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: November 2, 1964
 Subjects
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: VID00247
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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F Driveindup Predicts Hasson Early Voter Turnout ton- iI:' .









\y ate, hard- +I UpsurgeState Representative John Urged For Tuesday 11 j\' "I f;,,




[tesglvlng V. (Jack) Hasson wound up
I date his campaign for re-election
.
hi Saturday with a tour through I
to raise the Venice area and the statement
that he the Sarasota County election
expects
thing l South County to experience a officials today urged an ear _
plate ly turnout at the polls on
e, tremendous upsurge of Election Day so the largest
| possible number of voters
| ut down "It is up to us to make have
may an opportunity to _
tor
dinner certain that this growth is cast their ballots. +
I.
|edge controlled so that it becomes .
"Try to Impress on the people ,
our constructive progress rather ," said Deputy Supervisorof ,
,nt than uncontrolled sprawl," Registration Mary J. Orr,
[ th an Hasson saidHanson "that the lines on Tuesday
1, he I added it will be necessary won't get any shorter, the "
t that for Sarasota County to longer they wait to go and 't'
set the redouble its efforts in the vote." $
i low I field' of conservation and protection And to help the cause In
believe the South County, both l'
of our natural resources panties
"pointment "Our shoreline and and at least one automobile
i ai bay bottoms agency will provide
must be protected -
nt transportation to the polls
against promiscuous commercial
division l during the entire 12.hour per ]
filling, he said.
ng of top iod they are open between 7a.m.
fve, major natural"Without this care all of our and 7pm. ; ,
beauty will be disilpated -
To Furnish
Can
e stage ."
f the Mrs. Margaret Busbey,
erg those _ He emphasized that Sara- president of the. '-Venlce-Noko-.!!! : I'I

?ing,I E.E.Bruin H. ) home County sota County rule Commission law now to enable needs to properly the a /sTAJsTheWayToRun V 4 J ;" I ,


,iin( i afforded administer residents the of services unincorporated An Election? ''t 1

of areas. He said
flee and that his program also encom- In the Nokomis precinct
rings there are some Z,500 registered
has been passed establishment of a voters and five voting
Development"w
for the countywide legislative advis- machines for their use
In last Development"t ory council In Tuesday's election
"Citizens representing all The law provides that a
nan of of parties and all parts of the voter can stay a maximum f' u / e
Division.natlv. start county will be asked to serve of five minutes In the vot-
of on a non-partisan basis," he Inr booth.
ended crop said. The ballot Is as long as
]nnitt and ( ) ,gen Hasston predicted construction from here to there, with IS
here In .. The of the inter-coastal waterway amendments and 66 I
.. of through Venice, the names, from President on 1 1
ELECTION PORTRAITS of the two done John Henne and President '
Continued. time (Continued on pare t) down.If presidential portrait was by
each voter spent the candidate were made especially for Johnson's by David Higel and Gordon
five-minute maximum In The GONDOLIER in the Venice High Schoolart Struble. I I
WEEK the booth only 720 voters classes of Mrs Carol Dunn. Goldwater's
could vote within the 12
hours the polls are supposed 2L iE I

I : ; to be open from 1 am : 1
to 7 p.m.With .

Appear turnout,only there a SO still per wouldbe cent Johnson Leads 'Straw' :

a Ions line waiting to
vote at the 7 p.m. closing I I
time. ,
[etry' at the Pat Valdo The program was ': '\ /
business Mayor arranged by Miss Sarah Ri- Vote At High School ;
I Rock- I shel!, VES librarian mis Republican Women's
i test
living Dorothy Phillips is president of Club, announced that both ,

before ( and South Sarasota. County, Committee 1 the_"_ CoOP and Cnlriwfltfti__._n__..* heed_ I
first time of 100, Rohlwing is quarters will be open from By NORMA OWEN Johnson and Senator Goldwater whether the voter would register I
i Venice Venice Area Chamber of I 7 a.m to 7 p,m. Tuesday to Venice High Senior A write-in space was provided as a Democrat or a Republican 1
>ol I Commerce head and E. S, provide transportation to the Venice High School students The grade and sex of Many chose to be : "
pm. (Bill) Raymond is Venice polls. The telephone numbersfor cast 291 votes for Presi- the individual was also listed. Independent I 1
ke occasion City Council president persons In need of transportation dent Johnson and 214 votes Opinions were asked on such The classes and the students II ,
of Rockwood Bullard is president are 488-3347 and for Senator Goldwater In a Issues as the Civil RightsBill eel( that the vote was v\ : Week, of Friends of the Library 488.2792. straw vote sponsored Thurs- the Electoral College, valid and fair The entire stu-
ay, and and Mrs. Lantz is Venice Likewise, Venice area day by the Senior Social Stu- the reapportionment ruling, dentbody should be proud li"j', '
melt Kelly Area librarian Miss Rum members of the Sarasota dies Classes and the Anti-Poverty bill that they can express their ,I'
speaking baugh Is head of the VES County Democratic Execu- The President received 55.S The voters were asked to political views in such a "
and lover Student Council and Pat Val tive Committee have arranged per vote and the give the state where they sound manner. In four short '
Iran do is production manager of for similar service. Mrs Senator t4g.f8 per cent There were born and the state of years, many of these young
' talk on Tampa Rlngllng Bros Barnum and George F. Gibbs Jr., Demo- were 22 write-Ins for other longest residence. Spaces people will be voters It is '
Meant To trials Bailey Circus who first hired (Continued In page 5)) choices were provided for marking not too early to prepare. I Ii'
Kelly as a clown in 1921. They
"Read! Larry McLaren, Social Studies
Palm for of (Continued on page 2) the
ant and of .- -.. ,. ..'" ""' ,....... Luptak Heads voting teacher, supervised '
into a four-cup win, includingI' 344 Glen Oak Road All three Party Preferences VG Rec Directors I
FW
became interested in obedi- The voting was broken
ence training two years ago down by party preferences. f I
when they moved their two- Osprey Cof C Democratic party boosters ; ,
German Shepard,
year-old Teca, Into the area and found OSPREY-A group of! 30 men and cast 37 232 for votes Goldwater.for Johnson The Firing Protested I 1
'
that required close a neighborhood trained dog.living attended the first meeting ofthe Republicans gave 39 votes ,
newly organized Osprey for the President and 160 for i
They acquired Gypsy, regIstered Chamber of Commerce Tues
Voting
under the name of day and elected Bill Luptak Senator Goldwater. ticket, I The firing of Bill Kelley as and refused to discuss the issue
under Independent
.,1 Midnight Magnl of V Hay- an Venice Gardens recreation dt with association members
temporary president 20 students chose Johnson
'' ' ' in June and Cathy 'rector drew vociferous protests .I
'I\ ) 1 "' 'I mount, Tom Fitzpatrick' of Sarasota while 16 selected Goldwater.
from an estimated 100 Later, however, he agreedto
has worked with her shortlyover
Chamber of Commerce
candidates, the
: For the two of the subdivision's with committee .
members
months. meet a selected
: ;i She two said she only expected spoke on "Formation "of a male portion of the student- recreation association Friday by the protesters, i
\ : of
{, : : -really, hoped-to qualifyand Chamber Commerce. body and the female portionwere morning headed by Ernest Mantel
the bylaws
Ii't The accepted divided. '
., ,, was as shocked and delighted group equally Irate members protested and George Kling as spokesmen 4 'y
"'1'i/ /" "..,.;,, as the other mem- as submitted bjj that Voting by classes was also K Uey's alleged summary Other members of the i1
", [.' ( bers of the Sarasota Obedience committee and named a nom tabulated. The sophomore dismissal on Thursday by committee Include George i
,/ :.; ': 196 votes, the Jun-
bating committee to present class cast
'il't' ,, i Training Club at the subdivision Vice President Volney, Harris Osborne. Martin
. slate of officer at the next lore turned in 208 votes and
,. : a
The
.," across-the-board win. The John E. Porte protesters Robinson, Mrs. Harold
'\' ,; Sarasota club has two consecutive meeting. Date and place of he: seniors submitted 183. armed with placards deploring Johnson and Mrs Franklin .
(I the meeting will be announced Appearing on the ballot .
f.- wins now and will keep Kelley's discharge, In. Leet
\ EMMETT KELLY later. were the names of President 1
2)
(Continued on page vaded the Venice Gardens Collett said Mantell reported I ;
.1\. ", ,' \; sales office, reportedly sendIng after the meeting with I tf
; Porte Into seclusion in Porte that Kelley was discharged '
Y his private offices. for failing to follow I I I
: Teen Haven Election Set Nov. 121 Holding the placards aloft orders and for receiving and

for pictures by newsmen, the depositing moneys in a bank t,
crowd chanted 'We want account in the name of the I ii
I include Ing, including the teenagers Kelley, we want Kelley Recreation Center and pay- '
The annual election of the two for two-year terms, one Current board members
,:; : Teen Haven adult board of directors for a three-year term and the Jack Knuckles, E. S. themselves, will be eligible to Kelley reportedly was fired ing bills without authorization I I ] ,,
i will be held Thursday, remaining seven also for two Raymond, Police Chief and vote in the annual electionfor without notice Thursday by .
) Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. in the Ven year terms Board members Mrs. John Shockey, Ken new board members developer Porte Oliver Col- The developer also reportedly
Ice Airport youth center. previously have served one Breeding, Blanche V. Celll, Mrs. Bertha Reynolds, lett, a recreation association agreed, Collett said, to 1 '
.. The entire 12 member year term.. Maurice Aldrich Jack managing director of the spokesman, said Kelley told give a pro rata refund of duesIn j

y ,. board will be replaced at this Board Continuity Brlggs, Mrs June Grey, Mrs. youth center, announced thata him Porte called Thursdayand the Recreation Assn to Il I a
Informed him he was member it.
requesting
year's election under a revision City Judge John Blair, a any e
in the by-laws adoptedat Teen Haven director and the Mary Clancy, Sam Dillon and dance has been set for Saturday through. Ports Is further reported to I +
1 : the annual meeting Thursday board's legal advisor, recom Judge Blair. Nov, 7, with the Playboys Collett said Kelley asked have declared that Kelley t;r
night which was adjourned mended the by-law change to The annual meeting opento of Bradenton playing a for reverence pay and was definitely is out of a Job and f I '

for two week so that all give the board continuity. all parents of teenage return engagement by popular refused. that he would consider selling vY
NNING TE M and "Gypsv earn. horns Interested persons) might at Present board members will When the crowd gathered or leasing the Recreation ,
71 the Tampa Obedience Trials Show with four trophies I tend. serve on a pro tern basis for youngsters and any other In- demand 'Hours of the at the Venice Gardens office, Center to the Venice Garden 'a

TH them. In her first show, Miniature. Plnicher Gypsy, Two new directors will beelected the next two weeks until the terested persons All who dance are from 7:30 to 11:30: according to Collett, Porte, Homeowners Assn provld- j$

' best k allow pyeg M otfa* dogs toe 0M-ytar term, new board .is elected appear at the annual meet- 11m,. retired to his private offices i! ((Continued! oa page I) r! ,

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f GONDOLIER V.n1c., Fl. Sun. I TINY POOCH EMMETT KELLY I Air FnrpA Cats; & 'Trainih----0.(TIftA'..'UU1j
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I Drive WindupContinued Master Sergeant Chuck Policy tor
(Continued from page 1)) (Continued from page 1)) Recruiterfor Airman roll\
Air Force
Riley, Tb.1r4 a...
( from page 1) man needs of those less fortunate the challenge trophy if they have been close friends tine Sarasota County, announo been changed'bec'lIBe b4
vlsory capacity by Bendix who win next year. that tim. ed the Air Forty has reduced new program, ell
are helped J'Ol'ltlelll
Aviation Corp Before that, through our nine participating Gypsy, competing against Kelly 1* author of the auto- its basic training from eightweeks men received their'.tripe
; he was draftsman with the 88 other dogs scored 195 H "Clown, My LifeIn to six after eight
t .ViFAN- a agencies biography were
: points out of a possible 200 single phase trainIng service
Smiles He The new now they
and
: s Lima-Hamilton Machine Tool United Fund campaign Tatters wW
In addition her best In
to does not mean e their
Co. He served 3ft years in chairman William C. Payne show which stands has appeared In two motion program promotion et the
trophy, in overall military pletlnn of
i :! ., w"ws y \ the U. Navy during World War lookout urged resident for to be on the twice her height, she won the picture Everglades'films, "Wind and Across"Fat training reduction as more emphasiswill training. the six weeks

I \ Active in civic affairs he cy Mailing"many appeals new that'Mer-will first! in Novice B (professional Man" and in the TV film, I be placed on the essential For further 1nt0l'tllatq
handlers) and first in toy; this
skills and knowledge requiredIn new
serves on the budget and fl. be put in the mails: over the 'Captain from Keopenlck" program1Sergeant '
dog competitions
Cathy won [
I TV series "The Em- an Airman's initial duty. rtiley 'CG
weekend. the
nance committee of the and
high in the
) score trophy Junior j Pineapple
"
Chamber of Commerce, and The new batch M mail be- handler class mett Kelly Show, He has also sota, Avenue 111 Be,
at
SWEATERS c4& is active in both the Venice: ing sent out represents lettersreturned The show was open to both been a guest artist on. all VENICE GARDENS Venice or, the Post Otna,
i Senior High and Nokomis for new addressesor professional! and amateur the,major TV programsFor Continued froPl'pa,11> 9 to 11 are ThUl'lday.
PTA groups. He Is currently to be readdressed to specific handlers from throughout the the past three summers (
I H HU! box has appeared at Harrah log he could maintain a voicein
33Y3t $ chairman of the Board of numbers United States Judges were Kelly The J.panese
Trustees of the Venlce-Noko "The initial generous re- Mrs. Donald Penny and Mr. 's Casino in Lake Tahoe its operation In the Battle 10lt28
t mis Methodist Church He spouse from residents our and Mrs Milo Pearsall Peer Nev, in the Children's Recreation Meanwhile, a committeeof The Allies for Le1l4
: resides with his wife and two area to this new Mercy MailIng salt Is author of a standard Center and will fill a Venice Gardens residents lost slz.f .
'!H OFF children on Nipplno Trail in program" Payne said work on obedience training. summer engagement there began collecting funds for a
: t Nokomis.A. has been very gratifying I I I Cathy said Gypsy is 'extremely again next year. purse to be presented to the
: t tt I THIS 13 A SPECIAL Walter Johns president hope that those that will l bright and did her He Is the father of two fired father .of four in appreciation WATCH 101"BIG
; : : GROUP of United Fund of South Sara. ceive their appeals in thl.1 best day's work at this, her children, Stasis 8, and Mon. for Us) efforts on f
?
I ', Iota County Inc., today issued big weekend mailing will also first show She is also far ika 8. Both are daughter of behalf of the subdivision I"
:1 another plea to residents let the mailman be their messenger less nervous than Teca, the his second marriage at youngsters Heading the
; : ; who have received "MercyMail" of mercy In getting Smith registered German which Valdo was best man. fund-raising committee Is AT YSC
SLACKSVALUES get contributions re- their contributions returned Shepard who has won several Kelly lives with his family In Mrs Florence Geisser. ,
I to "Don't delay" he urged, ribbons In other shows, according Sarasota between engagements
: TO 10.95 turned"; as soon as possible "respond today." to Cathy She will .
Let the mailman be
your
i handle only Gypsy from now He estimates he has por- Barrett Approved Ruberotd
of he
$ messenger, mercy to the on, leaving the handling of trayed Weary Willie before ApproywHna
"and
said
; r 5 488.1620'l respond Teca to her father. Teca was
t 1t need to provide for the hu- Hasson Predicts awarded her CD (novice) hundreds millions of of children appearances Including at

( 1 'I medal for having qualified in I children wards, hospitalsand Uy(
,
; : VALUES TO IUSI Retired Chemist Area three shows under three different schools Prior to his \
I Upsurge Judges, at a Sarasota career as a clown, he was an ,'On S[s ND *
; Found Dead Club banquet last week aerialist and in addition to f
The Smiths will enter both talents, he la
$10 Continued his other a
( from
:\ : : Lewis V. Von Hoogland. 79, Page 1) dogs in the Orlando Obedience semi-professional cartoonist
H of 13 Oceola Drive, Nokomis, three new bridges in the Ven Club show today Gypsy Theme. of Children's LIbrary LESTER, DAVIS ROOFING CO.
\ : found dead in bed at his Ice area and the Venice area attempting to quality for herD JOHN C. BENNETT
: 'i +I : VALUES TO 19.95 i Wednesday at 11:45 a. road building program will : medal and Teca for her Week at Venice' Area
1 l by a friend, David Farley, spark a major developmentsurge CDX (excellent) medal Gyp.IY Free Into Public Books"Library and Mrs Is Complete Roofing Contractor
: Justice of the Peace E. In the South County. qualified the second timeIn Swing SPRAY COATINGOn
t jantz and her assistants have
1 I $15 (Bill) Raymond "We must continue to press the St. Petersburg show on I arranged a special exhibit of Tile Alberto and Built Up Roofs
: ,' South County Deputy Midi. for four. of7.. Sunday
:s Examiner Dr, Ernest lining S. 41 Next step, they all agree I.a Is favorite books, old and new Nokomis. Fla. ph. 488-57IJ
J 9 'i i i : Dacron & Wool? IBid he died of a gun to provide easy communication larger place where they can for youngsters and as. gift
i 'ti, throughout the entire suggestions to adults A story
Orion & Wool wound, which according both breed and train dogsand -
r self inflict. county, We must also exert: get horse, for hour for Venice kindergartens -
I Wool Wonted o Raymond, was. a Cathy
( every effort to start the from has been set for Friday AND
Atlanta,
\ Originally they EXQUISITE LAMPS LAMP
; Wool Glblrdin.I SHADES
:
wheels from and all
f! Farley IBid Hoogland, a re rolling for continue- moved here from Englewood. 10-11 a.m. area
'
I t \! chemist had been des ion of the interstate system Cathy is in the tenth grade st children of kindergarten age EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
,
since the death of his down the West Coast"Hasson Venice High School.Afghanistan' are Invited
,'
i 't I : I 1\\i SALE a They had is supported by .a TRADITIONALLet
:
exeje.eoiro; Barotseland which hat
: .
i Wood Sou t h County committee Is building a in style your.flvorltl
J: Beginning T .s. N Y., for seven years made up of: George E. network of modern roads to 313,000 square miles.people Is and about 44,920 half or eeramld Into beautiful) lumps vita
link Kabul with the
moving here perman Youngberg Sr., Ken Chad Khyber
three yens ago. He was wick, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Pass and other landmarks of the size of Idaho c RIW//J/: a fletry/Jnj/
: fi f: ; j 'QLht b from The Hauge, asbury, Welch 'WhlteseU, "Kipling,country" r C All Lamp Repairs

en'5 $ NetherlandsReElect. Mr Jack and Tate.Mrs.Albert George J. Gibbs Lund.: LEVER 20A------, ALLENConvalescent Work by Experienced Designers end
and
I Crefttmen
"I 'rr r wall Jr., Ray Van Orsdale,

.,, A ( 225 W. RAYMOND I. Bob nard,Johnson Earl N.Robert P, Rawles S. Bay- "BOB"DEMO.BECKER 24 Nursing Hour Hurting Home Service THE ,LAMILIGHTERSHOP! : INC.
I '
I I i"'J( { Ph. I District No 2 GOP t.v'Sam. Mrs.Herron.Adflin W. A.Bni'ardVl'llam Bram-. JUSTICE IPald iwlltlral of the ad..1 PEACE Sir Phone POND Venice DB LION 4U-270I AVE: :,14 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL : SARASOTA. FLORIDA

I I Justice of Peace ' P. Tool,, Mrs Pearl "..
'1 I "ck'nf-ts Reich E. Horton
; paid political( ad J
'. Sr and John J/ Farley



s I ,' : r' ;I A SOUND BUSINESSMAN" F "DOWNTOWN


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-- First & Finest Shopping.,



I DAZZLING SPARKLING

i CIVIC LEAGUE SAYS . gT 7 "
., A BARGAINS VALUES!

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i "A sincere, Individual with a good moral and I business>> reputation --- -- --

generally considered to be a man of good Judgment and .ttgw DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP'MANDATE

I objectivity: ; has made a sincere: effort to Inform himself of the WITH THIS COUPONBROMOSELTZER

duties and reipontibilitiei of the office; Is open-minded, and tt.I

1 appear to have the capacity: : to grow !In the fob Qualified." + ,

{ Individual foil wrap THE UNDERWEAR' .- -.. THAT SLIMS

II II'I i THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE . .1 231 W. Venice reg Ave 980.-488.6776-Medical 69c Center Btdg. 'I : I 5.95.

I .225, W.. ,Yem .'.Ave.' I Ph. 488-161-

i ; Ai I VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
(
t I AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI

Safes Service Supplies We Repair All Mates Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings

ROY Watches Silverware Jewelry
Hi B. GRAVES Stuart Merrlck Owner Witch end Jeweler Repair

235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473
I W. Venice Ave. 481-111''

!JI i i COUNTY TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. -

i COMMISSIONER 'DISTRICT 1 1L GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE.IN
MAIL BOXES & STANDSWith
I
Today thru Wednesday Today thru Tuesday.

: ,; L I DEMOCRAT LEVER 11A Block Attached "BRIDGE ON THE RIVER "CHAPMAN REPORr

I I City & Rural $7.10 up KWAI" and
,i I ; starring I "THE CHRISTINE KELLEI
\ .
l ", I ; 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 4884909 William Holden AFFAIR"
i . 'end
i . .
Onlyl)
j, Also Guineas (Adults _
.1'C; f Commissioner I I _
oun Johnson
y Warren \
t Says
; r.,
''I A er j 1 r t't r WIcom..To( / ,
"Roy Graves hei been my friend for man yean For '18 'yin he fiat VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE
ThiI I n' are operated a successful: heavy construction: business. This has given Roy .:' VENICE. $ ;SEED ..& FEED, STOREA
\ 'j'I sdmmiitrative and buiineii knowledge which: will be Important to him SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
) tr'', I I s, f 1Q I. a County Commiiiioner . Roy Greve will make I" eicellent Sara. COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER
.' rl I t r+ x IOta County Commluioner.James Typewriter. Adding Machines (Mechanically Opeatdl
r' 248 Wl Kfoml 4 B R '*+ *
'I I IIi Dial 488-3457, Chemically Cl..rd-Just $12.50-Pfus! Parts *

I I I1 JllWiVenlc. Are. I 481-111

\\1 j I I Neville Says . 'I"" MASSAGE.STEAM BATHS.COLONJRRIGATIONS 1 -

r f I 1\1't\ I. His integrity Is above reproach: . Roy Is a THE BOOKSHOP
f 't : l'''. forward "
thinking progressive young man I IIt '(ttUrter '
( ) System
I I.} ITS NATIONAL tOOK WEEK FOR CHiLDREN
1 strongly support his feelings concerning: the HOME CALLS.-REDUCING EQUIPMENT FO RENT

i II preservation of our County's natural re Hm Morx., thn!;'.:Fr|,.9'179Sat' by Appointment PERFECT ALL OCCASION GIFTS
I I sources" EVON'S'

d f R Ri \ I .If,no,:answer.I1.. 1 488-1738 .-.Dr.N ncy Seem Drew. .'Mary. Tom Poppirt Swift Series' Leudmark.. Hardy IoyI*'

{ 1 209 W. MiamFAve. Ph. 488-3847 e Walter. Farley Books
State John
i I Rep. JackI Hasson Says ef :.-

f !j. Roy Graves I It a men any State Representative would be proud to work DELICIOUS 'SANDWICHES..
with a . He 'knows Siresota County;.will work for a better county government - YOUR SALES GO
and will help' promote legislation for our county." HOT ROAST BEEF a. SOc

on KummelwekBuffalo k when you advertise/ In UP2Th.


r r "IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGEftlt Bill's Snack Bar tf Yi"" "


!, I ftlt for tr State Dmamtto ._1.. Cosunltu.' of n.*. Warm If Ooedrlch. ..._.. AM Cnaur, vhlnu+ .i Fruik t. Palrw, i., & DELICATESSEN
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The GONDOLIER Vanee} Fla. Sun. 11nv. r 1964_J

Engewood-Overbrook: GardensBy I -Masons-'-- MeetVenice I H k


ENGLEWOOD Seoul I were Tommy Hyde, Jimmle LEVER 20A '
from Englewood Troop 26 Padovano, Mike Paulk, Mike MARY E. KROUPA Raphael's. Catholic Church ka of Boynton Beach were I Lodge No 301, Free DEMO."BOB" II '
placed second with their field i Peloth, Ronnie Richardson, I Tuesday, Nov 3, at 1:30: p.m. guests of Mr and Mr. A. J. and Accepted Masons, meets Ii 'I
inhibit on physical fitness, at Brian Walker, Clark Whit- Phone 174 2550 - Kroupa on Neptune Drive ov at Masonic Tempi BECKER '

the Boss Allen Encampment comb and David Williams The Women'* Society of The girls are very good and Mrs Otto Muller will entertain er the weekend. They also m. Monday, George B,teofletiJr. I JUSTICE of' the PEACE ,
Bt Silver Springs Adult advisors were Lee Christian Service of Englewood they don't ask any help from a bridge party at her stopped to lay hello to Mr : ? worshipful master, In. 'Paid political. "Kl..> 1'1
An estimated 8,000, Boy Walker, Mike Sevan, Don Methodist Church will anyone After the entertainment home on Thursday, Nov. 8. and Mrs Harvey Stein on vites aU Mason to attend.
Stouts took part in the weekend Loren and Arthur Eddy meet Wednesday at noon in I they served candy to Players will be Mrs. George Wentworth Street. Mr Kurka '
activities near Ocala in the Fellowship Hall The alt preaent Griffiths, Mrs. Warren Kennedy I. in the jewelry business and tE
which over 49 demonstrations Dorcas Circle will be' hostess Resident who have returned ; and Mr. Laurence Cod. his favorite sport 1 Is huntingand ,
He had been COUNTY
Of scouting prowess were Navy League'sAnnual for the luncheon The program to the ranch are Mr. and nero hunting fishing In Wyoming<< and Mon. .
;Iud <'red. The Englewood will be a "New Purposefor Mr. W H Hill who have a - I '
tana and brought nice roastof
J youngsters presented a dlaI Dinner a New Age" summer cottage in Parham, Mr and Mrs Al Ardllno of, a COURT II\ '
Elk to the Kroupaa \
'
I pia y on weltfM lifting to be - Ontario, and who ipent the Venice were guests of Mr
I -0-
..tied second best and Thomas Shaw t ,
amongthe Mrs.
1 accla and in Detroit on
summer there :
Mrs. Ronald Brobst and son Welcome back to Mr. and REFORMS
large group of scouts Marks Navy Day Mr. and Mrs. Harley Johnson Manasota Key Sunday. .
Florida, Geor. Douglas flew to Bay Port, N i Mrs Max Miller on 1919 Neptune tARE
representing I from' Toledo, Ohio Mrs. Frud -
Y., to visit relatives for a ; Drive Mr. and Mrs
| and South Carolina Burkhart and daughter from Mr and Mr. Edward Black
ga Venice Council. Navy Lea. few weeks. Miller have been gone over LONG !
While Saturday Was mostly !qua of the United States held -0- Indianapolis: Mr and Mrs. received a letter from Mr*. three month visiting their k t..
taken up with the exhibition its annual Navy Day dinner Martin Halleran from Quincy Edward McBride' daughter, sons and wives, Mr. and Mrs \
Judging, the Sunday program Wednesday The Nurses, SNAF, and the Maai; Mr and Mrs Loyal Mrs. John Sinclair, telling Ray Miller and Mr. and Mrs. OVERDUE!
proved moot interesting for Guest speaker was Lieutenant Future Teachers SNEA; ,of Kenarr from Mesick, them Mr. McBride 1* conalescing Glenn Miller in Long Grove,
the scouts After attending! an Commander Stewart Manatee Junior College play Mich. Mr Kenarr suffered a at her home. Mrs. 111 Mr and Mr.. Miller are I
outdoor church, the scouts nolds, public information Key officer ed Volley Ball last Friday;' heart attack in Michigan and McBride has been !ill and were In business with their sons In I I
hiked through surrounding at Miss Jayne Shaw of Mana- was very happy to get backto sure she would appreciate the lumber business In Long
Pensacola Naval Air
territory on arrowhead hunts Station sole Key is on the Nurses Florida where he Is convalescing a card of cheer. Her address Grove Mrs. Miller la activeIn ELECT:
during! which a number. of was accompanied Lt Cmdr Reynolds here lean and hurrah for Jayne, Mr and Mrs. John la 1062 Wilkes Barre Street, the BPW, the Rebekahs DEMOCRAT i
by
{fine, flints were found. another "enn,col" officer, Lt I' she scored more points than Pfeifer from Northern Minne t Easton, Pa and the White Shrine and is Clarence J.
of the day was anyone iota. -
The rest Cmdr Marvin always ready to help where !
Miller
spent swimming or' touringthe Mr and Mia Louis Ruth Mr Milo Smith planned to Mrs Otto Muller of 1344 De help Is needed regardless of,
Silver Springs attractions. Memorial services for two who own and operate the return but had a coronary attack 'rie Road Is one of the ladies whom or where. i :
During one meal, the boys members who died during the "Brook To Bay" Trailer and is hospitalized In tram Englewood who will -0- i
had an opportunity to sample past year were a part of the Ranch on Stale Road 175 have Michigan. All of the residents meet with the ladle of Ven- Mr and Mrs Leroy Se- STOKES SR.
irmadillo meat Most of them program Eu'oglred at the been busy greeting old friends here wish him a speedy re Ice at the Emmanuel Lutheran bring and their two boYI visited .
pronounced the new dish and new ones who have joined I covery as they miss him very Church there to sew for over the weekend with I
quite tasty ( they were In. memorial services were John the many who reside I there.Mr much He is 80 yean young/! the needy. They meet every Mr. Sebrlng's mother, Mrs. For SARASOTA COUNTY JUDGE ::1
formed of the type of meat Conner and Robert Van Pelt and Mrs Ruth have and has been going back Friday at 10 a.m. They also Norma Sebring on Manasota
sfter trying It). The dinner was attended by worked hnrd In making the every summer to work drlv- make crib quilts and layettesto Beach Road. e Sound adminittretion of the court' fiscal matter te I
Scouts making the trip about 40 members and guests. Ranch a beautiful place to !(ng a tractor. give where they are need -0- Return to Conititutoinal guarantees; 1
live with so many added at. Mr and Mrs. Harry Houa- ed.' Miss Carol Nitz, grand. SPEEDY TRIALS I
ractlons One place of Inter. er have returned from Mid. -o_ daughter of Mrs. Adolph Nitz REASONABLE BAIL BOND -
YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn >st Is the Recreation BuildIng iletown. Pa Mrs. Ansel Trowbridge of on Neptune Drive entertain. e Integrity In the handling of eitatei of the deceased !1 ,Ne N
3 Two girl residents of the Mrs. Paul Meyers and son 1973 Englewood Road spent ed nine of her school classmates Reforms In our Juvenile Court. This court hat been 'I ,;
Ranch have brought many Mickey have returned from the weekend visiting relatives last Friday evening sadly administered and NEEDS REFORM! I ,ti
Auto Insurance 3m lies and laughter to the Whit Fish Falls Ontario 'n St. Petersburg with a Hallowe'en party. ;
I. LOW RATES esidents with their diamat- Mr. Meyers will ,return later - Cake, sandwiches, candy and Pd. by Clarence J. Stokes, Sr. I.
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS ear.old daughter of Mr flnhmtf; Lodge In Ontario and '
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY nd M"S. Thomas Drum and ;rsiate; it dirlnj I the,summer I

I I the other is Paulette Boatwrliht and live here du"ing the inter I' d

a 12 year-old daughterof .
(/ Mr, end Mrs Bennv Boat. Mr. and Mrs Ronald Miles
wright: Their entertainment '>chased a new moVllehomc BYq : 1 1t t ti
has included skis from Wa't and went to Michigan to
.
''VCp.A'fMf Disney plays, a Lutm and last p-nd the summer They
116 W. Venice Avenue Saturday; pvcn:n s:l=- Telephone: 480-22 9 slned with lind..q, dancJn1."ant"ml"es weather was untable
er and dram zmj: Mrs Miles co-re oonded with) '
.
.. 1 1d'z
i Mitch in a !haunted house her siter who lies at th-
with a Hal'oic'en' theme ran-h, Mrs Mae liommmc', "
and found how beau11'ul the '
weather was he"'e to decided n I
to' return 'Irrmerlily: b
Mr anl Mrs. Frank Esh'lman alV
rt'u 'ned after spend ,
'ng nut of the summer visit.
BURNS i.,, their chlH-en and grand .
HAYDOt -h+'+,.tn In MichltnnM .
rj
". and ',trs. Benny Boat- .
aright who are true FloridIan John .\'. Hassan SEE AND HEAR JACK

?, so'd their home in Sara Candidate far Reelection ,e HASSON, MONDAY 1:30- '.I 1,
rob' and are nov resident 1:35: P.M., CHANNEL 8- I
of the ranch. M. *. Boatw ht al .
Sarasota WFLA, DISCUSS "WHICH
Couiiiy'sAccess
Will Improve is company emo'o'.ed by the telephone arasota County StateRepresentative J.SARASOTA COUNTI. -

Mrs Cora Bathnck returned -
from visiting her sister, 1 d
Highway Problems! Mrs. Dorothy Dickey in Ash.
land, Oregon. Together they
flew to Indiana to visit rela- '
live and Mrs Dickey return 4A
VOTE
ed here with Mrs. Bathnck
to remain for the winter. '
The newcomers include Mr
r,' *MAr .Sa and Mrs John Swaitout from
Oak Forest Ill They plan to ON ELECTION DAY
live here permanently, win.
ter and summer. Their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Saner who live at the ranch ,
are permanent residents also FOR
-0- I
Mrs. Norma Seabring recently
returned from a visitof I
two and a half months in HASSON
Grand Rapids Mich, visiting JACK
relatives and friends.
-
Mr and Mrs. Otto Muller of
1345 De Prie Road recently :
had a five day vacation in REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS BACK JACKRay
Hialeah celebrating their 45th
wedding anniversary, I

- Van Oridale Ken Chadwick, a
Mr and Mrs. Carl Rasmus-
Venice
,
. Venice
sen from Detroit are house-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry r "Jack Hasten It Interested "We need a strongrepresentative iI I
Larsen on Manasota Beach In the who ,,,, '
Road. Mr and Mrs Rasmus. whole eounty'i welfare I. well thought of r f
sen have decided to make Tallahassee. The ,
i He ti working In I
Florida their home so they
'
Democrat will live near Sarasota for the Aix for Improved highway whole county would c f
benefit by the Im
time being patrol protection
.
-o- and a major proved road system
Mr and Mra. Charles Bern. ; # 4 year educational that Jack will| fight i l lcomple.
TO BE GOVERNOR! hardt recently went to Or. .." for."
f
BEST QUALIFIED lando to visit Mr and Mrs '1
William Zundel Mr. and
Mrs Zundel recently movedto
HAYDON BURNS Knows the importance of limited access highways Orlando from Brooklyn, CIVIC LEAGUE RECOMMENDATION:
Sam Herron, Warn
West Coast of Florida and N. y, JOHN W. HASSON (D); Age 35; Incumbent; error-
the Mineral
end -0- Springs
to Sarasota County new; resides at 5135 Riverwood Ave, Sarasota; graduate
will meetin thateveryone
Circle
will do everything in his power, as the Governor of the State St.the Cecelia church hall of St. I IM a "I recommend_ whether of New York Law School; Law Clerk! and Asst. U
State Attorney
S. Attorney, New York City, 1957-59; As t.

of Florida, to provide this area with the vast benefits to be derived WATCH FOR- THE"BIGS" {' or they In business be retired_ ,' Sarasota, 1961; State and Representative national bar, 1963 associationi to- 1 1i

present; member local, itate I
from Interstate highways. i; vote for Jack Halo ; an Intelligent, able and forward-looking young
he
because only
son man who has given Sarasota County effective representation .
Co. HAVDON loses. for n.vernor .ommltt., s,.r, can give ui the effective ; highly regarded by his colleague, and regarded 9
Pala Dolitlc.1 ads. bv the IHMOU. Hoolnwn. Tr...."r. representation become of the state's !
clay 0.rd.nMf.. .. erdlMtwi Lawrence AT VSCVo'sAVE In Tallahassee by many ai likely! to one : I
u r' ,
most outstanding legislator ,;:9.
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1 I

-. -. -. ,,- . ..",. .L.,1.,,1. ., ., ., ., l.' that we need. WELL QUALIFIED L I : 11
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YOUR TAX DOLLAR !' your fellow citizens of both parties \

BEST QUALIFIED i'
.

ELECT: i Urge You To Pull Lever 4A To Re-elect I :"E EI !. : i

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HARDY ALBURY I Jack Hasson As State Representative 'f'


1 ) VAN OMDALI MBS ADELINE: BALLARD I \!' t Y
Democrat BAT
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CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURT : ilL WEt E.AND._'"W"IIRS 7Ts&'t'l"lL7DB Au.or.op LA1BURY. BOB ROBERT Enek..d Von"JOHNSON"" e.nk.r YN'l"- WILLIAM GJo\: v..,"."..8.,P.Benin Imann.e YOUNbBEItO TOOL IB.MRS I.I }; i

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j CIVIC| LEADER 18 J years of Unselfish Community Service : YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE II.f f

In Sarasota County. 1\\
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SARASOTA Mate a Co..OI7Dam
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CLERKS IN
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Best' Qualified I I Deserves Your Support "A" for ALBURY i


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Ii TM GONDOLIER, Venire, I Fla. Sun, Hey t, 1964 rr Council -

- --- ., ( Aids Fire Dept. PRESTIGEThe

[ tom' ( PEOPLE ENGLEWOOD The Englewood .
.Civic Council of
Sarasota County has voted a
I'A.SPEAK substantial contribution to
the Englewood Volunteer Fir

Dept additional...for purchase hoes of needed CON. ,:;ORGAN:

community. The action Was taken at .I.II
To The Editor: In this small

Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1964 can More adept handling of the last Monday's meeting after I It ,n acknowledged. prestige product.: One hundred
be the turning point In American situation by the Civic Association a letter was read from the yawl of instrument knbw-bow hat mad It
I0
amnn or TOT ASSOCIATED: ran,, .- HIMBEX or Tea FLORIDA puts ASSOCIATION history. This It the day leadership could have. fire need department for more emphasisingth hose and world hide Why little for lead '
Americans exercise their accomplished more. Their attitude
no e..W p,.. C ...'.....,' .""M a. rw ,.yoblk.tp" d .u .... .,..."'''' __ moil valuable asset In the seemed to indicate they connections to secure substantial .
', ........ .._. .. ._ reduction in fire insurance
a r..s '1M 11I10 lad b..l ubliId b..l" AU Pi.hlt fill _abU. struggle for Individual freedom thought accusations, demandsand MUSIC CENTER
I 01 ."tui ......... aN .... r..n.lTb. ,
a.- lid IueaJ ....s.lae. ua..u.r lllie ......_ _riP.... lie lei rwualkaes Y and the retention of our Ultimatums are a substitute A committee" was appointed'to
, g..Ip. 'a.b.dd. u_ by .._ .....'....10.P. free enterprise system la negotiating for logic and Surely diplomacy much make nominations for completion 250 South Gate fin Sarasota

..."..... awn Mondw ... r..arad.. ...... II.-.. S. Hmml, AMDIMCnurt Conservatives haven't had more difficult problems have of the 'erepresentation PIANOS (Phone 9W-9HI I ) ORGANS
.. Second Cu! M.1te4 At Port Orflot *l ....... Plnd.t . a real choice for more than been resolved by Intelligent on the County
.
30 years. Conservatives would
Organization of Neighborhood
t! EDWARD D BALL .. ........ .... ...................... Editor and Publisher like to win this election, and people through and compromise.The reasonable negotiations Associations

COURTNEY WILLIS ....... ......... .............. ... Advertising Manager even the Liberal columnistsand future of the community -
commentators
are now
SAM DILLON ..................... ............ News and Newtphoto Editor conceding the fact that the Is dependent upon the responsibility Santa's Helpers

+ : i ROGER KILBY .......... .... ..................... Mechanical Superintendent Conservatives may do so. fairness demonstrated, maturity by and the c y CommunityHymnsing
; This year as never before the' citizens. Its success will be Needed By P. O. ;
1' SUBSCRIPTION RATES lo county Si:'I 24 per year $3.23 per six months 12.T American voters have a directly commensurate with
r per three months 10 cents per copy Out of county $8.25 per rear 14.23 I choice. In the past the Liberal the degree to which sound Want to be a Santa's helper .
: I per six months S3 per three months Internationalists masterminded democratic principles are adhered T
; I Ads.rtCnr. .K..pn .it.uvo.i Fto Kit Pro* e..,.. GtinHvlllt. fit.. Aawleunutlw N....._ ..> ) both major political to and the ability, honesty The Venice post office Is !!
.... parties and the outcome of .
N. York. N r.t I Atlinu Co. Dttrott Mien and integrity demonstrated accepting applications for asslstants ;
,
'------- --- national elections made little \
the
.\ by leadership entrusted to help with the
: difference to them. long as with the community Christmas mail. Applicants 7P-Gospel
i their liberal, new deal, free business and affairs The must be at least 18 years old. Hymn Singing
; deal, welfare state proponents rights and dignity of every The work will be mostly 6 You'll
. qt'l : ; You Vote Every Day were the candidates for citizen must be protected regardless during the daytime and will Enjoy
: both parties. of the circumstances include loading and unloading "Sundays Nights 7:30
\ This year we can defeat the trucks, sacking sacks, M p.m.
I Liberal Internationalists who There are said to be some dumping and facing mail ( Beginning Sunday, Nov I
:: : How many times did you vote today? socialism, which claim to be the economic: think a Conservative President fourteen hundred people living See Postmaster J. Douglas A
f of The United States Is in North Port Charlotte at Arnall. CALVARY
That Intriguing little question headline systems of the masses, ". . are the least "unthinkable. Personally, I this time. They are fine people

) 'I.n advertisement by ono of the country's democratic of all." For, within these systems am convinced that with a from many parts of the About three-fourths of the REFORMED CHURCH

t I major oil companies. And it leads into an authority at the top, with unlimited clear, Liberalism unfettered'and choice Conservatism between .. from United all States walks and of Canada life and silver for mined In the world 1 bused :.:) 1602 Banyan Dr., Venice Gardens

J ss s the fact that, under the American eco power, decides what shall be pro on Nov. 3, Conservatism Let all of the people of money. t,0 htptrlng Miiiie Organ & Plant

nomic system, every consumer votes many duced, In what amount and at what price. that is . national! North Port Charlotte unite ina > Outttanding A/irs/c/ Choruses
j Independence, states' rights, common front; do everything LEVER 20A i Hymns/ Soloists
) : times a day. There is little or no peed to seek centumer I
personal liberty and constitutional in their power to assure DEMO."BOB" tt EnsemblesEveryone '
I He does this each time h. makes favor-for the subjugated must ,*
I : I.i a people government . can superior leadership; attendall A ? ,
I, purchase. In the case of oil, for Instance, tale what i ts offered or do without. Competition win an overwhelming victory meetings on civic affairs BECKER yT" Welcome/ ,
I and express their views free JUSTICE the PEACE
of
if. he i is casting his vote when he buys some that great bulwark' of living Robert D. Mahon ly; Insist on the right of every (P.M POlltlc.1' . t. particular brand of gasoline or when he standards and opportunity, exists only In VeniceTo individual to be heard with.

tales hit car tl) a particular service station a free market. out Interruption and with
r.
proper respect, whether
I : for a lubo *rf>. That Is something worth keeping In The Editor: not his opinion .is popular. Let or
North Charlotte has
So it 501, with votes cast for every mind while enjoying our daily privilegeof recently Port received consider. the elected officials truly represent .

Hind, area end quality'! of con'uTicr wants voting. able attention In the press the people Who voted DEMOCRATS! j
them to office, listen to their _,
And the ''inTce of this kind of voting Also It i Is something to keep In mind The articles Included factual wishes and bend to their will; REPUBLICANS! FOR
reports cf meetings and critical
r could hardly be aggerated. For it when you enter the voting booth Tues prejudicial letters written communicate and cooperatewith o INDEPENDENTS! EFFICIENT
the of millions whatever "brand" of GDC on all actions aimed
r ts vote-multiplied hundreds day. Vote for qov- by individuals However LAW
at the
building of better
accurate, fair and well Men a
"
r of times day-that decides eminent feel a particular candidatecan community. Let
every you tioned the printed word may everyone accept VOTE TUESDAY ENFORCEMENT!
I which firms shall be successful and which best offer.It have been, the reader might his responsibility, as a

I shall f.n!l, what ret1''s' vS-11 l| be CON. I is anticipated that In this election have been Inclined to a very citizen North should Port, and the futureof NOV.3aaa

I trued (In prod,, <-sion,< aril, .t Sf. .h_ll ret many voters will split their ballot more poor Ideally opinion situated of a and beautiful veil, one of the finest Charlotte communitiesin as

: The -consumer *lt ways than the of professional the state of Florida is assured .
,.: I pressure pre"urt-on purse a planned community Inhabit. Is K
who produce end sell commodities: never fichter. That's the concern of the Individual ed by fine people, from ell CHARLES A. BROWN FFA
walks of life, It is time to ,
ends. voter. What marten I It whether you 'ehen. 191 East Sydney Ave.,
present a more comm
I Th. oil company's statement stresses be among those who DO vote, Split Bal. live, dispassionate view of North Port Charlotte.

another big point-that communism and lot or Straight the investment. To The Editor: 1 '
It may be true that GDC
has been inept in the handling This morning while reading
of public relations for a Sarasota paper over a cup
there Is ample evidence to of coffee I read the very '
. 1.1[ ; i Vote United Fund Too Indicate It. If this be true, good news that Leila Wat- I'
,
.vl if." perhaps the community lead. lington, 401 Granada Ave.
.j" ership has been equally Ineptin nue, Venice, was the recip
?t 'i I When you vote, you are actively participating This, of course, I is one very real reason trying< to Improve the situ lent of a top equal award in
I' in democracy at work I that free because out ation. Surely ultimatums, the Sarasota Art Association's
we are we carry
epithets, name-calling, pub first show of the sea
I S Hat it ever occurred to you that participation our duties of citizenship as Informed and lic criticism and moving son. STATE

In the United Fund campaign responsible men and women should.So away from the problem could Her painting, "Bird of AUDITOR
never solve It. Such problemsare Prey," a blue ribbon winner, RATES
gives you another opportunity to take partIn by working for and contributing to solved most satisfactorily shares the sunshine with well SHERIFF Pol.

democracy at work? the United Fund, we are not only livingup through more Intelligent, known pros of Sarasota 'who RECORDS S H Adv.

It's really ell of us-as individuals andprivileged to our personal responsibilities, but diplomatic leadership on the also received enual! awards. "PERFECT' by
part of both sides involvedand Included are, Hilton Leech,
human btings who gain the we are also fulfilling our community re better communications Boyer
Loran Wilford and Isabel
most from doing our share In this joint sponsibilities. It meant that all of us are between the two, particularly White. Campaiqi

effort to better the lot of our fellow man, developing still further our capacity at since both have the same objective Mrs Wellington, who Is .Tr.asurerDon't
I of establishing a happy
I In no other country, except In a democratic good citizens. successful community.It secretary mis Art Association of the Venlce-Noko-has earned Scuttle

I nation like our own, will you ever Great I Is the temptation to make those appears that GDC recognizes the congratulations of her Oar
t find, united fund. this? the problem and is doing Smooth Running Sheriffs Office
a giving Why is "just too busy" noisy when we get a something about it. It is many friends.

,( Because it's voluntary-and it's personal. request to help. But let's resist the temptation to be hoped that the citizensof William P. Way KEEP ROSS ,IOYER!
Whatever w* contribute In_the way of North Port Charlotte will 201 Bay Shore Circle

l I money or Just plain hard work to the Contributions are needed! Volunteer be through made better aware, sounder of this leadership and. VeniceTo

I United Fund I Is our own business Nobodv workers' are needed! and reciprocal cooperation The Editor:

makes a citizen of a free nation support Volunteer to help. It'll make you feel an ever better placeto Thank you for your' coop
such live may result It Is encouraging eration with Goodwill and the
campaigns. better
to see the tremendous school children of your community
I j :I activity In further land in helping to make
; development and to realize successful the recent 'collection vAOAbTIaaSAYINGS
the building that must follow. of materials to provide
TV 'Via Cable The progress in the physi jobs for our handicapped em .
. I cal development of the community ployees.
j' I must be accompaniedby Many thousands of bags of

i The Venice City Council hat under consideration 9, 6 and 2. Channels 13 and 8 have good velopment a like progress of more In nature the de. usable items have been re-
I ceived. These will\ bt of great
I a proposal to establish television reception here. Channels' 9 and 6 are In and responsible thinking on help to our 350 handicapped .Lidrf.t.

I.If' I, able service for the city. Orlando, nearly 200 miles away; Channel the part of the citizens of the people.
community. Most residents
..1 A number of questions arise over thefeasibility 2 at Dayonta Beach, more than 200 miles will agree with the general children The active, their support teachers of these and

ef such a facility, among them away. Could clear signal be brought In objective the establishment the families of your community

I That the proposed $2,500 bond I it from Orlando and Daytona Beach? Of a clean. safe, ple..nt.prore..I" ., is deeply appreciated
stable ,well managed Their service to those less rrt e
smell" considering the hundreds of thousands
community at the least
I The expense to.u.rs. Cost of a connection fortunate I il a tribute to the .
: of dollars such would take possible cost to the taxpayers ,
a system
Your "
key to $
of those who
make
I |i from the to a community system It estimated The Mayor and the Commissioners quality up *
community. at $20 to $30, plus a charge of are elected by the your citizenry.
II I I The color signal received via cable citizens to act in their behalf On Oct. 29 we will be celebrating 'y 4" ..:'a things you want '. .
t $5 to $9 a month. The cost to those with the 10th Anniversaryof , | ts reported by T'.p.rt, to be to attain these objectives
some two sets would be about doubt A family The attitude of the elected the start ,of Goodwill In .Itd ,
ij | Inferior as, according to on. authority, this section of Florida. All need Sew for (
with
two sets could spend $640 ot $1140.I officials made it appear that
.
j I owners of color sets In Fort Myert and they felt they did not need to that week we'll be having .
excluding taxes In the .
j' I Naples can attest. next five years consult with the citizens they Open House at our plant on purpose -Ita.... 4:;
.
11 I This I Is of These are among the "many questionsCity were representing while Gandy Boulevard, midway ,
area already one good spending the taxpayer's between Tampa and St. Petersburg :
.i I reception and the need for a cable I Is Council can be counted on to weigh money; that they would decide so that our friends 'l \ :; :\ :, > ,

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total lack of judgment in Carl Sullivan Earn from November 1st
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I The GONDOliER, Venrca, FT.-- Sun., NeW. T. 1464-7
I Laraine Smith Weds Ex-Navv ManIn I
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Guild To Complete Plans I '
IIncluded j
a late afternoon wedding 1
the groom's parents J .jl

Church Laraine ceremony on Carol at Grace Saturday Methodist, Miss ,I and mann brother, and, Mr.Kenneth and Schue Mrs. For Show At Tuesday Meet ," I i I' I IFinal II

Smith ex- cfi Charles Kronqulst of Lake
changed marriage vows with Worth. arrangements for the set for Dec 8. The meeting
Charles Robert Schuemann of The reception was held at Epiphany (Catholic Church) I will close with prayer, led by 'II' 1
Worth, 111. Fisherman's Wharf with Miss Guild Fashion Show on Nov. The Rt. Rev Msgr. George I'
The bride Is the daughter of Vicki Walter in charge of the 10 will be made at the group's Cummings. I'' 1
Mr and Mrs. Harold E bride's book. meeting Tuesday at 1:30: p. A social hour will be held i
Yf Smith of 400 Park Lane Drive. The couple left Immediately m. at the church hall. after the meeting with I Mrs 1
The bridegroom's parents are after the reception on a Reservations will also be Jerry Cellura as chairman .j i
Mr and Mrs. Raymond wedding trip to New Orleans taken at this meeting for the and Mrs Dan Walsh as co. 'II}
Schuemann of Worth. The bride wore a suit of Southwest Coast Deanery chairman They will; be assisted I :, "
The 4:30: p.m. double-ring candy apple red with white meet set for Wednesday. St by Mesdames Madeline 1' \
ceremony was performed by accents, a matching red hat Barnard's Guild of Anna Ma. Proust, Don Fraley, Elmer > I,
The Rev. Edward Dinklns and black accessories. Her rte Island, Bradenton, will Ricker, Joseph Mourse I ,
and the bride was given in corsage was a white orchid. host the event and Thomas Joyce The Guild I''
r marriage by her father. Her h The couple will be at homeat In keeping with the "Monthof theme is "Know and Meet ,I i .
maid of honor was Miss Pa.. # 7S17 Southwest Highway the Holy Soul" November,, Your Neighbor" I
I TJ; tricla Douglas and Miss Mar. In Worth after Nov. 14. Mrs. Charles Beck will givea I I"
garet Higel was bridesmaid. The bride was graduated reading, "Through Purga Vienna's historic coffeehouses i
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The groom's bent friend, vI from Venice High School in tory" by Marie Kold, and last havens of leisure, !
Howard Flagler of Chicago, June The groom was discharged Mrs. Elmer Ricker will lead are no longer paying i ;
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Y fiy was best man and Richard from the Navy on In the recital of the rosary.
+ d r tY3ea ;. Young of Key West was Oct. 14 after three years service Mrs Thomas Joyce will ReElectRAYMOND '
a groomsman.The and will be associatedwith talk "The Block ,"
on Rosary
church was decoratedwith Fairbanks and MorseCo. and Mrs. Donald Fraley will ;, I"
in Chicago in the diesel r
palms and standing flor. speak on "The Living Rosary District No. 2 GOP
al arrangements in pink and engineering department. He ," which I is practiced i by '
white. Pink and white flowers was graduated from Morgan members who cannot participate I Justice of Peace 9'"
in brass vases adorned I Park ((111) High School in physically A day of paid political ad Y YM
the altar and pews were 1s 1961. meditation and adoration is I i Yi :
marked with
white satin bows i
and flowers. :
The nuptial organ music
was played by Mrs. Harry I ;
;;' Williams who also eccompa- d
MRS. J. HOWARD VAUGHN get an aPProv. nled the soloist, Mrs. F. s

I on her modeling technique from Mn. Leon Terry, Relde Onley. ,
cheirman of the Rotary Ann Fashion Show For her wedding the bride Ir V \ t
I.i& for Nov. II. Member models will chose a gown of white peau I
planned present de !
sole fashioned with a fit
originals evenings gowns at the high point ted bodice, modified bell skirt VOTE it 1
i collection.otaryAnnsShow. and long sleeves ending in 1.1 '
calla-hly points at the wrist. :
The unadorned bodice had a I
\ scooped neckline with a cum
merbund midriff encircled :
with re-embroidered Alencon
lace. The same motif was VOTE i :1
hiainal Fashions used to encircle the skirt VOTE
above the hemline. She wore MRS. CHARLES ROBERT SCHUEMANN
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from which fell] a bouffant el quets of pink roses and carnations accessories and white
custom-made originalng Earle Rawles and President a cymbidium -
: bow-length veil. Her cascade t s H
gowns will be the Mrs. J. Howard Vaughn. bouquet of white roses, stephanotis orchid. The groom'smother v Ma
Mrs. Smith's short-sleeved
spot of the fashion show They will present four outfits and English ivy was wore a gown of ava-
presented by Hazel D each in casual, sports, centered with a white orchid. sheath was of cerulean blue cado green organza with silk
at the Rotary Ann Fash suits and cocktail costumes. Her attendants wore identical pesante silk with an attached braid decoration. and gay accessories VOTE FOR
how Luncheon on Nov. The evening gown originals, floor-length gowns in entwining-leaf adornment extending Her corsage was a
12'30 p.m. at Cyro' Ve which will climax the show modified Empire style with hemline. She from shoulder to yellow cymbidium orchid.
wore matching Out-of-town wedding
all made from guests
n Moon are imported American Beauty rose velve
s. Leon D. Terry will be French pure silk. teen bodices and overskirts of
commentator and models Members, their guests and pale pink crepe. The gowns WSCS Plans Home PAUL TAYLOR ,
program chairman of Interested friends are Invited. were made with scooped I Tour
Other member. Tickets be purchasedfrom necklines and
event. may
d.will be Mesdames Jay the members or reservations length sleeves During Christmas SeasonThe CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2
Jimley, John G Mead. may be made by callIng ants wore three.quarter'l
Douglas R. Murphy, Mrs. Terry. ries and carried
third annual Christmastour
their Itineraries,
own
w-.._ '.f". > ,,, b"r---1-qr '-- ",, N <."' . ... "" "_... of homes by the Wom arrange going to the homes in any For transportation to the polls on Election Day
an'. Society of Christian Service sequence desired. 1
of Grace Methodist CALL PAUL TAYLOR CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS I
INTRODUCINGTHE Church will take place this
year on Dec. 4-5. LEVER 20A 488.5452 I
The
project J entitled
"Christmas in Venice," has DEMO."BOB" .

been enlarged to include BECKER Paid for the State Committee of Florida Warren Goodrich .
eight homes in the Venice by Democratic Executive ,, .
EPIC $14,750A area. Each home will portray JUSTICE of the PEACE chairman and the Sarasota County Democratic Executive Committee. t '
gracious holiday living and (Paid political" 1 ad..>

entertaining and will featurenew 1
and different types of
Florida Home Masterpiece With The Accent On decorations.The .
houses will be open on
S.P-A-C.EI! both days from 1 to 5 pm
and again from 7 to 9 p.m.
V>r, aMxy s A donation of $1 will en
alb title those interested to visit

all eight homes. A booklet WE INTERESTED PARENTS & CITIZENS
containing a description of j
each house and directions for
locating them is being pre.
pared.
Mrs. Eugene Jackman is
general chairman of the tour
and has asked that visitors
DEMOCRATS & REPUBLICANS RESPECTFULLY
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Mrs. Gurda Hosts REQUEST YOUR VOTE ON BEHALF OF . ,I /
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committee meeting Professional of of Venice the Women executive Businessand will] HARRY W. FRAZEE .. \ '

be held at the home of Mrs ,
Lilt Gurda of 247 S. Harbor I.i'' .I

2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Double Garage Drive Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. FOR SARASOTA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ,
Preliminary plans for a No : J
I Separate Utility Room Air Conditioning vember dinner will be mad I 4 ; :
and Mrs. Gurda requests that d ; t
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28-Foot Panelled Screened Lanai committee members who will M ; f
not be able to attend telephone conservative who will dedicate ,
. Frazee is
SEE THE EPIC TODAY PLUS 5 her by Tuesday. o responsible .l I.

L OTHER LOVELY LEWIS HOMES FROM $10,500 Americans buy more sal. himself to strengthening out our academic program :. '

tine crackers than all other 1
types of crackers combinedWATCH directing our schools to reflect the opinion of the public I I'1i.
LEWIS H01't1ESINCORPORATED i.
and preparing our young people to better face our .
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VENICE GARDENS For THE,"BIG )" at VSC i
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MAYOR AND MRS. SMYTH BROHARD MR. AND MRS. CLYDE LASBURY ;

TOP-RATED COMMISSION CANDIDATEGLEN MR AND MRS. DAVE HAMILTON SEN. AND MRS. WARREN HENDERSON f I

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WELDON G. LAWRENCE DR. DOUGLAS MURPHY ; :

ALBERT E. BLACKBURN BRYON M. MARKLE i

R. PHELPS RECEIVED THE HIGHEST RATINGOF 'j 1 ROBERT S. BAYNARD W. R. WARD !'
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ALL THE COUNTY COMMISSION CANDIDATES: I"
';' e ROBERT JONES BLANCHE CELLI ,J : ,

"An Intelligent, able and personable young man; widely respected for his civic i RONALD BRITTON DR. DEAN AUSTIN !
and haiab.hty
himself concerning county problems
interest informed
and has
the and desire; to approach them open-mindediy and objectively, ; has a 1 JACK RIEHL RALPH L THOMAS I'f
County and In our opinion has the capabil.ty. I
strong faith In the future of Sarasota ." LAMAR HAZEN RUTH MAY 'I j
to become an outstanding commissioner. Well qualified. ? \
LARRY REDFORD JERRY HILL- ;
SARASOTA COUNTY CIVIC LEAGUE 4 .
GENE HELSERI.i& CHIPS JOHNSON ;



GLEN R. PHELPSIS ELECT TO SARASOTA COUNTY SCHOOL B BOARD ';;",: i r'h' \:



SEEKING YOUR VOTE FOR ;' t
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DEMOCRAT HARRY W FRAZEE .
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8- -The GONDOLIER VellTce, Fl. Sun, Nov 1, 1964 College Exams A blue pigment titled( iftytochrome -YER
1 Council Studying Cable U nature' mean 204
of making sure that a petunia I
Set For DEMO
Nurses
\-.rw: Gondola Float Drawings or chrysanthemum or 8ISOS"'
. ,\! ; :a stalk of corn opens its BECkER
High school graduates and flower at the correct time JUSTICE of file
8,11-- I' Unveiled By HamiltonA seniors who intend to apply and not before PEAC(
: for admission In the Armys TV Proposal For City L =ale .u\lool aa... ,

5 I ; color rendering of thecity' American Waterworks Aisn full'paid four-year college "-=-
Waterworks Superintendent program for nurses must IN SARASOTA ..., ::
new gondola parade that the ::
make Venice City Council will decide later He said the system the city official
1 , I crklnadra; unveiled-:nga displayedat and to John attend Sobosky the association'was authorized annual take the arrangements college entrance loon ex to within the next month would be capable of carrying cable system would ,be the I RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOppI
amlnatlon administered whether to award a television 12 channels at full capacity. sole source of revenue
at
: the Tuesday night meeting luncheon Tuesday by
Tampa to received the award. local school officials, according cable franchise to one' of the Decision Soon The Five Beaches official I
I cornmittee! Council, in other action) to Recruiter SergeantDan four firms seeking to provide Asked by Dean when a decision said signals for the Venice irrmseoss1T CUSTOM SHADES cloth" cover --.1 I
confirmedthe Couey such a service for the area area would be received by; a *,ry
; Council the plans and outlined Equalized and could be expected from burlap, parchment, etc.
I I I the progress ao far on the assessment roll for water Although applications for Council heard details of the the city officials, Council 400 to 1,000 foot tower to be AT Reasonable IrViSgJ'
r .i \ \ : : proposed float. Hamilton line extensions the program will be accepted fourth such proposal from offlclals President E. 8. (Bill) Raymond erected at least three miles t t.I,
aid the fiberglass gondola Dedicated an alternate only during/ the months of of Five Beaches Cable said the matter probably from the municipal airport I
z I :: will be mounted on a 10 * 1 I. foot house trailer chassis He South Harbor Drive exten- the required examinations' last Tuesday's Informal after. of the next two'regular City cable attached to telephoneand shapes and sites. itocL, "f l
", ;: said the cost probably would slon, skirting the Coast GuardLoran. are given only twice each I' noon meeting j ti Council meetings electric poles rented We Make l Oaf e/ !
from the utility companies. mpi Vans, 'oHt.
16 exceed slightly the $1,500 Station property .
I" year locally and the next Spokesmen for the Eas Dean told Council the franchise .
budgeted for the project. a Authorized relocation of icheduled examination the Coast firm were Jay Dem agreement being offer- He said height of the tow. LAMP REPAIR' LAMP REPAIR j'
I : I The committee chairmanand city utilities in the right-of- last prior to of mini, vice president, and RoY ed by Five Beaches would er required would depend upon 1115 S. Trail /' Mesh North ..
r, former city councilmaneaid way for the U 8.oil Bypass plicalione. Dean, local attorney. Dem. run for a 10-year period with the resulta of an engineer- -._IN SARASOTA s.a.nu. ..::JI I
: I plans are to construct and set up a $5,000 fund for tats should contact their local mlng and Dean outlined the renewal options. He said the Inn study. .\
i the gondola so it can be removed the project. high school purported advantages of such ---
: : .i guidance counaelors contract calls for a three percent
from trailer I char.aia Renewed employe group
f to find out the exact a service to the Venice area payment to the city during
and be floated in the water Insurance with Metropolitan
dates each test will be administered the first five and
Previous VentureIn :years
if desired It will seat eight Insurance company at an Increase
: j I persons in addition to the gondolier of $78,70 in the monthly and to make arrangements recent weeks, Council four per cent thereafter.The .
to alt for the
I t I and will be 32 feet in rate. examination has heard three Imllar pro- contract also calls for
I, length with a six-foot beam. Agreed to the use of >osals from other Florida construction of the cable system .
Accented
,I : Hamilton described the proposed designated spoil areas in the the of applicants enter firma The city some years to begin within one year ;tl
college their choice for
t 1 :, float as less costly than city in connection with the two years of study, then ago, In fact, signed a fran cad 'completed eight months
t the usual floral and crepe dredging of the Inland water. transferred to the are chise agreement with the later. r1
I I : paper floats and "more mod- way with the proviso that the Maryland Universityof Sarasota County Antenna Under the terms of the"'proposed
: ern and sophisticated" City spoil deposited in certain for the final two Network (SCAN) which reportedly contract, the city would e'e
I ,: Attorney M. A. Eraswell areas conform to the grade laureate years leading to their bacca- had difficulty obtaining have the right to use the ,
wondered aloud how something of the surrounding degree. During this
i level prop period financing: for the poles erected by the company
I that "at least 500 they are afforded on-
was erty. venture. for the system. Dean said
''r \I I years old" could be called i e Accepted a low bid of he-job! training(; at Walt..rReed complete liability would be
Army The two spokesmen for Five
'; : modern from Gulf Communications Hospital Washington -
$422 provided, along with
$2,500
1 D C. Enlisted Beaches Cable TV told noun a .
as a.I
of Sarasota for increasing -
j Water Safety Award bond guaranteeing
: I I of members. of the Army Reserve oil members the proposed paymentof
the and
alaoi' power
I Councilman Anderson range the
drew full and service would bring in channels revenue. e
i announced that the local wat- the police two-way radio they pay I I"I
Customer Rates
t' I allowances while enrolled In unable to be received in
has been
; er department tapped system.
Purchased half. ad school, and all educational the Venice area on regular Prooosed customer rates
t I'I for a safety award by the S a page
: Special Safety Committee of in the Venice High School annual costs are pair! by the Army, antenna systems It also was would include a $21 hookup
I the Florida section of the at a cost of $60. excent one *25 "matrlcula- claimed the cable system fee and a $3 monthly service
\ : lion fee" at the University of would tremendously Improve charge
I 'I thrvland color reception. Demmlng explained that
I : : Mobile Home Owners Can Save In. Information on this program Demmlng said five channels he firm already has a sys-
J may be obtained by -8, 13, 2, 6 and -would tem In operation at Cocoa I
surance $$$ With New Mobile Home. lulling Sergeant Couey at be provided Initially, with Beach and he invited city of-
Package Policy Exclusive with 109 Central Avenue, Sarasota Channels 3, 38, 11 and a icials to be his guests fora
owners or by calling him at 935: .5264, weather channel supplied tour of Inspection. The I 9
k 1 I Edge.Van Orsdale Agency same company also has an-
other system under construction -
EXAMPLE: Community School Sets In a second East Coastcity The choice
It If
that | have
yours
$ 4,000 Broad Form Perils on Coach (No deductible you agree
1"" served you well, faithfully and economically,
wind hail)
on or
It'. $ 1,200 On Content (Include theft at no additional Dates For GED TestThe Brohard Asked whether by Mayor his Smyth firm engaged D. I you will, sincerely appreciate your vote Nov J. Thank

t cost) in television sales and
"; I:. $ 400 Additional Living Expense Sarasota Community history equivalency test is service, Demmlng assured
"Y $10,000 Personal Liability School will administer the also given by the Community
I $ 250 Medical) Pcymentt, PLUS other exteniionj of General Equivalency Development School. LEVER 20A I Pd. Pol.
coverage too numerous to mention test (GED) Nov. 2-8, Those Interested in takingthe Adv. by
11 i $57.00 per year In city or adjoining parks Slightly 1964. The battery of five tests GED test should contact DEMO."BOS" HaqerminCempaign
', higher euttide of tire protection.AGENCY. covers mathematics, social the Community School, 1001 BECKER I
t 1 science, natural science, English South Washington Boulevardor JUSTICE of the PEACE T rellurerWE'RE
and literature Each phone 9581332. section of the test takes approximately -
: two hours to
.. complete.To Want to sell some quaD?
be eligible to take the The Florida Game and Fresh
116 W. Venice Avenue exam you must be a residentof Water Fish Commission says
Florida, 20 years old, and "don't" unless you're a Licensed
0, w Telephone): 488-2289 have a credit in American game breeder and the
i History or pass an equlval- birds were pen-raised on your
r encv test on the subject The game farm. BOY E RHERE'S

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VEDAR.KELSEY SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 4


REPUBLICAN DR. CHALMER L. COOPERDR.

WHY.

School Board Member CHALMER L COOPER (101): Age 66; retiredgeologist .
; resides at 7532 Cove Terrace, Sarasota;
a graduate of University of Oklahoma; PhD., University
ENDORSES of Chicago a nationally-recognized geologist
; ;
with state and federal geological agencies, 1925- THE FOLLOWING IS THE APPRAISALOF
I 61 member of professional and honorary
; many so
DR. HALMER L. cieties; has excellent understanding of the needs and THE NOH-PARTISAH
I objectives of the educational system; sincerely desires r
I I k CIVIC LEAGUE:
to serve his community; has the Intellectual
I capacity and mature lodgement to be an outstanding .

I 1 L. COOPERDEMOCRAT school board member i.. ROSS E. BOYER (D)': Age 50; incumbent:

resides at 4004 Brookside Dr., Sarasota, attended

{ Well Qualified Dennison University and specialized schools conducted

,1 r' FOR SCHOOL BOARD by State of Florida and FBI, with Florida

Patrol his election Sheriffin
ti I'' Highway prior to as
i j My four year on the Serasota County School HARRY W. FRAZEE 1952; 're-elected' in 1956 and 1960; active in
1 Board have given me the knowledge of the type Kiw.nisClub
1 person needed on our Board. I 1m. Republican, cut r many civic affairs; president-elect of

i the responsibility of the board member is to be non- HARRY W. FRAZEE (IRJ): Age 44; Insurance agent; ' ; has developed his department into a modern
I t partisan In his actions. I support Democrat Dr. resides at 3317 Mmeola Dr., Sarasota; graduate of efficient law enforcement which li has,
: i Chalmer L Cooper because I believe he Is the bet agency
I
University of Akron; a personable man with a good '
ter qualified candidate In District 4.e business reputation; moderately active In civic affairs gained him state and national recognition; ha .

t, He !i. better fitted by education and by lifelong ; has the Intellectual capacity and the desireto a competent, courteous, public official, and is
,, I educational associations and Interests serve; however, he must be considered a controversial Sheriffsin
of the best
; e He believes each student must have the opportunity figure In view of some of his public statements widely recognized as one
to be educated to the limit of his ability. and his accord with end vigorous support by the state.
'I I He discusses Ideas dispassionately and males decisions extremist elements who seem Intent upon Imposing
''I only after an analysis of both .id... their will upon the school board
I I. He Is mindful of public thinking, aware of teacher

'I I I to needs the, students.but recognizes hit prime responsibility Is Not Recommended Exceptional/// Qualified

1: I The Sarasota County Civic League's report rates
\' ;t I Dr. Cooper "Well Qualified" I wholeheartedly
'I I agree and ask you to f loin me 'In voting for Dr. J.
: Chalmer L Cooper for School Board on November 3. foruote County CM.* LMTW NCWSLETTER.Vol. HERSCHEL MORRIS Retired

I \ !Ir I .. No. s. o..wIN'
II 'I l (Signed) VEDA R. KELSEY I AL FEINSOD SR. Salesmanager ...

-I\, Wl, v1"'t' ': DICK RICH Businessman-Rancher
:
] ,,,1\\ j I'' FRANK

II I tI''' 'I I I'I j C. RAEBURN Realtor ,

I 1 EXPRESS YOUR WISH FOR BETTER SCHOOLS ON NOV. 3RD 1 MRS. J. F. HUTCHINSON Real Estate'

: I ,\' t. THOMAS' S. EDDY a Developer
I
i i E. B. ROBERTS Businessman

I;: ji J:[ I VOTE FOR I -

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) Il I KEEP, :4'i: i
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rh Ii I J Retired Scientist Former' teacher in high school and college PhD. in Geology .

,, ',:J jlj Advisor to National Science Foundation teaching project Listed in "Who's Who in Engi ROSS E.

r' neering" and "American Men of Science" Civic worker Military Veteran Member ,. BOYER .

: 1.' Trinity Methodist Church 20-year Service to Scouting Married with one son, I, ,

It'rI r t rI, a doctor. DEMOCRAT SHERIFF.
a I I'' '
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''v I I geld. rollllol' AihwtlMiMiit IUt nt Grant tuwmntlt E raUn CommltUAM" "'-. orJ EFFICIENT
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The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fta Sun NaY. I. 1964-9
I'y'r' I I :
Does Bazaar Dinner To Be


Climaxed With, Bond AwardA Surprise Due At LT Opener j "

,
Identity of "a visitor" will 1J 1t
"Bond-a-Month award V. remain a wtll-guarded secret 1
$25 S. Savings Bond each
I
1 I Il will be made Saturday at month for a year. Ticket donations until the opening of the Little
Theatre play "Com Blow
Elkt Hall following a turkey art $1. .
dinner which winds up the Mrs. Harvey Siegel Is In Your Horn" Wednesday at
two-day bazaar sponsored by charge of the award and Mrs. 8:00: p.m. at the theatre at
Benevolent and Patriotic John Artman la dinner chair Venice Airport.
Order of Does, Drove 141. man.DowningSmith. This small supporting role
l The bazaar will be held Friday has been cast to bring "hys.
71. terlcal" conclusion to the r
and Saturday from 9 a.
} m. to 3 p.m. at 315 W. Venice comedy. Centering around r,
ryI Ave. Baked goods and sandwiches playboy bachelor Alan Baker, AN
r it 4 will be available for Engagement played by Owen Gibson, the
lunch for the shoppers, according Announced Today cast of character includestwo J
to Mrs Samuel Cutler "beautiful numbers" out
I V 'ovttr
of Baker little book.
black
and Mr. Ralph Anderson, ,
L These Evans and
bazaar chairman.The are Peggy ,
public turkey dinner Connie Dayton played by
Joanie West and Ann Collins,
will be served from 9 to 8
p,m. on Saturday. A donationof who manage to keep Baker's C v
$1.50 for adults and 75 cents! mind off his business a ma I
for children under 12 years jority of the time. 1 &i ,. I .
9t ) of age will be requested. Little brother Buddy, play. .
r d Tickets for participation In ed by Woody Doty leaves
the bond award will be available home and strikes out on his
at the door or may be own, landing at Alan's flat
purchased from Does memo with his suitcase at a very r
bers Winner will receive a untimely I moment and /
a causing utter confusion there
Orchid as well as with the mother
Society
-r ......... .....-.............. Sees Time FilmA t'9a. and parents father! of he the just two left youngmen The i

A WEEKEND SNEAK PREVIEW of the booh Week ti being taken by Mrs. Robert Hard. portrayed by Dolores mumimmKmiWiiniaMnrmtMHMMu,, ,
going on display tomorrow at Venice Area Jr. and children, Kathy and Robert. time-photography film Yerkes and Bill Kruger keep RIGHT BOY GETS RIGHT GIRL in the finale of the Littl. ;i t
showing the opening of an things lively on the telephone,
fr. Public Library during Children's BookINTRODUCING Theatre "Come Blow Your Horn" which Wed. J j
orchid will be shown at the with Mother Baker finally comedy, opens
meeting of Venice Area giving it all up for a "better nesday for a four-night run. The right boy ti Owen Gibson i! I I
Orchid Society Wednesday at ,k life" with her sons The situation and the girl he gets it Ann Collmi-they get closer together -
7:30: p.m. In the communityroom its y for Alan looks hopeless finally, than they are In the above scene, photo I
the exciting new of Sarasota Federal w until one of the girls' comesto graphed during the last week rehearsals '
Saving and Loan Assn his rescue and sets the ,,1

The film Is provided by the MISS CAROL DOWNING stage for the zany conclusion at Beall's Department Mora ing taken there. Tho box of.
Theatre patrons will see {
American Orchid Society and I four faces in in the Venice Shopping Cen- lice will open at 7:30 p,m. '
Mr. and Mrs. new leading \
Jesse H.
according to Tom Fels an I I I
'
J3EBONAIRELEWIs'koMES I orchid of hobbyist the best, Is examples consideredone of Downing the Jr. engagement of Placida announce of- Doty roles, In Mrs.the West play and Gibson Mrs., ter seat from reservations 9am to are 9 p.m.also, and be. each ances evening of the perform. ,' f V 1 1r

floral photography In the their daughter Carol Jean- Collins George Mahar will '
nette Downing, to Terry direct. ,
country. 'j
President Mrs. Adelbert Douglas Smith, son of Mr. Tickets for the performances .' i' '
LEWIS HOMES I I Traver will be In charge All and Mrs. Douglas H. Smith, to be given through V : 1
interested persons are invited of DeWitt, Michigan Saturday, are now being sold f.i'j: !
INCORPORATED Miss Downing is a 1984 '. : I I"h
91 E. Shamrock Blvd. Phone 488.1350 Piano Students School.graduate of Venice High WWI -auxiliary h '

VENICE GARDENS Give RecitalPiano set No wedding date has been Plan's' Card Party .. '?...., '! o w'"'

2 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS students of Mrs E. A public dessert-card party 'lrr;: '1
W Ravburn of 332 Redwood
PANELLED LANAI) OVERSIZED GARAGE Road held a piano practiceand Swift Speaks On Friday at 12:30 p.m. at Tin- i J T
ice Civic Center Is being
recital at her home Oct. !
COMPLETELY CONDITIONED 4r
I. 24. Election At Meet sponsored by WWI Vets Auxiliary -
." ,
MODEL HOME located 6 blocls Those taking part were: Venice-Nokomis Republican 764 E il
Mrs Mime and
East en Shamrock Blvd.INTRODUCTORY. 11.390 Medea Isphording, Kathy and Women Club will hear a Mr.. Everett Harvey j. Noland are Fd
OFFER Robert Hardee Laura Rose, talk by Earle Swift on elec. .
co-chairmen' Door will
Marjorie and Guy Zelias, Susan tion returns at its meeting prizes --J ;
be awarded. A donation of 50 t'
1 Jones, Elizabeth Wilson Wednesday at 12:30: p,m. at cents will requested. FOR
and Brenda and Debbie Has- Cyro s Venetian Moon SwiftIs be
Sarasota County Executive HARRY W.
elbv.Musical The nation's largest steel
i games were playedand Commitee chairman
R Y t plant is at Baltimore.
there was a sight readIng "
contest, won by Marjorie FRAZEEGOP 1
WATCH FOB
Zehas and Linda Rose After LEVER 20A I
the games, a dessert was T 'I
served I ? H DEMO."BOB" BECKER. Candidate .

Ladies Get G I IIP. Sarasota County School Board
Gray EAT JUSTICE of the PEACE
VSC E ... politic-! ....1 I J Paid Pol. Ad. by D. E. Robert Campaign Trees t'
Red Cross CardsEight C 4

area Gray Ladies
received their standard Red
Cross first aid cards Fridayon
completion of a course
\
taught by Mrs. Ross Durant.
They are Mesdames John KEEP . .. I
Blair, Andrew Kleissner, John
Kruse, Charles R. Miles, a ,p
'"A NEW HOME TRULY WORTHYO'YOUR Frederic Wallace, Ellen l
JOHN T.
Whitacker Dewey Wright and I

IMMEDIATE Miss Mrs.Lila Durant Hunter will Instructan 1 "4ya I

advanced course, prerequisite
of which Is a current GRAHAMSARASOTA
INSPECTION"F.
first aid card, beginning in ,
mid-November. Those inter. bs, i\
ested may call her to register -
Class dates will be announced '
as soon as the courseis COUNTY f t
Cast Your Vote organized /


FOR rLL Classes Slated JUDGE i i iI

In UpholsteryClasses .

In Upholstery will I
be held at Laurel School to
Jack KnucklesREPUBLICAN meet Increased demand for t

daytime Instruction in this ,I
field Sarasnta County school
CANDIDATE FOR authorities have announced ':

Registration will. be held R REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR RE-ELECTION, I; .
Thursday Sam to noon. l lI
SHERIFFTUES. Classes will meet during I EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE AND
those hours on Tuesdays and,
NOV. 3rd.
TUESDAY
SUPPORT ON
Thursday. J. W. Thomas is I

.. NOV. 3 PULL LEVER 6B the Students Instructor.furnish their own I' E As your Sarasota County Judge, I administer three courts: ;1
projects to work on and pay
only for material and a $3'' THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, COUNTY COURT, and THE ,I

A MAN WITH PROVEN ABILITY AND registration cover fee.material Subjects melee.lion Include I P JUVENILE COURT. During my tenure of office each of ,;.I; ,

DEVOTION TO DUTY' measuring and fitting, I these three courts has been administered with dignity ;t ,

frame ,and sewing suspension machine operation rebuilding and fairness, In an impartial, efficient manner; 16 improvements 1.1 I

EXPERIENCE: AS SHERIFF I WILL- and other construction have been made in the Courts during the past 3 Ys years. I.

techniques U IdIn

Retired professional police officer I I. Provide the efficient, effective I law as For at Information 488-4760 or call Sarasota Thom. the Probate Court there have been installed modern machines, :
from Detroit, Michigan. enforcement the citizens, of this' Community School 958-1332.
30 yean of professional police serv- county are entitled to., accounting equipment and procedures; economy
tee-ipeciiliied in Investigations of Hunters To Hoist' B of operation has been increased substantially, and we are r 1:': '

4 Holdups yean at and Constable Burglaries., District No.2. Provide. better patrols for allareas. Grange Social now returning to the county of Sarasota. in unused surplus I

2, Sarasota County. Mr and Mrs Frank Hunter funds substantially more each year. j
with of 113 Lemon Bay Road
4 yean on special assignment 3. Reorganize the operation of the tail will host the social gatheringof '1
the State Commiuion-specialil.d of Michigan Liquor In Control in-- end maintain matrons over female Grange members Wednes- L We have Installed strict audit controls; added for the South :

vettigationi of illegal liquor and off.nd.rs. day home.at 10:30: am at their County area license issuance clerk, and we have improved the i 1 1I

moonshine operations. Those attending are requested services afforded to attorneys for estates. ' : I
Attended numerous FBI Turning 4. Establish an animal control center to bring their sandwiches .
Courses.In and place services I i t
Training schooling within Detroit 5. Continue to work with and for the All visiting Grangers are wel. May'I Sincerely Thank Each Of You For Your Past ) tf I I

Police Training School. juveniles of the county. come. Support And Assistance, And Urge You To Vote For I. ,

Attended special Criminology courses ECW Postpones .. f. .
given 'at Wayne University. C :
Can Solve A Crime. Tuesday Meeting RE-ELECT JOHN T. ;"
Trained
Only A Man Professionally The meeting of Episcopal '
Prevention Can Reduce The Rising Crime Ratio Churchwomen of St. Mark' :
Only Church, announced for Tues GRAHAMSARASOTA ;
In This County. day, has been postponed be. A ,
cause of the election, officers
VOTE FOR '
said It will be held on Nov. 17 COUNTY JUDGE ii" i I '
at 10 a.m. at the Church parish ,

MILLARD "Jack" KNUCKLESAnd hall, N Pilot U. S. Air Force, 10 years, service Native Floridian ,

Distinguished Flying Cross 43 oldThree I "i r
years
Ability Dignity & Integrity To TheSheriff's LEVER 20A children t' '
Restore Air Medal, Three Oak Leaf Clusters I
Office. DEMO. -
r "BOB" BECKER Attorney, LLB, University Florida E al
FULL TIME SHERIFF! PULL LEVER 6B '
LETS HAVE A JUSTICE of the PEACE Paid-Political Adv. ; '

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1 t I't : ) iis Br CECILY BItOWNSToq

MARKRTl 1 Associated Press r.*EdsrUNITED
rMn NATIONS StPTEl 1 1U

;' : rig. your era planning a an*.
,, :\ 5c cial menu tor United Nation.
October 14,
con Day.
:\ ; you BUT h.
Interested in this dish
: the new "The CookbookS
\ WHERE SHOPPING LIMIT 4 PLEASE the Swedish United Nations.Potatoes'* and S'''

;' IS A PLEASURE! Anchovies an Grad
Icelandic Meat Rolls
: '; 1 in Cabbage Learn
. I Salad Bowl Bread Tray
Cananadlan r
I 1 ; 4 r,, SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT Beverage Butter Tarts I,
: !' Swedish Potatoes
y A
tad! ,
.
e INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF Anchortes an Ontta
3 onions, thinly sliced
; 11 S tablespoons butter or
ti i "SIEAK ::5ALE" margarine
8 medium potatoes, neeke.
1 20 Swedish-type anchovy

:t : YOUR CHOICE Itt fillets cupe light cream
: SIRLOIN Cook onions in 1 tablespoot
"j. of butter until :yellow Cut
potatoes Into, lenithwlsi
strips about ty-lnch thick.
Butter a 3-quart casserole or
Ii TBONElb. baking dish; place layers ofpotatoes
!I' 9gej anchovies and onions p
In the casserole, ending
with a layer; of potatoes Pour
a small amount of the Jules
j j I i i'l ; ROUND (bontltss) from anchovies over the top
; to add flavor to the dish. Dot
t the with
top remaining but
Ii : :: ter.bake Pour in S90 cream degrees over oven top for,

i :1 M a k T..pv q"e r ar h,a CHUCK STEAKS I lb. 59c 1 hour or until potatoes art
done. Serve.. hot. Yield: tserving. .
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:, ; ;l I HUNT'S YELLOW-CLING Swlft'i Premium SlktJ '\ a ,sauce.This GOOD glaze DINNER serves ai I -

New Loaf f 39 Glazed Boneless Pork Butt (
HALVED DELICIOUSPEACHES England ;: Sweet Potatoes Spinach
WASHDAY SPECIAL Fresh Fruit and Cheese
it SwiH'i Premium Inunichwtlgw. Beverage r

L : Sandwich Chubs, 89'29;: < Glazed 1 medium Boneless or large Pork smoked Butt r 5

boneless pork shoulder
: GIAFAiNT butt c
,
Y4 cup currant jelly
i Vi cup grenadine syrup
Y4 teaspoon dry mustardI
I ; 2 #24 49 tablespoon lemon Juice
Simmer the butt In water
j' 1 cans gt. until tender, according to
39cpkg. wrapper directions; drain.
Gently heat and stir together
t l the Jelly, grenadine syrup and
mustard until Jelly melts;
: _ LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER stir In lemon juice. Pour over
'I' butt in small shallow
a pan;
WITH PURCHASES OF S3 OR MORE bake in a moderate ((350 degrees .
r ) oven. baiting a few
J down produce lane times, for 20 to 30 minutes.
Slice and serVe, with the
f ,n4,tf; FLORIDA GROWN glaze.WEEKDAY

t :' Household Bleach Frosted cookies LUNCH yield
\j" AVOCADOS double chocolate flavor.
CLOROX r. 49ct Creamed Eggs on Toast with
: Broiled Bacon and Tomatoes
(Limit 1 please with purchase of $1., more) Chocolate\ Chocolate Rocks Rocks Beverage

1,1' I I F&P Flavorful U cup cake 'flour
each Vi teaspoon baking soda

1ge SLICED BEETS #: 3 10eMuss.lman' 1/8 Vt cup teaspoonsalt\sugar' :

l/l cup sour cream r
T ngyAPPLE I squareI ounce) unsweetened "
,
chocolate
I dairy specials 20:5. melted
SAUCE 4 51
.. sj1/ On waxed paper, stir together
.11. Com on PRICES EFFECTIVEj" the flour. soda and

Margarine ..........I,!,. 29' MONDAY, TUESDAY, Very Fin. stir salt. together In a small the mixing sugar bowl and,

I I f .i ......-..... "-t..FIeY... WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ;/,'1'UBIIX.... ; D Prune Juice .. .. .. .. . . .. . . . . . 3 cote,t.. $1 lure sour; cream.stir to blend.Add flour Add melt mix
Alf 23, 4 1964 .I t blend,
I to
: 3 49' V ed chocolate; stir
\Yogurt ............ ,illtll ..... Chicken of Th. Sea mixture will be sticky Drop
I Y1 1 by level tablespoonfuls, about
i 0 Chunk Tuna . . . . . . :, . . .. .3'genee:1 1 Inch apart on a buttered.
I aI ;;j : frozen foods _. ..ov..O'. VOLUMI NO. T Uncla Ben's cookie sheet.ISO Bake degrees In)a moderate oven

1 (now Cray 0..*.. PARTY PIE BOOK Wild about 18.minutes. Cover with
: 4 ". 0 tnV'rI\ D :; chocolate frosting and serve
Concentrate $1) (
.. .... IJW VOLUMI NO. IHAMBURGER fresh Make about 1H dozen.
\ Uncle Ben's .
I S'a'e c., On... AND Good recipe to use when

I.J r 1 Concentrate I"uR: 49 20 VOLUME BINDER HOT DOG BOOK D C urry Rice. . ..,. . .... ..,., ? ..... .? 6.pll*.. 39I. there's a little loured leftover cream commercially

i' M_'. Ge"".aCk..M1. 39' Uncle Ban's FRIDAY SUPPER
'i II I ...1, 79' only I 10. "Tomato cocktail sauce for
Cake ................."eon:!: 59' D White Beans . . .. ... .. .... . . . . pll,: 25* seafood has unusual flavor

', ; ri I lpT.A IOO IOO Seafood Tarragon Cocktail Sauce
;I : I IOO I00 FRIEa ENJOY THE Cheese Souffle Green Peas

; !I I J" Oreen Stamps J" Green Stamps w. Fruit Potato and Sticks Cookies Bread. Beverage Tray
I ..**.. >WI W.....*.-4ll ,
I ( I DR. WESTS MAUD OR MIDIUM e MACLEANS TOOTH PASTE 1 cup tomato catchup
TOOTH SHUSHES <=
WHERE SHOPPING Y cup tarragon vinegar
.. t i ..tiie.,I. .69c.. nM/ I 1 teaspoon dry crumbled
;' E1oooooooo oo Q QQII B 8000000000000000008] IS A PLEASURE f JJJJ / I teaspoons tarragon prepared bOlo
tled white horsersdish
j
( Stir together aH the !Ingredients
Ii lli1 EXTRA5uVV UUU5O 50mli lSA IXTRAIi cover tightly and chill
t FRE[: 50 IOO FRee IOO / MA R K R T sI overnight; or longer to allow

ff1I ; J" Green Stamps! J"I Green J7/ 's flavors to blend. Serve with
) sip', t I I ..,a aq.W.a..b... ..<.. < I ...,..._.Stamps........_.. I / Green wa/a._.Stamps.....,........ .O seafood cocktail.: Makes IN

::1, I ...1".i GLADE rm.r.PIMM DEODORIZER.Mtrn,1 rural SMKM Z Maxwell House Instant Coffee JOHNSON'S FREE WAX "TEEN: AGE JAMBOREE
liie 59c 10.... Jar $1.49 refreshment when
reg. % %$-0. size 99e Pleasant
..... ... .. .. ,
w. Mm IM. WN" -a INI ...1.. Will" _4 IM/ the youngsters get toiether.
I H I I Ir OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I'ND ouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuou Q OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Make-YO u-0wn Tray. Sandwlcn

Potato:Chips Pickle
r : ' I TIA 50 PRB"R 5o !50mlpT'Am50 PRICES EFFECTIVE .IN Chocolate Cupcakea Mint Shakes


f i 1! rom'iw ...stamps.. _.. J"( Green...........a.w stamps... I Jw Green M.d ,."... Stamps TAMPA, PLANT CITY tt Chocolate quart cup chocolate milk Mint syrup Shakesi
t INSTANT TEA DOW OVEN CLEANER *WI"'S rREMIUM llU"LAI Peppermint extract ,
3, ; lisa 89c LINK SAUSAGE Beat together the milk
-I I re size 89c 12-oi. ,. 49c to **
pll
, BRANDON chocolate syrup and 5
NOT .. IM4 1"80000000000000000008 "\ extract
-of
ElillH.O..m.ill1moEJ SQQOOOOOO drops peppermint and
;
+ / OOOOOOOOO 1. U made' ahead, cover
chill beat Just before ser*;
'
VENICE aiINIYpompelan ; .
+ I",. Makes' 4 large servini'
,
ideal swift's r as lIeedr '
Increaeeicip.
w. Reserve .
i\ olive oil dog food I meats for babies Th. Right : h_ r 7""'"LEVER 20A

T. Llmk DEMO.
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a..1.. 21- 3.49't:: 379'::; Quantity I "ilOfl" BECKER
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The 6ONDC'l V. rice, FT.. son? Nov. T, 1964. 11

\ High School NewsBy games. The final game was of Ai:n? a are.-gatha--j\' old ,

I played between Rivervletv clothes and
", 'i.t\f.! I fixing them so '

# and Sarasota, with, Rlvervlew they can be given away. They I f
.bCLASSIFIED I.p SUSAN MURPHY and KRIS LEETtCeyettesvs winning to become the champions. ore also dressing 24 dolls for

,. Key Club r The club winning two out of the Salvation Army These i I
The next GAA will will I
Christ
activity be given away at J
The National Honor Society the three contests will win
be basketball Intermurals I'
ii Brain Brawl the Brain mas. r \
ADS sponsoring a Brawl.
'
Real EstateIN Misc. For Sale Services' between the Key Club and -o- which will start in a week or They are selling cookbooks ; ,

CASH RATES Keyettea Nov 2 during the Future Teachers elected '0. for $3 each. The girl selling I'I

BAY POINT, Nokomis a PLANTS FOR SALE MELODY Second period aisembly. their representative to the -- the most cookbooks will receive I,

bedroom home, rent or sell Grafted Gardenia . . .1.25 BABY SITTING SERVICE The two club will competeIn state convention at the meetIng Keyettes elected four new a salad cookbook (ra. 4
1 12-Word MinimumONE Only $05 monthly) Phone 488 Everbearing Lemon . 1.25 VENICE FLORIDA three different areas They held Oct. 28. members last week They are I' ,,

1231. Calamondln . ....1.80 PHONE 488-5518 will be: The members selected to Mattox Marilyn Linda McPherron Fond, Susan and Senior Ad Day was Oct. 27. I : ,;

INSERTION Strawberry guava .... .50 MATURE EXPERIENCED First, a test of the academic attend are Sharon Hauke, Sue Janice ,Wade. The formal induction Ads were sold to the businessmen : I

8c Per Word Lots Coral Vine . . ..... ., .%5 SITTERS knowledge of the clubs, Miller, Lynne Corbett and of these members of Venice and SarasotaIn I

For Sale Shore Juniper ........ 75 LICENSED BONDED with questions submitted by Kris Leet. support of The Warrior, theVHS II I
will be held Nov. 11.Keyettes .
Pygmy Palm ....., 2,00 up INSURED the teachers on all the sub The convention will be held also the annual The goal set by I : 1

[ AND 'THURSDAY VltNICl KKllDI-Nc" s Cocoa Plumosa .... 250 up jects. Nov 19-21 in Clearwater The Hootenannies held sponsor other tha Warrior staff was $3,000 11; I. I
SUNDAY )VEKItl every
BUSINI8BI Dwarf Second but it is
Carlaia .75 each club will tell now expected that
" '' delegates and their faculty t
OWNeR LOU at 7 in the 'I
70c Each JACOBS. 4M-WI1 Norfolk Island Pine ? 2.00 Pets tags (gold for Keyettes and advisor will stay at the Jack lym.Monday The money p.m.taken in sales will be over $3,500. i "
MELROY'S NURSERY blue for Key Club). Each
WE NEED MORE GOOD tag Tar Hotel. from these hootenannies is :
LISTINGS IN THE CITY Laurel Florida RED POMERANIAN, female, will I represent one vote for the The delegates will hear I cI'
Word deposited in scholarship :
Etch a
h Additional' OF VENICE, BAYSHORE, Turn'east at Laurel Road; 1 years old. Wonderful pet club The club with the most speakers from the state of Fund that will be presented to :2: : :t!) 0""
and turn right at 3rd road. Price votes wlU be the winner. The
GOLDEN BEACH $50 132 Castile. Florida and from Japan.
I GULF the school at the end of the
Alf-Cap. ....... Y
act In sale 'of started lastThursday.
Arato tags "
Li ...... .k a oham. of II ant SHORES' GIVE US A TRY. 3 PIECE CORNER DAVEN They will also take part in year. The next one will l be 32 C ) ;

fl MOl, for MM ,.-..*. M two a BYRON MARKLE, Realtor PORT, 1 table, 3 piece rattan Legal discussion groups and hope to held Nov. 2 '
for ta*. (Mtrttof. Utjrtafler. Third,' at half-time each come back with CO .
4884708 new
,.... of set with table many --
A iwa. .a woo a matching 2 PUBLIC NOTICE club will lead Its
ode ,.. _U..pOU. .dd..lfhd. 2-step tables, formica top, 36 Pu..u..nt to See. 1(4, Cod at 0. supportersin and interesting ideas The Future Homemakers t tI.a.
....... inch dl..._. Cllr of Venice, hen, also. a pep rally. The side with -0-
Rentals china cabinet, 8 dining ...tie* that tajcee for the ... of the loudest supporters will be
DISPLAY chairs, twin beds, complete Itlt are dut and parable NovemVer the GAA held its first Sports I

CLASSIFIED with matching dresser, nightstand Clark I, IISI City at Hall.., offlot Vnnlot of FkirUa.the Cltf winner. Day, Oct. 27, when it actedas I GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION :l

Edition per inch $].OC c STORE ROOM or Office and chair. 1 Bahamabed HARRY W. KAOER, host to three other schools, .

)oft nt Editions, per Inch: ,$3.50) building, W. Venice Ave, ,. serving table, formica Puolletl )1'...-CI.0.'r.el..k.1M4.. Legal Booker Sarasota and River. !iii .: .'
Call 488-0916 or 488-1347. top, complete set'of dishes 2 view Each school broughttwo I Member Chamber of Commerce ::
_. planters,' and IN THI COUNT .VDnKS COURTIN volleyball teams and
LINER ADS many other AND FOR aARAROTA COUNTY NOTICE: OK INTENTION TO DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE '
ROOM FOR each "
team
RENT. Excellent Items Call for appointment, FLORIDA IN PROBATE REGISTER riCTlTlOUS NAMI played three

$1.30 Per Inch neighborhood Ph 4883853. 611 Alhambra Rd, Ph. 4081154 f. Ret Bui I.W,.*W1NMIX ft'WILIIAII .h.t Tht the underfilled? art eondiictlna-do htrebr Aplerrt rartlfy Heating and Air Conditioning f\ \

NOTIrc OF'RN'RY Vila. Florlila. ".d.. tht II.'IU. LEVER 20A Heating Air Conditioning Installations
3 BEPROOM House, nicely : OF ORDEPt DE ..,.. of HONEY POT RANCH and i

CANCELLATION or furnished, very clean, long Mobile CLARINO NECESSARY ADMINISTRATION UN. oat).uld. pm.firm,..tompootd wbn. ..at.msad the fol.No DEMO. [ Gas Ranges w Water Heaters I I
or short term. HomesBY To all hev.. .., elalme
NPC. Phone poreont f or placet of reeldenot ere at followtiiAlfred "SOB" BECKER
ADJUSTMENT 4883681. lemanili ualnet tht eilau of WIL- 5,,.. US Harbor" Drhre. Free Estimates -

quest for cancellation .' OWNER Franklin Trail IIAM W and WINlill aaeh of, dweatadtTon you art Itoreny, Veniceeleheel O On. Ile Ole O.k I JUSTICE of the PEACEPaid No Job Too Big or Too Small

because of 3 ROOM APT. furnished 2 er with Cabana and Patio. nlnletratlon otlfled, thai ft an the trier oetate detlarinp of ;Wll ail. Road. Venice. ( political id,.) 263 So Trail, Venice Ph 488-2271
t adjustment error of the biilitee known I
blocks from' P.' 0. Adults On beautifully landscapedcorner JAM W. WINNIE:.. _-. at un.'eeeaeare u HONE POT RANCH .If at fob| I
mad for
be
Thursday ...
aft only. No pets Phone 488-5615.: lot In lovely restricted I h e been .rod br thtHonorablt lown
JOHN T. ORAHAM Jed
NDOlIER BEFORE 5 Alfred Buenau. M ft tint
p.m park. 2 bedrooms, 2'baths, of tht Count T Indr.e Court Raraeota Michael G. 6.,'."), fit pro ...,.
I Monday; For Sunday GONttLIER 2 APARTMENTS,' furnished, screened patio, awnings, Cant laid riorl-la. Th. total run valnt It i li our Intentlii I lo en..ly I IJ the
of eejtatt 000 dttermlneil to benone. '
) I
Clerk of the circuit (ourt In mid for
BEFORE S pm. on On Dona Ray By year or Chrysler Air-temp Air Con- Sail order vet made pare.ant OworI.wM. County. ,rla-
tiurtdcy. season. Boat dock and flsh- ditioner, with or without fur 10 "'. petition therefor of I at... old) a...PbrHONEY: POT
MARGUERITE: B WINNIE. Hte Not .
RANCH andrr the of
provlilom Chap.tr
log For appointment. call rustlings. Wall-to-wall carpeting Bo. 11I8 Nokoml.. Florida, sod. Dr I 10MI, Lawi of Florida.. AoU of
488-4893. Has to be seen to be W. W. WINNIE, Jr, 1401 H Btrert 1011
Phone 488.3125
ap-
NW., Apt 4M. Wa>hlnirton" IT. D.C. Wltntet our hande Ala 10th Sap of 1 ;t
preciated. Sacrifice for $7,500 GLAIR AND DEAN ,
SLEEPING ROOMS.. $1200 cash, complete With furnishings a,, w. E... I..... Jr. Dotaba. lace ALFRED 8UEREAU. /

Houses For Sale per week. Outside entranCe. Call after, 4:30: p.m. P.Attornen O. Ixa for tone Petltlonere. Nor.MICHAEL 1. b. 11, tt G. \l8t.GERACK.PubO.ht <: +
Nokomis Ph 4883912. weekdays. Phone 4881168. 117 Ne .. Bt.,
V.nla, PbrMe
Pnbmh O.t. n. 101.. I. tad
16 I. NOTICE Or PUBUO HEARING
CITY OF VENICE
SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT. f
Nokomis MOBILE HOME OWNERS NOTICE OK INTENTION TO VENICE AIRtb'oRT ZONING
On beautiful AVI.S Large living room with fireplace RICOIBTEIt FICTITIOUS NAIlla:
Bedroom 1 Bath home unfurnished $80 per CAN SAVE INSURANCE Th. ..d..I...... do h...... Mftl', COMMISSION .
Not It hart rfven that thou.d.
with Florida room .living mo. "yearly ,lease. Close'to $ $ $ WITH NEW MOBILE .that,d poSt.. a..ondrtng,.pair .aril.::. ::.,.aircraft. ., ..."..... a> and aonatltutlnc ..

room with fireplace, diningroom hopping centers 720 Golf HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE Mu.I.lpnl Airport, P O Bo. II', JOIN: Commlaflon appointed' 'by tht
AIRPORT ZONING BOARD
,. kitchen. City, water, Dr., Venice. Call 924-8619 collect -. POLICY .Venice..... of PETTB Florida. AIRCRAFT under tht a flctltkrae RADIO FOR VENICE: AIRPORT pennant toChapter

newer! sidewalk, ,paved after S p.m Exclusive with Edge-Van SERVICE, and that Hid firm .to compooed 111. Florida Sututae,, 1MI
h. tonpletad their preliminary report
of tht following whoetnamet
penont
itreet. Beautifully landscap* Oradale Agency and placet. of oldie art atollowat roooramendlna tht boundaries ofUit
ed. A real buy at $12,000 GOOD LOCATION. Suitable Example: varloua aonta. to bt ottabllihod for

O for office or small shop $ 4,000 Broad Form Perilson Vincent Venire P Florida Fette,,Municipal' Airport 0..dopid.aid Airport thtrrfor and tht. which retulatlont aald proImlnary U- ;f ,

ulf Shores Brand new. Call 488-5324 or Inquire 141 W. Coach, (No deductible Bra A. F.)).. Municipal Airport, rrport U on flit and .available .
for Inipaotlo In tht off) ofho
Venice Ave.BEDROOM.' Venn-. Florida.
oil! ,to golf! coUl'e.a d on wind Mark V Fete I IT Batt Avenue J:., City Planning Director. at t6.CS .. '
.
KICK, _:2 bedroom,' :2' 0500. 2. HOUSE, furnished _ or hall) OwnoreblD Venice. Florida of FetU Aircraft Radio Ise,.Hail. h.I....Vwc lMnI.an.o. Florida......p.nd..... e i.

Carafe, carport heat and air Laurel.' Florida 1,200.On Contents (Includes s....r .a .a fill., Vln.-t F. Petra d
ronditlonlng, fireplace, des Theft at no eiTTpi M ja. Fria. ..re.: Mat V. Noll. to she clvtn that.., a public'").
room. $70 monthly. No pets or Fette, SI hearing will be held on d preliminary
%!
Irlc kitchen with dishwashernd children. 488-3916. additional cost) It to applr to <. report at the City Hall In Vice When is the best time to "
"ot.'rg ,
disposal, screened porch. 400 Additional Living Clerk : alt Court In and tae ; .Florida on tht 11th day of November
1064 at 1:00: p.w/ at any i
SaraeoU ,
raftlatertht
Florid.
to
(Nice landscaping and fruit ON THE BEACH at Casey Expense .Id a.atlm i.f Fetto Aircraft a adjournment thereof from day to day), 1
trees. A good buy at $14,900 Key, 1 and 2 bedroom 10,000 Personal Liability Radio Senrlco inder tht provlelona. of at which time and place. all)I Intendederaoiui

. apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 250 Medical Payments Florida Wtt._S"'u"our hpidy.a.esoao 11th d., 0' : may appear to be hoard thtrt"into -

VENICE GARDENS and $1,200"Call Don Heath, PLUS other extensions of I ._. ua/, DAVID t th day HAMILTON of October,Chairman 1M4 buy a home in Sarasota County? ;
VINCENT' P. Jl'E'ITI,
i.yeprs-old. Well under bank 488-2191 or 4898988at coverage too numerous to FVA M. rrrrr: :, TALMADGB PAUL A. YOUNrBERG S. THOMPSON.A. DR.. ,

ippralsal. 2 bedroom, t mention MARK V FBTTB ..d .onetltutln. tht Venlot
J 2 BEDROOM houses nicely $57.00 per year In City or 5.0a Fcttt Aircraft) A Zonlna Commlailon. ,
baths,. large Florida room, ....... Airprt ;
.
.
furnished. Walking dls- parks Publlttit t. II. IMi. 14
central: heat and air conditioning : adjoining Slightly OcU II <> No* I,1 1M4
lance to beach; Utilities included higher outside of fire protection
Plus refrigerator IN THE: COUNTY lUDG!!:'. COURT
freezer washer and dryer Fishing and boating IN AND FOR IARA OTA COUNTY IN THa AND: FOR COUNTY sARAsoTA JUDPES COUNTY COURTIN
THE ANSWER IS NOW !
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
drapes and rods, rugs, Yearly'or seasonal 488-5127 EDGE-VAN ORSDALE IN RE, ESTATE: OF STATE REi: OF Eitate FLORIDA.ofELIZABETH IN PROBATE.IN -
AGENCY: FLOYD ALLEN GARDNER,
mower' and garden tools. ; MATE
FURNISHED APARTMENTS DtMtaod Pnhatt File N.. 7107NOTICE
lit W. Venice Ave D w ad. Caat N... tllT.
Unusually nice landscaping.Priced reasonable. Walk to beach Telephone 488-2289 TO CREDITORSTO NOTICE OF fNTENTION TO MAKE

at )1S,900. and shopping Call 4883447 l HAVING ALL CREDITORS CLAIMS AND OR DEMANDS PERSONS tHARGrB.Notloe APPLICATION( J"OR FINAL C18- ''n addition to being no time like the present to make III important

FRANK C. RAEBURN, Evenings: 474-2569, You AGAINST SAID ESTATE, d.cidon like buying home, conditions now are tapecl.lfy favorabr.
art hereby notified and required .
Realtor Situations WantedNEED flit any .l.hn. demand which trail d."'......It ae berry axectttor. clvtn of the that eet the..l...of. To begin with, the,.', I greet supply of homes available new and

Venice Ave. !nay FLOYD 0..g..t ALLEN:the GARDNER Eatate of, ELIZABETH MATE deceeetd. h.. used . take your pick. After you've made your choice, see a
Ml W.
Phones 488-1800 or 488-2849 Wanted To Rent Deoeaaid, I late.: of Saraeota Count, filed a and petition final)for dl..h.an order.... herein of dhtt.bolln and Sarasota Federal loan specialist: for a 'low coat homo loan tailored
ORGANIST In
AN Florida the offlot of Hon JOHN that oa .. let day of Deoember'r 10 needs I
T. GRAHAM Saraeota County Judie. your
Phone 4881791. 1"1 h. .III) to The Honorablt
BEDROOM Itt BATH, Venice RENT OR BUY or 3 bedroom In tht County Court H... at Sera. 350. T. 0nh.app.. County judit of !
lnl ate Florida within) al> calendar
Garden., $30000 down, 2 bath, South Venice MALE COOK OR CHEF lookIng ........ from the date ,., the fntpuhllr.tlnn ) d Rar.ota N .m:rl'far Florid.\ final, :r.h'ZV'LOUIS ': I

isiume $11,700 mortgage Ph area. Phone 488-5471 for second job. Can Each Cain of thla or demand Notice) mu.l ... I..rltI. LARRY MATE!:, JR.,
A. ]Inrotor of tht Pisa ofEllaibrth
S847U. work breakfast and lunch ... nd I. duplicate) I ....n .'... MaU, d.........
2 BEDROOM ... ..
FURNISHED he plaot or Id. and poet if( A. Bradford Sm,thIf *ARASO1AC
house near beach for 4 Present job dinner cooking odd,.. of the Claimant) eh.II .bt 'Ii11
MlunAww/
SACRIFICE In Venice, 3 J2 years in business. Don't 'wom to b, the Claimant) ha ....t or Venice W., FloridaAttornee _IM&R S f
bedrooms, 2 baths, screened months, or by year. Phone drink. Phone 474- Sla. auornry eh.II be accompanied bra fbr Executor GDGG 3ad l
porch oversized double 488-4345.: smoke or Ills flllni fee and any rah flalmr ):: l'\'hl.h. Nor. I. I. H. '1, 1M4 'I, ,
1383, or 75 Wmson. Ave., En- demand not to filed eh.ll)) 'bt voidrht savings, and loan soelatlon
,
garage-workahop. AU rooms flllnt fee may bt added to oh..mans
glewood. of claim. and claim) forma ...:,
very large. Lot 100x150 Business Personals ', obtained from the County I."" .. LEVER 20A I "
Was $24500 now for sale I home 0 ffloe.o '
BOOKKEEPING at or
ELIZABETH: !: OARDNER.
only $17,500 plus Title Policy DEMO."BOB" DOWNTOWN GULF GATE VENICE I
your office. 23 years experience ae E.wutrio of the Eitateof w15051Mtpat50.
Owner must sell. Liberal TYPEWRITERS and Adding Write Box 2, Laurel. eeaaad Flood, Allen Gardner. 0,- BECKER imuAMUKEi unwiujnawaroiim 4tfAUHIAMmDISTINCME \
This won't Machines (mechanically operated !
financing
Attorney t JUSTICE of the PEACE 1
) Chemically cleaned
BLAIR AND
last so phone right now DEAN
like new Just $12.50 plus Wanted P. O. Bo. 167e Paid political ad*.)
NEAR Help 1'1o.ld.4.to. 'r
SHOPPING} 3 Venice. .
: All I makes
If
parts required ...! for Eieeutrll. --------- '
bedroom I bath home, Venice Stationers 211 vV FULL OR PART-TIME dance P.0)0.0) De tl. 18. It. No.. I. lIatIN

dose screened porch, big lot Venice Ave 488.8113Dresemakm8 teachers .." eded. Training TAE COUNTY lUDGE" COURT >>E LARGER d i i1Bi
to schools and shop-
available. Ap :y 1233 GuU- IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY '
Ping center nearly new, a alterations, FLORIDA IN PROBATE: ,
fine home reduced to stream Ave., Sarasota. IN RE!:i ESTATE OP Real Estate 1
ete. Reasonable, CornerJD
draperies, R gf/ HELL L HIATT
$112000. 1811130BOOKKEEPING MEN for Bottle and Bulk Oas Ctoeaaed NOTICE. TO Probatt CREDITORS Flit N... Ttil I I

HOME: POOL BOAT- Deliver Living in Venice TO ALL CREDITORS' AND "PERSONS
Another steal, 2 bedroom Income and Englewood area. Will HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS I

tame with pool, and HouseBoat Tax State-Federal Wage train right men. Myakka L.P.Gas You AGAINST art kereoy SAID notified ESTATE' and:I requiredM rI

on canal on Lemon Reports Personal Typing, Ph. flit any claim, er demand which you SHOPPING
East Laurel Road 2 BLOCKS FROM CENTER
,
home Champion typist e.I ha. ....1... ... E.t.. of5U5SELL
Bay. Lovely home was atoy your 488.6784. L HIA1"1'. I INTERESTED ?
at 123,000. now a steal 30 years experience: NominalFee D.a.d lat of Saraanta Comp Like new CBS Home Bedroom. 1 I'/j' Baths -

H. W I -
1400 DOWN Banyan Drive Venice Fla Money To Loan I. the County Court Nona at Sara. Hi m mer *
and easy payments 488-5254. w.. Florida within) el.t.ond... $12,000
buy a nice 2 bed Phone mat." from tht dateof tho dint INSURANCE

room home, 1 bath paved BUSINESS OR PROPERTY publication sorb .,. ,of thlc a. demand Notice.tht .. mum .0. twdtnt REAL ESTATE AND FOR RENT Furnished Cottage right on Bay, tnelud-

itreets curb and gutter, SHEPARDI I Loans Unlimited funds .d I. dolls..! .hall' ..a Agent for Western Union Telersph Ing utilities. For couple. $125 per month. ,I

near Golf Course Venice available. Personal appointment plaot' of reeldeneo I Cl.lm.t and poet. officea )) 0. Monday thru Friday 9 to S; Saturday to I '
!:ast. See this and learn the I LUMBER CO. arranged. S.M.,, Box =-III> : :: C.Im.t.I ik = t aha HAZEL I I. CONN V
''ow 746. .... .h.n .0. _p..lod hr CLOSED SUNDAYS
price, owner anxious. II.Tl flllni fee and any rah ..I.Iwr .10. RIAL ESTATI BROKER GALS B. DUNN Aadaa '
N. Washington Blvd demand not filed thall 'bt: void
LIVING 1003 eo
MOBILE HOME The fI))lln) fee may M added. to tbt HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TAHIAMI TRAIL NORTH Of ALBEI .D. NOKOMIS, FLA.PHONESt .
-We have three mobile ,Strfiot' Autos For Sale amount of .'.1.... and tlalm forma maybe 5... lU-1141 .... WSIM4When
iomes In Nokomis East onare cellELLIOTT .if obtained. from tht County Judge. .

lots and Boat Docks, PAUL FORD RANCH WAGON, I floe.BLANCH! E. HIATT .t

uilt on sections as large as 958$350. Also 1961 Harley Di- aa a u i"Si.K. Peeaaied tht EelattW r I r i f

he tnoblls home. One 1s TRUSSES vldson, XLCH, accessories, Attorney, DVPLU POI IALi nsase.u i iPURNSRPn il
"", 10x50, owner In boa ROOF 800. Phone 4741029. 141 Stinnett.N, Tamlaml Surrua: ,Trail Korp, Paja FOR RENT DO PEOPLE !

''i'al. How about looking athese Alum. Window* & Doors V..... F.rd.P.hkhi SSTs rOI
for economical Flor- Confect Roofing PalMIng 1957 :PONTIAC new tires ) Oct. II. II M. No*. I. 1MIFLORIDA Efficiency ;.' m... Ilr I

da living Phone 488-2132 Venice new battery power steering IN THI COUNTY lUDGE'S COURT Furnished Ita Completely t READ PAYMENTS TO "MT FEDERAL 'I p
NAND POR SARASOTA condition. '
ESTATE: TO SETTLE and brakes. Good ; IN PROBATEProbate l lease, and office .s lte. A-1 at.r.L .a .a ...ra t I I i
'>fust be settled /by October $500.00. Phone 488-2430 88 So. N 55, PJIpAT OPErNst. condition. Both SMALL ADS? ':
location and 5U'SIVS
MAY YOUNG.B YOU : ea H _. '
:7th. 4 lots. Venice Gar- Venice Blcd. .... .. .. .a I
flit N. TIM 216 S. 1111. r.e by .wane
leas Sunset Beach and 2 Misc.. For Sale NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Toole Building, tatww .... 11 ea 5.t
1964 RAMBLER AMERICAN I ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Tamlaml( Trail WELL .nm. ., h t "
n Venice Groves. Make an sedan; Under 3000 AMINO. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS \ li
)ft.r' CHERRY -Drawer J-door tIAINBT SAID ESTATE, j I'
and make some man'Y. SOLID ( f U
Chest, ''$75. Phone 4884374. with miles warranty.Priced to Phone sell $1650 Owner.00, to Totj file M aay kereby alalm. or notified demand and which required yoejmay GULF REALTY YOU ARE!' MARTIN S. STANCIK I, -1t,! I IWm

SMALL. DOWN PAY. havtj _I.., tho Eitate .tftthol UALTOa I
COMPLETE SCUBA equip- Venice, 488-3239 May Too Deoeaead late ofSaraaoto rV Toole/ Reg. Broke
tENTs!: and Financing: makesAlko fine County;.J'JI In the offlot) .It ;t Pr.. A... ,
Best
''vaQable en manyof our ment. of Horn, JOHN SnraaoMOonntf Phone 488-4738 4.54445 1 6
' spear, run 3'months old, Ph Juda., !a tht County Court
Ungs.'YRON.' Used Trucks Bonet at Baraeotek Florida) within. all
after 5. _
' I8-498T . .. month from th* date ofrem j
MARKLE.. Realtor, of tola Notice,
Ph. 488-4708 GREEN PAVENPORT. USED TRUCKS Each ailleaUon: Itmand aim: S. I. GULF SHORES E :
roll-a '... sod I. Qep11. .0.11 .tee. I ;
Q.E.
lounge, chair SPECIAL PRICES ::sire. d eld.. .i: J pat off.). .
SNICK J bed vacuum cleaner electric ON I-WHEEL JDR1VBOOUTS .. the Claimant thai) 1
GARDENS: '
way ? Porch Electric -
Range
kitchen Stool, two .worn to .or the Claimant hie. e entor 2-Bedroom. I Bath, Garage, Screen it
moll, 3 bath, central beat, beaten NEW MODELS hai. bo atoompentedy and Refrigerator. Close to Beech.: This comfortable home YouConsult. t,
r conditioned I $13,900, Ph. hoe racks. All in good con- IN STOCK a II.tte.alarail, and. any tuck I d
:
H471 ditton. Reasonable. Ph. 488- WEST COAST e4im,, M dtmanl' cot to filed ahallbt on en BO'aISO'I Lot for Only MI 'I"
rid. Tho flllni I fee may ke added
8200.ONE. to the amount of claim, and claim I t'' t
BEDROOMS, 2 Baths near TRUCK SALES irmt may be eeulned from tho Oou*. $11,000 ... I ;1
SPACE HEATER. Good .... tr Judiroo of Hct.THEI.MA "
Gulf. By ,Appointment. Ph. : Ml H. uklnrto. a. : N EI8S.tt ,
,8JJ17.BEDROOMt. condition,,$38. Ph. .a8--221. Eiocutrbi of tht :i.t.a.. I f
DAY. AND'NIGHT SERVICEON IRUWBfL May Totu|.. Ptetatld. FRANK RAEBURNREALTOR'

Florida room" FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS ALL MAKE TRUCKS, BROWN,, ,
yl Bradford
"wporVutiUty room. Land- Fuel oil deliveries. S4Hrten FARM EQUIPMENT A A ttoraey j-. -1. I 4
Standard V Beak Sid*. I .
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Md. ready for occupancy. AUTO'S.' COMPLETE FRONT Pw.e F1oride. Av* Phone '

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12-The GONDOLIER, V.nic., 11a. Sun., Nov I, 1964Li

r Venice Jayvees Trounce Charlotte Tarpons, 26-0 Ir J ,

,,11II' I Indians Remain Undefeated Venice High' junior varsity was followed by a successful yards and Stahl added one extra Charlotte to 10 yards rushing ,..
: posted their first football vic- conversion boot by fullback point to make it 20-0 at and 12 yard. passing I I: -
tory in two seasons of play Rusty StahLIn the haU. Score by quarters: ]
at Punta Gorda Thursday the aecond quarter halfback The final tally came in the Venice . "" .. 7 13 0 6-,26
i.1 night when they trounced the Lorenzo Davis scored fourth period when Dalton Charlotte .. .0000-0
j' After 13-13 Tie With Brookside Charlotte High Jayveis, 26-0. twice on runs of nine and 38 yards passed to Morgan for 2} --
The Indians fielded a Jay-
COLD PLACEST. The Indian "B" learners, WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.
ace 'team In 1962, but were
The LI'I Indians of Venice ter a Barracuda punt that ground with Curry and forced to cancel last year's PETERSBURG (AP)- coached by Bob Hedrick, RAMBLER DODGE ,
I II, Junior High School came travelled only 26 yard., the Schepp doing the running. schedule due to the manpower It was only natural that Mrs. racked up 198 yards rushing 115 S. Temtaml Trail 481-396S-04RU1SO, '
..l' from behind to tie league- Ll'l Indians failed to gain on Venice ground out the yardage shortage The 1M2 team Wyoming Mrs. Margaret and 109 passing for an impressive SPECIALIST IN. . 't
leading Brookslde 13-13, the first two running play. to the Brookslde 25. Here lost all five games played. Mickelion of Big PIney total of 307 yards.
t" Thursday afternoon In a Sara But then came the big play Jim Clements took over on This :year's team is now 12.1 I Wyo., should win the cold The stout Venice defense held ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC- COUIPMENl'
1' y'''I; ota County Junior High Conference : with Steve Schepp taking a a fourth down and four yard with only one game remain- water laundering contest in Brake Repair Lubrlc.te Chawla
1 game at Sarasota' pitchout from David Erb end to go situation and went the Ing. That will be at Southeast the Mrs. America competition LEVER 20A I Front End Alignment/ Oil Chang
I : Ihrig Field. lofting a long pass to Pete remaining yard. for the Tuesday night. Front End Overhaul' Adlusf HMdll9hts dem
4 For Venice it was their Gurda for the six pointer. touchdown. He appeared to Venice took a 7-0 lead In the Big Piney, with cool summers DEMO."BOB" Wheel Balancing E1actrfClI RePtI"
second tie of the season with Gurda was all alone on the be stopped all along the route opening period when quarter. and extremely cold BECKER Engine Overhaul Any Automatic '
l' a victory sandwiched between 13 when he caught the ball to the goal line, but was ableto back Steve Dalton and halfback tender for the title "the na- JUSTICE of the PEACE Radio Repair and Tranimlnlon or RMir"Stand
: the two deadlocks. Brookslde end he ran the remaining di.. shake off all would-be Sam Morgan hooked up winters, Is a perennial con- .... '
lPald politic*! ) I Alrcondittonlnq Repatn' and
In bntalletton
that
: also remains undefeated with tance without any opposition. tackler. Curry added the extra a 62-yard scoring play tlon's Icebox. I
f a mark of two wins and a It was the first score registered point on a plunge up the
I tie. against Brooksid middle to tie the count at 13. ,, ''-''' ', ..., .
1 time : ,,, ,' .' ,,' : ;'
Venice scored the first this season. 13.The "
t I' they had the ball. Takingover An attempted pass for the Ll'l Indians controlledthe < i -
on the Brookslde 19 at extra point was batted down, ball the entire second
but Venice led by a 6-0 score half but were unable 'to 1
: : with four minutes remaining muster a scoring punch.
;iii ; Rella Beighey In the opening quarter. I They were held In Barracuda
Brookside took over on territory at the 36 In the third
I :: L"'VGAVinner their own 20 after Jim Clements period and at the 25 and .29 1 A PARTISAN STATEMENT OF CITIZENS FOR
kick went into the end yard linea In the fourth quar-
4 Rella Bcighey was the Class rone. Two running plays gained ter. Brookside was never ableto
f : A winner In Wednesday'sblind 13 yards up to the 33. get beyond the Venice 30
bogey! tourney at Lake Then Craig Robinson went up during the last two period.
) Venice Golf Club with a 77. the middle on a quick opener Although the Barracudas
Pacing the field In Class Bin and raced unmolested to the gained 127 yards on the two x '
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u the HERBERT FIELD
Lake Women's P. &
t Venice
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'. Golf Association sponsored tying touchdown. The extra icorlng play. they were
{ event were Marie Relchard point attempt failed and It tl net only lit yards during because
was 66.Ward the game from rushing
and Olive Arnell with 73's.
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Curry took the ensuing of the numerous losses
, Tops In Class A In the nine-
Brookside kickoff on administered by the alert :
I I hole division was Thelma his own 30 and ran it backto Venice defense.
Demarest with a 40, while midfield. Schepp was held Curry again paced the Liz
I. I with Edith Westfall 36. won In Class B for no gain and then Curryran Indian offense He netted 86 I CHALMER L. COOPER
,. a for five ;yards to the Barracuda yards in 15 carries for a 4.4
45. Erb fumbled on average! Schepp was next
L I for an the next play and the Barracudas with 32 yards in 14 attempts
had possession on their or a 2.3 average.

I enloyableGOLF of i 46.Robblnson carried to the 50 Thursday Venice travels to meet to the Sarasota Dread- t FOR SARASOTA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
I day | and then Tim Patton went al aughM In n 4 a.m. contest
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I the wav on a play identicalto THE STATISTICS
I TRY the 67-yarder ran by Rob Venice B'sld t
I : SARASOTA i, nson. This time the extra First Downs 7 5
'GOLF CLUB point was good and Brookslde Yds. Rushing 140 119 1 be of .
waa out In front, 13-6. Yrs. Passing 50 22 WE BELIEVE That Sarasota County can justly proud its school The excellence

i ', GREEN 53 00 Poor PuntA Total Yd. 1 of our educational system has received national recognition. ..
FEES . . . . six-yard Barracuda punt Gained 190 141 !
Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. I ate in the second quarter Pass Att. 3 10 4
,., South of Sarasota | ave Venice the ball on the Pass Comp. 2 3 WE DEPLORE The destructive effect of unwarranted attacks on Sarasota County's.
\ ".. or Ll'l Indian 47. Sticking to the Passes Had
Int. _ 1 2 ::1 educational program.
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Fumbles Lost 1 0 ;

I': t ; VOTE Punts Penalties 0 0 2/16 5 r- WE SUPPORT Continuation of the objectives of quality education and a c a d e m i e

Score by quarters: freedom. We believe that bipartisan support for Herb Field and Dr
I Venice .. ........ 670 0-13 .
ii't 't, ,; I Brookside .......13000-1 Cooper is the best assurance *f continued stability and progress
Scoring:
V Gurds, 49-yard and j t;
\ ; WRIGHT pass ,
run from Srhepo; pass for Dr. Jack H. Crow Martin I. Moss Frank L: Gibson:
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i l extra point failed.BRobinson
I' t ti' 87-yard run; Ben H. Hopkins. Jr. James\ D. Neville Tonyn J. TwitcheD

,i' N )p4 conversion B-Patton attempt, Ed-yard failed.run; Robert B.,Van Skike, .Jr. Nellie M. Davis Fred W. Logan

I ; pass Clements for extra, point 25-yard good.run; Lawrence B. Lehman Mrs.. Newell Gurbada Dr. John W. Gustad
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j'j'I Curry ran for extra point. &1: '
.-It Jay Saphier :;;;! Stanley W. Jacques Gilbert Waters

1. Harry N. Waldman a Leo J. Belsito : ,/ Wayne HibU
PlentifulIn
Doves <
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. Emmet Addy Mrs. Henri Goussirat t.- William A. WyniV;
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Clark T. McConnell Mrs. Veda Kelsey Alan M. Ore!!
Hunt Area

Charles E. Stottlemyer Martin R. Harkavy Laura Cooper ReixUna ..
I II Large numbers of dovesare West H. William
present on the Cecil M. ': John O. Binns Jack Meyer

I L'r'I Webb Wildlife Management Mrs. Frank F. Smith Fred Woltman Mrs James F. Grant. 4
Area fields near Punta Gor.
da, Larry Campbell game r. Albert J. Ronnick Walter E. Anderson Joseph B. Cramer
biologist and hunt manager, '
reports. t D. William Overton Philip H. Hiss Ronald E. FeJgin
"We have lots of doves, and
need more hunters to keep :, Charles R. Walpole Kennett F. Potter Robert F.LexowEdward
ROBERT M.L the birds off the Dr. Richard Georgiade Frank Folsom Smith A. St
i lying during shooting hours, PhUCp "

i WRIGHT Campbell Shooting said.day. on the' Webb ",,- Kenneth J. Waite Rev. Charles H. Ricker Maurice Jailer -' ,'-

Area and are each Wednesday Saturday after-Sunday > Arch Wheeler, Jr. Mrs. Arnold I Kraaymes Jacob Nalven'

: i REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE '" Weston,E. Burquest Gerald E. Ludwig Harry Abel

1 '( Aladdin Movers Mr Anne E. York Joseph J. Steinmetz Furman C. Arthur
; County Commissioner!
United AgentAladdin Hugh Wes all Dr. James E. Paulk T. H Jones

I, 'f,:, ''i 9 (District 5)) at Venice Moving Municipal and Storage Airport -. Dr. Dunlap W. Oleaon Dallas W. Dort Dr. James M. Miller

j I i I 4 It's not how much money you spend has been appointed an Edward J. Siebert Lee Furman A. J. Zeb1.

t 4 I'I but HOW MUCH YOU CAN GET for Inc.agent, of worldwide United Van household Lines Dr. Warren B. Spurge Dr.: Warren Kelchner David Gray '
il what do spend!Iif goods carrier with headquarters
J you in St. Louis. George F. Higgins Irving Vendig David Seeger "
John M. West Aladdin owner
I 4 i said that In addition to H. E. Josselyn Mrs. J. P. McCall Mrs. Betty ZabU
household goods United also'
; 'L LET'SVOTE specializes laullng. in commercial Dr. Leonard Buschman George J K. Page H. A. ROMMurray

.. United Van Lines has more Mrs. Lois Steinmetz Dr. Wesley L Peterson LebwoKl! .

''i s I CONFUSION AWAY---- States than 600, Canada agents in and the Mexico United Woody Jones 'Mrs.. Harry C. Hine Mrs. Eleanor HodginaErnest

and 100 others in Africa Asia, J. W. Shepard Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter' Smith
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I 1 i votf Europe end South America.
I I Dr. M. C; Fischman Carl C Strode James D. JohnstonMrs.

1 1\! ''I NOV 3 LEVER DEMO."BOB" 20A. Mrs. Elizabeth Lambie Dr. Samuel R. Warson i Wallace Norton

i i j. pAi Y BECKER Rolland L King : Leo Scharf Clark W. Fulton

.1 'i I (Paid Political Adv.) I JUSTICE of the PEACE Gordon A. Holmes Dr. John Whitney MacNeil Mrs. Nell Stover
I Paid toHtkvl ....)
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t; I W.: Davis Parker Ralph Wolman Mrs. Louise Floeth
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Dr. Preston Knapp Robert R. Anson Irving Veieig

,. I1ri: } f< LESTER "LES" PIERSON Glenn E: Potter Glenn 'M. Pratt Mrs. Harry F. Ginrin'

I John D. MacDonald Latimer_H. Turner a Jack P. Green

: I i REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE Dr. E. Robert Chable lton.C..Jonee. Dr. J. Watt Shroyer,

1 TAX COLLECTOR Adolph Frankel Mr .Barbara Ingram ,'. '. ,Paul R. Sauve -,. ,', k

r t Edward W. Beattie, Jr.. John";W.'Shoemaker; Mrs. Walter E Anderson
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i 4tSARASOTA COUNTY Col Eckert ,. Edson '' '''*
Maurice Stearman .John P. ai) '. E. Foster

t I ,..- j Letter Pierion will open a South County Branch Office Mrs. Jack Crow ; pr. Richard L Harter '. ,- !" Mrs. Jay Saphier .'
I i A ,,'I I NOWI! He I. the candidate with SOUTH COUNTY ;
t SERVICE in mind. Richard C. Tesar William P. Carey . Mrs. AzeDa Cox :;. .- -, "
1 Year around maximum, available services will be ;' .
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i I provided to reiidents and business firmi elite If< Donald L Johns John W. Mik'd. Lester Saphier ,

I letter Pierton will correct the unfair itiuetion where William S. Boylston, Jean S. Glendinning Parker C. Banzhaf '
i UNPAID VOLUNTEERS are operating a COURIER
? tI 1 SERVICE to Sarasota to obtain IJcente platet for 1. Dr. Robert C. Steele M. E-Marable! Bert Brosmith
LEVER 8B
Venice Area Residents '
"! ( David Cohen Harry G. Hartnup: Mrs H. N. SeweD .
ELECT LESTER PIERSON YOUR FIRST REPUBLICANTAX f ,J

t COLLECTOR i *M I., ay Clfl..M. feHwl, PtU.M, ) sal OrC..rr, ((0))'-.'lltrt'' W..,.,TieaieiwIt __ .

HELP BREAK THE 20 YEAR ONE PARTY DOMINATION! "fitf

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