann needs usable\
Mobile Horn Owners Can Save In- business district to the items of. the white elephant -. I

$$$ With New Mobile Home- school grounds where costumes variety, Including tamps, I Dan River $1,00t' I
turance will be Judged. Clocks, toys, fishing lures, decals :
owners Package Policy Exclusive with Sponsors of the parade pictures, glassware, Fabrics.. '\ '.
again this year will I be the china, jewelry, materials.
Edge-Van Orsdale Agency I Venice Lions Club with Robert remnants, patterns, ribbons I We are overstocked one H

EXAMPLE: Blalock a* parade mar. puzzle] ,, baby accessories, must sacrifice. Fall Plol' :1
phal. The Halloween Carnival etc. Items may be cent to and Novelties I''
$ 4,000. Broad Form Perils on Coach (No deductibleon the school anytime. j' '
wind or hall) Donations of cakes are If
$ 1.200 On Contents (Includes (heft at no additional Hasson Asserts needed for the Cake Walk. \ :
cod) Persona planning to send t a \ 69tI
$ 400 Additional living Expense cakes should contact Mrs .

$10000, Personal Liability! South Larry Rhode or send word .\ '.
$ 250 Medical Payments, PLUS ether extensions of' County'sNot to. any of the second grade Peter PanGilBrae
eachen. The 'cake should I
) coverage too numerous to mention
b.> taken to the school on Saturday "s sI
$57.00 per year In city or adjoining park Slightly A StepchildState ,.the day of the Carni i \
higher outside of fre protection.AGENCY. val. I Z1 Fin prints

Baked good and candy $1.00 or better value :
Rep. Jack Hasson on ,for' the Third Grade' Bakery "
a campaign swing through and Candy Booth also should I Il
South County said the area 'be taken to the school on Selected I
"is not and should not be considered :Carnival day. Item needed 9 9 Prints 3 t tlid
a stepchild :Include pie, cakes, cookie\ 1
118 W. Venice Avenue Hasson Is seeking reelection :cupcakes, fudge, candled apples
Tl.phon.i 4M-22B0 on the Democratic ticket ) and popcorn ball Per- for surfs and dresses Originally Fall Bolts and .i i
;:;1;;: He cited the tremendous ions planning tit donate 4 good colors . 97% selected to fill particular '
growth. of the South County should contact Mrs. Charles a
Acetate, 3% Nylon Spun n.ed. . 59c or betterviluei. t
its of Independence /
area vigorous sense R. Staples, chairman.
by Am. Silk Mills. '
and said ha feels Rooted plants and garden original
that the area has a "wonder supplies such as pots, small $1 1.99 value q'
ful potential." land tools, seeds, driftwood, ,
Hasson announced establishment etc, are needed for the Garden -
Ifs A Suit Year! Flannel 66
of organization In Center and Basketball 4
the Venice and Englewood Game concession. These Shirts I .
are", These organizationswill
terns should be taken to the
serve as sounding boards school on Friday or not later WE HAVE DEPTH IN SIZES _ "
for present and future legislative than Saturday morning Mrs Long sleeve, well mode good 3

,I activity by the state Robert Hardee Is homeroom Complete Selections grade flannel Sportshlrt 0
representative. Members I chairman of the Fourth _
m Good Choice'!
will be
the committee announced
I next week Grade booth. WOOLS ORLONS COTTONS
Persona familiar with the
, Hasson, who met with a $500
, South County group, spoke of operation.and Volunteers of a movie to projector help BLENDS TOOl 2 For ;
, ,., the area representation situation I 1
the for fifth
in answer to a question run grade concession gomes should the Choose From Famous Names t !'
li Orti by Earl N. P. Rawles of Ven ;
ice. Hasson said he stands tact Mrs Betty Dabbert, I
and fair homeroom chairman, or send to :
for equal repre.entaUon .
1299 3299 Flannel
A for all parts of the word to any of the fifth
county. rade[ teacher. _
.He pointed to the difficultyin Similarly, volunteer are '
obtaining a fair knowledgeof being sought to man the Sleepwear j)
the public' view and urged Sixth Grade's dish-breaking. SEE OUR EXCELLENT SELECTION OF 1&
that citizens keep their I spook house and dance'hall '

Costs moneyl I But one of our'popular legislators aware of their booth Call Mrs. Charlott 2-PIECE DRESSES. ALSO! (11. . 177
opinion on key question I Week or contact any sixth. .... ., \
He said he was working on grade[ teacher. ?! '
bank Auto Loans
: can save you money a state highway patrol station A Fortune Telling booth
hi the South County and I also I I. planned If a volunteer i
on the over-all cost. Prompt action. . a major educational complexfor fortune teller can lie found VISIT OUR REMODELEDAND Long
the South County. He said interested person should Ladies'P ,
payments kind to budget. Initial both matter would be dl.- contact Chairman Needle REDECORATED 1 ss
, cussed: in greater detail in man or the elementary school Fall Hats Waltz I
J the near future He said he office
car Insurance premiums inc/wcfW/ if you would give a great deal of The Ma and pa Retreat Dress Dept.SPECTACULAR New Shades Gowns

study to a proposal by WilLiam I (Hospitality Room) will be New Colors '''r 4 '
wish. Come / P. Toole to have a single
see us now contractor's license valid manned again this year by reg. \:
the school Gray Ladles New Styles 2,00 +
for all city and county workIn .
I T h carnival said I
Great Selection values.
Sarasota County.He ,
Teedleman, "is planned as a i iCJ
outlined: his J
Immediate halt to bay filling gala( fun night 'for everyone ., ;
acquisition by the stateof 10 bring your family and : 5 2.99 to 7.99 Real
recreational facilities for friends and stay" for the en- L Selection. ,
acre 2T
the public In Sarasota County. evening See Our Colors, :
H* also emphasized the necessity .,

north-south. of providin.lmproved traffic arteries In WSCS General c A BAG BAR! Patterns, N'' ; \''

Sarasota County and add Styles f i' ,I lI
VENICE-NOKO this will be a major objectivein Meet Features : .
his next term. The 35-year I
old attorney, who was ap- Mission WorkAt !I V :: .It :
3M WEST VENICE AVENUE pointed to the Appropriations I 14 SEE OUR DRESS DEPARTMENT FOR, ,
Committee in his first term, \,
general] meeting of
1UU announced that Ken Chad. Woman'. Society of Christian !
@ VENICE, FLORIDA wick 1 Is coordinating his activities Service of Grace Methodist I16; PreTeens ;
js Nx in the Venice area and Church on Nov. 3 Mrs.-Sherwin I
Welch Whites*!! 1* acting as Forbus will present aprogram by Sandy Shaw
Englewood area coordinator. ,, '
,..? .1 I Hasson said he plan several Outreach:on Serving"Opportunities a New 7c .. .. ---!. . 1 For: School' Church -i\
Sarmota Covnr/i appearance In the South A..." I

- County In the next two week. The meeting will be at I 599 6" .
13:30: p.m. at the church. "
Member of Miriam Circle .
will be hostesses and provide Special Purchase, You'll I
salad and beverage '
FOR Mrs, Forbes 1* secretary of Appreciate alue'e
S DEMOCRATS! promotion.The ;
EFFICIENT program 1* the story of
Methodist deaconesses and
0 REPUBLICANS! LAW missionaries who pioneered wiSHNIK 69c
In the country and overseas DOlls
INDEPENDENTS! ENFORCEMENT! A discussion' on .the. way in i : .
which they helped lay foundations 79c : : / '
for the new age and how
TUESDAY today' workers continue to I.

NOV. 3. . build follow on 'these the program foundationswill Rag. :K":: SALE 380' '

\ S I( Mrs Hobert Gamble will : t
; provide a worship service of RUG SALE 1! ;
rededication to one of the i
R"-S" SALE .
purpose of the Society "to 500 '
enlist worker and secure 19 Only
1 I funds for the fulfillment ol .I

their responsibility of the church In .themission at Reg. ''liV: : SALE 700! FAMOUS FUR OUK:. I I1: 1

home and oversees" Approximately 22 by 32 I,

1111 Male tarantula mature at (Cut For Emphatit Onlv f, ,ri.

about nine years. females al i.i.SALE 1 166 ,:'I i
I 10. The male dice soon after II
mating, but the female often LADIES' PEDALERS '
" lives 20 to 30 years.

/, Expertly tailored .. detlgned.Rg. Venice Little Theatre Tickets n.'Sale .

STATE Pd. YeurWater 077 **. 099 NOVEMBER 2nd Thru NOVEMBER 7th +

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6 The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl*. ",lIrs., OCT. 22 1744 Baptist Chapel

..( lrrI' I Club And Church Activities I Mrs. Baynard Steps Down Calls br. J. 11'Dr.Gill has Gill been] '

; I BAR DAR PARTY WWI VETS AUXILIARY vrc HALLOWE'EN\ PARTY LITTLE THEATRE As SPB Head At DinnerAt ed Baptist II pastor Chapel to, which eau.

Son. and Daughter of the Nomination of 1965 officers, A Halloween dance with TRYOUTS meeting at Seventh Boy
I American Revolution will to be elected In November, prizes, in several categories Final tryouts for'"Anastaa. the fifth annual Awards Mrs Baynard, founder of r she was a member of Delta ventlst Church O* Soso Ad.'
have a "Country Frolic" Saturday will be made at the meeting, for costumes, will be held at la" which will be the second Dinner of the Florida Societyfor the society In Florida, will I Gamma sorority whose national Tr.1l.
\ from 11.30: am. to 4 of Veterans of WWI, Venice Venice Yacht dub Oct. 31. play of the Little Theatre season ( Prevention of Blindness continue to serve on the advisory project has blind alwaysbeen and Dr. Gill Is former I
\ pm.The Area Barracks 764, and Auxiliary Time of judging and further are set for Sunday afternoon held at the Embers Imperial board. She was elected aid to the Norwood Baptist pses.It
: .trl.tool'JdI2: at at a meeting Saturdayat Information will be given at the theater at Venice Room In Tampa Tuesday to the board of the National < sight conservation. Miami and more Chum is"I
j B 8 p.m. at Venice Civic Cen- next week. Members are requested -Airport night, Mrs Robert ,S. Baynard Society for Prevent I Mr. 'and Mrs. John L. terlm pastor of First recenty
acre estate near Bradenton ter.Installation to make their reser Women's parts tryouts will ended seven :years as' of Blindness in I960 and wal.I Crone ol Bayshore Drive, Church of Margate. B.PlIII
whfch Is the home of Mrs will be In De vatlons as early as possible be at 4 p.m. and those for president when she was presented made a vice-preildent b I Nokomis, also attended the He is
Dorothy Craighead Andrews, cember. both men and women at S p with a plaque by the 1963 dinner. Mrs. Croft is chairman a graduate of Sou
Manatee Chapter DAR regent Harvey B. Mlms, Depart SENIOR CITIZENS m. Scripts may be obtainedby new incoming president Mrs Mrs Baynard first becami: for Sarasota County for western Baptist Seminary
ment legislative director will calling Mrs. J. ,Elwood J r, K. Flanagan of St. Peters- Interested in the problem ol UK FSPB and Mr. Croft has The Chapel Is holding
I' The day's event will include speak and reports will be Venice Area Senior Citizens King at 488-4872. bur,. blindness In college when served as a director. lar services each Sisid nays
I fishing, swimming, made on the October membership Club will. have a members Opening date for the play Sunday school It at S f"'
: boating, digging for burled' drive. All eligible luncheon Oct. 28 at 1]:30 p.m. I will be Dec. 16. Locally' the Venice Drove worship service at :43 \
I treasure, bird walks, photography WWI veterans are invited.A at Venice Civic Center, Parts are available for Navy'Recruiter Secretaries See 14 01 Does will conduct its and 7:30: p.m., and n a.l.
and carry-in dinner will be A of entertainment annual pre-school vision 'l'r.lnlnt
whittling, arguing program eight men and five women Union at 6:30 p.m
u ; I eating, members in charge served at t:30 p.m. by the will be presented. and all persons Interested In Assumes DutiesChief Court In Action screening under the auspicesof services are Thursday Midweel:
said Auxiliary and members ,are Members are asked to reading for the play, Including the society this falL Last at;7:11: '
i : : Those attending are requested requested to bring a covered bring their own table service those who participated In Gunners Mate Horace I IK. year they screened Mrs. pm.
.1 to bring a casserole dish. Coffee will be furnished A BO cent donation will be the initial tryout Oct. 15, . Owens Jr, has reportedfor Tuesday NightMembers Young's kindergarten St.
or salad The event will be requested. should be present. duty as Naval Recruiterat Mark's Kindergarten Laurel
: I held whatever the weather. VENETIAN COURT J9 Featured roles will be thoseof the U. S. Navy Recruiting of Sarasota Coup Day Nursery and Kindergarten .
I Venetian Court 39, Order of WOMAN'S CLUB the Dowager Empress of! Branch Station at County ty Legal Secretaries Assn Venlce-Nokomis Presby- MOVEDGULF 1
i KEY CLUB the Amaranth, will have a Russia; Princess Anastasia Court House,' Sarasota.The visited City Court here Tuesday terlan Kindergarten, Englewood
: I covered dish dinner tomorrow Mrs. Lester Saphler and and Prince Bounine. Other Chief is a veteran of 20 night during the group's' Kindergarten Venice
Key Club Is offering at 8:30: p.m. at Masonic Mrs Gordon Holmes discussed Important roles are those of years service with both AI.ntlc legal education week Day Nursery and Kindergarten
"all you can eat" at its Temple followed by a dated the constitutional amendments Prince Paul, Dr. Serensky! and Pacific/ Fleets. He "Time In Court" is one day and Welch's Kinder TAILORSFROM
: fishfry tomorrow at 4;30 p. meeting at 8 p.m. which will be voted onNov. Chernov and Petrovin, Coun comes here from duty aboard of the week's activities and In this they
garten. program THE
j : m. at Teen Haven Those attending are requested 3 at the Venlce-Nokomis senor Drivlnitz the.Baroness the Destroyer USS Forrest B. members attend some court screened 111 children. There ARCADE
fresh The menu will consist of to bring their own Voman's Club meeting last and Sergei and Varya., loyal where he has served meeting as a group on that was only one referral but to
New England fish coleslaw table service. Mr. and Mrs week. for the'past .
I two :years.Two day. 231 W.
that child might have become MIAMI
baked potatoes, rolls
:. Fredus Boda are chairmen. The speakers are presidentand ST. MART'S GUILDSt. Judge John :J. Blair ad.
'. and butter and pie and bev At the business meeting reports re-appointed chairman, Mary's Guild of St dressed the secretaries priorto blind within a year or so if AVENUE

erage. Steve Bradley is chair will be given on Amaranth respectively of the Sarasota lark's Episcopal Church will Methodist the court session. his condition had remained Just West of) Rww, |
will continue
,. man. Serving Day Sunday at Masonic County League of Women have a bazaar workshop at Local members are Mrs undetected, doctors said.!
until 7:30: p.m. dome. Voters.. Mrs Elgin Morison, its meeting tomorrow at 10 Churches HearMissionary Hope Price and Mrs. Julia -
Tickets $1.25 for adults -
s are Visiting Amaranth members program chairman Introduced a m. at the parish hall. Ballard. legal education
and 7} cents for elementary \
I are invited. the speaker Some of the will also chairman.The '
I group I Is "none too !
school pupils. They be The best
1 may Mrs. Fergus Hunter was In work on junior choir robes. The Rev. J. Lloyd Knox, recently group will meet Nov.
j' bought at the door or from VYC MIXED BRIDGE charge of the short business Mrs. A. Bradford Smith returned ,Methodist 5 at Perkins Pancake HouseIn good" for our customers, _
club PresidentDennis
members .
Next mixed bridge eveningat meeting and Mrs D. C. Cor will preside at the short business missionary to Argentina, will Sarasota and guest speaker .
". Fleming said. Venice Yacht Club will be don offered a prayer In memo meeting and Mrs Del speak in Venice and Nokomis will be Kenneth H.' Koach You can be sore that only fresh, ; !
on Wednesday at 8 p,m. with ory of the late Mrs. Thelma Weedon and Mrs. Ralph Wol- Sunday.He Jr., stockbroker who will 0
VFW AUXILIARY Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nowlandas I Tresher. long-time club memo fer will be In charge of the will preach at the 8:30: talk on "What Legal Secretaries gl potent drugs of top quality
Mrs. Kenneth Norwood, hosts and hostess. >er, social hour. A baby sitter will am service at Venlce-Noko- Should Know About 1 uted
lr prescription!
,will be
District Ten president of Veterans Progressive bridge and Mrs. H. C Elam In be provided. mls Church and at the 11 a. Stocks and Bonds" Venice |= -
.: of Foreign Wars Auxiliary foursomes will be played and charge of table decorations.was m. service at Grace Church. and Sarasota chapter of National = filled here.
will be in charge of the couples are welcome the Clusters of hibiscus and CIVIL PATROL Tre Rev. Mr. Knox is asoclate Secretaries Assn. are
district meet Sunday at 1 p. chairman said. greenery were used on the The Rev.Donls D. Patterson -' minister of First invited.Local., = Phone' ii I
m. at Bridger Watson Post All those desiring dinner mall tables and of rector of St. Mark's Methodist Church of West'aim -
bouquet 488-4776 M [
Home, 2488, in Palmetto. before the play should make red and white carnations and Episcopal Church, has been Beach. He returned to ,MJC\ CoedsIn
Luncheon will be served at estimations at the club not tiny American flags in a red named chaplain of Venice Florida because of the healthof 4884985
noon. later than Tuesday Dinner is bowl centered the Composite Squadron Civil one of his children.He .
Mrs Norwood past president served from 8 p.m. speaker'stable. Air PatroL was one of eight American Choral WorkFour Dick & Meadows Pharmacy

f of the local Post Auxiliary All members and guests _._ The Rev. Mr. Patterson Methodist missionaries in 231 W. Venice Ave.
8118, will talk on "Ballot.Ing are invited. came to Venice about .Y-r Argentina where a seminary area Manatee Junior
on Candidates' at her GRANGE I ego from Washington CourtHouse six schools, a children's home College coeds will take pert I C Venice Medical Center
school of Instruction. She will' VENICE GARDEN CLUB Area Grange members are ONo He also serves allll a retirement home have In the sectors second annual The Rialto
also discuss 100 per cent: participation A "Potpourri" sale. at the inVited by Sarasota Grange .s fleet Chaplain, of the Ven-. recently been established. He Festival of Sacred Music ell
Nov. 5 ,.of VeniceGarden 180 to take in their '. Monday at 1:15: p.m. at First
in the/ membership Meeting part lice Yacht Club and chaplain and Mrs. Knox "were Instrumental
t. drive which ends Dec. 3 on] Club will offer mem- Boosters 'Night and talent of t the Sarasota Chapter ofthe in promoting estabshment Baptist Church In Sarasota.
prompt submission of reports here> Items for Christmas contest program tomorrow at Sons of the American i of Spanish language Mrs Rita Bullock.conductor
: '' by local chairmen to department giving, President Mrs Donald 730; p.m. at Disabled Amerl- Revolution. Methodist publishing house and MJC staff member, WILLIAM P. TOOLE
1 chairmen and will report Stevenson announced this can Veterans Hall on Fruit- The St. Mark's rector is a there. He was district super. arranged the program whichIs
on the recent Council Of week. ville Road. chaplain in the U.' S. Army ntendent of mission work being participated In by INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.

Administration meeting in The sale, co-chaired by Mrs. Aioerta Leadbetter is Reserve with the rank/ of I and also served as a preacher the Manatee College Choir 211 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL
Mrs H. E. and Mrs. West Bradenton Baptist
I Fa- Ocala. Sterling In charge of the program. aptaln.C and educator in Buenos
Maurice M Muse will fea Aires .. Church Youth Choir River- SAVE MONEY
ture novelties baked goods, Prior to that duty they were view High School Chorus and
ELECT STOKES plants, dried arrangements In Cuba, he as a missionaryand the Asolo String Quartet New Mobile Homeowners Policy
and other articles. NPC NewsBy she, a registered nurse, I The four' area coeds are
i COUNTY JUDGE W. C. Burnett Sarasota II operator of a health clinic. Misses Nancy Bradley and Covers All Your Mobile Home Liability

j DEMOCRAT newspaperman will talk on Gayle Evans of Venice andennie Under One
t "Citizenship Responsibility MARGUERITE PETERSONThe J Brown and Becky
j Nov. 3rd. 1964 Retired
I I s'I M P.I. Ad. .. kr .k... ondl64 Conservation" Mrs Donald Groups Brown of Englewood Gar EXAMPLE
Stevenson will preside. Republican Club of on the bus trip to Week!! dens
To Form ChapterFormer $ 4,000. Bread Form Perils Coach (No DeductiU
II. North Port Charlotte had a Wachee Springs, so if you are on
good attendance at the regilar Interested pleads call Mr. I members of Amerl. Candidate on Wind or Hail)
YOU CAN SAVE Q WAYS monthly meeting last Boyle 426-1522 and make .can Assn. of Retired Persons Speak $ 1.200. On Contents (includes: theft at no addition!

Wednesday evening at the your reservation for a real are especially Invited to meet At Mo Forum cost.)
On Auto Insurance ** Community Center. fun-filled day with Lloyd Gardner of Largo, $ 400. Additional; Living Expense
I. LOW RATES Mrs. Dorothy Schueler -o- district supervisor of the Association Speakers at an information 10000. Personal Liability.

2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS president, presided. Mrs. The Youth Fellowship of on Oct. 28 at 1::30tsa forum, cosponsored by South ,$ 250. Medical) Payment, PLUS other extension of
Helene Morris national com- the First Baptist Church will > at the community room Trail Lions Club and Osprey
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE Sarasota last Wednesday. hold Its Halloween costume : Federal Savings PTA Monday will be school coverage too numerous to mention.
board $57.00 per year In city or adjoining parks with approve
Mrs Schueler voiced words party tomorrow evening at and Loan Assn. candidates
of! appreciation to Mrs Carolyn he; church. Weather permitting Other Interested retired resents The meeting will be at the end water supply.' Slightly higher outside of fire pro

'e'- O Pickens, first vlce-presl- there will be a treasure ( are Invited. Lion clubhouse at 7:30: p.m. tection.
I second meeting of the Ca- hunt and appropriate entertainment Gardner will talk: with It was.arranged by MarvinOveeran Call or Telephone US Today For
embers about of the Lions Club
AGENCY dette Girl Scouts last Saturday and refreshments. .
Venice Chapter and WhIte, Schroeder of the
having received Other QuotationsTHIS
I I ..r1L. 116 W. Venice Avenue dent,at,who the home presided of Assistant at the Officers were- -elected at the requests from former PTA.A IS NOT EXCLUSIVE WITH THIS AGENCY.

;:::1::' Telephone: 488-2289 I. meetings while she was away mlttee woman was unable to embers In this area to do question and answer per.
) during the summer.In attend due to Republican so. iod will follow the talks.

. her talk to the group meetings In both Tampa and
Mrs. Schueler outlined the Scout Leader Mrs. Jean

I platform of Charles Holley, Campbell on Jeffery Street. Baptist WMU Officers
Republican gubernatorialandldate. I Officers elected were PhilUs WOOLWORTH'Smys

Free president; KathyFree
CYRO'SVENETIAN A nominating committeewill vice-president; Karen Assumed Duties YesterdayNew

be appointed at the next Payne, treasurer; and Karen -

meeting on November 11 at Campbell, secretary. officers of Woman's Glenn Stephens NeUa Dean
1'30 p.m. at the Community The Scouts will meet every Missionary Union of First Whitten Circle.
Center. Saturday morning at t a.mat Baptist Church took office at
MOON .. After a brief business meetIng -
.0.- the
i Scout House on South the group's evening meeting
The City Commissionersmet Pan American Boulevard. at the church Wednesday. a program. "Oh WONship

1 i Our Dinner Menu For Oct. 23, 24, 25 day Oct.In special 16 session Fro The Port .Charlotte..0.- U Sewing They are Mrs. Roland Curry The the Southern King was Baptist presented. Convention
Mrs. David
The to president; has outlined a five-
purpose was have class meets 'on Friday Goo d m a n, vice-president
the first reading of Ordinance morning from 1:30: to 11:30 year program emphasizingthe
I \ BROILED SNAPPER w/Tarfar Sauce ......... $2.50 4-7.. This Is an ordinance at the Community Center Mn. Paul Dunning, secreary nature and functions Of a
Mrs. Douglas Asnall: ,
; .
New Testament Church and
accepting and adopting a revision -here. Mrs. Frances Morrison
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21ih and codification of the is teaching both beginner and Auxiliary director and fulfilling the mission in worship
j i\ ROMANIAN BEEF STEAK w/Totnafo Sauce .. $2.50 ordinances of the City of sdvanced sewing and Is also Irs. George director Hauser, Sunbeam will be the project of ks398'i
I the committee chairman of
North Port Charlotte, This offering instruction In tailor
'SUNDAY, OCTOBER zs/ ordinance received a unanimous In.,. Committee chairmen for the Woman's Missionary! Society -
the Mrs
vote. year are: Roy Tay. ,
'I Choice of Ones The ordinances will be In- The Hobby Club meets each Tor, nominating; Mrs. ,Paul The Jean Favell Circle will
FruitChilled } .
Freth Florida
Rice( orporated In a new code In Wednesday morning from londray, stewardship; Mrs meet on Oct,, 27 at 10 aJn. at
j Cream of' Celery Soup Homemade Chicken I Soup Joseph Rerauf community
accordance with the city 9 00 till noon at the Common the home of Mrs. David
I Cyre'i Famous Relish Tray charter. ity Center. These ladles enjoy missions; Mrs. Z. D. Cunning Goodman of 408 Verona St.
I II I ENTREES Those attending were May getting together and exchanging tarn, Children's. Home; Mrs. with the Sunbeam Nurseryat
I or Flavius] Wood Commls- Ideas and helpingone Edward Jones, publicity and the church for the babies
: 'I STUFFED PORK CHOP program Mrs. D. C. Gordon -
: loners Thelma Roeder Mr another with new hob ; and children. Other October
i .' i I w/Apple Sauce Gravy Walter Cosman, Mr. William/ bins If :you like to keep: busy publications and library; circle meetings were on Tuesday
\ M McGee and City Clerk Hot- with your bands, this Is the MrI., Clyde HIgel, music; at the homes of Mrs. Eli
/ : CYRO'S FAMOUS RIB EYE FILET STEAK ace Rice, club for you. Mrs L. M. Promt, librarian; Wlnesette and Mrs. Paul
with Fresh Mushroom Sauce -o- Once each month the ladles Mr.[ Byron Johns, social; Dunning i

11 I CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLESCHEF'S The board of directors: of plan a luncheon usually atone Mrs. George HIgel enlistment i
', t the Civic Association will of the ; Mrs. Robert Wight-
i It' leading reatau.rants
man, food and Mrs. J. J.
J I i = French Thousand Island Roquefort Garlic meet at <:30 a.m. today toSimulate either in Venice of Port wehr. pianist. o!)
plans for the forthcoming Charlotte. Come on out and IltIU
Cake end Gyro's Own Green Goddess Drawing Civic Msociattonmeeting loin the fun next Wednesday Circle 'chairmen are Mrs. !< Ii? j!; ,, II .. ,

,: Pie next Wednesday morning. C. H. Coxwell, Fay Taylor .0( *. Fanned fire Entfro.BUnJdnz .. IIU" Jongftcryredl
Ice Cream Beverage Sherbet evening at 7:30 at the Community -0- Circle; Mrs H. M. Willis, CO : 1iteJD3IIo
,' $2.95ALL Center. The Tuesday night Community Jean Favell Circle and Mrs light and smoke;plastic driver and
The nominating committeewill Sing has been wen Comes hi own box.
DINNERS INCLUDE: Soup, Bated Potato or French
the slate of
,i fries, Vegetable da |our, Salad Hot Rolls, Beverage. officers present Wednesday night new and attended made and to also plans have are a cakewalk being -

Dessert nominations from the floor In connection USE OUR
with the
OUR DAILY SPECIAL MONDAY THRU SATURDAYCYRO'S will be In order and accepted sing very soon. This Is a LIGGETT DRUG I

FAMOUS PRIME HIS STEAK The election committee will food opportunity to get to. STORES

..,.: with fresh muthroom sauce announce an election date before -gether with :your neighbors
$2.65All the November meeting. and sine; the good old songs
The Civic Association Is The ,
Sings are held each
Dinners Prepared Under the Personal of Restaurant'Specials
i Supervision sponsoring a picnic and Haloween Tuesday evening at T'SO: at
costume ball on Saturday the Community Center with
ORGAN MUSIC BY JOHNNY ELBRECHT end Oct. 31. The picnic the exception' of the third
DICK WILLIAMS tarts at noon with prizes for Tuesday of the month. FRIDAY-
the youngsters with winning I _
VISIT YE OLDS POOl HAll 7 TABLES costume.. The adults win X f SHRIMP CREOLE ....................... 82c

j: See the ''M thrv the magic window hays their chance to win at SATURDAY FREE.JI
BOWLING 14 LANES the evening affair which will MORE PEOPLE ABE i
a t be held in the Community MEAT LOAF ..............._._.......... 82C
Center at 7:30: o m. Prizes SUNDAY.

; ,S I, BACKSTAGE several will be awarded eatacorlas.the adults In READING t'IIEGONDOLIE& HOME" BAKED HAM w/yoms .... 99c : I TOM MONEYS 'WORTHMOIE AT

Si:: open Wed. FrL and Saf. Mr. John Boyle, director of (Complete DI""I) WQOLWOR..JI'Sa

I US 41.4 Mi. S. of Venice Fl .....2295 entertainment, announced
r tbeU are still seat available & & X.
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r- Liile: ; Theatre Spotlights ,


First Play PerformersEditor's I 1i .

Notes Tb Little ilrlcal experience has beenin I 1 1I
Theatre, Venice' amatear high school in Huntington !
theatrical rap, tarn the West Virginia, her previous A i I
spotlight OB the performers home, where she was a leading I I I I II
who wlU take, part la tilt In I
, I M lady the senior class I '
.I sdW Brat efferlng of the Mason \play and others there.
'+'. on Nor. 4. Today the ae. Her claim
t I to fame In the
.Iy1 tress and actor who
' ,rrq will acting world are cousins
c ct.r
portray the lead characters Jeanne Dru and her brother .
an discussed Peter Marshall, both of whom
ju i G px By EMILY THOMASIn are well-known Hollywood
'!:Ila"- +' the spotlight this week stars. Husband Bill a local
t are two of the leads in the auto parts' dealer, and J
11I., I I Ire Uttlo Theatre play, "Com French poodle "Missy" share *
''III. Blow Your Horn," dated to the West home fYtr" I
'1ZJr open Nov 4 at the group' Playing opposite Joanle 1s
: 14 ass '.t t y theater at Venice Airport. Owen Gibson who has the
7,. Playing the role of "Pe,. role of, "Allen" the older of
tty," the glamous girl i I. two brothers. He is quite a t
Joanl West, a newcomer to playboy, and a very disconcerting S
the Little Theatre stage, but influence to the !
not to Venice, where she has younger brother.
In the I I'I
ably performed JuniorWoman'
Mr. Gibson, a native of
Club Follies of 1963
London, England, has '
just recently
on'llA.' and 1964 Her previous the- I IA
moved to Venice from ,
TWENTY DANCERS V J iated" Oct. 12 Recreation Dept. New classes, which ere New Jersey with his wife, 1.
from the city-tponsored round dance claim free, begin Nov., 9 at 7 p.m at the Civic MATRON'S BIBLE STUDY Lottie, and daughters Carol
.t( Venice Civic Center. They were presentedwith Confer her .I Matron's and Charlotte. A veteran $375 GIFT CHECK .
Receiving pin from Councilwoman Bible Study Group navy from the Venice Junwhile Mrs. W. B. Eichelberger. .
I pins and membership cards In the Gondofers Blanche Celli. director of perks and will have a Hallowe'en buffet of the Korean War and tor-Senior High School PTA will purchase last l year when the gift was voted, looks on. j je
of Venice Round Dance Club, co. recreation, it Mrs. Sharrie Schramm. Also Saturday at 0;30 p.m. at the I WWII his only remembered stereo, speakers and microphone for the The school will build the cabinet to house 1 'I I
sponsoring group. Teacher were By and louMar" pictured, left to right, are the Martlet end I home of Mr. and Mrs Clyde Tim performance In was that of Tiny, music department. Mr. Edward W. Jones, the equipment and will later add a stereo j
..,iat.d Harold Hlgel on Ormond Street. a kindergarten play
and Myrtl. Eicher, Jack Schramm chairman of "
Sherries husband. Husbands Of members are He is .In the process of purchasing the committee, ti giving the tape recorder '
round dance coordinator for the Sarasota invited. a home, and will settle check ta. John. !Cl:Iulll'lon. VMS!: IncWn.. ..lM.Presbyterian ._ I '

down here as a sales engineer I ;
Jehovah's with a new service ste'lion. film Series To Begin Here On Sunday I. I I
I Witnesses Plan
Conference In Fort MyersJoseph Opening of a monthly film House the showing.
George Mahar, Little Ah,. eries at Venice Nokomis The films will be shown the
Sala district director Oct. 30 at Fort Myers' Terry atre director and VHS teacher Presbyterian Church last Sunday's film deals with
gregation E W. Hooper, circuit begins Sunday night of each
the fact that "all
creation 1
of Southeastern United Field supervisor for Florida'sGulf will direct tho play. The with a showing of ,a color month and only top quality I. 'I I
States Jehovah's Witnesses, I More than 1,500 delegatesare Coast, will be In charge 1 date of ticket Pales will be film, "Hidden Treasures," film will be presented Refreshments a vast storehouse of priceless ;
'I will church'be principal speaker at. expected to attend according of the assembly program and a announced by the committeethis Sunday at 8 p,m. in the din will be served by gems, works of" art and '
the conference three-day which trainIng to Russell Hord, minIster speak to the delegates on A I week. ing room of the Church the ladles of the church after wealth untold" The public is .!
of the t
Englewood con "Maintaining a Right StandIng hl n'
dt + t+
With God." \ I ,

Sala will speak on the last ,..; ,
1 1k43tkhzktcL day of the gathering at 3 p.
I m. on "Our Divided World-
Accept the
Is It Here To Stay?" d9+ ks ,
The conference is being i + ..' ,
sponsored by WatchtowerBible ..
and Tract Society of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Them. for .,app .:
the seminar will be "Speakthe ,
of our Word of God with Boldness _
." Textbooks will be the ,

.'The' object of the convention . ,
," Hord said, "is to
equip everyone' to be both a
student of the Bible as well asa
practicer of Its sound moral
,JOSEPH SAIAConference Vt t
I principle Speaker '#it t .
The Friday evening
pro. '
gram will be the model public ministers to the faith at 1 p. John W. HUlOn HASSON
Bible speaking class as m. A color film, "Proclaim Caadidafe for Re-e1ecU y SATURDAY MORNING
t ro conducted weekly !In every tog 'Everlasting Good New' mob? ,,,. AS HE TOURS VENICE
. .
r' Jehovah's Witness congrega Around the World" will be u y? 10 A.M. VENICE
lion Saturday sessions will shown at 7 p.m. Sarasota Co1llltr State SHOPPING CENTER.
convene at 9 a,m. and feature Everyone is welcome, Hord JtepreteDtatm WATCH FOR HASSOK
mass baptism of new said 1 1I CARAVAN.

[;;:..3 d +\

I Methodist WSCS Circles

should know where his her 1
We help savers by making safety for deposits "Everyone or _

a primary concern by providing II Will Meet Next Weekthe stands vital issues"
varied financial services under the some Representative on . ,

roof by offering savings aids and experienced Circles of Woman's Societyfor home of Mrs. Belde
counsel on money matters to assist Christmas Service of Ven- Whitted of 8909 Pohojr Ave.,
ice-Nokomis Methodist Sarasota, at 9:30 a.m", with
depositors in getting ahead; by paying a Church have scheduled their Mrs. Orville Purdy giving the JACK HASSON :
return on savings-without the depositor's October meetings next week. devotions and program ,
having to invest. Save with uttw Frances V. Curry Circle Ruth Circle will meet at the I
will meet Monday at 2
at the home of Mrs. George church fellowship hall at 2 p. solicits for this . rON
m. Hostesses will be Mrs earnestly your support program
Grassle on Casey Key, Box
506. Mrs Paul Melroy will Valerie McKeithen, Mrs. M.
Mee eA/f "ot sea"'fIIWIC' conduct the devotions and G. Renick and Mrs. Fred SARASOTA COUNTY'S FUTURE . Our county is becoming so

MOST program.All Winter. Devotions will be populated that our county commission -not the state legislature -: t

n.JIHlwanK Of VEnllE on Tuesday.other meetings will be given by Mrs:McKeithen and should be able to enact legislation for our benefit. I will introduce such .I

*, V \ s Prlscilla the home Circle of Mrs will Harry meetat and the program Mrs. Winter by Mrs. Renick a home rule bill. Our legislative program will still remain vital and I pro-

"< rose.sous ) Shaw of Pecan Lane, Nokomis Hazel Woodard Circle wm pose to establish a continuing Legislative Advisory Council to recommend -
at. .m. with Mrs F.
i p meet at the home of Mrs. N. and consider this legislation.ON .
I L. Jones in charge of devotions
and program V. Weaver of Bay Shore Roadat < PRESERVATION OF BAY BOTTOMS .: Our bays and bay-
Ethel Blalock Circle will 8 p.m. with devotions and /
meet at the home of Mrs M program by Mrs, Cornell fronts are our priceless heritage. Other areas have allowed them to become :
Cousins of 405 S. Nokomis who this and will future ', ,
Ave. at 8 p.m., Mrs James Blackburn despoiled. I join all citizens oppose prevent

Blalock program giving the devotionsand Re-Elect sales of bay bottoms by the state for private use _. ._ I ,t It

Martha Circle will meet at RAYMOND ON ROADS . Sarasota County desperately needs continuing pressure

the home at 9 of:30 Mrs a,m. Ethel with Mrs.Anderson r District No. 2 GOP for improved roads-completion of 4-laning U.S. 41 ; State cooperationin i

Mabel Wester giving the devotions needed primary and secondary roads and extension of the throughway 'I
THE and Miss Etta Huntley Justice of Peace < ,
N4 !in charge of the program. paid political ad systems along the lower west coast. With neighboring legislators
Porter Circle will meet at L j county officials and the Chambers of Commerce we can- achieve these

SPACE necessary goals. i/,/

ON RECREATION AND CONSERVATION . Local plans for acquisition
COMPARE CIRCUITRY! by the State of beach and park facilities in the County will have I

has poured minions Into Florida's economy.HOLLAND. my strong support in Tallahassee. I propose establishment of a county I'' .

... . RCA Space Age Soled Circuitry board to handle long range conservation and recreation planning. ,
.' ( his been proved reliable In millions '
thirds of at RCA chawls Victor. IV circuitry tit*.Two.Is ON EDUCATION . Academic freedom and educational improve

boiled M tchW copper beer* ment are equally essential for our school system. Most important is that

Is i member of this Important committee.Not 1 -' faster sects.mast dens.dupllC dsvdaped.*{tf*nnal >Is every action be measured to see if it makes for really first class education

RCA UbcritorlM..Thty. tlimiut/ for our children. We must reject extremism of all kinds.
nan 9m ZOO* *** benefited the
only hu the space program conntctiOM.T RESPONSIBILITY. "Every legislative proposal must be .
area around Cape Kennedy but K will continueto RCA VICTOR ON o.
pour millions more into Florida's economy.It carefully scrutinized to make sure that it produces two dollars worth of a i ,w
NewTPsta' '
Is Important to all Floridians, Democrats and COLOR TVWITHsl'CHANNEL public good for every dollar spent."

Republicans alike, that we preserve the seniority '
that gives[ Holland a seat on the Aeronautical and HIGHLIGHTS ON IIASSON .
Space Science Committee, whose prime responsibility TUNIN0' Committee Committee, Speaker Select Committee ea PsMe to +
yyvIoronis,5, o Member toy AppreprtaUom ,
Is to serve art matters In the space field.Every *Alkhannel. VHF ((2 to Distinguished Service Award Education I
resident of Florida shares In the benefits 13)) and UHF (14 to 83)) w''' e Recipient Sebcemmltteefor RingUng Museum Asrt. U. S. Attorney, Ant State Attorney I f I 1 se
that have resulted. tuning' Powerful New "aa W. Member a Msrtoe Corps Combat Veteran I
Vista Tuners 25,000- mos. Als* Member Judiciary Committee, Mental Health e Married, Father ef Three y
Florida needs Holland's continued Influence on volt (factory adjusted)
this committee. . It Is a valuable asset to every Color Chassis" Automatic
citizen of Florid and the nation. Color Purifier SEND JACK BACKRE.ELECT ; ,' ,
rM. nrHtrbwt It Slars-proof/ \ RCA High r> II
HU Nlltlad AiNoilHmMl
TmfcHOLLAND !isllty,Color Tube eeaaeme1M
I. wad / NMM.ereel G

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I-TM GONDOLIER Venice. Fa.! Uun. Oct.' 22 1964 Indians
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Return To Form i. BOWLING Meet Mcintosh warrant may be issued
Winning ; on sworn affidavit for the
!4 ; arrest of a person complained .

At 4 against It the m...
5 Today pm istrate from examination!

of the complaint, has rtsonable .
ft MuUnhliK. 1410. Kllbr The only Venice football grounds to believe

; Edge Arcadia Bulldogs 14-13 Myakka\ Lanes '1711 1Ieludr* KU Goo'Yvr.. 1111 1711, Put LW.Ikh.l". 5.1 1711, :: team to tee action this week that any offense was commilled .

M.... Po.wa 5751 P4 c..... 1101S" ; will be the U'l Indiana of within his jurisdic
Cora D.lla oapUiroi Uw fiery ud "'._ II....... 55.1: A' 11..11.., Venice Junior High School Lion
tat art*, aiinir for tkt ladloa anUorrr 1711 ai= 00.-b,I'II..I"-: here this
)"- III who meet McIntosh Eta Statutes Mite
Oako -k the tamo
... ...... 'Leo':: ? SMntoCyro's. ....... 111411e. / Coun-
r ;i : Venlc. High School's determined am a dl.10. Hi 110. IM-l.t-- a . afternoon in a Sarasota The warrant shall be directed .
.. lanbw
of UK Moali" loaraamtiik Car pad .......... . 111'' IlIke1
Indians rebounded .. a Ml ...d OoriT a .>.. 1871 Lh4. 111"- ty Junior High Conference to the sheriff and,
J from two straight defeatshere H.nM4..d Bill HaadrU won ..... game at 4 p.m. constable of the state It
all ....... la th. Scofc-h Itoutto.Tbla . and Junior
I i Friday night to knock a.w FUN AND MUNRt: foatar.ran. .. Lanes Both the varsity shall be executed ONLY by
Arcadia out of the unbeatenranks vrarr Saturday alibt .la t i I with a thrilling 14-13 High have open date this the In
Tfc. Mraklu Uniura loan took OKuro .. .
t the 1 .... .!adr I..n.r III. twra.r week before returning to action
\ I decision over highly-tout. of challto EI Motol, eoa arrest Is made.
.,'b '' ed Bulldogs from De Soto y ._'. W_.. will_...Ie ... ..Nu .. i.t ap.'blg S4( "n."_and. Ml next week. Ha. Sta. Ml.H
sr"I 1ou11l "printa
.aWd" uIi Trial Lola Garlnck The Ll'l Indian played a
H County. 4tr . bek foa arkWnar. ."".'.', kith >ln.l of III and Comment: A warrant csn
tn. FYhe.u' .... with Sarasota
JIMr w. tie
.4. scoreless
The loss dropped Arcadia "*' .rUrT7ol'l.1,11sod. All while only be Issued upon sworn
: i to 3-1-1 for the season, while .._ H-thFCzM.a wil.Yrd ,.0105 L. JUadlnnt. South v..... AralVolaatapr Junior High last week to affidavit by a person who
: Venice went over the .500 t 5hmbe.d. .. us H.n R.ek. ..... Fir. Prpt It-t 14-*,aad BouthrraSprint Trail McIntosh was losing actually saw or was I

I : I mark with a 3-2 record. I 1t 5577 ink.PoUr II'.U'H.dna.101 N.I..ei. .V.k.N.l..S.. ..... .... (Work'.'... Laundrr Lola*. Stamnlnc Oarlock 1... d,Bowk.. 74)*,pin of ffrrranram the Brookalde Following, 130.the deadlock with party of the offense and

All the point making came J 1 .5111 ( 5.5a IY.ti. 18*I HaroM Batch I and Goon Rfekart. (It. IMpin. Sarasota, VJHS head coach sworn to only In the pres.
.d' w.k..n IM StaadlnmlVaaio.
: fat the second and fourthperiods l StaUoMnr, la-Si, VoaavNokoiail. h. mm.. _ClwmM. Ml/>.. ..... Ralph Winsett said he was ence of the magistrate.
I as the visiting Bull Bank, 1547 lit, National. Baal Pkt O..*.....*., Dim Baaal ..... M. Uw "satisfied with the U'l Indi.
and Standard: Haatlnt 1T.Mondar .Ina-k ... dogs scored first on a 60-yard Afunt l.dlo> wltk ISO
n but disappointedwith
tied it with 1.57 remaining In. Si.. ...., C.U1. D..d Can. 111. rraa 5,10.1P0' : Prlnlln.. an
up : Bullock.
I .. ... > wllh' 1801 Jack the offense. Ha pointedout
I 4MI LfT 5. rknrm -
in the second quarter, tallying Maria s... 1I..h.......'. IU.umr.nt' in-i.:: ; Printlnit 171 and, cam tip, *for to (th.>7|'= that the back were able
t on a 41-yard drive that I 5 " Caaall. l dlto. Varaa, Gordoa Conitrnrtlo." Co. .... bleb for to move the ball when they
r P :: took only four plays. Bolaah Tae Hanna oln.1o M......I.... avi rolM.,.. .with T7.. UI TM|and PnblllToaia 7Mwrlw. ) hung on to it, but added that
Venice went ahead for the ksUloila015-sut Bulhtar. SM-WIt la"> Natioaal Bank, fm 5504 Rtandlnnl 1 Don BailLIn. they fumbled five time! in

first time when 11 plays produced BI... &., ale, L I V John. -Brajark.. 055Mlbw.k. I'......17-S of: 1'TIP.':.._HaM l7.W.Ur Soeko.1the 1S-T and lust 28 scrimmage plays.
a touchdown with '1:25'I : sib.. 5047 MlCarHac .. Jack Bollock... M Nat'end W...., PI* 00......... with 70 ,In. "Although only two of the

l to go in the game The Bulldogs klaik ...... T.... BoaPamiaoa ..'*r ..._.. ......and.... JIm' BnrrU with Npin miscues were recovered by
'. came right back to drive itm PoairnLlqoon.. IM.IS I.n-V.aOttM.I.. 1_.._ Caro8pamr Sarasota, the other three !
in 11 plays but failed :...PMMnaaai. Wharf, IIIf I | In Bawl. Spirit. SI4 ..ndXXI 47
; 74 yards ;:; Wh. C- Mnt Product. eoW6II O a 0 Mrlak) MS and SIM were costly In that they cost
knot the count when the Tfrrr Bnurbaii nil Roa. Janm. I. HJ. I
I I Nit Art Ruawll MI-tMl Larrr Joka.on. 55.-4)n Shot IMX. 10-4. us downs without gaining any
., ClaroNJoApia.
I attempt from placement was . N7i; Via HrClala tel 5ora0. lland Winsett noted.
| 14-la. Dowkr. of th. 11'.... AnCon yardage,
1 wide. eo.III 5.. Vaadla HOT_Crana7f Lb S.._l. Baarlll with 414, IT pin. a,. ,..cola Both Wlnsett and his assistant
t The initial period was all VENICE FULLBACK JACK WRIGHT runt an John Hence ((20)) and Tom McDonnell ((71)). 91..1- Norwood Na.ny Rooflnv 1544551, 1017[...Mnwood .W.570.... Calls 11.b.. Wlllew. A.o155.. .L.. Co.....i.. IM.d Don Heath, said the results
failed R'
0550 of
Jolly of three
defense as both teams 001I. ftar NorvY the days
I Arcadia kickoff back during second quarter Bulldogs blocked out of the play .re Mill Nurarrr. tI'.AlO tterth. lUraoM. 5c5.001. 1557 V..1ee 0544554
to generate a march until the In. J_ McDonald' ITS, Dor. .. practice> since the last game
: Venice win the Proves, (III) and Keith Marley ((65)). while J... Baaai lM-48a. ....dl_' 8YMwde TN and 1795aundn.) Cror. CoyW" "
night'i over .
fading moments when the action in Friday ....._ A_. IH. The inttr R' 14 and En- have been ,ratifyln,. They
IT-Tl Dirk . ... _....
ball his 20 Jerry Skinner ((41)) watches the action. Venice .kweN 1Ie.1.. A II.'
their He took the IInIllI in
w. Drura
Bulldogs took over on Bulldogs. on own JJ......... , lMl. tbd wltka of tha Work' Wanda Cartli. '".. M were spent "polishing up"
Venice the 44. Other ended a two-gam (losing Vein with a 14-13 N. .1.) and Rap No_ In, the offense to eliminate tomb
own 40 after a punt. and carried it back 24 yards to 5"2' TV S..t--.. .< ".'. m...50.1.. .......
Sixteen plays later fullback Indians !identifiable are Paul Pdn ((40)), verdict over a fine Bulldog eleven 50." silt Harold hall r.rd Rik. rranV ling and "schooling" the
6 Ms.M.n.Cnwrad Air CondllI T'"ln:7'l'n.: ;. ;;.. 1 I 1 It'll backs out their
Gerald Gamer plunged over .n 1 > to
ion carry
I ln ,
507467 Norrl.. Cap Haw. Ts.AS .. ......., HELP ELECT
the Indians LA Vrnle C. 105nd
theo from quarterback Ray enough as cameback .. *
yard out to rnKlmod .
from one cap game. pass MJ Sorrtea.' lota.v >5S Luckr Burdlnr. W. Tnrtuita. locking IIsllnmenti.Today'
60-yard drive. Giant end Jim With time running out in Joelson to right end Charlie after successive losses **.. .ndl.'4.7 E.._ A.. ern I in and lid for S4I Vonlr.Camm . probable starters
i'' l Yarbrouh5 and 240 the second quarter, the In. Hodges was Incomplete on the to Sarasota and Southeast to K-l I &,.: B1.. '. B..7M...,and I2't Stanrilnni) Darh. Km Oloa )-. for Venice: K.
IM Royal
.......' .
7 the dians downed Arcadia sustained march with 8:28 togo gain the well-earned victory. N.r.rrCann<< vrn.- LT "BOB"
pounds) booted extra an II.. nol l 4 and Trmlnal Traiuport USt LE-Pete Gurda ((130);
ilii point to make it a 7-0 ball punt on the Bulldog 41. AFlorida's until the half. The Indians Peden ran his scoring total .. R_ 011 ,, .Ob.k I. Soft. Hu.Ill. W.t .>4. Bowkn .' tn. Work .Irma La- -Maurice (180)); LG Dick
'.W -- -- first play, but On the next for the year to 33 with his rv trtekt. iiTwAkiR rollod II,*, .;..* PM C;\\ioh"! 101, ..T'phiVemr'.nr"rh 4- Austin (125)) ; c-Jay Taylor BECKER

Joelson hit left end Nick seven points. He was the R.... atmt.t.--d: atoractloo kick ar a 145)) or Bob Austin (ISO);
Harper with a nine-yard completion leading Indian ground gainer I pili! '"- Shuidlnmi Vonotlaa G... 11oo. Palnl Moi'l LranaKatp Democratic CandidateFor
RG Heath RT
Way CUanr* wa* the ait toaia (145)); -
.1-1 Right halfback Paul with 67 yards in 15 carries for Jaa..ralKoii: 574'Hoaioi Hood.." IMi Dalrr' WAMR, IM in and I. moe war Mnnday all* .. tit.rrolM George Blackburn (179); RE

Peden made it a first down an average of 4.5 yards. Joel. .,V d"Culllnn',l_ "o Soft>,l .11'.......Can 145.* IMI. ..d Plod 1111 Hunt.nd M7S Hit for torrthrr tram nor anon Steve Deans (165) ; QB- JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
\ son was runnerup with 37 of IM, 101 and Ml for 421 arri<*. T nBnneh
by picking up Just a David Erb LH-Steve
Madi )
Fowora (100)
Farltr hint .... ;
District 2
Ii 111 14A 171
: n>* thrm b.Y/ with ,
I v in six carries Hence H.
yard. yards .5547 G.n Stakl. P.b.1. all ..... 17T for lot atrlam, StaniUnnl' Schepp (145)) : RH-Jim Ram
I!j Harper Scores netted 23 yards in eight plays Md L.I 1-HTllI* ;'.n PI. Oil M, p.KI|Drnn Orkr; SMT ran.ral -, Bndw, !,.*r IR'A-SSt R.v *...r CI.) ... (140)); FB-Ward Curry (100)). SARASOTA COUNTY
1. Then came the big gainera and Haskins mad 11 in H_ 10U-I1 Staadlnnt. m *- and Enrhrwood B.lthoiw. 111. Paid for kr the 571. DonotntkB
KarkrPHin...l H...... 15 t| Honrtrick,' Sow?. of I'". Work i Fiord Hunt ill ..ratl..* Committo.' of riorMa
I 31-yard pass from Joelson three. c<>...IWtIo.. KS-t'., .l...,a> FlorUa : II7 pin., "p7ara'rrloaM' UdlalRrlra Only persons born within w..... _...h. ....1...., ..ndthe
j to Harper. Harper made a Again the entire Venice defense 1'.t".Io.. .!* > ?'".' ...'. Rawlr.. bells Saraaotft County DmocratitKracntn
'It' D P.04. ...:.... J1 Ho. waa hlrh for Ih. btdln the sound of bow are
10. .
ew Bltalae .ace .. _... a.w L 91.05 a5atl ...... fine catch at the Bulldog 15 was a big factor in the ,.,..1..-.1 H '01, lnln. F.-k, PI., .,th 1 ISO dnd..94.. Shamn. HnrtwlrMrr Cockneys. CommitteeTHANK
i M.. Toani .. huh with 4!!
I and eluded several would be game's outcomei Defensive ., 501' YBI.u.hllq P., oils A...... App r4.) .... kl.h with
: ; tacklers to run the remain. center Joe Henriquez, a N1Jf'"w':: '" ".:: ")":: 7tS and SI2S '..ndl.... A.... An.nar.1 .
ing distance to touchdown ter. standout in the loss to South. ........ *'V.r' E..4 IH2-AOK 3.0.-: 7<'t-8'i">. Tram 1987.-.4 No." 1748,5 th. Work MorMa. I
fell on it at his own 37 iVknmm rUal &..., 151.1955. ,..
ritory. gee .
M AudiDlion 4IS, SO rr eon
9undm.r! Cons G.... 11.85 Wi....
..., .,.. < Joelson tied the score by east, was again at his best m_.' eel' Eel.... II'44' I.I... en.eYl air Ron*. 11. B.T. ,....,. Slwrlffa -
:. I I running the extra point over against the Bulldogs. Tackle 8"10. II" Oulda IIopd. Joa'. 1,4 N.' J,5.' ,
'. who took guculry.. p""od tit.1' .p7)tl,) 5)0); .0.:17 .wl... :31,04. : 5dbk, =
Jones .
t for a successful conversion. Greg over I" W., W. Autn 5.2.1..
.. . Ir
It htwh b..k 0. .lth lot
i The Indian go-ahead touchdown for the ailing Bruce MacDon. Mo'Y V...Hd..r.. 51.0,44. Per.171. . ... and 4U aarlo 1 Mike' ......
I AoocI C P.N c., BM 10. CII- . .... ... .._ .
4 th
culminated a 40-yard aid, played his best game of .... I.) S..h.' 1"1 A.. u ed a faro YOU!
... b. drive that took 11 plays all the year. Brown w.Wl..dO'20't-Mlt.On., . IU i E mean 1-10. ntl.relit..._ Burnt for tbt boor Moora whit had tm hid.
H -- -.- .... rushing. With a fourth-and- Also outstanding were I 1.1 U> C. ....... Wlrta and Eaittni Bl" r-
........ SU Crams Bun AA 70.4. Datto. .5811,. .M. th."
sew a..a8 a rM A Wit I a. Wes lcat Lawrence Phil ITS I W.nd. 570445i
situation calledon
Joelson guards Shep ,
one .I''. "1M .,Ith IM .19. .). mid 4KI win. Th.
t Peden to plunge over for Youngberg and Bob Somers; Von')' Hick:< 2P l..JohniDM.... Job f *ltn!>,..,.:. M...._ rolM TI7__and 1201 W ,bad To the people In the Venice Art, wed lil* to
Bowltr) uf 01-
the Peden's tackle Jim Zacharias center !171. hl> wifa. V.,. 1M but .... brat h. war la ttam
six-pointer. run ;
Brabalnr 444, SI fhiiMaaoaia tha
filmy for
mf ei.1 1<0'.1", Rill( Lunue. 18' u 6:44.5: . express our appreciation you
.... ..
i x for the conversion made: it a Jim Hatchitt, end Kenny Bingo rv. I
"10 .
w" K"Bank DELICA-
: ?ir.'tuhr 55 Line net. given BUFFALO BILL'S SNACK BAR AND
it. J t 14-7 ball game. Longest run ; and defensive backs .. t.ward.. w.h hlrh with 50155 aln'ltuid
B. ".. M. that ouf
in the march Haskins Pe Smith Dirk Ttrrr, 1m.... rolM KMMrita. TESSEN. Tremendous response Is reassurance
I was a 10yarderby Steve Bradley, r" Fen ,.U,. 141 1 Hmnan Dili..
[il .
with 7ID limit will be
H.roId JoItn..o'. lap ltd a to the !. of the community
fullback John Henne from den, Jack Wright and Henne. 001-1411 557.551. .nd (.Ml aortal. Standing! MuttnT. serve peep
the Bulldog 16 down to the Venice has an open date tomorrow ,,917-711. 6..dln.TIN. The C.. 55/4,4 GI.,11 .-. 11- Rum.) .. 17-1 and Iron 114owlor of mutual benefit
r n of th. W kl Rar KtKpllnnrfor
before Woat Auto .
night return. 5rate.. 14Ti au. ._.._
445 i455
six.Arcadia Precut inconvenienced
took the ensuing Ing to action here on Oct. 29 Horwonh| a 5u Produrta.., Hanry 14 B.-k.. Joh. W. hope that those of you who were

u- kickoff and marched 74 yardsin against Rivervlew in a White Soot' Hurry s..urbm, 5551 Cliff' T.. by our GRAND OPENING will bear with us, as the

ra a oar Ira ... .._ -sew 11 plays to score. Pass Sands Conference encounter. a P.,.,.507'.... lei f.rsy I Phil Jilu.IIh.rid.n.: 5157 101, T Hob_ anenioyable turnout was beyond our expectations! i

j completions of 24 18 and 19 THE STATISTICS F.0.-h 5051 H.", ... ...n... till Bill
Bod.... *,".... lOT' Bill GOLF and courteous service Is our
Democratic Congressional yards were the big gainers. Arcadia Venice 81-U. so1 11 105 Ai Fam., s._ A superior product ) I
Mike Mardis scored the Bulldog First Downs 14 8 r....... til ul. mock Van Miir. day of goal . always
Delegation Endorses touchdown on a run from Yards Rushing 101 138 7-u rto'..(Conh91"- Lou ITt x.llFlyd tripling) Hunts I

I Unanimously the five after Venice had Yards Passing 121 40 F..-.." [..I, BI.... Glnar "SUM TRY

President LYNDON been t penalized one-half the Total Yds Gained 223 178 Cs-Op v..... Button G... .......111.4151.", Houwnn An. Rua7l> Air SARASOTAGOLF ( BUFFALO BILL ) i
I B. JOHNSONThe distance to the goal on a pass Pass Attempts 18 T (MUtlMbw. 110, V.)..' G. C.,

interference infraction. Pass Completions 8 2 5505.Cole':wS'KS4r83i'! ; v.'-..., CLUB i
members of Democratic Congressional Delegation With 2:18: remaining Yarborough Punts 5/25 5/31.6 .& .'. ', Sh.. 505 COFFEE & DONUTS
!? &
from Florida are proud of the outstand. went back to attemptthe Fumbles Lost 0 1 S $. '&.'.III.'. Array Coop. _&"Trial ... DAILY. GREEN $3.00
conversion from place. Yards Penalized 20 55 509..4.' DOl.." Cherrol! SERVED DAILY FROM 7:00: A.M. I
i ing performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President > P0)1)150'' ) H.,r IMnwraTKSSi, Just Off B.. Ridg. Rd.
I ment to tie the score but the Score by quarters: 00...... "1'" Golf PUndi
of the United States. They commend him to ball sailed wide of the goalposts Arcadia ...... 070 8-13 ,**. Du._. CJoay.Club....., mi U-li 81m., South of. Sarasota 121/ W. Venice Are. Ph. 4885470J J

you as a stable efficient administrator, and as and the count remained Venice ....... 070 7-14 .F.. 1.._. ., v.-s-. Mao, end Wol. r- ,. rr-.

a proven friend with an understanding of the 1413. Scoring:
Onslde Kick A-Garner, 1-yd. run; Var-
I j programs which vitally affect Florida's economy. Arcadia attempted an onside brough kick good.

kick following the touch- V-Harper, 31-yard pass FORD DEALER

I / / 1 d 1' I Ii down in an effort to gain possession from Joelson; Joelson run
r of the ball, but Hod- good.
and Venice took over. Three V-Peden, I-yard run; Pe BILL PHILLIPS

j 1-1 11II i renning plays produced only den run good.AMardis .
six yards and the Indians 5-yard run;
were forced to punt. Yarbrough kick failed.
1 The clock ran out as the

Bulldogs completed a pass to

II 'II ,... .11.1..1 ......,....... .MId t. 10, !tie 71.155," l.d.. J.1..e. their own 45.Statistic. Cubs ParentsSet
II c_...... rid. T_ P.,...._ 1>. c...._ were all in favor FORD
'+f Arcadia, but they weren't
I I I VG MeetVenice
r j ,

I II' I area parents of 0

; I 1 prospective Cub Scouts have

Attention All Voters : been"activities invited night"to attend program on PH. 488-6787

I with their youngsters Monday
at 7 p.m., sponsored by Venice .
[I Gardens Cub Pack 123.

r SAVE THIS AD : The program will be held

at the Venice Gardens Rec.
,: reation Center. Boys eight Amazing Bargains

I i I Ij through 10H years are eligible LOOK

'IT WILL BE HELPFUL! I to become Cub Scouts.
4 II Cub Pack 123 meets on the

yA y I fourth Thursday of every Limited Time Only
I month and membership ii
L ) r I mow' BE SURE TO VOTE NOVEMBER 3rd. I open to all Venice area boys

of eligible age.


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PRECINC1EnglewooJ/ Recreation Ce/rfer

; fOR PRECINCT #70-rWce Civic Ce/ifer I '
I FALCON $6954Dr. 61 695
'1 I PRECINCT #2'-Communify Ce/rfer/ o/ NPC, a e. $
'I 1 I Booksincluding
Automatic 2-Door

: d't r CONSTABLE PAUL( Dem.TAYLOR) DISTRICT 2 The"BLACK CHALLENGED"BookshopW. STALLION his new I Bill Phillips i i'ord1 Venice 1 @ I

Paid for by the Sttte Democratic Executive Committee of Florid., Warren Good.

,, 1 rich, chairman and the Sarasota County Democratic Executive Com mitt... l Ph.. Venice 488-1307 Ave. 1562 SOUTH TRAIL

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The" GONDOLIER Venire. F1. "'.... Ocl 22 1964-7

ichool Candidates In Debate 1 1o r I I ;

FREE? 2-WffK SUPPLYI exalt '
opposition candidates members of the John Birch SUPER
sarasota County s District Society, and one of their development of the schools dedicated citizens of our constitutional AC oR161NAL .; ::11:11I
hool board post were the first acts was to eliminate very 200 They also must resist, he Republic." P LENAMINStmiuin "
said '
attempts from I .
at last week' lunch. teaching position pressure Frazee asserted the primary rve
ken In the ml"INa/alaA
meeting of the Venice Kli Montgomery County schools text groups books to rewrite American goal of our schools : "a"0r"r raElrcnoral<' II I
Club. Later they eliminated testIng must be the academic train- sea arlMie "
Membership Seeret'tie' Ing of the child mind to the ,
the Issue for KlaniwereDr services and tot the" i
bating part
Chalmer L four years have voted Bisected! thar membership fullest extent of his individual mtcouRHnii'raowKiHU May foe AW nennnini iI
con. \lists of the John Birch capacity.'Direction'. 5510 slime a mm noun m AI m meet tmt I
per Democratic candi- sistantly against all attempts Society are secret and memo tarn mi WHIU Mann LAST ,y,
rand Republican Harryf'cooper to build up the school
he added system, bers work through Infiltration He pointed out that fore
in other organizations, and most among the Issue that ,i iI
told the ago Dr. Cooper charged that the that for four years the group face our schools today Is
up to four year* name organization is active has been trying to tell Dr "direction" or "priorities"and
iijomery County, Mary. here and warned that responsible Russell Wiley he should use these will be determinedby RE1I u RUBBING
bad one of the finest citizens of Sarasota the list of text books, films, the philosophy: of education -
-ol I systems In the County must learn the real Issues etc of those on the school BIEBII'Venice I
that time, he .talt'j of the campaign and "Dr. has ALCOfOLINaNtaNM.
not Wiley resisted this board Goals must be estab I \
!School board of allow extremist groups to Interfere Infiltrated pressure group for lished by the board and Implemented M II \1,
ben was taken over by with the growth and four years and as a result is by the administration I

not declare reappointment.." ," he added. jI 2for80ceersrwMnalMnl
he Frazee then declared the .
Dr. Cooper further pointedout school board must decide
VOTE that his oppoent, Frazee, whether the schools will teacha tWabtra-faNrhM ;ti: Shopping Center W. Venice Ave.
has denied he Is a member of great variety of subjectsor Nned.Ib enaN,
the local John Burch Society have education in depth, I
but that he supports 99 per that is quality education, ., I \
cent of the John Birch Society 'I feel," he added, "thatwe % S 'I,
WRIGHT views He also reminded the must have open mInds to Rasxau 1 lf Iilf.lrY _IEXAlL SHAMPOOS f fI
Kiwanlans that his opponenthas the extent that we are willing I
said he will have only one to experiment with new methods ..,.. MILK( of I
.. vote on the school board, if on a pilot project basis. a' ASPIRIN 550"11 .MAGNESIA2m ;
elected, and a. a result could But we must use caution In ITT LOTIONS 5255' iu1

not. make any radical changes adopting them," he added. REX .r a.feNayapkbNe.see"It5 ea, ....dN 'Q
Declaring that new method Rte N.2Ar. e 1
One-Pins-Twe srMrrasaya.l 53 2 FAST DANDRUFF TREATMENT SHAMPOO ''
are very expensive, Ea t ,., YrkW- ...
"But he failed to mentionthe Frazee warned and that the EMERALD SUITE RICH LATHTH SHAMPOOi.
4 70c
fact that his one vote plus board should judge the success ours Ica.L2for7Oc S9C I BRITE CONDITIONINg SHAMPOO. t
those of two members now on of new methods by the SaL OUE CREAM SHAMPOO HM. tar AQ.toMlir T S .
the school board will make a results obtained. For example smALL MALL aITCIRIMSUPPOSITORIES M< t
majority that can effect a he asserted "team ,
complete reversal of the con. teaching should be discontinued : arwNladltewlt PEROXIDE .
slstant 3-2 vote that has been ''+h* lIN.16r 1 rtw 1 I."r i ;
unless tasaa
the results with NNr __ tb' M
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used during the past two the individual student is superior ..... sblhL', r Ir ".
r 'u4 aROBERT years for the constructive to that obtained by the .''I'....PI AMERICAN BEAUTY ( :
progress of our school sys- teachers working individuallyand 2",, .fZJ i'
tem," the speaker said Inclosing expending a like amountof eSIALL 54'ALCOREX ROSE FRAGRANCE
effort r MINU1fMAN CHEWABLE ( SOt N rnna epaeN a."L.1 M as.d / J
vI, AM. Nrb Naa ear a."a M.- 't tI
Dr Cooper holds a doctorate No PR Man MULTI.VITAMINS. '"
in Geology from the University Touching on the suggestionthat IUAUPETROFOl011. aNsh2fa2l1
of Chicago, and has has been made that the OaPee. asNlNO::'" t IapflACeeNOEA's",2fa13I i iLinkMIA I '
taught at the high school and school board employ a public .' "1.. I
college level He has been a relations man, Frazee laid, irltimlirt |tow dill2.98PANOVITE ....,,, I'I ""N._2fa2A1't(
member of the education "I don't believe . the public 1 Ned daily is a ah.Ml r1 Iuwolq suety I I
committee of the American is so stupid that they need I e5ndr 1laronIa5t5L : 76ALPHA :- ".;"w\.; I'IwFUMES. """-" -
1p0'.ANrN21or a.e"
Geological Institute for more a public relations man to an.'Md 60c 2dalsl'J
than 10 years After 1$ years pretty up a picture or white
with the U.S. Geological Survey wash facts in order to sell
WRIGHTREPUBLICAN he retired three years them on our schools
ego witht a citation for meritorious The Republican candidate
service in publicatlons also declared "the highest degree r i& iilfiii J W

CANDIDATE of responsibility and RADIANCE f(( ,
Frazee, the GOP candidate, Initiative should be allowedour ( CAPS .....NBREWER'S '
told Kiwsnlans his "concernfor principal and teachers MULTI-VITAMINS sea""',,Of COSMETICS i''

County Commissioner! education Is based on the compatible with good prac- 1 ea sea{Nt s...,,es e,Mars ruAaha.weale YEAST .. ,, a .
study of traditional as opposed tlce." A good teacher operating 0+''Mb na"IWd, NMNawrtw I723.26/ ewb.,.,.d \ I ToMlpAcTpflWDER '. I "
(District 5)) to so-called progressive In a climate of mutual = m seI.U. I A i
education and the philosophies trust and unhampered by adminlstrative 2fr299 j jPANOVITE aeeas ass --..... FACE POWDER II' i i
which for the last 30 directive and o... 1'1
t' not how much spend an PANOVITE tae -L
money you ,
years have Influenced curriculums overloaded schedule, he added rM Mlemh WIMAII[ i"wL40 2,440eotyMutsloN I
mt HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET for and test books will produce superior results al dNa a.wr.a.Ylh/ dlNr A aNN W MIN ,9 S& 'I':: i t
hat do He also reminded them that with students a.a/.IN"Ma .M w N.rr rlrlh t ....n L --210Il15J \ :
you "education' Is a continuing Frazee has a B.A. degree .nw.l a'mla.rr. W.' s e Msni j jI B : 1
process which involves not from the University or Akron Ia 2wa,96 w12a20! .. CMllDRlI1
only the public school systembut : is District Agent for I 100 c.,. tti ::-- .ummAMIIi --'-:' ." NF E I(
also the home and the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance ....,a,., sot IU.UI 4t't t
LET'SVOTE church" Co.; and a memberof IVIT1 2.011.26
He pointed out that schools various civic organizations fr *, BRITE SET HAIR .c ,
must cooperate in Instilling "CAR MONACET ( NNT NL I N
:I Los UO t1e
children "those unchanging SPRAY
CONFUSION AWAY values and truths which willassist' APCTablets ; I
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Gala CarnivalSet a.M..el. yes sass all., WINO
them in developing in- Oasa 5er briMet5eSd
to Intelligent responsible and GN lib of dmph ,;, a.d IRONTONIC Kah, 1

At OspreyOSPREY I 55mllpt I00'e VITAMINi aaa PIN. .M ;. ,- 11NA/a"I RIa 1.10.

4 NOV. 3 arms set 4nu1, RfC. sIJ9
WATCHFor A gala programs :;:: 2199 S1KN'

J shaping up for the Osprey lor l0a .

(Paid Political I Adv.) THE 'BIS 3' at VSC the PTA: school Carnival grounds to be Oct held 31.on r..rrJ \

-- Joe La France, the man In e.rY.r ,' I
charge, reports prospects are Ef
for the biggest and best carnival SHAVE CREAMS [ij
In Osprey's history << REXALL W,49 r .
PTA leaders said generous .BUFFEREDASPIRIN I AE.050j, I 4etbd ,

response had been received vL NxaitAEROSOL ll.. L.JI' a I IOsateNdesCudp I
for donations to its "CountryStore' i ADHESIVE V J
and that additional .a SHUT-ON I
nth lad N. Wta TAPE aNN set
contributions of household 3 MERTHIOLATL99c gut '
goods; and clothing would be rwM wmaktB A.eWtath smmaddet vf299c'

welcome Call\ 9662288 or foo's tee. Vie
966-2804 for pick-up service. 1.N
make you 1 new set a ZId4c2i

Two million Americans of 2,099cEEAllSACCHARIN : :
Ukrainian descent live in the A \ :Hi'r
United States
0 .NNra OaA car alaiab'"f a+rrarn+wNwY!" M.+,N, I ,
COLOR TV :M.'sac /a rIWWf/WM ,
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<< n 391 TINCTURE SUPPORT'<< ,!
SALVE -- "

U1 tablets Trlol/AMbtb 10* iNYLONS \

byBUI Wtk Nx ens bwlw pl"d1W OlNnsdNN. 2, 40c i
Idlas&s Tmk 'pK ,
S ,9 M.NN dMd .11.,1 ad
Phillips nbti AMIIXAll 1 ;
.LM 11 iitfM.
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7r21a4Oc { 301 GAUZE rC caw r" .aaa Ma r sal. I :
Tubeless tires, now Blandard -
have MM /Nr.9a L65r BANDAGE i 4/rra ,l
on most new can,
75 of e M/FN....W TIN .LI rll 1O/dLIJ-STUM g w ,
eliminated over percent r IMN .IN IIItN 90 2'74.96
Former "flat"\ tires Tubeless h 2t31c9c K I II

tires hold air better, are
harder to make go flat But
they wear out Just as fastl I :
d+Ww0.Vwaa11M+ .G5 ,1 / Drive ahead of yourself
Watch for oncoming traffic MQUTHWASttCS! &iii
and lights ahead of you. Keepa ; 5 ; F
smooth pace to hit green .
lights and prevent hard brakIng VICTO5IAMBINATiON !

or accelerating It means Mi-31 QUDCSWABS"oN BORIC ACID ,' ..1I

better gas mileage : p" ,-N aan1N_"'/N 4sLFewdr. SYRINGE ':
Are you looking for a good A.b.r . W.kap nn'1 ;reNNrM t-\
pickup You can't beat a I' .nth., PHI,AN. ehKLENiO sic a, 5ael. .a M.feewa5N. I, I'

Ford. Stop by at BILL PHILLIPS : .....- 1SOc Sasf I
FORD here In Venice. :: 2'0' 90c :;' :: 2/or 40 2-4.O
and check over our stock of J y
Ford pickups. A pickup Is apiece .
of business equipment 5.a5 ash,aaA d l 2".10 I
l. for many and a passport to BILLFOLDSa. ; :
travel adventure' for, othersFord 455 COTTON ." r M1Mr't
\\1' SQUARH awa'
Move the old set Into the kW room or den for added HARMONYIN pickups can handle either _} .. ,.,... Ipley "..... __ __M fIJ'-2".46 1 1 1 /nnat.maNUyWITH W area N
job with ease See them Pint.....'n sHow Rm
this week at for BABY PANTS . I. w5N
There' no TV like today's superb Color TV. Price start lower FORD. We're at 1S62 S. Tarn 1 806 CO Sgm, 2t SOt 2,2.01I0Ie5aLAM1 m 2..80 '
leas to enjoy. Because the recent laml Trail. See you soon ) eww w..r !
it cost 't
than ever now...and you A big Insurance firm Is ; ,
$10 million rate reduction row makes the average price paid per asking its policy holders to BABY HAIRBRUSHES .

residential kilowatt hour 31% LESS than it was 10 years ago replace amber turn signals BLUE ORAL TOILETRIES I LIGHTER ......_IIJII. 'I'IM 1
with white because the amber 00. FLUID
J ones are harder to see, and -: t'.1 blaa. adry.kis, .\w,. SM iwrlr lnN Is Wot ; Fr.ors ,' i 1'2ar

-tIN; oitlalo flameiess7.L can studies cause are accidents cited as support Several ..... s an ON..h :".\ R= rn dn ItIT IAn UIIOK me.11III panel 2.SOccarsaN, 'f t '!': f,

.,,MOW. IHItH* Yeas eves' Stop for school base loading 2 for'Og ..i- .o're..2 for 90t :: .,ar LOI iL

ft*Hit M to Some url ,lnlllll.e.mjn thl< Masts 3... or unloading But don't I I:

AU/FMKoia,Sto*HI-1',_Color TV. SM YOUR DSALKP make a sudden stoo Watch KltneTOOTH 1i
ahead when yellow buses are t tIn
around, stop in plenty of timeto BRUSHES 25 VALUE LIGGETT ASSORTED FLAVORS '
01 give warning to traffic behind li
A/uNY 'rIM kMhIru.11a
you. M .has N IINe.NNlum .
Stuck horn Hit bore ring a A.N LnWTI.eMll.ry'IYea I
sharply several times If ICE CREAM 2 PINTS 26

horn does not atop, lift hood ,e:in': 2 fer SOt I ..I.III

FLORIDA& POWER & LIGHT COMPANY '- and Have pull repaired one wire off horn. II Ilia J



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; : PRICES ,
I or EFFECTIVE ;If; .f', .. ..
t' THURS. FRI. d .
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I \" or $
22, 23, 24, Motch! Swift 5 kns. .
: Mht or
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'I( Creal1l
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". 46-o*.
;I \; Pineapple.Gropef;
4 .

I t ." 1 I:: 'h'"",.,... .II Del rrUI Monte -, Dr'ln k . cons

y I t I'' ; I Yellow Cling IBpeach5 # *Vi $
1 c F Sliced or Haled ** cans !! '
: .
...- ''f ; 11: s F.6..p
Kernel I
; ", i'i' Cream Sty'I It or Whole #303 $1
Giant 6
: Green Et)
'.: Corn cant

!' i: 'pj4Y4I. Golden

A Cut 303 51
K itchen- #
Giant 6 .
\ Green
: ; v:4 g4 eans. cons
r ; d 1 Green

I !i AT pVB shopp 9 Hunt'l Delicious St.wecl 5 1 B;: 51 ,

'' When ou do Y our grocery N 0 nl Y
y receive tomatoes.C.
l October 31, y ou will
i !i now and nationwide p ro g ram! x
-, 19'I cards. It't part oa winni 9 cards, each Family Size Decanter 48os.59c ,
.' therX1e400will be fifty Oil. '

worth Wesson
a cost
The X1,400, it t United States. '
r of a year's supply food the .. ,, S-ietGheAi-S"- "
the figure 19
winner if
You've g d ..
( off. Premium Can's' 24 os. 49c ;:
wash Swift'l '
three of your cards,after s Y Stew ton
And that's not all-if that add up to 19- \; B A ef tIwith
bear numbers Balltl\ M
the average 39c
i- can win X111 that's cost ; Premium 24-0'
i you food. canof
y O
month's supp
one Spaghetti


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1 \ tr'1 y $
J Oical 41/2-01.. QQ<
Cookies .. pkg.
D \ Suniklnt't{ F.mni SaltlnH!
to947.49 r. \ Kris py Crackers . .. . pkj. 31sIAd

FARM WORKER mos n'i Ipiud Chicktu M
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BRACII9S s : {
MOREPEDPEE, \ ALL GRIND Boned Turkey . . . con 35
j19 ; hPeduadfaodfa'HALLOWE'EN" CANDIES .,,
1Pppl I Sw.n. '. Dtlklovt C*"m4Chicken
I or producet(oedlalep S-o:. {
FOLGER'SCOFFEE Spread . . . . can 17
Mellowcreme Pumpkins . 'I'29c
CONSUMERS WORK flWU Plottle Sandwich tagtGladWrap

j, \! SUPPLY HOURS TO OF ARM FOOD A MONTH'S Bag of 51 Party Paks . . ubV; 49c .., 75 pkg.-ct. 29{
f ..
Our CU"omtrs fedry wok fewer" of Corn . '&" 79c +
i! f hamgpyf;supplv.'rlMdc.l.anth'I' "" 5c Bags Candy

t : :. Trick or Treat Satchel . . '$2 79c
I It : -
i '\ a 101 Candy Treats . . . . 'T.Y 79c ,

r I I\ 60 HOURS ((1941.'49)))

1 j .In...fOrm.. of Iht imouB"" ,,?, .;i I I I' I' STARKISTTUNA
.. ..... L
I :.jl ., .....1..rl". "'" .food. rRadFi ri
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!II 'I: I OTHER COUNT COMPARED lfl.. TO Suniwect Brand Tasty, Healthful

t Ij: .!I RUSSIA 50% (o,MM) Prune Juice 40-os. 49c 6Vioi.
: "I BRITAIN 29% bot. t+
Cool Weather Calls for Campbell'sTomato ;
j ...
kAaarlnrNUr.Iwaa l flfWM45RPM 10Y
i I : -o" lOc
j Soup
'" ( can
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''t < The Pink Lotion Detergent ,: Sriiif, .III n H.w _

[.. I'I''I I r c _a Lux LiquidFamous O O O 22-os.In 49c 1 Rose rwrotionYit . . ..... ,..........22-" *' 65'J'

,N' \'' I POYAT CH II::1, POTATO CHIP Blue Plate BrandMayonnaise ::::'"lye 3 .,,1. 33

Y {trJj 59< ., .. ...
j quart 39c ; lrln| hi vw 7* H N w -
. . jar Baggies Food Bags ,2f1:: 43Efr

fhrisfinas ,Gifts, with | || Grefn lifampsi 14iLiiT'

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Swift Premium Bonwlm '------------.*f" -----------, II i i
dalrflspeei ld e ' '
Smoked Daisies Ib.69c COUPON GOOD FOR ; COUPON GOOD FOR : : ,

rhl..Y.l..e, c. Oil Swift's Premium Smoked Country 1 0 O AtJD I 1 00 AMp 1 I ;

Margarine . 37c Link Ib.59t4lrZPS/ : J ( '
,....., ..... .. '....,.1... Sausage . ; /*3' OFF I ,,SAMPS 50 OFF IBiscuits
I A ">. 39c Copeland's I Secret.Seasoned 4 CklMRtgulat Pke."/N"PM' .' Nnln NM.r.. ,.,...1.1" I I .14"."..,P1.'.........,.tt.'_....kjH ClilnR I .,k.
I ;
**-* Delle... eoM Roll Sausage.b| 5 C ,rlM. $1,41 I LMI .
(MipMWltk 50 Ihli I I I I
.ou 50
Sour Cream pint tkli e.u"o. [{i I With Ikli..upo.. --.:...- ,( : ,}
. 45c N.Nr "!Iy $1,9' } e I
crR. Tornow'i Oven-Rtady ,. tvt M wilr" $:" '
O wl-ow.t Pu" o.L new 1N. I ...<.opt l F,utl!. Ort 12.n, |M4WlMMMli I I
WItceIIeIIIa-CIoN.C"-o" M L'89fZ.Vllb.$139'1 I .1 R ,
Longhorn b.65c eat 00 ----------- ---- _ - ... '

OMM I. ....Ie... w IY..M..
Sliced Cheese. ".,=. 49C '' Houiekceping"Tirnow'i AbNfc'Good ,, I

frozen foods + :-. : 1 i

Igw't fuj krlOiMSandwiches.. SALADS I
. . 'IYe $ I
Bread Dough 3 ;IS..I.loaYe.M. ; 49c ,,' ') 20 VOLUME /i''' ,

... ,..r. ,....SH.YDinners BINDER, 79c M
. . . . Jj; 39c A '

kNYL.I'. Qdck Fr....
Green Beans. . '144b, 39c tOOUV FREE
Green Stamps<
M s Aw.rr.Im. ,.
Cream Pies 3 ',{;"',. $1 I i U WHITI RIG RAIN r !EXTRA-HOLD HAIR SPRAY '
Medium Sue WhitoPearl 15-01... con, $1 I 49. 4- lox i 1!
( rn t.t Oet M IM4I ?,
KrchRllets.; . 1 pkg*. 49c d ici Shrimp . lb. 79

....,_.. .
Dilicioui RtdGrouper
'**''.0. D.l ._ EXTRA)
Sea Scallops JJJ:; 79c _j1, Fillets lb. 49Htrmon'l IOO FREE 00 lOC

TrMMr* .M. fmttr Peck (* 50 II....,. w/...yHBr'ded .l> J"/ Green. __.Stamps....._.. !
b' Orango Band ( + 50 stomps w/eoupon) i **110." .4. ;
.,..... .. Wieners . IB.59l
lM fff>|0.kY Ckkkm I I' 50.1. .I.M.I> 3 6-oc.k s.87e >
Iwrlrw ua Ool M 1M4) flinJ7
Noodles . . . "r73c I Swift's Premium Super Siio Sliced ..::.OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO .
Sliced Cooked or Bu.CI 601. ptgHAM..59c
N.Ilwr.. Ho.N (r/ww... Cold Cuts 3 ()k.OI."X

Frozen Pizza 16 pk et.I. 79c (IeIo,.., Pleklt Plm.nlo". Ollv. L.DIg f) 5O1FREXTEE o1 50 II 1
.(* so N..IN w/eM.1 (Plus 100 ext,. Avt Grton Stomps w/coupon) / Green <
I .i.b__ stampsj I

GOVERNMENT-INSPECTED ..oxtra .largo 69e
(o rn t.l Oot M IM4) f

Am50 t

I J" Green.Ith 1101.-....Stamps.4......-... I; f
/ 5IRLOINBONE l-lb. pkg. 59e I /
1 r OQOOOOOOooooooooooo:: (nilra. l Ocl 14 MM) r "

Boneless Round 50 FREE

,, J"/ Green, .. .Stamps. ,
i vii iu' CM A 4 wntia..1

_jgJ. down produce lane o your C FROZEN..I'/.Ib...1'.. .BREADED.t..pkg.0... .$1.09.SHRIMP. r1; I' I'I, :
choice 9 9 ; '.

CRISP EASTERN lb. !50mlrm5$ t

/ Green_ , Mi il..wr 4* A psl .

Sooo7oiiorttoooS; ;
Chuck Steak lb.59c I I.' !; I

!50mBr TEAm50

Pot Roast (bon,.in) lb. 59 W( Green \1
I MiU.ww ;f.'E psl .

4 bag lb. 3 9 C Gr'd Beef 3 Ibs $147 loooooooOOOOOOOQO)PIZZA HOUOWAY,..16. Ir/Nw:01" pkg" ..79c2lb. .... l !;' I' ..

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19c ;
. bag I

Tasty) Georgia Sw..rPotatoes
Ib. 13 c I \ TAMPA, PLANT CITY, ,
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Hord Gre.n '
; 1 1d
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12-TU GONDOLIER, V.nTc., Ft*. ",uts., Oct. 22, 1964
___ The People SpeakTo Sensing The News I

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"{''f:' i A Time For Lieason IB I

l The Editor an admittedly biased right-

), I Regarding "Non Ear Call wing publication which the THURMAN SENSING the people become robots ,
It Treason" by Stormer and anti-defamation league has < President, Southern States Industrial Council del the influence of emotion un.!
c Wee
its tremendous distribution in referred to as "an extremely !:zecutlve llsm. The world today Is

j'i i this area. rightist Washington newslet Nothing Is more importantthan psychologist Pavlov's llttl oi difficult choices and full.
i I 1 Pleas allow me to quote ter." that the American peo- dog who learned to com for erous situations America dam
!\ I NI portions of the Congressional ? In 12 Instances Stormer pie arrive at political de. dinner when a bell was rung the greatest nation on b
I II' Record of September 10, 1984*;.>ttes: as his authority books clslons on the basis of facts The aim, in short is to mak beating''Die heaviest earth,,
I "Since this book contains which comprise the John, rather than emotions. To be the American people respond bitty for deterring respon.\\:
/ 818 references supposedly Birch, Society ,packet "00* an election In' this- to the conditioned Teflex; to Ism. It cannot commllllo
1i L. substantiating the material dozen candles"In country invariably Involves a make them subject! to emo responsibility in this respJr

I ; I .... AaaoMata ..... .k aulaalnUr oaUUoa la aaa tar iaf op.blkur III .u pot 41.,_. a.dttd w contained therein it gives the at least 35 other Instances certain amount of hoopla. But tional appeals rather than to it cannot function effectively!
\ 1 1 t a r .hr.W a.dl.d Ie Pots pops ad a.. I. .I. wbil.h.d .baste AU Nhill III _..bU.'lo.t appearance of being the well.documented' Stormer has used as the trappings of a campaignand the appeals of reason. as a. nation if I
.... .... demagogy
i ; _lei 4..* r. r.r.A study which< it such documentation
his authority of But republican government to be
Tk MOT ..d boat. aa-vartlalaa., ..._. el ... anaaaaal .k wrrla-hto. and ft* NPuhHettlM, k a*. claims to be. Nothing could' the. "Dan rSmoot the personality a the rule within, If ems
t as of of frttddm. ** tionallsm Is
/ riaalr orblooaa anaM hO vrtttm _'..10.. candidate the elements our system to be the
,, be further from the truth. Report," the "National Education showmanship-should be definitely cannot continue to operate If characteristic of the chief'
B. Miami I Ara'". e. Program," the Bulletin nation.
H t h'I: : subordinated to the
I I! VoaMa Florida Stormer, page 29, para. of the John Birch society principle of the men seeking

I If f. !, I EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher graph 4: "In actual conduct "America's Future" and other public office. Venice Area Church Directory I IIT.
of the war, military decisionswere biased rlghtwing publications. In New York State the Senate
;; COURTNEY WILLIS ................................... Advertising Manager made, not according to Rob-
i campaign betweeen NATBANIFI'R: EPtSCOPAl: HOSTS MM
SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor the tactical needs of the day, Such publications can in ert F. Kennedy and Incumbent mourn cenarss rRARIAT'Igl

;'I ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent but for the long range political no sense, be" considered "au- Sen. Kenneth Keating has Tom lOU Won TOO .SaW, .LlrttkonMRw Omn" nRBT 111 PRRePYTRRIAN N, mr.r. RIM I lsmsca,
( advantage of the communist thoritative. They cannot do .
taken an unfortunate turn. Pea 0. MxtaB. Vlmr.fttindnT Ds firr.p,. J. ,
conspiracy (Rooseveltand much more than attest to the of Mr. Ken ....I... till ..11I. PnnM-I1 ; : W..MK.e; RInM'"
I I I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months. $2.75 Hopkins, Sherwood, P. fact that someone else In ned The,',managers campaign seem to be Hol data. Communion' I lit and Irl rut Ch:alit' h"Adn 4 'Im.h.._

I per three months 10 cents per copy Out of county, $6.2J per year, $4.25 690))." rightwing circles shares aiming at a power drive baaed Tout P.IKW.MP.'. Iko....., |,U
per us months, $3 per three months. Page 590 of Sherwood's Stormer's views Mr. vsvicf: !: DP'A. .GOnVest. Sunday Rlbla" Rturtr' Tilt eat
on pure emotionalism _. I ..,.. Choir haaraak, TuaadarVTlO:
... ,. .. ....._ M at ,
B '10. P Bola Gallwllla. Flat Asrl N. B PaaaratatiTCa. a.*
'I ,. Aroftlana >i>raM UU .ai r ... book contains nothing whatever In 69 instances, Stormer Kennedy apparently is en Rrr. Victor Muriel., r.."",, . .
Now N I Ga.1 DotroU .
York. I Atlanta. ....
Dumb rVhwIl soon
+ I 'S.I .----- _- to support this charge, gives as his authority "hear couraged not to debate the Hornlnl' Worahip lltOv ..!.. TRINITY IcETHODTsT'cnjROR
nor Is any mention made of ings" before conere.slon.1committees Issues but to act as might hest I.. Braes ftOO urn North w"M I.....
A' :: such a happening! .." and. in most in- one of the Beatles Wodmadar.. Pmror Mootlm. IiMVKNICCNOF.OMIS Wnmnlp. Rarvlr Port, Snndar Charlotta.
ee stances gives indication p. W CB. Pint ,mi'pV"
no as
This is a matter for New 0ff$.l.r, ....... Road toj.7.
Stormer 203 to Who is This is METHODISTCHURCH
page paragraph testifying Yorkers to of 1 .
settle course. am
I" Needed: More Like It 4: "If the U. S. proposals no documentaton at all since But the country has to be Pots. A_; .. A Pofnaottla EPISCOPAL. . .
I for control and testify with 'O''S81 MISSION
many persons opposing
concerned If hysteria gets In- lob rhona Jon.. Paator.Wonhlp At Srout Ho....
.' ,; : \ disarmament are accepted viewpoints and, in to national politics. And It Bmloxl. lilO -.. ..4 Patar.Madaoa. Vicar.
U. S military forces will be fact, this is the purpose of has to be recognized that an 11 a.mChnrrJi Sunday vtea.riBST. iOO : Wonhlp Sm
.. ....
I 'T1tefI miII Venice with Recently incorporated, It Is a com- N. To Schooli Pole .
.I h a industry In now transferred to the U. hearings. cite testimony hysterical element can be MothodUt Youth FoUonhlp, Ids

:I : a good start, a big potential and a bright munity project in the truest sense, with Peace Force, which is directed given at hearings as being found In our national life to pr.EMMANURL. N BAPTIST B....... Rl.d.CHURCH
bv the Undersecretaryfor somehow "authoritative" or"official" day. There is oft CHURCH The Bar. Charlra E. Cuthhrrtaw."
future. a board of directors made wholly of the -repeated ; LUTHERAN Mlalab4landav
I up political and security is unjustified. of "human righter"for 100 S Trail 48K4811Putor. .
Venice area businessmen and with Its council affairs who has always .e. cry Th. Ro. Charloi L Row *14S ..., Pai ilnai
The name's Leco Engineering and M*> example when a piece of OnirtB. Schoolt. till .-... Sunday SthooL
been Communist." In 65 instances Stormer .. Wonhlp B.,rlr$ *
\ stock almost wholly In the hands of area a legislation for WomMpi: 10:10 m.LAK.E8IDB
chin. Inc. which In tan than a hat comes up con S>4Spm, Tonnt Paopla Mart.
year No documentation cites the Congressional ..
( ) Rec- sideration. The is used LUTHERAN CHURCH ot .. Ooanl SorHra.
J I developed and darted manufacturing a people.The Stormer does not documentthis ord as his authority Stormer to divert cry attention 4 ml. Booth on US. 41 Wodnaidarl 1oe ,... YIp.M.
t publio Pit Rn M.t.i. H. Mow, 4SS4M4Wonhlp p.vr M.Ips
revolutionary new product in nationwide story behind this fledgling ventureis statement, although he often falls to identify the person from the real charactet of a I!........ lOiM era.

''demand stirring one. The story behind the certalnlv could have. Dozensof inserting these things Into. bill. An effort is made, under Sundiy Bole Cla School._. .0:11,11: ..m..... CHURCH OP TUB NAZARRNI
Y rlghtwlng organizations( the record. The CongressionalRecord the circumstances to sell the South Vanloa
i behind ,
man Leco is even more so. FIRST CHURCH or CHRIST Jury Eaat o( lunation. 41 sad til
: Leeo't ii have circulated! this myth contains all views and
i product a coin-operated news't legislation on the basis of an SCIENTIST Phonal aUMOOtBtindaa
} rack It already hat a big backlog In 1961 Lee Brewton sold his engineerIng and, by quoting each other opinions of all congressmen emotional appeal rather than WO "'., Vonlco A_... Srhoolt tiSS ...
f t I paper business In the Chicago area and have complied an extensivefile end much other material as logical analysis If the "liber .. Von'too Mom?..Wonhlpt' setae, a.m
I | of orders which far exceed ability condo II am.Bond. Youth .I... 1110 ....
I present of meaningless documentation well. The only thing official .
al" legislation of time r School. 11 err Evanlnr Sarvloat 1 ISO
came to Venice to retirement. H our p m.
Cpl enjoy Wodnoodor. S W........
about O.mRoullni Pam
to fill. In the Congressional the Congressional Record Maotlnt. t.11
were subjected to close log Room I It ..... to 4 pm. .....
1 \\I.! brought along a few fools to keep his Record of Mav 2, 1963. Senator is that It is a record of ical scrutiny it usually couldbe dally .meet audum and bolldara and
Newspaper in major cities of 40 states hand In, got to tinkering with the coin Thomas Knchel, Repub. everything that Roes on in established that what is FM., ...missnm 1 h ,. CATHOUC
\ developed it and is now back In prop. . .
Corer or Flald' and Davla.fUo NorA Harbor Drira and s._
3 I'']1 orders ere pouring In in growing volume, business There Is no Russian Colonel other material congressmen/ erty or personal rights, Edward Dlnklna.Sunriar r........... 488-8711. st
fulltime.All or General or military or choose to insert" which, in turn, in fact Srhooll. .. (US ...>. Bt ..,.. II.(.. Roarta W 0..1_
I which bespeaks the quality of the product of which civilian individual who meansa Konhlp ......., sites .... PaatorSunday
goes to prove the old la loss of human rights After M.Y.P.. Tilt WadnaadayBiM. Miatat. .W,...a .Sditdnltl
i! I and ih solid acceptance. saw about the builder of a better mouse. "Seoretarv of the United' Na To the average reader his fill, what are more basic $. hardy tilt r.m"; p m., Wrdn:"d.,_ ti8 ...... tiOO .... 50,50.>.

I I I j. ,' Through orderly expansion of Us 't.cili. trap. And ell it takes Is somebody with N.tions'Security or 'Secretary Council'of Let tha the U. documentation and few seems will take Impressive the human involving rights one's than the rights Poeaw SEVENTH Tra'. DAY' mi., ADVENTIST out o I Ru 41NokomU. Connailonal p.. sod TiBO Saturday ta StM., liM
property or Fie
!S I it ties, lace Is gearing itself to meet this en Idee. Venice could stand more of record be clear that there are time to discover for themselves one's freedom of association? PMtor 0,.... L Ganta.Swirlooi CALVARY tllJI'Olt"'IIDHUBeI!: :

i dtf 4j j' demand.f same. 19 undersecretaries of the Security that it cannot with. In a republic that Is presented Pray.r "Horvlcoji' b.turd.r t.So.,10 a m.-... .Tiio.dar. 50:40._ 14M OP'' VENICE North Banyan GARDENS Oslo
Council of which 13 stand the most Tha Kay .
1 even cursory as a mass democracy \'ENICL-NONOhtla PHEbBYTLRIAN truth J sham faiM.Bunoay
1 f : ''I dare filled by Americans or examination. having no built-in restraints, CHURCH School,Pill. aauHomlnc
: ItiM asCommnh
5 renresentatlves of our allies In summary, the sublect efforts Mlntouri Darld A .BowlaaS4t ., Hrmnilnai fay ..aLBT.
I always are under way Tha RlaHo, V iloa
: J i H i Where Nobody Votes and of which two are book Is, at best an incrediblypoor to stampede the people into TVIoonoaol 48S48IIBundit
Soviet bloc nations, None of of research and School i e,4I, ...>. RAPHAELS ROMAN CA1HOUO
'" job some particular form of action Wonhlp ....I... Snndarl Sl,.0 ...... CHURCH OF ENGLEWOOD
I I I1t them has anything to do with documentation, and, at worst, This is as old as the Pallowdilp. Hall: It ..- CardanBanctuiry .*... William P Haifa, PattorWarkday
\ An article entitled "Nobody Vote In mixed the command of any !Joint U a deliberate hoax: and a history of republican | | : r M_ t:40 ....
In election crookedness before govern Sunday Maw, T ID and 10 W
up any SAINT MARK EPISCOPAL : saC.ntwlos
:\1t My Town" which N military operations There fraud. This conclusion has ments. In ancient Rome for CHURCH Saturday. 4 lo u 0..
appeared recently In a he went to prison, but he considers Is I world force ,
1 f no police In been reached without giving example: Catallne the Rlvlm-a at SorrantoTha
( trade publication tells of a place In that he sold his vote lust the Some-by the U. N. and of course no anv consideration whatsoeverto conspirator who promotedthe .... punts 0.... Pattaraoa.Roelor CONGREGATIONALCHRISTIANCVANbLLlCAL UNITED: : CHURCH OP CHKIaT

I I' Southern Michigan where not a single having other things to do election Soviet national ever gave". those things which Stormer street demonstrations of>.1.' SanhaaT AND REFORMED)
on day Gen. T ... aaeramoiit of Holr .... ,, .
'. Douglas MacArthur any presents as a matter of his that day, endeavored The ft Rohan Chaak 'It.D.
I t .oJ.J one of the 4,700 residents will be going end not to Stampede CommunionItOD Mlaialar
., I being willing to tale time to go orders own opinion or that of others the crowds Into over a.av, ramllr I$ Sarrloa (HolrCommunion ._.... bola laid tanporarllr .a
to the polls to vote Nov. 3. Some of to the polls. Documentation Matters of that kind must turning the considered ; at tlila aarvioa fta, tha.aorond she Vanloa, Gar_ Raenatloa. c...
judgment i .... .
/ r them used to go to the polls, though. In 32 instances Stormeruses rroperlv. be left to partisan of the Roman Senate 4Ad: ssa:ad-I', : : = adetymon M 11 School Munajtra.Church with auaaai for election thousands and thousands his Hole CoIII..I. so
", One, for Instance, went there to pick Every as" "Human debate. Today, we have In the aund. In a. m.lbl. ana aaon>.l 50..duN. alaak .H4S.Ir.dam .
Th'.S 'm :
Events This publication )is Russell C. Jordan Jr.r'10iEt .: r Holy Communhm U Raonatk Caalor Adult
pockets. Another went there to vote for of eligible voters right here in White House a power for organizing will 1M ..!ell...... 5,0,5'. .d Holy at homa H Caot sod Mra. IUrajH >
....... 4 H. Knia-ht IM Shamrock SI'd
Hamilton County "sell" their right to stampedes that never Dq at 10:00 am doll" tho .
Vonioa Cardona.riSun
the corrupt candidates his gambling syndicate before existed in this coun SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST

; ordered him to vote for. Another vote the same way, simply by not exercising try. Under recent management Bam Dr A MISSION OU Emkwood R4. BAPTIST CHURCH
it. Before Nov. 3 they might consider E the White House has The .... Arthur M Bplllar. or VENICE
used to vote a dozen times In the same Wonhlp Harriott lliOt .. Idum .. Lloyd PaitorSunday
I i this observation from a man who would specialized in obtaining consent Bunit.r "Bchooli.. *|4S a.mCHRISTIAN .- .Chat It sad a.M.Wonhlp .
election for $5 per ballot. 11 through the use of a FIRST CHURCH ........., IIIM, ....
I But give anything now for the voting privi- giant engine of ,Tlhlpl." III (0.1. ,,...... u._, few of the
a people residing In POLE publicity. If . Tampa. . B..t ,..... A.,. 1a f.m.Wadnaulay
this place-which, Incidentally, happens leg he once had: "Like many other sheer there Is a tropical storm or Pallor Dto R... ether natural Wonhlp. K a.m.Bandar as.THE
blessings In America's full.fashioned freedom disaster, the
to be Southern School. 0 ilS
Michigan Prison would -
man charge in Washington MOKOMIS BAPTIST cHArghPan.
like. to cart en honest vote but can't. the privilege of voting is never By MARK ANDREW STIRES runs off to be photographed FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH; Trail
I OF O8PREYTimlaml (Tmporary II..... PlaotSaranth
One is the author of the article, a man completely appreciated until it Is lost. I'm your new reporter for Signals," the school newspaper in the area so as to stir the Trail Day Adrantlat Church)
.... .. ,
emotion of thankfulness, and The Edward 0. Paotor8uadw Ttha Boy. Joha bill. Inlarlai faiurSuaday
I the Venice; Junior High School were sold on the _
named Pete who Tenn. 8or.1 lroa Sarvlom
Simer is -Chattanooga
: 12 tr ,
serving thereby gain votes. The basic ...
and Sunday School
hope to bring you all the pus Thursday and Friday fora : 0:41: a.mMornlni Sunday School hOC: -
;/3 j 14 years for check fraud. H* wasn'tI News.Free Press news from the junior high nickel. The Newspaper Club effort Is to pull at the heartstrings Tralnlni Wonhlp Union ass, II .p...... Training MoralnaWoranlpt. Uawaji .M 11 .rm.Pvanlnp ....
\ campus, to the best of my charge of the of the people to Evoalnt. Wonhlpi TilO pr-. ; w.-.., TiS pm.Mldwaak .
publication:: :rA'tt: : manipulate IIld..k PraroMoMlnti Praror Maatlnflf .
ability. All Junior high students them like the
several (acuity TtIO pas. Wodnaidar. SO p... .
are urged to give me members as advisors
II i ;j i Thank You Doctor any news which I could use More information on the news

, in future Totem Pole col. bulletin will be given in next
umna. I am in the ninth grade week's Totem Pole. .
: I I I1 Maybe! the world ought to take e lit.I upheavals! but Dr. Bean kopt his eye on and can be contacted after -0- --

I t'j tie time off and appraise itself of what his thumb nails. He discovered that his school 2790. hours by phoning 438- Physical! Fitness Tests were

I.. Dr. William A. Bean has been doing. nails grew about the same in summer as -0- given to all physical education .'"

.. Thanks to e release sent down from in winter. He traveled Annuals were ordered by students last week by e
l' : I I press to foreign countries Coaches Ralph Winsett and

I I I .Y,. I The Johns Hopkins University, The Advertiser switched diets, sometimes exercisedand $2 the before students classes.last The week yearbooks for. Dick Brown The nationwidetests

: ;, ;j 'is ....M1ndlu, that Dr, Been sometimes didn't but always the will contain picturesand record how physically
"itudiod the of his thumbnails names of all the students, fit each junior high student is
growth thumb nails
I own grew Dr. Bean knows more The tests
"1 teachers and clubs. are given twice a
I } ; for more than 20 years end his records about thumb nails than anybody else In - year.

!d i indicate that with advancing age the world. The Pep Club, Honor Society . -0-

his thumb nails slowed down." and the Commercial Art The English classes taught I I I
I t V i growth Perhaps the darkest days of his career ,
have been :
Club meeting regularly by Mr. Ward Wright have
rt .: '"r.I 4 ''I Starling in 1942, Dr. Bean would file came In 1950 when Dr. Bean got t bad after school with several been discussing capital pun- = r

t' i I' little groove et the bate of the nail case of the mumps and his! beloved nails other clubs. ishment and juvenile problems I \

I\.1 I and watch it grow outward. In those days stopped But - The group discussion ,
I growing temporarily they
I The first editions of "Smoke will be continued this week.
i H took 117 days. The suspense must have grew again, they grow today end, faith,

I I I been unbearable. Today It takes Dr. they will grow tomorrow. I- l UiBb YOURHOMEOWNING' e
I i + : Beans dreggy old thumb sails I3J days Thank you, Dr, Bean Thank you and
? + tJ JII 1 I to grow out. thumbs up. the ,j best recipe for folks

I : ;91 I In the last 20 years, there have been Montgomery, Ala.

\ .l two or three wan and Indescribable social Adv.rtiser.IlItllft newly moved to PLANS !

I. a I \

)) III I I! From Yardsticks To Miles Venice tk. = Brmonra NIWHOTJSI?Buying .

: et Take one phone call (or coupon below), an existing one? We have '

add hostess with baskets of gifts and the financing! that will nail

; I Though down on the farm the Government But wouldn't such a Federally financed Information about the city, stir In jenu- down your plan. Cost? Low. '

Ai I Is already deep In the food business, food co-op be In direct competition with Ins hospitality, and you'll have i gen i'f' '. Terms? Convenient.How can

I tj I It Is being offered a scheme for vastly existing retail food .stores Well, yes. But erous phone and delightful welcome. Just ':': .:: you tell? Easy! GIve us a call'", '., \

I enlarging its activities In this ..r.a.Ii the farm-labor coop says Mr. Patton, *,' and see! ..'*,*':1''I

I The idea comes from James G. Patron, would serve as a yardstick for measuringfair t : .

National Farmers Union president In a prices. This yardstick reference has a Web e'' agon -- :;." ... ".

Ii.1 I talk to the International Association of familiar ring: wasn't that one of the reasons j '
Machinists et Miami the other day, Mr. advanced for creation of the Tennessee ,rat ona8 .-- A' t

( 'i iI II Patton outlined plans for a new, giantfarmerlabor Valley Authority!>> -that TVA would PHONE eisoe

,'I food cooperative. The co-op provide a measuring stick for private

would not only produce end process food, power's performance? WELCOME NEWCOMERS! '

:,[lj I but also retail it. Considering how fir TVA somehow has Use this coupon to let .us, .know you're here : ST ;Veen omaa.r,room rAtr.a I4a

'l 1 To be sure, to get such a system going outgrown that. early concept, there fuMr

'J oar a national scale would require sub- shouldn't be much doubt about the future ADDRESS. EpEFIRST64Z1

t, .stential And where would the of Federal
4'i capital. any venture Into the businessof Silt___

'fJ J financing come from Why, Mr. Fatten peddling produce. For It Is t rare D Plus hive the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me

I :, says, from the Government. Credit could governmental agency Indeed which once O I would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER

': I made available through an agency patterned handed a yardstick can't easily stretch It O I already' subscribe to the \

f / I'' after the Rural Electrification Ad Into s mil. L Fill out coupon and mall to Circulation Dept, GONDOLIER
"Out thlrliuth,, / .
1v. r : I ministration -Wall Street Journal. onn/Vtriory year" _

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", rTftwood


[" Seoufs Sunday Fish Fry till The GONDOLIER Venice, Fla Thun., Oct. 22, 1964-13 ,Id I

for Camporee Slated By UVFDNOKOMISTh. C of C Board Is Increased


L and four 28 adult will leave lead. Fire Department. Union Volunteer and- *wjel11 To Fifteen MembersDirectors thru Saturday ''j

U I Troop Auxiliary will '
sponsor a fish '
,t I:30 s.m Friday tor house \\ VENICESR.HIGH SCHOOL : of the Venice the elected board. Double Feature I '\ 'i
Spring to attend the Sundayato aiseefunds t Area Chamber of Commerce The VACC membership will Dean Martin and H \
Allen Camporee. for additional hose and firefighting i \, HOME OF THEVENICE has approved a proposal to vote on the proposal at the Jerry Lewic I '..1
contingent equipment. I l Increase the number of seats same time ballot. are cast for In I ',w
Englewood!: Lee Walker, asli Ticket will be $1 for adults on the board from nine to 12 the three vacancies on the "THE CADDY""YOU'RE I 'J
nclude Sown Don Lend and 50 cents for children un. : by amending the bylaws.The board at the end of the year. and "
Mike der
12 years. Beginning at A committeewas i t
and Scouts proposal will be presented nominating
Bill noon, serving will II uYOUNG"
continue to the general membership named by President
III, Tom Hyde, ,
BIN until I p.m. for the Rohlwlng to select candidatesfor ,
L approval on
Jim Padovano, '
Walker Ronnie Rich- The bazaar will feature all 1tNDIANs annual ballot in December three-year term. on the I :
new Items handmade board. to the Drive-In ,I I
Pelloph, Gary by when three new directors will Appointed nominating Tropical
Mike member of the ,
Auxiliary + be elected. committee were Directors
ker and Larry Spargur ifd7cLua, Directors whose three-year Earle L. Kilton, Today thru Saturday J
re than 4,000 Boy Scouts Cleveland, an Iron-ore shipping terms expire this year are chairman; Harry Baby, Jack Lemmonin I
the southeastern United port and one of the na.tlon' E. J. Ewing, Richard Fletch Ralph Wolfer and Frank i II !
will attend the Saturnd great industrial cen- rql"" r t tA er and Harvey Rohlwlng. Sovereign. "GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM" 0 '
Sunday camporee at tore, has a population with Fletcher resigned as a director The board, at Its meeting and I I
deli known attraction some 45 different national several weeks ago when Monday afternoon, also authorized "UNDER THE YUM YUMTREE" I
Ocala origins.INTEGRITY he was transferred to Tampaby Executive DirectorC. I
General Telephone Company A (Nick) Keller to sign a I j t I
contract with Manncraft Exhibitor end "
The bylaw change will allow Service of Tampa to "THE NOTORIOUS ,
the regular ninememberboard furnish booths and facilities LANDLADY"OOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOCOOOQg I III
FAIRNESS .. to appoint three direc- for the second annual Home II I
swk .. .'
:: : ; )1
:: ;
DIGNITY 1 ; tors-at-large to serve for one. I Show at the Ringling Circus
INDIAN SIGN-N.w welcome sign at the alto free of charge, by Aunt Fire Chief year terms. The proposal was Arena In February. ,
entrance to the Venice High School campus Gordon Struble. Working at erecting the : made that by the Ewing who suggested ; If

has been erected by the VHS Key Club asa sign are five Key Clubbers (from left) Terry I represent outlying appointees areas could or

HON service project to the school The sign Green, Gordon Struble, Buck Wade, Max tome segment of the membership RE-ELECT jf
was constructed free of charge''for the clubby Howard and Dennie Fleming, club president.Servcemen's I not represented on Y I'

I Earl Lamb Construction Co. and painted, MASEL C I;

EST'' Knauff Given >

I Bridge HUSTONDemocratic ;
Y News! Safety AwardRanger .

IMPARTIALITY Scores Candidate {

EFFICIENCY Four South County servicemen AFB, Texas. C. L. (Pete) Knauff For r( I I
of Venezia fire tower has
have received promotions Airman Scott 1s being assigned
Bridge Studio, Oct. 12,
COURTESY or completed training In to a unit at Irakllon 1:00: p.m. been presented a safety award Sarasota CountyCommissioner i ,i
various branches of the arm. AS, Crete which supports the 1 Mrs. Clare Carlson and by the Florida Foresty i
KEEP JOHN T.GRAHAM. ed forces across the country. U. S. Air Forces in Europe -Col. Vincent Dixon, 4514. Service for 13 years of driving I ; ,

Technical Sergeant IveyT. mission of providing the major 2-Mrs. R. N. Gould and Mrs without a traffic accident. District 5 t i
Gallagher, whose wife, Shir- air contribution for defense J. J. Nealon 43V4. Knauff was one of 12 in the
leen, is the daughter of Mr. of the NATO countries. S-Mrs. J. H. Morris and service's South Central dis- J y f
and Mrs V. S. Jessup of 100 The airman, a graduate of Mrs. James G Kalec, 42. trict covering eight counties SERVING ALL THE CITIZENS AND
R The Esplanade, Venice, has LaSaUe Senior High School, 4-5-Mrs. D. A. Hathawayand who represented an aggre- i
E graduated from the U. S. Air Niagara Falls, N. Y., attended Mrs C. C. Gardner, gate of 107 years and 2,191- TAXPAYERS OF SARASOTA COUNTY

E ., Force Senior Noncommissioned Niagara. University. . 38'5. 000 miles of safe driving rPS.

P P dale Officer AFB,Academy La. at Barks. I -I5-Mr.. J. L. Cornwell and If I am unable to talk to you /i. person i
U who Myron Schoenfeld, 38V4. I WATCH FOR THE tefort November 3rd, it It because I am ,
U Sergeant Gallagher, received '
advanced leadershipand Bridge Studio, Oct. 12 bury serving you as your County Commix l I
B B management training, is 7:30: p.m. "BIGS" closer/
1 I. LI a ]jet engine maintenance 1-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and MCH '
technician with a StrategicAir Mrs. Emmy Reilley, 641,3. Paid Political Ad .
I I IC Command (SAC) unit at :-Mr.. J. H. Morris and AT VSC .

C Offutt AFB, Neb. His squadron Mrs J J. Nealon, 60V4 _____ t\t tr
3 Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and ',
supports the SAC mission WlII 'IR: lllllliaII.!': __ n -
A r A of keeping the nation's intercontinental Mrs. Corey Graff, 57.
missiles and jet 4-Mrs. W. H. Namack and
N N bombers on constant alert. Mrs. James G. Kalec, 61

SARASOTA COUNTYJUDGE He Is a veteran of World Bridge Studio, Oct. 13 TV SPECIALS 'I
War II and the Korean Con 1 7:30: p.m. # ;
flict. I-Mrs. Eleanor Sclacchltano 3 1
. . { I and Mrs May Bargas 83. I It
Airman Third Class JohnT. 2-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and Mrs.
Ki It Sarasota County Judge John Graham, Repubin Scott, son of Mr and Mrs. Louis J. Unertle, 59
Nominee for Re-Election, earnestly soliciting your M. D. Scott of 300 Center Rd., I 3-R. V. Handley and N. K. t
Venice Gardens, has completed i Patton, 58tt
November 3rd.
t. and tupport; a special U. S. Air Force 4-Mrs. C. R. Phillips and A.
Ai County Judge, I adminitttr three courts: The for communications '
course G. Campbell, 474. It's Time Now ForCOLOR
Airman L. Caudle, -
inly Judge Court, the County Court, and the Juve- technicians at Goodfellow ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woman's Club Oct. 15
I. Court. During tenure of office each of thesew
E. L. Caudle of 301 Ponce de
courts hat been administered with dignity and Leon, Venice, has completed I-Mrs. Elgin Morison p.m. and 0
imps, In an impartial, efficient manner; 16 Improve- : the first phase of his Air Mrs T, B. Richardson, I
en" have been made hi these courts during the past Force basic military trainingat 60''.
G-E Color is at its best and .1
J yeare. Lackland AFB, Texas. 2-Mrs. C.'C. Gardner and ,
Improvements to the County Court I Includes a change Airmen Caudle has been selected Mrs. D. A. Hathaway 58 now more than ever, you con '::1

three .4-week trial terms per year to one trial week for technical training 3-Mrs. L. V. Pittman and enjoy Color TV with all the L
ch month this expedites trials by cutting In half thee NEW LAVATORY FAUCET as a supply specialist at the Mrs. J. L. Cornwell 52 '
Air Training Command R. and Mrs. Color the air ,
reduced 4-Mrs N. Gould Programs now on
between trial have Handle/
arraignment we Only One
(ATC) school at Amarillo J. J. Nealon, 51. ;t
n 19'.; cleared a backlog of ISO case from thehat AFB, Texas His new unit is
f, and we allow pleas by mail for minor traffic part of the vast ATC system Brdlge Studio, Oct. 18 1 1'r
olatiom, eliminating loss of time from work. which trains airmen and officers 1:00 p.m. MODEL
In the diverse skills required 1-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Carl
May I sincerely thank each of you for your past supwt SHOWN 3999T5 M921
Hauerbach, 65Vi.
I by the nation's aerospace
and assistance, and urge you to vote for, and sup- force. 2-Mrs Fred Bridges and J.
', John Graham for re-election to the office of Sara The airman is a graduateof K. Hill, 59H ,
ta County Judge Tuesday, November 3rd. Venice High School. 3-4Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and

RE-ELECT JOHN T. Jackie E.. Efaw. whose. wife 3-4-Mrs.Mrs Corle. May Graff Bargas, 58.and W. BIG 23 IN. ''t'

Patricia, lives on Route 2, H. Tomlinson, 56 IftJl: > : ,. ;.t:.tM
GRAHAMSARASOTA Nokomis, has been promotedto Studio, ,, < > .
specialist four at

COUNTYJUDGE PLUMBING CO. Hood member, Texas of the where lat Armored he is a 1-Finals 290902 Mrs. Louis of 7 Weeks J. Unertle Series, <, f: I o 11 LO-BOY TV ,t. .

Division. ,
Harbor Lights On The Trail Specialist Efaw, a squad 2-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern) w, .u .'!7 Fine Wood Cabinet 'I )
279946 ., ..' l
RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS leader Battalion In In Company the division's C, 5th 6th 3-Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson, . :;J: Lighted Channel Window f! ,, 'I I
Paid Political Ad. PHONE 488.4450 Infantry, entered the Army 4-Mrs.274959.H. S. Pratt, 273917. -._ (,' All 82 Channels ; \ I
in July, 1963 and .
A I Inrne Front .
-- basic training at Fort Gor- Venice Contract Bridge Club Speaker t '
don, Ga. Oct. 18, 7:30 pm. j I IntA73.
The 24-year-old soldier, son NORTH-SOUTH
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E I-Miss Ethel Morlson and
KEEP Etphaw, Coburn, W. Va., at- Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 754. $19995 )
tended Pine Grove W. Va.) 2-Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gould, .
a High School. 75.
i t E. S. "BILL" 3-Mrs. James G. Kalec and
According a State Myron Schoenfeld, 73''. ".
+ Board of Conservation, the EAST-WEST o 16 IN. PORTABLE : I
RAYMONDG.O mullet, also called Lisa, is 1-Miss Lucy Journeay and ',
t the Florida salt water fish Al Journeay Jr., 71. I'
n caught in greatest numbers. 2-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and N. A De Sears Feature Value! ,.
G.O.P, Now being canned, it compares K. Patton, 70 ":; '
favorably with salmonin 3-Mrs. T. B. Richardson and I Weighs only i

JUSTICE of the PEACE flavor and quality. Mrs. Elgin Morison, 62 Vi. All 33 Channel Pounds $ 11995c 'I 11 I r

NOW ONLY 6 ' ; .

\1 llltiJI'1)1O: '
employ, tn -----------.S. .<
i.ndl: had a men tn your goodob.\ FREE ROLL-
Ifwee the bornonesty and Iou men wee doing a.. .... )lob, -- - ABOUT STAND "r ; ;j I'
exp.rien sduties web 'artable ;1 II
s important position.n_.h to be to ,..ton" ;A t. TY Pash.se0 I
eery. .u .long dnurit and. wan on theob\ 'I
his" "" h.bib yand such a more : ;
ud p lied )
m.n'of Hm teb and ie
was a the utting' + ..w moO ? NEW 19" PORTABLE
., If yoU were well qualified
wouldplace try day,..,r.r. him' .... ax Kience end lIot an .." bud. ,
with I.en were + Handy top controls : I
man tl 11 :
.1' a woulde' Hot : .
yo' All Channel UHF.
Of cause and. Eo S.ill" "
n... m'"' are 1M" lOSS ItronCJlyUl'Ce VHFreceptlan /6 ; ,
and. you and 'We $12995
Wall ;;. .to you employ, b'l t your New transistor ,.
we diubmlt MAN tn your with you! ri '
contr.ct "
", Ileymond'. of tile Pllte.W. tuner I '
Bill Bm as Justice us for Insured Savings Accounts. t
yo"Nove.s55bC to r..lect, its. .n.lra( ind '" Modal PAM 203 YES ifi:t '
vote on Bill h.s conductei County ''n' or for Gold Seal Home Financing /

submit to you of filet the peace office r..pect In South SO .5..'Siltto DE i, "
of the Justlc. dignity .nd 1. s '
manes hat commendsshe 91T' urge .you to support ttlI SARASOTAPg@gK 'f. l i I' 'Gt <
h. Peace
s court of Justice" oftRaymond 1n'; ,
,.iO'" him as Novembe 3rd [ [ [ [ [b i I t;'
hy Your County on Lit] h hOpen <
District No. 2, 710 \
savings and loan association I .
n't", + I '.
\ DOWNTOWN SOUTH CM XMCtvuMniinuT Tilt J,' v
a iiiuxww" rerawar nm WMIM s,
-VOTE "; "
Poliliul' l''' .
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.GONDOLIER. Yemen Mat TW, Oc4,2Z,19q
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'- >
> :":: = = -
Unit 0. Yo f Joke With$5 or Mm Odor POPULAR BRANDS Of I SUPDIIAND I Canph.fl9Tom.".

Coffee CigarellesSAVE Ice e.-eam SOUP van Camp'Pork":t.'

I'. BEAuai.d : YOUR 10 C
flc 20c Phi.. SAYE 26c lilt II''lter "av CHOICE
t Astor 49 C 0..:I $2.59 $2.63 Half 41c JELLO Suwann..Cut 0.-..::."

,: :: I LIb Ge 1.SlUonI..C. Gallon BEANS =
: LJ!' -

, i :: i p,ccNr
HI t fIt

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,I ::!I .r: Today, the average f fal spends ONLY Play"OI'iTlVI 19"I

i 19c for food, out of each! after tax dollar,

I I "kaI1JLJLI: ; according to Government figures. 15 years
: : d-rs-A-B argaln Game
;i J ;; ' oti e ago, food took 26c: out of each dollar. .
a f; xcruE tOO 734 CASH PRIZES
; I ;
I T. M Coo TW -OWf ir Gds At DIll GIll l11I.

'i P : .....EPhcdre Oct 22 tin 24l' .- _u__"""'_...u.u.----' .=.=__.... ...." ,;M > .._... .:w.N__ ". .....",..... '.._
1 ? "' i

1 j ; H ONLY ,

L .!! I i i t Ou.HtT 1IoIb Rosorva "Spook e .i I 22c 49C539c t

fi I SAVE 4. 10 OZ.METRACAl or I OL SEGO '"
Stock U> WHiTbw $100 Be
Ia.LPks.20E flpricotsS BobyFood
I I . . Favorftoi r,.. (
,s t Om Cart SoltctiM .

i t.',> Arrow SAVE tOe WHITE Bleach U t T. 19c Halloween Candy Mixes 3u;::.$100 Butter . 24 Jar. lit*

: SAVE 35<-DEEP SOUTH Crop Jam PAppU or P.ach

I FREE 100 Extra
,i ,. i SAVE 20; THRIFTY MAID T.I*P.Iu
I2 Value Towels 3 11.R5Uc'eb: $looSAYI
Powdered Milk gtoM 59c Top Stamps BeerTOP

1.- With!! Purchase of $1 or More 17< ASSORTED COLORS KLEENEX FACIAL
Candy Your Choke, VALUE 30tioiw
Tissue . 6 $1 IOO

t ''t I' Sseded Rolls 12'**. 19c I I TO LYAJ !!. A lpsWithPurchaMof .
12 oz, Cans Grits 5 Aft.: 39'
DIXIE DA1LIN3! ANGEL 4 Thry'n Yw .
Food Cake. 1201.She 35c .$1 v I.or,V Mora.M TW.CaaaTC CM.MAT ,.... SAVE 2 i-VEST.ORMEATVARIETYCAMPEHIS
Bread. . 2 1001..u w 29c Soup . 7 WI1tSeru: $100
VY-I MANI IT. S. tt.k, Juar, tutpHCK fR SH MI: T5


I i Roast



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\ 89 Pound 8ge t

'c _ _
!:; """ .>m_ ....." ...". w"1.1.-. TNRDTT MAID

: I .. ., Boneless ".
I [L !'" i nlL :';rA':6i: :'>.1!' ";I l'i'BI' .!III .

-W-D Brand-- WDBRAND Beef Stew . 595*
Tomatoes' W.I.., :JSl39Cw : leaner Fresher PINKY PK
,M VaM Tkr Off"14 Ground Sliced 49c,
WN ,IAIfWIK, Mfl Bacon *

i ; Apples . 2 U-BH 39c Apples . 5 u.<*< 49c Platinum Band.d Four,D Slnt lux.H.avy Bottom 3dh, Pork Loin Roast . 49'TUMBLER

j ''j 1 I' i Cabbage . . 7c Lettuce. . 2 '. 29c 6 tKloo Turkey Parts'*'''49c lreaat..69c
''I! ;: i Onions 5 39c Cauliflower Ea 29e OLD FASHION MILDCheddar 45c
> . u-ii . Picnics 6 Ko ft.
.l3tA._ IDn: 1 1I' Cheese .. 59' COPEIAND'S ,


i _, Sharp Cheese . -57' TARNW
I' + I ( MORTON !FROZEN iltll11! ;MEATDinners!" 1r WISCONSIN Sliced Bologna 120..Ilk.. 45'
Muenster Cheese 69'CRACKIN Skinless Wieners 12..P's. 31'
Each r
'? White .. 33'EXTRA.
. < Be Bacon -. .

B Nt1- --
; J.rgon'tT ; DOMIHO .... ....
Ledoe 59c .
T. :;: 5104 52495259c.
iscmN. :
French Fries 21bs. 39jI .v....n." .e.24 .,.. Oprott.
t : Juice 4 6...C Sge c. vas fl"".0. INAT _villa 1M" 0"
t Ii I



Ue GONDOLIER Ven'e FT.. TTiurt.. Ocl n 1 <- IS ,
Misc. For Sole Instruction

8-cu. ft., in good lessons for '
condition. Phone 488- 509. TO CREDITORS'
and advanced by qualified Candidates
___ 14-CU.: FT. G.E. UPRIGHT teachers. Call 488-1497 1214 SONS HAVINU CLAIMS OR OK.MANDS :. '

FREEZER excellent condition Mango Ave, Venice AGAINST SAID UTATII"oe Candidates for county office i I

CLASSIFIED ADS Houses $125. Phone 48B- 681. art hanky notified and ro. ,
For Sale RentalsROOM Situations Wanted gvilnd. t* fit sue, olalm or domand in the Nov. 3 election
lob.b hay axalwt too Ho.tato .
'o mar
CASH RATES 3-FT REFRIGERATOR good LegalNOTICE of Ttoh,... H Trainer, DocMMd, have been Invited to speak at I
2 BEDROOM, Florida room. FOR RENT Reasoh BOOKKEEPING at horn or condition. $40.00, Phon 488- :b': ft Bara-ul 'County Florida InCourt
carport .10.0 ,,f Ho.. JOHN 5. GRAHAM. the meeting of Sarasota Count
utility room. Landscaped able. Call 488.1872. your office. -23 yean ex 3912. : Of INTBNTIOM TO 800a00nt. County. lu'... I. tho Gooses
12-Word MinimumONE ready for occupancy perlence. Write Box 2, Laurel UtQlSTkH UNDER: FICTITIOUS Homo at ............. Florida.. within .' ' ty Council of Neighborhood
South Venice, $8.500. Phone 2 BEDROOM HOUSE ,furnished RIDING MOWER Kitchen NAME STATUTE .1 bs ......d.. month, from u.. data Associations tomorrow. i
and Nolle. 4i tmb? sir.l o th.t DM sa. of tho tint publication of thU.. Nolle. .
set household
INSERTION 488-6707. Laurel. Florida Help Wanted goods 11.100.01. ,lnc to i ose< l> kwlth Kaek at., !. or demand mnit bo Inwrltlni. Each candidate will be given :
room. $70 monthly. No Phone 488-8689. 0 sod.r flelltlWALKERS .,. , of In duplloaUl atatoth ,
8c Per Word FOR children. pets or !: M 1171 South pIsa ot: Mldmot. : and =::1 off Cr. five minutes. The meeting : '
SALE ON WATER. 488-3916 ALL-ROUND KITCHEN help, : VmU. Florid.. Intend! toMtUUr ...... of tho Claimant I ahall I I.worn M will be in the community I'
House Tri-County Equipment Co tin. will s-. wllk Un Cl.rko Isbyth.Cbob.osoIhb.seota. 4
deep canal off 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT male. No cooking. Apply In too Clrealt Court to mat tar ...- bbs attorney I ...11 bo aooompanUd br room of First Federal and ,,1
AND THURSDAY Blackburn Bay. 2 bedrooms. Partly furnished person Gulf Restaurant 220( BELL RD. SARASOTA. FLA. USA Ooanty, Florida. S II.:71 Hint too, sod anr aluh olalmor Savings South Gale office 1'1't t
SUNDAY C.B. Large lot, private dock Retired Miami AVI.WANTED wit_ m, hud ...< offM.I M! I drmand not ao fllrd .nail bo void.:.: .
Reasonable. Phone people preferred Bay Point 955-5705 !JIlt Silk. dw of SeptunlMr. 1.... Th. flllnf 1_ mar bo added to th. Sarasota at 8 p.m. A
70c Each 488-2464. Tn/i/ / / amount of .I.t.,, and olalm form be''
specials .
Subdivision Nokomls Phone AT ONCE Raw wee on WALKER: may bo obtelnod Iron tho Ooualo The county CONA will
DREAM HOME do it yourself 488-1110 leigh Dealer in Charlotte Graven Lubrication Line PuUhkl Oet S.5005 II II Erlebon t>. 1114.IM .(11oo11) I...... offloa, host to the quarterly meeting

Se Each Addition.! Word bargain bonus 2 BR I Dor. llnfirnlihod, a. ..... Pm_. County or VenIce. Write Raw S.HARRY Es.eota A.,YARCIRR.Dr .5 0........10 of the state organization Sunday I(,

--- l%' Bath large LR central v......, I B',. ..'...I.b..l. .... leigh Dept. FAD 8633 Memphis Autos For Sale IN AND TIlE COUNT FOR SARAsoTA jurors COUNTY COURT, ., TO,0........ H. at the Sarasota Terrace j
Ownor. LOU JACOBS. 'or A"1t AII-ca. t,... lit ..1..1.III heat southern Colonial Just Term. FLORIDA. IN PKOBATBIN Harnr A. y....,, I
.Isa .ha... ., II 51.55AI0I,1.555U05 East of Church of ..azartne. 4 ROOM DUPLEX 2 bed. '55 CHEVY PANEL TRUCK. RE ESTATE or Bo. 101Vonlo 10 a m. and continue to 5 p.m. ,
000IStOS0f .. _
'j ..oh Inoortlor torroaftorleo ; South of Venice on Hwy 41 rooms, .crtened.ln porch. teachers rieded sell or trade. Call 488-2832 D--.d. TRFSHKR.Probate. "1. N... PublUhl 0.., .. .. IS. It 1114 .. MIAMI "
Training AP Dr. MelvlnLevlnson
Chun of U MUM H and Seaboard Ave. Best offer Seasonal. : ) -
I .it: ; u.s < *. Gondollor P. O Roberts Bay Drive, available. Apply! 1233 Gulf C.U 5. "I
1957 OLDS Convert. Accidentin thief work.
says a
.... ll. over $4,800.00 takes Call (24 Nokomis Phone
". .' l> m> to alaHlfloda. 488.1333. Ch_ N.. INTI '
$581 Sarasota. stream Ave., Saraaota. family must sacrifice. log his area believes in being "j"

ON THE BEACH at Casey 1185 or best offer. 488-8162 RtPOatT Or CONDITION Of. THE safe.For '

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY TAKE OVER' Mortgage pay. Key 1 and '2 bedroom: I LICENSED REAL ESTATE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or VENICE the second time in recent ,

Edition Inch ,$3.OC menu. No down. apartment. Seasonal $1,000 people ,needed. Kathleen Used Trucks months the seat belts '.
On. p.r money I .. ..... (
of VsI.
tho .t PIa"'a. ..
Wilkinson .t tho .55. at 0.01.
Both Editions pit Inch. .$3.50 Screened.ln porch 3 bedrooms and 1200. Call Don Heath teaches We .pon.on P.bltolood I. .._... to .InI .... by. (.........11., .1 c.._I..,.IN".. have been stolen from Levin-
2 baths. Located in 488-2151 or 488-8688. or hire. Enroll now for '82 INTERNATIONAL R-185 .... 1l00t1. 1111. V. 8. ........ 50.551.5.. I son's car. !
next class at John E. Me tractor. New tires & Paint. ;
Venice East. Use for home or
LINER ADS it will 1 & 2 BEDROOM houses nice. S. Tamt Perfect. $3595 West Coast
make a terrific investment ly: furnished. distance 'i1trLan:8! !: : 488-5551 or Truck Sales. 3450 No. Wash Caih. balanoai with. oUior banlu, and ...h ...... I. ::::::SEE '
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION 15359.70 mortgage Walking .. of oollcoUon ., ._". __.. t 17.071.aa
$13858 monthly to beach. Utilities In 488 5698. ington Blvd. Sarasota. (Rt. U.I'"i' Statea" Cov.rnm.nt iiliir.'iiO.,, dlroot anduaranUod I

Phone payments cluded. Fishing and boating 301 North). I Not of any roaorvoi) .,, , ..' ..._,,..__, ._H.. 1.011,111.69
Sarasota. 584985. aak ObllKitlona of But and political iub.llrt.kmaOUwr the
or for Gordon. Yearly or seasonal. 488-5127. Female Help 0N0..f.upr..rr5.., ___,-_'__- _' N.... new ,
Boats For Sale bond. s.o.s, and **inUirW ( f.oo: :;:=
ADJUSTMENT FURNISHED APARTMENTS Wanted J.o of b0..5 uonolo. and : ; ICitclicnAlcl I
2 BEDROOMS 2 Baths near U S (Not of ) 504,054.01
for cancellation . reasonable Walk to beach Loa. and dlnnnnto (J.i".r: --:- ;
Requests Gulf By Appointment. Ph. HOUSEKEEPER and Cook 24' CRIS CRAFT equipped, Fctoral, funit. aold _.,....,... ...___._.,, 5,410,001.51 Superba VariCycle
and Idoos 1
0' .dusfm! nt because of error 488-3217. shopping. Call 488-3447 white. 50-60. Nice to be sold this week. $1,33) !> Net .... /Inaaelnf _,... ... .,....,........._._._ Non.
Evenings. 474-2589. age i t'I.d i wIMonor. .. .. _... .... .... ... ._ ___. _. ..__ ._ _... __ __ Iln.8IUO ,
mutt I bt madt for Thursday home. References reaulred. firm. See at Tarpon Cenler .' .. .. ''' ''' DISHWASHER
ll.billtr to thl. bank en .. .._ ostM.dlos. .......__ No.
GONDOLIER BEFORE S p.mon DON'T MISS THIS ONE! State salary. Reply Box 746 Marine or call 488-5455. 011.. a.aou .._, __._-_-_- ......_.... 1,11111

Monday. For Sunday GONDOLIER Widow must go north 2 Wanted To Rent I. W., Venice. TOTAL ASSETS .aI.5s7.nels5:
bedroom 2 bath home Nearly t i
p.m. oThunday. I new. A real sacrifice at RENT OR BUY 2 or 3 bed. WAITRESS WANTED full motor. '161 Homing Star LIABILITIES ON''

111,750.. Very central near room 2 bath in South Venice time afternoon hours. ApplyIn Place, Venice Bay TrailerPark ; I ,
.... .
.111 of .
at Venice Chef nartntnhlpi, sad corporation.TOTAL 'I.'HIIUI '
area. Phone 488-5473. person only 0
shopping centers. Byron Mar- 10..
sod Dlvlna d..11I of 1..lvld..Io. : '
Phone 488.3125 is!,' Realtor. Phone 488-4708. Restaurant. P0't5shIe'. sod .orpo'.uoos .... ." ._...._...._._,....._ U.I.IIUI ,, NOW. H'
Legal Drpoolto 01 V"lted at.o. (1.o',1.01 _. ._.. ,
Business Personals WANTED Luncheonettehelp. DI... .1 S...... DO' polilical ..bdlv.lou" _..___ n..68.71, I'\
MUST SELL DUE TO ILLNESS Drpool.. .1 .nb __. _. ..._ .... .. ........ .. ....._..____. 1".8.0.1'
Lots For Sale in family. Two large Apply in person at W. THB IrATE UH.AL OK FLORIDA NOTICI C.tUIOd ... .m.... e........ 555. __..._..__........... n.IIUI 1

bedroom, CB home 26 tt. x RUBBER order. Overnight STAMPS made Center.T, Grant's, Rlalto Shopping Tr.o C. B.rlowboU Nowbold oCArtOt3s.u. sod Mr*.. DEPOSITS .___..... 54,744I. 7'J.
18 ft.
VINICB RKItlDKNt: LOTS screened porch could .. s unknown aa' all partial lalmM -
( _....._
.1) Tata1III' ._.
Office personal pocket dopoalu 52.455,517.05bi
VENICE BUSINESS BITES be converted into 3rd bed or Intoroila br. throufh, nnnor or \\l : ,
LOU JACOBS. 4M-IIST stock 4831432 Household Goods u,all I ,t Trao.har4. E. Nrwbold and ( ) Total tlmo and !.,. ..
room. High dry. Call 488- M... Tronebord B. Nrwkold .la ... to our dopoalto 52111114.75R.5b.eateb.au4othwIt.IlIUf., { ''
2359 after 1:30: and on week. tho' following toad l Is Sanuote Countr, :
ABC SECRETARIAL SER- : to-wlli Lot It Block >O.lonocrott Note
Houses For Sale ends. SOFA 2 pc. brocade modern CArOM 5.0.1,0555. a aubdlvUloah Federal fund purchaoad ? ......- ) .
VICE. Ph. 488-4408. Mime Aoioptneoa ojioeutod by or't., account of thai bank
overstuffed foam rubber > Soctloii II, It South, .. .. ...
and .
t ldo., ..b...... PrIsr ographing, distaphone Gen with flip like Unao II But. !E ARE BERE5tNoTIFIEn 00.. 0.011,51.oiitoundlnc, .1:'_ : :-" --. ;: ;
CITY OP VENICEOn V..I.. I II.. 'nnm.v.. n.s4. eral and Statistical I covers, new. thac kaa bom :=::=:::::::::: I :.II --
0..., LOU JACOBS. 'I.151t Typing Cost $JOO sell $195.. Exceptional 'I..... In tho Circuit (Joe"a and tor ._ --
beautiful Nokomli Ave. Mailing. Temporary Office CHAIR Overstuffed Nio Conl of ........, .8U. .U of TOTAL LIABILITIES ...._51,55l, : I ,
home Florida, In CIo.....". bolnf Cbaneorr
] Bedroom 1 VENICE GARDENS Placement, Bookkeeping all CAPITAL ACCOUNTSfbIsbur
Swivel Barrel-type chair C.... 1'1... II.(Ml ontltl.d 8.lomo

with Florida room living Waterfront. $$14.500 General Office Routine. SPECIAL $25. MIRROR An- .ofcthr. Nowbold ot at, P ata.. .U?wh.rrt?. *a...TronohardB. BalomoUlrthr .... -_....._ ... .. .... _.._... 1'10. .1
.. -
room with fireplace dining Largo 85x120 foot lot on big tlque brass candelabra type: and Job 1. Habor Mid wll.. Praferrod _.h ear'.to. par aharo I Nona

room kitchen. City water lake. 3 bedroom 2 bath with Dressmaking, alterations 13" wide 16" long ,cpoHnl !Xatr dofondanU rUb. r, oro aoriilnt Plaintiff to nuM and sit Ton!. Common No. .h..." -outotandlnt par .ralua, Nono pa ahan. Total 025.00 p.m., I.. ...__ Na. Finn, d"hw lw .vo, built, New
sewer sidewalk paved shower off Master Bedroom. draperies etc. Reasonable. ETCHING Jsl wo No, aharao authorlaH 11.000. .....
$20. Original t
I o tho .bov. land. YOU ARE: HEHbHY Xo. .h.... unlaiuod, Nono, putS button blew king ''i*
street. Beautifully landscaped. Wall oven. matching refrigerator nil 1130BOOKKEEPING prize Canadian Internal Exwsition ORDK RED: to fbI. your. .....or to No. ...' outtlandln, 1S,000 Total ...1.! capicty, flow Uoubli wash topic
A real buy at 12900. ho Complaint ot Plalntlffa I In tho of- Pu, ..par. .... 011.0 onod lit,.. NIW luxu-lous look W.d*
and eating space in Toronto of glrl'r'erd .. of tho GInA of the Circuit Court --"- ,
. Income 'piI.;; ehoic4 of finishM. Including, wood.
kitchen. Financing available.. I. and for SaraooU Connor. Florida, _. = .Ir: ,
Tax State-Federal Wage $12. CAB'tTCT 16x15- .. or ...,.. SI.. SOth d..r of Normbor .... Nan, Hinting Aginl Oitoentir. Comt III
Spanking new 2 bedroom MYRON McGLYNN Realtor 31" smoking humidor $10. ..... of .. ltd let It now Two other "",".
I Hi bath home. With central 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974. Reports, Personal Typing, Many other exceptional small n.w.r 1M4 on and EARLY C a EARLY onpr, Attm., TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _.......___..........| |o !!440 too. Thtrt I quality KitchtnA, , ,
heat and air conditioning.' your home, Champion typist. :K Palmor Bank Bnlldlnr, Saraaota TOTAL LIABILITIES far very kitchen . every "
11 eM'. 1629 Caribbean Dr. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,
30 years experience. Nominal PeorIA I oa or bafora autO COlA dar ot II 627 86118I budget V
City water sewer aide- VENICE GARDENS 3 bedrooms fforal Cove), Sarasota .'.. 0544.

walk. Close to shopping. 1ft baths, paneled Fee.Banyan Charles Z. Nelms, Fla 1752 I .oal WITNESS 1 this :lit*....,,. of hand Oetobor and, official 1X4 ..Merlo ... 0'.... VHs Proildent! a Cannier, of aIr .bov......... hank do I
Well financed. Priced at. florida room cathedral ceilngs Drive Venice I Wanted To Buy W A. WYNNE.Dork bendy deolar. that.thla report of condition, .la true and oomot n tho .bolt of Venice Electric
central heat. Available Phone 48812I5f.TYPEWRITERS. of Circuit Cout.Hrl my knowMiw and belief.. ,
1 Jana Clnmmo, MERLE: L. CRASER.Wo. .
a a a.. upon request. 488-5397. and Adding 2 OR 3 BEDROOM Itt-2 bath Dtpitr. (Iorh. Appliance
tho vndenlrnol' ,
dlro lori .1. tho oorrortnau of OiU of
ARTY EARLY. Atfira. Knort
VENICE GARDENS MODERN 2 Bedroom. 1V& Machines (mechanically operated I house. Walking distance to obll.hl Oct II. It No.. I. It IH4 dftJoa and ...1.. th.t .It ha. .boon namlnod by .. and to u.. ...., of ouranowlodft \ A.
J-years-old. Well under bank ) Chemically cleaned Venice Postofflce and pavll- and bolM ui true and correct.rEOROF. Airttiorhtd Saltt & Service ,
Baths, like new, furnishedor IN TOO COUNTY JUDOS: COURT
appraisal 2 bedroom 1 unfurnished. Will sacrifice. like new. Just $1250 plus Ion. Write II. K., Box 746, IN AND FOR SARABOTA COUNTY, : II:. YOTTN('>n1'\O.! SB I
baths, large Florid room, parts if J'OqUired.AU: makes. Venice. rLOKIDA IN PgOBATB WILLIAM C. PAVNH' I I Dlrortora 133 W. Venice Ave. i
Edewood.S- BARL: ) |
005 Cyprew. IN Ml BUTAT OF j. P. KAWUM
central heat and air
conditioning tion. Venice Stationers, 211 W. Groans B. MITCBaaX. Telephone 488.2834 f fr
flu refrigerator Venting Awe. 4888113 Misc. Wanted P' ,_ ol ProootoVllo Ho. TTMNOTIClt

drape.freezer washer and rod and, dryer.rugs, Sale or Trade WE NEED MORE GOOD RAVINI ro ACt CREDITORS CLAIMS TO CBEDITOR8 OR AND : Stores Alto Located In TIRES I ,

mower and garden tools. Yon ... h".br. notlflod ..PJIIIONII//
Unuiually nice landscaping.Priced PALMETTO RD., NOKOMIS VENICE BAYSHORE, to dlo, ..... i0... or demand
CO. GOLDEN GULF "mar ... ...iM. tho Get More Mileage... : NEW MOHAWKS
at $15,800. .2 Bedroom" and bath central Qo.ra. H. MiMMfL . USED TIRES. ALL SIZES q195
1003 N. Blvd. SHORES. GIVE US A TRY. I 0.r-.Ia Coy FWMiTtn 55. offlMat
FRANK C ducted heat builtinstove Washington Costs.
Ho*. JOHN GRAHAM. 54r.ouoOoosty RETREADS
BYRON Realtor
Realtor and oven; garage and Sarasota MARKLE II Joor.. I. u... Conntr Conrt I I"l
carport. Low down payment 48B-4706 R... at ...>ta. Florida, within .1. AS LOW AS ...:i'1:1:7: ;". 7.50114
!M W. Venice Ave. call .altndar .....tho from 0.. dot. of 01.. _
Phones: 488-1600 or 485-2849 consider trailer in trade. '1 Int pubHratknt' of thla Not Ira, ""l "
ELLIOTT PAUL Misc. For Sale domand mutt bo In ,
Phone 488-5554. No settlement E.rn claim or '
I lobu,., SM I. d.pIboIne .0.11 1,5ab RADIATORSREPAIRED
SACRIFICE in Venice S barges.. far :b,. pbs .5 e0.o.s' : s.d p... uftbr. : sIw1
bedrooms, 2 baths screen ROOF TRUSSES -Pianos-. ,ddr'.1 tIn CI.It .hall hi '
I TtTL .
to hi U,. Clalm.nt hiD ..0,05S FLUSHED "'.
'1505 :
ed porch oversized double Rentals Alum. Windows X Doors Stelnway Knabe Everett hiD ......m.,.' ohall hi ..sospuel.dI '
farage-workshop. All room. George Steck Winter CaW I, 5 sine citco I. aed .sys.,0liofu. 46pTy1ti5LM1I:
Contract Roofing & Painting 0 d'.fld sIn 11001 h.tI J
very large. Lot 100x150 Nelson Fayette S. Cable .. bo addod
Mid. Tbo flllnt too lour '
Wai (24,500 now for sale BEDROOM House nicely Phone 488.2132 Venice I Hallett ... Davis to tho amount of .t.t.. and .. Budget Terms ..- -
clean long .......
furnished very I term mar. bo ) from tho Conn8.IITH.ratUNS. -
only $17,500 plus Title Policy short term. NPC. Phone Musette Players ,.*. om-

Owner must sell. Ltb"al or 488-3681. pianola players aa Admlnlrtrator:. I of. tbo ....* VENICE TIRE & RADIATORServing

financing This won't Mobile Homes -orean_ of Oonra H. Hlteh.ll.

last so phone right now. 4 ROOM.COTI'AGE on Bay. Allen Lowrey '."Ditto. .. & Serving Venice For 5 Yean '


bedroom 1 bath home utility room. Yearly or seas- MOBILE HOME OWNERS REBUILT RECONDITION. Vonloo Florid. Powor Florid C Ubt Bldf, "tbh'hE46' Phone 488-1259 In the "TowerUti- Garaq .1

screened porch big lot, nal. Adults only. Call 488- CAN SAVE INSURANCE ED AND FULLY GUARANTEED Attomon. for AdmlnlrtntorPubltobl .
dose to schools and shop 2887. $ $ $ WITH NEW MOBILE PIANOS AND Oct. II II. l>. Nor. I. 1004INTERESTED ,

ping center nearly new a HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE ORGANS

fine home reduced to FURNISHED HOUSE 1 mile POLICY FROM $125. DISTINctiVE MRGZ : \

((12000 from Albee Bridge. On the Exclusive with Edge-Van 'Florida's Largest Music Co.' I

HOME POOL BOAT' water.. Rt I, Box 284 Nokomis. Orsdale Agency. CANNON MUSIC CO. Real I Estate C- 'tl' 1

Another steal,. 2 bedroom Example: 1301 1st St., ornerD'

home with pool and House $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils OP!). Florida Theatre 'D ,

Boat, on canal on Lemon NICELY FURNISHED 2 o on Coach (No deductible Open 'Thun. & Fri. till 9 p.m. .

Bay Lovely' home was a :BEDROOM Puplex.> Reas- on windor Phone 958-1019 _. _ _ _ _ _ _

buy at 25000. now a steal onable rent. Kings St., Citrus hall) ,l"
It $22000. Highlands Nokomls.- Phone 1,200 On Contents (includes FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. I IN NICE NEIGHBORHOOD :

$400 DOWN and easy pay. Sarasota 958-5492. Theft at no Fuel oil deliveries. S&H ? '

menu buys a nice 2 bedroom furnished. 2 additional cost) Green Stamps. Standard 2 bedroom C.B. built-in; stove extra large screened
3 ROOM Service. Across from
home 1 bath paved 400 Additional Living Heating and Good $11,700.I I I
blocks from P. O Adults fire station. 488-4052. H. N. Wlmmers Realtor porch carport. terms only
itreets, curb and gutter only. No pets Phone 488-5615. Expense 5 South Venice lots on Rt. 775 at Temple. All for $2500. !

near East. Golf Course Venice 10.000 Personal Liability MUST SELL 6 Chair Dinette REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Sorrento Shores cor. lot I00'xl60'. Below cost at $3660. j'' !
See this and learn the furnished 250 Medical Payments Set twin and double bed '
APARTMENTS Rent reasonable week (
tow by season or'-3.rm.forn.' Apt.
price, owner anxious. on Dons' Bay. By year or PLUS other extensions of room sets. Bahama tables Agent for Western Union Telegraph ,
-We MOBILE HOME LIVING eason. Boat dock and nshng. coverage too numerous to 'amps, mower and other Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I. CONN .

have three mobile For appointment call mention things. 223 Redwood Rd., I

homes in Nokomls East on 488-4698. $57.00 per year In City or Venice Gardens. 9 am. to CLOSED SUNDAYS RIO. RIAL ESTATE BROKER CALK II:. DUNN ...,... .

large lots and Boat Docks, __ adjoining park. Slightly 5:30: p.m.PRACTICALLY. VENICE CLEAN TAMIAMt TRAIL NORTH or ALBEJ ID, NOKOHIS FLA. '
built on sections as large as THREE ROOM FURNISHED higher outside of fire pro- HELP KEEP PHONES I... 411114 Roj. 4>MtllDuplex j
the mobile home One Is Apartment m town month tection. I NEW BA. I '
new. Mrs. McIntyre HAMA Lounge 4" foam - '------
10x50 owner in hos or season See EDGE-VAN ORSDALE

petal How about looking at 318 Pedro. Venice AGENCY rubber $22. 38-in. gas range. '
these for economical Flor 111 W. Venice Ave. Square Deal 300 Pocono LOTS OF LOTS _"r. For SaleIN
ida living ROOM Private entrance Telephone 488-2289 Trail Nokomis. LOTS . Harbor Drive. ,

ESTATE TO SETTLE and bath. Near Post Office. .' $3560; Cadii. $4445; Nolc- 5 LOTS-South Venice DO PEOPLE CITRUS HIGHLANDS '
488-2537 LOWRY KEYBOARD ORGAN Each side ",, has two bedrooms .
Io1Ult: be settled by October Call 488-4774 days, mil, $3900. 10% down on $1500.00

f*. 4 lots. Venice Gar- evenings. ; blonde ,. for home 3 LOTS on Large Lake READ and bath living ; a
To Loan any.
dens. Money club church restaurant. Like I room l kitchen carport 1.
Sunset Beach and 2 $1250.00
ROOMS. $1200 .
In SLEEPING new. Coat $795 sell $350. and utility room It's furnished
otter and make Groves. Make an per week. Outside entrance. BUSINESS OR PROPERTY ZENITH ALL-CHANNEL 19" KERMIT L 2 LOTS-South Venice SMALL ADS? oae aide rented at '
some mon- 488-3912.
57. Nokomls Ph. Loans. Unlimited funds Portable TV with roller $500.00 $70 per month owner can '.l ,

SMALL DOWN PAY. S ROOM APT. available. Personal appointment stand. Perfect. $50. 1629 Car- MICKLETHWAITREALTOR SO'ilOO' Warm Mineral Sp. WELL live in other side makes i 2

!aNTS and Financing SPACIOUS Large living room, with fire- arranged S. M., Box ibbean Dr. (Coral Cove), Sar $800.00 nice Investment. j i ; I '

liable on many of our I place unfurnished $60 per 746. asota.Barrett .. GULF REALTY Price $$15.250< t "

llstin.. mo. yearly ,lease. Close to 801 Laquna Drive YOU ARE! I MARTIN S. STANCH: I II 11-11'I'I
720 Golf Witt. ,. Took/ Kg. troler J I REALTOR I -

_BYRON Ph.MARKLE.. 488-4708 Realtor I:hopping Dr.> Venice.t centers.Call 9244811 col. Approved Ruberold Approved .......21 216 S. Trail 488-4738 I _M* "*" 4554405 v.....* A**, ,t(,: Jki 'I

led p.m.


\ S'RL[ ""OHDII 2-Bedroom I Bath, Garage, Screen Porch Electric Range ::

I .. Commerce and Refrigerator. Close to This comfortable home When You i
chamber of
I Member ; :1
on en SO'llSO' Lot for Only


I Heating and Air Conditioning JOHN C. BENNETT I $11,000FRANK .. :

Heating/ 6 Air Conditioning 'lniallaHonGo Complete. Roofing Contractor I C. RAEBURN ,


I Free EstImates Or. Til*, Asbestos and Built Up Roofs I

Ne.Job. Too 614 cr700 .S'.s 1'1' otornii.. FU. Ph. 488-87IJ t l 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-488-2449

263 S. Trait Ye"ICII) _- Ph. 488-227'' .


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