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 29, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00246
Source Institution: University of Florida
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By W. EARL AUMANNState1 if voters fail to read the No 13 dealing He pointed out that amendments In South CountyNearly
Senator Warren S amendments before enteringthe with a proposed change In the five, six and nine apply -
>:'" Henderson speaking before voting booth they would Homestead Exemption law. to certain counties only
... ..; the weekly meeting of the delay other voters and likelybe This applies only to and therefore advised Sara-
Venice Kiwanis Club, urged unable to vote Intelligently sIC: and received sotlans to refrain from voting 12.000 South County edge out the Democrats 22- I i
that Sarasota County voters on the Issues as well He gave approval in the May primary. on these three proposed voters will be eligible to cast: I 970 to 21,593. I
make a thorough study of the a summary of the amend However, it requires a statewide amendments- unless the voter ballots in next Tuesday's general The same yardstick applies ,
all BUBBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE-Allurin Alls. 13 constitutional amendments ments in the order they will vote it felt disposed to help the election, winding up one to South County which has
1 Vinica I, High School senior, makes a bewitching witch before going to cast their appear on the voting machines Inasmuch as voters of those counties de- of the area's hardest-fought 8,456 registered Republicans

m bitch M,aha gets into ,th* ,jpirit of ,hallpween, vote next Tuesday.- would open the way for application cide the Issue.Henderson political.campaigns in recent against 5,078 Democrats for I
Henderson explained( the Henderson! refrained from to all counties if approved said he favored history. a margin/ In favor of the GOP

I ;* 2f: list of candidates Is long and taking a stand either way on Tuesday amendments seven, eight and The six South County precincts of 1,378. ,1 1
11 but was against No 12 He Democrats do outnumber ;
emphasized he was not tell from Osprey to for North Republicans in two out of
Port Charlotte account approximately
COUNT ing voters how to vote but one-fourth of all I the South County precincts,
100 MAKE YOUR BALLOT simply stating his preferences. the registered voters in Sara but only slightly.
He urged that every voter sota County's 26 precincts. Precinct 7, which votes at I
study the amendments South County electors number the Nokomis fire station, has I
carefully and von his own dis- 1216 Democrats against I,*
How To Use Vote Machineknow 11,773 out of the 45,593 I
Spooks Hobgoblins cretion in voting voters registered countywide, 190 Republicans, a differenceof
No Recommendation 26 in favor of the Demos.
Overshadowing all other Precinct 26, North Port
Amendment No. 1 gives
Want your vote to countIn how to properly op lot, raise the slide and contests will be the Presidential Charlotte, has 407 registered
constitutional sanction to the
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Parade On Saturday Tuesday's Presidential erate the voting machines write In the name. existing formula of the FlorIda election, with Sara Democrats to 347 Republicans "
election? especially if you are voting e When you have finished Legislature of 112 House sota County probably favor for an edge in favor of the "
Then make sure you in Florida for the first voting, move the red members and 43 Senators. In ing Goldwater over President minority party countywide of : j., .
let Dollar cash prizes Venice area civic and service time.A handle to the left This view of the recent U. S. Su- Johnson if voters hew to the "1 Demos. '. /
be iworded for the pretuflltst clubs. number of voters in does three things: It rec- preme Court decisions on ap party of their choice. Republicans have a definite ";i
and most orig- The parade is open to October Dry, past elections have invalidated ords your votes for Individual portionment this amendmenthas Only GOP County plurality in the other four 'Z I
costumes at each grade youngsters in the first six or failed to record candidates on a been declared unconsti- Sarasota Is the only countyIn South County precincts. Pre "
in Saturday's gala an- grades of all three area elementary their votes simply by not paper roll Inside the ma- tutional and no matter how Florida and one .f very clnct 6 has 1,537 Republicans I Ito
Halloween parade. schools-Venice and following the instructions chine; moves the pointers the vote comes out the state few in the South in which 1.058 Democrats; Precinct ", \ .'
,awlnneri will be judin Nokomis public schools and Not DriestThis available at the polling (Continued on page 2) Legislature will have to Republicans outnumber Democrats 8-1,416 Republicans to 888 ;
the front lawn of thee Epiphany Catholic School places and, for that mat adopt a new reapportionmentact In voter registration. Democrats; Precinct 9-907 'I I t ,It I
Elementary School Costumed youngsters plan month has been dry ter, inside the voting booth based on population in Countywide, Repu b 11 c: a n s Republicans to 742 Democrats "I' I ,
the annual Halloween ning to march in the paradeare but not the driest October In itself. both houses. He made no ; and Precinct 21-1,059 I /
val 1 will begin immedlslterward. asked to assembled! at South County not by a long Last Chance recommendation on this Republicans to 767 Democrats i.:.; I
Judge will Veterans Memorial Park I Here's the procedure to amendment. 11 r ", 1N!
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epresentatives of leading (Continued on page 2) two more days to go, the booth you: Amendment No. 2 allows Final PollResults Some Independents t .
this October has recorded a the Legislature to establish Sarasota County also has t
>t e Move the red handleto For AbsenteesIf .
total of less than an inch nine year terms of office for 1,030 registered Independents l
86 to be exact, Weatherman the right and leave It the members of the board of which 239 reside In the six t
E. Raymond Watson reported there. This closes the curtains you plan to vote via absentee which oversees state colleges South County precincts. Inde- p ,.,
Trick That was wet com and readies the machine and universities (Board of Regents ,
Or Treat ballot in next Tuesday's pendents may vote In the gen- j
to scant 09 In October to record your vote.If ). The present consti- ,
pared a general election you Senator Barry Goldwa eral election, but are Ineligible \- I
1963. In October 1962 the e you wish to vote in have until 5pm/ today to tution prohibits the creationof ter maintained his lead today to ballot In the primary. I
total was 1.52 and in 19.61 it favor of an amendment, apply for one. any office having a termof In the final tabulationof Polling places in the South '
was .74 inches pull the Individual pointer that membership longer than County are Precinct 8 (Osprey -
Florida law requires votes cast in The GON-- ,
in four No recommendation.
But look what happened down over the word "for. years. -
county supervisors of registration 11 area), South Trail Lions
Friday Night before DOLIER'S presid e n a i I
the preceding years If you are against an receive applicationsfor Club; Precinct 7 (Nokomis n
they cut the spigot off: In amendment, pull the pointer absentee ballots by 5 p.mon Amendment No. 3 extendsto poll area), Nokomis Fire Station; j ;
i 1960 the rainfall totalled 4,54 down over the word the fifth day preceding the year 2000 the bond program In contrast to the over Precinct 8 (Venice area out- r .
ailing all Spooks, Witched son And he urged that costumes incites; in 1959, 9,61 Inches; in "against" Leave It downIn the election. providing funds for whelming margin given side the city limits), Venice !
1958, 6.21 inches; in 1957 5.52 either case. public school construction. President Johnson In the
Hobgobllnsl I be worn which can Requests for applicationsmay Gardens Recreation Center;
official!I'I''rJayor readily be seen by nighttime Inches, in 1956,inches.WEATHER 8,06 .inches e In voting for the various be made in person or The amendment would con national polls, South County Precinct 21 (City of Venice),
rib D Brohard has promid drivers. and in 1955, 177 candidates whose by letter to the supervisor of tinue the present method of straw voters expressed. Venice Civic Center; Precinct f !
Friday (Oct. 30)) will on the registration. Persons voting repaying bonds through revenues themselves Just as overwhelmingly 26 (North Port Charlotte).
chief also ask names appear
The police derived from the licensing
kick or treat" by absentee ballot must have in favor of the Center C !
night. Community NorthPort .
face of the machine, pull
Rain t
with treats High Low in-
ed householders of motor vehicles It
lays nominee In next
Brohard said Hal- their ballots in the hands of GOP Charlotte.
e for the youngsters to leave OCT. 21 77 48 .00 the Individual pointersdown creases the maximum bond election.
ea their not later than Tuesday's
activities supervisor
ely will be a front light burning and OCT. 22 80 54 .00 over the name of Interest rate from four to results Besides candidates for ,"'
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POlice supervised by Ven- have the candy or other OCT. 23 82 58 .00 each candidate for whom 5 p.m. on who Nov. 2 be out of four and one-half per cent and The : county, state and national offices I I '
"C. and Police Chief goodies ready. OCT. 24 83 58 .00 you wish to vote and leave his Anyone home will election provides an additional method Goldwater 78,6 per cent ( Florida voters also will i ,\
Shockey called for county on '
I treat night" OCT. 25 81 61 ,.00 them down. of determining Instruction Johnson 16.7 per cent ballot on 13 proposed constitutional : !f(
wrutlon "Trick who is I
on the part of or day or physically unable t
for amendments. One of .
85'83.00 Democrats
h "Is OCT. 26 vote for is units for the purpose of distributing I '
trlck-or-treaters and Shockey said one way e If you wish to to attend the polls I
27 85 85 ,.00 neither 4.7 cent: these will be an amendment "
nice and OCT. the fund. No recom- per I
residents to cut down on pranks a candidate whose name eligible to cast an absentee I
vandalism," And he added RAIN FOR MONTH 86 does not appear on the bal- ballot. (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 2) t I 11
t ohddrcnemakingethe that a full staff of police officers .

ndl of their neighbor- I and auxiliary policemen '!fI# .dWi.U'.. '. :: m ,
''dl for treats be under will be on duty to : .$ ..'., :, 'ii. t. S
of I keep activities of this nature '. tic
'jpervislon a parent i. ,! ,k :
J other responsible, per- to a minimum. ..." \ ?

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'working United Fund on the part of volunteers have i. d ,s. 1 1ht ,
"mean' with preliminary put the total to date within \ }
'ne living striking distance o*' biting 40 ',
every (Indlca01 .; ,
successful drive this per cent of this year's $24,001
Prepared to launch their goal. "Wt'r ready to roU
t ttorts' now," he asserted, "and .
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can push ahead to a successful
conclusion in record time.
h. United! Johns Fund, president of South "Cooperation U the key JOHN W. HASSON G. M. NELSON ROBERT K. BECKER E. S. RAYMOND PAUL TAYLOR WALTER L CAIGER

IOta tork County Inc., laid word," he .noted, "If we I) rContinued State B.D:.HDtaUT. J.agoe pt the Peace, Dill, I Coaatable Dist, II t {
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2-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Tnurt., Oct. 29 \1964 Haven United
Teen Fund
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I Obituaries Meet TonightA (Continued on fsg S) ; Deuglaa.4uaf, The
(Continued from page 1) cambia, Lake, MUrtln, Oktechobte lature It requires that each ? Vlhlon 1 Witl] be IIItire F
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mendation. palm Beach, Putnam Judicial circuit be composed to meet the human needs o(
a tact .
I EDWARD PETER N. Y. He a native of board of with 811
was eels
of
the
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nine
Amendment No. 4 provides and Seminole Counties, as to of a county or contiguous the p\hlla!
HUEMME SR. Cayuga County, N. Y. director of Teen Haven baa in this year's appeal employee:
than
less
t that the principal aa well as whether the County Superin counties having not
!, '"I Edward Peter Huemme Sr., Survivors Include his brother the interest of the State tendent of Public Instruction :30,000 inhabitants except that been called for T pm. todayto United giving! can be a real Already appointed I nPer

f 72, of Shady Haven Trailer Elwood H. Close of School Fund may be used for shall b. elected by popular Monroe County may constl- elect new officer and to success with united effort and the along with Orlanlzat1oa

t I Park, Englewood, died Satur Skaneateles, N. Y.; a cousin, construction of public echools, vole or appointed by the lute one circuit irrespectiveof form a Youth Board. cooperation" campaign are gas C rnI'
,r .' day at his home. Vaughn Slocum of Sarasota, including: junior colleges and County Boards of Public Instruction. I population It further provides Jack Knuckles, board prost Raymond Named<< U Hamilton, Chairman aI ''
j and three nieces. universities. The constitution Sarasota County is that there shall be no dtnt: requested all teenagersand General Campaign Chairman Advanced Gifts lvn Irs'
He to this silted
came area seven Services will be held in Auburn now permits only the Interest not affected. reduction In the number of parents interested In the William C. Payne today
:y, 1 :jl I years ago from Nashville, with Interment In Soule from the fund to be distributed Amendment No. 6 permits circuit judges residing in any center to attend tonight'* announced the appointment of MeriaL.arase'chil.J1" ?' s'0I.

!' : i Mich He was a foreman with Cemetery there. Rawles Funeral No recommendation a local option election in lay county as a result of anv future meeting at Teen Haven. 11:. S. (Bill\ ) Raymond to the MobUehome Parks \p)
i Ford Motor Company at River Home was in charge of Amendment No. 8 permits by County only as to whether changes 11judicial head up the Important Public ions and Paul H. M,\\i! 0I.C''
:I : Rouge Mich for 25 :years local arrangements a local option election in Es- the County Superintendentof circuit No recommendation. Employee Division of the headingup the Red lh
before his retirement or 1944 Public lnatructlon shall be Amendment No. 11 providesthat Zoning BoardIs drive. A 14-year resident of Division.
and was a native New elected by popular vote or either branch of the Sarasota County, Raymond

't York, N. Y. whether he shall be appointed Legislature may propose a resides at 403 East Venice
"l Mr. Huemme was a member I Halloween ParadeContinued by the County Board of revision of all or part of the Ave. and Is serving as justice t"1\ c t bD 0' TRAil"

: of St. David's Episcopal Public Instruction. Sarasota State Constitution subjects to AppointedVenice' of the peace in the South r:wr: w.6h.hr.vy.. ' .
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l' 1 Lodge 255, F4AM, in Nash- ( from page 1) The "midway" for the Halloween Favors existing( law, the Legislature proposed airspace lie U serving his eighth M= :a: psiubw.. ,: ..,".::

f ; vllle. downtown at 2:30: p.m. Satur. Carnival will open at( Amendment No. 7 give the cannot itself draft a revision zoning program moved a step year as a member of the Venice 'rI'
Survivors Include his wid. day for registration and numbering S p.m. "or whenever the Legislature authority to pro- of the entire constitution nearer to accomplishment City Council and his fourth .nLU PAMnT Of
: : ow, Mrs. Catherine B The parade will atep !judging Is completed," according : vide for a line of succession i but rather must leave the I Tuesday night with the appointment lime ss president of that CC11r

". Huemme of Englewood; a out at 3 p.m., led by the Venice to S I. Needleman, of public officers to insure I details to a Constitutional of M three-man Airport group: He Is a past presidentof
r 1! son, Edward P. Huemme Jr High School band under PTA carnival chairman. continuity of governmental Convention which does not Zoning Commission the Venlce-Nokomls Elks

'I of Detroit; two daughters, the baton of Bandmaster Needleman described as operation in periods of emergency submit its revision to the people I Councilman Ralph Anderson Lodge, a past president of LEVER 20A
I' Mrs John Lawrence of Lon,. John Sleasman from resulting from enemy Henderson favors It. a member of the Joint Rotary, a past director of the
"terrific" the
wood, and Mrs Harry response attacks It further uthorls-- Amendment No. 12 extends City-County Airport Zoning DEMO
Venice Chapter of
the Navy
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.! FIi Venice fire and police units merchants to appealfor
Parker : Nashville; nine of area an el the Legislature to fill Vacancies to the year 2018 the allocationof Board, announced to City League and a past director of "BOB" BECKEl
also will be in the line to be
given
away
d grandchildren and two great prizes in office as a result the two cents "Second Oas Council the appointment of the National Association of JUSTICE of
I grandchildren march. during the carnival. He said of enemy attack. This amend Tax" to the State Road Distribution Paul A. Youngberf, St., Dr. T, Home Builders the PUCE
( : Funeral services were held Leaving the park, the parade these include TV antennas. ment would permit the movIng Trust Fund. Presently I 3, Thompson:: and David Ham. IP.t1 pellurla/ .\
: Monday at Rawles Funeral will move east on Vent lamps, free haircuts, free of the State Capitol from this money, derived ilton to the newly formed Ho Is a member of St.Mark's .

I Home Chapel, Englewood, ice Avenue to Nokomis Avenue bowling and an array of merchandise Tallahassee to a safer loca. From sale of gasoline, is ear. I commission. Episcopal Church and .
I with The Rev Arlo L. Lein.I' where it will turn south with a cash value as tion in such emergencies. marked through the year It will be the new board' I Is currently active In the HI Re-E/tcf/

: back, vicar of St. David's, and proceed to Miami Ave high as $60. Henderson favors It. 1993. Henderson Is against duty to set up public hear Noon Lions Club in Venice
Miami the gigantic I. Amendment No. ( deletes this amendment because It is airspace HOISB AidsAssisting RAYMOND
officiating. nue. At mummerswill Grand prize will be a ingi for the proposed r
I' turn east again, crossing plus tiger donated by reference to the Commission an unfair distribution and, coning and make Raymond will be District No,2Justice

I ,4 J! d I ARTHUR F. CLOSE the Trail and proceeding to Lee Huston's Downtown Esso of Agriculture's supervisionover larger counties are penalised recommendations to the joint City Councilman Dr John R.. I 60
Hogan, beading solicitations /
i Bahama Street where it will service station.Needleman matters pertaining to Homestead Exemption city-county board up of Peg CI
I i Arthur F. Close, 67, oft move south to the school said approximately public lands and the Bureauof Amendment No. 13 provides among Venice city em.: I P tdpoltic.dGREEN'S ( |
Blackburn Blvd. Trailer grounds.At Immigration The amend the first $3.000 of the ployes, and Postmaster J
4 ISO: prizes will be glv'en HOW TO VOTE
Acres, died from accidental ment removes from the constitution assessed valuation of tax exempt
the school, the youngsters at the Saturday
at Venice Jetties away reference to matters homestead in
drowning property
will be lined aroundthe to be held at (Continued from Page 1)
t : up night drawing FUEL
OF
Monday afternoon, according: : : over which the Commissionerof Sarasota County shall be taxable FLORIDA
the lawnwhile
of
a" j ,I to Dr. Ernest C. Smith, Sarasota perimeter time II o'clock climaxing the pro Agriculture no longer exercises for school purposes only back to a neutral position .
one grade at a "The merchants have CORPORATION
f '. County Deputy MedicalExaminer. I circle for gram responsibility Hender and that the next $5,000 of as- which hare been pulled.
around the
I I i parades a really come forward, son favors It.Amendment. sensed valuation (from $2000 down to rote for the various Member Chambor' of Common" ,
retired ateam.r judging. PTA carnival chairman de No. i allows to: $7000) shall be exempt
Mr. Close, a candidatesi; and opens DOMESTIC
will head the COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL
I I fitter, came to this area in First graders clared. Jury trials in branch courthouses from' taxation for school purposes the curtain. on the boot GAS SBtVK
I l r January 1963 from Auburn, line of march followed sixth by He added that volunteersstill in Dade County The The amendment does to receive the next voter. I' Heating and Air Conditioning
the second through : \ are needed to work In amendment modifies the requirement not seek to change the $5,000
The / &
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grades In numerical fnsfa..afa
certain areas of the carnival that all county offices Homestead Exemption from remember Is that the
I 'r' ALLEN Venice Lions Club will and he asked that persons be In the county seat.It taxation for other than school pointers must remain down Gas Ranges a Wottr Heaters

fr- Convalescent and handle parade details for the willing to donate their time does require, however, that purposes. No recommendation. over the Individual candi free IrtlmeteiN
i sponsoring Venice Elementary the office of the -
I Association either contact him or the principal date,' names until they Job Too 114 er, Too Smell)
I ;' Nursing Home Parent-Teacher Venice School clerks or other officers be e a l
; Elementary
\, i 24 Hen Mining; Service and will serve as parade office. maintained in the county Immediately after the constitutional moving are returned the to red neutral handle by 261 S. Tr.tl, Venice Ph. 488.2271
marshal. Lions Club parade .
seat Sarasota County not af amendments is a
' !! Phone Venice. 488-T701 co-chairmen are Robert Bla- Carnival midway concessions fected. Referendum providing for a back to the left.
I au PONCI 01 LION AVL will include the firstgrade's
: lock and Euris Williams Amendment No. 10 Increases change in justice of the
Country Store; sec from 16 to 20 the maximumof Peace districts Henderson is CQkw Barrttt Approved a Rubtrold Approvi
end Cakewalk third :: HCU.CMLHIGEU
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judicial circuits that may against this change for tech
: t gllM1tC1 dome trade, Bakery and Candy be established by the Legls- nical reasons. WVanlca. .,
9'OhlClf Booth fourth grade Garden Dr. and Mir RoaaM
: 15 ; daughter. Klmbarltir' Clalr.Hlml. .
Center and Basketball Game; born Ort. 21 litl. amMcboNALD. ..Uit. wHltr um
i I Movies Mr. and Un. J"kaNekomU } I
fifth grade, Games
,.1 Nokomia Av. Venice K., Roblli fhllla MDId; "
k 265 Book and, Fish Record and Shop Duck SHhouettes. I Election Roundupthey I bam" O... II, ales a.m.Gaor tt :,SR[ I [ ''JOHwt,


: Pond: and sixth grade, Break

I the Dish Spook House and (Continued front page 1)) will the bal
on
1, Modern Dance Hall appear WPm}!. LESTER DAVIS ROOFING CO,
introduced by Sarasota County lot follow
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; f Room mothers will C. BENNETT
r operate JOHN
legislators which would e County Jud e-Clarence
Phone 488.2291
24 Hour Ambulance Service ADNII810N.
,I' " he various i concessions change the Homestead Ex J. Stokes Jr. (D); John T. 0,4. II, 5'a, at I I Complete Roofing Contractor
Chairmen for the classroom :. PriuKM
i ; Mrs Erlene emption Act for Sarasota Graham (R). foul Monk Gcwta'orOharlo'Vanlatt .., "..An.... SPRAY COATING
projects
BITS TO REMEMBER are thefirst Sheriff Ross E. BoyerD ,
+ TID County to permit taxing c Assay Nokomh: Pea Bchllau maw
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Fann, Country Store; Mrs ( ) Millard\ (Jack) Knuckles aihi, BlUal-ia: C.I..ltho N_'". On Tile, Alb.dos'.IId Built Up Roofs
$2,000 of presently exempt ;
Dot >li Vonnla W.It., vase, LM-
t I i Joi.1!)\ The lash ahead of ui U not ai great at the power behind Mrs Larry Charles Rhodes R., Staples Cakewalk! Bak.; property for school pur (R). r ne, Itrt': Nirth Nobnarial Port. OharlottalCon Joaaphlna: .: Nokomis, Fla Ph. 488-5913
"g a Clerk of Circuit Court-
ui.Don't and Candy Booth Mrs poses. \. ..., VMfetl. a. H. HrOWnliK, Ma-
\ ery ; The proposed Homestead Hard R. Albury (D); Rob- -

t ; : pray for God to uie you until you have asked Him Robert Hardee Garden Cent Exemption amendments was ert W. (Bob) Zinn (R). mill O 00I.rr, e.ndn.,,., a..5u..d MaD..id l pupa.mh.l. I i
J ',' to male usable ter etc.; Mrs. Betty Dab- approved by Sarasota County a Tax Collector-Miss Char !._,.. xnae.w'' JuanlU Wada,
you bert, Movies, Games, etc.; ,,. Mrtrai' Frank WOOO"'''. vmlrstr.n. ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
voters at the May primary lie Hagerman (CD); Lester Mill, VmlMI. FanMal H.rri-
I' A man shows what he It by what he does with what he and Mrs. Walter Weeks, 7,809 to 8,219 and now must Plerson (R). was.' V..IwOeh
Break the Dish, etc. alt N.al, J Rumfcauca, VanlrnlI .
hal.I A booth anda be approved in a statewide e Supervisor of Registration I..M P H..,.. VOlt''_
fortune-telling referendum before it can be -L. S. Bullington (D)). 0,,. bat Hartal Walkar, Vanlr' *!
Ma and Pa Retreat where T Nantotrom. mk"'mla 'a ii- MAINTENANCE
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Oar Services Are Available/ To All Regardless adopted. Mary J. Orr (R). If-L. Halley I North. Part ..I .
parents can get away from .. .
I Barely PassedThe a Prosecuting Attorney Oct III Edward MarDewall, Van.ca
I of Financial Circumstances the hubbub for a while also 1 | G...,. Oaboma, Vanieai C.... SUPPLIES
LIGHTING
Henry L. Willlford\ (D); Rob- -
proposal just barely mla Adklna tl J b Ml Ann. K.abba
Lbanaad .la Iidlau and Florida are planned. The hospitalityroom ( liar_. Holm E. Weafaw.Fnirkwood .
'
ert H. Stahlschmidt (R).
I will be manned again squeaked through In the six Gabrlnl' V. II......., NorUPort .

I r In Funeral) BUli"( ... Since 1932 this year by the elementary South County precincts at the Dist.a County 1-Roy B.Commissioner Graves Jr., .I Thnmai Oharlottaj MrDnaoufh Mary Two, EnilrwandOct Nokoml .- ANDERSON ELECTRIC. Inc

school Gray Ladles May primary by a slim margin ITl Mtfc l Qiilnlaa.. V..I.., I
of only 33 votes. (D) ; Bruce M. Crissy (R)). Al". Mfckla Entlrwood. 11..._ Ur. 488-W!
e County Commissioner, ban Knclnronli. Ruth Coulter. Emlawood Bsie I Cockrill Street Phone
I Topping next Tuesday'sballot .I Hint Muitrova, Vanloa.DlaLHARGKS .
Dist. 3-Glen R. Phelps (Dl); ..
will be the hotly contested -
Leslie C. Miller R). Ort lit Ediir Bi.l... Vmlral' Dal"Hi -
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race for President ,of Cclnd.... VmlMl' Ems Harria, MECHANICS
i l lI the United States between C County Commissioner, nkomUl' Ekwinr .H.It.. ....., Uwallfrothy EXPERIENCED

{ I President Lyndon B. Johnson Dist. 5-Masel C. Huston lit Ryan An., Y..k.Ooh ArcklbaK. CnrWiodl: Member Chamber,of Commerce
I i I II and Sen. Barry Goldwater of (D); Robert M Wright (R). Marilo (;Una, Vmleat Wanda CoIN!.
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I liir, Nokomin Birron N I..... V n- '
e School Board Dist 2-
Arizona, Only other contest of Ir.l| Helm U.. North Port Charlotte\ I
national scope will be the Forrest R. Freeman (D); PU, M.. Luft Nokombl John gahaafVr : B&W Auto Repair .
Noknmlii Ann ScMI V IMIH ;
ace for U S Senator between Herbert P. Field (R). .l..i Throckraorton.. North Pert MODERN EQUIPMENT
'1I L. Hoi- I C School Board, Dlat. 4- Jh.rlotUi Vanmlea VI..,. Vw
Sen. Spessard
Ira Cdna Waflrfoll. V.....,
I land, Democrat incumbent Chalmer L. Coooer (Dj): Harry Ooh Ul Knwtl All., Noaomtol, t EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE

'It, and Republican hopeful\ I W. Frazee (R). Rny( niwth riaunrh Dlltor.I. .rI.1.n: | :D latOl MnaOct. C ALIGNMENT ft WHEEL j
I Claude R. Kirk Jr. i C Hospital Board-W. Cot- S..wort" V.nk.' BALANCES
J JI' For of. Florida, don Adams A. 0. (Scoop) (4 1 Cora "French Nnkmlalaura
governor .
t J. Kouih, Vanlnai, WUlfem ENGINE TUNE UP I
voters will choose between Anderson, William J. Scheb, "wt*. Rnilraoodi: Manilla Wbat. II, a
: I 9 of Alvin C. Wilhelm (D) Ken Envktwoodl "_1.. R._( VanleaiOr OVERHAUL
.L Mayor Haydon Burns ; ... rituoi. SaratoUl CU WI.. ii ii4i
I' 'acksonvllle on the Democrat neth D. Brumbaugh, Arnold nor. V,nlc.. AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE

I ticket and Rep. Charles R J. Funk, Lota C. Mundy, Gilbert oak Ill Dodd Earl Cn>,kmandi rats.,,I.:.i"l K.a.,.:i itophoii TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1 f

t Holley on the GOP aide. In N. Parker (R). elf V.nlo>| ...... Hlt.l. VmlratHlv. /
C Justice of the Peace, Lonn, Kn.lrm di Pindra Ma- 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph 488-3502
he only other statewide race onald. Nokonlal 'IrMia Mill" Vm.rai .
::1 on the county ballot Rep Dist 2-Robert K (Bob) 0>oar Konllvn;, n.Uw.W, | N :alortb
1' John W. Jack) Hasson. a Becker (D); E. S. (Bill) Ray V..i a.mhwh{ Tah..W, Vmh.t St.phm.Vbtsrp, N_ ::41, -.- --- ALL WORK GUARANTEED

Democrat, Is seeking re-elec-: mond (R). Nvb Ywl.ao., N.Mwl.,
j J I : J lon against Republican nominee a Constable Dist 1 W. Port ooh" Oharktw car Theodora, Rkb.p.prd, It.wk.L North:

.d : O. M. (Qua) Nelson Reed Chadwick (D); Russell < Port .CkarbtUl Pru* SkordUmt -
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: 1 'I I II1 Several other Democrat (Russ) Gates (RI.e ). ,v..Ill.Oat aft Mai* Cor lMi", V..le.t. IJ

J I Iij candidates for state judicialand Constable, Dist. 2 Paul Etbc4 Johiwon, eiwWwwd.

ij I cabinet posts are unopposed Taylor (D) ; Walter H. (Walt)
I1 I j t tn by the Republican Calger (R). SOUNDS GOOD
I party. e County Surveyor J MIAMI (AP)-A truck be-

Sarasota Lewis! Cobia D R, Paul longing to a Miami steakhouse
t I I .1 County contests as ( ); 4 ,
R advertises "For the (
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: I:I .I I I WHENITV Unopposed for county office Prime of Your Life"A

I are William N. Stuart, Republican
"?' 'II;1 TIME TO MOVEWrong candidate for Tax tonometer Is'' an Instrument

j, ,I: ;1 VhtiJ Assessor; William M. Hereford for measuring pressure 222W, MIAMI AVNUE 1/lNI
within the It Is
eye. commonly -
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used to test for glaucoma.
' Judge of Small Claims Court,
and George S. Fosler, Republican l'

) ; I II candidate for District 1 HOUSE FOR SALE Comfortable Surround1Jll s

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Smile. It's good exercise. farm teams in the low minors PH. 4884714 forting atmosphere for bereaved f f'' j'

won pants this year Rswlei Funeral Home faoJWhi( ahore dip I
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bring tourists back to your city, :your state

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Jo Copes Gives Tu.k On Her ,Model Home The, GONDOLIER Venice. F1,. Tnur... 0<1. 29, 1964-3



l eallndd Favorite Subject-Englewood f


LlmatedtlDA C NGLEWOOD: Legion aid much of her information : 1 a'P' Hit Again , i'l I IAik')1 I.

n-'iro! and Auxiliary mem was obtained from headstone +f
red hers heard an entertaining ir. Lemon Thieves plundered the tarn ,1
'dmUal ,nj( informative, talk by Mrs The Bay Cemetery South Venice model home for ,
> local
4rgmlg jojeplvne' Cortes on the his newswoman broke the second time In a week
td I cry of Englewoorl "t Monday the history of the community 4 1 last Sunday, only this time .
n'iht'1 l social meeting.. down into three period of 7r. they left a clue. '
colonization She said It was Deputy Sheriff Don Craft
I M", Cortes related numerous in 1959 that the "solid type"of r reawt' said he found several flnge
arks Dt&dde [ historical human inter colonization Ij''
began prints apparently left by the Ij''I
Mt anecdotes of early set The first road Into fcngle: t h burglars when he Investlga\. ''I Hb ,\
their families She r.T l -
and ,
tiers wood, according to Mrs. + ed the Sunday theft. I '
Cones, was built In 1917 Stolen sometime Sunday afternoon I,
Prior to that, transportation from the Fran Evans

+NStiM was via Lemon Bay. She sal : model home at the corner of b f ,
IfSTHELAWWhoever a title search of much : South Venice Boulevard and '
erty carries It back to prop., Alligator Drive were two bet. I'' ',}
shall secretly carry by the Spanish royal ownership I' & ' / spreads, two pillows, an elec. .'
' ebk arms of any kind on his fpmily. x iui1.J trie wall clock, several piece
or have concealed of china and crystal, a table
IT ep I person The speaker said
Grove
cigarette lighter and a set ot
dirk, pistol, metallc
any City property was first recorded hand and bath towels.
knuckles, sling shot 01 In 1886 when the area Deputy Craft said Evans reported i
billy, is guilty of a misde sllll\
was part of Manatee that the burglary apparently I!
meanor.Fla. County. And she went on to took place between
SO790.01 describe the setback caused sundown and 8:15: p.m. Sunday t
The carrying of concealed bv a di,i>slrnus freeze 1 In when he returned to lockup l'
weapons is declared a 1854 which destroyed\ the Stolen from the sum :'
Breach of Peace, and any lemon model home last
groves for which Lem. Tuesday
law officer may make arrests nn Bay is named. were two clocks, 10 small .
1,,) without warrant. f
Fla. Sta. 790.02 She also told some of the 11_' throw pillows, perfume and j

The use for any purpose background of early pioneer COLORFUL CIRCUS POSTERS for display executive director of the Venice Area Chamber powder.Similar thefts have been
whatsoever of BB guns, air fnmilles whose descendant during Circus Week in Venice area food of Commerce, end two Kraft Food Com reported in recent weeks
rifles and 2J rifles by any still\ live in the Englewoodarea stores, restaurants and lunch counter are pany representatives, Warren Savage (11.ltl), from model homes in Venice 'IVn
VD'tc child under the age of sixteen Including the GodfreysAlners shown Fen by C. A. (Nick) Keller' {center), .salesman end E. W. Lee ions manager Gardens. i
Is prohibited unless Goffs, Chadwick, .
and Anderson .. . ,. ..
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under In the presence the supervision of an adult.and ,' Miss Dometrla 0 d o m, MYI Groan \Vill :; :: : : :

Id Fla. Sta. 190.22 Lemon Bay American LegionAuxl1lary'S Trick Or Treat ,
Comment: The use of fire. representative to
arms can be dangerous Girls State last summer, alw For UNICEFA
not only to the Individualbut was a gurst speaker Miss N
to the community-at Odom gave a day-by-day account "trick or treat" to benefit ,i. I
n' her ec tivit' few _. ITnttorf Malinn. rhiUi-on'.
large. Do '
t'PHOLD THE DIGNITYOF Girls State: F nd-- (UNICEF) will l be < 1 :\ n

THE JUSTICE COURT The Venice High School sponsored attain this year by :. ;:', ,';' ), ; :\ ii
,4ERiI' WITH A MAN OR INTEG senior described her expercnces ; the Youth Fellowship of Ven- u : (
SIT! AND PREVIOUH at Tallahassee a* ; lee Nokomis Methodist t ,
9 EXPERIENCE 'fabulous, fascinating and Church ." .- 'ji DOUBLE KNITS. ,
flat' educational" I Members will meet at the v// i ALL PURE WOOL SPECIALSBY
Plans for the''annual fall church at 6:30: p.m. Saturday. PURITAN FOREVER YOUNG
I rummage sale to be sponsor They will divide Into group> I
ed by the Auxiliary In November ;.f four and go In cars to call Style No. 2204-Style No. 3204
also were discussed. "t homes In the community
to The new 'elongated lapel on the naw brief jacketing Is 0
collect contributions to
Members and friends are asked rare way ta be sean Indupensible. suit subtly textured It I
to accumulate discarded help needy children around shaped In 'the' silhouette of the year Chelsea Is .the big
articles for the sale. the world. look In all pure Wool double knit hits . The look to
The 1965 membership cam There will be an adult driver behold!
OVI! paign was reported well un, In each car. When they Gold, Ruby, Teal, Purple, Green, Block. 10.20, 12H 22yComparison I
c f A derway and progressing fay return to the church, a party at 29.99
orably will be given in Fellowshi
Hall for those who partlc- Invited .................:......._....., 1999
pated. Those who make the
Venice Lions rails will be Identified by the
UNICEF: bands on the small
Set Fund DriveThe i milk cartons which will bused .

Venice Lions Club will to receive the donations 1
conduct a drive Nov 8 to sell\ This "trick or treat" project ;. ,
electric \light bulbs, brooms has been approved by the y ry} ..r
mops and whisk brooms to authorities and will be surjer /g, A le I
Venice and Venice Gardens vised by the adult counsellor iflea.
residents with the proceeds of the MYF.Sanders. gsS wr: eislf !

ELECT going; to finance Lions-sup- MAZE OF CONCRETE, STEEL AND across Lemon Bay. North key residents are .

The MAN most ported community projects. Takes CRANES meet the eye as construction of still forced to travel the length of the key I

Lions Club President Kem- the new North Manesota bridge progresses. to Englewood, if driving to Venice. A temporary r xf
QUALIFIED per Breeding said the light
bulbs would be 'In handy Agent Course The east abutment is nearing completion and causeway or a road up to South Venice

ROBERT K. packets, each containing 60, concrete supporting pylons are reaching is still in the "tailing stages."
13l 75 and 100-watt bulbs at $2 Paul E. Sanders, an asso- 1 1j
l "BOB"BECKER for eight. "Every householder -I late of the William P. Toole I GETTING OUT OF TOWN
can use l light bulbs and Insurance Agency, received Bridge ScoresBridge CHIEFLAND Fla. (AP) -
his drive affords an opportunity word this week that he has Chiefland's first mayor under 1I
Democritlo CandidateFor to get a good supply, has successfully completed a I the mayor-commission form j
while helping a most worthy course of study at the Mary. Studio, Oct. 19, Venice Contract Bridge Club. of government has resigned<
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE cause," he added. land Casualty Company In. 1:00: p.m. Oct. 23, 7:30: p.m. three months before completing f
The entire club membership urance School for Agents. NORTHSOUTH1Mr. NORTH-SOUTH his one-year term
District I, has been organized to canvass The school approved by and Mrs. R. N. 1-Mrs. Elgin Morison and Mayor Commissioner I R. I
SARASOTA COUNTY residents In this annual the State of Florida Insurance Gould 103'/i.\ Mrs. T. B. Richardson, 83 W. Putchaven cited a can-
fund drive which has trains Carter and 2-Miss Ethel Morison and flirt between
Co.I -ralsing department, appll 2-Mrs. Harrison political office
Pull 20A
Lever been an annual project for ants to take the examinationfor I Gen. L. B. Miller 91. Mrs. J. J. Nealon 82!. and his new job rural mail
.61R1S". Pil..< far br the St>u DMiuratleb many year The money is a state Insurance agent's 3-Mrs. J. L. Cornwell and 3-Mrs. Carter Harrison and carrier.
rntlve, Goodrwh ConmltU, ehilrmin at Florida.Wirrra ..d used by the club in its sight- license. Sanders already Is Myron Schoenfeld, 88 to. Gen. L. H Miller 79. wsiW
N. Ra.-... County Dmornitlebtttuhve saving. Little League, Boys a licensed Insurance sales EAST-WEST EAST-WEST LEVER 20A '
Cvmmltt. State and other activities. man. 1-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and 1-2-Mrs. C. E, Bryant and yTC" et' M ./
- The course began Sept J4 Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 97. N. K. Patton 74. DEMO."BOB" .
and ended Oct. 22, comprisng 2-Mrs. Clarence Cook and 12Mrs. Clare Carlson and BECKER r
YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn 270 hours of classroom Mrs Charles Hancock, H. Stewart 74. JUSTICE of the PEACEEvery te
3 Miss
Lucy Journeay
3 study, Sanders received a 9254.3Mrs. and
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(tech e'ontle.t ads ) '
Auto Insurance grade of 94.Hootenanny. J. H. Morris and Al Journeay Jr., 71. .
Mrs. James G. Kalec, #
I. LOW RATES 91!4. .v

2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS Set Bridge Studio, Oct. 19, 4s ::1. ,/

3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE > 7:30: p.m. "1
& ika
For Monday NightThe 1-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and r e b
Mrs. J. H. Morris 46i.! \
second of
Hootennany 23Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and II
he 1964-69 school will : '
year t
Mrs. Emmy Reilley, 46.
be held at 7:30: p.m. Mondayin
23Mrs. Corey Graff and IIDOUBLE
the Venice High School
Mrs. J. J. Nealon 46.

AGENCYl: ym.The folk-ainging, get-togeth- Bridge 7:30 Studio.: p.m.Oct. 20, ,..,te Irene ......... L. H.II..... s..es. A f..t hwNeyd.n lam ,
ers are staged as a fund-rala- 1-2-Mrs. James G. Kalec Oov..n.r. u.......... as'.ter Go..Nami_ ,
log project of the Keyetteswith ...... '1."d. ,
Vincent
and Col. Dixon
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proceeds going Into a' \
1-2-Mr. and Mrs. R. N. ,
cholarship fund. I
Gould57..
3-Mrs. Carter Harrison and KNITS. .
Gen. L. H. Miller, 54. Florida Official' ALL PURE WOOL SPECIALSBY
1-Col. Ira Nelson and Myron I
PURITAN FOREVER YOUNG
SeEi@1miaMmw@r
Schoenfeld 48ft. Supports
Woman's Club Oct. 22, Style No. 2205-Style No. 3205

1:00: p.m. President .' "Going' coming, , bockword . forward . uetouoo
NORTHSOUTH1Miss grandly, tastefully designed by Forever Young. All pun
andR. Lyndon B. Johnson T an Ad.n Awlw w xr.e doubt knit Wool In a slender stalk of dreg
Lucy Journeay Gold, Green, Red, Blue. Purple, Black.I folr '
N. Gould, 1262.2Mrs. \ .
\. Carter Harrison and esv Specially Priced . ,
Gen. L. H. Miller 122.3Mrs. .I a ,
I IMoibfi T. B. Richardson and ,, v r< A Onetime Value! .. ?........_ 199 : i "

Mrs. Elgin Morison, 114. :: -
4-Mrs. D. A. Hathaway and \

PkBEFORE Mrs C. C. Gardner, 112. These) two styles ore the best of season. . fab I i .
e EAST-WEST ,roar, l "
1 rice excellent
1S 1SI -Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and { :
) H. Stewart, 138. I

YOU DECIDE! 2.3-Mrs. J. H. Morris and b, '. Gr_ I. I.wl. .t Ih._. D. '.11., Deyl.Ca, J'l t 1
BE EXCLUSIVE
Miss Ethel Morison, 135. fob Pab Iu.xlxrndent' r .. .. 13 PIECES ONLY i !
LUXURIOUS COUNTRY CLUB LIVING FOR LESS THAN $1.00 A DAY 2 3-Mrs. R. N. Gould and tellx, in.wrx 0'Hblk I.'IM ; =:.
IN THE DISTANT FUTURE
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY NOT Mrs. J. J. Nealon. 135.

Evtrything'i here now for your pleasure. Swimming Pool-Picnic Area- Bridge Studio, Oct. U, VENICE LITTLE/ THEATRE
Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard 1:00: p.m. Every Florida oflicial, elected ilul' ....ii.., ag5a i! .r 1
Rentals RntrMtd ro Adulfi Only No Pets -Mrs. F, N. Mulhern and the re-election of President Johnson. Present ,,
between State and National
Effective cooperation
DIRECTIONS Venice Ave. Turn Left at East Gate to Colonial Manor Mrs Louis J. Unertle. 70.2Mra. el 1 I
: Go East on officiali reflects In many experience I /
Peter Olsen and Mrs. l
TELEPHONE 488-6118 I/ H. L. 5314.3.Mrs economics and progreu. Favorable Federal deUons "COME BLOW YOUR HORN"Nov. 4
Bartholomew < have been reipontlble far Fien do's retention lit
May Barges and J, of our great military Initallalions, continuing. it !k
K. Hill. 52. development of spoor program. Interstate' Highways 4.5.6.7 8:30 p.m. ;
I 4-M.. end Mrs. W. H. Tom. prelection of citrus and cattle I Induitriei.Florida .
.... 1I'
linson, 51. hat benefited In conduction programsfar 1x1= BUY YOUR TICKETS IN OUR STORE ,
schools univertlllei hoipitoli' and such other a wddiearlrol v
projects os the Cross State large Canal. Manaiin Office {, "
An average of 69,700 public t i _
school classrooms have been t

built every year for the past
u five, according to the U. S /tefCTI.MM
Office of Education. H
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.....TIie GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Than, Oct. 27, 1964
Haley Report SEE AMERICA'S

"BLACKMUSEUMwIAAB "

:: :: "'ON I U,.,":..L "0' 'ANI
Cynicism Beyond BeliefBy NOBTH fO.T CHARtOTT

; ADMIT ENTIRE. 'FAMiLY$1$

k r rr RIP lAMES A. HALEY South In the ways of law campus of one of our na 'iiY.Aii--------: : -
and order. Thla la cynicism tion's leading and most respected OICNA&LDTT : AMI UkA.r.lf OOUN r:
t few the newspapers Institutions of higher os arras
A days ego beyond belief :!: gnu 4IM.
, .hkl
the could be frighteningfor NNbn" ease.
country dislodge
acrosa Police ware not able to learning .' Him Till. -
carried pictures of the rioting some of the student the future of our nation OPEN DAILY $UNDATS-5SS' oil
r at the University of Celifor'nle rioters from the university's if we did not know the American PM'
at Berkley. I wonder It administration building The people The American POLICE HALL OF FAME
KCXBEB. Of TUB AMOCIATO' MMIIEHBER or THE fLORIDA fKMk ASSOCIATION there could be anything more police car,was not released people are clew to anger -
1\\ outrageous than the conduct from the blockade until university but when wa finally net fed
n. Ae. l.w. ,,... .. .....,..., Mlal.a' M w n. N..ubIhe..1. all'1 Mel a1.Mane./MIW, rN those photographers pictured officials capitulatedand up, we can and do really lower -
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e..b.wa..l.aad: la MN eee bO' w.e wed .eblak1 AU rlehM.1 .ie.bU..U." the boom.
1 q f rm".1II.NWr.n.W r w..A 10 grephicallyse i agreed to review the suspension
The ..e. .e .dwtatq ....M. N MM. .UMrae a ..vrl..M-lr ere Nr ......u...... N.. A police car blockaded on of eight students on It Is my guess that the
1 er..p lab..:. = M arm.: e.r.a."A the campus for more than 30 charges of violating university atreet beach and school riot-

't'j .kllk, ...*. Until .M n....., ...... I1I-J4 E. MiMil, A.... hour by rioting itudent whorefused regulations regulations I era are Just about to push that FINAL CLOSEOUTBrand
I, to let It depart.A of constituted authority American patience to
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4 Pawns At leer ClM Muur Al F OfflM l V M% F1ertda
V o 14-year-old man not against soliciting funds on the point.
I EDWARD D. BALL ..un..n..n..uuw..u..n.. Editor Mid Publisher even a student showing his campus for outside political So much for that line of New 1964
'I scorn for law and order by Said one newt thought Aa you know the
''J : COURTNEY WILLIS ............................ .. ... Advertising Manager sleeping In the blockaded cer organltatlons.storyi Eighty-Eighth: Congress bee

t J : SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphow Editor between speeches urging the "In return for the review at long last reached the and CHEVY II 4 DR. SEDAN

f {a I ROGER KILBY................................. Mechanical SuperintendentSUBSCRIPTION students to trample down constituted tudenta. agreed to allow the of Us trail (barring remote
r authority departure of the police car." possibility of a post-election Stock N,. M
: 11'I011--:: And more offensive the Well I know what would extra session). I will, therefore Equipped with 120 H-P. Hi-thrift i-tyl. Engines
I RATES la county, $5 25 per rear, S3.U per eta lab rioters dragging a policemandown have happened to ma whenI send to you within the HeaterDefroster "
per three month. 10 eenu per copy Out of county, M2A per year. (..2$ the steps of a university was a school boy and probably next week or so, as is my ; Twin Sun visors; Dual arm rests; Foam-euih.
per ux! months, $3 per three months.Aav.rtu.ni building. to you when you were custom, my annual report toned front teat; Parallel action electric windshield wp.;
I KrpnMiutirMi t\m\ .Ma Pntt ........ G.II.MTIII. ru. Amruti NmptMr ers J Most surprising all, the at that atage had I undertaken listing the major! legislationenacted en; Mlnt-qreen finish, matching cloth A venyl Inferior;
s *. Nee York N Y.I AUuu. 6m.t Dorolt' MICA rioters got by holt despite to bludgeon school officials during the Session tinted. windshield.
I -- dire warnings by the university Into substituting my own just ended, in order that you Why buy a used oar when you can get ell this in a new
i t\ :, president of punitive reprisals desires for their own author may have this information In CHEVY for only.
An Informed Electorate if the students did not ity. I would have been reminded a handy summary form. My
desist In their rioting I rioting where it would do weekly reports to you will be
) I which purportedly was In the most good who was discontinued until the new $1888SIX
Get-ouHhe-vote campaigns have been ture. They will, In many Instances, pro support of a drive to raise running the show. Congress assembles next January
I : a pert of national election for a great foundly affect the lives and opportunities funds to send "missionaries" In addition to being disgustIng unless, of course, there MORE TO CHOOSE FROM-SAVE HUNDREDS
to educate the "lawless" this outbreak on the is a special session.
many years. Of late, however, something of our children and our children's chile
.\ new and eminently worthwhile has been dren. It cannot too often' be repeatedthat Duncan Chevrolet

I' I, added. More and more of these campaigns an Informed people li the first essential Sensing The News

I s! stress that It is the duty of the to the perpetuation, of our Institutions U.S. 41 at Englewood Rd. Phone 4M3047THE

j i voter to seriously and thoroughly study and our freedoms.By .
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\ the Issues. and evaluate the candidates all means, vote-the fact that ta Playing Politics With DefenseBy
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before entering the polling booth. many million qualified Americans commonly
I An uninformed vote Is worse than no
stay away from the polls has long THURMOND SENSING
vote at all. The policies and principles
that are adopted now, with the consent been a national disgrace. But, above all, Beginning In World War II, playing politics with defense. Johnson administration It
I : those will really know what and who you are voting the Southern states were selected For that matter, defense poll. was a virtual confession Of + 1efiye, TO Oe.M MINIM
I I I af f the electorate, are which as the Ideal area for tics have been in the news for the crudest kind of defense HANDY
l! do much to determine this nation's, fu for. defense training erect Bleeped the last three and one-half politics .mow. HAaow
with good weather, the years The public surely has This kind of statement by aE I
uniformed commanders real. not forgotten the TFX Jet the wife of tha President Is v ems.raNw
: Letter From A County hid that& the South was the fighter controversy of past insulting<< to the Southerners wt..
region best equipped by nature months It was apparent that employed In defense work.
I' ft. to be the site of alrbasesand the administration had shifted They are given the idea that r I
I army training camps. a M billion fighter plane they hold their Jobs, not because
I Judae And Coroner Thus It was not the efforts of contract from one stale to they do good work and
politicians, nor the favor of another because of the political are helping the country In Its I
the White House, that gave advantages Involved. In defense effort but because of SENSIBLE WAY TO PAINT
TAe tailoring/ was submitted to the'" of the nurses told us that even the
the South the numerous defense New York State today, there a form of federal patronage.
: Naptti! Fla, Doily News os a letter fo blood one of the keys were spittingup facilities that it has to Is politics being played with Insofar as naval bases are IS WITH
the editor. Editor and Publisher Mike smelled like a brewery It wasn't day the future of the Brooklyn (concerned then basea exist .
I' This is an Important truth, Navy Yard These are by no in the South because of the
.... : Chance of the News M i H deserved pleasant and about that time the dls- for In this final I pre-election means the only situations In great harbors on the South LUCITE

.- spore in his editorial column. Tin /I.'. cussion had gotten around te who was period some politicians loyal which administration politic ern coasts and the rising

'er and Mr. C/ionce'i/ editorial comment going to notify the parents.Yes to the Johnaon administration . involve .defense. bases andcontr.ct. communist danger from the
I l.- are trying to sell Southerners Southern hemisphere. Anoth.
0;.'btiilg -reprinted here as II maffer I'm sorry yen were net there on the idea that they Obviously, those communi. er reason the South has such
of interest' fo GONDOLIER reooVs for possibly you would have volunteered keep the military bases at ties with military installations bases is that it enjoys excellent .
A to call them, poittbly, but I the pleasure of the administration or military contracts weather where Northern a / a
Indeed, Southernersare are alarmed when politicians seaports are too cold for adequate
I Dear Whoever) You Are doubt it because, although they might told by these politicians supporting the administrationIssue training In winter. ,

: I don't know your name end will have looked like young men to you, that they should consider veiled and not so veiled These facts should be clear. s
r 'I r. themselves lucky for having threats of political retaliation ly understood, so that the defense .
t but I'm gladI and daddy thought they
nest
some
b'y mama
t t ,. prob never you
,. bases and defense contracts, If a community falls to sup- base workers aren'tmilled
;' I dWt havecur conscience todey.p were still babies suggesting that these are a port the administration, or terrified by the administration asap
Sometime, '"I Friday night or Saturday Like I said before, I'm sure glad I Idon't form of handout. This is a Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson on politicians.
I p crude political appeal, and her recent political campaign!! They can best defend the
3rd have live with
October 2nd and to conscience
molninc, you your
one that is unworthy and swing through the South, country and their Own rights
either sold or gave some alcoholic beverages today. shaire'css In chancier. Nevertheless made a point of stressing that by refusing tot the slaves
to three lids I don't' know whether Sincerely, it is being made, people In areas dependent on of would-be I bosses
It is unhappily a fact that defense contracts should who threaten economic retaliation
it was in Browsed, Dade or Collier Richard M. St.nl.yCo""ty the Johnson administration faIn make a partnership with tha Inb d
County, and I don't know if you let Judge A Coroner

I them have it knowing they were tee"agers *

or just dijn'r. go l to enough Judge Stanley also serves Collier Parson To Person

I trouble to theek. Cuunty as Juvenile Judge In addition

As you tin t.e, there ere a lot of to his duties as county judge and ,
By The ULV JOHN LOUIS JONES, Pastor, Venlce-Nokomls Methodist Church
things I don't know about this, but one coroner. The above letter alearly indicates

I I thing I do know is that at 403: '..m.j why Judga Stanley has 1, gained an THE MAN WHO LEFT GOD OUT OF HIS LIFEIn

Saturday morning they got me out of' enviable reputation for being "tough"on studying the teachings of wee God who made it possible love and a sense of Justice
j Jesus we discover that he hada for him to reap such an The spirit of love may
bed to to those beys. charged with selling alcoholic
go persons great deal to say concerning abundant harvest Ha thought grow taint. the sense of Justice
The boys had made It about 10 miles beverages to minors. We sincerely man's material possessions! of his farm as something that In high places may be
I' from Miami along the Temlamt Trail hope he will continue to merit this Many of the parables of Jesus belonged to him. According to difficult to detect, but nevertheless
deal with this subject. Perhaps the laws of the state he waa "the light ia still shining -
when road laudable .
the automobile went off the
reputation.Now the most familiar of the owner of the farm. He in darkness." and becauseof
; for the last time. I |Iud wish you Could that this opportunity has presented these parables is found in St. held a legal title to the land. the righteousness of God,
I have been with me when I got to the itself, we extend to Judge Stanley Luke's Gospel, Chapter 12: But he had forgotten that God "the darkness will never be
11-21. This la the dory about was the one who created the able to overcome It."
scene, the car mangled around a palm our appreciation far his dedicated the wealthy farmer whose earth, and made it possible The rich fool mistook his
tree with one dead kid still In )It and! efforts to rehabilitate and make useful farm produced such an for him to produce such an body for hie soul He said, .ii

: the car door plastered Into a palm I.I citizens of the many youngster who abundant harvest that his abundant! harvest "Soul, take thine ease" One's
barns would not hold his There are many men today soul cannot be sa'lufled with
tree deeply that it broke off and before' him In Juvenile Court. If
I so coma produce.In who make this same mistake material things His wealth
I I stayed with the tree when the wreck.rI' parents of these unfortunate youngsters his soliloquy ha ssid tohimself The cult of the .elf-made mania caused him to develop a feeling
moved the car. would show Just one-half the concern "Soul, thou hast a common fallacy. Everyman of false security.I The full l
much goods laid up for many is dependent upon some floss of his barns made him
I' 'I .The flashing red lights el, the patrol for their future as does Judge Stanley years; take thine ease. Eat person or society, and upon forget the emptiness of hit
; j cars casting a glow of hell over the -there would be must less juvenile delinquency drink and be merry." But God for the things to whichhe soul.
Jesus called him a fool and holds title Jesus did not condemn the
area were interrupted by the In
; I I j' momentary our county. this parable has come to be We are able to own prop possession. of wealth The
.i 'I I pinpoints of' flashlights! checkingskid \ Ha hasn't sold to directly, but wa known as "The Parable of h'll-' : money because of ownership of property can be
; I marks and examining the cor. have come to the conclusion that Judge the Rich Fool. Let us tike a : of our land If there a blessing to the person who

t : I About that time the radio blared to Stanley more or less agrees, at we closer discover look at some the parableand of the were protection no lava there to would afford be ouch no owruijt large., 'he and ability to the to world accumulate at- THIS IS MARY J. ORR

J .j, I tell us that the second boy wet dead do, with the old adage "Spire the reasons why Jesus called him such thing as the ownershipof wealth honestly is a God.
I and the third net enpected te live. rod and spoil the child." a fool. property. We enjoy security given talent. If this talent is
The first reason Is that this and protection because consecrated jo God it bea
II II'f ::When we got to the hoipital one,! Napfet,. Fla., Dally News man left God out of his life. God has Implanted in the means of extending can the influence Your Republican Candidate for
I He failed to realise that it hearts of men the spirit of of one's personality.'Let's .

I [,JI II;' i : j i .''i 1 : Force With, Force (Maybe) SUPERVISOR In the General of REGISTRATION Election


;, : j I: It has become apparent that, on a Friday '-The-earlier. Tonkin Gulf flare-up and te Plant A Garden"B1

r I (or Thursday, maybe), a total of the Jack Armstrong-like retaliation stagad WHY

t I l'' five (or, perhaps four or three) naval by U. S. fighter planet against navel ANNIE RUTH SUMMERS ?

r craft (or very large ducks) from North bates In North Viet Nam. Except for on- our previous column we are very fragrant. In the 1963 our plants. :-

I "r/ t i I Viet, Nam (or China, or Ruuii) attackedor the-spot television coverage of the attack and talked tl'..about.. This hardy week shrubs we'll freeze and this the plant tender shed growth its leaves waskilled The dwarf poinciana Is PAST

,1 \ ( playfully' darted at, ar ran away and the simultaneous publication of a cover some of the semihardytrees but It came back with another semi-hardy one of our more shrubs.colorful

: : frem) ships (er aircraft, or trucks or footS paperback book entitled: "I Bombed the and shrubs. new leaves within I a month There are two colors of the

;' 1 soldiers) belonging to the United States Viet Cong for Freedom and LBJ," it was month Just is a reminder time that to plant this The Losonia take will to semi-tree plant. One Is bright Four Years, ExperienceAs
1 a good pruning which makes it
:44;, I (or England, or France). the best publicized pre-election' gimmickry petunias and all other an- bloom even better as the new yellow same color and as the the other Poinclana la the

"t -.As a consequence of this (or something of the century. nuala for November and December growth produces the flowers. tree except the flower cluat- r
blossoms. Also don't
,, I : L that happened before, or something And, so, with this sort ef' precedent, forget the vegetable Thryalla is another of era are smaller, Each lovely Deputy SupervisorOf
i that happened afterwards), the United why all the reluctance now to discuss It? i garden tills group which lends a nice orange orchid flower 1s tha shape of
t touch of color to your garden an and very showy.
States craft (or aircraft or trucks or foot Was there an attack Was there fire re- n i, who Those have of you the It produces clusters of canary These plants will grow Into Registration

I ,soldiers) fired on the.. enemy (or on the turned Were ship sunk Were there, I time and yellow flowers and U also small trees If we prune the ;

11) duels) and sank them (er didn't sink for that matter, ships Involved et all? 1' space, you can to ever-blooming pruning (If rod we rememberto takes well\ lower make a branches single trunk.away A combination and.

them). Until someone In the administration P'vbwA plant of manytypes use our pruning shears of the two colors Meade
41' j vegetables Under H.
Virginia
r Unfortunately this Is about as thorough chooses to clear this latest rhubarb up vt for your more often we'll\ have nicer planted In the corner of a
t more compact plants). walled garden ia a apectacu-
'.j t as.we. can be In our coverage of this the suspicious onlooker can come te only winter meals lar' sight and It well protected

y J International Incident (assuming that there one logical conclusion) Someone mixed and this those Includes Ilka Shrimp the name plant looks implies.exactly Tha will bloom all the time DOfSN'T THAT SPEAK! FOR: ITSELF?

'J.'J.WAS. art Incident) since the Stata Department up the scripts and pulled eff an Oct. 10 at. luscious straw flowers come out on the tips these Again plants we urge when you the to prune flow-

) t r and the administration have Incident prematurely an Sept I 17, In addition Mrs. Bummers berries of the branches and are tile era begin to become '
sparesand
The aomi-hardy group of shape and color of boiledahrimp VOTE MARY in 64
ORR
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I''.' I I'I shown an almost g'rllsh: reticence to discuss ta a polity In Viet Nam It would' ihruba indudea the Losonia, without the tall. How- the seed poda appear Cut

I the whole affair .seem that the administration ceuld else a lovely ever-blooming-I aver, a well cared for shrimp off the old flower apikea and

' I 'This Is In sham contract to the C 51 flowers
I IV-f feet. It has dark pink dark rusty red flowers, it will appear on then '
I B. diMille fanfare which was given to Indianapolis, ('ind.:, Stir. flowers bOrn In clusters which Is among thll loveliest of all w growth h)




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Enhance The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie Thtrr' tr'. 29. 1 l54-S "
Sports A Guy's Popularity: ; ? Grove City Park I I

Plans Tabled Hands, Not Dishes, In Sink More Often Survey Show ", I \ ,

Take: 'The Kids' Word What's washed more oftenat model ((722 or 722-S with cost-conscious homeow n e r s 11'jl; '
I, Fnr /fYoctj your kitchen sink? spray) that provides additional who appreciate trouble-free >
; - -- . "'o Until November Dishes Silverware Vegetables / ease since It can be 'el I operation and water-aavlnr '
.: EUGENE GILBERT per cent said they did. The cent of themwere ? Guess Again. It's bow-operated" when your economy The Moen cartridge "
Sd Gilbert Youth surprising statistics were they gained health certan mono the girls, swimming ENGLEWOOD Action on hands! hands are soapy or full of I contains all working action j ,\i
president Research, Inc. theses: 39 per cent thought from whatever benefits was far and away the most .hi acquisition of a site for Recent studies conductedby dishes, and the Lucite knob and Is easily adjusted or. ,'
sports Interfered with school took part In. sport the they popular. the establishment of a Grove kitchen research planners model (622( or 622-S with after years of service, quickly .
The old song about the ad. work: 97 per cent thought it football Among the boys, One youngster taking pa.-t City recreation park has teenpostponed reveal the average American spray) that matches Moen replaced by anyone. I, .
Interfered : was roost pop. I la four football, lacrosse to the November homemaker washes her units for lavatory, bath
vantages/ of being, a footballhero with other activi tale; participant followed sports- your The complete line of,Moen !i'
apparently has come ties.The closely by sport wrestling and tennis meeting ,of the Grove City hands at the kitchen sink 12 and shower, single-handlo mixing faucets :.1.
- basis, In fact. young athletes-fig per swimming and baseball.basketball A- I-said he valued the things_ Civic Auoctatlon. times a day. Dad uses the With Itl patented cartridge may be aeon at Babe' I
At least, that's- what teen. ho learned from ac hoot com Vie President Clayton kitchen faucet at least twice construction, all Moen models Plumbing and J. W, Moore) I I'I'I'
gees think about participants f petition. James R, Williams: Rhodes submitted a comprahenalvt and the kids-when you can have proved a real boon to In Venice. : I
/ In all school sports, not Jr., IT, of Baltimore, listedt report on details of get them to wash about II'j '
gridiron athletes. It \\ h e s t as "self-discipline, the project] at the October three times. !
just explain/ why so many of them may r\\ : team work and sportsman'ship meeting last Wednesday After With all that traffic fur -'j j :! ', I
lake part In an active sport II't ." Trackman Pat Muller, prolonged discussion It hand washing alone, It'. no ll
school even though!: there IT, of San Francisco, said his was voted to table the propo.sItlon wonder the new singlehandlefaucets !
I m II a general feeling that it chief benefits were "popu I until the next .....Ion.I by Moen have proved iT iTSure I I "
interferes with school work . larity and getting my picturein During the meeting President 10 popular.
snd other non-sport activities.Sxtyelgnt the yearbook." I James Padovano briefly With these modem water. n
I par cent of the .'"" i iI. Beatrice Wangern, a It- outlined aome of the accomplishments mixing faucets, handwashers ., ; I
old of the organization --and dishwashers too,-never i
1225 beys and girls we Inter. yeer- girt from Everett.Ind. .
viewed were active in at least I. .;..;:: .,. performs in track end in Its program for the welfare fiddle with separate con- t I I'''S 1 1I
oni school sport many of 1 field events and plays basket- and promotion of Grove City, (trols. Just raising Moen'i one e I ,
I '
them In more than one. And ball. She enjoys it becauseshe I Padovano tyc the new handle turns water on, to any ;
Grove post office and desired volume simultaneous
did they think that taking / "meets and makes new
mail delivery' as one of Its turning of this
part In a sport made them friends on my own teams, and same
more popular? Seventy-eight In traveling to other schoolsand outstanding projects. He also handle gives you hot, cold

Zw w Z MH cities, makes new friends mentioned the association'ssuccess or any desired temperatureIn and personal? For only
In road pennies
obtaining repairs a
I there" Carolyn Norton, 18, between. Lowering the j
Re-Elect of Palo ; erection of Grove City handle, at any temperature
Verdes, Calif., likestennis
highway sign boating "slowdown" week a conveniently/ / availabl"bank
RAYMOND and swimming "1 I ; position, turns water off.
signs at the mouth of
benefit," she said, "from the Moen offers this sirigle-con-: '
I District No. 2 GOP ( fresh air and the nice, tired each Grove of the City business canal;center resurfacing - trol convenience in the kitchen Safe Deposit Box saFeguards your personal -

JustIce/ of Peacepaid I 1 1Ih relaxed feeling I get." plaza; establishment of designs with: two The award-winning lever-hsndle I family or business valuables
As might be
political ad expected a public telephone booth; and
many of the'' girls though elimination of a "worm
sports farm." I against fire, flood theft and prying
- -- - participation helped WHAT DO YOU KNOW
them to keep their figures Action was taken to obtain
YOUR slim. 'A few of the boys also ".nablln.le.islatlon" In Tallahassee NORTH MIAMI (AP-The) : eyes I Why risk delay? Rent one herewith
liked: the Idea of keeping their allowing county city of North Miami recently
Weight down. Amongboth health authorities and the annexed a parcel of land us today.
I-----; CARby sexes, the idea t)f engaging sheriff to eliminate the hordes and was embarrassed to discover I
In sports purely for the fun of stray cats now multiply an Incinerator, operat "
of it got a lot of votes Phillip log and creating a hazardous ed by a supermarketCouncilman I I

Bill Phillip Smith, 20, of San Francisco situation. Represent a 11 v e Leonard Kimball .
was emphatic about it Frank: Smoak has agreed to said, "I don't know how
Many auto racing drivers Asked how he benefitted from Introduce such a till In the this got In. We don't allow -
say they are safer on the playing tennis, his complete legislature. I an Individual to burn his -
trick than on the freeways.Just reply was: "Fun, fun, fun!!I" It was reported that the garbage here. Why would we
taln't sol! A man figured Eighteen-year-old Mike t Incorporation had been of accomplished the association let a business do It?" I

out the deaths per 100 million Sterns, of Cleveland, Ohio
miles driven on California saw sports as interferingwith luring tificate the ot'summer and a cer Most earthquake faults are
roads. It came out 2.9 school work He put it Incorporation issued under the sea. One under
fatalities. What was the .' this way"A: by Secretary of State land Is the San Andreas Rift VENICE.NOKOMIS
f young man Tom Adams was presented at
death rate at the Indian tp in California, which triggered
j f r D needs all the academic pre the meeting, / j
apolis "500" per 100 million paration he can get. Sports Prior to the business see the catastrophic San 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE i
miles driven? 39301 Francisco earthquake In 1908. I IIr'FflLI
Driving prevent this." H.
may Grey lion, an fashioned nelgh-
the nation's roads and by. Brown, 16, of Louisville, Ky.. borhood covered dish supper '
nays is roughly: 1300 times disagreed this "Whenyou'r. r THE 1
way; was enjoyed with Mrs. John @ I
safer than driving the Indy In I VENICE FLORIDA
sports, you try O'Donovan In charge of arrangements _
"'
500. harder in school to keep your assisted by Mrs "BIG"
Tires when pulling a trailer marks up so you can stay on Clayton Rhodes, Mrs George 3"AT
? Ye., you need eight good the team and on the good E. Ejrgett! Mrs, H. V. Inskeep '
ones, That side of and Mrs. William E. "S"I' ate Covnfy'i OW i' tern*"
means a spare for your ptrenM. Herd. VSC : 1
and ____ J L| _ ,,
n man.
your. car your trailertoo. - ..... -- ,- --- I _ _ _ _
have Rear 4 to car 10 pounds tires ahould more Candidates Hasson NelsonIn -,

pressure than normal. This 1. ; I
makes up for Increased load A SOUND
BUSINESSMAN"A
of trailer on rear car wheels.
"It's the law." No object
my be placed In or upon a Joint Appearance Here \\ "
vehicle so that it may obstruct QUALIFIED
the driver's views 'This ,
Includes objects in or near Two Sarasota County sand! the growth of the entire South I members and senator from a
the windshield area-Includ- dates for the State Legislature County area and its tremendous I county have full control ol ,1
ing baby shots, dice or toys. were the speakers at potential in the coming local blUs. There are exceptions "
Many folks wait until this Wednesday noon's Venice several yearn to thl., rule, however," FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
time of year to buy a new wants Club luncheon KI-I' "The construction of three he said "One of these Is ur-

car. Stop by at BILL PHIl State Rep. Jack major bridges, a new high. ban renewal bills," he add ,- -'-= ----. -,
UPS FORD here in Venice, Democratic candidate for reelection way through Venice and the ed. '
and let us show :you\ what and Col. G. M. (Gus) forthcoming construction of "For example he contin County Commissioner Johnson Warren Says:
the Idea of "clean up" time Nelson, Republics nominee, the Intracoastal Waterway ued, "Hasson and Jordan Introduced .' I
Ji all about. This is the time had an opportunity to state will open a vast new surge of an urban renewal v "Roy Graves hat been my friend for many
when dealers try to clean their views to members of development of your community bill for the City of Sarasota. ; yearn For 18 yeari h. has operated a x b
way all of the present model the club at the weekly meet- ," he emphasized Instead of it being passed bya W ,k""
t successful construction business.
wave of the hand, the house heavy
cars to be ready for the new Ing. Cites Potential"I wp a
ones> We know you like the Hasson, who carried his feel the South County has divided on this and the vote s r A: This hoe given Roy administrative and AYtr, + .,
ford for '64 and now is the "grassroots sounding boardprogram" tremendous potential for the was 69 for and 23 against. An business knowledge which will be Important (
through the South ordinary local bill would have .8
time to benefit of the entire
gave on one economical
money to him Commissioner .I
been unanimously passed as a County <
last said "I
Stop In this week County week : am county. I feel that with
particularly impressed with the acquaintanceship, and;! "So far, nearly, two years I '" t "v' .Roy Graves will mate an excellent '
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friendship, I have developedIn later, the Sarasota City Fathers t ; Saraiota County Commissioner."
I SALE SAVINGS STAMPS SALE this area, during the past have never put it to a + e
two years and .during the vote," he' added.
present campaign, that the Nelson then declared. "It is
JIM PONDER'S LIQUORS South County need never con. not his (the legislator's) willpower .
alder Itself a stepchild In rep it's his WON'T power .
125 W. Venice Ave Open Sunday resentation." that counts.

He pointed out that he is "The temptation is alwaysto ,
REGULAROR now a member of the power say 'yes' to anyone who
ful Appropriations Committee proposes le.lalatlohe add. '
NEW EXTRA LIGHT ELECT
and if reelected plans to : ed. "If the measure is carefully I' !
form a bipartisan legislative studied, _however, that
Black White committee of prominent clti. study' may show that basic Individual
sons in all parts of the county. \ rights will be violated I
Reg. 4.99sai 'x'49 for example, then!, this ROYB.COUNTY .
C Nelson, In his talk to the should be amended or rejected
CASE Klwanlans explained, "thereare outright as a bad bill." .
two types of bills Introduced Nelson concluded by classifying .s
in the Florida Legislature himself as a conservative
general bills pertaining and said he was rated 83 ,
to all the state, or at least per cent conservative on his
,I to several counties of it, and voting record in the 1B61 session I
QUARTS 61.95i local bills which are effective by the Florida Federation GRAVES
only In one county, or municipality '' for Constitutional Government.
." 1
GIN
CORDON "As a rule the local delegation r

[R'9. suo $4.49 ,LEVER that In,20A the house chemical crabgrsis The latest compounds is weapon a variety against called-of 1'1'I


pre-emergence control. These '
______ DEMO."BOB" chemicals, applied in early .1
BECKER spring, are intended stop : COMMISSIONER
FULL QUARTS 90 PROOF-Reg. 4.98 55.99 JUSTICE of the PEACE crabgrsis before it can germ. I : 1'1

VA. GENTLEMAN case 66.95 P.I4 "uIItkel.d..a, inate. Users. claim 95 per

1 WALKER YEAR OLD-Reg.DELUXE LOS case 50.95 $5.469 P.cent TOOLE success.WILLIAM DISTRICT-1 DEMOCRAT : r! I


HIGHLAND MIST INC. LEVER-11A i :
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Long Range Planning. .

\ SAVE MONEY Every successful; ; business needs a "blueprint" for the future. A county should alto plan) ahead Insteaa ,!l'"' t l

*SS ;pi, New Mobile Homeowners Policy of malting. decisions for the moment on a stop-gap, temporary basis because; of shortsighted II.nnln9-0' "

.. BOTTLES! Covers All Your Mobile Home Liability complete lack of planning. I ;

89t Under One Policy Recreational Facilities. I '
Old Milwaukee $aDIDf '
EXAMPLE: When elected; I will do my utmost to develop new recreational facilities for the youth of our county. 1i I", a w

3 FOR $10.50 $ 4,000. Broad Form Peril on Coach (No Deductibleon Such facilities are sorely needed, If not almost completely lacking. ':' !I 1 ?' i''

Charter Oat Fl.iscnmenr. Gin PM G & W Wind or Hall) NosvPolitical Administration. rt:' + .
$ 1,200. On Content (includes theft at no additional I
HutGrass' .- Tom Moor Stlllbrool Kassler coat.) When an elected official I takes offtco; I believe that he should bate hit decisions; on what It the bill i I

Ten High -Merito Rum Guclenhalmer;. I 400. Additional Living Expense for the county and all of Its citizens, not whet h bed for his party 1 I bOther

Imperial Philadelphia Walker Gin M ft M.Va $10,000. Personal Liability. Important Issues. ,
STAMPS ON ABOVE $ 250. Medical Payments, PLUS other extensions ot M )i
coverage too numerous to mention. Greater "Home" rule, planning future area development, discretion In sale of public lands to private In '' #

$57.00 per year In city or adjoining parks with approved teresti, light Industry Improved economy.;
WE GIVE water supply. Slightly higher outside of fire pro


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shelvei of the Venice Area Levy; Unprofessional Spy by Your Wife to be
Elementary school pupils of ------ Public Library. Evelyn; The Malabang Pearl, by Flen; Tribute to Rogers a. Widow, br
he Venice area will be encouraged The new book include 38 by Archer. John F. Kennedy by Salinger !selves, by; Dlcoverlnj Our.
to read more books ? J I p lire fiction, 40 non-fiction and Departure of Mr. Gaudette, ; Parables of Peter Part- I Letters Strecker; $es-stape
t In God out, by Gould, Eighth Moon, by Lewis:
a community-wide cam three reference. by Disney) Left Hand of ''in History, by CtIJ
; paign to be inaugurated during of by Sansan This Awesome MumfOrd; 8110
New adult volumes' purchased by Barrett; Love Song ; tory of American
j National Book Week, Nov. by the library since Mara Lumera, by Dent! dl Challenge; The Hundred Daysof by Schwerdln. Pbllobpky.
I S7.T The first of the year total Plrajno; Herzog, by Bellow; Lyndon Johnson, by I
." h e greater-emphasis-on- a 1,784. The library's total collection Infinity of Mirrors, by Con- Amrine; Silent Miaow by Reference
reading campaign Is the including about 8,000 don; Italian Girl, by Mur Galileo; Oil Painting for the Bird of America 8al'per''
I brainchild of Miss Sarah boob on loan from the VenceNokomls doch; Ice Saints, by Tuohy; Beginner, by Taubes; Furniture Topical Concordance//!by J '
I, Rishel Venice Elementary Woman' Club, Case of the Horrified Heirs, Treasury, by Nutting; Masterpiece of Worid PbiJ!;1
I' School librarian, who hopes lumbers approximately 10-' by Gardner; Tomorrow'sFire Golden Friends I Had by osophy. by MagilL

Venice will "mobilize solidlyon 000 volumes. by Williams; Target, by Wlddemer; Handbook of -
f behalf of its children with The new titles Include: Haines; Long and Happy Engineering Fundamentals,
I a determined READI I READ! Fiction Life, by Price; Nothing Like by Eshbach. .. WATCH FOR
: I "
drive.
READ! Question of the Sun, by Burgess Where I Stand, by Gold-
6 : A Reading Enjoyment and Loyalty by ,
Fight Non-Fiction water You Ought to Patent "BIG 3"
: (READ) com Freeling; Night on a ;
Development
I mittee headed by civic Saturday Night by Settle; John Birch Society, by That by Jones; Abyss, by
j' leaders named area at Pennant for the Kremlin by Broyles; Practical Book of Idyll; American Heritage ATVSCJAMES
was a
: I ; meeting Monday afternoon I in Molloy; Song of Sixpence by Chinaware by Eberlein; The Cookbook and Illustrated His- I

I the school library to organize I; 1% 4 Cronin; Grant on Horseback Autobiography of Her Imperial -=:
and obtain support the Mx" by> Patten; Duplicate, by Tayor Highness, by Soraya; My
'I I ef 1 ; Questing Heart, by Ken- Friends, The New Guinea

expected yon: Anniversary, by Cor. Headhunters, by Butcher;
.venal a'hd belt; Flight of the Innocents Made
: er, with weekly awards designed o1x'J.READI Sculpting Easy, by
I : to keep Interest at a by Lin Yu-t'ang; Clocks, by Bayansky; My Fight With

i1 b high pitch. READ! READ!-A Reading Enjoyment are these teacher and civic leaders, seated, i Christie Kingdon; of Love Illusion, by, by Mamis Shee-; Worlds Arthritis of by Perkins Captain; Three John T. Bocgc AGENCY, I INC<

I Committee Chairmen and Development campaign to encouragereading from left, Mrs. J. K. Hill, E. S. (Bill) Ray. han. I Smith, by Barbour; Strange '
; I Cochairmen of the READ! uranctftfooisW
'. committee Bill Phillips, among Venice Elementary School mond Miss Sarah Rishel and Mrs. Dorothy I Laughter Trap, by Phillips; Tactics of Extremism, by /

j '; president of are the South Sara- pupils will be launched Monday at a school Lash; standing, James S. Dunaway, Harvey. Exact and Very Strange 3verstreet; That Summer in / 1929

: ''sota County Committee of assembly in conjunction with National Book W Rohlwing and Bill Phillips. Truth by Piazza; Q Document Paris, by Callaghan. 243 W. VENICE AYE

I I 100: E. S. (Bill) Raymond, Week, Nov. 2-7. Spearheading the program by Roberts; Lost Col. The Innocents, by Radin; VENICE FLORIDA
ony, by Marshall; Love Party Mississippi The Closed Society
I j I dent Venice, and City Council Rohlwing presi', log them out being formulated by the public civic leaders on hand to assure by Jennings; Mantis and by Silver; Field Bookof PHONE Select and Consult a* lde,
I Harvey Persona with experience in library for an observanceof pupils of their Interest the Moth, by Weatherly; Six Common Mushrooms, by pendent Insurance
Venice Area
of
t' I i Chamber president of Commerce the the advertising and promotion I National Book Week featuring and explained the goals. Who Ran, by Crossen; Moment Thomas; Lament for the Molly 488-6791 would your Doctor or Lawyir
: fields asked to con display of newly "The drive also will furnish in Time
I 1 It was decided Monday are a by Bates; Magulres, by Lewis; Before
j thai total chaln-reac- tact the school or any memo, purchased children's books. intangible benefits," said Wind' Will, by Brace; Loyally the Colors Fade, by Ayer -
"only
!I ,,f t i hon of support a would be adequate ber of the committee. I Progress In reading will be Miss Rishel, "as the realization Is My Honour, by But ; From Old Stencils to Silk
the Cooperation Urged 'recognized by Incentive prizes that a united community -
aid
i to youngstersI .
1 Miss Rishel suggested the awarded to individuals and cares whether or not they improve
in facing a future In which
committee also contact other school classes.. stimulates greater effort -
of available
; the present sum .
1 knowledge will have doubled community organizations for The drive will open Mondayof on the part of the youngsters
National Book Week in and helps them to feel
She said there undoubtedly
.i a, by 1970 support. retired VES cafeteria with two assemblies they are valued and needed >,' x9a,,'r V4r'5 i lut ;
I I James S. Dunaway, YES many persons Yet
one primary and members of the social
I principal, predicted that such authors and illustratorsin organ-
the other Intermediate-with ism.
1" a drive could decrease the the area who would be

, school dropout rate. willing to help out.
Responsibility for carrying Mrs. Dorothy Lantz, librarian .
I : cut the program will remain for the Venice Area GOVERNMENT
with the teachers and parents Public Library offered additional <
The READ! committee children's books to I
.;." will seek volunteers who have supplement those in the afYOUR L Y REPORT BY r

t I an interest or experience in school library one the proj--
t. such a program to aid In ect is underway. Mrs. Lantz
formulating plans and carry- also reported that plans are ,

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FARRIS BRYANT
I! i; ELECT Governor of Florida
'j
; r Walter H. Walt ..
[ ] WHAT ARE GOVERNORS FOR John W. Hasson., C

Cudldale for Jte.elecUoa 4 a
CAIGER My friend Governor Henry gram Is launched it is frequently A vy 'i.s Y
i Bellmon of Oklahoma also amended and changed a. +
i.; arRepreeeafatlve
writes a weekly newspaper by the Legislature, state Sarasota County State .
.( REPUBLICAN DISTRICT #2 column for the citizens of his agencies, and public opinion,
1y state. One of his columns es- but someone has got to get
I I Ire' CONSTABLE pecially caught my eye because the ball rolling. Under our I
it seems to match my system, the Governor Is one
t 1 ,), I thinking so well about some place to start

Graduate of Detroit Police of the duties of a Governor I 1 "A Governor is good for I
\ would like to share these helping to build the
t. O.pt. Training School with thoughts with you. Image of his state Whereverhe public NON-PARTISAN CIVIC LEAGUE RATES

xl. ? the mark of "EXCELLENT." "Sometimes in the wild appears and whatever he
rush of events which revolve
i Upon leaving the Detroit says give observers an idea
around the Governor's Office, about the people he repre-
ev Police Dept he received the question comes to mind, sents.

t S his discharged with "HON 'What good' is a governor, "A Governor is good for establishing JACK HASSON'WELL
anyway? While there is stilla
OR." Vote for a man who great deal to learn about a policy which other -
agencies. and officials
I t !+f Is trained and experiencedas this Job, and while I expectto follow If a Governor is care-can

Constable. go on learning clear up 'till less, cantankerous
and
your ,
the day my term is over,
there are some conclusions I crooked, other officials are
I apt to be inclined \he QUALIFIED'his
ELECT the Best QUALIFIED Candidate would like to pass on. way. But if the Governor same
"A Governor Is good for
works for harmony, economy,
I settling which
arguments
FOR be decided ap and progress, others tend to
YOUR CONSTABLE parently can't any follow his lead.
place else. The buck passing
f stops here "A Governor Is good for re- opponent is rated "NOT RECOMMENDED"SOUTH
Pull Lever 22B for Walt Caiger "A Governor Is good for cruiting new industry, since

I V Paid Political Ad proposing changes which needto doors which are often closedto
be made. Once the pro- private citizens or to other l
state officials COUNTY CITIZENS BACK JACK TOO.
when the Governor quickly calls.open .....

I "A Governor la good for setting
: ELECT the pattern in dividingup ;s ; Ray Van OrsdaU Ken CJwdwick,
i : money which la availablefor < Venice Venice f
i II state services. True, noGovernor'
1 budget ever goes "Jack Hasten Is In- "We need strongrepresentative
through the Legislature without tarested In the ) who

LESLIE amendment, but the Governor whole/ county's web| ts well thought of Ytg
: C. MILLER more than anyone else, fare H* Is working (In Tallahassee. The sTa

.. I Iu ; is In position to look at the entire a for Improved highway south county and s'' '" j t .
picture of state services, ' the whole) county '

u i GOP CANDIDATE FOR and definitely on where'exerts emphasis an influence ,, tion end a major would benefit by *, E
+
II II i iLj the
South educational Improved road
{ i+ placed. i, County
I "A Governor is good as a I "I complex" system that Jack t'
I ; County CommissionerHere listening post for citizens who will fight for"
I : i feel oppressed and who have

failed to get relief from other
; i'I agencies. Sam H.rron, Warm
I II III "A Governor is good as a Mineral Springs JOHN W. HASSON (DJ)| Age 35; Incumbent; attor-

i source of information about s "I recommend that new; resides at 5135 Riverwood Av* Sarasota; gradu. c
I I ': i Is a successful business man, beholden to no his state. Any citizen any : everyone whethate of New York Law School; Law Clark. and Aist. U

; person or group, possessing a life time experience with where who has a question to er they b. retired S. Attorney New York City, 1957-59; Ant. State Attorney

I 5' 4 t '(i most of the technical subjects encountered 'In County ask, generally feels free to 1 ee or In business Sarasota, 1961; State Representative, 1963 to

I }? i's government ,direct rnor'.his Office.Inquiry to the Gov- > 4 vote for Jack Hat- present member local, state and national bar aisociationi "

S i I +'" " H. welcomes the challenge presented by Sarasota "A Governor is good for establishing i ; son because only he ; an Intelligent, able and forward-looking young

S i %v' County's many problems and feels he vital lines of communI-- a can give us the ef- man who has given Sarasota County effective repre
play
can
a
I I part in their solution cation. He is more accessible fectiva representa.sentatlon.; highly r.gard.dby his colleagues/ and regarded >
i M than state officials who are \ tion In Tallahassee by many at likely/ to become one of the state's

w "Aou. appointed or hired, since that wt ne.d. most outstanding legislators. S
; :1 t those who vote in the election "
I, : VOTE FOR feel a kinship to the chief ____ __ WELL QUALIFIED

executive which they do not
t w, feel toward others. your fellow citizens of both parties

' "A Governor is good for l
: Leslie C.MILLER. eliminating the bad apple.

I when they as appear.large In as an state organization Urge You To Pull Lever 4A To Re-elect

" .
: ; ; sure government to turn, up bad occasionally actors are Jack Hasson As State Representative

tfq. When they do, it is often up
to the Governor to swing the
55 j I ,I J axe. KCN CHADWICK. .AT TAN ORSDAU MBS, ADIUNt BALLAD
,
Ineun.' In.urmm
; :JI GOOD Government "Early in the history of our ilLYN' 'MJ YR4aOLYD. LASBUIT BOB JOHNSON w1LL1AYY.elap l TOOL

country one of our states decided WE'i M: ROBERT rntk.BARD V titg* Jwinim
H NOV. 3rd. to eliminate the executive .ntln.aL At'.rnop v__ B.Ner GEORGE: YOUNCBEBO.. ...
MB. AND MRS. GEORGB GIBBS &A1I aANLra VmM. Banker
branch of
LFor governmententirely Vrnle* V.nk. runee.l; Dlnehr MRS..:= OLKKNTBL I
and its JACK TAT*
run affairs
BAY
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through the EtilbwoM Ow* r N.ee Ylmnl I .L,
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Mowing Wedding Tripand : sPhOl1:0: Items to 488.5808 ,


Mrs. Thomas Mich.
Som18D
are a& home at members and by her friends Tuesday at
wing Lean .follow- guests, of whom this reporterwas Venice Yacht Club Tables
Ponce De decorated with fall flowers .
to Mid one, attended the firstMen' were
trip -
cir wedding Club dinner of the season and Hallowe'en accents ,
Nassau. last week at St. Mark's and the honoree was presented ? ::1'f ff
were married Oct 11 Mag parish hall and many others a beaded bag and a cor .A + n Y p
.
I Joseph's CatholichlnBradentoninshlgh were turned away. Whetherthe sage. Attending were Mesdames taY, v 4 I
h aP excellent it couldn't Robert S. Waterman, j.:
r ..uollal mass. The bride have been better roast Florence Baldwin, Carl Hoffman
former Deardett Ann 1 1t beet dinner, for which the George Grassle, Russell
nan*, daughter of 'Mr 'al club is famous, drew the Tilt, Mrs Joseph Feytel, i
Irs. G D McManamy large turnout or whether the Frank Mulhern, Ross Wrigley : "
,denton The I of Mr and Mrs. E JI; the new prexy, Dr. L. D. Jae Pickering, Frank Morrison, a
?of Mission Valley Es. ger, is a toss-up. And maybethe Ralph Lanius, Delta] Snod- die ? e I
excellence of the pro grass and Everett Morse. Al-

_ _ _t gram a talk on Indians by so Mesdames George Donovan .. II
ceremony
aoublerlnf Dr. Jarl Malwln helped. Alexander Hooker, Ed-
frformed by The Rev, A delightful evening, at any gar Coxworth, Joseph Hill,
liuS Dougherty and Mr. rate, and a wonderful group. Fred Barr, Hazel Ansel, Porter h. :, I
i namy gave his daugh-/ -- Walton, Letty Gillmore, bN i ' % ;
marriage Another scrumptious-sound Lydia Domm, Paul Nowland] '
attended by her William Bose, Horace Bro- j'\i
Was log feast was the two-pig bar.
Miss Sharon McMani becue Mr. and Mrs E. J. die, Orville Llttick, August \
I maid of honor and Ewing of Mission Valley Estates Waeldln, Emmy Reilly, IL

Doris Pavlin of Talla- gave at their home Saturday George Stringer, John Grier, THESE THREE COMELY YOUNG MATRONS at the club. ti': :
J. K. Marshall, John Hogan, ween party Saturday Discussing
and Miss Kay brides Carol bride and Honorees were, Mr.the new and Carl Henleln, Christopher lurely will settle for glamorous half-mailti their costumes, left to right, are MM. Lamar I 1, I I
this city as Mrs. Thomas groom Michael Ewing Magee, Harvey Spaunburg, Instead of the horror varieties when they attend Hazen, Mrs. William Tool and Mrs Leon I

(he is their son) who returned James Kiernan, Roger McKenzie the Venice Yacht Club Costume Hallo- Terry. l( I
man was Gary Bell from their Nassau Norman Magee, The- '

amy d Drlggers, the and William bride'sr wedding guests Friday, several trip. There of them were Canadian 90. odore son, and Hedlund O. L., Mahon.George Fres- VYC Celebrates Halloween 5 F ; | I

.
were ushers wedding guests who had -- .
formed the back. rw '' Harold Burns of Muncie,
is d F stayed on in the area after '
1 for arrangements of the wedding on Oct. 17 in Ind., left week Monday with Fred after Shroyer spending Witches, goblins and spooks The buffet line will open at I spirit of things by coming in I' i

gladioli! and chrysan- Bradenton. at a Mission Valley Estates will make their annual ap- 7 p.m., close during the judging -! costume, but those not wish- I
ms used in decorations. -o- The two at one time worked pearance at the Venice Yacht and re-open Immediately Ing to do so may come informally =r I
tapers In grass candela And while we are talking together in Muncie and Burns Club Saturday night when afterwards, with service until attired," Mrs. Is I
ere used on the altar about food, we'd better men- Is a frequent visitor in the members and their guests attend 9 pm Dancing to the phording said.Members : '"
,mil? pews were mark- I tion the Anteaters Assn area. the club's Halloween music of Bud Lawrence and are requested to 1
h white bows and nose- I MRS. THOMAS MICHAEL EWING Game Lunches in Washington -- Dance. The clubhouse will be His "Spooks" will begin at call the club as early as possible M t
,[ iily.ofthevalley.E D. C. which begin Nov Five member. of Venlce- decorated in a Halloween 8:30: pm. ] for reservations. ,
G. Sherley present- ]10 There are 10, annually, all Nokomis Rotary Club repre- motif with skeletons, black The dance committee is
nuptial organ selec- Alencon lace re-embroidered an imported silk beige sheath held in November and December sented the group at the Rot- cats and Jack o'lanterns scattered headed Mrs. O
and accompanied Miss with pearls and iridescent se ensemble with turquoise accessories at the National Zoo ary Annual Conference Fri- about, along with a few by Roger LEVER 20A 1
ret Bomirer who sang quins. The fitted sleeves end- and a yellow orch Park Restaurant There are day and Saturday at Port tombstones. Isphording, assisted by Mrs DEMO."BOB" ..
Maria" Pan's' Angeliand ed in calla-lily points over the id corsage. The groom's eight Venice area membersof 0 Call at Tierra Verde. They Costumes are the order of Robert D. Mahon, Mrs A.
'Bless Them On wrists Her bouffant skirt was mother was gowned In an en the invitational club and were A. Walter Johns, Robert dress for the evening, and Bradford Smith, Mrs. Robert BECKER k
ay," inset with panels of re-em. semble of pale blue brocade, only one, J. Leighton (Count) Baynard, Frank Roebuck, prizes will be awarded in the R Spauldmg] and Mrs. Ralph] JUSTICE of the PEACE y yrr.ld..uudt
her gown the bridean broidered Alencon lace with a worn with blue and white accessories Cornwell, plans definitely] to Paul Nowland and Louis Sut- following categories: best individual I L. Thomas. "Members are ad..)
original by Collannl cascade pouf in the back anda and a pale pink or be on hand for the first of the I. er. Wives of the Rotarians best couple, and encouraged to enter Into the ,
length! Italian silkIt cathedral train Her head. chid corsage. dinners. This year memberswill were entertained by St. Petersburg best group Added to these
was designed with a dress was a waist.length A buffet luncheon for the dine on roast prime hip. Rotary Anna at the awards will be special prizesfor
e waist topped with a mantilla of rose point lace wedding party and guests popotamus from Africa, chuk- Yacht Club after which they the "corniest" costume,
alloped Sabrina neck- held by a Spanish tiara of was held at Bradenton Country kar partridge from Pakistan, were taken to an orchid show the most ghoulish, and the '
nd the bodice was of lace, pearls and sequins. She Club. Miss Terry Sue harp seal flippers from and on a sightseeing tour of prettiest. SKILLET :, t't'i
carried a cascade bouquet of Watson kept the bride book. Prince Edward Island] roast the Gulf Beaches. Judges will be Mrs Paul
sweetheart roses, stephanotis The bride's table was all prime young moose from --
Joseph and the Honorable]
and ivy. white, centered with a silver Canada and whole young Home for a three-week visIt James P. Klernan, former i
Her attendants wore street- basket of white roses. Potted pheasant from South Dakota in Webster Groves, Mo.,
of '
Venice.
third RESTAURANT
I length gowns of pale celadon- palms and arrangements of Count Cornwell has promised, are Mr. and Mrs George mayor will A KNOWNI.VMulaa ,
chosen from
be
green peau de sole fashioned gladioli] and pompons decorated honor bright, to inveigle] a Bates. They visited their son- judge
the The
with fitted bodices and modified the foyer serving of hippopotamus from floor. judging will 1
in-law] and daughter, Mr. and Special Offer a.t
bell oversklrts. Their The bride was educated at Host Gordan Leech to bring Mrs. Larry A Swaney, and take place at 7:43: p.m. Since
matching headpieces were Manatee High School In Brad- back to us We're not so surewe'd family and celebrated Mrs. many people wear costumes
HOME OWNER'SINSURANCE shaped to resemble roses. entan and Manatee Junior like it fresh, much less Swaney's birthday with a so elaborate that sitting downto CARRYOUT FOR $2.60
Miss McManamy wore pale College Until her marriage aged.in-Washington while he party while they were there eat is impossible, this'
? yellow gloves and carried a she was employed at Manatee and Mrs Cornwell finish out --o- early time will allow them to '
single] large bronze chrysanthemum Memorial Hospital The their two-week visit there, so We've been hearing most enjoy dinner afterwards, the Basket Of Chicken :
Call and the bridesmaidswore groom was graduated from If he falls, we'll surely] for. Intriguing stories about the chairman IBid.Judge .
me today for white gloves and each Venice High School In 1961 give him. Other local members new home State Sen. and
the Personal Touch carried a single] yellow chrysanthemum and attended Manatee Junior pf the international club Mrs. Warren Henderson are Blair WHOLE 2'A' LB. CHICKEN ((10 PIECES) WITH
of Tailored Protections College. He Is employed at are Murph McGrath, Wally building, next door to their i //o. French"Fries f //o. Col. Slow
The bride's mother wore Rawles Funeral Home. Phillips, Dr. George Law former home on Golden Named To BoardOf Vl dos Hot Roll
rence, Bill Court, Bill McDonald Beach Blvd We finally man ALL ORDERS PACKED IN FOIL LINED BUCKET 1
Ed Ewing and John aged to slow] down the busy Judges Assn.City ;
Shockey, to ask Telephone Ahead 488-5075"
Maj. Robert Graf USA senator long enough Judge John Blair was
--o- about it this week, and sure elected to the board of directors YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY!
Artist Leila Wellington was enough, it is to be a home I
of Florida] Municipal
one of the 10 merit award with features
unique
many Judges Assn at the group's WEEK-END SPECIALS I
winners in the Sarasota Art
Retires After 20 YearsMaj. One will be the second-story
recent meeting -
Assn. summer review which recreation room with a may. In Jacksonville THURSDAY-Grilled T-Bone Steak, Golden Brown
I
opened Sunday. Her winning
be-slide constructed from the
s ]. Robert W. Graf of 201 r entry was an oil painting, adjoining porch into the pool French Fries, Cole Slaw, Roll & Butter .. $1.19FRIDAY"F"
San Marco Drive is retiring The meetwas
"Bird of Prey." There were The plans also] call for their
held during Is for FRIDAY and FISH-AII the
with more than 20 years in
109 entries in the show. shark's teethto
the U. S. Army and returns -- more-than.50OOO be set in the lanai floor I a traffic fish you can eat. Be our gueit-Eat as muchas
to his home Monday.The Dr and Mrs. C. C. Schafferand and similar shell-encrusted I court confer you want-No extra cost! Golden fried 'r
family has maintained family left yesterday to surface a for the poolside] area. ence Oct 22-24 fish fillets, french fries, tartar sauce, coleslaw ,
Jacksonville i
at
a home here since 1959 and live in Sarasota. Their home buttered roll 79c i
Mrs. Graf and their sons have here was at 215 Turin St. which was at .I
HEIDENurance resided here for the past four Their new address will be Mrs.\ Taylor tended by both SATURDAY-Breaded Veal Cutlet-golden fried
years. 4823 Featherbed Lane and she -*- Judge Blair with french fries, cole slaw, buttered roll. 77 C
He Is responsible for providing has told us to tell all of their and Assistant
Agency housing and subsist friends here that they will be Elected PrexyOf Judge Blair Judge Roy E We will/ fix up any of our oroWs to carry-out. i
ence, other than food, for all looking forward to a visit Dean Don't forget our breathing specials/ ,. .
and U. S. delegationsat The conference was sponsored -
foreign from them soon. I I'W
E. Milan St. Venice the Nurnberg Trials, for Auxiliary by the judges association
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which he was awarded the Mr and Mrs. E 0 (Dan) and Florida Bar Assn. It r.r.G: .AN'rCO{ : ,
PHONE 488.2491 Commendation Medal. Mrs Paul Taylor elected was conducted by Division of -
was
Army Boone leave today for a com I
For three years, he was an bined business and pleasure president of Nokomis Union General Extension of Floridaveroity ] RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER '
aide-de-camp in Wuriburg, week-end jaunt. He will attend Volunteer Fire Dept. Auxiliary : Studies in Tallahassee \ 'I t \\1
Germany and later received committee meetings of at the group's meeting 1.1""

the Bronze Star for his ser the Florida] Bar Assn. tomor Oct. 20.Other. r --- J ,........ """ "--.... ....." ........... .- -1 ( :j I
vice with the 2nd DivisionEXQUISITE row In Jacksonville and they new officers are:
will attend the Florida-Au. Mrs. Jack Earn vice-presi
burn game Saturday in Gain dent; Mrs William Miller, INTRODUCING i "
LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES MAJ. ROBERT GRAF esville. secretary; Mrs. William Boat- ,
- ner, treasurer, and Mrs. E. "
I EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY during the Korean conflict.He Students of Mrs Vernone H. Wiltse, chaplain. THE ""j
served three years at the Tracy's 11'Iuk.makln class] Committee chairmen are:
TRADITIONALLet Pentagon will wear their creations at a Mrs. Pete Zahradka, ways :
favorite! Hallowe'en party at her North and Mrs Miller EPIC $14 750 1 I II
us style your vase Maj.] Graf wears the Gen. means; pub -
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. eral Staff identification and Port.Charlotte home "She,will as licity; Mrs Wiltse, member. I 1
theater ribbons from the Eu "The Green Witch, ship; Mrs. Art Jantz, social, ,,1
o R.w11111IJ 0 Restynnllo greet her guests at 8:30: p.m. and Mrs. Jechorek historian I
Ray -
Korean
o Lamp K.pam ropean and cam. and is providing a spook A Florida Home Masterpiece With The Accent On .
paigns. His latest assignments band, :nd dancing for
Work by Experienced Designer and include a tour in Oki- the evening's games fun.Mrs The Nov. 17 meeting will be S-P-A.C- 1
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
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8-T,). GONDOLIER, Venic; Fie. Thurs, Oe*. 27, 1964

Students Invade Literary
'

i Mrs. Charles Wynne Receives Special I



J I Honors At Junior Section AnniversaryA Market With "Penny Review" VENICE SHOPPING CENTER'UDICO

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charter member of the flanked the centerpiece. Oil --
1, Junior Section of Venice er floral arrangements were from Mahar.
headed by
First staff
was
t Nokomis Woman' dub who f of white carnations, pale: ICE
Dante with March Golden.stein
I has served In o- CRUSHEr
r all capacities green FuJII! mums and belts .H ...
and Philip Farley atslstant <
during the club'i eleven year of Inland Mrs Frederick L.Strammer "
I existence was special guest was in charge of editors. Jan Ridlon Made fcy foment Amerfc 1
I ;I of honor at the froup't anniversary decorations. as art editor and Nancy Taylor tarsi, 'tardy, derebk trhta
I celebration Mon Hostesses were Mesdames as exchange editor and
4 i ; day David typist. The general staff was grid
: Goodman Edward 1 dal Felt end"'
? vrocl.
She U Mrt. Charles B. Vltale v C R.f composed of Jane McDonald .
George H. Wheeler Jr ti :, eel I/ass. "Iyour l'hi
I Wynne honored because of and Howard Vaughn. .f Ron Dickens, Chris Grams, k. Mkel. OWII crt ap.tlisht .heel
4Se
I her extensive work during her Mrs Goodman Introduced n Tim Waidellch Charles Copp, .. Crtate
membership. Mrs. Robert Mrs James A. Hlghtowe t Janice Jessup Mary fees llotIC bersrlsger Mal
I'"' : I Hardee Junior Section chairman and Mrs. Marvin. P. Courtney Linda Muse and Terrenes '
presented her with an Cecilian Music Society Brannon. 'S2U5 99at.
I : orchid corsage. members who presented a This year heads of staff are .rae 16
I Approximately 45 members musical program. Mrs. Courtney juniors, originating
..I ,, and guests were present at accompanied by Mrs sophomore class, buthe .. aeww wni Nets e. UWAY sent eta '
the event held at the North Hightower., sang "With a whole school is now involvedin "11II
Harbor Drive clubhouse. Song in My Heart" "I Talk the literary effort. I
; I ; The refreshment table wascovered To The Trees," "Sing a Rain Miss Dillon ..xprt.he $1,49 SIZE -
with a yellow cloth l bow" and "The Sound of Mu.
I overlaid with white lace, and sic" Mrs. Hightower and purpose of the review .* "a MAALOXSUSP K.I
to stimulate
"j a three-tiered arrangementof ( Mrs E. G. Boon, a Junior way creativityand a9Bo ** ,II
: .
I
.
Weconsider
whitecarnations' pale Section member played two ourselves : SIZE
$ green Fujil mums and white piano duets "Gold and Silver crouporganised

I 1 :: grapes formed the center- .1.; ",t' n. 0> -. , _.ttiMrs. . Walts" by Lehar ..nd"Hunearl.n tdhlil, ". '11PuM"brCtv learn to writ to help." each other LISTERINE J
piece. Three-pronged silver Dance No. 5" by .
,
: candelebra with white tapers 1 JI CH:\RLE3 B. WYNNE Brahms L a Of the eight 300-copy Issues a a
I last year all were sell-outs.
'; f I Duo c t.. iJ yeZ ,Miss Dillon said the staff $34 SIZETOMS

i; + f. : Some 350 Parents Returned I Piano-Organ I plans to produce nine Issue
I 1' To Entertain At this year. Last year each Issue '47
I' II' _. wee In charge of a separate s a. s a e. ,
: Classes Cecilian MeetA --- assistant and this practice -
To At Open House
; VHS UTERATI are beginning to flourish now that the school may be continued this
'Morning Serenade" of has iH own 'literary review. The juniors are putting out the year. Deadline for the first SOP
l' t :1 I More than 350 parents were the next. organ and piano music by magazine, "Penny Review," with an assist from the other issue was Friday. L DATED HAIRDRYER
.
welcomed to the first meeting Not only did the program Mrs. Bernard! Smith and Mrs two el...... The idea was George Mahar's, center above, Those elected to the staff
f 1 of the! Venice Junior-Sen offer the opportunity to meet Lester Wendt will comprisethe this :year In addition to the ,
j English teacher who thinks It be the such .se sac we
: might only high ea
I : for High School PTA on Monday the numerous new teacher program of Cecilian editor were Miss Marcia hewn 1a
,E t 1 I Music school publication in the ttate. Last year'i first editor was .AI r.k.
J at VHS who have Joined the faculty Society on Nov. 5 Goldenstein. secretary Janis
: 1 ; On hand to greet the vlsl- this :year but it also fami- President Mrs. Paul Web- Janle Johnson left who was succeeded this year by Wendy Johnson art editor and; Sharon I"a. ,1a
t't tan were Dr. Samuel Kaplan larized parents with the num. ings will be hostess for the Dillon as publication head. Vasbmder business man ruse,, esg aye,ey w
'. I : erous new building addition 10 s m. meeting t her homeat .
president; Mrs. Daisy ,er. Contributor will be ...h.oeri'itiny A
I ,'f Stevenson vice president; and> improvements added 2121 E. Crest Drive Over- I A project is now, made a lot of mis Marilyn McPherron Jean
I t I High School Principal John during the summer months.Of brook Gardens. She will be at Venice High School learned a lot and are Kaiser, Sue Miller SusanBshry
'''t ''I I :I Davis and Junior High Principal particular interest the Assisted by Mrs. George Van smoke out any lurking we'll produce a much B rue. Leinbach, Special
I Guy Rose. parents said were the lecturrooms Cott and Mrs. E. W. Ray-
I budding future Pulitzer a comprehensive and Lynda Case and Chris 1298
in which the semicircular
The program was an "Op. burn. inning ..uthors.It literary magazine Grams Typing chores will be P rchseTOASTER
] .: .,' en House" during which the so designed seating that arrangement each! tier is 1 Is Mrs. Smith will also given Is the "Penny year," Miss Johnson done by Misses McPherson
followed the Illustrated talk on "The end Goldenstein and Miss sale aewe Iewt.et.0a Wy.awaY seTS. eta It ass
l. parents daily born last In the .
I I a level above the other offer Creative and Professional year
v schedule of their children big the student an unobstructed Organist" more English classes, . of the review. Dody Sanglacomo.
1 The regular 43 minute class view of all class projects. now beginning to walk a -is dubbed "penny" but Last year's Issue.* usually BROILER
I :l I periods were broken down to These rooms are used for Organ-piano duos by the more steadily the selling for a stickle Included an editorial e.'i,
.r 5 minute periods allowing the two musicians will be "Au- stories book review
seminar large groups of students I and contributors hope. the first Issue last :year and poetry ..... .
various teachers to explain tumn Leaves" by Mercer, with the Utter Asseiee..Iwl.w, Mmey-Sepm* .eMT..I/ Icues. I
.r I who are able for the editor was Janle Johnson "encourage good liter category . .!
et fen
"Twilight Time" by Buck. **
the and most
briefly program cur first time to "teamcaching" this turns her heavily represented,
enjoy over
:year and production! -not rolk I kMtore- .
ram-Nevins and 'Piano -
I i riculum. Each parent wargiven such as American >> by Tschaikowsky. Mrs Concerto tonal duties to Wendy .. we have to but be Several issues included student enl I Mils 4 c..... y
!'I "schedule card" that :
a art
'I literature coordinated with reproductions and
,I i 1 duplicated that of his child American History and other Smith' will also play "Gran.ada" The "walkin steadily" we said.want to," the two all, except the first boastedart I SMaVltlwtl met rallsl Warns*>Mr$14.11 '
+ Purpose is not
I I and st the sounding of the correlated subjects. by Lara and "Funicull CM toh.. Increased ... covers designed and executed -I
bell moved from one class to The next Dlanned meeting Funicula" by L. Denia Both nee the writing group I money: ; the price by the staff
of the PTA-will be held in will play selected colleg.sona. this year concerning the to pay for the paper Mahar is proud of what
OOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOQgGULF January. I velopment of a format. the. Issues were they have done so far and 888

THEATERToday Mahar, VHS teach- Is enthusiastically optimistic

:! ;. Lutherans Plan Jehovah's Witnesses instigator of the pub about As for the the program two editors this,year.both VAIUI
thru Saturday which he said teas OHM Will MOLD ON UV-AWAV UNTIL MC.11,ass
was also Involved in

!f 'Ij; .I James Darren, Second ServiceA Convene In Fort Myers : last to :be year so and used will sis con-a happily other school devote activities the numerous required they UDICO, CAN OPENER &

I / .Dart Of English_ counea! _.. hours of
nn effort the
tJ Pamela Tiffin and second Sunday morning "Penny
f ..; worship service, at 8:15: a.m. Approximately 60 residents Fruit to Jehovah' . far as we know this U Review" demands.
i ; Doug McClure will begin at Emmanuel of the Venice area will at A discourse on baptism regularly produced "It's hard work but we are KNIFE SHARPENER
r t. Lutheran Church on Nov. 8. tend the three-day Jehovah's be given by Mr. ,Baia at periodical in the earning to write" they said
, 1:I: 1 In Other morning services are Witnesses convention which assembly site at 1:30 or state schools," he "and it gives us all a wonderful .... _
M lure 11- mm
church school at 8:15: ..m. begins tomorrow at Terry I Saturday with a mass sense of accomplishment Tilt eeaa' "?ire ... W. MaNeeer
"THE LIVELY SET"fa and worship at 10:30: a,m. The Field in Fort Myers Presld tism following. A added that: "I am tech ." .ollto .red..,_s.d "W_wee .
church recently organized an big Minister Russell Hord of color film "Proclaiming J"W.: supervisor of the proj And that they agree, is ..a.Nn.nt......... 05 155.5 YWI
adult Bible class which meet the Englewood Church sale erlasting Good News leave the decisions what it is all about.LEVER \ fY
I fa Tropical Drive-in during the church school hour. esterday. the World" will be shown to the editors. '
Fifteen new members were Joseph Sala supervisor oft 7:15: p.m.HIghlight. staff members edit, $21.951288
I I Today thru Saturday received into the church .t h e Southeastern United of the the contributors and 20A
their reformation service States with Watchtower Bible will be the Sunday cUacoun.by do the art work DEMO."BOB" .
HALLOWEEN SPOOKEXTRAVAGANZA Sunday. They: are Mr. and and Tract Society will give Mr. Saia sit 3 p.m. on own editors type BECKER
Mrs. Victor Frank Mrs. the welcoming address at 1 1p 7 Divided World I* It and sell the
; Harold Harper Mr and Mrs. ,m. tomorrow. E. W. Hooper To Stay?" without assistance II JUSTICE of the PEACE ELECTRIC BLANKET
Arthur Neely Mr. and Mrs' circuit minister with the than occasional advice I trot poUlleaI .*.1)
I Edwin: Roush. Frank I. Society will conduct a miniserlal SocIal TIM f.MM VlMta" SIMM ...._
BridgeSet ,
,I'' j!} FOUR BIG Roush Mrs. Mary Trebesch training period beginning Fully, WMMtM. SMuMi M shin
Uan.e .
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avsa .
55Mswl ,
and daughters, Beverly Jean. at 8:15: p.m -on---"Bearing Wednesday WMl..ee. .MMIM55I, I w_ ti
k,:. FEATUREScoooooooocxxioooooooooe Debra Louise and Carol Ann Hostesses for the 1 -- .... ...- fflVALUI "
.n and Mr and Mrs. Paul ,Nokomis Woman' Club IL... ".. r
j :i i -- ulauf EpiscopalianVomen{ dial bridge Wednesday will =, : :=? ti,t b i A

i t To Hear t Mesdames, Lewis Arthur A. Eaton A. LaughIn C. =.101199 wh/ .. _III"was'''" ti e

Convention TalkThe Smart and Norman L. Restaurant
II t tii YRO'S The game will be at Specials lit."
North
Rev. Donis D. Patterson Harbor Drive clubhouse
will report on the recent it 1 p.m. Door
Triennial Episcopal Convention will be awarded and U M DOWN WILL MOLD ON UY.AW"Y Bern DIe.51,11.
at the 10 a.m. meeting of menu served. Members
''t f VENETIAN MOON Episcopal; Churchwomen on their guests are !Invited.WATCH. CROQUETTE ..."....._ 82c DELUXE MIXER ;
Tuesday at St. Mark's Episcopal PORTABLE
1
I Church parish haU.
I t Our Dinner Menu For He will speak et 11 '.m. & ONIONS ......."..........". 82c L '"SIS
I I ;=
and lunch will be served at mtmr
lit OCTOBER 31 NOVEMBER
{ 30. 1 noon. Reservations should be tlnr .n.eA.eee. lssIIPM

.+ FRIDAY OCTOBER 30th made not later than tomorrow PORK CHOP ..........."..... 99c s teI eIwlw '
by calling the hostesses J ( Dinner "jjjrj0
I For THE "BIS J" at VSC ) sf'
I Hh MIXED SEAFOOD NEWBURG an Sherry .. $2.65 Mrs. Henry Baukat and Mrs \ .Ml well kaiiew sea a/Ila
; I Margaret Street Gusack. Mrs aIM tent
h SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31'tt Gusack vice-president will
1 HALLOWEEN SPECIAL reside in the absence of 99

I I1\\1 ROCK CORNISH HEN w/wine sauc .. .... $2.65 President Mrs. Frederick $9.95VALUE
Oram.) r
'I Members will attend a
( SUNDAY NOVEMBER lit deanery meeting Monday at STAY WITH A MAN SIM DOWN WILL MOL* ON uay.away UNTIL Die.It.IN*
Choice of One St. Raphaels Church at Fort REPUBLICANS!
I(1)) Half Fresh Florida Grapefruit, grenadine Myers Beach which will be- WHO HAS KEPT INDEPENDENTS
Cream of Tomato Soup Chilled Orange Juice gin with a communion ser- UP WITH PROGRESS! $2.00 SIZETONI
: French, Onion Soup Gyro's Famous Relish Trey Ice at 8:30: .m. No luncheon I NEED YOUR VOTES!
ENTREES will be served and the meet-

I i II i HAM STEAK w/Pineappte Sauce: noon.log will For be completed transportation by PERMANENT .1,19!!

ti CYRO'S FAMOUS RIB EYE FILET STEAK those wishing to attend
\ with Fresh Mushroom Sauce should call Miss Ann Loth- flso
I CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES man or St. Mark's office.
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LOVING
CARE
CHEF'S GARDEN GREEN SALAD KEFpB .1' '. '. .
French Thousand Island Roquefort Garlic Sarasotan Comes -
end Cyro'a Own GrHn Goddess Dressing $1.98 BRITE SET


l Ice C.Cream" 52.95 Itv.r.ge Sherbet Pie roInspec'VFWAuxiliary Monday I IBE II If !AIiSPRAYWHISTLING. .. .< I. . 7k-


I ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: Soup Baked Potetoe or French Mrs Marguerite Willis of .-

Frier. Vegetable d. lour, Salad, Hot Rolls, Beverage.Dessert. Sarasota will inspect records '
and observe procedures of
KETTLE
OUR DAILY SPECIAL MONDAY THRU SATURDAYCYRO'S 'amlaml Memorial Ladlesuxiliary TEA '
to Post 8118 Monday -
FAMOUS PRIME RIB STE..Kwith
at 8 p.m. at the group's jwp lbesasI'turs.dM; oJ Lk
t fresh mushroom sauce regular meeting at Venice wkhribf. t*. Ittrie awls .f lass
I $2.65 Civic: Center .eaehrsrw "Mew'. 'III Wkefe ...

All Dinners Prepared Under the Personal Supervision of Mrs. Willis is past-president SELECTIVESPLIT ,..eMh ...... Hell. Ni'.
pf District 10 and
charter YOUR
a
CHEF.SAM HARE member of Sarasota Ladles BALLOT- O ( PJ. hpw nerd. 'P1etIII se M rs't

ORGAN MUSIC BY JOHNNY ELBRECHT end Auxiliary. She came to this VOTE FOR R Pol. ;roes tIfh.a! fin .sqe II MF
DICK WILLIAMS area as a French war bride THE S H Adv.by .
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during WWI. MAN C
I i, VISIT YE OLDE POOL HALL 7 TABLES She is making the Inspection BEST 'SI.49
r'' See the fun thru the rnlgic wIndow at the request of Dis- QUALIFIED! Boyar VALUE .
BOWLING 16 LANES trlct 10 President Mrs. Kenneth Campaign

s'. Come as you arelCYRO'S Norwood who asked hero Treasurer -
substitute because this isMrl.

I Norwood' home post. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT )TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
BACKSTAGE This Is A ,
I The inspection will take the Big Responslblllty! _
1 Open Fri. end Set. place of the one normally WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.
r US 41. Mi. S. of Venice Ph. 188.2295f conducted etldent. by; the Incumbent J VOTE FOR PROVEN ABILITY! Federal Tax Where Applicable: '

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AV' Plans :: Die GONDOLIER, Venice Ha. ., Oct' 29, 1964.-9 I'
Show
0:' asr ion Bridge ClubChanges ; '

Little Theatre j
ES Meet Presentss-Wednesda Y j


\Card Party For Nov. 16 to Studio series Editor's of three note biographical Last la a 1 1I


sketches of performers In +
big event of the fall Venice
Contract
The Bridge the season' first Little Theatre .
for Venice Hospital Club'i duplicate
k .son game Fridaywill production next week t
auxiliary Volunteers will be be held at the Bridge
are backgrounds of Ann
group'' annual/ fashion Studio at 738 East Venice ,
he Collins and Woody Doty, w
h
Ave. because of Interior sI
card work
Nov
and party on
how who portray two of the four ,
being done on Venice Civic
::6 romantic roles. The play 1
Mhlii )Irs Carl Henlein' has beenDarned Center usually where are held.the meetings begins Wednesday at Little j I $7 ,
i'
general chairman. Theatre at Venice
Mrs. James Kalec and Mrs. Airport. I J
flu event Is set for 12:30urn. J, J. Nealon Bridge Studio
EMILY THOMAS
Venice Gardens Rev By
.
at ,
M r s rys owners, are lending the use at .,
Center with Mrt rut j.
eltlon i of the building. The game will Rounding out the cast of
prink Sovereign of the Cot.on + t, begin at 7:30: p,m. and will be character in the forthcom. O \, if '
l Fair presenting the show In charge of Mrs. Elizabeth ing Little Theatre comedy, I k1d, ",
during "Cake and Coffee Deeds. "Come Blow Your Horn,"
,Hour." The' card party will All bridge players In the which open. Wednesday fora r I IIf
Jonow the show area are Welcome as club four-day run are Ann Collins .
fall and winter fashions membership Is not required and Woody Doty, who
ill be modeled by Auxiliary for attendance.On play the parts of Connie Day
members, the show theme to s Nov. <6
b< announced later. ,+d, sessions In their usual Mrs. Collins, who has recently
chairmen who quarters. Games that
Committee eveningwill
moved to Venice from ,
In assist Mrs. Henlein are: not involve the custo- Cincinnati, Ohio with her : ''tI j
.In. Mark Gillen, tickets; mary awards of master young son, Donald, portraysthe I
points or fractionals becauseof
Charles Chamberlain
Mrs. beautiful but wise girl
nd Mrs. Mvron McGlynn a Florida unit sectional who
falls to
succumb to the
;
tournament being held in Orlando ,
Mrs. Christopher Ma. j
tables; wiles of older brother Alan "
gee, cakes: Mr. C. E. awarded but'winners prizes of will these be Baker, end is clever enoughto 1
Bryant, coffee; Mrs. Roger "fun" turn the tables on him in :

NfcKenzle and Mrs. Norman games his most vulnerable mo ... j
Magee, table decorations: ments. The role of Connie -

7I 7// end Mrs. J. W. Allen and PhoebesToGive marks Miss Collins theatrical WITH FIVE DAYS TO GO before the part In this first play, which opens Wednesday
W. Barnes table .
Mrt. 1. debut,
and door prize wrapping GENERAL CHAIRMAN Mr,. Carl H.nl.In. Party Nov. 5 Interested but she In the admits theaterfor beIng presentation of "Come Blow Your Horn," are left to right, standing: Owen Gib- '
right t.
taking I I
Director George Mahar, right, ti giving the ion, Ann Collins, Joanie West, Bill Krueger l
Mrs. Gillen suggests that her own advice end buying her ticket early for the H. M. S. Phoebe Chapter of some time. She is book
I tickets be purchased as soon Auxiliary Volunteer annual fashion show end card Hospital Daughters of the British Em. keeper for a local automobile cast some intensive work on the finer points and, seated, Dolores Yerkei and Woody Doty. I''

I it possible since seating is Nov. 16. Mr. Mark Gillen, ticket chairman, is the party seller.on pire will have a public card dealership, having receivedher of their roles Little Theatre members taking

limited. She may be called They were photographed at the party Nov. 5 at 1:30: p.m. in business trainingat Miller -
hra either at her home or during Hospital, one of their Hospitality Shop at Venice the community room of Sarasota Business College In Cincinnati. lem to his brother, who has also be taken by the store brother, Alan Baker, Is play
the mornings of Nov. 2 and 9 (reject which will be recipient of Federal .
the benefits Savings ant Loan enjoyed considerable freedom The Theatre box office will ed by newcomer Owen GIbson
hsM at Venice Hospital. party Assn, Emory W. Doty, better in his bachelor apart open at 7.30: p.m. the eveningof and Joanle West plays
All kinds of card games will known a* "Buddy" Is also ment. Mr. Doty is a native each performance, with the fourth romatic role.
be played and there will be new 'to Venice theater patrons of Florida, who lived In tickets being sold for that Mother Baker is I"
Epiphany Guild To Present Organists Guild table and door prizes. Refreshments although he has participated California for several years night's showing by the ticket Dolores Yerkes, who played has also by '"
will be served In several theatrical during his childhood. He Is committee, headed by Mrs. "run from home"
Guests are requested to bring showings and contests In a graduate of Sarasota High Luther Luck.Directed away
and
I Fashion Show On Nov. 10 To Meet Here their own' cards. A small donation Sarasota, his home. In his School, Class of 1960, and at by George Mahar, by Father Bill Kruger Baker;is portrayed
will be requested.Miss part he plays the younger present is studying dramaticswith the comedy revolves arounda
Sarasota, Chapter of American Gladys Bails Is chair. brother who decides to have an eye to the future. bachelor man-about-town.
'A "Meet Your Neighbor" chairman, assisted by Mrs. Guild of Organists will man and hostesses will be n i lark and move in with his Tickets will go on sale Monday whose carefree existence Is LEVER 20A
fashion show featuring Philip Coon. Other committee Mrs. Raymond Eves and older' brother whom he idealIres. at Beall's DepartmentStore somewhat curtailed by the
j"Round the Clock" fashions members and plans will meet here at Emmanuel Mrs. Alexander Angus. Mrs. HIS sudden change disrupts in the Venice Shopping entry of his younger brotheron DEMO."BOB" .
by Hazel D Shop, Mrs. Char. be announced later, Mrs Lutheran Church Nov. 10 at 8 George Key should be called his entire family, and Center from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. the scene to batch with r BECKER

lei Becker, commentator, Reiter said. pm. for reservations. proves an interesting prob- Reservations for seats will him after having left home JUSTICE of the PEACE

cal will be presented by Epiphany Space requirements are Charles I. Rowe, pastor, under somewhat extenuating ,
hid I< politic! ides
(Catholic Church) Guild Nov limited, she said, and reser- will conduct the program on circumstances. The older I
10 at the North Harbor Drive vations should be made early "Lutheran Liturgy," assisted Harold Hayes, Designer And Food P
church hall. by calling Mrs. Dominic by the church choir. Dean Jo
The show will begin at 1:30: Struble or Mrs. J. L. Delcho- Bagley will conduct the business

mendy. A donation of $1 will meeting following the I
pm.Mrs.
Charles Reiter is be requested. program. Entrepreneur, Is Gourmet Chef Du Jour

Home baked delicacies will Area organists and choir di.
Thank Offering be served with tea or coffee. rectors are Invited October Chef Du Jour of err
Venice Gourmet Club was : 1
Set For Sunday Harold T. Hayes, whose careers -

The semi-annual United Circles have made him a designer .
Thank Offering of Episcopal Presbyterian Meet In foods, jewelry,

Churchwomen will be madeit ceramics, silver and home in- thrf I
the All Saints Day service teriors. ,
'jndny at 11'30: am. at St. r Tr q tHwootwktas- ,
II "ik's Episcopal Church At Members' Homes TuesdayEight Mr. and Mrs. Hayes are ,
living in semi-retirement In '
The offering Is used for
tt'in'Rrshlps(' to train and supiwt Women's Circles of Venice. will meet at 10 a.m.; their Lyons Bay home, builtin
3 3M women in Episcopal I Nokomis Presbyterian Circle Four. at noon; Circles 1962, which he designed to f
church*01'lc and for missions Church will meet Tuesday.. I Three, Five and Nine, at 1:30 encompass the outdoor and
. !.' .n ions. Circles One. Two.. Six and p.m! and Circle Seven at 8 Indoor arrangement into a '. A. mw / u's m
cohesive whole. nyo. 1
fOrA .
j
V p.m.Circle ,
One will meet at the Their wall hangings Incorporate t d''n' > ,r ,, .a\ I
How To SuccessfullyInvest home of Mrs. J. H. Weaverof materials acquired on SMALL MEDIUM LARGE '
15 Ginger Road, South Ven a trip to the Orient last year, vrt vr.pf ,dMfAi ; 2
ice, with Miss Catherine and the kitchen Includes 6, '
In :Mutual Funds t r I
Huntsman as Bible moderator. every known piece of kitchen Mr"y 98c-$1.33 !

equipment with a spice cup- 1.Y 1.
There b a place for a mutual fund In your plant forbrttn Circle Two will meet at the board filled with every old I
living provided you know it It the right one for home of Mrs. David A. Bow world spice obtainable. I'

)'00. There an more than 200 mutual funds and the les of 104 Field Ave, East, His workshop, fitted with an

one your neighbor' owm, or one already recommendedto co-hostess.with Mrs. Miss William Marie Dear Kreig as enormous kiln for ceramics, ir $1.67 1.98

yon, may not be the one you should have. will be co-hostess. also Include I'h' silversmithin } 'tM
1 equipment. His most recent :
Mutual Funds are our bmlnem er only bmlnesi. I Circle Six will meet In the 4.
hobby is carving instigated
\\. reprwnt most of them and have no selfish Interest Church House with Mrs. R OR TREATBAGS ,
by a request from Mrs.
salesmen and do not David McIntyre hostess. .
In any We have no canvanlnn as Hayes for a replica of a
call on you without your conwnt. Because we are excltuive Bible study will be roundtable purple Gallmulc. She is -

mutual fund dealers you have opportunity to discussion. terested In birds and Is A FOOD SPECIALIST, Harold T. Hayes, is shown at the
compare. You caa com to m confidently. expecting Circle Eight will meet at sidered an authority on In-I cutting board at he prepared the dinner for Venice Gour.
competent Information and help the home of Mrs. William Mibtect. met Club last week which earned him his Chef du Jour IsvooKL10c .
Morton of 413 Alhambra
SPECIAL NOTE: The president of our company Road. Mrs Albin S. Johnsonwill The couple retired hat. Assisting was Dr. Harry Mogford.they '

will be in Venice In the near future. If be Bible moderator. active participation In their 'LfM
you would like to talk with him, call Venice Circle Four will meet at the New York restaurants, The have become world-fam- bread, tossed salad, cherries : ,
488-3278 or St. Petersburg 894-7577 collect, or ,home of Mrs. R. D. Carter of Busker Bonnet and The ous for their ice creams jubilee, coffee and bon-bons
mall this coupon.mils' 505 Beatrice St., with Mrs Quaker Bonnet Tea Room jams, mints, jellies and cookies Dinner guests were Mr,.
James S. Dunaway as Bible begun in 1933 as a candy and Management of the enterprises and Mrs. Lyle Kendall, Mr PARTY FAVORS j.'
lnle.II, I Its t> flee It I tn Incrtm ny IMnt/ moderator. oastry shop. All foods served is In other hands and Mrs. Rockwood Bullard, '" !q

Inane 17 Imitinf mrtnal finds. Circle Three will meet at In their two locations are I while Hayes retains overall! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Poag, Mr. NOISE MAKERS r l

RAM ............................... the home of Mrs. A. J. Lou- made on the premises_ _and I supervision.The and Mrs. Frank Morrison
ADDRESS ......... fec of 1636 Juniper Drive, Hayes have two children Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Hawk NAPKINS 'I' f
married and Mrs. Elizabeth Haseltme :
CITY ........._._._.__.__..._.__..... Leila Venice Hermansen Gardens, with as Bible Mrs Rummage Sale Set daughter., a son and a Major Domo Bill Court I

moderator. Assisting him with the din- present the chef's hat to PLATES .
For Next Week ner on Oct. 21 at the Gour- Hayes and Historian Nor- ,
MUTUAL FUNDSINCOKPOBATBD Circle Five will meet at the r
home of Mrs. Peter Olsen of met Room of Myakka Lanes mand Patton gave a resumeof ACCESSORIES "
Epiphany Guild of Catholic were Executive Chef Col! the Hayes biography. Bob "
219 Glen Oak Road, Venice
Church of the Epiphany Is James Kalec and Dr. chairman of DECORATIONS'
Gardens, with Mrs. John A. Harry Handley was f
sponsoring a rummage sale Mogford table arrangements and Bill
RtHISINTIN* MUTUAL FUNDS IXCLUSIVEITmieiNATOti Johnston as Bible moderator
Tuesday, Wednesday and
The menus consisted of Wright was In charge of serv
e.JVNIOI INVISTOM or AMHICA, we. Circle Nine will meet at the Thursday at Catholic Youth hors d'ouevres, curried i I ing. Mr. end Mrs. Walter I i.Qj I I
Fla. 39 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
903 Pleat" Federal BuiWlng/ Si. Petersburg" home of Mrs. E. E. Mosimanof I Center on Tampa and Nat chicken lie de France with Harbath welcomed the guests MORE AlTOPRATED I' 1
894-7577 .
TEMFHONK Streets. Hours will be
220 Inner Drive, Colonial sau
rice and. churney, French and members.
Manor, with Mrs. Jeanette from 3:30: to 7.30: p.m,

Kelly as Bible moderator Mrs. Elmer Wolf is chair. I

Circle Seven will meet at man. She said there will bea ,

COUNTY the home of Mrs. G. William large selection of clothing! COMMISSION CANDIDATE
e
; t Edmondson of Edmondson large and small household appliances -

COURT Road. Mrs. Palmer Rice will and other items and

I be Bible moderator. that everything must be sold.

REFORMSARE GLEN R. PHELPS RECEIVED THE HIGHEST RATING


LONG OF ALL THE COUNTY COMMISSION CANDIDATES: ul I

I 1 Community

OVERDUE! ,? "An intelligent, able and personable young man; widely respected for his civic t I
a interest and integrity; has informed himself concerning county problems and has d i ,

\< the ability and desire to approach them open-mindedly and objectively; has a ( I I'J
it:> q Hymnsing 'J strong faith in the future of Sarasota County and in our opinion has the capability *j .A i t' I ?' +

) to become an outstanding commissioner, Well qualified." t j r I
ELECT: '(l1 ittiJ i I
SARASOTA COUNTY CIVIC LEAGUE
t ,
Clarence J.DEMOCRAT C Gospel Hymn Singing
A
.. You'll Enjoy
1-1 4

@''\ ;.; Sundays Nights 7:30 p.m GLEN R. PHELPS 'f i

STOKES SR. > ( Beginning Sunday, Nov I

'''f( 'oJ CALVARY'' iI

For SARASOTA COUNTY JUDGE REFORMED CHURCH IS SEEKING YOUR VOTE FOR' I I 1 1I


Sound a/ministration of I the: eourt'i fiscal l matter I ..:' 1602 Banyan Dr-i Venice Gardens :OUNTY COMMISSIONER--. 3 DEMOCRAT ''ti i ,, '

Return to Constitutoinal guarantees; ii Inspiring Millie Organ & Plant
SPEEDY TRIALS > ,o GLEN PHELPS WILL WORK FOR LIGHT INDUSTRY ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT .
REASONABLE BAIL BOND Outstanding Music Cnort/iw j. I
01* the deceased.Reform IL' So/oisr/ t e PROFESSIONAL LONG-RANGE PLANNING IMPROVED I ,
H/fflni
Integrity I In the handling of estates been ; I'f Ensembles/ ROADS AND BRIDGES CONSERVATION OF OUR NATURAL RE.; Pull Lever 12A t 1 1t
(hIs
TM court
Juvenile Court. r
in a
our i" SOURCES ALL OF THE PEOPLE I' ; )
sadly' administered end NEEDS REFORM: ? ''h t'' '
Pcf. by Clarence J. Stokes, Sr. i' Everyone Welcome J Paid for by Glen R. Phelps Campaign Fund, Arlene Hohlt, Treat. l f


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lO-The GONDOLIER Venice. Fl.. Uun., Oct. 29. 1744




South Venice Dedicates $30,000 Community House


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i \ The W. KARL AUMANW back the prestige that Venice quantly brought dozens of bershlp tee to make the South South Venice the fabulous tors from gaining a foothold a stone, bridge built several across houses ness**.arottnd.W Varied buiL
f Ml* of the 19,700-lot had lost during the depression present small and large homebuilding Venice Civic Association truly subdivision of South Alligator Creek and
t 'I South Venice subdivision in years.The subdivisions into being representative of all property; Sarasota County has dropped Orden Roll laThe lake and surrounding parkareas South Venice Is truly is, fat
r I 1953 and 1954 sparked the proposed South Venice from one end of Sarasota owner present and absent Its swaddling clothe ink wa hardly dry were created and '"boom" thank to the me,
present development of the subdivision seemed to supply County to the other." from South Venice. and 1* learning to walk. on tht first of these nationwide South Venice became a liv and women who "have made\!

1 entire central west coast oft that "something." and after . In January, 1957, a new Born in January 1953. witha newspaper advertisements ing/conunuiuty. the South Venice Civic AM .
t Florida according to a statement much thought and discussion Raymond Drain who had slate of officers was elected barrage of sensational when mall order be- a e e e a dominant,, force la South
I p ; made Dec. 5, 1959 by H. the chamber director voted purchased lots on Falcon with Charles E. Carson as newspaper advertising, it gars rolling In, and touristsbegan South Venice has Sarasota county. It 1* imp,;
N. (Bud) Wlmmen local! to sponsor the new project Road was the first residentof president. Then things!! beganto captured the Imagination of heading for Florida'sWe.t Today the sin of 1U Community sable to :give everyone
} real estate dealer "in practically the same South Venice. Things went happen. Legislation was the American people in a Coast and Venice doubled seedy 10 women a* well a* maa_
The occasion for Wlmmer's manner that the Good Housekeeping along smoothly for the first prepared and pushed throughthe manner unknown even in I The response we ao House; ha credit for the many hour of|
remarks was the dedication Magazine places its year or two and by 1955 about i State Legislature by State the heydey of the Florida great that by March 19M, mile of county-approved mile of labor that have'' gory Into
i of the new South Venice Civic stamp of approval on advertised 180 home had been built and Rep. George E. YoungberiSr. land boom. tht entire lt.700 lots were street; over TO streets making of South Venice .
Association' $30,000 community products of merit" the growing number of South .. and Henry S. Bartholomew Conceived and developedby sold to 6,800 individual owners graded and marled ; community ofwhlch aU eu
house on Alligator Wirnmers explained.Ads Venice residents aettled downto making South Venice a I the W. and A. Construction from every state in the has nearly TOD home rangingin be proud.
I II
Drive, and since he 'had been Boosted Venice a life of easy comfortable Road Tax District and on Company of New York union a* well a* Hawaii, cost from $8,000 to $30.000
I I a director of the Venice Area I Under this arrangement, living. S :special: referendum City and promoted over the Puerto Rico and Egypt! and more than BO or more In addition Cot Smith|
July
r I : Chamber of Commerce which the W. and A. Construction Then came the awakening election a voted 25 miles for repairing name of the Venice Area Some people bought site houses being built each year; and Carson (the first two
I sponsored the South Venice Company agreed to spend not Late in the year 1995 some of and building road Chamber of Commerce, the for a present or future has mall delivery to every presidents). Albert S. Refer
:I development, he had been less than $100.000 In advertising the more observing residents people of America were home some bought for Investment home a* well a* its own served a* president in ISM:
asked to make the principal the Venice area with all began to realize that many Beaches Acquired offered high, dry lots ad. and some bought branch post office; has Its Earl 8. Smith In 1999 1961
I : address.Wlmmers. news releases bearing the thing were lacking in their Deeds to two 800-foot private jacent to the famed Tamlaml Imply for an excuse to own fire house and volunteerOre and 1961; and Sherld j! pea
I I ; who was assist Venice dateline he added as community. They had no telephones beaches and adlolnlng Trail and an arm of brag to their northern acquaintances department; fUhed-stock- ter In 1981, 1983 and 1984 A
0 ant treasurer of the BLE well as to create a worthwhile no fire and very little parking areas on the Gulf of beautiful Lemon Bay at the that they owned ed lakes; Ito own boat dock new president and board 01
: Realty Corporation which i residential development police protection; the roads Mexico were obtained from sensationally low price of tome lots in Florida. and launching, ramp; street governor will be elected IB
I founded and built the City of to attract people. -from- -- were beginning to crumble the developers, as well as $200 per lot. A* fast as the initial four signal; and a Business district December to carry on th,,
i / Venice from 1925 to 1929, I all walk of life. and decay; and they had no several parka and prospective The restrictions of not unite were sold additional along the Tamlaml Trail that work In 1903.

C ; traced the early history of the I, Wlmmers said the first ad. one to turn to for relief. lake sites located more than five lots and not one were added until the
: community through the bleak vertlaement offering 40 by 100 The W. and A. Construction throughout the 3,300 acres leas than two to any one entire 75 units were sold in
: depression years that made foot lots In South Venice at Company had fulfilled their over which the South Venice person acted as an incentive 14 months. Street were '
I it necessary for the Brotherhood the uniform price of $200, obligation and gone to distant subdivision Is spread.Arrangements rather than a restraintto graded and blacktopped a*
I of Locomotive Engl. available at $25 down and $10 points; the county commissioner were made the sale of lots Interested fast as humanly possible *(

"? '. neers, of Cleveland, Ohio, to a month appeared in March, disclaimed all re with the Englewood Volunteer person concluded that with the equipment on ;
liquidate their holdings 1953, and the initial response sponsibility because the Fire Department to furnish such restrictions were im hand. 2500 palm trees were
"took everyone bv mircrlaa." street had not been built to fire protection until such posed to prevent specula planted along the roadways,
Survival Difficult
.f.t'. I He ; Buyers by the hundreds arrived county specification. time as the association could
I indicated that he and
'! J I the few others who remained by bus, by train, by au- Chartering Rejected establish its own department. 1
to, he said, and in leas thantwo The incorporation of the Additional police protectionwas '
after the BLE left, had difficulty
(
r years everyone of the 19- subdivision as a city was discussed secured from the county Calvary Reformed Church
just until the
L' j \ surviving 700 lots had been sold. Buy but discarded as being sheriff's office and the Peninsular II
\ : start of World War II, when
I 0 started to build homes time.
\ : ers by I Impractical at that But Telephone Companywas
\ a U. S. Army Air Base
i ; : established here and gave was the end of 1953 and much In January 19S6, a small asked to extend its service Resumes Song Services S
j t the "ghost city" of Venice an more than the stipulated group[ of aggressive home- to the new homes as ,
1100,000 was spent in nationwide owners formed the South completed.As .
I
Incentive to try and raise itself The Calvary Reformed a series of sermon on the
Venice Civic Associationwith climax to nine monthsof I
newspaper advertising
t : I ; 1 by its own bootstraps. a I Church of Venice Gardens i Book of Revelation at the
Internationally KnownAs Col. Harry Smith as unprecedented activity,
0 It was not until 1952 however a result, Venice became president.The plans were prepared for a will begin another season of hymnslng services. Outlinesof
I j! I' '' he sold, when the Venice known from one end of this first year little was ac. large community center on a Sunday; evening Gospel these sermon will be given
I I' Area Chamber of Commerce lymnsings this Sunday at to all worshiper each
I country to the other Wim- complished except the build. 240 by 130 by 185 triangular
I and the W. and A. 7:30: p.m. These hymning Sunday evening a* a guide to
mere declared, and even in ng of a firm foundation on trip of land on Alligator
Construction Company, of : foreign countries. which to operate. The memo Drive running back to the services will feature the sing a thorough study of the message See us (for Insured Savings Accounts
tJ I' New York, negotiated a tog of old-time Gospel hymns of Revelation. The first
sponsorship "That one successful South bershlp grew by leaps and creek itself.
,i//, I ,, agreement for the Venice promotion put the bounds;, men and women Under the heading, "South and choruses. A portion of sermon of the series this Sunday or for Gold Seal Home) FinancingSARASOTA

..rl proposed South Venice project whole area on its feet again," from one end of the county to Venice Area Booming," the the service will be given over night will be, "A Visionof
J\\ 1,J that the city and the area he pointed out, "and provided he other eagerly added their \ Sarasota News on Oct. 7, to the singing of favorite the Triumphant Christ"The
S, I were really started the hymns requested by the con- Calvary Church d la located
.i on the Incentive that subse- names and five dollar memo 957, had this to say: -
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,1: I "comeback" trail. H regation. Both organ and on North Banyan Drivein
The VACC had been piano will accompany the Venice Garden Everyone

I I j I but had In been 1925, practically Wimmers established said dormant , Venice Gardens News ,.singing In addition of hymns to the and inspiring hymning I Is cordially service invited. Transportation to these [C? [g@gK[ [ ? [b

I I \ during the "ghost town" choruses, outstanding music will be provided for savings and loan association
i 1 'I i era. After the war. he added, By AILEEN GERDTSMr. will be provided by soloists those unable to drive at night

!I ;: I new area interest had in ,the Venice. and Mrs. Joseph B. wife's work just starts their son and daughter-in-law, and evenln ensembles,. each Sunday by calling Venice 488-2771. eoeetow r a .:1" .u:.II aanaeaw..we ear an wser lta4Eaa.wvs .
I begun new residents Abraham., of 1860 La Gorce -oWe Mr. and Mrs. John Whiteheadof
; had started moving in, Dr. are both in.Venice Gar. bear too much talk of Kankakee, Ill, visiting The pastor the :Rev. Frank The U. S. dollar is worth
j w new businesses "sprouted" J. Shearer, will be preaching about $1.07 in Canada.
dens and very glad to be lenior citizens" and "retire with them. They are enjoying
and by 1962 the
chamber
I' 1s J. was here They went to New YorkIn ment villages" there days. showing their young grandson
for
t "looking
1 i } something topromote" June and since that time Watch out for Hallowe'en around the Gardens .
; i I r M a. J that would build one or the other sometimes night and have plenty of -oOn -

; i :" : both, were In hospitals or con. poodles for all the small fry Wednesday, Nov. 4, this warms in : cools inWINTER
6 1' [ LEVER 20A fine to their hotel rooms of the Gardens who will reporter is having a morning
_et'* hope our Florida weather come calling "coffee break" to Introducea
I\ I DEMO. will restore them both to -0- new resident, Mr*. Robert ; SUMMERTOTAL
"BOB" BECKER good health. Mr. and Mr. Charles R. Craig, to a few of our returning .

o t "I JUSTICE c4 the PEACE - I Chamberlain and Mr. and neighborso
Mr*. Glen McGuire of Gardenia -
rune polttla.1 .d..| Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Road returned The luck at the
have pot
supper
tI Rash of 348 Shamrock Blvd. E.7IyAart
.1 from their summer vacation' Recreation Center was a big R'rIQ $]
have returned from five I
a spent in Michigan. After visiting success, as usual. Everyone
months sojourn to their sum.merhome
'Tour'Water families and attending seems to enjoy these informal
in Au Gres, Lake
I II Problems Huron, Mich. They enjoyed a wedding they returned get-togethers.
home via New Orleans. They ; -oWe -
-? i" -- seeing their children grandchildren '
and friends but reported a good trip and good have another new resident .
I weather but are glad to be in the Gardens. Mr. and
are very happy to be back in
back. Mrs. Jack Scott of Hfflview ,
the Gardens. ,
I n r
-0- Road brought home a baby
I -0- Mr. and Mr. W. F. Whitehead girl from the hospital The
By the way there was a of 594 Neponsit Dr. have Scotts have two boy.
slight discrepancy in The F
I GONDOLIER'S kind Introductlon -
I of this new reporter. It '

I was.Mr. Gerdts who retired 'Nokomis Nettings
and 'every wife knows'' that
when the man retires the
By MARY ALICE MURRAY
1
Telephone 4885349Mr

I I BUYING A NEW TV ? *. Ethel Ashworth of to Europe and have been en
Normandy Beach N. J. arrived tertaining Mrs. Barnard's
last Tuesday to spendthe sister Mrs. Bertha Horj-
winter at her home on hauge of Vancouver B. C. Being
; SEE THE I NEW 1965RCAV5GTOR Padua Court Nokomis East. far from horns she was
I I 'j After attending church on much Interested In Florida t 0 IJ
I1r Sunday Mr. lima McConna- and wanted to learn first w
\ his and Mr. Ethel Ashworthhad hand of their lovely trip. She
i\ { I. dinner In Sarasota then returned home yesterday having

went calling; on Mrs. B. J. spent a few weeks with 1 YEAR-ROUND COMFORT WITH
t 'I 't Pratt of Bradenton and Mr. the Barnard.

i r f r'I:''I j j Nw'Wstd TELEVISION MODELS and Bradenton Mrs. Floyd Trailer Salisbury Park who of 11\ Reverse-cycle Electric Air-conditioning

had arrived from the
,lust : : 0
l J I WITH ALL-CHANNEL VHF and UHF TUNING north. ODwVIY"f2i \
>
d :j AT ACTION TV - = ... SAFEST.CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST, TOOl!
The Rudolph Murrays had
<
caller Sunday from their old CO

.1 I I hometown friends, the Newell
'\ ": Wormwoods of Rlvervlew, Reverse-cycle central! and window model this comfort: So, Join the hundreds of

j i Fla. At the same time Walter now cost little more than straight cooling thousands of Floridians already enjoying

Meltenbach brought over unit So the heating feature practically this truly modern double ble fn,. See

't rn. Nuance and their Ireland pictures which of Rome all, Italy, , a free bonus! And the recent $10 million appliance dealer or air conditioning your con.electdcratereducionour4thmajorpria .

k 1 t.,, aae enjoy. { ( tractor today.
I i I rI.CXA.TR. rYNNw.N."r. ed. cut In 10 ) makes electric -
,( ,tXX.aM .1, rI ,, .,) ass.ee., ', years year-round
Mrs. Jack Schuman of River air conditioning the biggest bargain ever.

i I i Edge, N. J. will be returnIng NEW SHOWER VALVE You Ave space and the extra cost of iN
; I home this week otter being separate heating and cooling systems, since
ON.HAISOL,O0fl Wont 01 TWO
with her mother and 1>r '
t tit one compact unit does both. Needs BO

1 I tala.Xm, father and Mrs.at Nokomis Richard East Bennett Mr. / flues! or vente. You Just dial for cool comfort I

Mr. Bennett returned home in summer and cozy warmth In winter. IN[ fj I (

) / llI J '' last week from Sarasota Hospital I t'* the safest way by far, because year- III
/l "' Tn.wreuncArz after round electric air
I MN Ar.ltt j surgery conditioning is flame-
.' rA.AIRNAr rt'n..Iw+na N.6)IXM .. -o- J lea* and fumelesa. No constantly burning .. IINC't
,.AI II Mrs. C. N. (Cap) Stevens pilot flame. ,..
1Y IUM(wMNI11.W hal her ftther: and mother
I Uaw OA pwni from Atlanta Oa. with her. IpXBabe's Your whole house stays cleaner, too. N

She hope they will stay FJamelesa electricity creates no byproducts
through Thanksgiving and of combustion..no smoke soot,fuel N
i 'I ....' :' Christmas They are Mr. and Plumbing Co, grime or odors. You'll save on cleaningand
Mr. K. A. Brown. cut

I t'; r'yes -0- 488-2402 488.5282 Electric re-decorating Air Conditioners expenses.have been
Mr. and Mr. Richard I I
Barnard of Laurel have re Radio Equipped Truck' drastically reduced in price over the last N

Mn rn. sIAINr G r.e vR' turned from their lenghty trip P. O. Boi 454, Nokomis several yean.' Now everyone can afford
",..TORINO 31 IuNI, nlllwtJw.vwwwa
.,...c,.... NIWN Nuaaammuse
a '' "" .. .
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$239.95 WOLFER MOTORS 'Inc. n.0U If pricepoitl JIIf natdatlnf bTotsau itoW

RAMBLER DODGEMS )

-J rtb7 I THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION S. TsmUml Trail 488-3965-488-6150 .fiN1ttlIa7.d.Now cheaper than ever 'toGO

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e Brake Repair Lubricate Chawls , ...thin to UM It to combination

4 E Front End Allqnmefit Oil Change ,with flaiM-typi fuel.
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The GCNDOlIEIt' V.rlfC', Ia. llrf Ocf. 29. 1964-11 I I ,



I __1- Area CAP SetsOrientation DayA TOTEM POLEBy "



Civil Air Patrol Group 14 MARK STIRES ill .

Cadet Flight Orientation Day

ICLtSU1ED I ADS will be held Sunday Nov. 1, Thursday, Oct. M will be Tlschler Kathy Johnson, 430.: Some of the activities "

Houses For Sale Business Personal Services In Venice, starting at 10 a.m, Joe Venice Junior High Little Debbie Lenhart, Phyllis Free. sponsored by the club are I''

CASH I I RATES The Group which consist Indians third football game. Gretchen Danklef, Melissa volleyball, basketball baseball A

t BLDUOO:: '. Florida room RUBBER STAMPS made to MELODY of Bradenton Saraiota Arcadia This will be the flrit away Murphy Jackie Helse Linda and swimming. In many ; J

carport, utility room. Land. order. Overnight service. BABY SITTING SERVICE and, Venice squadrons /game this year and will be Manco and Sandy Olien. of these activities, the team I '
|i\Vord Minimum" apad, ready for ocrrtpincy> Office will participate in aviation played at Brooktlde Junior -0- will g 0 to Sarasota to com
personal pocket or VENICE FLORIDA
South Venice, $8 300. Phone stock. 488-1433 PHONE 4885511 flight tor all qualified CAP High School Saraiota. The On Nov. T. the students will pete with other girl! sport

ONE INSERTION 480-670?, MATURE cadet Venice Compoilu game will start at 4 p.m. The appear on television station clubs.

EXPERIENCED Squadron will be the hosts head coarh U Ralph Wlnietto Wrl_ Tampa for the "HI -0- I 1
,
Cc Per Word DREAM HOME do it yourself SHEPARD LICENSED SITTERS. BONDED and will provide facilities at -. Time" program. The Student The Little Indiana football .

--.- bargain bonus, 2 BR LUMBER INSURED the CAP Ready Room Venice The Future Homemakers 01 Council which U In charge, schedule: .
1 IM Bath, large LR, central CO. AIrport. America Club has gone Into has chartered four buses witha e Sarasota Nov. S, at

[SUNDAY AND THURSDAY heat, southern colonial. Just 1003 N. Wellington Blvd. 'The tour squadrons will be action for the '/4S school limit of 160 itudentl to goTh Sarasota

Esst of Church of Naiarlne, eresota Found broken down into periods year. The preeldenta this year cost of the trip is $2.75 e Mclntlah Nov. 12, at j

70c Each: South of Venice on Hwy. 411 which In turn will be broken are Kathy Johnson, Patty on a first come-first served McIntosh ,

and Seaboard Ave. Beat otter callELLIOTT FOUND Religious medal. down Into 4 segments. One Burke and Dianne Shattuck. basis. "Hi Time" la seen e Brookalde Nov. 19. at I r ,

5e Each AdJitional; Word over ".800.00 takes. Call 024- PAUL I Enfraved. Venice vicinity squadron will be flying while In a recent bake tale the every Saturday afternoon on Venice. S

0581, Sarasota for Owner identify Ph. 4882354. the other three have classes, girls made over $40 aelllni Channel 8 with students of a -0-

cookies, cakes and West Coaat junior or senior Mr. Smith and Mill Johnson .
r.. Aral* Al -Cav .Irp* In tkual.th ROOF TRUSSES (demonitrattoni and many pies
"" >r* to S .ho f,. .if II conuniri MODERN 2 Bedroom, itt Monty To Loan other aviation activities, brownies high school being featured on Physical Education Instructors
.
for It**ok.on*MorWol MMrtlo tknMoftor H oott* i Baths, like new furnished6r Alum. Windows & DoorscContract :along with drilling the program. Dancing U the attended a Phys Ed I

A *r>|I.. eh.... af tt rtnta H unfurnished, Will lacrlflc Roofing A Painting BUSINESS OR PPOPBRTY Pep Club officer for thIs main feature ot the program. workshop Friday, Oct. 18.Mri. .
,de ,., .of sa Gondoliflo P. 0.I 905 Cypress, Edge wood Sec Phone 488.2112 Venice Second Lt. H. M. Place of are Sharon WWtem.n -0- Smith remarked that i
year
..mho' I I. "oII, f ._ ... Loan Unlimited fund Venice Group 14 Director for '
tion '- available. Personal appoln Cadets ii officer. Hnasslatant president; Dianne Jennlngivice Girl Sport Club meets after she was really sore Saturday I I a

mont arranged S. M., Box project i president; and Sheila I school on Wednesday and morning, due to the Urge \ ,
DISPLAY ii Cadet Major
CLASSIFIED Real Estate Mobile HomesBY 748. of Sarasota, who JiyBullington I Doody secretary treasurer Thursday of each week. The amount of exercises, but nowshe ..I

IM Edition, p.r Inch, .SUC will also act ai Organizer i The cheerleaders are Kare meeting usually lasts until is physically fit! I j. I

oth Editions, p.r Inch V$3.50 a BEDROOM HOME near OWNER, Franklin.TraU. Autos For Sale Only youths who-sign be. \

LINER ADS ground schools]Rent stores or sell and, only play.fj On er .with beautifully Cabana landscapedcorner and Patio 1954 RAMBLER AMERICAN ?tore have the a program new 1969 on member Sundayor up Area College TOP RECORDSCompiled I'i

lot In
month. Ph. 4881231. lovely restricted 2-door sedan Under 3000

$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION park. 2 bedrooms, :2 baths, miles Priced to sell, $t8 O.00, ship card will be eligible to by NANCY BROWN 0

IN BAY POINT Nokomls. 3 screened patio, awnings, with warranty Phone Owner fly.

bedroom home, rent or sell. Chryeler Air-temp Air Con Venice 4883235. Students Meet Gilbert Tenth Research lae.

or Only $65 monthly. Phone 488. ditioner .with or without fur Legal "I

ADJUSTMENT 1231. nishlngs. Wall-to-wall carpet Used TrucksUSE This Last be. Waskios"

I log Has to be seen to be ap NOTICE The Week Week Week Song and Recording Artist The List j"

qu.iH for cancellation or .i Lots For Sale predated Sacrifice for rr,500 Notlo* h honor n..a thatundmlcnod <-. ChallengeFive "
TRUCKS 1 1 :2 "Do Wah Diddy Didd i
adjustment bectuw of error; cash, complete with furnish Intend to rogUlar IM )
tttiliOa. ....5S. Manfred Mann ..... .. ....... 4 '
uit b. made for Thursday VKNICI arsiorN' ings. Call after 4:30: p.m. "AI "... ..... Ihop" with Ski Venice-Nokomls student 1 '
t LOTS weekdays Phone 488-1168. Clork of Uio Cite.,'t Coat In *nd forearaoot have met the challengeof 2 S 13 "We'll Sing in the Sunshine"Gale I \
ONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m I VINICI. BUSINrSS BITES M INTIIINATIONAL h, ., .,. Mk. County f.orl IK. Garnett .. .... .. .. ...... 4 l
Monday. For Sunday GONODER OWNH, LOU JACOBS. III-IIIT r $ ,55a5 AL F10ES BMtVICa. INTER, INOPubll.hi Increasing university com I
n M N noN4t."i.- 3 7 7 "Dancing In the Street"Martha "
Dot It 1.o.: B. II, II). 1W4NOW i
BEFORE 5 MOBILE HOME OWNERS'CAN otool flat _..' ..?.._.,......_.asses. petition. & Vandellas ........ 4 '
,
p.m. ounday. WE NEED MORE GOOD 'ot FORD riot Lye obooilo ..HOB Pamela Lee of lot E. AlbaSt. I! :
LISTINGS IN THE SAVE INSURANCE M JNTERNATIOBAL dump. 4 2 1 "Oh, Pretty Woman"Roy I '
CITY Of INTENTION: TO and Diane Lenhart, also ,
OF VENICE BAYSHORE, $ $ $ WITH NEW MOBILE 11 tJh .'NA!..._'II'.. .".Vu...?I HI KEOISTEH: UNDER FICTITIOUS of Venice are among 86 students Orbison ..... .... ....... 5 i, 't, .
HAMS STATUTE:
Phone 488-3125 GOLDEN BEACH GULF HOMEOWNERSPACILiGE At I. .. ems I 5 II II "It Hurt to be In Love"
? enrolled at the University
HI ponD toMiolliw..; Vs5 .,,,,,..$5155 Notlc k kcrohi (In* that IkoJcralcjnod. 'a. '
SHORES. GIVE US A TRY. POLICY tl DOCOI I ... ohoHlf .r_-..1 usa dealrlnf to criBM. la bud'now '' 1 of South Florida who havereceived Gene Pitney ..... '* s ;
BYRON MARKLE Realtor Exclusive with Edge-Van undor th* flrUtloua nam ofWALKERS. state scholarshiploans. 8 II 5 "Remember (w liili;' in b. ,
For Sale lotS TamlamlTrail
Houses M Bout .
488.4708 Orsdale Agency. WEST COAS1'TRUCK Vonko; Florida Inland tarnlitar Sand)" ShangriLat 1

Exemple: tho aald name with. the Clerk. Dean J. A. Battle of the 7 8 18 "When I Grow. Up to be a .
SALES of tho Circuit Court I* and for Mr
CITY OF VENICE RentalsCHEERFUL $ 4,000 Broad Form Perilson uota Counur. Florida USF College of Education. Man" Beach Boy ... ..... 3 {

On beautiful Nokomla Ave. Coach (No deductible bess N'.r $rII'& Wltnooa a F hand and fflelal' arolIhli I says competition for' the 8 4 3 "Bread It Butter" NewbeaU 7 .,

Bedroom, 1 Bath home on windor 17th da> of September IMt, scholarship loans has become 9 14 "Last Kias" J. Frank Wilson '.

ith Florida room, livingoom 3 ROOM Apartments hall) DAT ON AutO AU MARK NIGHT TRUCKS irRVtn. 84.5 WAUCER. ..100000a, Cho'') more keen each year. The and Cavalier .............. 2

with fireplace dining near every convent 1,200 On Contents (In. FARM KCjUIPMENT AND Puhllah 1 0.5. I. t5. ... 55. lilt. recipients are usually at the 10 17 "A Summer Song"Chad :

oom, kitchen. City water, ence. Armada Apts, 406 Ar. eludes Theft at no COMPLETE ALL MAKES WHFEL Of AUTOS ALIGNINO top IS per cent of their class. Stuart & Jeremy Clyde 2 '

ewer, sidewalk paved mada S.STORE. additional cost) IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT Of THE: Timothy Joseph'of Nokomis 11 6 4 "House of the Rising Sun"

treet. Beautifully landscap- 400 Additional Living TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF has enrolled at Northeast Animal ....... .. ..... .. .. ... 8 j
ROOM Office IN AND FOR sARASOTAcouNTy
or FLORIDA
d. A real buy at (12,000. W. Venice Expense Legal FLORIDA. Missouri State Teachers College 12 18 "Chug-A-Lug": Roger Miller :2
building. Ave
. . 10,000 Personal Liability IN CHANCERY In Klrksville for the fall 13 13 14 "Baby I Need Your Loving"Four I
Call 488-8914. 4881347. '
lulf Shores Brand new. or 250 Medical Pavm -nt. TDK elATe V or.r..r"L'l'llb"; .'Mnavr.T.T.._... (1 _IIRY AN'" !' quarter of the 1064-65 school Tops ... ..... ..... ...... 3 'j ,
- m. 1
tiote to golf course and ROOM FOR RENT. Excellent PLUS other extensions of To 'i'N,Oha'd 5: Ni.bol4 sod M... .5. C... K... 1I.11d year. 14 11 9 "G. T. O."-Ronnie & Daytona C r
I rr.noh.rd t Ntcoel I Chrlill.nntnu SIDNU SKA.Y .5 5. C sI 01.
>ach, 2 bedroom, 2 bath. neighborhood. Ph. 488-3853. coverage too numerous to unknown! ud ill fwrtioi( .t.am. Young Joseph Is part of a 15 10 12: "Funny" Joe Hinton ...... 4 :

f arage, carport heat and air mention tog Intorostt far. Ihroulh,, NOTICE' Of SUIT MAODALC- record-breaking total enrollment ) 18 - "Let It Be Me" Betty Everett i 4 1
tnln.l Tra liir4 E. Tot SIDNEY stARS '
ditionlng, fireplace elecie 3 BEDROOM House nicely $57.00 per :year In City or 54,.. Tronehtro1< '. KnrooK-I I Is tan toSottton NA SCALY.: dofoModiHARRY of 4401, a growth of ap ft .lerryButier! ......... ... 1 I

\ kitchen with dishwasher furnished, very clean, long adjoining parka Slightly Si PIostda,. follo-'oi. s.n' lasS' I Is 5.osot..*..._Co.nti" ROr.11.ER. 117 Hill proximately/ students over 17 - "Little Honda" :Hondella.:... 1 9 1

nd I disposal screened porch. or short term. NPC. Phone higher outside of fire pro Roror.rs a"Wlyl.I.It. U.a eWlIalosI. 0': A.s.atPa.5,04100.IEDWARD HOSKNKRANZ.t mat the 1963 fall enrollment. The 18 18 16 "Matchbox" Beatles ........ a I

lice landscaping and fruit 488-3681.. tection. I. .. Tooiuhlp 50 HoulhUnto ) Tarop Dr., raallla I-allaadai son of Mrs. Lillian Joseph of 19 20 "You Must Believe Me"
It r; YOU ARC HtRKBlOTirilD
\ 0 3 ROOM APT. furnished. 2 AGENCY I la th Olrmh Court In sod (or Dr. Chula': VUta, Ollf I Hid biology at the Missouri col 20 12 11 "Save It For Me" :

VENICE GARDENS blocks from P. O. Adults Ill W. Venice A... ho florida Oeo.r1t, I Is a.....Sanoota... klTnf, Stab Gb.)....of, 1541, rmtxUn .p.iia. lege. Four Seasons ................ 6 .;
only. No pets. Phone 488-5619. Telephone 488-289 CIIMO No. II.Ml onlltlrd 8alomolcUiT AU of UM okwo. whoa. know loot Beverly Jones, daughter of
years-old. Well under bank
... Ifocaaood '
II .11. and .
ot .1. Plaintiff va. TnnihariNovkoU dllrOOl !to M OUUd
fcppralsal. 2' bedroom 2 y_ t _ .I, k.41 A* olnn,5\ Balonoanil : Ih* aoknown boSs, oovlooio, The Rev. and Mra. J. L. '
2 APARTMENTS, furnished 545.55 John /. Ilaoor aol .. (.. ..raotooi, tranton or olh.r partiallaualni Jones of Nokomis, is one of a
phi, large Florida room Dona Situations Wanted Ktp Ssbo, art n.lnlilfi adS's TOM hr. thrown, under or ...In.1
Bay. By or
rtntral heat and air con- on year oofondonU, Saab'* t* Slit, uch ..r..d....., K .lt.., and If doul 38-member debating team at from
season. Boat dock and fish. S tII* abovo land TOO alih Oar unknown holro. ..$.. orrontont Florida State University rent a car ECONOCARwegolsowg
lIionln
,. Plus refrigerator, Ing. For appointment call SECRETARY desires position Dr ORDCBED to flto ow., a.s.w to Mid til partlr havlnr orla I
reezer, washer and dryer. ho Complaint I at t I* ofIM .mint to haw *n, rltht, till, ornloroil which has scheduled debates
488-4698. lull or part time. Call evenIngs !rla : lt."t.. .bocrlb.H .
tI of tho Clork th. : In t.bo property borotn with a dozen or more universities i \
and
prapts rods rugs, 488-5057. I I. asS for laramola Oeo.... FtorMa.o . la will
over and garden tools. THREE ROOM FURNISHED or hofoi tko IDtk oar of Norambar. Lot I, 5540 104 Foplal of Bloeki and colleges during the V
.' sees on4 ion. a *opr of aaMniwor ini.111 A 111. OIINELIA PARK ichool vear.
Lnutually nice landscaping. Apartment in town, month BOOKKEEPING at home or on EARLY EARLY. ."....., SECTION OF-VENICE. M par Pl.t I wooirow'Owen Is
Priced at $15,900. See Mrs. McIn. your office. 23 yean ex.perlence. its Pataor Bank Book I. fan 111. Publl:Booorda of Venice
FRANK C. RAEBURN or tyre season, 318 Pedro, Venice. Write Box 2. Laurel I lorUa.. oa 'or Hg.WITNESs kofon. oal4 tO.-l i iNovombor Saroaota eou..... Florida.TM one of 74 pledges to be chosenby 'cause we charge so littleAmong
bad ui 01'll.1al and oack of yon iro tarot liven fraternities at the
Realtor at.., ....... sooorllr notltlod that NORVEU. U
soI 11I1. Saul .t 0"" 954 University of South Florida.
SLEEPING ROOMS. $12.00 Help WantedFULL W A. WYNrlE. BRYANT Hod hto soon complaint In the "Big 4" In ear rental CCONO-CAR Is First'
251 W. Venice Ave.honel Clork of Clroalt Coart, h. Circuit Court o( Baraaot County
Outside ?lorlda, avalnat and aoh of you In Ssvinnl Rent s Valiant or other Chrysler-built I
: 488-1600 or 488-2G40 per week. entrance Brl JaaoN 111..._ you The bastinado or beating, car
Nokomis Ph. 488.3012. OR PART-TIME dance I/opu" m..... u .dotondaot. aofklrto. oulot UtloM from as little se 99..Including and oil Ins.'..
..
plolntlff to to abm daacrlb.ol method of reducing taxes was
ARLY C URLY. Attos.Pubish snce, test belts. Call for
teachers ceded. Training Inquiry pickup or delivery//
lomoUiOountr
SACRIFICE in Venice 3 . 0... n. II. N... .. 55. INC rou oraportr loeoUd In once practiced in the Near
Bedrooms 2 baths screenfi SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT. available Apply! 1233 Gulf- 71044.,
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT Yow boroby roonlrod to fllo roar East. Potential taxpayers .
stream Ave Sarasota ftro .CONOCASflJ
porch, oversized double Large living room with fire- Of AND FOR sARASOTA COUNTY. rltun. *M.or or othor d.f..... M i suspected of concealing assets
wage-workshop. AU roomsry place unfurnished $80 per FLORIDA IN PROBATE uld oomplolitt with' th. Clork of 10.Clr.aStcoortlssou'a.haFtarl4s.Iod. '
MEN for Bottle and Bulk Gas beaten until they
IN RE. E8TATI!: OfNOT1C8 I were
large. Lot 100x150. mo. yearly lease. Close to ucoRos ii. MITCHILt.Dee,5. to a tone Ihoriof to HAR.T .
urn sty
Delivery Living in Venice to up-Ule sum
Was $24,500 now' for sale topping centers. 720 Golf P.b.t,;" N., 7554 5 A. 'YARCFR ottornr for pl.l, promised pay .1.\ IJ
::
and, Englewood area. Will less with
Vonlol rio \.1'
TO CReDITORS: lit odilnol Bo K> required growing
only $17.500 plus Title Pol.t Dr., Venice. Call 9244619 col. train right men Myakka L.P. M ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS a.. on er kofora th. Ird <1., of Don.onbor amount of punishment
)'. Owner must sell. Liberal ect after 5 p.m. A VINO CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 1114. or to rafhr tueh oom- ha
Gas, East Laurel Road, Ph. AGAINST lAID E8TATEIYoa : ,lafnt to bo eonfoMod. ...I.n you ond luffered. :
financing This won't 488.6784. aro notlfloi *n4 raoalrotk S Doe_ Pr.. ConfooM ontorod thon.
ait 10 phone right now' GOOD LOCATION. Suitable > fll. *>r =or rmaml' whioo pM on >nd for Mid ctln to prooootMrto ... "
. .... ...... '
for office or small shop. mar kavo -'. too of .. "
NEAR SHOPPING 3 ( oonro H Mltaholl. Pmaua. late of I I LEVER 20A
droom Can 488-5324 or Inquire 141 W. Misc. For Sale Saraoota Florida In tie .eri.. lIONS AND ORDICIIIID Gals .0' GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER .
1 bath home, Venice Ave.BEDROOM. 0f K... o.u.'t. GRAHAM. Saraoot say of 0.<0....... 1004 I DEMO. : ,:
icreened porch, hi clot, tounty. tOo Coantv CartHouoo W . WYMHB.Clork I "
lose to COMPLETE SCUBA equip. M Sanaola. Florida, within illnUadar : of tbo Clrrall Court, I "808 BECKER
schools and shopln 2 HOUSE, fur ment. Best makes. Also fine nonth froa, tko data. of tbo. By i Jono Culmmo.Doputy CENTER PH. 488-IM6 If
> center nearly new, a nished, Laurel. Florida tint pnblleatlo' of thto Nk Clrrk.' I I JUSTICE of the PEACE VENICE SHOPPING
me horn spear gun 3 months old. Ph. Each olalm or a.mand a>ort W I Is flUKY A. YAROKR.ox _ _ _ _ _ _ 'I I
reduced to room. $70 monthly. No pets or 488-4967 after I. rltlnt and la upllaatl sos. VnlM Florid ttM. poll.leal! *d*,) I 1

$12000. children. 488-3816. a tl>*rfMM plaa:. #of U.raalaVno riBlmAMft.* tnt :;.trI I 'uhllo'' 0... n. No' I. 1!. 15 ,".. ,__._______ I _ _ 'M ,

HOME POOL BOAT- GREEN DAVENPORT, ;miiio biE'; 11.......
Another steal, 2 bedroom 4 ROOM DUPLEX 2 bedrooms lounge chair G.E. rollaway or .kk ...... ahall k* aooomior ..Iad DISTINCTIVE HI:

|home with pool, and House screened-ln porch. vacuum cleaner electric I .5 IMS OT demand tlllnafa not*, and M filed anclaim shall. CornerLARGER

at, on canal on Lemon Seasonal. Roberts Bay Drive, heater kitchen stool, two ko ...11. ",. flllnl foe mar ko Mdodto I II
Nokomls. Phone 488-1333. tk* unouat of claim, and claim Real I Estate
f ). Lovely home was a shoe racks. All In good con forma mar bo obtained front tk* Ooua- ,

buy at $25,000, now' a steal ON THE BEACH at Casey dition.: Reasonable. Ph. 488- Ia 8"5SITNMUWNt. D

at t $22,000. I Key 1 and 2 bedroom 6205. I :.M Adnsioltost. .1; tho sesOf I IH
1400 0.5.5. 8. Mll4.n.lI.'
DOWN and easy pay. apartments. Seasonal $1,000 ONE SPACE HEATER. Good 0.55'as. ,
ments buys nice bed. Call Don Heath ..,,
a 2 and 1200.
nx> condition $35.' Ph. 488-5221. _... 11_ 7pIn.nilor, VENICE GARDENS
m home, 1 bath paved 488-2131 or 488-6688. l'Iori. s-5 l.il'h' 1141'0.
Streets, curb and gutter 3 PIECE CORNER DAVENPORT "..,.., Florida. I INTERESTED ? I

Mr Golf Course, Venice 1 it 2 BEDROOM house nicely 1 table, 3 piece rattan Attorncn. l 0... U for It ACnIststauoo.PubICh "... N... 5.. 1M4 BEAUTIFUL 3-bedroom 2 tile baths air conditioner

Elat. See this and learn the furnished. Walking dlsance let with matching table, 2atep Wlminers I Rea'I for wa her and dryer. Very low down pymnt. Reduced to 1 I
NOTICE OF SALE N
low price, owner anxious. to beach. Utilities in- !- tables, formica top 38 NoUoo I Ia boraor punoaatla $14,500
II
MOBILE uded. Fishing and boating Inch china cabinet 8 dining 5 a final dooroo et.1"t\..,, ..
HOME LIVING ...... ..... INSURANCE i .
.m. hi Ui
-we have three mobile Yearly or seasonal 488-5127 chairs twin beds complete irod Irault In OWIH Court af Saraoot IT Goanty.lorlda *. REAL ESTATE AND FOR RENT Cottage with screen porch. Right on

home with matching dresser nightstand I will Mil tk proporbp .1 in.I Telegraph bay. $125 month.
in Nokomls East on FURNISHED APARTMENTS ::I* hi Sarawt* .,,... rtonda, 45. Agent (for Western Union per I

bullion urge Iota and Boat Docks reasonable Walk to beach I b.d. serving and chair.table 1, Bahama formica mUu'l'ud; I S.Mrl.toa' of Lot Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I I. CONN !

sections as large as sod Call 488-3447 Is, Blook. "H.l" RMubdtrUlon afBloikl ,t
shopping. SUNDAYS
the mobile home. One is i lop, complete set of dishes, 2 "Oaai "H." Flat of lara.ta CLOSED ISA REAL ESTAT* IBOIf GAUl t. DUNN AocUMTAM1AMI V

"!W, 10x50. In hos.'Slal. venings.._474-2569. planters, and many other .. M par plat tborasf_ r. rdorui < ALBII NOIOMIS. FLA.riOMBSl .
owner TRAIL NORTH Or BO. .
look t. FMO 155. ruku CLEAN
!1. How about looking at terns.. Call for appointment, Is R.o.,4s of Mtnat* Coa>.;. Fbr HELP KEEP VENICE .. M-ll4t 455-504 ,
.
these for Wanted To Rent 611 Alhambra 'Rd., Ph. 488- '
economical Flor- 44'sblt. Hi. U tho tltnort. MoVWi -I ,,
idi living? 1154. ., oaah. ..Jbo Nortk 45.0 a( U.Vat (
ESTATE RENT OR BUY or 3 bedroom wing th* laralota OoqSiO.ort -
P
TO J
SETTLE ;
Pianos_ mo5 S. a..ta. Florida. ha' V -
IwS* bt .ettled by October .. 2 bath, South Ven- Steinway Knabe Everett : lIStS AM. ..d sat, rn..5 I DU'LU .0. SAL5 0 .1........ I n.UaNIlIfID '

| 4 lots Venice GarI Ice area. Phone 488-5473. George Stack Winter Cable to.W'ftJTlJ..it. IT'S A HONEY DO PEOPLE I \\1 I..100x300 I.
ding alN'l'll 1'08 ,1
? ?! Sunset, Beach and 2 Nelson 8. Cable .
Fayette I' ,
In Vm.tg Ciak." 1'I' ,
l. Venice Crovea. Make an Business Personals MalletS A Davis ...hlsh, . flat k iNs. .I on tntercoattil I .. :,
Offer READSMALL I PAY5INT5 TO wmv nODAL
and make come won- Musette players VVINVITATiON TO BID Beautiful! Mile-Wide Bay '8 .a.lb Is.l.d.5 Prioripul. "
ey. TYPEWRITERS and Adding Pianola Players Tk .... Oooailoilonon. of SMth Citrus Treat : :.::r. sons an so..r.oae, c
SMALL V l.a Road C BrMn DhtrM No. S leerIng I
DOWN PAY. 'Machines (mechanically op- 't
-Or| na sill name bldo M a OOMplot* *uMnfmodi ADS? 2077 agczivs '" p.r a.o5 '
=
MINTS
and Financing rated) Chemically I cleaned.ke Allen Lowrey .4 float dltek t* 41.50! oa *n "THE PRICE IS .r ri55.N a '1. moms.,
.
"aUabl..on Of our'listing5 Just $1250 plus ablto' Raao .ta Ik* Mhdhrktoa of 55.555,04 .u.5 a eRIGHr'
many. COMPLETE SELECTION OF .
nw"q haNk TnlM (*ntn *nly wkar WELL
partS d. All makes. REBUILT RECONDITIONED nui tiT>. lOts oraa waiM af na. I '
BYRON Stationer. 211 W. _........ M mlla\ af road out
MARK1E, R.altor. Venice AND FULLY GUARAN. 4$. ore' aPPlY ha sopll54p' 1554 GULP: REALTY MARTIN.. 'UNClE 4

I_ Ph 4S8-47M' Venice Ave.' 4834113.ABCECIIETARIAL, TEED PIANOS AND .11.5 I OT 04 rnawry Saraoot po.4.. ,...45Ialn,4 aiin.Roadlailonar YOU ARE! I e.aAnxoa, v

SER ORGANS . taiorri tk.w t* ro. WBI. ,. Tools/ Rj. Broktt ,
r ENICIC GARDENS bed. FROM $121. 54$ *-r and all bids wahro 214 S. Trail 4884738 _ _ _ _ as am :r.. :=:. Los S
I VICE. Ph. 488-4406.. Mime- s.d 01111Uoe pn54aloIss __ __ __ _ ___ _ V...
,1m oom -
2 bath, central heat, Florida's\ Largest Music Co. =- _ _ _ _ _ t 4,
; distaphoneGen- j .
Ir conditioned $U, 00. Ph. graphing CANNON MUSIC CO. .1..1. pAtB 1 OVMM. Coilmu, lt V
jkMtkVonlM ,
Statistical Typing, Boo* BrUtrioli'orr.
Bl-Gf74. aral and .
. Office 1301 lit St.. UNE AL.O"VALUE _ _ _ _ _ fi '. '
Mailing. Temporary At.
Opp. Florida Theatre I. '
,
M5N1CE Bookkeeping all VOBMO. florU GULF SHORES
,
GARDENS 2 bed Placement Open Thurs. ft Fri. till 8 p.m. ......., *
.
L,> m.. 1% baths paneled General Office Routiner. OL M. IH4.NOTIC1 _ _ _ _ 0

.".....Id. room, cathedral, ceil- Phone 958-1019 Of PUBUO lsAasno 2-Bedreom. I Bath, Garage, Screen Porch, Electric Range _ .

"gl. central heat Available) pssnak1os3aitarstions: Reasonable.. FUELOIL TANKS-STANDS 5,5.Kotto SC-4* Ia of hbo sue Cod taM.a> oumxot CMIunM t*, and Refrigerator. Clot. to Beach. This comfortable home ? _ When YouConsult. . l '
lIOn request 488-8387. draperies, etc. Fuel' Oil deliveries.: SliM oil, of VMko. 1'1_ tkot Iko OtW on en 80'ilM1 LOt for Only ; ,
4I8-11JO 0........ of MM OlT will .koM xollo .j-

screened EEDjQ28 2 bath home. BOOKKEEPING Income Green Heating Service.Stamps Across Standard from t"rl rMC.01 s_..ol l-o.If.I.l: m.e: ;op54kaltoo fet Nvom tho 4owa $115000FRANK ... I t

porch utilitycarport State-Federal Wage fire station <418-4092 .0 50. ?. $1.5 N ha n..sdfres
OOm Tax, '
gas heat large = so 5.51-5 1 1Let. 'ii I
Typing,
'm r lot in Venicu Gtrdem. Reports, Personal V PthRED I. I. S, 4. a. s.d tkt N4V ofM C. RAEBURN S '
'
5quIre your home. Champion typist 4, 1Mb oo. 0.51 VIsa SoUlo ol
at 488-4478. Nominal y.nlr.. P10445.1aklMhae . REALTOR It I
30 years experience .k.> r4to ., Iko Or. ON t' '
Ntlms! 1752 POMERANIAN female, .. V ,,
BEDROOMS. 2 Baths near Fee. Charles Z. j
B..a* W. BAOM. Zit W. Venice! Ave. Phone 4881600488649" ( V
GUlf. By Appointment. Ph. Banyan Drive Venice. Fla t year* Old. Wenderful pet. l -' ,

......aa11. Phone 4B3-V204. frit 830. 111 Castile. IhlblMi Oci t&t4 ,_ ,
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I t GONDOLIER Venice, FU. Awn., Oct 29 IvM ...

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Three Games On Tap How To FISh _




For Snook


For Venice Elevens


Florida'/ Roughest, Toughest Fishing Fish

t Venice football fans have starting backfield, will open

\ a full slate of games to at. at right half. He has totaled Copyright 1964

tend today and tomorrow as S34 yards on rushes and pass By EARL F. DOWNEY

all three teams representln receptions. Veteran John Hen-

I t : the junior and fenlor high ne, showing a total of 124 '<'--

have contests on tap. yards gained from both rushing I -

'1 The: LT1 a Indians will be out and passes, will start at SNOOK WHAT THEY ARE AND WHERE THEy

1 to take over sole possessionof fullback. Terry Hasklns, a detensive -

r J first place in the County stalwart last year :Is CAN BE FOUND

I Junior High Conference when: the left half. He has carriedthe

I! they meet Brookslde this at ball IS times this season (CentropomU Undeclmalls) often called Robaln

,, ternoon at 4 p m. in SarasotaVenice : for 45 net yards gained. H. otheiSnook e. "thin Snook" or Sergeant fish, '

f ; Is 1-0-1 and the Barra. also continued to play a majority -

t cudas are 2-0 Game sit( 1 1Ihrlg is of the time as safety They have a long thin streamlined body with a vary

I : Field at the rear oft man on defense prominent lower jaw something like the northern MusVi.

I Sarasota High School. Nick Harper and Charlie but without teeth. Identification Is made by the entire Ivorf,

: I Tonight the VHS Junior Hodges will start at the ends; - - being marked with a solid black lateral stripe from the

varsity travels to Punta Gor. Jim Zacharias and Bruce VJHS JUNIOR VARSITY football player. ere (joined here manager, Manual Brown John McDonald, Ron Perkins, Earl top of the gill-plate to the fork of a large fso .shaped' tail

'I' I da to meet the Charlotte High MacDonald will be at the by several members of the vanity; who misted out on an Midlam, Randy Graf Jeff Hamilton, David ROM, Jeff Color above the stripe is a beautiful Iridescent-green, torn.

'i ; "B" team in a 7:30: game tackle posts; starting guard earlier photo. The LI'I Indian (jayvees will play a scheduleof Pender, Roy Buetalew John Shaver and Bobby Sanders' ; times showing a coppery tint, while underneath the color

; : which was originally schedul. will be Bob Somers and Phil intramural games during the season. From left, front: back row James Curry, Paul Taylor, Bart Panton, Kevin gradually fades from pale-green to whitish silver.

I to ed be for postponed Tuesday night because but of had a Donnell Youngberg will; and open Tom at center.Mac. Rodney Harper, Guy Struble, John Sleasman William Ham- Bianer, Mite Rich, Tim Albritton Ben Steele, Jessie Sim. Snook found anywhere from Florida to Brazil, art one

conflict with other schoo man, Mike Lawrence, David Lawrence, Larry Jeffrey Jeff mom, Mike. Senevy, Phillip Fearon, Dennis Crawford and of Florida's most Important lame fish declared so by law

/ activities. On defense Joe Henriquez Bodager and Eric Shaw; second row: Skip Dalton, student Jerry Horton. the catch being limited to four in any 24 hour period with
f and Shep Lawrence will be instrted -
I 4 : A big White Sands Confer. as linebackers Don a minimum length of 18 inches.

,," ence night clash awaits when the fans Indians tomorrow Christopher will be the left Peden SecondIn I Appeal Made To VAA Field Bond HoldersAnother I Snook Inhabit waters along the entire gulf coast and for

I : host the Rlvervlew Rams at sldeback, Greg Jones will reoplaca many miles up the east coast. Certain times of the year h.

I MacDonald at tackle can be located in waters off sandy shores of gulf beeches
8 p.m. Rlvervlew Is 2-1 In lea. and Jim Hatchitt will go in call for the remainIng 65 budget set aside funds to night./ Jones laid remembering around rock piles, 'Jetties and under bridges while ,
Inleti
::, : gue In all play while Venice is 1.2. at a guard post. Vic Cleve. [ County outstanding bonds on the completely wipe out the bond. to do this will lave and coves attract his attention when bait fish are schooling

i games played, the land is expected to see plentyof Venice High School athletic ed indebtedness on the athletic many hours of work by unpaid in these locations.

\ Rams. are 3-3 and the Indiansare action. a defensive tack. field to be brought to Friday field this year. The VAA officials

\ 3 2.Rlvervlew. le. night's game with Rivervlew board on two previous occas. The bonds also mar be redeemed When one is hooked he will make long runs, jump Into

t I j' t came from be.l' Point Making$! has been issued by Venice ions had retired $10,000 of the by mailing them to the air like a tarpon or make a fast dive for solid bottom.
hind in the final
e period last ,'
Area Activities officials. original $23,360 issue. Venice Area Activities Inc.,
I I year to edge the Indians 20- LL director Jones bonds Chuck It is an exceptional thrill to hook into one, especially In
Englewood Alvin P. Jones, field said totaling c/o C. A. ( ) Keller
19 and the locals will be Sarasota continues to set water where
out can spend some time
open you playing It.
1 the for the VAA, said several $7,780 have been redeemed Secretary P O. Box 128,
to in White Sands Con.
l' I avenge this defeat t and al pace
I dollars worth of the since first called in
thousand Venice.
they were
Next week Becoming Familiar With
I the same time bring 'heir Meeting SetThe Terence football action witha Snook And
$13,110 in previously unre. two weeks ago, leaving $5,330 Their Habits.
I ; t league status up to the .500 4-0 record while Rivervlew I
'deemed bonds were retired still outstanding.And .
I mark. Englewood Little League and Palmetto are in a tie during the Venice-Arcadia he made another appeal Sr. Golf Group Watch for it in this newspaper.
Big threats In the Ram offense for second place with record
.
will hold its organize two weeks ago. to the holders of still outstanding
are Danny FiorelU snd'I of two victories and mingle game C 0 0 e e .
I Tobe Halton: Both have di!. tional meeting Wednesday. defeat. a Sarasota County Board of bonds to "please Meets\ On MondayFortyone \
Nov. 4 in Public Instruction in its 1964ITommti bonds FridayBOWLING
the Englewood bring your
You can secure autographed of
ferent styles in their running turned out your copy this brand
The Sailors are also out I In golfers
., School cafetorium at 7
I I game, but have been consistlent p.m. front in all played. this week for the meeting of new, 1964 edition, illustrated of "HOW TO FISH FOR

., I gainers for the Sarasota. Parents of all boys betweenthe They have been games winners five II the "Seniors' Monday MornIng SNOOK" by sending $1.00 to Earl Downey 3100 Park St.

based eleven throughout the ages of eight and 16-not Breakfast Group" at No. St. Petersburg, 33710, Florida. Learn the secret of
times and losers twice.
Venice
i.: season. Halton is a quick 16 before Aug. 1, 1965-who Lake Venice Golf Club. How When and Where to fish for Snook. A list of Hot-Spoti
is in the
starter while Fiorelli waits reside in Englewood Warm : with a mark of runnerup three wins epot The event for the week was in 18 counties is given covering the east and west coast
until he finds hole before Mineral Springs, Plamore, of Florida.
a Individual low net based on
defeats. IliWE
and two
Grove City North Port Charlotte
turning on the gas. the Peoria (blind holes)
'ln, Same Backfield Placida and Boca Danny Fiorelli, Rlverview handicap system Winners

.r Indian head r Jim Grande are urged to attend. halfback leads the scoring, IIDoll. II were Ed Gibbons, 25; Bill
tare: I
I : Powell will the same Plans for the 1965 season parade in both divisions. He 26 and Everett Braun

7 backfield he has gone along will be formulated and new has four touchdowns and two Cox,, ; REELECTE.

with during the first five officers will be elected. extra points for 26 in conference Myakka\ Lanes Cyro's Lanes 27.C.. E. Ball. Ralph Waller

games. Ray'Joelson, who has Approximately 200 participated point making In all and Albin Johnson tied for

i' completed 32 passes in 63 attempts in the program last games played he has 38 ._. Hsstt.-C.sll.t Henry ... Paint ....'. Lean* Anchor I 4th with 28's.This S. "BILL"

I for 368 yards and has year, which included four points on six touchdowns and Wankrnan, Hood''. Dairy, 120-6711, oil flna.ly' hit: their ::Jd:61": group meets every
"I : rushed for 147 yards, will senior league, four minor league two conversions.. Shirley Bmlth Venlce-Nokomla B.nk.l1a..61 :O'5,0.n hlttlnt tol a*
morning. BreakfastIs
Monday
Harrlatt Hndrl, Whit aOment rlaa, Bill Trahan 101 and 160, Don
start at quarterback. Paul and four farm team leagues Venice's Paul Peden is Product, 172j; VenlcNokomil D.... 101 and 111 and Frank' Ol_ available at the club starting x RaymondJUSTICE
Peden the only junior in the Bank 895-2144 VanieaNokonlaBank ion 121. They war birth" with IOU
...... .:. runnerup in scoring .for, all 111)) Vanic SI.U....... 17-71 ilnel and toll for total Sins Boa at 745.: Playehs register
'e. games with five touchdowns Ted, ar* lat National' Bank.nd Standard Brobat Entlewood\ Bait Hay ihot as they come in and, to pro {
I with 11-0 lead I In iin l Del Roberta '
Heatlnz Blanch Calll 201 to .n. I
and three extra points for a 1711 W..... Hmdaraon, 1001 Harold. Carpet Canter, 106 and $ ) Fred I mote acquaintanceship, four of fhe
rf total ot 33. He has played Smith 111Mandar 0...,, Cerlli Blaok Label L 101and somes are selected by Carl
Aftaraaan Ladlfa 12!. Standlnn Carllnta Bi..kLabol wf PEACE
RlkklSmith.
one less game than Fiorelli. 14- '4, CarpH Center 14-10 Ronmann, Pro-Manager and ;
.
.. Knnl.wood Waah H... 1801,
f They will be opponents here Halan Caaall Lnellla Yam. 110-/521; and Budwalaer H'j-10: %. Bowler oftha play starts at 8:45.: A different ,.ry DIST 2

I 'I; tomorrow night when the Indians InirlewDod'. UNd. Can Waah, 16112.H. ,.S..ndin.-Lu. 170-ltlll, Ea.til over waekt average.Rawlea Larry. o'Brw with M Bin* event is held each week and

: J1h are at home against the Suaan FI....... 11-71 En.lewood WaehHouaa. Funeral Hem Udle Lea- all players, regardless of 'r BEST qualified
r Rams. ll-Ti, Eatil: U.... Car. 11-11. ana Sharon Hartwll, alerMa led their golfing proficiencies,
4.0
f r I Faulln Klauaa, Eatlll Uaad Can, 1714iU the ladlea for high ilnila with 177;
( Ray Joelson, Venice quare Klv Cuntm Mel! Its))., Insurance have an opportunity to be MOST experienced!
....I..ft Gordon Btruble Vanlo rolled III and 441 to uki honor for among the winners.
terback, leads his teammates Fin Dapartneat. 1411, Tom a.... latNational total. pin*; Th. MerMaa team hit 110 in the
All golfers are
In for blth alnal and Waod CockUilLounie area
conference ,
point making Bank, 17..201-1197 lat
with 12.WBITB. N..inn.1 Bank, 1061-10" 5undinw' totaled toil. SUndinnt A.*.. cordially invited. MembershipIn I submit to you that since: being elected In
MarMaa H4-4V
ional Kadford Bank Conatruotlon 10-11, Gulf 10-ii Coaat lat Development !>o.t. and nue Apparel Team No.10V4-4H.1 1-7 Bowler *{ .thaWetkt the Golf Club or the Men's January 1963-1 have conducted the affairsof .

RANDS CONFERENCE Cup and BI.t. peer ..* lied Elsa Gumm with 14 pin over Association Is not a requisiteto this office Impartially-courteous .f>
I DO W L T res. PP.P" with 14-10 Jack Duka Marar Con- avrf participation in this Mon.
R.r_ _. C 0 e 1.000 II I' ". Bill Bodanr, 1241 FrodNelaon. Meedr. Ineereirre Mliad. Law ficiently-promptly and 'in a manner that
RI.-I.. I 1 0 .see IR 19 .'DioOll. d Garrinaar, 110.! all Lola Oarlock. _th... Sprint day morning golf event.
p.lm..10 I I 0 .Ode II 01 for Wou Coaat R.41.Mla, Mlka B. Btampint, waa hlah for tha ladle wHh. commands respect and dignity so necessary
""u'h..t __. I I 0 .fiOO II CC lull, Tom Uamm Bulldar, 111-171. 1(11 alnile' and 471 total. plna TonyBnaalckL to the court of uttice.k
Venlro . __ I I 0 .IRS II 10 Carllal Black Laid Ta.ara W.lk_ ....h.... th* ...plallor { : .
N. Ft. Myn. 14 1 .200 II PI Harma Duk. Myakka Louav, 1X72JO 101; Ci...... Macllowell.) Trail for anenjoyable
I Charlotte . .. 0 I 1 .000 la U -2C4-1771 Ponder''. 1.1....., M4- Cola Laundry totaled III to lead th* I humbly solicit your vote of approval and
2681. Btandlnn Taylor Hardwar. men; Southern Sprint : BtamplnlhMrh
YOU ARIA TEAMS ALL GAMER al.6Sml'J ..... B..t.- ...... 10.11 I POndLlquora I alriBle: 181 Trail Laundry GOLF confidence on November 3rd.
W L T Pot. PP.PA .,'. It-I. Gerry Duk, tool pin 1701. RUndlnni South Ven. day of
.....q Bill i 1..1 Area Vol. Fire 0.t). 14-8. South
/ s I I 0 .1U toe .0 "It4nl 2017 F'rod Y..I., 5011 Bay end
I vain __ t I e .Ifs II 505athe..4 Jo.itr.k 120, Elsa AI.. 5042 Holt Sprint SUmpinf IIand Sincerely respectfully,
._ S 1 0 .&00 9'1 14 Nam 80S.B.n. Trail ColD Laundry laand Walker TRY
Rivm1.4' 1 1 4 ,600 61 n .'. V.Mnt Harrl40te Rond.rl. I 16-1 Bowler of the Wetkl Vlrtlni
I p.lm" _._.. I I 4 .100 11 04 Firat Fed.r.i .... .nd Is.., Glebes, II pin and Wax Smith 10 SARASOTAGOLF BILL RAYMOND
Cad 11.nm I C 0 .100 45 111 2oT|"DarUn. Chadwiek, anaral "f.Tilphona plna.Daacaa
Charlotte 8 a 1 .000 I. n Co., CIO: 8paar Inc. 0811, Laabury I ChavraM. Janet Wulflnt.Entlewood .
I BELIEVE. Raaltora, 1774. Sundlnn BI. Savlnaa 4 IM I Fran CLUB
WRITE SANDS SCORING leek manna Anncy, ao\ ,-7'4; En. Bullock. Kellnera' rI'.1'.r. 100) Ed I Incumbent & Republican Candidatefor
Td Ep Tol tlawood Nursery 15i0I4i' NorwoodKooflni Term Don Gordoa Conatruetlon, 101 DAILY GREEN CO lift
and Dick 4 54..don Ra.allDrum. and ills Ed Oatarhubar, Don Baall. I IRealtor.
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T 1..IIf..l.. 8.r.Ri ._...__ /t 4 9 20 54 1711. Kowana Co.ilU 1741, 5581; Entlewootl Baden a FEES . . . . JUSTICE of the PEACE District 2
I -that the first duty of the School Board It to encourage Pow... H.P.I C 1 It Dora Joan Run, 172; LII Baana, 170.Ratara Loan III ilnale and t>.8 aer.li.Sundlnn Just Off Bee Rd.
Ch.pm.n San TV En........ M.'r Laa- I Don Baall Real.....* II.I Ridge
academic and vocational excellence in the schools? t l'
I M.Th15w. Gn t 0 II ... Huih Idac.ul.y. Lock. X.... Paynaa of Entlewood 1Iand En. South of Sarasota Paid Pol. Ad.
246-1011 Modern '..." llawood Savlnn I ft Loan 18-11. Kelt
I Lne, 0., 15 Pbllllpa 1060
//DO! DN.. e.E.: : -.:::::=: : : 24 Look K.y. 1917. Slanrtlnn En. ner Prlntlnt 11-11. Publli l MrkH II.II. -
JnrllOn, V.nl. I 1 11Flllklll. alawood Auto lie....., 10%,-'\1 Bay Cap. Haae Water 11-11 and Doa
3 N.FM I t 11 Viata. Raauurant 11-101 Cap H..., Gordon Conatruetlon C*.. 11-11. Bow.
-that the board must the
represent viewy of parents, _Alderman Pol. I 1 155rhi. Manco-Cra..(ord Air Coal., and Lock Inn. of th* Work, Ruth Skontood with
I I I teacher and taxpayers? ., P.L I II a Kay tld with 11-11 Cell Stuart. 14 plna and Bob Wulflnt with 17 pin
200-201) Rowland Lakoakl. IOTSamaiara ...r .wna
SE. ,
If ( DO! =,'Vak.-==== I. 1 Naraary bill Trahan. Rdte-Vu ...... 1...._ c.- Bill Ford
White. RI.. I 1 t Amarlcan Uion, 1542| Lao Frya FlratFadaral Shoea 'In*, wa* th* bit team a* Ad Phillips
H.Ita RI.. 1 I Bavlnn a Loan. llMOli V. Mueller rolled IM to lead In ilnal
4 -in voluntary Bible reading and prayer in our schools? 5eh.dd 5.r. 1 1 aatlan Garden., 0541 Partrldia Ban earn.. Em Mayktean III tetal plna and
t Summ.n. S.L I 0 1rm. bar Shop. 1620 _ndln.| Hood .h. T_ ..... '011 for .Inr" and
'i'I I I DO.!' R.r I I D.I... 20-11 Vanatlaa bardana. 10.02 t..1 5M.I 5005. 5.ndln.5, Sh.. I..
Puwld,. Barbar Shop and HamiltonHomaa LORD ALES
semns Yenta 1 1 Sardl.y 14-4. Bourbear Til 18-10 and Clare.NJoe
i f # I Vmk. Ioil. tied. 17-11. VI. McClain." lot ; A.... 11-11 Bonier of thaWeak.
I i -that teachers meal be I left free to exercise their political N.F.M. I : 1H.rrY Joh. Houaaworth', 1101, Mika, Bolaak. Millie Bradina with 41 plna
I Char. 1 I 1IO, AI Brmmona., III, JN Godfrry. ,
*r aTrae
j I j rights at individual citizens? 01100. Ch.r. ._ 1 IT. 200; Ch.rll. C..., 111 and 101) Jim ..... .
I Lan.. 2117 Lrq John_, .1. L..sw- Klaak. Maat.era
i 'I .,,,_. ChanRI.ln 1 504VI..Nsho4.
i1. I DO! RE. Ba.h'. G., aDoll. 101.d5511; Squana, 766 alnal
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Ch.mbm,. 8.11.. I t II.... Mlle,. 5. ria. G.dr5401. and Maaona 1288 total pint Sundlnn
I k .. 1011, M.dm Po..... Far1.y eater* _. Rafflana 1'-1 and HI.
,
-th.t the authority to set school millage is your right Tb.m.Rally. .Pol.N.FM..._ I I tH.4. Fun..1 Hass 4960 Mol T..III, PI. ram. ItBowler of the Waekt Howard

at a taxpayer? Venlo.I : i 1Godfra 'n; Pry vruaa. aiai xjaa Fry. Pan Chadwlek with M plea
: owlSARASOTA _:= Ott. lies Lueaya, Grand BalIamu.! Maaank Win* Garrrad Claak
-; f DO! I 026 So. Fla. Conatruetlon III 8. Warden, high einila; with 118 asol
COUNTY SCORING S..ndln1o. "1.. Conatruetlon., 18i Nedra Bataa. Sentinel., blah .eerie of
:In I Hmdrl.k. Con.lwMtay 161 The Ben'ltel had blah. elnrlelearn :
Td Rp Tae 10441 Parlor Funeral Has: 1\t\:: |ama of 787 end tha Star hi"eh
e'' VOTE FOR I Palm nnwlll Vmla RI. __ I I 1 At Oars Duk.. 101. Pea 81..k, 1717, ha.Y .tal ,I... 1101 Team 5.ndinm,
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Trimmer 111.R..I.
Warden 14-10 Sentlnetiron I 11-I5.
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Tale lar _.__ I I S. .. Llnrla Johnaon, Cora'* 11-11 and Star* 11-11. _,;..: d -r
M.Then", 5.r. 1 leCap C.... 1812, All.. M.Rin Wa.1 Atlta the Week, Betty Swanioa with M
II .,. '.r._ __ 1 II 10..1.... 4500 Cora'. G.... 6671 Va. p/a/ sow ....._
: 1 HARRY Lne..Sar... __ 1 IISml.h. Gardrna. 1100.f standlnnoraa ';' Bin .5.5.. ..'.- America Oil Ml,.edl
W. FRAZEE M.sm 1 I IIrnrioon. .. FAIRLANE
I V.nl.. ._ I I II Gala' IMl, Wlm.. .. foal la-. ...... Bruce CaMwell. Gror City> 500 SPORTS COUPE
I /{ 0,1.,,. RI.. _._ I It : I-'Prn-1lIo::; : :,oIl : Gardana' 15.IL II," III ..d I7< waa the hi.) man l

Hnll.r.n. M.mm I II IIn. 178114.| gttlahar. 1711! Ruth v... Oasis Conk-, for R'a. the rolled' leaiuei nine Roier aarlaa Ha.nke with 17.*Jolly 171

I 'I GOP Candidate Henn.H.rp.n,'V'o;:_=== 1 : dC,111a 16.Vanlc. . and 101 for a KO; Red: Certle", Willow'
Saad Fwd
ClllaaaaEathar HOUSE !
C..'. .._ 1 I I Sanlor Lan Court, IM and 1401, OeontaBounet AFIRE !
j Sarasota School Board A.h4.ld ".. __ I 1 Frltchn, } : Swlahar421 , 104 and 111 Jan Jlmeraon,
County "..mss. Many __ I I Brian.> |. 170-401)Ed Rran ::11t.; .Ho. ,1011.N6a E. Kaa. Flower' S........ 170 and 4M | Mae.
Nail. Many ._ 1 1 I Fewer Shop waa bilk with 141 and

I Paid Pol. Ad by D. E. Roberts Campaign Trias. Cnas.nrsdia,Maser V.:. ..--::= I : : Icon. . 18-101 Bundlnn. Hint-Dlvara Cuba,,17-11.ll|Andy Hot Gror Standlnrai City G.'wMrs.... City "'.."eerie 11-7 Mae U..a.

1 N".,. VN/y/ e I 1 lIo..k'Llllrall 171-4811 C......*Wally_ SIS.Curran.ah.5h 170 11.11.r.4w Bowler shop. 17-11 of and the] Th.Weak* Jolly"Janet R* SALE OF QUALITY USED CARS

I Ii Shod 111-4411 81u Alien Ilmamon with 111 pin and Red CiiII. ..
ltl-141 Halm la/ton, 100 Wanda with t. plna over aver*_ _
C ran*. Ill; Jim Hill. IW-liO, Tom BUI Phillip Ford Mlied HelenFrady
i Ryan.,, mi IM, ; John John Dart*. 108. H..b'r.n. Terminal Tranaport, N..1 led '6} RAMBLER $1395
LESTER "LES" PIERSON Frank SabaUr. 181 MoLaujhlln 1811; he ladle wth a 181 alnelei' Tom CLASSIC Offeredf4lrlattime.tt.,4.

Baach H....... M..'. Scratch Vnoeha.': Land 0 ears waa blah for '63
he with III Nedra Tar. PLYMOUTH
Paul i Mara'. Bodanr: : Palatine 167410; mind men T..n_ No. I, bit Bntaa 104 foe WAGON ....._............................. $1395
i Glary
Crete Koohn .
Eetlfa
t Uaad
5 161. otal pin tor 1M ladlaa and Lwky. '
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 1ne41n-151 1 Lee Fry*. T-Up, 14*. 63
CHEVROLET
I I. 6151 "'UI. Uaad. Care, 164476411SUndlnn Burdlne.of W'leo, T III Grant and 500.5., .put tontherTamea .I IIIfoe 4-DOOR SEDAN ....................... $1595

1 1651. ... -Saraaota... Precaat the man ; Lend 0 5.w .opped. th* '62 RAMBLER
TAX COLLECTOR Auto Prod. .......1.ll-l. | are The tied.GI. .11-0.and Wait Bill T b.un Grant for hi.) .)_alnala with 110 and! W. WAGON ........................................ $ 795
ber of 180,
put nmaa
'
Nodeier. 117-fol Bud Leedham 100; 01 and '00.1..1 Wit fee the 62 RAMBLER
I S.Harold, B.k.Manna.. 1071, Cliff, Taylor 101 0 5.onp.d the honor meal.and for I WAGON .......................................... $ 695
till Hulk Macauley. 'hrh. sloe with 810 .nd W. T. Grant -
1 SARASOTA COUNTY till Phil Bherldan.. 1101 I Carl Carl .earn totaled till for atrlaa. a....- 62 MERCURY WAGON AIR CONDITIONED $1495
ern. 114; Bo* Norman, Ito, Gerry '...i Olaon'15.5.5 fO-4. Rnyaldorha d'
Duk, toil, Bob 0._.. 111
I a Lester Pierson will open a South County Branch Of. IHike. 1171, Curly Walt 114-101; Herman Ken Kennel Bowler 1711 of the and Weak W. T.tall Grant Nlrhol.17-11 '64 FALCON RANCHERO AUTOMATIC $1495
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nit Moore MlFalatalf .
j fice NOWI! He it the candidate with SOUTH COUNTY \o Early: : Bird.* ninny Stahl. with, II pin* and Kea Romla with 14n a t

SERVICE In mind. -'II CoOp.Station Fouraonw, 111-121, 101-Ml CkrMk; Ce-Oa Taylor St.5s. ., 01 lee.* ovae..aarair...- Jaaler. Sheriff. 62 METRO 7,000 Miles .. ... .. ..,,.. oa,4se5awsnv $ 895

Year around maximum available services will bi .. *44 Graft Fonramn. 160Undlnn R.i* Jonaa J.... .., we hlih for the
!! Co-Op Station, Irla wlt> 181 ... and Seott
' ___, provided to residents and business firms dike. trait. ....._ 11.7Veho.. .114 On; Hoff Troateea, waa hlrt. for tha BRAND '
'I Lester Pierson will Co, ll-l. aid Fraaler ...na5 tha bon with 5551.; Jaetrl Bullock. DI. NEW 65 FALCON'"l695"
the unfair where
correct stiuation 4-7-10 apllt Bill Stahl. 101, B.id .-. .....h... totaled Ih* molt plna with '
401 aad Jud 4br...d. napMloa. all with SI00 Down
j UNPAID VOLUNTEERS are operating a COURIER tarn 104 Art Kuaaall nl Belt .
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Gor..., 171; Harriett 171. aarlaa Jailer howled til for team
Hendrix
j I) SERVICE to Sarasota to obtain license plates for Blalerk 1_....* Aleav Flala': Inale and 1014 for total rI.) .. Bowler*
LEVER 8B Totten Da.. Cherrolrt 100 Maria. of tIle Wook. 111-. sad J.d .63 MERCURY
It Venice Area Residents ; ........
1 iI ,....... Duncan Cherrolet. 4171 Duncan "' 4Dr. Sedan p.s. MH. WSW V..1. $1195
Chermlet lOB fllacklai. '
R.frlaa-
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IP ELECT LESTER PIERSON YOUR FIRST REPUBLICAN at rhevrolet...., INS 17-1. : SUnrllnn Welfare' Martlnlrbiff.- Duncan r ,,-

191 l'' 17-11 ; Venlo Motor, It-IS. Harriett LEVER 20A
TAX COLLECTOR nanrlrlx. 1.1I Rettye T...: IfM; Batty CCAlEr!
1' r Wyckoff. 1M| Jo T._.... 171; DEMO."BOB" Bill Ford PORO
Phillips
Merita Slmamt*, 170; Pat ....,.itt,
I HELP BREAK THE 20 YEAR ONE-PARTY DOMINATION 1 1". BECKER
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G. M. (Gus) John T.Graham. Millard 'Jack'Knuckles Robert W.' William 'Bill1Stuart Lester H. 'Les' Robert H.

Zfnn Pierson StahlschmldtIncumbent
Nelson Well qualified for this responsible .
office 30 :yean in law Serving his fourth :year as Prosecutor Serving
t Native of Ulloins West Point You r incumbent Sarasota enforcement. Presently South Deputy Clerk. Has the knowledge Incumbent and unopposed All Serving fourth :year as Deputy fourth :year 37 years of
graduate Decorated WWII County Judge. Has brought County Constable. Formerly and experience necessary Snrasotans can be Justly : Tax Assessor to William age Family man. Veteran
t officer, Former County Commissioner dignity I efficiency and econof Detroit, Michigan Family In this important office proud of the fine Job done Stuart Will bring efficiency WWII Gradual of Indiana
and Florida Legislator omy of operation to the County man. Active in youth programs Graduate Stetson University: by eiT Assessor, Realand economy of operation to University School of Law,
i Active In Civic Organizations and Juvenile Courts Dec and civic organizations B.S. in Business Admin. Family dent of Sarasota for 17 :years this office. Graduate of NorthNinth year ai practicing attorney
r and the Republican orated WWII USAF pilot. 43 Has the ability and man. Your guarantee of Born in Cleveland, Ohio 1918. western University. B.S. Degree Filed more than 10,.
Party An experienced legislator years old. Family man Civic know-how necessary to do the continued efficiency of the Family man Civic minded. Experienced In IBM 000 cases Outstanding con
and a true Conservative. leader. Native Floridian job. Clerk office. A credit to our County. data processing management. viction record


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SUPERVISOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
i OF REGISTRATION Bruce M. Leslie C. Robert M. Herbert P. Harry
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Mary J. Orr Crissy Miller WrightFounder Field Frazee Hansgen

Successful business back. and owner of several Present Chairman of Sarasota
I Experienced and qualified. ground. Practical, conserva. A man with the experience successful businesses Born Board of Public Instruction Born Akron, Ohio 1919. Attended
Serving past four :years as tive with exceptional manage and know-how needed in this in Canada. Former resident Born Chicago, Illinois University of Akron Your county surveyor for the
Deputy Supervisor of Registration ment ability. Graduate Ly important office. Real Estate of Detroit, Michigan Chair 1912 Attended University of WWII veteran. Married. Sev- past four :years Has saved
Understands and coming College, Williams- Developer, Sub Divisions Airports man of the Board of R. M. Chicago. Developer and builden children. Operates local the county and the people of
knows how to continue the port Pa B.A. Degree Fam and manufacturer of Wright Company. President er. Owns outstanding local l life: Insurance business. Dedi. Sarasota considerable ex.
efficiency of this office. HualIy man. Active in local civic aircraft products. Raised Diffly Wright Corp, Venice beach resort. Married three cated Conservative concerned pense and time by thorough.
band Ernest Orr, Disabled organizations Well equipped Des Moines Iowa Married. Florida. Attended University sons Active in local organ!. with sound educational principles knowledge and 25 :years experience
WWII veteran. for this.. important task 10-year resident Sarasota. of Buffalo' N Y. zations in this. field

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SARASOTA COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD D
"I I : District 1 (North County) District 2 (South County) District 1 (North County) District t (South County) Kenneth D.
j E. S. 'Bill'Raymond Gilbert N.
I George Russ Walter H. Arnold J. Lota
I ''F I BrumbaughAn Parker:
os er Gates
Caiger Funk
Electrical Engineer
1 i Incumbent and unopposed. Has served the South County Extensive experience in ad Native Birmingham, Mlchl Ken Brumbaugh, served Mundy continua
I Has served as Justice of as Justice of the Peace ministration. Air Police and gan. Graduate Detroit pofive Electric In-
years as Retired Brigadier General Formerly of Venice, Flor- add wealth of business
I the Peace for 12 years Well for past two :years, Out- Court Martial procedures lice Training School. Sound and Director to a to
''ji spector Building Arnold J. Funk, a hero of Ida, Lota Mundy Is a talent and banking knowledge
t I known for his mature 'udge standing' record of efficient qualify this capable man for background in law enforce. of Sarasota County Theservices the Bataan Death March ed member of the Florida the Hospital Board. He V
ment and the efficient operation Impartial operation of this this important job. USAF ment USAF veteran. Active of
, a trained engineer has served for 10 years on West Coast Symphony Or- the Chairman of the Boardof
1 of his office. Native office Fght years on Venice veteran Commander of CaIn youth work. American
: will be invaluable in the Hospital Board He is rhestra. She has served on National Bank ofSarasota.
of Married. City Council, four times data Civil Air Patrol Mar Legion A well the
qualified maintenance
I supervising plant the present Chairman. the Hospital Board since .
j I f ThreechlldrInden. President. rled. Two children man for an Important Job 19S2

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p ENGLEWOOD The regular I Mobile Home Owners Can Save Insurance 'I .
twice-a-month meeting of $$$ With New Mobile Homeowners 1
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Lemon Bay Post Unit 276,
,. w aa American Legion Auxiliary, Package Policy Exclusive with I I
o ta I will be held Monday night Edge-Van Orsdale Agency Ij
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On the agenda will be the $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils on Coach (No deductible ron '
appointment of Armistice Day wind or hail) I
and rummage sale committees .. $ 1,200 On Contents (Includes theft at no additional I III
reports on membership.PTA COlt) .j
aid group and rehablli $ 400 Additional ''I' .
tation and joy shop Living Expente "
President Coulon urges the $10000 Personal Liability I 4
member. to make a special $ 250 Medical Peymenti, PLUS other extensions of I""
-effort to attend and assist in coverage too numerous to mention .\
I-planning activities the Fall and Winter $5700 per year In city or adjoining park Slightly I'' I
higher outside of lire .
At the conclusion of the protection.AGENCY }
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,! 7N,,.a r l :Mrs. Clayton Rhodes vice. ,
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Pt E. Herdman I ,
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LEWOOD'S FISHATHON for young Back row: John Stanford, 13, '((4 oz. flounder loss of memory for I
'rt, last Saturday at the fishing pier, ); Steve Shook, 13, ((9>/. oz sting ray), --- ---- ........ hours or days at a time. r p
,n unqualified success bated on the miim end Charles Shook, 17, ((5/ ex, sugar trout THIS BEAUTY, an 18-Ib. redfuh, Wit landed Thursday mornIng 'j
shown by the participanti. Some of and 5/2 oz. grunt). Th. event was sponsored by Mn Opal Willard of the Venice Municipal Trailer
winners, with their prizes, are (front, by the Recreation Council with Dr George Park Mrs. Willard, shown here proudly displaying her catch, INTRODUCING the exciting new I ji
|"I| Dave Bullock, (10, ((91/4 oz : Suddaby, Englewood veterinarian, a* chair used I 12-Ib. test line and shrimp for bait while casting In
lei Ward, 8, (l3 Sitl Stephenson, 10, ((6% oz. Ii' "
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CANDIDATE UNEXPECTED VISITOR at the Englewood lowing a short vacation on Englewood Beachhe
Boy's end Girls' Fishathon last Saturday was will resume filming a new episode In "A NEW HOME TRULY WORTHY OF
County Commissioner! television star, Luke Halpm Young Luke, 17, Nassau, Bahamas Halpm It shown above with I
shares top-billing with an educated porpoiseIn several Fithathon entries.. YOUR IMMEDIATE INSPECTION"
(District 5)) the popular new TV series, "Flipper." Fol

i''s not how much money you spend Mis.[ :; Summers -

ut HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET for To Make Talk

['hat you do spend! ENGLEWOOD Planning I
and planting gardens with annuals VOTE NOV.
will be the subject pre. f BOB ZINN I
sented to the Lemon Bay FOR 3rd
ET'SVOTE Garden Club by Mrs Annie
Ruth Summers of Laurel at
its meeting Monday at 10 a,
m. at St David' Episcopal
CONFUSION AWAYstF -... Church Mrs. Frank Gibbs, :i '
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program
members to note the morning Over Four Yearsixperience
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EL r NOV. 3 time previously Hostesses impossible.meeting announced listed for are evening the Mrs November , i

I Jacob Fitting chairman; {
Mrs Raymond Klssack, Mrs
Paid Political Adv.) '
( Phillip Wagner and Mrs
Alexander LinnGOP. As Deputy in the office he now seeks qualifies Bob

Zinn to capably fill the highly technical position of't' j

Clerk of Circuit Court. i' '

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CANDIDATE ered, without controversy. Plans for facilities for 3' t

JUSTICE of the PEACE South County and the use of new methods now being ,' / j 1
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'Bill i I" Ileymond I. THAT Bill Ileymond'i cont"ct Justice of the Pace' REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE "
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day, No3:I at 2 p.m at the (The GONDOLIER Venfc*. PU, tturi; Ocf. 2*. 1964.14selmet 1
i N CBy home of Mr*. Robert Innes,
N P C Personals --- -- -

J W S 254 Circle Jordan No.St.2 will meet on i en Talbot Street returned a, week with them here.

MARGUERITE PE rPaan., Wednesday, Nov. 4 at :S p.m. Mrs. Gordon H. Blend of 111 home after an extended I '
at the home of Mrs William fog Dorothy Ave enjoyed an --o- vacation with relatives ,
World! War I meet 'an I Hanaelman, 237 Talbot St exciting week In Miami with Miss Ann Hardwlck recently and friends "back home in Mr and Mrs. Spencer Rlley I I
Lacks 2743, will interesting day planned Circle No. 3 meets on Tuesday her ion and his wife, Mr. and returned from Indiana They spent thesummer on Durango Avenue are back I '
buriday afternoon Wachee for the Bus Trip to Weeki Nov. 10 ..t the home of Mrs Richard F. Blend, who vacation back in a her summer home at Wall Lake, Or 1 home after spending the sura-\ '
t'clock at the Springs on Monday Mr. Harold Au, 133 Merril art vacating from North lend Ind Their daughter and
state of Wisconsin. their children
Nov. 18. mer visiting
Roundtrip fare and her husband, Mr. and Mri I
Center. St. at :2 p.m. Canton, Ohio Mri. Blend
admission to the show is $5.BO -a- Robert Larimer have returned and grandchildren In Wiscon
drove down to Lauder-
Circle Ft.
Veterans will No. 4 meets the following
nHcatlon The of new fla, per person be' made All reservationsmust by Nov S. day, Wednesday Nov dale early last week to join Mr. and Mr. William Han. to Indiana after spending, sin.----_ _' __ __ !\ I
I illation of officers and Contact Mr:John Boyle, 426- 11, at S: p.m. at the Church, I her family In a deep sea tIdl
.. ton of new buddies. 1522, for reservation. 111 N. Biscayne Drive. log trip and caught the prize
hatter, department : -o-- The Circles are all making fish, a 49 pound wahoo. She
'ice-Commander from plans for the church's will receive a citation for her LILBURN S.Bullington. CHOOSE '
The South County Epiphany!: ;, Jr
Thanksgiving Dinner to be catch. If It remains the largest
the installing
will be '
o Guild met last Monday, at held on Nov. 25, from to wahoo catch at the end
I 2 S WISELY i I'' ,
r. ; the mlaslon building
))1)1I)1Ie Warm
p.m. at the Community Cen of the Mason, she will re I
Mineral .
Other officers to Springs.Monalgnor ter. celve 'a trophy. Pull Lever
his meeting will include ; George Cunv -o- : J
9A
wryer, national : mings, Catholic Church of The Volunteer Fire Department -o- i
ronsultant; Lloyd the Epiphany in Venice, at was called upon last Mr. and Mrs Joe Fox on
Florida department tended. Thursday afternoon to help Malaluka Road recently entertained Supervisor of RegistrationCollege "
Hinder; Albert Guest extinguish brush as houaeguests, Mr. h '
speakers were MrsLester a fire in Graduate a High School Teacher
ice commander; Saphler,- president of Section 29, South Sarasota and Mn Fred Herold from
,t ellert, chief of staff; the League of Women Voters County. The firemen responded Maywood, N. J. They all enjoyed 1C Years U. S. Department! of Commerce vY;' DemocraticBureau
,ej Mime, chief of of Sarasota. and Mrs. Gordon to the fire siren at :I p.m. boating In the Myakka ( of The Census-Statistics) Nominee" .
I
:ion, William Frampton..Ido"v" Holme who addressed the and battled the blue until River. PROVEN RECORD OF EFFICIENCY AND +. '' '"
Aj t chief of staff; group on the subject: of re- 4.30: pm. before it was -o-
MiUigan, Third District Mr. and Mn. Victor ECONOMY
apportionment. Hri Saphier brought under control. Volunteer -
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coder; and Arthur spoke on the proposed 13 Firemen respondingwere Striegel on Pan American Ii 1 I
'My AIm Is To Make ThIs Office Non-Parf/son/ In Operation'Pd
union -: amendment and the' responsibility Matthews, LaFleur. Boulevard made a hurried
Jutrict Three. : I of voting. Rauch, Dukeshlre, Sendker, trip back to Kansas City, otter
for by-State & Co. Demo. Exec Comm. John O'Blnns, Campaign Treas. '
The Rev. Charles The ladies made plans fora Lt. Palm and Chief Henriksen. receiving word that Mrs
I ;on. pastor of the First White Elephant Sale to be Strlegel'i mother was very.
ust Church of North held at the mission buildingon
rhirlolte will offer Nov. 7.Refreshmenta. 3 .II'
hi dedication of flags. were servedat :
h. Veterans of Foreign the close of the meeting by t
and the American Legion Mrs. Anton Worth general
chairman, of the hospitality
have representatives at r
committee and those assisting
neeting. The service her were Mrs. Walter KEEPtfeftfLOTOSTOrflym'V1 ;
nil also attend the Gosman, Mri John Boyle I
-- and Mr. Fred Maguire. Ii i
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ELECT Members of the Boat Clubof IJ
North Port Charlotte gathered
COUNTY tor a covered dish supper J
DEMOCRATNov. preceding the regular
Srd. 1M4 I business meeting at 7:30 p. wa I
e I M ML ado br >Wr. .... m. last Thursday at the Community
The Civic Association has Center. i it
Fifty member attended N' if
and plan were made for an
early morning Boat-a-cade to f
the Seahorse Marine Restaurant ro ,
VOTE FOR in Charlotte Harbor for ifl* t
,] brunch, this Saturday.
Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd Keen I:
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and Mrs Eric Lauren were 'I
THE BEST ON THE HOSPITAL BOARD Introduced a* new members 1" '1 iFlorida's

Ie Ie'e I will The be next on Thursday regular,meeting Nov. 19(

'II YOUTH at 7 Center.:30 p.m. at the Community Success Story is No Accident! ti'

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EXPERIENCELEVER The University Club will
hold its first fall meeting on
19ADEMOCRATIC Wednesday, Nov. 4. at 7:30: 8th largest state In the nation !4t!
c l .
p m at the Community Cen

ter.The reading of the bylawsand Industry is at an all time high !

election ot officers will !
c be held. 45 State Parks now in operation. y 1
Those serving on the by
laws committee are Mrs. Space and Moon-Shot Program CenterAn
I Lawrence Finley, Mr. Wil-
lard Picken and Mr. John accelerated program for education
MaeCoshamchairman.
If you have any questionsconcerning I standard of In
F qualifications for Highest living history .4 1
Joining the University
u please call Mrs. MacCosham Club- Tourism booming with 15 million visitors annually Meg ,

426-1275. I
-0- Inland waterways and harbors improved by 5 millio n dollars /=
Thirty-five members" and 1
guest revered attended dish the upper first regular at- Veterans hospitals Increased by 47 million dollars in 64 'ic' {,

St.Church Nathaniel', last Sunday. Episcopal at the Agri-business has a consumer value in excess of three billion dollars'

CANDIDATE Community Present were Center.Vicar Robert Record building program for highways expressways and Interstate highways '

W. Turner, Mr. Turner and
Alvin CeWILHELM other member of the family 1 1FLORIDA'SI964
Vicar Turner poke on the
meaning of St Luke's Day
and asked for a considerationof FEDERAL TAXES WERE 51,570,000,000 ;
a practical application to
local service in the form of
a
FORHOSPITAL for clinic the or community.The other health. service 1 1964 FEDERAL, EXPENDITURES IN FLORIDA WERE

first! fall meeting of the
BOARD Episcopal Church Women of 53.338,000.000
the St. Nathaniel's Church
met at the home of Mrs Dorothy
SARASOTA BORN. Orthweln on Angle

FORMER VICE-PRESIDENT, FLORIDA Place. Mr*.Harold Wood of
Warm Mineral Springs is
NURSING HOME ASSN. president. of the Church Women I

MEMBER OF STATE WELFARE BOARD, -- Florida's development as the fastest growing large state requires a partnership with the Government I
The Men'* Garden Club
DISTRICT, met last. Tuesday evening, -through new roads, schools, public expenditures-to keep pace with the needs and demands of the Ij
Oct. 20 for their regular
TREASURER SARASOTA COUNTY monthly meeting at the Com
kind of growth never before experienced by any State.
munity Center. ,
,
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMM.
Mr. Ed Pastorlus assistant "
county agent from Sarasota, There are men and women behind the Florida Story who played an important role in its success. They i iprovided
BUSINESS MANAGER WILHELM'SNURSING ;
was guest speaker. I i
HOME, 7 YEARS. Tuesday The next Nov.meeting 17 at will 7:30:be on p. the leadership to get the job done. These leaders have been traditionally elected by the) ,4; Jr:

ALVIN C. WILHELMPaid m., at the Community- Center. people, from the ranks of the Democratic candidates. \, II
The four Circle of the ''I
First Presbyterian: Church ':.
of North Port Charlotte will ,
Political Ad I meet a* follows: f
r Circle No. I meets TuesS1" Go to the polls Tuesday and vote for Lyn don B. Johnson for President-Spessord ', '

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L Holland for United States Senator-Haydon Burns for Governor-then Vote

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20 The GONDOLIER, Venice, FU., Thar, Oct. _J9, 1744 I r T
DeadlineNeat ENGLEWOOD American The committee of
Legionnaires will initiate ments includes Charles arrange
' Venice East for a gala Community Yale, chairman *
., plans ; Cha
1alt
On GI Courses r ,? t 1 a Veterans' Day celebration at Louie D. Sheppard, Clark Ea
the regular bimonthly session cles, Whiteford Barkley, c
By SALLY STVBBSr Bay Post Mon HKglnbotham p
:ST. PETERSBURG The of Lemon William Ii
1 Mrs. Handley Sibley of 110 Frlgidalre Corp. there for 39 last semester of college or day night.A Schultz Jay Fitting will.( ,;,
i Venice East Blvd., entertained years. They had many many vocational school training report on the tentative E.Tames Herdman, John While
at a birthday party for her friends to see there. Their under the Korean GI Bill, gets; arrangements for the day'sactivities Fox. '
daughter Janey last week. As son-in-law, Harold Faslg is underway this month, M. T. will be submitted by The auxiliary reprwent.
Janey says, she is "five times also connected with Frigid.Idalre Dixon, Director of the Flor. Legionnaire Charles E. Yale
old." Games were planned for plans in Dayton he Is ida Department of Veterans director of the program .
the guests but a gift Janey employee information and Affairs said today. will celebrate the
. had received proved to be recreation for all of the Frlg When the semester ends In which terminated the .
the entertainment for the idalre plans in Daton he is Jan. 1965, It will mark the War.
i party. It was a real little I a busy young man. Frank end also of The Education .; YMM+ 9,1 '
i F girls sewing machine and it Starr, a regular golfer at the and Training Program for ,
was so popular with the little Venice East golf course, played Korean Conflict veterans RE-ELECT
: guests that Papa Hank had to many of the courses in and which was launched July 16, ', '
repair a few mechanisms after around the Dayton area. In 1952. MASEL C.
I the party. Venice East Akron they made their head Dixon laid that more than ,''t'tr
children: present were Karen quarters with Mrs. Starr's 2,300,000 veterans have taken
1. Schultz, Lisa Ryan. Marie I I II sister Mrs. Mabel Wilson, and advantage of the program. '
I McAtee and Patty and Lorrie then commuted several timesa The deadline date of Jan. to HUSTONDemocratic
Ryan. I week to Cleveland to see 31, 1963 will apply to both ravf of '' G MIn
I their granddaughter and her Korean Conflict veterans already ..
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''i'0 I family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron embarked on their
: Mr. and Mrs Frank Starr aid Straka, little Mary Sde courses of study and to those ForSarasota
( :i have returned to their Pad- and Robert. In Cincinnati who( will start classes for the
dington Road home after visiting house first time this
they were guests of Mr.Starr's past Septem
,
their many relatives in sister Mrs. Ruth Shel
Ohio. The Starrs formerly ber.The veteran continuein J Commissioner
by. They report great chang may
from Dayton, Ohio, went there es In their old locale, mostly school after that date, but
first and stayed with their the growth of new suburbs, he will no( longer receive an District 5
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. fast traffic and superhighways allowance from the VA each
t and Mrs. Harold Fasig. Both and that you just betterbe month to meet part of his F :, SERVING ALL
i. I i Mildred and Frank Starr in the right lane when you training and living expenses M
j were born and raised in Dayton want to get off of one of Dixon said k .g w +s TAXPAYERS OF
i and Mr. Starr was with them. Sounds like they are Dixon further pointed out 101 -. *
glad to be motoring in the that for those Korean Conflict
WINNERS Sheriff Ron Boyer prize for girl. Receiving! his trophy from unable/
Venice area again. veterans who suffered disabilities BIKE RODEO P.S.1 I em !
: -0- which have been adjudicated award special trophies In the annual Sheriff's Sheriff Boyer I Ts Gary Imhoff, second prize Wore November
I service connected, Safety Club Bicycle Rodeo to the top winners for boys, with Garry Capasio, third place outy saving you
Dr. and Mrs. James E. > separate program of rehabilitation of the event. Winners kneeling, left to boys winner. Top prize winner for the girls, i/oner./
i Montgomery spent a week in will continue to be right, are James Imhoff, first price winner Barbara Thompson, was not present for the
1 fSEUEYtIhIEDll1M8Ui0tg Auburndale, visiting a friend, carried on, and that there is third winner award .
a, 6CIENCE. no deadline date for this pro- for the boyi; Susan Miller, prize cer.mony.r Paid
: Mrs Ben Medley Mrs. Hed- gram. for the girls, and Pamela Boudreau, second
I PLACE tURFUtgwA11U ley and the late Mr. Hedley r-- --

+ Montgomery have visited here many with times.the Cactus: Juice? It's Out Of Season"I I '

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neighbors in their former told the customer that r
home 1 in Michigan, we didn't have any Cactus NOT RfM T -
I Juice . that even though f7O WORK TO
its Specialty of the House,
II I WATCH FOR. It's a out of season!" apnea t TAKEN FROM !

B H However there are many fiA ya htlfUpY pY dMl
2-CLOSE !
I ? other delicacies on a special
souvenir menu that would LAW
IiiiS1J G E certainly delight the palateof 1'
AT VSC E the most Jaded gourmet. : 3-TO FURTHER
There Is "Octupus as Gratin
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with apple in Mouth" (for 20)) \ f 4-TO KEEP

at only $350 "per twenty" CENTRALLY
There Is mermaid on the Half FF
r Shell (for one) at $565 per Ir:j- 5-TO WORK
the serving and there is a delicious > S. YOUNG
Accept beef sandwich -
hot roast ,bb ,
served on soft or hard v THEIR
y, ktQ ; kfcuuL Kummelwek roll for only 50
.p9i cents. M -I *

The name of the new restaurant
of our on West Venice Ave r IAt rasd ea: When it comes to getting things done,
: nue is Buffalo Bill's Snack
FULL-SCALE SERVICE BANK! Bar & Delicatessen. The official 1 the energy of youth exerted in the right

opening was last Thurs- aCr I have the ability and desire to serve the
day and the owners are Julie
end Bob "Buffalo Bill" Stein- I earnestly solicit your vote and

wachs, two happy and enhusiastlc affiliation.

i new residents of manager of a grocery store I ed hot homemade donuts at
I Venice.
t : t .Jp Bob and Julie moved here In East Aurora where three 6 a.m. and from there on the VOTE FOR
brothers started in a tiny Steinwachs took over and for
recently from East Aurora,
building to manufacture parts 35 minutes out of every three
N. Y., a suburb of Buffalo.
According to Julie, the Stein- for Geiger systems for missiles shifts were certainly the most
The business mushroomed patronized people in East PAUL
wachs had been "exploring
Florida" for the past five almost overnight into Aurora. year'u
I 1,500 employees and three
years. shifts of workers. The 35 min. What Bob learned from his
"We were anxious to move ute dinner period did not allow experience was that if you CONSTABLE District #2 ( )
down here and establish our give people good food, well
the employees to eat out
FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS ON
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selves in business, Julie ex- into the cooked and well seasoned . .
but would run
I plained, "So for five years we they store and buy odds food that had a real home Paid for by the State Democratic Executive Committee
spent our vacations going up grocery and ends of prepared pastry, made taste you have happy rich, chairman and the Sarasota County :
and down both coasts and
and devoted customers
Meeting the costs of is
new parenthood etc.Then
state looking for
crossing the
one day in 1954 Bob There are several shelves
one of many purposes for which banks like what we considered just the and Julie decided to try offer. of groceries for what Julie
ours make low-cost personal loans right spot. Strangely enough ing some hot food , dishes tolls "impulsive buying."
i promptly, without red tape, and with repayment our first Florida vacation was that were very simple, quick. There are a variety of soups
I arranged in instalments from spent here in Venice but as ly eaten and inexpensive, and canned goods and delicacies
I much loved it, we
as we I
homemade soups . a plateof that will add momentum '
regular income. If you can use credit for wanted to look around . sauerkraut and sausage, to their delicatessen'

I 1 any sound personal reason, before you decide well, obviously Venice won no trimmings. counter which will be a big
not only our affections but It immediate feature for homemade salads,
suc
l on any plan, get details on ours I Ij confidence was an
our as
a
progressive cess. sausages and numerous other
community. Then the day-shift request- items.
i "It's the moat beautiful lit.
I the iiy'iv "ever-seen!i-; she
I nap M"MI, j Y mat, lama added.
Most chefs have been practicing -
FIRST AATIOAAI BARN
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