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 26, 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: VID00245
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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Z-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl. Sun.. Oct. 25, 1964 Political Debate Obituary -
Set Monday NightThe I Charles Edward Smith.' 83. HIGH
Venice Gardens News Johnson Qoldwate Bj SALLY STUBBS of Dearborn Street, Englewood l 10(

New Collect student debate, died Tuesday at Arcadia Monday (l:48am:
I I By AILEEN GERDTS originally set for Thursday, I Mr and Mr. Elmer Hedeed business meeting and refresh Hospital. |IO 0s: ,
I has been posptponed until of 102 Sandhurst Drive ments were served! by Mrs. A resident of Englewood for ...
1 I! With the cool and even cold Garden. ladies; contributed to [for a week to help celebratethe Monday al 8 p.m. at Lido have returned after a combined Sophie Davis and Mrs Mary 33 years he cam to thin area u..d.y 2:48: ant
1 er weather appearing in theo the lovely items on ..I.. The birthday which I is reallyon Canine on Lido Beach. pleasure and business Funk. from Tonawanda, N. Y. 12:11..:.
North, Venice Gardens is remaining Items will\ be on Oct. 28. Members of the debating trip to Ohio. For business the -o-* where he was owner of a music -
ready to welcome back many sale at the Hospitality Shop. -o- team are: John Cranor of Heedens were in Mansfield, Walan- -and appliance store. Hewi Wednesday 4:23: 'III 1:409:38pIII :
Mrs. Frank
t of our good friends. We may Do come soon and select A surprise birthday party Hutchison. Kan., and Ray where Mr. Heeden Is still active Mr. and returned to their born in Hamilton, N. Y. : ...
k not have the beauty of the some Christmas gifts Theyare for Renee Mldlam, secretaryof McCUIn of Columbia, S. C., in and vice-president of ski have home after Survivors Include a daughter Thursday
I autumn leaves but there is really lovely and unusual, Venice Elementary School for Johnson, and Fred White- The Lexgate Development Venice the East in their Mrs Margaret Lynn, of : lilt 1:01:
: plenty of color showing here. -o- was held at Fisherman's low of Floral City and Chart- Corp For the pleasure partof spending Valley summer, New York, Wfflowick. Ohio; two grandchildren 9:45: Pili l 2:11:
) ; -or Mr Theron Shaver of Hill. Wharf last week with Mrs. ea H. Hamilton of Glen El- their trip they were in Newark home. Their daughter and two great-grand --
:;I The Garden. are going to view Road has returned to Hugh Mills of 243: Glen Oak lyn, 111., for Goldwater.The Springfield, where they visit trailer accompanied themon children.
: \l greatly miss the Robert Ham- the Gardena with his bride. Rd. acting as hostess Mrs public la invited. ed their daughter, the former Yvonne the trip East but did not Rawles] Funeral Horn, En.: STUMP PASS TIDES
'! iltons when Bette and Bob Mr. and Mrs. Austin Pink. Mills Is chairman of the Grey Gustava Hedeen and son-in- with her parents. glewood, was in charge of ar-
I I and their family move into staff entertained the bridal Ladles at the school Othersin Henderson Talks At law Mr. and Mra. Jeffrey P. return Yvonne will atay In Endicott, rangementa.X HIGH to
,I'' their new home on Alhambra couple and other guests on attendance at the party, Sittlson, and their J-day-old N. Y., where she has enrolledIn Monday 2:50.11I:
I' Road in Venice this week.Let's Monday night. Mrs. Shaver, which incidentally waa a Englewood Meet grandson Shannon Michael !beauty school, for a full |1131;
I a
from Chattanooga, Tenn, hasher complete surprise to Renee,, State Sen. Warren Hender Sittlson. course in cosmetology. The ...
( : welcome Mr. and sister and brother-in-law, were: Mr. Nasser, Co-ordi son will be guest speaker ata -0- Walanskis saw many of their Tuesday 3;:50 am 12:50
Mr. and Mrs Frank Rut. of Special Services Sarasota meeting of Englewood Civic MORE PEOPLE ARE: :
Mrs. Robert Craig now In former friends and neighbors ...
I ledge, visiting this week. County Schools; Jim Duna. Council of Sarasota County The Venice East Community
; their new home at 358 Shamrock while in the East and Immediate
I held its first meetIng SUBSCRIBING TO AND
Blvd. They are from Indianapolis -o- way, principal of Venice Eli Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Englewood members of their family Wednesday B2S.m1040pm: 2:01:
I of the fall Monday
Ind., and will welcome Mr. and Mrs. Joseph But. mentary School; Mrs Janice American Legion Hall. season they visited were Mr. Walan- READING THE : ...
: : in the offices of the U.
'I Pfeffer, secretary of Venice He will explain the 13 night
calls from Hoosiers and ler of Hillvlew Road have pro ski's parents) Mr. and Mrs /
Junior High School; Mra. posed constitutional amendments S. Land Co. The third and GONDOLIERf Thursday 7.1:Sam | !ji10.47pm !
others. Bob is interested in returned from a vacation at Michael Walanakl of OswegO; :
,.I I;: golf and fishing, and Betty i their summer home at Brat. Julie O'Keefe County Health which will be voted on final reading of the Constitu read two daughters and their families : 3:14:|
I ; j likes bridge and music. Do telboro, Vt. Hop. they Nurse; Mrs. Lillian Williams, In the Nov. S election tion and By-Laws was A Mr. and Mrs. Gerald > r-_ I
I I II County Health Department The publio la invited and passed. unanimously. -
drop in and say hello to a brought back a supply of that Hotchkisa of Endicott; Mr.
wonderful Vermont maple Mrs Louanna Fonder, MJanie ( nominating committee was of IN SARASOTA
I charming couple. i Conover and Mrs. Dorothy CIRCUS elected to prepare a ballot and Mrs. Robert Perry
I syrup. Ryan. for the 1963 officers. Besides Candor a son, Mr. and Mrs RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPP
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paw. -o- Roy Chamberlain and child.
I (Continued from page 1) the regular officers one trustee
C i : Icy of Shamrock Boulevard A surprise birthday party and lunch counters.A Is to be elected for a ren and an aunt Mrs Bertha
t have returned from their vacation for "Doc"' O'Keefe of Gar. UNITED APPEAL planning session wes hold three: :year period. This office Raising of Newark Valley.
I , and are glad to be denla Road was held last Sat. (Continued from 1)) Thursday at the Venice Area Was left vacant early In therear -0- CUSTOM SHADES, cloth coveredI
f back. They went to Jackson urday at the home of Leon. page Chamber of Commerce with by the resignation of burlap! parchment. etc. MADE TO ORDIf!!
) "I ville, then on to Virginia and I Iil ard Burch in Sarasota The in the initial. efforts of thecamp.In. Kraft representative, area Mr. Frank Starr. The president ; A house guest this past weekat Reasonable. PRICES t Prompts,..
I ; : Maryland. While at Annapolis entire staff of Sarasota Count He complimentedwork restaurant and food store appointed Mrs. Sally the Woodrose Way home of
il Mr. and Mrs. Pawley stayed ty Health Department of Venice done by Mrs. Carl L. owners and managers, and Stubbs to fill out the balanceof I Mr. and Mrs. B. Charles Zim-
1 : at Carvel Hallo attended0 Hamilton, chairman of the Chamber officials.E. the term. The members of mey was Mrs. Eleanor Man- Also hundreds of ltmphadei In dock:
Advanced Gifts Division, and '
'j I W. Lee, zone manager the nominating committee ter of Clearwater. Mrs. Man. shapes and site
s The annual sale of gift items I On Thursday the Recreation Paul R.Division Maurer of the Residential for Kraft, explained that the elected were Mr. Lloyd Carver .I ter calls herself 'just a "Sun W. Mote Lumps Out of Yeses toHl.
4 was held at Venice Hospital Center Bridge Club will both have fast, noting that company will key Its promotion Mrs. Justine Steussy andMr. day painter" but neighborswho LAMP REPAIR S LAMP REPAIR*
set that
I last Friday. Many of our honor "Vlvi" Vander KooghIn gives indication a pace : to the gala circus open. Elmer Hedeen, with Mr. I viewed her beautiful art Ills S. Trail '/i block North
a celebration of her 88th every of a log during the week of Jan. Hedeen acting as chairman.A work say she) Is being very d fe
: r birthday. Mrs. Vander Koogh successful drive.Residents 1-10 by providing the elaborate ] social hour followed the modest. -sea.IN SARASOTA
; ALLEN Is the mother of Mrs Anna contacted through displays, clown hats,
Convalescent and I Waeldin, 707 Forrest Road. the "Mercy Mailing" pro- skimmers and colorful yenta
Mrs, Vander Koogh's sister, ram were again urged to Mayor Smyth D. Brohard,
( I Nursing Home Mrs. Erwin Maurer of Rock. "let the mailman be your who also operates a restaurant

24 Hour Nursing $.,,?Ie ville Center, N. Y, and Mr. messenger of mercy" in get- said he felt it would bea
and Mrs. Harold Vander Ling contributions returned to definite advantage to the
Phone Venice 481-2702 Koogh from Arlington the campaign offices. community to have a circus
:: ,.
f 117 rONCl DB LEON AY \
I I .. .I.. Heights, III., will visit. here Meanwhile,UF president A. atmosphere created in the
-- - - -
: Walter Johns announced the area eateries during circus
appointment of Merle L. opening week.
3raser as chairman of the Brohard also said he would
Mobilehome Parks Division proclaim the week ,Just priorto
t of the drive. He at the same the opening performanceas
time pointed out that pledges Circus Week in Venice.
,,,I ras w I R4 play an important part in
the campaign and often
ji are
Diamond mining
; made by those residents who normally
requires complicated equip
prefer to make a greater con-
ment, but the biggest known
tribution spread over a periodof
diamond extracted with
was a
Y t 1'r. months rather than a penknife.
smaller contribution they
{ could afford in a single do
J8'DO nation. Alabama's football team al. John W, Hasson

The division headed by lowed an average of 81 points Candidate for Jle..eIed.lOIIa. "r: ; '
Eraser will be responsiblefor per game in 1963.IT'S .

1- -1 contacting hundreds ,of Sansota County ateRepreaeaatlve
South County residents that
live In the many mobile a ,
YOU homes in the area. A LAWAll

A relative newcomer to the
; area, he moved to Venice a costs accruing before
year and a half ago and resides a committing: Magistrate
F / with his wife and two shall be taxed against the
f children at 812 Hibiscus Ave Defendant on conviction.
BELIEVE. He is vice president and Fla. stat* 139.01 South Citizens for
cashier the County
of First National When a committing Magistrate -
Bank of Venice. holds to ball or

-that the first duty of the School Board it to encourage Active In community affairs commits any person to
I academic and vocational: excellence !in the schools? he is a member of the answer a criminal chargein
Jaycees and the Elks and the County Court or Circuit
I/DO! Venice Yacht Club. He is al. Court and on information
10 treasurer of the Venice is not filed nor an indict- JACK HASSON
-that the I board mutt represent the views of parent, Area Noon Lions Club. He is ment found, the cost of
I teacher and taxpayer? e member of the Board of such committing trial shall
I IDOJ! Governors of the American not be paid by the County,
Institute of Banking and has except the cost for executing
-in voluntary Bible reading and prayer in our schools: ? served as an Instructor in the the Warrant. say.

i DO; for the past four Fla. Stat .

years Comment: A Justice of the
I I -that teacher must be I.ft free to eierciie their politi Peace of this County is

I cal rights at individual citizen? ENGLEWOOD C-C paid $9 SO per Warrant for x ? ; Ray VanOrdate Ken Chadwict,
f DO! (Continued from page 1) warrant issued by him ? d Venice Venice
to supply Information to that come to trial before r i "Jack Haiton I II In'W.. need a strongrepresentative ; "
1 -that the authority to et school: mileage i il your right Charles] A. Koch, 252 Palm him or filed upon when I terested In the who ;up
I a* a taxpayer? Grove Avenue, phone 474- bound over to a higher whole county' wd! is well) thought of
I IDOi! 306.! Koch is in charge of Court. He is paid lOc per In Tallahassee. The y
the promotion under mile of all mileage thatis 'v x fare. H. h working
sponsor- official duty. He baa all '+ for Improved highway
of the eounfy
hip Englewood Cham- .. the whole
1,1 VOTE FOR her of Commerce.Chamber office supplies paid for by patrol protection would> '
members said the COUNTY I His clerical a and a major b.Mby"
help is paid by the COUN educational the improved road
ij South
they are confident that the 'i't I County "
favorable TY i His office space Is system" that Jack ff
advertising gained ; 'I complex. '
through northem newspapers furnished by the COUNTY will fight for.
I will reflect Immeasureably on His telephone bills are paid
for by the COUNTY! Postage
i \ Englewood's future, and that
f I GOP Candidate ill Englewood residents will is paid for by the Sam" Herron, Warm

I II :'S 1,1 Sarasota County School Board take advantage to participate of the in opportunity a promotion County COUNTY., YOU are the Ist k r{1 Minemprndgfhei JACK SEE HASSON AND HEAR and

I1 4 I, ) Paid Pol. Ad by D. E. Robert* Campaign Tree with such obvious re TO SERVE THE BEST everyone _wheth
Jhi! wards. INTERESTS OF YOU, er they be retired

: THE COUNTY PLACE A I or In buiineu <- On Channel 8 at 11:15
ff III\ MAN OF PREVIOUS EX vote for Jack Mas-
h PERIENCE. v son because) only' he TUESDAY NIGHT

1 t1!:" : ::1J EXPERIENCE! can give us the effective They will'" discus: "Which Way Sarasota

( 17 YEARS LAW is ) representation County, subjects of Importance to
:: f, II CRIME PREVENTION i that In Tallahassee need." very citizen


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\ your fellow citizens of both parties

,I $ I II .

'I'I ':1\\ 'I\i 1 ;1 1I I II Urge You To Select The Man And

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I I ., ;\\1, r Vote For Re-Election Of Jack HassonAs


"liJ' State Representative.

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PboDe 474.286'Mr ,
end Mrt. A. J. Oo go. Mr. and Mrs Chyllk flew JlI; Oroon
of 1475 Overbrook Road to 'Miami for their honeymoon .dA
peter ; in. A4 raw warrder ehM pal
were host to the Monthly; and after a week In c :'
Dinner Club Sunday evenlni Miami they stopped off In A K K R is 49 Tasty Quick Frozen Lag 0
It. Present were Mr Englewood: to visit their! Ib. 49eMjvl
Ii ,
,nJ Mrs. A. J. Maeln. Mr grandparents over the weekend \ WM ewe M 1M4I, i !4
Mrt. James Walsh, Mr before returning to Chi. Q.wQQQI !QiiQ Q12QJ Q QE[ i
InS Mrt. M. T. Bohon, Mr cage srrr1'
end Mr. Howard VenhernV -o-
Mr and Mrs. Frank Noble Mrs. Edward McBride of J
Mr. Huo Fischer Mr.'Fred Neptune Drive hat taken "I ARMOUR'S GOLDEN STAR HAM WHAT AM .
and MrJoieph .
cromweU. Mr. while visiting in Pennsyl '
Bobbins, Mr. and vents She is in the hospital
Via. Horace Krlder and one In Easton Pa, and anyone 1'1
guest, Mr. Tom Walsh of Sea wishing to send a card: of CANNED HAM
cart. Rhode Island cheer can write her at this
-- address: 'Easton Hospital, I, t
We are happy to report Mr room 311.
Wllllfm Hsste of 900 S. Me:' --
Call Road la much better and The Rev. and Mra. Byron .
Improvlnl been confined all the In time.Venlc.hOlpit.1 Hi. Richardson on Bayahor 19 I : !

lies the few weekl Drive are rejoicing over twe j ,
great-grandchildren; twins,
recuperating from a heart at PLUS 100 J* Iy .
John Robert end Corers Mirie. '
lack. He expect to be home 4 3-Ib :
They will be called John GREEN STAMPS
won tile and Connie. They are the R G I j
-- children of Mr. and Mrs. Rob \ <'
Mr. and Mri. George Aft ert Whiteley In Atlanta Ga. :
tolchlck from Long Island art Mr. and Mrs Whiteley re.
IiouseguesU of Mr. and Mrs. turned from Hawaii a few ,
Charles Kefer on 1801 Englewood months ago where Robert had re" I Swift's Premium Breakfast
Mrs. Kefer and
Road. finished one year of a two
Mrs. Antolchlck art sisters. year scholarship In Hawaii. 1 D i Link Sausage . . . . . . . . . % : 35' t f\ ,
-- --
Mr. and Mrs Earl Weave! Back home from a six week Swift's Premium Stick StyleD .
were host serving< punch and tour are the Joseph Bobbin per
cookies to 48 of their friendi of 1957 Fairview Drive. They / Braunschweiger . . . . . lb. 39'Swift's :
at their home at 210 E. Wentworth visited relatives In Albuquerque I\ 1
St. Sunda afternoon N. M.; Colby Kant a Premium Cooked :
The occasion was a receptionin Grant Neb.; Belvedere and a / "{

honor of their granddaughter who Downers ,Grove, 111. They ,' a Sliced Ham . . . . . . . . . . . .fe: 59"Peppered t'
Barbara Ashworth said they had perfect weath. ( or Hot-Ham) I, '".
became Mrs George D. Albrecht -
er all the way.
in Indiana on Oct. 10 '
The wedding was in St. An Mt. and Mrs.--George Retlinger ,e ., s t ''
thony's Catholic Church in have returned to their FI
Indianapolis. Mr. and MrsAlbrecht .
home at 1M9 Forked Creek
have been here ortheir Drive. For the past five BETTY CROCKER TASTY AJAX
for the .
honeymoon past
months they have been visiting
eight days. They left Monday, In New York, Fitchburg. BUTTERMILK BLUE PLATE LAUNDRY r
October 19 for Plainfleld,, Mass, and In Connecticut.
Ind. where they will make -0-
their home. The Thrift Shop Of St. Detergent
-- Davld'a Episcopal Church Is Biscuits Ma'noise
Through efforts of the Holy open now five days a week ;,
Name Men, the Altar Society .
':30 a m. to p m. and on
Saint Ann Saint Cecelia; and Saturday from fl:30 until
Saint Teresa Circles and the
parishioners, a bountiful potluck noon. giant 59c
dinner was served on We are happy to tee Mr rag 5c pint 19c pkgang .
Thursday Oct. IS to about and Mrs H. L. Minter of 2011 t jar
130 people. The dinner was
in the pariah hall of St. Rap home.Forked They Creek spent Drive'the summer back. LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH THE 1

hael's Catholic Church and up In Wisconsin. LIMIT 4 PLEAS LIMIT 1 PLEASE PURCHASE OF $3.00 OR MORE,
the tint pot luck dinner served -0-
ilnce they have their new Ce Do"
"Hi-DI-Hi and jo- -
pastor Father William BalfeMrt . . Anyone wishing to learn
John Brejack Is presi-
(a square dance can 'do toby
dint of the Altar Society and going to the Recreation
George Mayleben Is president in Englewood White Hogli t .
Center every
of the Holy Name Men. Monday evening from 8 to DfJjioul
Vr.Mayleben and Mr. Elmer: 10:30: p.m. Wagnor is Juice 4t. 25e MON., TUES., WED.,
while ,
Taetz served the turkey r
the caller and the charge Is CREAMCHEESEApple site '
OCT 26 27 28 19 4'
members o< the Circles and Me per \ :
Altar Society served the petson.0- ,
dressing and all the "fizina" Mr. and Mrs. VT. F. Poolon s ,
pie and coffee.: The honored Gulf Drive are entertaining Chef Boy-or-Dee With Meat Balls \
guest were H*. Rev.. Monsignor aa houseguestt, Mrs 2 3'0:&. 25eHAlOrt' Delight.1 Hector :: 37e SPAGHETTIF
George: Cummings, Lucy McClean from Little pkgl.
Father William Kelly and Rock, Ark., Mrs Frances t
Father A. Rodriques from theEpiphany from Clinton, Tenn., : e
Berry F G I' Flavorful 2 7
Church Venice.Mr. \
in and Mrs. Rose Coburn from frozen foods cans

and Mr-*. Jack Durnam Ft. Lauderdale.-- Frui C iCktal'I 303 19 e Chef Boy-ar-Dea With Beef

recently returned from New Mr. and Mra. dark McCol Minute Maid Orange cons
York state where.they have lum from Fayetteville. Ohio, CONCENTRATE RAVIOLI ,
pent the summer \near Al- have arrived for a two monthstay' Pink lotion Detergent '

bony: -0- Maryann and Court are living In Englewood at the icon: 49c 32z.i $ I:con29c I:r.l ,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kefer Mr. McCollum Is a retired Penny-Saver IY ,
received an Invitation to their Navy man and he and Mrs Lykes Dehclou.STRAWBERRIES .
first granddaughter's wedding McCollum plan to make their Pletsweef Sliced ,i
in Chicago. Mr. Refer home In Englewood. We ..realwa'l The Foaming Cleanser CHILI (with beans}
lies been ill and they were to have people '
unable to go. .Their son Bill Cleanse lOc #300 \
come to visit our Communityand Ajax ertas i
attended and was. happy toMe decide to make this their 2 1pk0ggos 4Ac con "
many: relatives he hadn't future home. ( : .i
seen In years. Their grand- -a- Dingy Moore I? I
Blighter Patti Refer became Mr and Mrs Edward + v ? t 'c :; i : i
Mrs. James Chyllk;: \ of Chlca- Huntsman of Rochester N. BEEF STEW 4 ,1

y. are visiting Miss Catha "'\ I'li''!
Re-E/tcf I rlna Huntsman In Venice and 24-01. 49 c 3
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Hunts \
RAYMOND man In Englewood. NESCAFE FLAVORFUL dote:: produce lane con l

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GONDOLIER, Venice, FI.. Sun., Oct. 25, 1964 .... Of .. .. .. ar... .. ... .. A .. at ..."

i 'dlrq THE "The Open Door"
4 '

I i f PEOPLE What Does Venice Hospital

: l'tt SPEAK ;

.1 - Mean To Our Area?

: To The Editor: primarily because of Its

worthwhile purpose. By RONALD T. HANSON, could be expressed in many are 'Just a few of the thing.
I The meeting of the Venice .
have already Indicated being done to
Harbor Lights residents Administrator ways. As we provide the
1! MEHBtt OF THI ASSOCIATED' rMEl* ... mfBCB OF ins FLORID FHB8S ASSOCIATION Area PTA School at Venice Elementary have never sought publicity the economic impactof type of medical car that our

p _ _ _ _ _ _ _ accomplishedat for their many charities, but Somewhere In the course of payroll, alone, is a significant area deserves.
It. Aral...... .... kM weiwlr.a. ntllM tt M fw MMbllnuoi of III ..wi .,lip.tchnbllib er.dlt.e least one thing. It broughtout in this case, we feel that other history the invisible but very factor. The importanceof New horlzens of service 1 lay
e not ........... mdlM., I* ttl.C papa. .a1 .1" Meal. ease .4 hmn AU rliho ol npubUwPnbll.b a large number of the organizations and definite line "small"and the hospital in the final before the Venice Hospital
... nearby ( in
\ w l>J dtopMcbd ira .100 n.r..L parents and students.
TN ..d boil wlwtlilnt ........t el ...!. ...._ II ..wrrttl>Ud u' .Hi TCWibUoMtai Hfbrblddm s trailer parks may get an ideaas "large" hospitals became analysis, however, must be the next few years. As mOre
,, MMPI br Haw .....1...... The opinion of the peoplewas to how they can aid the drawn between the 99th and evaluated in terms of the role money becomes available f-
that there definitely Is a School that needs help so 100th bed The Venice Hospital it plays in helping to preserveand duties will be added to make
.. ....
I Bnn: Mood. Thindaf from I1M4 B. Mlud Anewahand
need for health I of this hospital
some control over the our one of
having 70 beds, would Improve the out.
_.. ,.......
; As CbM Matte At Port OKlM N Florid '
the centers'
The of It is standing
youngsters. feeling Mrs. Lois B. Martin thus be categorically definedas area residents some of care In

1 EDWARD D. BALL, ...,.................................. Editor and Publish the ones there was that par Harbor Lights a "small" hospital Interestingly times difficult to appreciatethe the state. Thus, as it grow.
? ents must start to control enough, however, standby feature of our so will its impact grow
I : COURTNEY WILLIS ................................... Advertising Manager their children. about 62 per cent of all the hospital. It is difficult to real. our area, both economic and on

:, SAM DILLON .................................. Newt and Newsphoto Editor Since there seems to be a To The Editor: hospitals in the country are Ize that the empty bed must otherwise

I ROGER KILBY.................................? Mechanical' Superintendent large number who feel that I have found all life in the "small" category. also be staffed and held
my if it is to have
Teen Haven Is not the answer It would appear that our ready serve

: I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, IS:19 per year $3.25 per six month, $2 79 I feel that we could use can that take good the men filth,and the dishonestly women hospital Is, truly, "big" to the Thus any value significant to our community.cost far Masonic Degree
more facilities In the Venice however. It Is Interesting a
to -
area ,
I per three months, 19 cents per copy Out of county, $6.25 per year, 14 29 and the artificial sop. area tor is involved in this frequently Slated
entertainment about
help provide to not that MondayA
three months.Adwtluni histication just so long and factor. At
per aui months $3 per
BnmMtttlmi Flo Id. Fran ......*. .'_rtlta' fla-l. AaurkM 11....._ **f J for our young people.I then they must speak out or 170 people rely on the hospital no time has a patient ever
1 t tewnrtl.e, N.. y...... N Y.I I Atlut Gar Dmvtt. Hleb would like to state my the chance is lost forever. for either full time or been refused admission to the special called meeting of
part-time employment. Perhaps Venice Lodge, No.
t opinion as to Teen Haven. I Free
I have of
Recently we been exposed Venice Hospital because
I have been director of Teen this would make the and Accepted Masons, will be
I i "II .I : Herbert Clark Hoover Haven since a it was started. Walter to Jenkins the activities which addsto of ho.pltalone of the inability other to or because of held at the Masonic Tempi
1 The people elected to help the list of immoral larger, if not the largest, em- on East Venice Avenue, Monday
long ployer In town. Approximately The Hospital continuously evening at 8 o'clock.
start it were of the opinion
; f I s The big: mn with the cherubic fc, mad and frightened; some wr riding there was a definite need for decay in our government. Mr. $350,000 will be spent In strives to improve upon its The Fellowship Degree will
Jenkins has been the recent
I J '; the kindly demeanor end the high, hard shotgun to prevent the blowing of the some type of recreation. special assistant and close payroll this year and it wouldbe services. Key personnel are be conferred by Richard p.
natural that
to assume Geraci, Junior ami
J encouraged to attend professional Warden,
I ,\ j t tI f 'collar was doing what had won for him levee which would flood them out. Large recreation cities centers have found that associate to Lyndon B. Johnson most of this money will remain meetings to keep the Middle-Chamber Lectura

: I a worldwide ..putation-h.lping thoie in These French-speaUng people were being Juvenile cut downon for 30 years. A few days in our trade area. It Is abreast of continuous changesin will be given by Wade H. Bal.
I :I homes cherfished delinquency. ago it was publlcally announced estimated that another $29,000 their field, new equipment lard Sr, MarshalRefreshments
distress.i uprooted from the thy We have had problems of that Mr. Jenkinswas in purchased services and is continuously being added; will be sera
hauled. to New Orleans and housed cars 'scratching off. Young- sexually perverted. He supplies would be yet another new and improved technics ed following the ceremony
Clark. Hoover
The Htrbert ,
men was In Jackson Barracks For most of themit sters have come to the youth had previously been picked factor in our local economy. and procedure and being George R. Collett Jr., WON
I the time was 1927 and the occasion was the first time In their lives center drinking And if you upon the same charge in the Undoubtedly, the role of the initiated to make for a more shlpful Master, invites all
I the Mississippi: River flood which had was they'dbeen will check the records you lame YMCA in 1959 So, the Venice Hospital in our area efficient organization These Fellowcraft Masons to attend
f 1 I to the city, or hid spent a night will find that Venice police benighted public cries out.
: routed thousands of families! from their
from home. officers have referred themto "You shouldn't pick on a
''hom... away Juvenile Court. Further. sick "
man! I wonder how
j Mr. Hoover moved quietly among more, the ones over 17 yearsof many people in this area realize INTRODUCING the exciting newDEBONAIRE
'I I Mr. Hoover then of cornmere -
I seerttary them them and their been
Assuring quieting age have referred to that the homosexual Is no
I i 4 ., had been snt Into the flood son fears. It wit the sam Herbert Hoover, the local or county court. longer interested in a cure
J : by President Harding to direct federal Since the youth center open. for his reversal, but ratheris
administrator humanitarian
the skilled and
great ed we have had four bands using seeking public acceptanceand
relief of those made homeless by theI
t who had directed relief of the facilities. On several a recognized status in our
r angry Mississippi. hungry Belgium after World War I and occasions It has been used by GREAT SOCIETY. There are ..

I I I t To a young reporter on hit first major who headed such projects In tubs- teenage. and other organizations already numerous areas in BY
many I feel this is
a county our country where the normal
I! Assignment covering Mr. Hoovers activities quest times of disaster problem, since the youngsterscome human is regarded as the : LEWIS HOMES

., rt the greatness of the man was evident Mr. Hoover went on to become 31st to the center from all queer one; I.e., "he is not
i In the quiet, decisive and efficient over the area. one of us" We have numerous INCORPORATED
of the United States, the first We -I
over $3,000
clubs openly devoted to
: t wy In which he went about his task. man to go to the Whit House through from the City of Venice each this flagrant activity. 1 95 E. Shamrock Blvd.

fii"J'1 Because of the flood's threat to Nw business career. He was defeated by year, $2,000 from United Appeal Now, if Mr. Jenkins is sick VENICE GARDENS

Orleans, it wan decided to breach the Franklin D. Roosevelt In 1932 at time and $1,200 from the coun or wishes to engage in these
a ty. The city and activities e 2 FULL BATHS
I numerous then that is truly 2 BEDROOMS
II l levy, below the big city, at a place the nation was In the midst of its wont individuals have worked pathetic. But his close association I PANELLED LANAI OVERSIZED GARAGE
called Poydrn. depression.Mr. hard to give the youngstersa with vital information

Th. threat to their livelihood-fishing, Hoover died last Tuesday at the place to go. We feel we o* our government makes this ) COMPLETELY AIRCONDITIONEDMODEL
:: are working with youths of situation intolerable Why I.It is HOME (located 6 blocks
I I ..I/ hunting and tr.ppin9-W' more of a age of 90. There may be presidents who the age who have outgrown intolerable? The answer is East Shamrock Blvd.INTRODUCTORY. 511 390

; t personal one to the inhabitants of the accomplish more, but none with a bigger the Little League, Scouting simple. A man of this twist on OFFER .
heart and such things for younger. is an easy victim of blackmail .
ri ., surrounding "Cajun" country. Thy were than Herbert Clark Hoover. children.We by any other person or

police officers seethe pervert that knows or shares
I 111\ for recreation centers his secret. And we have
i \ 4. Delinquency, Juvenile & Adult to give the youngsters plenty of foreign spies and
r 1 A something to do besides hang. deviates In Washington just

(: 1, A lot of heat has bn generated over haircuts were hauled Into court and sentenced ing out on the streets and for that purpose.
racing around town
at all But this aspect isn't fright
r ., the problem of [uvenile delinquency In for showing up .t.Teen Haven hours of the night.In ening enough-Lo, the President -

',' this community.That with liquor In their possession.This checking figures over a of the United States
I 10-year period, we find that claims he wasn't aware of
such a problem doss exist Is undeniably pair were not Venice youngsters.
recreation centers DO cut this man's sexual deviation.To .
true. That It It caused by an They were from community 100 miles down on juvenile delinquency say that he didn't knowof I

I !Infinittlslm.tlly! small number of our away Yt it was our youngsters and our I might add that over the Mr. Jenkln's sexual twist
youngsters is equally true. past year we have had a policewoman reminds me of a man whodoesn't
that black
youth center got I *y*.
and a policemanat know his wife's first
The behavior of teenagers In the Venice On suggested solution would b forT
every dance at Teen Haven name after living with her
are Ii no worse than elsewhere; much *.n Haven to Issue membership cardsto to help the director. for 30 years.

betttr than In most placet. area youngsters entitled to its I would be hurt very much, As a popular retired Army
I use as a citizen and as a police Sergeant said to me the oth
I The open meeting last Monday to *1.I facilities. One who showed up without a officer, if something were to er day "Whenever I got a

I I plan the problem was called by group card could be barred; those who can't happen to Teen Haven, since fresh contingent of green recruits -
of well-intentioned citiiwis interested sol- behave could have their cards lifted. the city and its people have I could spot all the
worked so hard to provide a odd balls in the outfit at their
.! ly In seeking out ways and meant to bring: Another Si that parents pitch In and place of recreation for our first cadence count." Amenl! "A NEW HOME TRULY WORTHY OF

I Into line those few who do misbehave.It help make the center a wholesome place young people. Now, parents, what do you

is unfortunate that Ten Haven came for all teenagers to enjoy. From what the It is to be hoped that Teen tell your teenagers (and YOUR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION"
I Haven Is not being used as a yourself) when they ask you
In for the brunt of the adverse comment center officials and juvenile authoritieshad whipping boy for the misbe about the Bobby Baker case?

at the Monday meeting. The reply of the to My, they haven't had much help havior of the few and to the What is so dirty and shame

center1 director the next day answered on this SCOT. detriment of the many. ful about this case that our
I President refuses to have It
,I effectively much of the criticism. Still another Is that parent do some John C. Shockey, thoroughly investigated lest

I I' For one thing, Teen Haven draws stock-taking and set if they are settinga Chief of Police he lose the election? Our

; from elsewhere well example for their offspring. VeniceTo government Is crying for a
youngsters as at
I' !1 thorough haune-clcaning. In t'G 1 4'rd+ta.
I from the immediate area. 3hind every Juvenila delinquent there order to do this it has to start
.. i This was demonstrated In City Court likely can b* found an adult delinquencyOr The Editor: at the top with a forthright,

I t i; Tuesday night. Two youths with ducktail maybe two.11 Due to the efforts of two honest meate to President the bottom.and A man per.
gracious women, the Love-

I //11 3 1..1 I r i Are You Lonely, Fearful? land Children a check School for was$100 the for recipient donated Retarded by of head en controls properly honest of his the,asserts Christian home house himself only example.We and If sets he as.

{, ( H i An English author living In Toronto put each other. The idea Is that ones Ideas the Lights residents MobIlsites.of Harbor must all make up our 1 a ,

II 6. f-H: 'I j en ad In i newspaper's personal column are likely to look lot differently when A dollar a plate benefit dinner minds are going on Nov to continue 3 whether with we

t( 1 I and in e few weeks h* had 2,000 phone they are put Into words. was served at the recrea Immoral decay dishonesty
; I calls end lHrs. tion hall on Oct. 17 Having i w..a. kd .. : A ':r ... M?
: 500 This particular Incident So, the English author Ii gathering to- waste, wheeling and dealing, ? -

h I I I .Indicates two noteworthy things: gather people who art full of fear, lone- sampled by gourmet these two foods women prepared -, and the use of political coercion -. : : I
and blackmail to frighten :
t j ads lot ef linn end have who prefer to remain :7'T- '
4 'I t newspaper gt e response an Inability to communicate anony people Into voting for the }" < '
I I I end there are en awful I lot of people end to hay successful relationshipswith mous, we were eager to tuck status quo even though their '
huge napkins
under chins
i our
f ;" j who consider themselves neurotic wives, children and other membersof and delve into the savory Christian conscience cries J "r

.1 t .I The ad has resulted In the formation of their families.If meal. We were served by a out for a breath of clean air. 4 y, q

t Neurotics which the Idea works host and hostess presiding at Douglas R. Murphy, f dw r e
I4 I Anonymous e group -fin*! But if we get r

Jj I will provide people with a chance to talk very many more of these specialized problem We each enjoyed table seating it immensely 10 persons., M.D.Venice s

:j. I out their fears end frustrations, among groups the few people left who have

t s.1; I other people who have similar problems .absolutely nothing wrong with them may

It it non-mdical adoption of the group have to organize In lelf-dcftm, to avoid Mobile Home Owners Can Save Insurance

: discussion therapy which some piychi that feeling of being different, alone, rejected. $$$ With New Mobile Home

tristt and psychologists have bn using Mr
owners Package Policy Exclusive with
#1 i Instead of reclining on a couch talking to -Rock Hills,, S. C.

; I I r >.I 1 a psychiatrist, the "members" talk to Evening H.r.ldI. Edge-Van Orsdale Agency

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nioy Section The GONDOLIER, Venice, FI,. Sun., Oct. 25, 1964-5 rti
Celebrates Birthdav !
SV Clubs Plan
Joint Dance i I )
I [
Ipectlve members and For Halloween CelebrationSouth I ;

LIM, honored guest will ,

II 1 the/ eleventh annlversjrl. Venice Yacht Club will entertain and refreshments H. I

of the Junior Seo- and South Venice Ladles will be served. Everyone I
vrnice-Nokomts; Worn- Auxiliary will have a Joint is welcome, sponsoring I : :
f Monday at 8 P.m. I r' a Hallowe'en dance at the SV club officers said. I
lob] ks Ir 'i Community Hall Saturday. Tickets are 75 cents and II'
t North Harbor Drive Music for dancing will begin proceeds will go to the buildIng -
r lose, at 8 p.m. Costumes are fund of Loveland Schoolfor
tuck, optional and awards will be Retarded Children.
Luther I IiA
t Ja has ,ranged given for best costumes. For further Information
.ntertalnment. Mrs. During Intermission the Auxiliary Chairman Mrs
n I
0 |oI p. Courtney will be i Y K f8 South Venice Male Quartette Frances Johnson, Yacht Vice- I I Iv
,. accompanied by Mrs .1 Commodore Frank Jones or

I s Hijhtower, and Mrs Hospital Gets Frank Bern m, Loveland _
ower and Mrs. Boone School finance chairman, : j

I present Frederick a piano Strammer duet. $500 Gift From may be called.

1I 1I I e In charge of decora- r t iIhry Myakka\ ChapterMyakka PTA Open House ,.

eases will be Mrs Meet Set For " ,1"" '
Chapter, Daughters 1 ,
p Goodman, Mrs of the American Revolution ) .H 1 :,. "'
I e H wheeler Jr., Mrs 7i5 iw'j voted at their Wednesday Monday EveningA I :
|rd A. Vitale and Mrs. J. e i meeting to contribute .
|rd Vaughn. Mrs Roberte $500 to Venice Hospital to "Back-to-School" Open I
chairman, will be In furnish a lounge in the new House will comprise the first I LEGAL SECRETARIES of Sarasota County had their "dayIn .,
f hospital addition. meeting of Venice Junior- court" Tuesday at Venice City Court during the County .I
,e.'r honored guests will Jy if Plans were also made to attend Senior High School PTA Mon Legal Secretaries Assn. education weeK Judge John Blair, .
..ellrs. J.Fergus HuntGman' day at 7:30: p.m. at VHS caf-
president, an organizational meetIng seated, talked with them before court convened. Shown. I,
Club eteria.
i Section's two senior of the Allapatta Chapteron The event is an excellent tested on hit left it Mrs. Richard W. Miller and on hit right,
U I., Mrs. Henry Lake the Siesta district Key on Nov. 20 and opportunity for all parents to Mrs. Julia M. Ballard Standing. Standing, left to right, are
meeting Tuesday
'[rb T S. Carpenter. In Fort Myers. Planning to meet the faculties and to familiarize Mitt Dorothy Kirkpatrick, Mrt. Ethel Long, Mrs. Helen Jarot, I .:
.junior Section was or.d KP DUTY li an important part of any party Polishing punch glasses are hostesses, left attend the latter are Mes- themselves with the Mrs. Ethel Leonard, Mrs Hope {Pierce and Mrs./ Helen.
In 1953 with Mrs. and members of the Junior Section of Ven- to right, Mrs Edward Vitale, Chairman Mrs. dames Frank Mulhern, Har- new scheduling and curricu- Merwin. Other association member present were Mrs Mil .. '
'e E. YounKberg/ Jr. as ice-Nokomii Woman'i Club are seeing that Robert Hardee, Mrs J. Howard Vaughn, lie Brant, J. C. LoughUn, lum, officers said. dred Curry, Min Genie Farlcai, Mrs. Virginia White, Mrt.
airman. It came Into the plant underway for their eleventh anniversary Mr*. David P. Goodman and Mrt. Frederick Harold Clapp and Regent Teachers will be in their Karen Walker, Mid Eleanor Carpenter and Mr*. CharlesF.
.nCI II who because were members young event ,Monday will go smoothly. Strammer, decoration chairman. Mrs.The William Allapatta Grove.Chapter was ents' answer par Wrist.

club were unable to at. assumed a dental project as the Junior Assembly and CoUllion Roslyn! Lumley, Charles organized by Mrs. Harry OES Gives Public Lunch, Card Party
!the noon meetings and their major civic contributionten as projects. Mrs. Robert Wynn, John Meadows, James Albers, a past-regent of the Refresher ClassIn Venice Chapter 248, Orderof Mrs. Ralph Anderson, "
nod separately for night years ago. Mrs. Edward Jones heads this committee local who
Dunaway, Dorothy Koenlg, chapter now livesIn the will Chairman .
Eastern Star
I sponsor asks that reserve.tions
ngs Vitale is chairman of that this year. Dale Boudreau, Sam Herron, that area. The state regent, MedicationsSet a public luncheon and be made Tuesday. I
y have maintained their project this year. Past chairmen are Mrs. Ward Wright and Lewis Hes Mrs. George Elam Evans, by I
card party on Thursday at Table and door prizes will be "I:
major projects, having Last year they also adoptedLittle Youngberg and Mesdames ter. will be guest speaker at the TuesdayRegistration 12:30: pm. at Masonic Tem given A $1 donation will be '
Allapatta meeting. ple. requested..
New members welcomedInto for a refresher ,
rse Show Aids Theatre Spotlights Forty Attend the chapter Wednesday course in medications for '
were Mrs. Clarence Dunn and all area licensed practicalnurses J JOn
ot Club FundScholarship VNWC Mrs. Carroll Whiteformer, recently inactive will YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS f
Performers In PartyForty associate members who have be held at 829 S. Nokomis
First Play women attended the now transferred here.It Ave. Tuesday at 7 p.m. Auto Insurance t tI
Venice Nokomis Woman's was announced that the The beginning date of the I 1. LOW RATES .
boric show on Nov. 1, Editor's Note) The Little Force and active participation Club social bridge afternoon group had received a certificate 30-hour course, to be taughtIn 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS ",
ored by Pilot Club of Theatre, Venice's amateur in the theater might Wednesday at the club and award for a recipe submitted three-hour weekly sessions, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY 't
ota, will benefit the theatrical group, turns Its seem a difficult task, but not slams were bid and made by: for Inclusion In a nat- will be announced at that
ap'i $500 scholarship second spotlight on the performers so for patrolman Bill Kruger, five couples. ional press cookbook. time. The course Is being
1 lion( a Sarasota County who will take partIn who ably holds down the They were Mesdames William Mrs. Grove presided and sponsored by Sarasota County &
.>ho will graduate from the first offering of the part of Father Baker, a man Gilmour, Harry Ruben. presented the speaker, Dr. Community School and :
school next year. season on Nov. 4. Htar-role ufacturer whose wayward koenig, H. L. Bartholomew, Richard P. Eckles, who dis- class fee will be $3. ,
award is given in memo performers were discussed sons are both "bums," in the H. S. Pratt (two), J. Verne cussed the Saramana SAR Instructor will be Mrs. :f fI
01. charter member, In an article Thursday: strictest sense of the word to Phillips, Roy L. Merritt, Joseph Chapter. Claire McDonough, RN, of 116 W. Venice Avenue
ace McClurkin, by the By: EMILY THOMAS A. Welgler and Walter Dessert was served prior to the Venice Hospital staff. Director _-I 4 .. ;
which is a classified: This week's Little Theatre him.Since his arrival from Mil Scott (two). the business meeting. Mrs. of Nurses Virginia Telephone 488-2289 J
m'l service organlza- spotlight falls on the actors ton, Mass, Officer Kruger Hostesses were Mesdames Harlle Brant and Mrs. George Plausky may be called at
Olficers stress that all who portray the roles of has given fine performancesin Mariner Lawrence, Frank Devlin presided at the tea Venice Hospital for further t
ota County female grad- Mother and Father Baker In "Arsenic end Old Lace" Morrison and Atwood Cole table. information. :
to-be are eligible and the play ,"Come Blow Your and "Love Rides the Rails." Door prize winners were Mesdames 1.., .
they have never had an I Horn," slated to open on November He has two staunch rooters In W. S. Rhinehart, I
ant from South County. 4 for a four-night run his wife, Beverly, and daughter Charles D. Worstall and.Clarence JJ 71j ''I. I
show will be held at 11 at the Theatre on Airport Pamela Ann. To add to Ball.Change. 9 _
at Sandor Farms In Avenue. his diversity, he has done extensive
ulle. Details are Ine Delores Yerkes, a veteran study at the School of
of Mrs Susan Potterer performer to whom the most Music at Boston University I In Grange ;
; Mrs. William Moss- important things in life are Acting, however, appears to
and Misses Dorothy Rob- to have a clean apartmentand be a family trait, since one Meeting AnnouncedA 1

and Mary Connell, alle peace In the family and cf his better known relativesIs change in Grange meet- *
1 in Central Florida'man' who to no end to achieve Otto Kruger, the famous
goes Ing place from Venice Civic
Assn. Judging
these goals actor. Center to the home of Miss :
be by Miss Judy Steph- Mrs. Yerkes came to Ven Rehearsals are now being Etta Huntley of 23 FrancesSt. 1
,accredited. by assoc- ice a number of years ago/ held under the direction of ., Nokomis, Wednesday at i ;
i from Asbury Park, N. J. George Maher, a veteran In 7:30: pm. is necessitated because 1 I
warded bom and in trophies each event.will and has been quite active in that capacity with the Little of Civic Center altera 11 First & Finest Shopping Area 1I
various civic organizationssince Theatre. Ticket sales will be tions.
'ci scheduled are: Stock andr her arrival. Her fine held the week of the play A Hallowe'en theme will be /
equitation, Junior I
theatrical talent has been only, at Beall's DepartmentStore used by the hostess who Is
; western pleasure, Jun. evidenced In her In the Venice Shopping of
id senior English jump- performances I arranging a program DAZZLING SPARKLING
bareback; and as the Mother SuperiorIn Center with reservations for games. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I
jumping/ teacher seats being taken during that Hicks will be in of
"High/ Ground, the charge '
sh pleasure, and barrel $
junior and senior In "The Desperate Hours," time. Tickets will also be I refreshments. All Grangersare ft-. BARGAINS VALUES! J
and as Mrs. Hopewell In sold at the theatre the nights welcome, Miss Huntley
"Love Rides the Rails," the of the performances. said.

W To Meet last play of the season last

t Marti Home college year.Her son student, Robert, was, now also a Men Gardeners Visit Nursery DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP 1 J

iillan Women's Fellow- active In the Little The
quite Members of the Men's Gar seed and fur- START NOWI! USE OUR
GI 1 First Christian Church atre during Ms high school any SWEATERS )
Venice will have their I den Club of Venice and their ther handling of the seedling
!bet days. Mrs. Yerkes a wives went by chartered bus must be done under extreme BYI SHIRTS 'i
meeting Wednesday degree from the College of I XMAS LAY-AWAY I-I .
o 30 a m. at the home of New Rochelle, N. Y., where to visit Herstrom's Nursery I sanitary conditions to ward JACKETS J. .
Paul Marti of 248 E. she was active In theatrical in Oneco on Oct. 9. off any possible fungus or ROBES .
rock Blvd., Venice Gar- 'work. She presently holds a The object was to see and other plant diseases. ,
position with a local law learn first hand, how top The seedlings, when considered 231! W. Venice Ave.-488-6776-Medical Center Bldg. 225 W .Venice Ave. Ph. 488-1620 I f
v,. Richard McClennan firm. quality annual seedlings are large and strong enough, '
ronduct the study theme.light officer produced. are then transferred from
t luncheon will be Mixing In a the career Venice as an Police Herstrom's Nursery, a retail flats to individual porous peat VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY .' r t'
ed. and wholesale concern containers and moved to

ladles of the church and Stamp Club Heard covers about four acres andproduces another area and, again sunder AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings ,
friends are invited. 200 varieties of an- controlled light and moisture -
Regional Officer nuals from seed yearly i conditions, are hardenedor Sato Service Supplies We Repair All Mates Watches Silverware Jewelry
Members learned that sill' seasoned to a degree necessary -
ftodisfs Mrs Maryette Lane of Stuart Merrick, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair
Meet soil used Is a blend of Florida to make them stout
St. Petersburg regional vice- ("sand") soil and 20-25% enough to hold up under the W. Venice Ave. 488-3119
nday For Study president of Florida Federation Canadian peat moss. This rigors of weather changes. 235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473
id session of the MethJiurches' of Stamp Clubs, will be
mixture is very thoroughly The process of germination,
l the Venice
study course, guest speaker sterilized, of two growth and seasoning usually
e Church's Mission Stamp Club meeting Tuesdayat gasses guaranteed using one to producethe requires 30 days TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN p
"( New Nations," is set 7:30: p.m.
The meeting will be held at desired results. Petunia seed cost ranges Today thru Wednesday Today thru Tuesday ] '
let onday. Nokomis at 9:30: Methodist a.m at the community room of Sar. Seeds are places In flats from $48 to $650 per ounce.It MAIL BOXES & STANDSWith I 7
rch. 'asota Federal Savings and and growth allowed to grow was learned that one ounce "KISSES FOR "THE UNSINKABLE !, .
under the most carefully con. of petunia seed will produce Block
e Assn. I L
following will Loan
held session interested' are trolled temperature and humidity 365,000 plants, of which only I MOLLY BROWN" I i I .
Nov. All persons
2 at 7:30: p.m. City & Rural $7.10
% salable. up
9m. Is Invited. invited. conditions. In addition, some 50 are Fred MacMurray and"RHINO" i
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213 W. Venice Ave Ph. 488-4909 t"
Polly Bergen t
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Tie, have always been Impressed with
man with Typewriters, Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated) : I
*to act In the good work he has performed as COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER .
61 Public . i i. young . and wise . ." Chemically Cleaned-Just l2.50Plui Parts If Required

wiled for the | 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 211 W. Venice Ave. 4884119



COUNTY ; ( ) System RECORDS OFF ; :

Hr: Mon thru Frl. 9 'til 5 Sat. by Appolntm.ntEVON'S

PHELPS If no answer call 488.1738 SOME STEREO 1 h
R. I
GLEN 209 W. Miami Ava. Ph. 488-3849 W. Venice Ave Next door to Venice P.O. +

WE'RE OPENI I Come on In ya'll! . FOR tl


Pull Lever 12A :
SOURCES ALL OF THE PEOPI.E. ... .,.... L r 7r,
PI ,, wanes M. GoooIrIeh, eademae r tMaryale r Trek -
121 W. Venice Ave Ph. 488-5470
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GONDOLIER. Venice FU. Sun. Oct. 25. 19MpcCENT I Fifi LoT Our

y MIllY JUII'i"

Limit One With $3 or Mora Order FOLGER'S (CoUn..4 from rage 1)) St. Petersburg. 'The M,
Cutsup is always the ?
same to
tight on the button. script '
they'd win all4
She predicted
. I the final series game, even always youthful Frei The 111/III1urt/
INSTANT Collee 12 era U they'd pitched little : LaTour'1IId
Its 15c Butch Yatkeman, the the ceslonally. !? ppn
Card dubhouM boy. They old:: stripper designations). ("
t but
Butch they
didn't pitch
f SAVE ** Patrons of the art
SAVE IOc WNAIIOH won m the pulsating!
i How did Tin LaTour fet days, fall to

p 1 I : Coffee Mole C s"";;' aI" Interested'Well, recalled in soothsaying Tifl H?, LaTour.Crepe and They of&ale recall talk of TOUch e fclT,
6 9 Tomutoes 'ahe was a and of COUrae there
SAVE of Bob Bauman tin CanUI'll' Gypsy Rae Lee, ,, JJ1gle
I : 6n. SlIt 39c i I' 36c treln.r."Sb. Hart, but M Tuft
and Bob tint met Tour. At least
] I,! : 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ 303 10 C many' yean ago at the club made the majors ate
I", I ct Cui Plantation In St. Louis, The Cardinals don't pea
; CELIE ,. where the wan a stripper.They'vs To them Fill Ia red
i , sAYtI been fart friends she is big league
;, ilnce. .At first,"contecaptain -
I ' ..rrmammmNSr.W Before ending the Interview Kenny Borer. I
THRIFTY MARL TOMATOJuice Fit! II proudly pulled. thought she wes
W r Tn ffmar iPl ce !ll/Uo.lbr; lIood'fhinq8bEat out a batch at newspaper Then the last coup] a
: clippings telling of the ex- weeks we all started\
I ploiu of the mpterlouaclalrYo1ant. ting letters. She wan
'If; ; fog in some of the thiu
The she liked the beat she predicted. She add
I! I PrkM Effertfr. Oct. 26* Tin 28tt 46.10III was this one column written by: pennant would be won
i .\;; W.6ir. SAVI tOe-lUCKY LlA'A'PLI C. 5Ci' baseball columnUt: Dick the last day. by UI,
A Young In the New York said the Phil would goto
; VENICE STOREONLY Top Dally: Newt during the their slump long bel
1 25 ei. SAVE they did.
World Serie: And the Dam
i I Value S Duee ISc __ !".' Fin Ja the patroness of she uses, they're rte
f: D Tw. the St. Louis ballclub. The funny"
a QsMtftv tyta BtimeJ DEEP SOUTH Cardinals don't know who The names are Chan,
Stamps or Flfl LaTour really or they are off- olor
i what ahe looks like but In Via claims to go WON
'f Ii B their minds' eye she Is the ference with them beL
ntte' face of Sophie Loren stuckon coming up with her
R, I .at.Y Foods. u ."ae ,.$1 00 the body of Jayne nosticatlons Sort of aunt pros,

I :, II I t :Mansfield and she has thesoul ental seance."Here's .
Play 2 lh. of Spring Byington\ and the first ones!IIQ
j .: ; t if :jar: I t SAVE -CLEANSERAjax Jar/ S9c they lore her very very' this year," said Doc Bin
and he
\ much to the depth of their man produced i
j I., flattered hearts."I much fingered poetcirt
'r!I Rot. C. 10 C SAVlI6c started getting port The message was In *
,;; : Limit Tw. a.emaaa.rsIt cards this summer, says ink and it said: "rirllll,
1 r DURANDSWEET Johnny.Keane. "At first I ways right winning ptr
thought it was a man writIng centage .590! or leit"'l'be.
d! "ONEYIO" SAVI 20 FISCHER'S All ORIB them and then one dayI the afterthought Beat Alvin !
potatoes said to Doc Bauman: Dark"

; : I 6 Pak 12.a' Caw Who 1s :rill LaTourT He Then there was a utn
\ Beer 6ge 'udd'Are you getting those one, a letter, which befit
j I LimitOth.rTw.. Wish .... 2Va letters, too?' Then he told "I told you 10 days ago th
', I .... C- C me all about her." Phils would slump,and bo)
17 It turned out that Bau- have they!" '
Food-HisA8argGame SAVE fe CAMPBELL'S TOMATO man the Card trainer begin Further down, the letle
&. getting letters and postcards advised: "Set aside CM
from Fin a year hour every day for Coos
f I CASH 7c V' .i earlier. At first the cards to worry. Get him a rat
''I': 734 Soup Unit FNT With TARNOW CHIP were like those from most log chair to rock and mr""
j .UerMoreOnlMLAXD fans 'rooting hard; telling ry." It was signed, "n:
: PRIZES them to keep it up when LaTour old stripper) Tat
or Beef they were winning, and to 'Em Off!I"
I Nothing To Buy! COME IN cheer up when they wen Says Boyer: ''Its her pndlctlons -

I''' j GET YOUR "ONLY 19" CARDAT t"Suilines :. 19, 3'4' or. 'i losing.Then, this year. Fill La- have been on Individual fantastic the
3 Sc There's letter
Tour began making prediction one we JK
e e ::
KWIK CHEK *. just before the last IJIM
rift Is all right says with the Mets"
arsasamuawwaarraararssscrasss smmsaslmaataalsmsrm!
) 1- Bill White. "Shes a good Doc Bauman product
) 0' SUNSHINEBUTTER SQUARD CUT FROZEN SHOULDER SHOULDER ., CHUCK old gal She told me I was the letter. It read: 'Brock
gonna hit .300 when I was will run wild Flood Bow
hitting .240. Yei," he said and Tiny Tim will die\
LAMB ROAST LAMB CROPS "There really Is a Fifl.La- them In."
I 1 ." 'It sounds," said Boyer,,
; TA first the Cardinals ".. if it were written ate
\ 1 Data Per Pound were skeptical about I'll!. it was over."
J >, 49c 39 49 the way most people are On Monday Doc Boon
'I LImIt One Wig Per Pound Per Pond about miracle workers. eagerly awaited the mailman -

; $3 tf Mere Order They thought she was some ,, but there was nothfy
I gag Doc Bauman had from Florida Tuesday vu
dreamed up. The Doc would empty too and at the wort.
rrmssammsmammasarss! be rubbing them down, and out Doc Bauman Hid'
I he'd sort of "I'm starting to She
W-D BRAND LEAN FRESH ILL MAR QUICK( nOL con INSP. W-0 BRAND QUICK nOL maybe say once every casually week or hasn't come through worry with

two: "Hey, fellows, I heard her World Series predic-
FRYER Parts .from Flit LaTour today" tlon"
J S GROUND BEEF TURKEY Breast and he'd poet the letter or Today, there was a phase
card on the bulletin boardin call. "I heard from Moo
Breast with Ribs . ifc 59c the rubbing room and said Doc exulting "Six
C they'd gather around and says we won't come back
I gar P ak $119 Per Pound 6 9 Drumsticks . e . u. 49c laugh. from New York. She Wmwe'll
Then the players beganhearing win it there.
Thighs . . . u. 49c from Fifl Some of I Just cancelled my hotel!
the cards were postmarked reservation at the Chase tor
Miami, but mostly they next Wednesday. Us newspapermen
IIA came from Venice Fla, a never got stored
PALM RIVER SIKEDBacons BRAND COVT INSP. GRADE A FROZ. POPULAR BRANDS OF town on the Gulf of :Mexico wrong: by those old ltn\ >
I about 70 miles south ofNokomis .

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: JIlt 9 C $.. 59 K a" $.. 63 MART ALICE MURRAY
; I Wieners lit. Molt CitUi Lb. ., 'Telephone 4SS-IS49

i t CRACILRI' GOOD Sav.20c C... Sm2fc
I The Paul Worthingtons say It Is We the fso
I Biscuits have returned from a three often sung "When
"L S month's vacation .in Ken lights go on all over tworld.

: I :FRES H ;PROPUC tucky. ." The nelghborboo.
.I, .0- perks up when we tanI
I ,Mrs..Minnie Thiel is back these lights on.40
''I' t 4 RED BLISS with us once more. Her -
il r former home was in Long, Mr. and Mrs B.WS*
Island: She spent the summer came in one night this
I p visiting Long Island relative and we are glad to tea 6"

j jt Potatoes 5-29 c and friends.0 I
; The world's tallest
Yr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks tree, a California coast
t of Nokomis wood, towers 867.8 feat
'1 are back to spend
1 I and measures ** fed *
FANCY CRISP MciNTOSH the winter.
Carrots 2 Fun 25C 2 LIr.29c Mrs. Helen..0-Ely: has spent girth, _
;ij ij the summer at Franklin
[ Lodge in Northern Wisconsin Little League
I DlXIlDARliNOHAMBUROEITOR'i Mrs. Laura Bennett of

I Wiener Buns 2 B w< "IL< 29c Ravenna has Improved Street.rapidly Nokomis from Meeting Set

DOWNY HAKE FROZEN her recent surgery at Sara-
) ( IOta :Memorial Hospital and
', will be home before the weekIs For Thursday
: I Cinnamon Buns / Pak PII., 29c up.

t, DIXIE DARliNG FAMILY IOAP i - Gulf LIttle Le.gue Bared
Waffles 10FRESH The David Moultons of a meeting of all parenll

i Bread 2 2o .. Lr.. 43c 01. Pkg. Grove Street. Nokomis, have boys participa In the
coma back from their home o to
lit Moody, :Maine where it :other: interested perrSon1
: ,I FRESH FROZEN bas been more than quite Thursday night In the Vel al
e Ie SI" *>:. 59c cool these) put few weeks High School cafeteria
e Syrup They are enjoying the Florida

HERB OX Strawberries 4 tooL.' ... 99cBoullhon sun once again. P'A nominating slat commI ot11: to
David's brother Ted and will submit a 011
Cubes ''. ,12Ct21 cFrV In. Moulton have also returned considered to serveboard M
I LIBBY'S FROZENEnglish this week and are of director. GI
SUGAR early settled in their home.They the election of the U
spent the summer at aced for the 1965 sea m

l' Cookies. . '. w s. n, 39c Peas 10 u. Ph. 19' Long Maine.Beach East Sebago be ber.elected by board' rl

The present laved
NINE AYES .0- last Thxsd
With all these returnees we rectors voted thai
Cat Food 2 6I CIIII 29c to advise Osprey wfflw. ?
Junior division hers ',..,,l
NINE LIVES KIDNEY CREAM GRAVY EXTRA. I EXTRA. EX.rnA1 ftt-Efecf to be expanded I to .
I I I Uft1:
i il -Mw. wNW.- .qYi MMIM- RAYMOND number of "**:.,
mum {
Cat Food.. 2 6V4x. & 35c Crocdde'O.edJ -7.--- District H.. Z'' GOP can operate to" advised'''ons that;
I Word SI lw MoreCovpm
J Catty 'wi. g Osprey will bs
I 1 I NINE.UVES lIVER A CREAM GRAVY Vottf Thra M tt PILI. ... 59 C I Seltzer' 59c Ij Justice/ of Peace they will have to m them" JJj

CeuM v....Lr." ode 2. ,CwpM VoM Vn' OH UAT ,.M political ad visions to operate'
Cat Food. 2 6YJ.loc. 35c j A ANT WINM! BI H 0 ITWIK f MjK fTI WIIoI'U"'IOUWlIC' If ANT" WiMN:OHH' 0 e'rMlf f pft" league in 186'IL..The .


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eMIR.aAMtMIYh, ? R.IIRA I fHA Members Sell I The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Sun. OCT. 25, 1968.
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h IN at i MTATB or For Civic Work THE GONDOLIER !
bolo...... ----- JMOMord Probito Pita. No. TIN t .
"" NOTICE TO CREDITORS Book (Containing the favorite li
ADS Houses For Sole AOA1NST SAID ESTATE. horn economics teachers are 11:1'
RentalsGOOD Female Help YM oro koroor coUtlod .n d noulrad RAMBLER DODGE (
being told by Venice High
5040 .
CASH RATES o .beat. d.und whl.h I rou
1 BEDROOM, 2 bath home, LOCATION. Suitable Wanted My IIFLOYD ALLEN.: ae GARDNER x.ate RI i School Future Homemakers >IS S. Temtsmi Trail .88.3965-481-6150 ;,

screened porch, utility for office or small shop. =.0, 1.0. d 5manta Gun!', I of America. SPECIALIST IN. .

12-Word MinimumONE room, carport, gas heat, large Call 488-8324 or Inquire 141 W. HOUSEKEEPER: Cook T. ORARAM 1. the..MN._. .1 0.H.....,. Jade JONN. The 38 members are offerIng ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

corner lot In Venice Gardens. Venice Ave.BEDROOM. white age 8040. Nice In UM Oount. Court ROHM ot Soro.Mto three different volumes Breda Repair Lubricate Chan!
'1._ wltklo oil, ollonitormonth desserts II
INSERTION Inquire at '488-4478. home. References required. containing salad and
from the dale of the Front End.lIqnment Oil ' f
tintSUblleatloB ,
2 HOUSE fur State salary Reply Box 748, of aba Notloo.Kook meat recipes in a member Change : I
8e Per Word 2 BEDROOM, Florida room, nished. Laurel. Florida I. W.. Venice. arts w aomond Mart bo Inwrlbni. sales contest. A salad recipe Front End Overhaul Adjust .....dllgh.. Bum ,

carport, utility room. Landscaped room. $70 monthly No pets or the; ploo. ood of .IB..dopliaa..':> ..4| port dull offloo ototo. book will go to the winner. Wheel Belsnelnq I. Electrical Repels I I I j',

ready for occupancy. children. 488 3818.I WANTED Luncheonettehelp. "ddnai of tko I ob.ll M"a Miss Bonnie Au is the recently e Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard !
.. ..., .
SUNDAY AND THURSDAY South Venice, $8,300'Phone Apply in period at W. hlo attornori br tho.h.U ho hi. Mont or. elected president of Radio Repain Trammliiton RepairAllconditioning '

48W707. ten".IM.ti.Miol..... ..h......,. "....,. T. Grant's, Rlalto Shopping II.Tl flllBf I f- and aoooaiponlol oor itieb ololraor orn the group Wendy Dillon is I'
I $ '
70c Each d.fn.uad. 501 Center. domand BO| oo fllod oii.ll ho w44. Repain and Inttellation i '
On. LOU vice-president. Angle Jennings
8ACOBI. "bbaa Tho flllni.r- ho oddod to th.moont .
DREAM of :. iris form. treasurer Connie
HOME do It ron ; Au '
your 4 ROOM ." ....... '
DUPLEX. 2 bedrooms > tree tho .
Household GoodsSOFA. J.d. '
Additional Wordy self secretary Penny Shattuck !
5s Each bargain bonus 2 BR .111.. ; ,
Hi screened-In porch. KLFZABETH: OARDNER, historian and Latrelle Grif
Bath ,
large LR, central ]
heat Seasonal Roberts Bay Drive 2pc. brocade modern a. Etooatrix of th. Scab fin, i FUELOID
reporter.The AIM** *.. hi .|M.I. southern colonial. Just Nokomis. Phone 488 1333. overstuffed foam rubber of Flor4 Alloa OBrdnor, DoOBUod .
.' East girls .
-.. N.sYa.less II oon"to. to of Church ol Naiarine, are conducting
for cane iMortloB.' M onto with slip covers like new ABLAIR various for the
IMortlof: IfcoNoflor South of Venice on Hwy 41 ON THE BEACH at Casey AND DEAN com I
ass . seals l Sheen. of II oonu .Y and Seaboard Ave. Best offer Key, 1 and 2 bedroomapartments. Cost $600 sell. $195. Exceptional P. O Box 1171. munity and club. They are II Run Out of Fuel '
CHAIR Vera, Florid.ttomw
J. Uio Condollor P O. Overstuffed
24 dolls for
for oot dressing Christmas I'
r,,..brr In mil* r llBMUIod\ over $4BOO.OO takes. Call 924- Seasonal, $1,000 Swivel Barrel-type for Iiomtrlx. Wh"
Y 0581, Sarasota and $1,200. Call Don Heath, SPECIAL, $25. MIRROR chair: Antique P.bll" Oot II. II. II N... 1. 1114nUSBKLL I washing for the homeowner's Salvation Army windows ;. p1 Oil This Winter? I :

488-2151 or 488-6688. brass candelabra IN 'MIl COUNTY 8T.mnZ' COURT I
CLASSIFIED TAKE OVER Mortgage pay. 13" wide 18" long special IN AND ova SARASOTA COUNTY I and collecting clothes And Let Us Put You On A I !
FLORIdA IN PROBATE for the needy. !
One Edition, per Inch. :$3.OC merits. No money down. I & 2 BEDROOM houses nicely $20. ETCHING Original 1st IN t1Et ESTATE Or I CALL

Both Edition, per Inch. .$3.50 Screened-In porch 3 bedrooms furnished. Walking dieance price Canadian Internal'l Exposition . b HIATT. Monthly "Fill-Up" Basis! ;
Cooowrd. ,
2 baths: Located In to beach. Utilities In. Toronto of girl's NOTICE TO Probes"CREDITORS Ale No. TIM Legal i I i

Venice East. Use for home or cluded. Fishing and boating TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
LINER ADS it will make a terrific Investment Yearly or seasonal. 488-8127 head. $12 CABINET 18x15- RAVINO CI.AIM8 OR DEMANDS INVITATION TO BID HELSER FUEL SERVICEPark i I
Per Inch $$15,358 mortgage Tow a. ,-, ,
other Tho Bon* of Pnblta InitrnetloB offi.rosot
Many exceptional small doaonVwbleh'roa
$13868 monthly payments.Phone APARTMENTS to '110 oar ids&. or Count Florid. will rontv. South
Items. 1829 Caribbean Dr. BOT how ...I..t the Fiuto: of Lift
hid. for
reasonable Walk to beach Group Inuirueo for luonptoriwo i :
958-8985 ask (Coral Cove), Sarasota. RUSSELL L. HIATT. op to I ltd r.M., NoTomboilo Ph. 488-4144 Ph. 488-495 ,1
for and shopping. Call 4883447.Evenings. ImiMij |re. Soruoto Oonntr .. .. '
CANCELLATION or Gordon. !I. .: .1rI. ledto U offlo. of tho A I
474-2589 Florldo tho of H... lOHli out Suporlntondmt Dltlilon of Biulr I WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS !
ADJUSTMENT T. ORAHAhl. ......Ia Coantr Judea. .. ... .,io., Bnhool., e' --
2 BEDROOMS 2 Baths Ileal'Gulf. Misc. For Sale la too Countr Gael R... ot s._ F'cIo.ICI' -... .t.., ........., !
Kta. FlorMB within .Ix r.l.r.rt.rmonth 'I II
Itquetti for cancellation\ . . By Appointment. Ph. Wanted To Rent FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS ., from the d... ol th. fist mllablo Bt Uiiftlc. ',I
-TiMlc.tlon of 'Ie Notlro. .e. tO..n
or idiuitment beeeui of error 4884217. ........ ,t LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
Fuel oil deliveries. S&H' oloin or mmt bo lawrltlnr. Dl'.bk. of Builntm B s..I ., I EXQUISITE ,
mot be mad for Thunday RENT OR BUY, 1 or 8 bed Green Bad I. dovllootoi oh.ll .(." .11I.... 1411 JUtton I I ,4
DON'T MISS THIS ONE) room, a bath In South Venice Stamps. Standard the ploo> of roildnw. ond ooit ofdoi Bust, 8.TOMU. Florida.Tho .
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.mMI Heating Service. Across from Odd._ of too n.lm.nti .h.ll bo Band of Piibll. In.trortlon ofBiruote I EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I 't
Widow must :2 area. Phone 488-5473. .was to "or the CI..*..., hi. ...
go north rt or Goa.' Florid., ... lh.rliiht '
For rv
Monday. Sunday GONDOLIER fire station 468.4053.FIREPLACE .. ,
bedroom :2 bath home. Nearly b. ottortifri ...11 .. .......* II,Tl flllnt f. and ., ,irh .
BEFORE 5 to wale our and ell foroi.ltUoi .
p.m. on new. A real sacrifice at Business Personals WOOD for sale or dom.nd eat oo mod .h.U .ho Told' lolnlne. thortto I style favorite .n '
Thursday. Make offer. Phone 488-1683 Tho ( > .dnrd to th.nmooitt in your 8
11750.( Ir IllnodiHERBERT
Very central near 'r"'I: .. .
I. n> ceramic into beautiful lamp
or or
shopping centers Byron Mar- b.. from tho JndiolifflOB r firm. (Tetra" .. I tt ,;
Phone 488.3125 Dressmaking, alterations USED ADMIRAL REFRIGE. . nand .1 Pn011e 1..1. I I t'
kle Realtor. Phone 488-4709. aa_ Coats. FIorIcIo.l'ublloh' ; Kntyllng/
draperies, etc! Reasonable RATOR, 8-cu. ft., in good BLAXrHB!: B. MATT ,
condition. Phone u AdmlnbtratHx. ot the BitoU Dot It, 1M4. All Lamp Ktpairt ,
I 114I,. U.t.......... .......... Print 488.1138BOOKKEEPING 488-3509. of BuoNll L. BloU, DmonO. i
For Sale y....... I Mr u.,......... Mad,. ttornorttlono ,I Mart by Experienced Deiigneri one
Houses Owmr 100 JACOBS iM-SIIT Income 144 0. FT. G.E. UPRIGHT ) : Burfm, Koro t hneo I
Tax State-Federal Wage FREEZER, excellent condition ..o Florida. Craftsman 11

CITY OF VENICE MODERN 2 Bedroom IU Reports Personal 'Typing $125. Phone 488.5681.8FT. Pobllolll 0... U. 1e. t. H.... I. It.C COUNTY JUDGE

On beautiful Nokomis Ave. Baths like new, furnished your home, Champion typist COUNTY JUDGx7 COURT THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. '
I Il 1
or unfurnished. Will sacrifice. 30 years experience. Nominal REFRIGERATOR good hf AND AIR SARASOTA COUNTY DEMOCRAT .
J I Bedroom 1 Bath home 905 Cypress, Edgewood Section condition. 4000. Phon 488. FLORIDA PROBATE 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA "'
with Florida room, living Fee. Charles Z. Helms. 1752 IN RE. ESTAT'lI OF Nov. Srd, 1964 iPd. _
with I Banyan Drive, Venice nl.I 3912 ETHEL: MAY YOUNG l Pol Ad.. br about. candidate I
room fireplace, diningroom Phone LOWRY KEYBOARD ORGAN Daw.d fllo 1'1"' ,. TIM
kitchen. City water, 488.5254.TYPEWRITERS. NOTirB TO CREDITORS fs
Real Estate I blonde for. home
lever, sidewalk paved and Adding club church, restaurant Like HAVINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDI
itreet. Beautifully
landscaped I BEDROOM HOME near Machines (mechanically op- new. Cost $795 sell $350 You an bate BotlfM sad nmlrod H

A real. buy a r at.12900. schools stores and playground crated) Chemically cleaned ZENITH ALL-CHANNEL 19" to fllo inr.aUlo or domaad. whlrh roo
mar anlMt the Eitato of
.. Rent or sell, only S7S like new Just $12050 plus Portable TV with roller Fth.l Mar Younr, Dooouol, late ofSarawta \
Spanking new, 2 bedroom,. month. Ph. 4881231. parts if required. All makes It and. Perfect $50 1629 Caribbean Conntr FlrnHda in tho offle.I .
., t'.
et N. JOHN .
I Itt bath home. With central GRAHAM Swot.ILUb
Venice Stationers 211 W. Dr. (Coral Cove), Ear- l..d.. .r the. (Joe." Court
heat and air conditioning Venice Av.488-8113. asota H.. at Rr.ota, ....rlda. withh ..4xnand.
City water, sewer side Wanted To Buy ., .onthe .0.s the data .1
I pnhllutloa of Ible NotI.
walk Close to shopping.Well Boats For Sale ...leh .l.lra or fcmanil. ainrt .. la I
financed Priced at 2 OR S BEDROOM. 1H-2 bath SHEPARD ." t 11 < 1
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house. distance to t0. ph. d '. u.0d .
TH,995. Walking LUMBER 24 CRIB CRAFT equipped .... of 'h. Clali. ....." .Mll _
0 e a eVENICE Venice Postottlce and pavil- CO. .iwora lo b, tho CI.I",..... Ma. a.,., l'iI '
to be sold this week. $1,350 .
bla tams>, ahaU bo aornnpanltd
GARDENS Ion. Write M. K, Box 748 1003 N. Waihtngton Blvd. firm. See at Tarpon Center Are a II.Tl rune too and .., >urholaln

jreartold.. Well under bank Venice Sarasota Marine or call 488-5455. ho void.or Th.dom.nit flllnt not foo oo sap Mod ho .0000 ih.ll<

ipprilsaL 2 bedroom, 1 to the amount of . and iris
baths large Florida 'Lots For Sale call SMALL BAY BOAT, 5V. H.P. forma mar. ... obtalaod from the Contr .
room, Jn central heat and air con ELLIOTT PAUL motor. 161 Morning Star M ETB'
Place, Venice Bay Trailer aa Fnoaitrii of tin Zcrfatoof
ditioning. Plus refrigerator, venous aeafDRN.a Lowe mho M.. Tminc. DoooaMi.RRAKWELL .
freezer washer and VSNICal BUSINESS' SITISOWKM. ROOF TRUSSES Park a RROWN. Hagerman I I I
LOU JACOBS. IIMIIT Brl 8...... S B...,....
drapes and rods, rugs, Alum. Windows ft Doors. Used Trucks Attnmor for EKMnttrlx.VnlooNoVoml.
mower and garden tools; Bank .!..,
Contract Roofing i Painting Vmloo Florid.. iMoteeAi
Unusually at $19,900.nice landscaping.Priced LISTINGS IN THE CITY Phon. 468-2132 Venice USED TRUCKS ,.hll.h I 0... I*. II Nor. 1. 1. 1M4.NOTICF \

Realtor SHORES.!: GIVE US A TRY. SCOUTS Tbo Hdoralnod do korokr oortlfrthat To \ 'P rt 11 cxntiiY

251 W. Venice Ave. BYRON MARKLE, Realtor Mobile Homes NEW IN SI MODEM OCX and radio the aro ropalr Airport aandmtlnc,oonrloa P. O.boilnoH a..tsr.n Sox 117 atMnnMp.1 Id A uUlltblUrI I I II

Phones 488-4708 WEST COAST .....
: 488-1600 or 488-264 Y. ".rld.. easel.AFT f/.thin.
..... .t nTT& a RADIOSERVICE
in Venice 3 Sale or Trade CAN SAVE INSURANCE .peel of tb' allodee I ....... whweem
bedroom., 2 baths screened 1414 N. Wadilntton al.... and ,_ d ,.idea an r
9 | | WITH NEW MOBILE In.-,n folbw.t"

lirage-workshop.porch oversized AU double room. PALMETTO RD., NOKOMIS HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICEON Vln.... ,P...Fotto..........MoaMpol Airport.V.nlM I have kept abreast of Sarasota Counfy'tfait

very Urge. Lot 2 Bedroom and bath cen- POLICY ALL MAKE TRUCKS, Era A. FOaIMaelePoal .Airport.
foe..ale tral ducted heat built-in Exclusive with Edge-Van ft Vwileo .. growing population with efficient, economical -
Wu $24,500 now FARM EQUIPMENT Mark. V r liT lIMO AroBao l.,

only $17.500 plus Title Policy stove and oven garage and Orsdale Agency. AUTO'S. COMPLETE FRONT Vonlot Florida.OwnoTohlp of FrtM. Alroraft Radio automation equipment at a minimum

Owner must sell. Liberal carport. Low down paymentor Example: END ALIGNING. ....... .to .. Ibllo..! Vi..... ... F.tto. -
financing. This won't consider trailer in trade. | 4,000 Broad Form Perils 1C.*, Eta,: M. Fetal U%| Mork. v.r1 of extra upenie.. 'j

last so phone right now. Phone 468-5558. No settlement on Coach (No deductible InstructionFRENCH.GERMAN.SPAN. llCWk "'....... to applr hi the
charges. windor oftfio oroiiit Gas Ie"Bad for
NEAR SHOPPING 1 on S....... Couatr.. Flo.w.. to rwlitorof Pd. Pot.

bedroom, I bath home, Rentals 1,200 On hall Contents) (Includes the Rodkt.told....ease... afidor rate the pr.Alroraft.hii.a. of* Adv. by :'
screened porch, big lot, ISH lessons for beginnersand l N1.50. HagermanCampaign I
close to schools and shop- Theft at no advanced by qualified "W\Ia'-\.. : buY, thle 11th dq d0.ab. I

ping BEDROOM House nicely additional cost) teachers. Call 488-1497 1214 1"INCr.N' ,
\ center nearly new, a 3 : E'TErrE
fine home reduced to furnished very clean long 400 Additional Living Mango Ave.. Venice. EVA MI Treasurer .JI
112,000. or short term. NPC. Phone Expense: ; dear.! Potto: AHnraft, ii,
10,000 Personal Liability .1
HOME POOL BOAT 488-3681. 250 Medical Payments Found I'ubll.I" Oat IS.
Another steal, :2 bedroom PLUS other extensions of -

Boat home with pool, and House 4 Screened ROOM COTTAGE porch, on carport Bay., coverage too. numerous to FOUND Engraved.- Religious Venice vicinity.medal. DISTINCTIVE LARGER'I ''JI'

on canal Lemon
on mention Owner Identify. Ph. 488-2354
Bay. Lovely borne was a utility room. Yearly or seas- $5700 per year In City or Corner
only. Call 488- Real I Estate
buy st $25,000, now a steal onal. Adults adjoining parks. Slightly Money To Loan

al t 22000. 2887. higher outside of fire pro I.i.l1illfJ! ::1

$400 DOWN and easy paynents FURNISH HOUSE 1 mile tection. BUSINESS OR PROPERTY

buys a nice :2 bed- from Albee Bridge. On the EDGE-VAN ORSDALE Loan. Unlimited funds ,
worn home 1 bath paved 284 Noko AGENCY 4
water. Rt. 1. Box available. Personal appointment
streets, curb and gutter, mils 118 W. Venice Ave. arranged. S. M., Box VENICE GARDENS

Mar Golf Course Venice Telephone 188-2289 748. I INTERESTED ?

East See this and learn the a ROOM APT. furnished 2 BEAUTIFUL J-b.droom 2 tile bathi air conditioner

low MOBILE price owner anxious. blocks from P. O.488-8618.Adults Situations Wanted LegalIN H. N. W/mmers/ Realtor l waiher and dryer. Very low down payment. Reduced to 1

HOME LIVING only. No pets. Phone $14,500 ,
three mobile
homes in Nokomis East on 2 'APARTMENTS, furnished full or part time. Call evenIngs FLORIDA. IN PROBATE FOR RENT Cottage icreen porch. en 1/

built lots and Boat ,Docks, on Dona Bay. By year or 488.0057.BOOKKEEPING. I.WILLIAM.. hmw W. W1NNH.DoaoMod. of .Agent for Western Union Telegraph beach.
dock and flshng. -
on sections as large as season Boat Friday 9 to 5 Saturday to I I
the mobile home One Is For appointment call at horn or NOTICE OKN1K ADMINISTRATION' OF' ORDER: UNNICC8SART TJEOUAR1NO -. Monday thru ; HAZEL I I. CONN

new, 10x50, owner In bos- 4884898. your Office. 23 years axe CLOSED SUNDAYS BBO. HEAL I8TATB aRoUII.GUI. .. DUNN AodoUTAMIAMI '
pital HOW about looking at Write Box 2, Laurel. To .11 _. hMUe wr .Wm.mNia nd
FURNISHED na.da rtaa d voteLux VENICE CLEAN
for economical Flor- THREE) w "fjIN I:d.a.'.0tYa PHONICSl" a... 4M-M4I KM. IIMIMirS } "d
Ida living? Apartment in townnontn aid ..b, of p. ... be.Nnufld f ,
See Mrs. Mcln- Help Wanted u.t an "," .0' f 1 1r
ESTATE or .e.son. 1b--.d. : WIG
!. be TO SETTLE: tyre. S18 Pedro, Venice. PART-TIME dance WAN Matsd W. : 4........ r .. r i
Just settled by October FULL ,a..p b > bon or 00.Hanesbh .
>. 4 lot. Venice Gardens entrance teachers needed Training JOHN T..f M, Jadn DUPLEx roe LAM IIIIIIM j f '
Suneet'B.ach ROOM Private available. Apply 1233 Gulf- of iko Cams . SoraooUCoiBtr A HONEY DO PEOPLE B 1'T,
and 2 and bath. Near Post Office. FloHdB. Tbo toUl .o.h' .ae' 1 1PUaNeaHED
Venice Grove. Make an 488-2537 i stream Ave., Sarasota. of MM mtu* WBI ootomlnod 1 to ho.U asnre TOE
"w Call 488-4774 days ao"w ... oroor .... mooo lIunb..' Intercoattal 5uL50 rr ..u ; 1 I
e,. and make some mon- evenings LICENSED REAL ESTATE 0.BtAROUlklTl abe ootltloB' S.thwofnr WINNIB. .tt R.o Mtm No.I Beautiful on Mile Wide Bay READ PAYMENTS' TO riRST FEDERAL ) j 7h

SMALL people needed. Kathleen Box 111! "'.k...... ,...rld., ..d. II,. III M oor noiitli "Ipilooro rrlulool, ' I
DOWN PAY. SLEEPING!: ROOMS. $1200 M01 H Btrort' Bearing Cifrui Treei. ,. toiol i d Yt v... "j "
fENTs: and FlnancUig Outside entrance Wilkinson teaches. We spon- :'W'Arjlj\? j, IT. D.C. .t,.,
week 1
per or hire. Enroll now for BEAN. You RECEIVE 501.50 r sear
available| en.many of our Nokomis Ph. 4883912. son Me- Sri W. Eu_. Wllllomo. Jr, 'THE PRICE IS 5751." a n. N Ia..Mep t .
lilting next class at John E. At.....,. for PotltloBon .. 14 am -,
VftON MARKLE. Realtor SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT. Laury. Realtor. 282 8. Taml- P lit Oil''Box 1(71( RIGHT' WELL :asses; :; ..4..b Ii,11''!
5551 or flmlda
ami Trail. Phone .
ww twt- v. ...
Ph. 468-4706 place Large_living unfurnished room $00 per 488-8898. Puhlbbt. 0." 11. 10. !I... I. L 1514 GULF REALTY YOU ARE! 'MABTIN $. STANCIK 'i'iWill. r

VENICE GARDENS bed. mo. yearly lease. Clone: to *. Too!., Ref. ffroler REALTOR 1

Worn, 2 bath central beat shopping .centers. 740 Golf Ruberold Approved 216 S. Trail '88-473 III ;pb;. 4ai445: A" cl .
112"8111 -
a Barrett Approved
Call ,
Venice. ;j
I conditioned, $I .OOO. Ph. Dr.. B I

-T4, lect after 5 p.m. .. ,- .;al V p

U"JE UAL$3D t ,


SEPt JION tl I Beth. Garage, Screen Porch, Electric Range :. i I I 1Yh

and! ............ Clot to ....... This comfortable home When .:You ,'
Chamber or*'.. .
.011'" 80'I50' Lot for Only ;

and Air Conditioning LESTER JOHN DAVIS C. BENNETT CO.' $11,000FRANK Consult.I .. ip ; + :u

Heating & Air" Conditioning' 'Installations/ Complete Roofing Contractor C. RAEBURN '

Gas Ranges Water Heaters SPRAT': COATING REALTOR AMH""iD'
"1v -
hoe Eitlm+"i- On Tile, Aibeitoi and Built Up Roofs .I / llli

N. M To. 114 of roo'sm.l'' Nokomis Fla. Ph, 468-5?11 251 W. Venice Ave.CLASSIFIED Phone 488.1600-48"2649 '

JO So Trail, Vehlw PK 412271
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i I TU GONDOLIER, Ventc, FU. Sun. Oct. 25 I9M BY 14.7 SCORE

f 1 Air Explorer Foursome Wins Li'l Indians Down Mcintosh

1 Unit Leader I


r ''I' In Field Day LVGC Tourney To Retain Undefeated RecordVenice

4\ Members of Venice Air Ex. With A Plus 9 9The Junior High capital batted down before Smith ran on his own 30 and ran It back
I plorer Squadron 121 participating ized on a pair of first-half 46 yards to the Venice four to the 43. Other fumble I'ttoy.
in 3eraeot-Manatee breaks to score J 14-7 victory He scored On the next play cries were made
District a Field Day at over Mclntosh of Sarasota am" fullback Dale Raulerson I and halfback Jim neWSr
of Phil Johnston
team added the conversion to narrow
in a Sarasota All Venice
here Thursday
Camp Flying Eagle last week and players got'
Bennett ,
Ted Malone, Guy it to 147.That's \
Junior High Conference the nliS
I cored in 14 of 17 scheduled Knute Erickson won the Oct. County game as coaches :
It ended with
events to compile a total of game. the way Winsett and Don Heath cub
at Lake
17th "Dog Fight" it Venice running out the clock.
For the LT1 Indians was .tltuted freely
r I 41 points. Venice Golf Club with a Plus visitors led In first during the !fklq
t j'' High man for the Venice their initial win of the season, The quarter.On .
I 9. In second place with a a scoreless tie with downs, 7 to 8, but the Li'l Indiana
\ unit was Terry Gleasoa with following Thursday
t Plus 3 were Ralph Waller, Sarasota Junior High last had the edge in net VJHS returns
23 ft points. to action
t' t! Individual places were C, Kaley Harold Seal and week. For the Eagles of Mc 1 yards gained 143 to 119. Sarasota against Brookslde Brookside Is t III

_..t : captured by Venice as follows George Kendall Intoah it was their second Curry was the offensive lead. place with a 2-M In first
I Four teams tied for third defeat. er for Venice with 86 yards record I
: Field Events place with Minus 3's. The first Venice touchdownwas In 15 carries ofr a 87 average mark Venlc.Sarasota is second is with !1.0.1; I.

''l I l: i Football throw for distance, Individual honors went to set up when Allen Grant Schepp carried 15 times a 0-U record, am1 third with
: Terry Gleason 2nd; football Erickson, Bennett and Waller recovered a Connie Smith and gained 45 yards for a Is last with a 0-2-0 McIntosh
"t : I throw for accuracy Gleason- with scores of Plus 5, Plus fumble on the McIntosh 22. 3-yard average. mark.
1 1st; football punt Mike Rich, 4 and Plus 3, respectively. Six plays later left halfback David Erb did the majority' THE STATISTICS
3rd; softball throw for distance Forty participated in tha l ,1 Steve Schepp scored on a one- of quarterback for Venice Mcintosh
''j''I I Daryl Mattox, 2nd, andt' tournament and 31 attendedthe yard run off tackle. He added and did an outstanding job 1st Downs Venice.
Rich 3rd; cross-cut sawingrace breakfast that preceded the extra point on on end run of ball handling Li'l Indian Yds. Rushing 38
Ted Blackburn and Phil it. Early In the second period, fumbles were reduced from Yds. i 1
Passing 83
Farley 3rd. a Mclntosh punt took a Ven five registered in the Sara
Total Yd ,
Rohmann 1st aota game to only one In 119 i 143
Canoeing Em ice bounce end ended up only Pas Alt.
I ; Canoe race, forward, Mat two yards beyond the original Thursday' contest and that Pass Camp j
} : tox and Gleason, lat; canoe In LVWGA EventEm scrimmage line the Eagle one was recovered by Erb. Pass Had Int. 4 2 ,
backward Mattox and 13 Alert DefenseOn 0
l race HERE ARE MEMBERS OF TEAM NO. I, oneof Boatright and Lana Breeden; back: Linda Fumble Lost 3 0
three Venice
Ferguson, 3rd; canoe jousting It took plays to post defense, recovered -
''I Mattox and Ferguson Rohmann was the win. two Venice High School Girls Athletic Wolfar, Darla Brownlee, Joyce Holmes and the second Li'l Indian touchdown three fumbles and Intercepted Punts Yds. 2/14,5 Irti
2nd. ner in Wednesday's "match Association volleyball teams who will participate Dorothy Orthwein.. Other schools entered are with fullback Ward Cur. two passes End Pete Penalized 0 M
I McIntosh . ...
? I Swimming play against the par"Lake tourney Venice In a Sarasota County Sport* Day at Sarasota, Riverview, Booker and Cardinal I ry going the final five yardsfor Gurda Intercepted a McIntosh Venice .. .... 7 0 7 0 0 7- t
staged by 0
Elementary backstroke Golf Association VHS on Tuesday. From left, front: Joyce Mooney. the score. He added the pass on his own four and 0-14
i 50 yards, Rick Feldman, 3rd; with Women's score of S down. Lerew, Linda Pond, Linda Davis, Carolyn extra point on a run to put ran it back 43 yards late in Scoring:
breaststroke yards Ferguson a Venice out in front 14-0. the second period and recov'ered V-Schepp,1-yd. run. Schtp
Second In the Class A, 18-
J I 3rd; sldestroke 50 of The McIntosh score came an Eagle fumble on his ran for extra point
4 I yards, Gleason, 1st and Mat- hole division with Malone.a score Indians Show 226-Yd.-Per-Game In the final two minutes of the own 37 In the fourth period. V-Curry 8-yd. run Curry
down Nancy
t 8
was AverageAs
t! tox, 3rd; free style-50 yards Class B laurels in the 18- contest. After holding the Liz Reserve fullback Robert ran for extra point
Ferguson, 3rd; underwater- 'hole division went to Steph Indians on downs at midfield, Drawdy mad a pass Inter- M--Smith, 4-yd. run. RauH
t ), 25 yards, Gleason, 2nd; underwater anie Duke with a 3 down two McIntosh passes were ception In the fourth quarter son ran for extra point.
for distance, Glea
t t, I son, tat and Mattox, 3rd. score while Olive Arnell was Football Season Reaches Half-Way Markwriting
with 7 down.
I runnerup
Also participating in the
competition were Dan Coul- In the 9-hole division, Flor Statistics for the first five has attempted 83 passes for fumbles, while recovering on

i, bourne Ron Dickens, Paul ence Beatty Tied for was second first with with 3 I football games played by Venice Venice and connected on 32 ly two miscues by the op. Bill Phillips Ford
Covill\ and Gene Hough. down. High show the Indians for a completion percentageof position. Penalties are 123 tt
''j i ,. Future events include encampments down each were Barbara leading their opponents in 50.8. He has had three intercepted yards by Venice to 60 by op.
'I I at Lacosta bland Hackett and Bee Stewart. scoring, 66-59, while compil while his team. ponents.
and Everglades National The LVWGA's 9-hole play. log a record of three wins and mates have intercepted four Peden Scoring Leader FORD DEAIER
;', Park and participation in the era participated in a tournament two losses. of the opposition's pass at Right thalfback Paul Pedenis
I National NRA-Explorer rifle at Port Charlotte last They are ahead In first tempts the scoring leader with frFAIRLANE/
home with
I competition and the National Monday and came downs 50 to 46, and in total Tackle Bruce MacDonald five touchdowns and three extra
I I Explorer Bowling meet. A several honors. Barbara yards gained 1131 to 933. Is averaging 37.3 yards on 18 points for 33. Joelson is
: f' visitation to the survival Hackett took first prize for Rushing yardage has Veniceout punts. The Indians have second with two touchdowns
if! school at Eglin Air Force low gross and had low net in front by a 736 to 518 blocked three punts to assistIn and an extra point for 13
h .r Base will highlight next sum for the field. Ethel was margin but trailing In passIng holding opposing kickers to Fullback John Henne has a
the low net winner In her
mer's activity.The 368 to 417.Quarterback. a 29.8 average. touchdown and a conversionfor
.. Explorer program Is flight Ray Joelson The Indians have seven points while left

r, open to boys, 14 through 18. - sixI.IxI halfback Steve Bradley and
t j' Anyone Interested in obtaining I left end Nick Harper have a 1
more information may VHS JayveesAt touchdown apiece for six r .w a '
;I I contact either Senior Crew point Left end Charlie
Leader Steve Ferguson or Ad. Charlotte How Co f fish I II Hodges has been successful
:' visor D. Grady Hough Jr. I on one conversion for one soo SPORTS COUPE

l Tuesday Night I For SuoohFlorido's Other Individual statistics:
enjoyable TCB NYG AVG m To Volume Ford

GOLF Venice High School's junior Peden 63 423 6.7 I H A N K S Sales We Have A Lot
Joelson 40 147 3.7
.! day of_ varsity to football action Tuesday team will night return Roughest, Toughest, Fishing Fish Henne 33 121 3.7 I Full, of Choice

i : TRY against the Charlotte High 1964 Haskins 15 45 3.0
"B" team at Punta Gorda. Copyright Bradley. 4 28 7.0 PHONE 488.6787 Trade-Ins
rq I' SARASOTAGOLF Kickoff time is 7:30: p.m. By EARL F. DOWNEY TCB-Times carried ball;
t CLUB The Indian 'Jayvees have NYG Net yards gained;

( tied one and lost two lit the AVG average: per carry.. 64 RANCHERO'' Automatic Transmission ... ... $1595

FEES . . . L OO.UUJutt Earl Downey first came to Florida in 1923 and made Hodges 14 154 11 64 FAIRLANE Extra Clean ................................. $1695
Off Bee Ridge Rd. In 1910 a 583-square mile his home in Sarasota. He' been fishing up and down the Peden 9 131 148

j South of Sarasota wedge of the Rockies became ] coast ever since. An author of three international volumnsto Harper 4 49 1225 64 FALCON Radio .............................?..?........... $1495
I Glacier National Park his credit. (published bv America's largest publishers). Bradley! 1 20 20
Landgraf 1 7 'I 64 FALCON CAMPER Fully Equipped ..... .......$2595
I rssw,.... is not new to him:It is an accepted fact he is one ??
of Floi Ida's Snook fishermen There few, if Christopher 1 4 4
I tricks and secrets top of catching; Snook he doesn't are know any A Henne. 2 3 1.5 63 IMPALA 4DR. HARDTOP V-8 ........................ $2195Air

I quiet unimposing follow who takes Snook fishing seriously, PC-Passes caught Conditioned Power Steering

MASEL C. ; making: notes keeping records his and data with the thought those 62 MERCURY 9-Passenger Wagon .........?....?.?? $1595Air
that some day ho make experiences available to Lake Veri ice Men's Conditioned
who might like to try their hand at hooking into ono of

I these d.nizens of the deep "The unpredictable Snool," Golf Standings 63 MERCURY 4DR. SEDAN .................?............... $1995
HUSTONt B! log his stories on the fact that truth is stranger than
Breezeway Window Loaded
i fie .on, his experiences ore all true and have that personal (Through Oct. 14) -

I Democratic Candidate! touch which makes them all the more interesting as he rdnpnnde. w II r 5 LF<>.0tl. 59 CHEVY WAGON, A/T .....?..............???????.? $ 595
his readers through happening after another, !
car: s one 0.m..Grlpa Ie a f>
} ForSarasota alga; a bringing out some point of detail In regards to 1t.nlk.F.nnne r-.rtrldmJii.rr.nM* II'II I S S 14 59 CHEVY 4DR. SEDAN .............?................?...? $ 395
things you should or should not do when fishing for Snook. H.rmanMn.RaybarC.rdU . S (4
I 1 CountyCommissioner AU his instructions are generally well Illustrated and simple -RohmuinSbiunhton.Hu.]. iI IS" 62 RAMBLER WAGON .................?..........?........... $ 795
r II I S IIit
to follow which should help anyone who hopes to catch Rdch.rd.Bclihn Il
: their first Snook and many more after. arlttan.xnaa; 10. I i : Is
Djs?rict 5 Technical information In his articles has been tried Oat'dn..nrok.John.OII.H.ndlllF e e I a a II II
i and proven successful In bringing home the limit on most W.coo.? I I 10 I' Bill FordEALFR>
I occasions. His many photographs are proof that Snook Ho..o.-S.5I..n.w.... r r I I 10 10 II 11 Phillips -
can be caught most any time when you know How When 9l.Atn., S II 14

i j; TAXPAYERS OF SARASOTA COUNTY and Where to fish for RUBE them.ALLYN fS: i....:.: i :9 0 1sanlth Is 14 I, 1562 South Trail Venice

Great Outdoors -,.- -.T,-..- a I I' n ,
Publishing Company.
? s e 1| 10
. . .
P.S. II/ am tmofc/e, / to talk to in person
I You can secure your autographed copy of this brand
Wore November h because /
I 3rd it em new, 1964 edition illustrated of "HOW TO FISH FOR
busy serving you 01 your County Comm'rliontr. SNOOK" by sending $1.00 to Earl Downey 3100 Park St.
f" No. St. Petersburg, 33710, Florida Learn the secrets of
I H? MCH How, When and Where to fish for Snook. A list of Hot-Spots
14 1 Paid Political Ad In 18 counties Is given covering the east and west coasts
of Florida.

.p i i! : _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I

I ;j I Sales Tax Up

1 .k
Attention All Voters

I In CountyBoth 1 I Iak

t : Sarasota County and ,'.
: the state as a whole showeda

gain i In sale tax collection

I I lI for the month of Septem-

I I IT WILL BE HELPFUL! bert over the same' month

I last year, according to a report -

) I by J. Ed Straughn director v
W BE SURE TO VOTE NOVEMBER 3rd. of the Florida Revenue
,J I f
BE SURE YOU KNOW WHERE TO VOTE Commission w t w t e+iWutiwewr : '
The sales tax collected in
M I ,:: BEFORE HAND. Sarasota County totaled $303"I -

: I 175 as compared to $302,399
collected In the month
H ; I same
; i I last year, a gain of $2,778 or "Delightful fellow I He knows the dollars saved at Sarasota Federalare
1 less than one-tenth of one per
: ' j POLLING PLACES FOR DISTRICT NO. 2 ARE . I used locally for home loans
'j cent.While to keep his truck busy."
I gain shows a
PRECINCT! #<-So M Troll Lions Club I fairly aound any economic condition .

VOTE PRECINCT #WoJomii Fire Station the total gain for the

j I PRECINCT # -Kernce Gardens flee. Cento I state a* a whole was 811

PRECINCT #flij/ewoorf/ Recreation Center I per cent. I.

FOR PRECINCT #21-Kenfce Chic C./ /., I Straughn reported that collections {' SARASOTA
for the atate are up After silo your IlIRIIIIflllll'lDll
PRECINCT #2<-Commenity Center of HPC 17.81 per cent for the fiscal you've ( [FgIDrn[ [ &[b
year and are equalling! the Realtor or builder about
estimated revenue anticipated saving and loan aaoolallonGUlf'ftlTf /
PAUL TAYLOR I from the Increased sales that new home stop by

and of loan
I Me one our .

The gasoline tax for Sarasota officers for low COlt fi. =,
CONSTABLE ( Dem. ) DISTRICT 2 I County collected In September y 81.ssseae. A ...pj ...., .. 4N. >_
I also took a big drop nancing. It".ay to get

Paid for by the State Democratic Executive! Committee of Florida, Warren Good. I from $171,184 in 1963 to $151 J .... S..enaly, Te PNITIO AFPUl.
I 064 In Milter
September 1964 Indicating !- L
I II rich chairman and the Sarasota County Democratic Executive Committee. I that tourist travel was

oil in August
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