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 5, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00248
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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. prac/.y/ l:45pm 7OO.m l','lh" HIGH LOW :; 1
ll(32pm 6:10pm ,I,
fnunday 12:11 am 7:381m ,i i "
,2:32pm: ,7:361m '
Frid.y 1
2:4Jpm 6:4Bpm
.I:57pm.6:2apm! > 1
Friday 12.34am: 8:14.m ', '
Stlurd.y 3.27pm' 8lhm 3:34pm 7.06pm
6:40 pm 1 "
Saturday 12:59 am 8.54am '
I 12.27am 9.01am I
Sunday : '
ssA 4.29pm 7.18pm Ii I
Sunday 129 am 9.39am: I
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I I S.fnQ the Fuhaf Growing Are.. on Florida'. W.d Cold Osprey, .Larval,. Nokomfa YenIce. So.tII Ytnke"" V.nh. YMIfce E. f. Englewood l, North Pori C1I.rfott.

20.. Nil 17 12 PAGES srzxrBEa, tax AeeocrArEO areas 'I

Democrats Take Four Posts : f fOP

South County Election 11:1: I INGESTLINES

Republicans' generallyswept p

FM to victory in the six ,
_, : South County precincts excepting wr
four contest in which
jj the GOP dominated voters
crossed party lines to elect
the Democrat candidates.

Democrats elected out of d td
an otherwise solid Republicanslate
In the South County in-
cluded John W. (Jack) Has of
son over O. M. (Gus) Nelsonfor :
the State Legislature,
Ross E. Boyer over Millard

a t (Jack) Knuckles for Sheriff, ,
Y)4a Charlie Hagerman over Lester 1
Pierson for Tax Collector,
4 and Paul Taylor over Walter Y :

-, Calger for District 2 Constable \
Two out of the four upsets ,

were no surprise These were r hr hr I'
the re-election of Miss Hager- I ,

man, a perennial winner and ,
Sheriff Boyer, who begins his ,
fourth term with Tuesdays

win.Hasson t
also could have
been expected to win as the I I'
of voter In the South County at Tu'- of voters stretching) from the fire station clear to U.S. 41, Incumbent, although his opponent r'
By'i election probably were at Precinct 7, the Nokomis Despite! the long (lines throughout the day, however, the also is NOT SO APPARENT I

If* *station This picture, taken about 9 a m., shows the lint Precinct 7 polls were able to clot promptly at 7 o'clock. /in the area and throuihout// tide the building wit 'I' I
the county as a waiting to cat their .
ty commissioner the Venice Civic f

HS I Honors Walker Case state representative.Taylor Vote Close places In the South ;r I

| Homecoming Taylor, a longtime Nokomis < characterized
resident, failed to chalkup tion, with some : I Z I
Before CourtA such a large plurality over log to wait as much :
his opponent as did the Democrat hours to cast their I
hearing was held before candidates in the other The last voter in
teacher Class Of 46
Circuit Judge John D. JusticeIn three races. The outcome of for instance Is q I
SaraSStiTyesterday on the this race could br changed have finished balloting.L'I'; ;
legal efforts to Mr. and Mrs when the absentee ballots are minutes after midnight
f f la,5 autlm."'how toIttaf 'Uvlt1e..w11.! '.be- the crowning: ria Odom, Pam. Payne, .LIx Arthur Walker of South VenIce in and- counted. than five hours after
* $Jhe 1964 Homecom- of the new Homecoming Smith and Melody Wendt. to keep their South Yen- Long lines of the six polling closed at 7 o'clock.
Court and honoring Miss Queen at a semi-formal dancein Football captain Ray Joel. ice Home. DOLIER received 1
i Moore and the Class of the gym following the son and co-captains Bob Son- The hearing was on a petl telephone calls i
will highlight Friday game ers and Bruce McDonald will tion by the Walkers for a review day Tuesday from
Iht'i football game between !Members of Court be crowned HomecomingKings of foreclosure proceed. era who termed the !
I Venice Indians and the The court includes Alise during the coronation Ings gainst their propertyby "ridiculous" after
Imetto Tigers: at the VHS Angel, Sally Capasso, Janis ceremony. Senior football Walker and HalloweU Inc. stood in line for '
diiim. Curwood, Susan Dear, Jackie players will serve as escortsto of Safasota A decision had ing from one to several I
Climaxing the annual fes- Fann, Sally Huston, Domet. the Homecoming Court at not been reached at press Longest lines were l'

the The dance.Homecoming parade time. >E >E >.- ...- ,- ..... (r..... tr.
The Walkers' case has beenin I.
)ktober this year will Include 20 en- court since 1961 when they
Buildingown tries. Each class at Venice returned from
Michigan to
High School will be represent.ed their newly purchased hometo A ChoreENGLEWOOD How South County V
with clubs
by a float along find it had been sold at oted\
and organizations such as the court order to satisfy a $44'' \
Art Club and Cheer.
) .1 mechanics lien for an unpaid
Slightly leaders. A group of "Injuns" Voting in i
lumber bill owed subcontractor
on feature.horseback will be a parade The Walkers by a, who Precinct of a Nine daylong took on chore the aspect 81 NATIONAL 8 7 I 9 Z1 Z6 t.r::: Toai::: I

I paid cash for their home, long lines of voters queuedup President Johnson.Humphrey (D) 619 827 791 493 628 408 3606 12954
pile building construction for October reveals only IS Big Parade were not aware of the lien. their at the I
The line of march for the to cast ballots Goldwater-Miller (R) 1182 1103 116' 176 932 250 808 20673
the City of Venice Is still permits issue all month, with Recreation Center Building.In J
ahead of 1963, it took apt five of them for residences gala Homecoming parade will order to avoid lengthy V.S. Senator Epessard L. Holland (D) 852 882 753 511 333
tennis k :: m m f
drop in October. The totaling $61,200 The balance step behind off the from Civic the Center courts at 7 Circus Sign waiting In line, many voters Claude 10, Kirk Jr. ( ) 1001 873 1041 616 256
niorporated of Sara- ($18,850)) was for alterationsand
part arrived early at the polling
p.m. Led by the high-stepping STATE ;
fa County was Just the rese addition. Venice High School Band, the place between 7 and Sam. .I
however, with October Last year In October there parade will proceed east on Going UpThe However, such a great number Governor Haydon Burns (D) 696 827 699 461 637 353 3473 15195
word month, but the coons were also only five permitsfor West Venice Avenue to the > of residents heeded the Charles R. HoUey (R) 1136 1014 1135 736 838 279 5158 18215 ; ,
Hill behind on the year. residences but each house "vote early" plea that many
Trail where it will head southto biggest sign In town is f
House of John W. Hasson (D) 903 741 777 660 705 311 3997 17893 ,
"According to the records In averaged over $1,000 more Turin Street and east to scheduled to go up out at the of the early birds did not Representatives G. M. Nelson CR) 771 778 962 372 624 271 3978 12817
office of Building Inspec- per house than in 1963. the football stadium circus this week. I reach the voting machines
Guy E Curwood, a total Although this year's Octo- An innovation at this year's The sign wilt read "Ring- until shortly before noon COUNTY t.
r.D 9550 In permits was is- far below the Homecoming festivities will Bros Barnum I Average time in line for the
and Bailey
ber figures are
Clarence J. Stokes Sr, (D) 348 659 618 371 404 30' 2805 11684
County Judge
'd In October as compared for the first 10 be the Introduction of a Circus Arena." The capital! voters at the polling place at :
average John T, Graham (R) 1130 1079 1213 742 913 282 3359 19370
WW8 the same month In months they are away aheadof I Grande Matron or "honorary letters will be four feet tall, 101 North Orange was an I
October 1962 when only mother" of the Homecoming the smaller ones three feet. hour and a half. Sheriff Ross E. Boyer (D) 952 957 799 637 781 308 4434 19831t j
I"to total' for the first 10 $32,705 in permits were Issue. Court. Selected for the honor It will be at the eastern end A mix-up on the ballot occurred .- Millard Knuckles (R) 196 909 1047 559 615 283 4209 12285 I,
"His of the year, however, There were only one $8,000 this year is Miss Moore, VHS of the arena, visible from on one voting machine
e mathematics teacher, who when the name of Paul Clerk of Hardy R. Albury CD) 457 688 473 344 308 298 2528 9595
nearly doubled the same permit for a residence (a U. S. 41, and will be spotlighted J
"lad last has taught at Venice High at Taylor, candidate for Constable Circuit Court Robert W. Zinn (R) 1186 1090 1223 718 910 277 402 2065' ,
year with $2,112- model home) and one $8,000 night.
J In permits for 1964 as permit for a commercial longer than any other faculty A smaller sign will be in District 2, was left Tax Collector Charlie Haeerman (CD) 1123 1302 1108 718 878 367 596 22494 f
'Nat $1,100,839 in 1983. I building. The balance, $16- (Continued on page 2) laced at the western end .of off the ballot. The ommlsslon Lester Pierson (R) 819 623 731 471 403 240 2987 9801 \ '.
was not noticed until late In
In 11 the
analysis of the figure (Continued on pare arena.
)4. >* )E I. the afternoon, according to'Irglnia Supervisor of L. S. Bullington (D) 115' 10" 620 358 414 307 3811 10375 J ,
Meade, Sarasota Registration Mary J. Orr (R) lUl' 1057 118' 709 861 281 6248 19460 r ..
County Supervisor of Regis-
tratlon. Mrs. Meade said, "It Prosecuting Henry L. Walliford (D) 640 784 642 419 843 318 3348 14093 'j
was a human error and I am Attorney: Robert H. Stah1schmldt (R) 984 8" 1035 623 711 258 4506 15854 '

very upset about It. This Isthe Co, Commissioner Roy B. Graves Jr. CD) 660 753 631 434 639 315 3332 14893 ;
first time anything"like District 1 Bruce M. Crlssy CR) 957 838 102' 613 686 262 4381 14948 I 1 i
this has ever happened
Following a call to the at- Co. Commissioner, Glen R. Phelps (D) ) 679 686 577 402 501 295 3140 14401 '
orney-general's office she District I Leslie C. Miller (R) 840 812 1074 633 744 268 4571 15188Co i ,
advised substitute '
was to Commissioner, Masel C. Huston (D) 1188 878 712 421 723 291 3811 12931 ; i
ballots for the balance
paper District I Robert M. Wright (R) 994 8'1 103' 689 610 270 4440 16101 I 4(
of the day.Taylor's
Republican opponent lid of Pub last Forrest R. Freeman (D) 670 678 580 390 518 289 3025 11149 1T
was Walter H. Calger under District J Herbert P. Field (R) 1011 942 1064 616 736 2M 4822 18461 .,tBd.
voting machine pointer
22. The omission of Taylor's of Pub Inst Cha1mer L. Cooper (D) 629 670 609 394 499 303 3104 13808 1 \ I <
name affected the positions District 4 Harry W. Frazee (R) 959 1140 1044 621 765 252 458 1 13334 J

of following namfs of candidates Hospital Board W, Gordon Adams (D) 642 673 648 369 448 281 2859 11168 i'' .
on the ballot strip, as Kenneth D. Brumbauh (R) 1038 9241085 841 78' 262 4733 17052 : ry
(Continued on page 2) A. O. Anderson (D) 621 64' 631 378 435 294 2804 11142

Arnold J, Funk (R 1 1 784 257 18141William I ''i ,
hl hlIE
i b : :g : m m;
Y J. Scheb ) 467 290 11045 .
v WeatherHigh Lots C. Mundy (R) 1093 1048 619 361 898 26' 4184 18827 !I' .
Alvin C. Wilhelm (D) 681 643 1136 659 430 282 3711 11881 t
r Low Rain Gilbert N, Parker (R) 1010 8961069 832 768 263 4036 17126
OCT. 28 82 87 .00
OCT. Justice of the Peace, Robert K. Becker (D) 620 659 661 117 612 278 2847 28t7 1 I
29 83 86 .00
OCT. 30 82 60 .00 District J E. S. Raymond (R) 1018 1051 118' 667 845 274 6040 5040 , If 1' ;3

OCT 31 85 61 .00 Constable Paul Taylor (D) 6071072 670 317 780 274 1700 3700 Il I
NOV. 1 83 83 .00 District J Walter H. Caier (R) 881 63' 907 648 488 231 3690 31100 I .
NOV. 2 78 81 .00 It
NOV. 3 74'84 .00 Surveyor J. Lewis Cobia (D) 553 878 480 311 433 252 2710 12477 f. ;/ .' a
RAIN FOR OCTOBER .88 R. Paul HanseD (R) 896 787 899 859 872 237 4150 14100 J' '

1 ILL BE QUtEN-Candfdat.! for,Homecoming Queen. Payne, Jackie Fann, Liz Smith, Susan Capasso and Dome- ] 8th Annual '1st Federal of' Jerry': SHOE COMFORT SWEET, JUICY Florida 4 1 4{
Wl ay "nlght'i 'gridiron eontesf between the In- trta Odom.. A tenth member of the Homecoming Court Is Swift's FRYER PARTS Sarasota ORCHID SHOW Saturday -I SHOP, 251 S. Trail, ha I Orange 5 Ibs. 49o at Kwlk ; h "

''"* end the Palmetto [iger, are, from ,left Janis .Cur.ode .. Swan Dear,who_was absent from school the day the picture sale at Publix fit Venice : and Sunday at Lido what's good for your ailing Chek in Rlalta Shopping p

Sally, Hu.ton; Melody 1 W.nslte! Alias Aflgel/ pas WM t.k.... Shopping Canter. C98140u 8tttaloja ise 'lAter.INLET ,





_I _."r 2-U. GONDOLIER Vsmce, Fla. Tnurt, Nov 196
! A
:. Obituaries II Englewood Voting

.i I City Building Down
from 1) :elide vote in their protest amendment, nu,
CHARLES A WREDE Swanson Jr. of Chicago and ( pegs against the extension of time I the ballot, fell HkS
: ,I (Continued from paeU In contrast the county'" had Charles A. Wrede 43, of Edward C. Swanson of Fort to their numbered deslgna for the Second Gas Tax. This|margin 84'1 to by .
: ; 705, was for alterations and the biggest month of the year Lakeland died Saturday at Pierce + I it tlon. Solution of the mix-up I .. Ho.
q additions. in October when 225 permitswere Lakeland Hospital.He Funeral' services were held : Involving the use of paper ;;:
: t I Issued totaling $2,439- was reared in Venice yesterday at Rawles Funeral ballots will have to be re-. : :
I I rn. YOUR CARWe 658. The fact that many of and was the son of Mr and Home Chapel with The Rev solved by voting officials following
the permits for residences in Mrs T. M. Wrede of Nokomis Edward L. Dtnldns of Grace further investigation.
heard of an idea used the county were for new pioneer residents of the Methodist Church officiatingand Following tho area trend,
homes in the Venice i' He had made his homein Precinct 8 gave Goldwaterand BLALOCK
I area area. Masonic services by Venice <
for while the
'I( quite a now by elate the JAMES T.
the Republican AGENCY
j 1 city of Santa Monica CpU en encouraging. sign for local Lakeland for the past several Lodge 301, F&AM. Burial majority of offices. Republicans INTrnAuranc (:
1 I -, ell" years where he was dl will be In Montrose Cemetery
j the forma problem, to tight of Despite the county record- rector of speech therapy atC in Park Ridge. came out. on top In all I .
traffic ac- breaking month in October, h 11 d r e n's Rehabilitation but two races.Democratic candidate for Eafobn.Aed
: ; the figures for the first 10 Ranch. WILLIAM E. DENTON Ross E. Boyer topped 24J W. "2'
William Edward Denton, 80, VENICE
months of 1964 Mr. Wrede was graduate
J : are of 745 St, his opponent, Millard : VENICE,
111 : i from Venlce-Nokomis High Liberty Englewood FLORIDA
below the in
Blair Gibbens same period
] was found (Jack) Knuckles by a vote Select' and
School in 1939 and from FlorIda Consuls
't thought up. 1963, with $14,994,267 this home '' '" of 647 to.859, :The other l Democratlo PMONE) pendent Insurance 8ft fa
Southern College in Lake .
this i punishment year as against $16,153,174 victory was In the Agent n *
land.. He member ot .. 483-6791 would Doctor
: : Traffic last year. was a wood 18 race for county tax collector, your or Laws
; _._. _. ._u ,:speeders cano I the Florida Avenue Church O f Washington. where Incumbent' Charlie
BUI Phillips earn a so.uu Christ, a charter member of 1'\\ '"J. .
was In . Hagerman buried her Republican
; I. discount on fines if they will! I" ALLEN Imperial Polk Masonic Lodge He j opponent Lester Pier-
was a :
sit through a grim motion Convalescent and I and vice-commander of neer and a t : -" (') son, 718 to 471. -,
'l' picture in color called American Legion Post 4, al .
1"." "Sig He was a Biggest margin of votes
I Home : of Lakeland. '
nal 30. It Is a documentary Nursing wood was garnered by County
1 } of real-life smash-ups taken 24 Hour Hurting Service Survivors Include his widow -' ian Church .; Judge John T, Graham who
II II :I .. to the morgue. It Is so ghastly Phone Venice 4881702 Mrs Irene H. Wrede; a munity Club exactly doubled the vote
that many viewers faint 111 PONCI DC LEON AVK ton, Charles A. Wrede Jr.; a of Retired count of his Democratic opponent -
'f j. and need medical attention ..I daughter. Miss Karen Ann ployes and \ Jill' Nicol Clarence Stokes. Jr.
I i I., just from watching it, so Wrede; a brother, Thomas M. ton Lodge ; pout The vote total was 74] to
i I they provide an attendant I i Wrede Jr., and a sister Mrs Washington. help kick off to- 371. Closest race was staged
I I doctor and nurse. We doubt WATCH FOR G. J. Montgomery of St. Pet Survivors - light bv GOP candidate G. M.
f :: that many drivers will be I i ersburg. ward, of broom iaU by the (Gus) Nelson who edged John
I. careless for a while after see Funeral services were held a grandson, Club. Th. W. (Jack) Hasson. 872 to 6SO
'. ing such a horror film but THE ;, Tuesday at Gentry-Morriaon of canvass will on the House of Representa 225W, MIAMI AVENUE
we remember a definition of BIG Chapel 1 In Lakeland with The Funeral from 6 to 9 lives ticket.
an accident as that which, Rev. Gentry Stultz and The yesterday at The Englewood Sarasota r
t I after we see one we drive Rev. C. R. Carr officiating Home vote went against all amend
I carefully for a quarter mile. Burial was In Oak Lawn with The Rev: : : ment proposals except two.
I' I For added precaution the National { Cemetery in Lakeland. erhart of These were the Provision for
Safety Council warns 3 munity Continuity of Government and Experienced Assistance
that driving in cities at night EDWARD SCOTT officiating. ( from page 1) the one related to Allrlcu1-
/ I I is twice as dangerous as in MacDOWELLEdward ture Commission Duties i
I I daytime, and in the country Scott MacDowell ROBERT Voters chalked up a Isnd- Wide
: experience funeral
of at dincfon
: 48, Miss ,
Its three times hazardous Robert
as 76, of 429 Park Lane Drive
I of McCall l r I t graduating gives ui the ability and understanding
: in dark a. in daylight
j '; It's also Injurious to yourself died Sunday In Venice Hoe.pitaL died Tuesday be honored along In 1980-61 approximately 27 recognize and resolve the many problm.
I t and oocketbook to remain in Hospital. veteran teacher. per cent of Florida' college facing the family during bereavement.
A native of Milwaukee
., \ the dark about our wonderful A native of I be paid Miss age population attended col.
I Wis, he later lived in
Park C
he came to the singing of the lege. By 1970 this is expectedto
values, quality and service t
'. Ridge Ill from which city years ago at halftime increase to 33.5 per cent.
I he came to Venice four years
ago. Mr MacDowell was a
: I I retired stationary engineer er and a
FORD Y.S.C.I Survivors
and before coming here ,
1562 SOUTH TRAIL a summer resort in Wisconsin att eight
Phone 488-8787 for 20 years ;
He was a member of the ous Cashatt marriage Jr. : 41, Venice, the new ear lot next door to
Wauwatosa Commandery 51 gene W. : Ford Dealer in Venice I Is a branch of Na.

.: )88 Scottish) and Rite the Quarter Masonic Century Lodge H. Cashatt Auto Sales of St. Petersburg, Fla. and i il
!: gOlLQ eLg f gUlle1t 910rnat Club all of Park Ridge. Sarasota way connected or affiliated with any new
Survivors iodide a sister. of Fulton. Ill. car dealer In Venice, Fla. ENGLEWOOD
265 Nokomis Ave. Venicer' Mrs Jeannette Swanson; and Cashatt Mrs. i'.t1lll.'f
I two nephews, Arthur Paul lame( of In at the "WOW" lign or the lot next .

t Virginia to the Venice Ford Dealer on Rout 41', !!>aueesoils

I OJJ1iJ.) : elude ersburg.two .. You will find the best car buyi In South

ham and Mrs ,.
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291 Py.a
,. and two

laid: "I know whom I have believed" (III Timothy THINGS WITHOUT GETieeusTiniJe held Rawles : KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANT'S'

1:12)) Paul had faith. Faith is not something which we IRRRA ING In Englewood
i i possess, but something which possesses us! A parachute a Samuel
I i jumper always took hit dog up and the dog would mate list ficiating.Church ot S*

t' I ,ff'' a ]lump every time hit master made one. Why wouldn't STAYING services will
I, he? The dog had always found pleasure and protection d INTNERg JtttDAYPmare Lemon Bay
in following his master. Post 379.
., I Lemon Bay

Oar Services Art Aroihblt/ To All gardlen/ I ' '

Ii of Financial CVcimsfanceiLkauad

i Ui hdlau and Florida I B1i a.,he.MIh..t b, Edn.. .. I I:, !
In Funeral Business Sine 1932 1w. V..Ieo, I. D.

Ch.r..harlotui: ,..Martha....... .
I Ho* Vmlott, Jotia .
Helm. MunMll. E.. 411M5a'i'.
I Vrnleai KranMJi ; :
ors l.i / Soil
Ern ads at Olvind V. ", :{ :: Potting
I"I EniUw"""
|MO>. tale.Oat *
40% PEAT
: Mi Una
Mace, ..... .
Johnum, a.......... \frit g\
'",ors d. T.Hi....H.Von'.' | -60o TOPSOIL
I husk Vanloar
I J 1 onr N..P.. CMnrliuH Tartar li .... .
>wnn_ Millar, | 1

I VenkxNo... et 1'.1 . /2 BUSHEL /
deliver Gan. ela.L "
: V..,... Pomp w.

I.! :1 The emov W.'t.WII.B. 'IIIlt.ob.lI....... Ch.l4r Noko..E..l...., , 50 ib. Bag <

:1.1 big car with no junior I.Venket..,". Ph.I....... . 4 BAGsf1
Nor 11
RoII.. Crawford. r.g.

i j'J : Editions to compromise andar.r Brown. D.,Enilawnodi Rlalar North' Port E..I' % ;

p.nhovar.leal Murray. Wlroa a I :: $.1.37 BUY 12 BAGS . GET
: r1 Nokomlai : ,
/1 Ira l rharha. :

i your inuesiniBiit. Join NaiKr Ztarlar. J.41. 0.,.Vaie.Nov. .Kar.'. 1 Bag Free

naiutar. *. Von'',,.
i Chrysler for 1965 is a big car 18 feet of comfort, two tons oat Ml David/ -
Mair Tong,
11; of security. It shares its name with no abbreviated versions. Ennlawood.Ort.. Hi. Pour )

Chrysler New Yorker. Chrysler 300. Chrysler Newport-big. Tammla Nwd.sum, .Adklna._ i PLANTS

car names that stand for full value. We sell them. And when Oen.Get.. Bet Ooata z.t., ....... .

j I i you buy one from us, you know you've got all car under you.We're Hanford l Fnclawoodt I North..Port......... i GAL CANCape'

; .. II also men with a special talent for beatinganybody's Tfllman.. ,111 Saramta.Oeb Anna. | 97c
I. L. Cllna V... Honeysuckle .
I deals. See us. We deliver. CIDAA Vmloai..H. Uwln._ cocos
McDonald. ....... .
tiI _Donoath... vale.Na .. : M SAL CAN MULTICOLOR
I i I. Our Car .
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John 6...,, PLUMOSA
1 4 Vanleai Nor, 11 Anthonr Eathar 1 ; ROSE BUSHES 44cGAL
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i # $2.47

See your Chrysler Dealer-The man who delluers.


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i I I 1500 South Tamlaml Trail Venice, Phone 488-6745 Harbor Lights '

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The GONDOLIER, Venice. FU. That. Nov S, 't964-! I .
To ConsecrateNew

\oiarysDistrict Governor Saystord's Church 19 From. Area j i I' 1 ';'

Attend USF

/ Ills Can LOTTE NORTH- Bishop PORT James CHAR.W ",
Be Solved I
Henley of Lakeland and Fred Nineteen Venice area students f

L. Martin of Sarasota, district are among a record 0,. ; ,
still many unproblems superintendent of the Florida 498 enrolled it the Universityof L
'acre ,rt In this corn- H- Methodist Conference will South Florida Tampa, I .'
d and In conduct consecration services this fall PROCTOR SILEX ... I'
I 1. in our country of I at the new Trinity Methodist The number from all of :
,old. but-and sincere will men-solve Church Sunday at 3:30: p.m. Sarasota County enrolling at POP-UP TOASTER ,- ; ''i: '
will. el1n. Governor ( The church, of which the USF has Increased each year \ ", j J
District Rev Alva A Soldner Is pas slnre the manufacturer. \ .I '
McIntyre, of St university openedIn I lomoin American I
,:,rev w Rotarl. tor, was organized Nov. 18, 1960. The county number ,lit ....thl replacement' ,uaranteetShade '
.bun. told the 1 IF 1962 Increased from onlY two the [ wlettor. Can font tingle ', '. i,i
rhirsclny noon Ws of. : :! first year to 13 In 1961, SO In I illco of bread et well M two dice ,
was paying I \ will n receive I
( Ideal to ojlve at I
I Ivied to the Venice-No- Bridge LuncheonAt 1962. 61 in 1963 and nearly let e ,lit. \ ; .
Rotary Club and since doubled to 111 the current
I. :
VYC year.
Anniversary\ Tuesday Enrolled from the Venice
I 6-77
ternal, he gave a resume A t' Ae i i"h Mrs Carl Hoffman and area this fall are Kathleen SUS Value
tremendous growth of > F Mrs George Grassle will be Brannon, Charlcne Butler,
e hostesses at the ladies Winston Caldwell Jr., Joan
bridge : I
,Mod by Paul Harris, ago luncheon Tuesday noon at Carle, Joan Dillon, Eugene
businessman to pro- Venice Yacht Club Eddy, Louise Ferguson Jr, I'.
fellowship among a Progressive bridge will be Gary Howland Crystal Lee, RADIO
group of business as- 'f u I Iry played but foursomes are Pamela Lee Diane Lenhart, ., ,
it received Itse welcome the hostesses said. Carolyn Mitchell, Isabel Olds
,lei, the fact it rotated i y'H Either may be called for Woodrow Owen Jr., Norma I Wake I* nests with "the' famen General, Iltctrle' clack radio. F-ea-E1., 1
from | woke t. niiiif M clackYle.p.swinhsostesl ft I
each week to the reservations no later than Dunn, Paul Raymond Gareth
4 luck
eetings '
en houses of the memo r Sunday They should also be Walmsley. Mary White and me speaker. Fully ,.:;:1..j:.f;] !
"' tiL N notified of
s 11 ws cancellations Cynthia Wlghtman 01 clock.radla epees Oils way to
rube! was soon added to ea I r. ,r now Ilitonlni ploaiyro and con. rtwalenco #
deal of fellowship and It i

by leaps and bounds
,, Clubs are now funcn DRUGSTORE
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In 11800 communities 1777YALUI
125 countries aid their )1 Ii i
,bership is more than s'
1100 businesses and pro. U 00 DOWN WILL NOLI OY LAY aWAY UNTIL s0, 11, lIN
anal men McIntyre said ROTARY DISTRICT GOVERNOR Chauncey le in with J. Howard Vaughn, Ve.No club Restaurant Specials I -

phenominal growth W. Mclntyre (left) of St Petersburg loolti president. Mcintyre was guoit speaker It WESTINGHOUSE PHONOGRAPH J
continue, he emphasized, over the Venice-Nokomn Rotary Club bul- Thursday1 luncheon meeting of the club. .I
to long as Its standards I,
and its mem- FRIDAY- FomoM. Woitlnghom pkoM t,; ,
kept high the Golden Rule Its practice Rotary International Is one First Federal Savings anc I wlrh few ., 'i'
share service Rotary which through is brings a deep sense of per. of the club's most important Loan Assn. FRIED OCEAN PERCH .............. 82c j wide troph r "90 4'1--: ::: := W Y: 1
tlonal sonal satisfaction, he pointed services, McIntyre declared dual tapphlro styli III ellpeveesemides.ueomsels I t
SATURDAY- imiroffI .. f,, "I.
out. since no other organization is Indian totem : serves '1
Church Community service is as truly international or has as coats of arms poses, banners MEAT LOAF ................................ 82c I leap tarrying.$4f ''' !

race another outlet for Rotary service as great a potential for world story.books even. notice! SUNDAY- ,n VAIUI
to others, the'district peace. of unpaid dents Totem carving
I' governor asserted and its results The district governor also became a fine art wher COUNTRY FRIED STEAK ............ 99c [

dds Services are immediate when applied met with the various com- Europeans gave northwes' (Complete Dinner) 3599ens.
to well chosen projects. mitee chairmen at 7:30 p.min coastal Indians their firs Y
The international facet of the assembly room of the steel tools -
irtlnc Sunday. Grace DOWN WILL MOLD ON LAY- MMV UNTIL use. II sues
tiodist Church will add an

11 m worship service and SIZE-BOTTLE OF 100 |

i Mlule held.:M service p.m.The will service traditional continue to Its 11 to Come join the happy life ANACIN$1.25 TABLETS . 8ck f

he Rev. Ed Dinklns. pas- $1.19 SIZE-BOTTLE OF 100 I.

.,program said schedule the of expanded is "Mission part of wor.the tomben" at Trailer Acres: Caroid and Bile Tablets 76? '

that will continue '
Christmas holii .25 SIZE BOTTLE OF 24Merest .
ugh the $1 1
The 8:30: service has >11I1':1': ',,..,,,, "'OI',' .,! rM.w.wwrtMallIw Tablets Ik
n held In recent years in Allergy
er to accommodate the
reseed attendance during .1
winter months
special youth choir, died TOASTER-BROILER

by Mrs. F. Relde ti ..
'ey with Mrs. Harry Wil- -;;;: ;;;---;- ;-,. -, I FORWM Amorlcoa _.facto"'. .ttootov-Sapnatt ...... Toasts i I IItlkai .'

-II is organist, has been ..t. .. ef bread.! "
mired to assist in the : + I Irelh1, 1I.'b....
sic program for the serv- I ...I Grills a cheoM
s. Mr.Paul Stnders! "wtlli I tondwlchotl WarmI1 1 \
the eve- tweet rolltl I Gust..N..dl
i the singing for 4
worship strrice."he
evening service will
lure many of the old fave 8an
hymns and familiarsic
of the church This
re $14
vice will! close each Sun.v
alas DOWN WILL HOLD ON LAY-AWay UNTIL Die 55 1004 !
with an altar prayere.
The service will also .
i part of an expanded UDICO CAN OPENER &
ith program that begins atM
J tech Sunday evening
lit adult division of the KNIFE SHARPENER '.
urch school program will tiYtt /
lengthened with the or- r"a'AA / .
.s meN l "hv tMiMM Amrlc niBnufaeturf
illation of class for then "r"" e"' .
a t le> TM sake alaerrN ea ananw act YnINMxMnN
and another class for anal/nanh/ nu Owl had and
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M '
men, In addition to the I'X'In 1as IIe.1erM.judo OM ln.InwrN..... ewe./a roww.y .
g two couples classes si tb
meeting regularly. a S.x: drarR un .
d $21.95 '
Tu Wednesday evening VALUE l .
his> Study Hour will see the I II
k of Galatlons being die- I !
wd and studied for spirit-- sus q.wns wet sate as Lay-sway UNTIL 510.1L 5504 i

I enrichment. This
30 11 start pm meeting No*. 11 at ELECTRIC BLANKET jj/, 1 1.Y5e /

a TIM I MM dMta* SlMtrlo flank!*. '
Sixty million of the United oMMulM Otvbto M IMUm fPF.1tI" l
tes 300 million harvested : .* 100% sea,. MiNrtoolUaMmlOllH -. v l i, t
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!i produce for export. YM.M' .
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CAR Trailer Acres active people enjoying their freedom years among friends and neighbors who'd love to have you. a ,' F .;;;I

1199 $1'." Irf" ,, .
-'y- 'LUI ,
Trailer Acres was just an Idea. Today, ifs an Ideal retirement community of t
8IU Phillips Yesterday 01.00 DOWN WILL HOLD ON LAY AWAY UNTIL BIO 51. 5554 e
lots with paved streets, central sewer and water systems. Tomorrow . we plan ,

Jive hints for a woman spacious America's largest active retirement mobilehome community! MIXER I '
rlriee alone: Stop often, this to be (DELUXE PORTABLE

reich, have a light snack
lent well-Identified places Over 400 mobilehome sites have already been sold. More than 100 people are now en- Famon. Ledy Vanity delete'

"tiuranta Mop such as established joying this happy way of life. The retirement couples keep coming. And rightly so. They've oilier portable It mliar. .:.It..S. :P :e'"l; ) ,r,
hotels. Check car
" d will have saved as much as $1,500. They know values and y 1'r.t "eV"a-lorq motor Featvroil 1!
frequently gas, oil., shopped and compared; some ..'.... twitch. automatic \ j
ter in radiator and batty Trailer Acres offers. i. boater elector"heel reitand (
that \
air in tires Keep the appreciate the extras ., wall hanger and detachable I
doors locked. If tired, its fotd.
line to top. The Recreation Center will soon have an observatory second story. The fun games parties \ :1

>' 1980 persons we should in this have coun-243"lion and dances will be all the mertier. And with that much more lounge rooms for cards, hob $9.95 799 ,r

'7-and there should also be bies and just plain relaxing and enjoying your neighbors. Boating and fishing on the beautiful VALUE 1
::0 million! automobiles by with the happy residents. .
River continues to be ever-popular f SWSY UNTIL 550.15.5554
\al< time Right have and fish filled Myakka (I 00 POWN WILL COLD ON LAY
now we
.old bout. 80 million can on the And just a mile away are the healthful waters of Warm Mineral Springs. At Trailer Acres a sM s se $298 SIZE-12.OZ. BOTTLE 4

fed sign saying rO really know you're enjoying your freedom years. 41 milii S,,of Irodnton $1.67
: you 2* miloi S d) Soroiato GERITOL ELIXIR i
llmiUS efVonlooImHoiNEolEoglowoed
'RONQ WAY, blasting horn Why not Or the weekend The map on your right will guide you. The as

nil a steady beam from a OTrtlheDlriialfafro 1010 5 daily and Sunday. Ask for Boris Kaye or $1.00 SIZE-GILLETTE It

""ron Worlst'"int g way red they on light a are freeway now going warns the off owners Gene Grayson. They'd like to meet you. and will be delighted to show you around. You'II be Yes!'. TRAILER ACRf Right Guard Deodorant 57 H y''

'""Jip near Sacramento, Calif glad you came. Waterfront, | From $1795 ,
t a test to orevent motor- Mobilchome Sites from $1295 $1.13 SIZEFASTEETH f fi.

,.'Is'."from on ramps driving. A the detector wrong Terms: 10% Down Up To 5 Years To gtwe.d e..5. 68 i.. ,

"' t1ur"* on equipment Iwse es,.
v" .d. drives new ear. i
Is. .||<<|1 as h U s registered $1.98 SIZE

becomes a used car. But ; ll mg55 N. sfPuna. HAIRSPRAY 79
can show vou some G.rd. e e e a
,.''Y' good looklnaused I 11 mp55 PI. s( I
,, :;.ra at BTIX PHtt
. In Venire. Wawlak WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.
em" In
. on trades for new"fill '
w. recondition APMUI471M0)) Federal Tax Where" Applicable '
To Be largest
'hem Mi Planned
and them out for The Trailer Park k .
'11.. Bee ems 9 J
before twt buy I I'I
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,. GONDOLIER V..Ro::". FI.!! TVirj., ,, W.. 5, 1964 Scouts Pass Hiking Test I

t1 The People SpeakTo Eleven members- of Boy Jones; Bill- Domka
r Scout Troop 121 spent the Lat. Bob Mallett jJ Mtq
weekend at Allen Ross Campat Surge and Bennie Bear, blbp
The Editor: peoPle eagerly accept and reiterate Before we are carried away Silver Springs and passed They were accompanied
i40Rlp4 At the very time when we, this kind of drivel i. any further on this wing of their flve.mlle hiking test Scoutmaster Don Hauck. ,S I
e as the good Americans w. all evidence in a recently published righteous indignation how while there. George Spicer .
think we are, should have letter which scoffing!]P about a great deal more self- David Haucke, er. The troop fa aponsorala
been making a determined. refused, whatever the writer'/a/ examination. Did the recipIent Bill ilal.rT Britten. John men of the Venice-Noko I
fort toward a logical intelligent personal political convictionsto of social security consider Soldon, Dale Spicer, Geoffrey Methodist Church. \*
and self-restrained evaluation accept the word of thi ALL factor before he
'.\ of the campaign issues President of the United Stale.s made his choice Did the 5K AMERICA'S"BLACK ==
(if that is the word), the candidates that he was unaware of th anti civil rightist consider
/ and our counrty's future sexual aberrance of an aid what is good for ALL of his MUSEUM"&JSm.or
never has there been. who was after all, a general!y countrymen before he voted? ,, VI8l'1' era '
I i IIDIBD or TIm ASSOCIATED PKB8J MEMBCB or TIn n.oalDoPUg ASSOCIATION In my judgment, a more total respected married man and How about the employee who : r.utl
.1 I abandonment of good father of longstanding and has been dishonest with his NORTH PORT CHARLOTTJ
The AMoewt4 PlH W.rd..w' .Uta.d a. rw tve.blr.u..1a n aeon./ sense on the part of so the sophomorio reference to employer and the employer ADMIT ENTIRE FAMILY."Doi'l"
::0.: : : : ;; many .
; ; ir nol MMrwlM n CC ass .beY. p..a.sbCb.a b. .. .Cbw.t .P.bICCM.. $1OOOD
it .-.., 4t .... .... people in making their decision an Army non-com' ability to who just got through cutting I Ior
Tb..tin ... Yr.l _tol ..._t .t .10 .__ C aereeatd sad ti ........_ YI irrespective of the election spot an odd ball recruit, is !in I a sharp corner or throat in CRARLOOTI roil ONt FULL AND n.IAUlOToOOU I'OR RF5IDRNr(_( ;;: :
I pr..lp I t.biddw. Yspt lor ."tea __ result. all due respect,, depressing.Is the name of good business are. W.ala 0ta. Pp..sss Cu4Ior .. ...
I. Has the Image of America this the information thata How OBJECTIVE have they N.N., ,had ahti.
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Fvbltek Cnrt .M Tlu.d.p "Pre. UHa a 11'1' A. if'to' Thto" . ,
.. been enhanced during the democratic electorate needs I been? Did the Income tax e.a? oWoI.
EnMra PYad.
SvoM a11. At Pact OttIM "t Pwra
I past year? Was the cause of to arrive at a thoughtful determination reneger consider HIMSELF OPEN DAILY & SUNDA YS-9:30.S: Phl

I EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher democracy, of which we profess T Don't we perpetuate before deciding? And can weassume POLICE HALL OF FAME

I \ COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager to be so prideful, furthered "Big Daddyism"when that physician who I.underst.ndably d.
by the divisive and hyster.Ica we insist on holding one con e e r n e
:I\ SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor attacks on country government man responsible for everything with the effects of "socialis -

;. ROGER KILBY................................... Mechanical Superintendent press, clergy and wrong in the world? ed medicine" on his wallet,
q I both political parties? Could Does one corrupt senator and who might have heard Mobile Home Owners Can Save Insurance
.1 the aims of legitimate conservatism mean that all Senators and about the rare colleague who
I ? : SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $i.25 per year $3.23 per six month, 2.75 or the Republican Representatives of both parties practices fee-splitting or padsan $$$ With New Mobile Home

'I : per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county |8.25 per year, $4.23 party have been advanced bya are corrupt? How does it occasional insurancecovered owners Package Policy Exclusive with
I .. per six months $3 per three month presidential candidate who, follow then that one or a bill, has judged and voted
Aavortiuni Rrpr*> t.u. M Flo Ma fnm hrm Gohxntta. fib Lmmrimm M_i KvNMnutl while preaching ethics and few, governmental employees a* the unselfish conscientious Edge-Van Orsdale Agency
.. .. ,
r M 10/ York. N I I AU. Co.I Owiott Kick.
; morality, accepted and even should signify the immoralityof American he Is? EXAMPLE:
t courted support from extremist a whole administration? That.such a rabble rousing
Perils Coach
Broad Form No
organizations some of Aren't we childishly seekinga $ 4,000 on ( deductible
: technique was employed, political
1 which, even now anticipatingsome strong father image and expediency notwithstanding on wind or hail)
I f It Could Have Been Worse form of intrusion, are then angrily rejecting him by the white candidate $ 1,200 On Contents (Includes theft, at no additional
I instructing members to purchase when things go wrong? To while hypocritically haranguing cost)
::, : firearms for family say our government is in morality, should $ 400 Additional Living Expense
if'' members, Including children? need of a thorough housecleaning have pointed up in the presence $10,000 Personal Liability
\ i ,, When General Vinegar Joe Stilwell led to the losing national and statewide Republican I speak specifically, of the may contain some of few genuine Issues or $ 250 Medical Payments, PLUS other extensions of
s John Birch and Minutemanorganizations. truth. That it should start at constructive
solutions his
hit battered Chinese out of the tickets.Although too numerous to mention
t troops How can so the top and permeate to the doubt that even those voters coverage
: : Burma jungle early in World War II the they were engulfed In the many people, under the name bottom is to say that we are unattracted to the incumbent $57.00 per year In city or adjoining parks Slightly
I I of patriotism, continue to advance the product of our politician could be lured in sufficient higher outside of fire protection
: laity, Florida-born old soldi.r conceded: Democratic tide In these races, South the increasingly dan Is it not the reverse? number.

j : "W* toot hell of' a beating." Countains can tate satisfaction In the gerous inconoclasm of the It is natural for humans to That so many Americans
I fanatics by refusing to thinkit gripe but when it becomes away
bought what
: I The lam may be said of South Coun- fact that they helped elect capable and through.It of life and interfere is sad. was being sold ,
la not enough to be anticommunist with the functioning of our
: I tins, Democrat and Republicans alike, competent officials-both Democrats and if in the process country something is fundamentally RICHARD E. WELKE tAGENCY

I ; j I who' turned out in record 'force Tuesday Republicans the county and state ;you nourish something as bad wrong. Did the Venice.To .
o. . or worse! It i* not enoughto evangelistic candidate, while
I and cast a record vote for their 'favorite I legislative 'levels.So oppose big government or attacking federal spending, The :: a l

I : j national and statewide candidates only to if the election left you down In the foreign policy or the administration forget to mention that hi. As guests of Dr. and Mrs.
of domestic affairsif state secured in 1963 over $0 Alexander T. Moore in Ven
sea them overwhelmed elsewhere.Out dumps, cheer up. It could have been in so doing you are sowingthe per cent more in federal aid ice last winter, we fell so in
seeds of distrust, hate an. than the average of the other love with your town that we
of six South County precincts, worse.' Count among your blessings the 49 that billion dollars
xiety impulsive overconfidence states or a bought modest trailer homein
;f or_North Port Charlotte-went down defeat of Pierre Salinger In California, at the same time. of federal money has the Municipal Trailer Parkto COMPARE CIRCUITRY I IleA
We have been told over and been committed to provide be sure we could return.
f t the line for the Democratic presidential, which will mate it herder now for Bobby over by political candidate more water for the people of We are also fond of VenIce

Gubernatorial and senatorial nominees. Kennedy to get his long-range presidentialmissile that our country is rife with his state (one of the least Italy, where the Comtessa Span Ail Stilid Circuitry
i immorality, decay communists populous). And if he had mentioned Marie Antolnetta ZennaroCa ... hat keen. .proved relitbli In nits
The other 'five gave sizeable majorities off the pad. and crime and that it is it would any of his admirers Zoni of San Casslano No. '. lions of RCA Victor W sets Two.
I attributed to the present administration have seen an incon 1900 lives in a house which 0 thirds of chassis/ circuitry Is
i which is socialistic sistency. I don't think so. dates back to 1300 A.D. Thatis bonded on etched copper bonds
; corrupt, graft and pervert Everyone is opposed to excessive even older than our trailer that are exact duplkites of rid
: k riddled and headed by a man spending and for state which someone has assuredus Ml auotsr! disljns dmloped In
I t 'f who is dishonest a liar a control except In our case is the oldest In Venice RCA laboratories They sllmlnili
Chaos At The Polls phony and an influence and which i I. special and necessary Municipal Trailer Park. nor\ Din 200 htmhrirsd,hand-
deviate abbetor.To and rightfully ours any About 25 years ago whenwe soldered coonectioas.
t.- f have heard so many how. lived in Madison, N. J, RCAVICTOR
; our mayor Tom Taber visited -
I Chaotic conditions at South County without voting. a town in England by the New lfstaeCOLOR
polling places in Tuesday's election can At the Nokomis fire house precinct a same name. and got everyone TV
in our town interested in
0" be described only as inconceivable and voter standing in line for two and one- REPORT BY their British counterparts WITH IZ-CHANNEL sugl,0.a
sort of hands-across ...
I\ )I inexcusable. half hours didn't get to vote until an. 'YOUR a TUNING
t f f. program. It was rather fun, ((2
t y; ,.J With some (12,000 registered voters, a hour and 20 minutes after another voter quite uncommercial. I can't 13)) and UHF 04 to S3)) gM014rww..
y remember that anythingmore Powerful New.
tuning *
t' long and involved ballot and only six who had been standing close by in the FARRIS BRYANT than pleasantries were Vista Tuners 2WOO-) ,

precincts in which to vote, delays were, second line. Governor of Florida exchanged.But volt (factory'adjustedl '
f both sides being tourist Color Chassis Auto
I' Interminable And as the lines grew longer One determined voter sent word to his FLORIDA'S WATERWAY SYSTEMIf meccas, :your clever mayor static Color Purifier *
and history recalls these past meet the education need might be able to dream up Glare-proof RCA High Fidelity
and longer tempers grew shorter office' that he was sticking it out and Our waterway will encourage
four years, I am certain that some angles to make an exchange ; .Color Tube r.i'oa.w' pewan
shorter there'd be no telling when he would get one of the chief reasons will the industries we must of civilities mutually

Delays ef three hours were' reported; to wort. He added a suggestion that a made be the in progress the development we have of have new ,areas and open of recreation up the vast that interesting.Just to .confuse you still $525 '

a two hour wait in line wes commonplace.Many St. Bernard with a keg be sent to the waterways. The completion of are so important to our urban more I am enclosing a couple ( DEIIBi1WB sin 11519511

conscientious voters got up before rescue. our program for constructionof society. of postals, a poem and a flag.
daybreak in order to be hand Before' another election officials a statewide system of waterways Industry requires two As :you can plainly see, ItI.n't
on county
thing above all materialsand
I is vital to the futureof clear in my mind either ACTION TV Inc.
when, the polls opened at 7 a.m. Those had better recognize the fact that South FloridaFlorida. markets. The Industrieswe just what I am asking you to

I who, had to go to work gave up, only County's population is multiplying rapidly I law provides must bring to Florida will promote maybe a little
Boards of Directors of Navigation have to obtain from other whoop-la. If even this preseason SOUTH TRAIL SOUTH VENICE-PH. 488-4574
to 'find the situation even worse at lunch. and that additional precincts and voting Districts appointed by area of the nation many of finds :you too busy or too 1863

time and the same at suppertime.A machines are an absolute must. Such the Governor to guide Flor the great population centers weary for dreaming, file this NO BETTER SERVICE ANYWHEREINO
number of' elderly and incapacitatedpeople a situation as Tuesdays is wholly intol ida'* waterways develop of the East and Midwest.To letter and its contents In ;your BETTER PRICES ANYWHERE
l' compete successfully round file under the
ment. Their work will take desk.
had to out and home arable GO ELSEWHERE
drop go tax money and subject to with established industries in Every editor hat a capacious WHY
t\ your approval at the ballot these areas, we know that voracious trash can.
;I box they borrow money material must be availableat Please start our subscrip
bonds. low cost and the finished tion with the New Year.
through Issuance of
_ I Concern Over Profits Their immediate problem products must be able to Mrs. Ralph Emerson Hersey,
I :; Is money with which to spa reach the market places at 75 Cedar Lake East,
: i rate. This is obtained through reasonable shipping rates. Denville, N. J.
i There is no answer for Florida (A fine suggestion Mrs.
i Our economy, despite certain dark of profits? An article presenting the views mutually with agreeable the Boards arrangements of industry that does not Include Kersey Take it away, Mayor

i 4 7 spots, hat ben reaching new height alter ,f. of Robert G. Dunlop, President of the County Commissioner of waterborne commerce. Brohard.) I Is
I : 1 new height. Therefore, it may seam Sun Oil Company, which appeared In a the various counties comprising I
j j strange that of' our top economists .recent issue of The each of the districts to
I : many Philadelphia Inquirer, provide them with the necessary BILL PHILLIPS FORD QC
I 0 and business leaders are deeply concerned succinctly tells that story. In his view, the fund. until they can C

I'' j with the profit situation. But they are, 'fact that profits' expressed in dollars, stand Now by that themselves.the Cross Florida k PHONE 1O s

t .1 I and for have
cogent reasons.To reached record highs, conceals' more Barge Canal a reality with 4884787
i" begin with, profit' plays a vital and than it reveals. He points out that ". . the start of construction last

,.: 1. varied role in our whole economic system. :profits have been rising more slowly' than February 27, our most urgent FALCON t-D SEDAN
need is completion of the too
l It is the Inducement that leads people to virtually all other items In our economy. called missing link in the 15 g

invest savings in securities, to start They have advanced by less than 20 percent Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.This 3-wAy GURRnniEEfOn

I { I I business, or to do other things that keep since 1950, while per capita disposable between missing link Carrabelle is the section and

I i I the economy running and growing. Much income has gone up 56 per cent Tampa Bay.It > FORD DEALERUSED
I, ef' the profit earned by typical corporate and gross national product has more than will be the responsibilityof

L'I t I Industry is plowed back into the business doubled." the Boards of Directors of i
,' the Big Bend and the Suwan- > EARS
'. I I F to build new plants, to expend, to overcome He adds that profits' amounted to a nee-Anclote Navigation Districts l 'a.

j t obsolescence, to buy new tools of little less than S per cent of the gross to bring into being this. \' + s
final segment of the waterway
II I j every conceivable kind, to develop new" national product In 1963. as compared to that. with completion of "65 MUSTANG V-8.... $2695

I products, and thus to create more emI some 8 per; cent In 1950. Moreover If the Cross Florida Barge Canal 4-Speed Transmission

I l I ployment. Then, so to speak, profit Is a profits are adjusted to reflect the drop will provide Florida witha '65 FALCON CLUB WAGON
I I protected artery for inexpensive .... $2195
t II I; l regulator Is the reward that comes to in the dollars value, It Is found that they waterborne commerce 500 Milo 2nd & 3rd Row Seats' HAVE YOU HAD YOUR

,: j an enterprise, from the largest to the have not Increased at all since 1950, but from the westernmosttip '
I' smallest of the Texas Coast to thenation' 64 RANCHERO .............._....... $1595
which produces goods or services are declining. And this weakness, In his prime market New Automatic, 4,500 Miles OLD CAR LONG ENOUGH?

people want and will buy. It is denied view, Is "largely responsibl. for our serious York City, and connect us '

I to the enterprise which does not do economic problems of lagging private with the material wealth of '63 CHEVY V-8 4dr. Automatic $1595 1

I that and the result Is failure Investment and chronic the great Mississippi and '
63 CHEVY WAGON Automatic
Ohio $1595
River Valleys.We I
+ k Despite the tremendous Importance andsignificance ." can no more halt the If lack of ready cash is aH that's keeping
63 FALCON Deluxe Trim ........ $1195
I ; l ef profit' there is probably He stresses that "W must search out tremendous Influx of people you from buying a new one, come in

i t a k no economic: subject which suffers from and mate clear the conditions under our from nation the colder into Florida climate than of '62 FAIRLANE 500 Like New.... $1195 for figure-facts on a low-cost bank Auto

so many misconceptions. The Chamber of which a growing multitude of Americanswill we can atop in it* path the 62 METRO Hardtop .................... $895 Loan-repayable in easy instalments

M t jI Commerce of the United States cit.spolls be increasingly encouraged to seek sun Florida's that population bring them will here.have Extra Clean from income!

'I ttl 'I, ( which indicate that the average per. profits In our competitive system. For grown to at least 7Vi millionby '60 FORD 4-dr. Automatic .......... $695
,; ,, p,f ,,1\ son thinks that profit' amounts to 25 percent therein 'lies the key to reversing the downward / 1870. and to 20 million by '
WAGON .......... $1395
the' year 2000 only one
i" r or even more of a typical business' trend In the rate of Investment. "
i j'' I II, I sales dollar, and that about 10 per cent And, he concludes, If th.t Investment is generation To support away.this mass of 61 CORVAIR 700 ...................... $1095 -NOKO BANK

I :! .j would be fair. Actually-though there isM not made voluntarily by our citizens, H people within our boundaries, 4Dr., Automatic

o I I'r J wide variation between Industries and enterprises will be obtained ". . through compulsion w. must* to provide..n.b'tham' great Industrie to "63 CHEVY PICK-UP ................ $1295 304WESTVENICEAVENUEJf*
I '1' It amounts to around/ 5 living, educational facilities tPUlL
''' per and confiscation.. make a to them for 59 GMC Van Body..................... $995 : V
I j cent. So, Ironically, vast numbers of prepare @
sum ,
To up profits mate jobs and op the job these industries will 8
s I believe business earns too large offer, and recreational facilities i.
portunities. And If there are to be: sufficient e
I profit even as they believe that a fair for them to play and re

1 IJts : I profit would be twice the real figure. jobs and opportunities, the profits' laxWe are already making 1562 South Trail Venice Sormof CosirVi Oiled/ ftW6Th -

I Why is there worry now about the aloe must be sufficient ts provide them. giant stride ia preparing t*

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\ Crowned ...- A The >GONDOLIER, TenTce, Fla. Thurt., Nov 5. 1944_7 t J JJ.
At Dance
G. Eastmans Wed I 'i '. 1
/ s Editor
q Iti. ) 1 I

Phone Items to 488-5803 At L W. Barnes Home t '

w .w ,
+ over, bets college work there. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Eastman . Mr. R. M. Boovy of Sarasota I dI i ig i
two weeks -o- are at home at Orange I and the groom is the son of jI
of de. Mrs. Robert Mattox Is as Acres, Sarasota, foUowlnf I Mrs Mary Eastman Swinehart. fA
winter re- near an "Island.hopper" as their marriage on Friday. : m I :
visitor's this city boasts. With her The bride is the former The (30: p.m. candlelight I I.. r
slump, too, husband managing two hotelsIn Ann B. Wilson, daughter of' ceremony took place at the R ;
pre Jamaica and with the family home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis I If i
home here, she practically W. Barnes of Venice Gardens I i'i
commutes between the Island with The Rev. Edward L. I' I
California, and Venice these days. She Dinkins, pastor of Grace "
Deerlng of returned this weekend from a Methodist Church, officiating. I'' .
cut her three weeks visit there, withan They were attended by Mrs ,l I '
in order to excellent tan and a "hap- Nancy Lewis Priest and Roy 1i "
be py-to-be-home" look. Priest.After i .
constitution -- the ceremony, a but.
she was Mr. and Mrs Fred Ritterof fet supper was served by I
She West Bay Drive arrived Mrs. Barnes. :
Crough of home Mrs. Eastman is employed i''
Friday (to be here to
and the vote) from their month's vacation with a Sarasota Insurance
seen her in California. They company. The groom is vice- ,
During celebrated their golden wedding president of United Discount i
ended anniversary at Palm w br Auction Co. Inc. of South Ven i
entertained Desert (Calif.) Sacred Heart W ice. I
Deerlngs Church with a mass and renewal 5
Miami of their wedding vows. Dances '
over the They were entertained at a !
luncheon after the ceremonyat South Venice Community
fcjUEEN'S TA'STE"1N DECORATIONS I.! being pl.nn.d- night were, left to right, Nancy Taylor Bloom. which the Ritter sisters and Hall will begin a series of i
|''h. VHS Homecoming: Dance: tomorrow with memberi lerniui Janie Johnson, Class timed their brothers gathered for the square dances tomorrow at 1'1: I
first time in
Junior Clan In charge: of the Carole'! 31 years. Their 7:30: pm. at the hall. They
|hi prettying up gym. Warcl.vlded Centerville, son and his wife, the George will be open to the public. '
L for th. ev nt. Busy working on the
props Monday the elec. Ritters, entertained that evenIng George Richart is general
today to at a reception at their MRS. J. G. EASTMAN chairman and Milt Truemanwill ; 1
In i bevy of ten pretty made at midnight by Miss by the Thunder Beatsof with her 84- home. call.
I in party dresses,' the Nancy Taylor, dance master Bradenton. Chaparones ton, the George ,
Homecoming Queen inBe of ceremonies.. The Junior will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert da Case ; to return "
High School\ will beIn Class president, Jim Sikora, Harper, Mr. and Mrs Elwyn ior class I '
tomorrow night at the will crown the queen and she Johnson, Mr and Mrs. Hilton night at to receive {
J coming Dance at.the will be seated on her throne Ridlon, Mr. and Mrs. Smyth some
gymnasium beside the trio of kings, football Brohard, Mr. and Mrs. Jan- be Art 1 : ,
lestants' for the honor team co-captains, Ray kowskl and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Art Assn, j
Blisses! Alise Angel, Sally Joelson, Bob Somers and liam Pinder In the Gallery 0'L .
so, Janls I Curwood, Bruce McDonald. Senior football Members of the Junior ing "Portrait ?
Dear, Jackie Fann, players will escort the Class have been working all : at a recent
H u .ton, Dometrla contestants during their presentation week on dance plans, with Mattox, ; Conn. '
i Pam Payne, Liz Smith to the assembage, Miss Jane Ridlon in chargeof Miller, ; well-known
fclelody! Wendt. expected to be approximately decorations. The dance Taylor, for many : 'III
announcement of the 450. theme is being kept secret half.time here two '
,, elected by-vote of they The dance will begin at until tomorrow evening. Miss ble,
I football squad, will be 10:30: p,m. with music profoU Jane Johnson Is In charge of
I the throne.. Misses Marilyn Tatlana ..It
two shows
CAN SAVE WAYS will exhibit :
HAV Announces Elementary
this month '
I On Auto Insurance hanging a AnnualFIRST
show In ti 8th
I. LOW RATES To Fashion local stock-
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT'SERVICE Donors of prizes and ma- the at Little
terials for the Venice Hos- election showing of ; }>t tI
pital Auxiliary dessert bridge dent, Horn."
and fashion show on Nov. 16 r2':
-N/t9 are announced today by Mrs. assistant Mrs. I r, 1
Carl Henlein, general chair called this
AGENCY man. John and

116 W. Venice! Avenuei 'j: Door prizes by Venice-Nokomis are being donated in have Gaines a SHOW 1! ; .

Telephone: 488-2289 Bank and First National his
t- Bank of Venice and bridge To LIDO CASINO, SARASOTA .
a prizes, by First Federal Sav- i
ings and Loan Assn. and S&H FOR November 7 .................. 2.9 p.m. 1.;:
Redemption Center By )
Table coverings and utensils "RAMPAGE"r. November 8................ 12.7 p.m. i
for the cake and coffee Arnold :
which the "" \
hour precedes er presented by : .
bridge games are being donated Mack's ,', j
by Publix Markets, teur SARASOTA ORCHID SOCIETY
Kwik-Chek Bowden's Food- periences
way and Cash and Carry. at the
Tickets are $1.SO and are In Area
charge of Mrs. Mark Gillen. 12:15: p. ,
She may b. called at home Gourmet ''I I
i for reservations or may be ,Yr
reached at Venice Hospital program % I'J
Monday mornings. recent I SLn ;
Others In charge of party J
WEATERS 2.98 planning committees are tion manager : ;;: ::i
up Mesdames Charles Chamberlain Mr. and ,
Myron McCIynn, Chris- ed in the FIRST6d H'ER IJ

ANLON SHELLS 3.95 up Roger topher Magee McKenzie, C. ,C. Norman Bryant, a before year ATV.S.C. : J I

Magee, J. W. Allen and I* ponsit 11
TRETCH PANTS . 3.95 up W. Barnes. dens. .
Final plans will be discussed Mrs.
at the regular HAV meeting guest at
TlETCR SLACKS 3.95 up Monday noon at St. Harry ,
Mark's Episcopal Church
3.98 parish hall. Other business at with U
I a e up later S. 4 '

Auxiliary Makes "" .Sas $
2.98 4'r
DBAGS . . a up Vets Day Plans OES f

DO'S OF BEAUTIFUL Plans for the Veterans Day
celebration Tuesday will be Loan

EW! DRESSES 5.95 up American completed at Legion the meeting Auxiliary of ,

10.95 159 Monday at 8 p.m. at the Student
Legion Hall.Other observed
to 24.95: business will be a Venice
roundtable discussion on a the :: :f
ALL AT THECOTTON community blood bank and S p.m. at _
plans for the membershipdrive Other _
FAIR this month. Membersare ties will _
requested by Mrs. George : service
Kaup, treasurer, to bring a 1 .
Venice their dues to the meeting or I Mrs. I ix 3 y l
234 S. Trail ,
to mail them to her. :day's matron, I ,

: _

mond Roberts, d { & IF,

Bruce .
All TWittr* liaMVr iTiP wiltm"r" -r cirff V"T r 1 h

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8-The GONDOLIER Vwtet, Fta." Th'irf.' ,I N P C PersonalsAnthony Get Your Fill ? EXPERIENCED MECHANICS

It'i. N'ws; Of Fish FridayAt Member Chamber of Commerce
t N P C
and Lucy Flgueroe and his
I I: wife, Mr. and Mrs HomecomingA
: from Huntington, N. Y. spent MacCo ham Jr., of Honolulu. B&W Auto Repair]
ii two weeks vacationing between They were here for three "real southerri fish fry"
1 : : i' By MARGUERITE PETERSONThe North Port Charlotteand days last week before returning will be held by the Cooperative C MODERN EQUIPMENT
Nassau. They were home Education Club of Venice
with In
I Nativity Scene project balance of the year. Community Center e EXPERT BRAKE
School before Friday
one week with her aunt and< Mexico
la jetting under way and Many of the members of the The next Civic Association uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Reno -0-City. night's Homecoming game e ALIGNMENT & WHEEL
some of the life-size figuresare Association are making plansto meeting is scheduled for
Peres on Pan American Mr. and Mrs. Walter Earn. against the Palmetto Tigers.Serving BALANCE
I already nearing completion have Thanksgiving Day Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 730 4:30
; Boulevard. will be from : p.
, Anthony and Lucy est Jr. East Safford Terrace TUNE UP A
; on e ENGINE
Help I More coat hangers Dinner together at the Bay pm. at the Center. m. to 7 pm. In the high
back of
own property just the
the weekend with
'. : are sorely needed, so 11 you Vista Restaurant and Lounge - National Police Hall spent school cafeteria. Tickets at OVERHAUL
have some around the house, in Englewood. A Thanksgiving The North Port Woman'i and plan to make their of Fame home friends In St. Petersburg $1 for adults and SO cents for C AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE .,,
I why not put them to good use. Day party will be held Club will hold a luncheon at* here in the They returned home on Sun children entitle the holder to TRANSMISSION SERVICE
I ;I Drop them off at the Boy Thursday night at the Com- 1 p.m next Thursday, Nov. near future. day evening "all you can eat." e
Scout House on South Pan munity Center. 12. A donation of 73 cents will Mr. Mrs.- -Irwin The tickets may be pun 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph.488-3502
: American Boulevard When The association Is sponsoring be charged for the luncheon. and Dem Carl Kissel caught eight chased from any member of
the is the and Women's arest and his parents are en snook last week, ranging ALL WORK GUARANTEED
I Scene completed It will Men Guest speaker will be Mrs. the club or at the door. -
be placed in the landscaped Shuffleboard League again Florence Girvin, Professor at toying a vacation at their from B pounds to 28 pounds
r'' area beside the North Port' this season. The men's league Manatee Junior College, who home on Malaluka Road. The Sure he caught them in In 1M7 the State Department
Charlotte sign at the North will start Nov. 17 and the will talk on Fashions. 3emarests are all from New North Port Charlotte. reduced the Library of
I : end of the City limits Women's League the 18. They This will be the last meet- Jersey. -0- Congress' missing books by
Due to the death of Mrs also were the sponsors of the ing before the Woman's Club -o- It's a shame when you gel one when It returned a Ger
Ethel Hadley Mr. William i Hallowe'en Picnic and Mas- Annual Bazaar scheduled for Mr. and Mrs. Albert O the mumps and can't get out man book it had checked out Cyro's
I! i' A. Garvey has been appoint. querade Ball last Saturday afternoon Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Community Knight are back at their to; trick or treat That is what in 1919 for use at the Paris
ed parhmentarlan for the and evening at theEverything center. home on West Sydney- Ave. happened_ to _Terry_Cuthbert-.> Peace Conference. "I
t The committee named for nue. They said it wC d son, the daughter, of the Rev.
s I this year's Bazaar are Mrs. back home In Cambridge, and Mrs. Charles Cuthbert- VENETIAN MOON
1II +I !: frank Carroll general chair Ohio where they have spent son. The younger son David WATCH FOR
1' ., ,, man; Claire Salovesh lunch the summer months. hal just recently recovered Our Dinner Menu For
eon booth; Louise Hallen, - from a bout with the mumps ,
I white elephant booth; Mary Mr. and Mrs. Ed E. Frankon and the latest victim seems THE NOVEMBER 6, 7. AND 8
Weist, Christmas gift booth; Bumford Avenue received to be Tara Hancock.
Mrs. Joe Fox, baked goods word that their son, RobertE. BIG FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6tk
{ and food booth; Leona Mel Frank, was elected vice- BROILED FRESH BAY SCALLOPS

Cibben, radiograms; and president of the Press and Power ,SquadronTo With Drawn Buffer ................... ($165
Hattie Poole, wishing well Public Relations Division, National I
-0- I Fraternal Congress of Hear Reports ,3x SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1th
,. The Greater PittsburghClub America, at a meeting of KOSHER CORNED BEEF, BOILED CABBAGE
the district
on conference -
will meet at 6 pm to- their organization in Seattlein
at Fort Myers at y PARSLEY, BOILED POTATOES .Stb1
day for a covered dish dinner September. He Is also dl-
receedmg the regular meet- rector of public relations for which Venice Power Squad.
I ng of the club. - the Modem Woodmen of ron won the attendance cup, SUNDAY NOVEMBER ttk
The nominating committeewill will be made at the group's Choice of One
s America at Rock Island 111.
meeting Tuesday at 8 p,m. at
present the names of -0- Half Fresh! Florida Grapefruit
; prospective officers and plans Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mac- Tarpon Center Yacht Club. Chilled Jellied MadVilen French Onion Seep
Plans for the Squadron'sannual
for a holiday get-together. will Cosham? of 338 Los Rlos St. Christmas dinner will x Chilled Orange Juice Cyro't Famous Relish Tri"
also discussed.The
be had their their
i. as guests son Educational ENTREES
also be made.
next Club Dance will be r
I held on Saturday, Nov. 21, plans> will be discussed and ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLINGWith
and entertainment will be fur. Venice East movies shown by Stan Ben Orange Brandy Sauce

I nlshed by the NPC Kitchen nett. OR
Band. An executive committee Y.S.C. EYE FILET
I -0- meeting at 7 p.m. will pre- with Fresh Mushroom Sauce
cede the general meeting. i
Thirteen boats and
I hers and guests attended theHallowe'en
Mr. Relde Onley of 201 Yen. GARDEN GREEN SALAD
I Boat-a-cade
morning when the ice East Boulevard scored a French Thousand Island Roquefort Garlic
group cruised down to the hole-in one at Venice East INSURANCE AGENCY INC. and Gyro's Own Green Goddess Dressing

Seahorse Marine RestaurantIn golf course this week. This Is 218 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL Cab Mi
Charlotte Harbor for not Mr. Onley's only ace as Ice Cream Beverage SlwW, ,
brunch. he had one on Number One SAVE MONEY $2.95
Boatmen and their guests lISt ;year. This one was even
were Commodore and Mrs. U. more of a feat as it was on New Mobile Homeowners Policy ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: Soup, Bated Potatoe or Frm*
G. (Bob) Canfield and Mrs No. 14. This litle hole Is very Fries, Vegetable de lour, Salad, Hot Rolls, Btvtrtp,
Eunice Braun; Mr. and Mrs unassuming, that Is it looksso Covers All Your Mobile Home Liability Dessert.

William Brink and Mr. and from the tee but that golf Under One Policy OUR DAILY SPECIAL MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Mrs. William Leistner; Mr. ball has to be straight and CYRO'S FAMOUS PRIME RIB STEAl
and Mrs. Joe Fox and Mr high and practically in on they EXAMPLE: with fresh mushroom
ri and Mrs. Fred Scott; Mr. and as the green is about the $ 4,000. Breed Form Perils on Coach (No Deductible sauce
Mrs. Robert Orr and Mr and size of a silver three-cent $2.65All
Mrs. Harold Fidler Mr. and on Wind or Hail)
; piece. Dinners Prepared Under the Personal Supervision ol
Mrs Emmett Weist and Mr. -0- $ 1,200., On Contents (Include theft at no additional CHEF SAM HARE

and Mrs. William A. Garvey; Halloween Trick or Treat cost.)
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Howie night is quite a celebrationat $ 400. Additional Living Expense.
v. and Mr. and Mrs. Romeyn Venice East. With only 14 10000. Personal Liability.

vt Lauren Utley; Mr.and and Mrs. Eric children in the developmentmost $ 250. Medical Payments, PLUS other extensions of VISIT YE OLDE POOL HALL 7 TABLES
Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Kean Mr. and Mrs of the residents are eagerly coverage too numerous to mention. See the fun thru the magic window
I Leo Parlso and; Mr. and Mrs. awaiting their arrival. $57.00 per year in city or adjoining parks with approveed BOWLING 16 LANES
Robert Ryan Mr. and Mrs Even: 14 children can make water supply. Slightly higher outside of fire pro- Come
I r. t4y" ; a lot of noise and ;you could as you are!ICYRO'S
r Claude: Keane and daughter hear them tection.
Mary Ellen and Mr. and Mrs
William Burfeindt Mr. and blocks away. Two fathers Call or Telephone US Today For BACKSTAGE
t ;
Mrs. Wilfred Churchill, Mr. toured with the group. Tom Other QuotationsTHIS ._ Open Frt. and Sat.
\ and Ryan and Leonard Schultz US 41', 4 Ml.,S. of Venice Ph. 48MW
Mrs. Paul Heilig and I '
seems to go rulsemaster: and Mrs. Jim drove two cars helping .omeot
I j jI r Chance. the little ones on the long
smoother The next club meeting will distance hops. The youngest
I be on Nov. 19 at 7:30: p.m. at was 17 months old, little
the Community Center. 'Schultzy' and toward the end
when 4'' -0- he was napping between
The Republican Club of visits. There were Astroauts -
: have North Port Charlotte will Ella and three live Chevroletworkpower
you meet on Wednesday Nov. 11 Spaniels with the group and
at 7:30: p.m. at the Common- they got their share of GoodIes -
Ity Center. too.
-0- -0-
The city commission will The Gordon Morgan's of
hold its regular monthly 134 Venice East Boulevard
meeting next Monday evening have Just had an 11 day visit
.I Nov. 9, at 7 o'clock at from their favorite visitor,
j I the Community Center. their! son, Lieutenant Com
I It's not what you earn but) what you save that} - mander Donald G. Morgan

determines your future. Start now . save Two of the Circles of the Don, his wife and two children -
I I III Women of the First Presbyterian are living In Honolulu,
I part of all you earn. Remember, savings placed Church met this week where he is stationed with
Mrs. Robert Innes was hostess the Navy as comptroller of
here by 3 P.M. Nov 10th will earn from Nov.
I II : to Circle No. 1 on Tuesday the Naval Ammunition Depot.It .
1st. Come in today. afternoon and Mrs. WilLiam was impossible for the
Hanselman entertained family to accompany him
Circle No. 2 yesterday. Circle here as the children are in
No. 3 will meet next Tuesdayat school in Honolulu.
t the home of Mrs. Harold
r I L Au 133 Merril St. at 2 p.m.
: rfrif1 SARASOTA and Circle No. 4 will meet on
Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 1 p.m. [

I I uJl: [? [gQgK&t:6[ )[ [ ? : at The the Circles church.will be making !

I staving and loan oolatlon plans for the ThanksgivingDay
Dinner to be held at the .rsrKi eWae.iw ?

i Community Center on Nov. .
I 26 from 2 to S p.m. The committee .
: Venice Office 446 So. Trail
: In charge of the arrangements a\.2
are Mrs. Gordon
I Sarasota Offices: 1718 Main Street Blend, chairman; Mrs. Ruth
I I I i South Gate Shopping Center Williams! t0. chairman;

.) If j ,I'I ,i Gulf Gate Shopping Center I Mrs.Wilfred Phillip Churchill.Search and Mrs

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Venice; Ft*. Tnurl? Nov 5, W4-+

Fashion Show Com'iif;; : Announced :l:1 j It, .

Chairman Mr*. Charles I
Reiter and her co-chalrman,
Mrs Philip Coon today announce .
the committee heads
of the Epiphany Guild "Meet 'il fty
Your Neighbor" Fashion 1
Show Tuesday at 1:30: pm ,,
at Epiphany Catholic Church
Hall. t a
Mr 'and Mrs. Josef Reich e I iI 4rfi J
will be in charge of decora
tlons and will use floral ar.
rangements in autumn colorson .
the tea tables In charge : "
of tables will be Mesdamej
John F Peckler Roger MeKenzle -
Alice Beans William
Birmingham George Collette
and Raymond Hatch Mrs .
Dominic Struble and
r Mrs
i' 4' i tk r, John Detchemendy will be In
TM '
r" 3
; r charge of reservations and I
tickets d

Hostesses and ushers will rfi z i
be Miss Ellen Bresnahan and
If SATURDAY NIGHT Hallowton party it Venice Yacht prettiest (the can be glimpsed behind her cowboy husbanal) Mesdames Detc hem. n d y, o't t
|,b brought out a weird-to-chlrming-to-hilarioUI group of and Mr. and Mn Don Pattison at the best couple, shownin Joseph Nourse, Edward t ,
John Cade Edith Caldwell
members, some of whom shown :
umed are during the their Dutch
costumes on the left. Other winners were Walter T Brown, Almond .
11&5 grog by James Kiernan, Mrs. Walter F. Minnerly and David Halpin, best Individual; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dawson, Butterfleld Arthur J. .
Paul R. HobsteHer. Winners were: Mr. and Mrs George most ghoulish, and Mr. and Mr. George Wheeler, Mr. and Stewart and Elmer Rlcker I I
d (he's in the LBJ closet and she's the skeleton) for Mrs. Robert Keating and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hanson ai The show will feature
sin): Mrs. Jerry Meadows ai Kitty (in Gunsmoke) as best group.I'IBPW "Round the Clock"* fashions : ,
i5 presented by Hazel D Shop
with Mrs Charles Becker as I
Club To Fill Coffers commentator President Mrs "
Arthur Van LIll will welcomethe z4 ,II'I
r 'hip'r 'hore'augin
A eY guests and a group of ,
On WednesdayMembers Epiphany School students will
I shirt present a short musical pro. FASHION CONSCIOUS women will get a Mn William DePrie, left, are checking on
'., of Venice Area Rhodes and her committee, gram during intermission. glimpse of lome of the new fall clothes In their costumes with Mrs. Charles A. Reiter, a
: flaunts Business and Professional Mesdames Ann Thompson, Home-baked delicacies will Venice et the Epiphany Catholic Church chairman, at Hazel D Shop, which is present I I IEXQUISITE
( a Women Club are advised by Julie O'Keefe. Adeline Heath, be served with tea and coffee I Guild Fashion Show Tuesday at the church Ing the show. !'I

ruffled the"come financial with your committee purses filled to. Tischler Flossie Blackburn and Dorsey and awarded a door prize will be hall. Models Carolyn Warner, lilted, and I '

to the closed dinner. Mrs. Tischler was hostess d
white bib meeting of the group Wednesday at the club's fun night" on Davis To PreachJames LAMPS AND i i
at 7 p m at the home of Oct 28 Members brought Coin Club Meets
Mrs Lillie Gurda of 247 covered dishes for the supper Madison Davis, son
5.00 South Harbor Drive after which they were entertained The Venice Area Coin and of Venice High School Principal EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY' ,II
Mrs Lillie Gurda, finance by the Chevels, a high Currency Club will meet and Mrs. John E. Davis, TRADITIONAL ;
chairman is in charge of the school dance band Nov 11 at the Venice office will be guest minister at his
o iJ fund-raising events of the At the state board meeting of Sarasota Federal Savings home church, VeniceNokomis Let in style your favorite vile :
sl l > \ evening which will Include do. In Clearwater, Oct 23-25, the and Loan at 8 pm. Methodist Sunday at or ceramic Into beautiful lamps ;
E 0 nations for the door prize anda Venice Club was representedby both the 8:30: and 11 am. ser tp e '
An auction and trading session vices RewIring Restyfing'Afl
fun hour at 8:30: p.m. pre. Mesdames Enochs, Mae a
the dinner will be held Members) He Is a student at St Petersburg Lamp Repairs
It o 4I + She will be assisted by Wrede, Irene Shockey Vir are requested to bring coins!, Junior College wherehe Ar"ori by Experienced Designers and ,
( t President Mrs. Margaret En. ginia Ramsey, Bernice Gal. for trade and their "want will complete his junior Craftsmen ;1
ochs and Mrs Dorothy vin and Ann Thompson, list" Visitors are welcome I work this fall and enter Florida
Southern College In Lake THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. t'
))4 land in January He preachedhis

l / 'Come Blow Your Horn, months first ago sermon at Venice several-Noko- 204 N. TAM1AMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA \\1'j 1it

mia Methodist Church

,1 I T/ VLT Opener, Below Par I I j'I I II

.- Leslie C. Miller : :
Sleeves echo all the lovely detail. Prettiest of ,

pencil stripes in gala colors. Luxurious I

80% Dacron' polyester, 20% cotton. 28 to 38. 'SAYS: 1
wowmr" .r xro.naa.
ft t dKdlr ,5 Win Lose or Draw-I am writing this "THANKS A MILLION I ./ '

IN ADDITION TO NOTE" to ALL MY FRIENDS who have supported ma in my ," i

Campaign for County Commissioner The lines are Jong and we '. 1

. BEAU'S POCKETSAVINGPRICES Lri Lris ai ; 1'' SS won't know until late tonight what the outcome will be, but I ..: i f

vim *zr think this Tuesday afternoon., November 3rd is a good time "I

to fay again I I


YOUR CONVENIENCES (Paid, br Ann Malls, Trauu'"'' i I'

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Notary Public ;

e Tickets I 'f"
Venice Little Theatre

I )
e Free Gift Wrapping '4 tt: t -
V' ot the from the first major production ere, ;d
e Free Mail Wrapping LITTLE THEATRE'S first production a scene \
1964 65 fall and winter season, "Come Blow from left, Bill Kruger at Mr. Baker, Woody < 1'I'',
B Beglnnin Nov. 10th thru the cooperation II Your Horn," opened Wednesday for a four. Doty in the role of Buddy Baker and Delores I (

,of Venice Post Ofice U. day run It the airport playhouse. Shown inCOME Yerkes as Mrs. Baker !, I "

S. Postal 4c & Sc Stamps BLOW SOUR HORN original comedy by Nell Simons on the stage Bill Kruger as
,** _., D.l.V.. is certainly not the char. the Jewish father, Is an Ismproper Fcj
ON SALE BtBJrAlan __. .. Hili assn acterlzations offered locally Bostonian l;'.___,_ nwr.W..y. Dog Though the play U a comedy Ann Collins and Joanle ,
FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS ("...1. P.I-W _, AIM ri.llli.PMW .. , there Is a delicate pathos West are the gals in the play
., .. J.-I. P'rl ,
enough to ,
and both are pretty
G..." r that Invokes the deepest sympathy -
8 rlM
ELIMINATE THE POST OFFICE RUSH By PEGGY BOGERT George Mahar, the director make any man want to leave f y :L
horAe Both are convincing it
Horn, has obviously failedto
Blow Your
of recognize this and has substituted and besides, they don't haveto trl
OFFICE major production
BEAU'S BUSINESS the the Venice Little Theatre sea burlesque where subtlety know is how fun to act . just 1 :
obvious. There Is looking
possibly the rea Is the
MEZZANINE Ion, Is quite But the MYSTERY is why
constant straining to be r
son why Little Boy Blue was the would leave
"under the haystackand funny that diminishes and any young man
Though only looses marvelous comedy home to live in such unfortunate .
fast asleep. '
surroundings . the massive -
from the lines and situations.
the title is borrowed
mmmm'Ei set of an equally unfor
r famous nursery rhyme, it is The set, the apartment of a tussle burnt-pink does littleto t I '
safe to believe that had the "playboy," Is glaringly Incongruous enhance the sparse props, atr'1
original theme been used It At best it offers a. human and otherwise. It this
have proved far more unfortunate combination
would a completely
Is what the Glrl-Gone-Wrong
OPEN' TO 9 EACH WEEK DAY exciting vehicle. of colors and props. of today is offered, then 'the ',;: ;1'"
The fault lies with the direction Rather than breathing the that :
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING the stage set, the sophisticated tastes of its occupant deals play carries with stamina a message as well i

props and the costuming The It wreaks of amateur an morality.The fry ?t ... .
theater, Its one highlight Is Venice Little TheatreIs
an off-stage cyclorama offer. capable of excellent excitIng -
ing I view of New York City work in every capacity ,' .
and the Hudson River Unfortunately Horn"' is !
t J ?axe i4 }be E e this can only be unfortunately Come Blow little Your more thana .

iI seen by the audience In one "toot" and at best a very ,
tide of the theater . It Is
note! "
considerably more challengnt sour :: .. .. ,r
iB < than the play .
iJii 1ri1 There are good moments In WATCH FOR A"I I t
the three act play. Delores
_...,, +r.trrrlaw',+rk..dr'q+ Yerkes as the Jewish Momma no one's left out at bath time If', .
whose two sons have left THE

.' ... HOME PATIO RUG SERVICE SHOP FURNISHING home life for,.Is Both a both more good Woody sophisticated and Doty convincing . BIG Ititll a fnmeless( ! ELECTRIC WATER HEATER' ,; J

FREE DECORATING and Owen Gibson as the two Set 1M new jnoddt at your appluuux dealer, plumbing or electrical contr ctor. I': 'r hr
ACCESSORIES sons have the potential of be. , '
GIFT IDEAS13tt 'ng excellent additions to the r ,
local thespian group. Un w than ever toGO f
Now cheaper
fortunately Doty'i character. I I' 4
e Izatlon of his part Is overdone t ALL-ELECTRIC ':;.\ ,
to the point of slapitlck ...thintoustltlnwmbtoitlon fi' I.
of axe ,I i
It Is certainly one e
the most exhausting performances with flimi'lypi lull. 11' ry; ,I ;'

HOUSE OF FURNITURE Is entirely In theater too much history the "Ug.He Th recent $10 million rate reduction ,1, .. S I f 0)-)I I':- "
cut In 10 ) x .
Vela ly American" rather than the { major price yean a I '
421' S. Tr well brought up young< Jewish makes Sunshine Service Electricity a I I TrraurlwPnoe s. 'l 4edada.WeAam .t
i I At Venice Shopping Center boy: who is trying to break a NtW buy than ever before "' I \ '
scared of
with tradition and in
the result. Own Gibson *. ATI 1

SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR IS YEARS competent good voice in, *good" role diction and hasa and LORIDA POWER & L G'lfr I COMPAN't"'i i.M1 i..
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Everbearing Lemon 125 form, ba obtained tho ,
may from County

I 5c Etch Additional Word v..... t .. ..'...1....... St/. Calamondin . .. ....?. tua M. Wuhlnrtaa.16-1197 81.. J....... "... NEW EASEI NEW LUKURYI C
Ot laabdrum..... ., MsMrs... Strawberry guava .... .BO DAY AND NIGHT BmVICB Mzlt:: of tho E.UUof P GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
!, -AII-C Oil 104 ttart.Li7 C.II, ou JAC095. Ieasa7 Coral Vine ... ......... .25 ON ALL KQUIPMFNT MAKE: TRUCKS AND Oases H. Mltohtll, NEW KITCHEN SAUCETII .AA.

Uxrt Arm.. a harm. of U omtt FURNISHED 3 ROOMS and Shore Juniper ....... .. 75 TIMPIRTsAkSneEr FA'tIlM AUTOS Aarnw.Ran... !!i! I ':,
E* |or ono ln..rUo'. M (ontoM a bath. Menendei Pygmy Palm ...... 2.00 up ( :: ATIPNINO" Rs., a T.e'hoMlnlq
iMk. 1 Inorrtloil IhrrwfUr. Apartments Cocos Florid Poww 5 LlBht Bldi', Member Chamber ot Commerce 1
Plumosa .... 250 VenlM. Florid
to SIT Menendej St. Ph up ServicesMELODY
> 7?So"th.. GG..ddssYle.. P. 0 1 1II 4883012. Dwarf Carfosa . .... .75 'Attornm, for Admlnhtrator.. 1.. UBabe's OOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE i '
,"P::.::.dMlM Norfolk Island Pine . 2.00 Oct la tl ID. NOT t 1MNOTIC1 Heating and Air Conditioning !
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ED Trailer Rent Decem Laurel Florida BABY VENICE SITTING FLORIDA SERVICE .n4..1..00I Notleo la Intonda hereby d to..en mlator that tha tba Heating & Air Conditioning installations ; !f

Inch ,$UC ber to June. Phone 488-1687. Turn east at Laurel Road PHONE 488- 518 ihlll1... sass. Gas Water Heaters '
'", Edition, per and turn right "AI FI... Bodv 1Ibop" wltk tM Ranges
at 3rd
[ Edition, per Inch .$3.50 2 BEDROOM furnished road. MATURE EXPERIENCED CNN of tho. Circuit Court h sod tor
olh nicely SITTERS ....& County Florid. Free Estimate 1 11 r
duplex. Yearly or sea Pianos_ AL FIGS: 8KRVICB CENTER, JNC No Job Too Big or Too Small
LICENSED BONDED Publtohl Got It, 1'1... a. IL II, 1B64 x.
LINER ADS sonally.Phone Utilities furnished. Stelnway Knabe Everett INSURED Plumbing Co,,, l 263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488.2271 i '

$1.30 Per Inch 488-5127. George Stick Winter Cable The US. Office of Educa.tlon : I

3 ROOM FURNISHED Apartment Nelson Fayette S. Cable Legal reports there were 1,576- 488.2402 488.5282 I

$63 yearly, (100 sea Hallett & Davis 000 elementary and secondary Radio Equipped Trucks
sonal. Convenient Musette Players PUBLIO NOTICE school teachers In the U. iLKYRTCAL"CONSTRUCTION
ADJUSTMENT or beach and shopping Call 474-, Pianola Players 1 din.Pumoas.... Cltr. of Me Vinleo Ito., Cod.hmfer et rivM" 0. S. last fall, 'an Increase of P. O. Box 454, Nokomis .1: I !

2569. -Organs- .*lco thn UMO for tho ray of 69000 over the number in
cancellation Allen Lowrer 19U nro du. nnd Nonrnbw. 1962 1
equnh i for . 1 I. tho offlco sty
because of error ROOM FOR RENT. CaU 4885498. COMPLETE SELECTION OF 1..tHt I Bull VmlM &ti.
UIf 1 be mad for Thursday Cltr Cirri..
For Sunday GON.DOLIER building W. Venice Ave. OF INTENTfON .
BEFORE 5 p.m. or! Call 488-8916 or 4881347. FROM $125. Th. undoraln do korobf _fifty I : i
that tlior oro oonduotln' a Vieiium ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
Ill1lne1.y.Phone. '''Florida'. Largest Music Co tltonor boiinoio at 525 W.t, ,
3 BEDROOM House on the V.nlr. under tM fktltlos. :
water. Nicely CANNON MUSIC CO. r It: khb Sal. ad Chat.E Orb :
furnished Baas & Cockrill
Sheets Phone 488-6794
488.3125 1301 1st St., fins k at 50s fabslsi 7 .. )
very clean, long; or short Opp. Florida Theatre tono. wbw n._ Sod pl_ 01 ______
term. NPC. Phone 488-3881 oro M tollowo'Garl..d
Open Thur.. 6 Frl. till 9 p.m. Mu-ll.n, P. O Box 11... .... _u.. -.- --. f

Houses For Sale CHEERFUL 3 ROOM Apartments Phone 958-1019 Vonloo.roM Florr Fin.R ,. P. O. Bon 1114, fi
V..I. Flo.Ownonhlp l i
near every conveni. ...
ence. Armada Apts, 408 Ar u follows. rent a car from ECO NO-CAR '
CITY OP VENICE Fuel oO deliveries S&H nnrUnd n. M por _I. ;
beautiful Nokomis Ave mada S. Green Stamps. Standard H.rold Florr. ta por oont.Sonuot tl

1 On Bedroom 1 Bath home 2 APARTMENTS furnished, Heating Service. Across from Clerk It Y.t"J.I'b: =.Coma a w N..nd 51 5. :': !

fire station 4884052Mobile County Fiorina, to Ntiitorha m got so big
with Florida room living On Dona Bay. By year or laid nano Florida Bleb Sato soda '

room with fireplace dining season. Boat dock and fishnf. ....a,. p..I.I_ of Chapter 109M, SEE! r rI i
Homes I. of Florida Aeta of l>41.
room kitchen. City water For appointment call wit_ our bade tfcl lotk day of
sewer, sidewalk paved I 488-4898. Oct, 1X4. OAKTAND MDSTIAN. I the new 'cause we charge so little t

itrcet Beautifully landscaped. MOBILE HOME OWNERS HAROLD riORY
A real buy at $13,900.NOKOMIS SLEEPING ROOMS. $12.00 CAN SAVE INSURANCE Mm I. 11. 15. It. 1964 IGtchenAidSuperba
. week.: Outside entrance No breakage when you dea I Among the "Big 4" In car rental, ECONO.CAR Is First
Savings Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler'built I
Nokomis Ph. 4883912. THE STATK OF FLORIDA with ui. Trained helpers pacl k
HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE Ta Tr.nch.rd K Nawbold. and II... as at 99..Including gas and oil, In.ur-i
Home for growing or large : POLICY Tranchard C. No..bold (Chrlillannuni your glassware and furniture ante, seat belts, Call for Inquiry, pickup or delivery/
SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT. unknown) aid all partial claim., then move them with care,,
3 bedrooms i
family. 3ft Exclusive with Edge-Van t.
with fireplace Ins tntanau br. throuh. (ndar oranlaat I
baths, living room,. dining Large living room Orsdale Agency. Trrachard B. Mrwbold and FAST service our specialty CCOMO-CAi ''ta5 ,
unfurnished $60 per Mia. Tronchard II:. Mmbold. ,In ..d to i
room, kitchen. Many extra. Example Phone right now.THINK. 1
yearly lease. Close to : tha followlnt land In Sirawla County i: ONt
In this home Priced $10,500. $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils Florida, to-wl. i Lot II, Bleak 'O.1Vonooroft I
. .. shopping centers 720 Golf BubdM.lon. a itibdlvfalonIn OFitlt 99l
Coach No de. ?
Dr.. Venice. Call 924-8519 collect on ( Bactten 55. Townahlp 5S HEREBIINOTIFIED South. DISPLAYNOW. !
CITRUS HIGHLANDS ductible on windor Ranra II taat. YOU ARB

[Tastefully furnished 2 bed. after 8pm. hall) flM la tha thai rlrault a Complaint Court ,In boo and bam(ortna a 11pl...

[ 1 bath C.B. home. GOOD LOCATION. Suitable 1,200 On Contents (includes Count of SaraaoU, eve of J .
room Florida, In Cn.nrr.. ...1.. c......, rW.saM ,
[Well landscaped on paved for office or small shop. Theft at no hop Mo. II06I ontltlad B.lom. A I

I itreet. Pried to sell for only Call 488- 324 or Inquire 141 W. additional cost) lolethr Nawbold at at, Plaintiff' m. TranehardB. 1iBC 1
*ta. wharaln' Balotnt
,n, OO. Venice Ave. 400 Additional Living I.lcthr and John J 110..... and wi'., GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER
. Expense Katr Rabar ara Plaintiff and rouaro

a BEDROOM HOUSE, fur- 10,000 Personal Liability tha dafandanta.h.. land aaiklni YOU to ARK quint HEREBY .. I I r rt
FRANK C. RAEBURN nished. LaureL Florida 250 Medical Payments ORDERED to flla rour anawar to VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. 488-1096
Realtor room. $70 monthly. No pets or PLUS other extensions of tho Complaint of Plaintiff la tha .,. 1
-- -- flea of too Clara of t* -Or tt Court
251 W. Venice Ave.Phones children. 488.3916.. coverage too numerous to In and for Saraanta Cant Florida, .l .
oa or ....... tha 10th dar of Norambar .
I mention. ...,. t
: 488-1800 or 488-2840 at 1M4 and a see of aa4an.war !
in EARLY a EARLY, .,
$57 00 per year City or on Attra
Key, 1 and 2 bedroom Hi Palms Bank Saudis, SaraaoU. Stores Ala Located In TIRESRADIATORS I
TAX PROBLEMS save youmoney apartments. Seasonal $1,000 higher adjoining outside parks of fire Slightly pro Novambar Florida. on 1554.WITNESS or .bafora aid tOtk dar of BRADENTON end FORT MYERS

; Several Iota are and 1200. Call Don Heath mr had and em,5a1Sal
offered at big discount if 488-21S1 or 488.5688.Wanted tection. I thla Uth dar of netobor. 1M4. Get More Mileage... NEW MOHAWKS
sold and closed before De- Clark of Clrault Court, 5695 .
cember 31st. They are located To Rent AGENCY Bo, J... Cltimma. Cut Tire Costs... GUARANTEED RETREADS

j J In Bayshore Acres Venice 116 W. Venice Ave. Drputr a EARLY Clrrk.ARLT /rtra I+nat dllhw..hol lost Built Sow AS LOW AS . . . . . .. . E 14
I Garden Telephone 488-2289 "uhlNh, Get 51. t(. Nor. 5. 11. 1M4IM pUlh.bulIOll .... Now Singers I ,i'
and other good locaI
1 apC1ty." Sow double wash
turns. See us for these sav house near beach for 4 : 'iHS CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWEIFTH : rlni., New luiurlou : Weds: D r.
!ings. months, or by Phone JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF choice of fmithas. Including wood.
Situations WantedNEED (timing Agent DIponaer. Coma In
4884345. IN CHANCERY and ... H now. Two othar Mrl.stoo. REPAIRED FLUSHED S
MAKE!: AN OFFER. Nice enlarged NORVELL Co BRYANT Thara a quality KitchtnAld y
Mobile Home on nice AN ORGANIST? C'at, 11,171 for every kitchen . every / NEW REBUILT USED /
Business Personals Phone 488-1791. 8mNEY: 8EALY .. ab budget 5

sick landscaped, living North.Owner Must very MALE:: COOK OR CHEF look. Tot SIDNEY NOTICE SEALY OP daetoird*SUIT)IAGDALIBrREJ"i6L P Budget Terms :: ::::::::

tell now. See us for this one. RUBBER STAMPS made to Ing for second job. Can Ml Hall Venice Electric

. . order. Overnight service work breakfast and lunch. A..., 81 Paul. Minn.I VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR
CITY WATER-AND SEWER. Office personal pocket or Present Job dinner cooking. Dr, PaiUia PtIUadai. .", Appliance 2

stock 488.1432.TYPEWRITERS. 32 In business. Don't C.II. Venice For 5 Yean
1 years Serving
bedroom 1 bath air conditioned JEANETTE YOUNG, 4DI Hill Top
home near shopping and Adding smoke or drink. Phone 474- Dr...,.Chula Vina. C.hLi. and Authorial; Sales/ b Service; 313 TAMPA AVE.. VENICE. FlA. BEHIND THEATRE ..1.1I 1 1I

and schools Payments $62 Machines (mechanically op 1383, or '75 Winson Ave, Englewood All. of tha r.l..U..POU.abova, wboaa known lab 133 W. Venice Ave. I Phone 488.1259 In the "T owerle.." Garage

monthly with only $1400 down. erated) Chemically cleaned d.d.__....4. ,la th aa.. .nkaon". .. if h.l all n<.,dwl.w and If. T.leohon.488.2834 ... ,

No closing costa A real buy like new. Just $1250 plus .-.0na., ...nlo.. o. othor partiallaimlnt
for BOOKKEEPING: at home or br, thrauia, nnd r ...In.t
a budget home.WATERFRONT parts if required. All makes. office 23 years experience .uh ddbd. ... /If .11... ..or If dODd.11I.1. DISM.E LARGER \
. Venice Stationers, 211 W your unknown twin, 1.. ormntaoBl I !

[ HOMES at Venice Ave. 4886113.Dressmaking Write Box 2, Laurel. ol.imlnt, to ond bava oil >partita nr eIght h..w till. or or I C I i

nice bargain waterfront price If home you want at alterations, Help Wanted ad Intarait, In. ,Block iht prop.rv 104, ftrplat.....1.of doxrlb'Lot" Block. i! Real Estate ornerDi ,

I realistic price See our selection draperies, ete. Reasonable 104-121 116, VENL4IA PARK ,
to do
4861130BOOKKEEPING 'IstI'" I ...... 4
Radio announcing and general Book t, P... IlL Publl. Rooordi. .(
. j S.ruou County Florid ,
Income administration. Apply Yon nnd oeb of nro harobjrwrorallr ,
BIG SACRIFICE In Venice, State-Federal Wage WENG on Highway 777 In notidod ot"O I: C. BAY FRONT 4-BEDROOM HOME
Tax BRYANT flM III. Boa oompUInt hith
> bedroom., 2 baths, screened Reports. Personal Typing, Englewood, or phone 47 -3231. Circuit Court ot Horioot CoG.III.rle.ld. INTERESTED ?
porch oversized double Champion typist Previous Radio experience .. OKnlwt you and MOb of you 2 Tile Baths, Large Screened Porch .,
your dofradnnu. Moklnt to nulot tltlo
garage-worltahop. All rooms 30 years experience Nominal preferred.. 10 M tko plaintiff to tho ..... dioerlbod H. N. Wlmmers Realtor 150 ft. Frontage Boat Dock
wry large. Lot 100x13.. Was Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 roni provwty tocatod I. taraaouOouner. i
Fee $28,000
S24. OO WANTED AT ONCE Raw- riorldn.You s
now for sale only $17- Fla
Venice konby .olMd to fllo
Drive an ro your
MO Banyan 4885254. leigh Dealer In Charlotte written onawor or sob aria? to REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE FOR RENT-2 Bedroom home close to hospital. (t. \
stleeUTLiberaltfinancing. Phone County or Venice. Write Raw. .id oompwlnt ale tho Clrrk of tbo
Limit Court ta Barojota, Florldn. and Agent for Western Union Telegraph Yearly at $90 par month. t
Thuu ls Dept. FAJ 8833 Memphis .....
won't last so phone leigh, to aorro a oopr thtroof to HARRY
now SHEPARD Tenn. A..YARiJER. attorney for plain. Monday thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday to I HAZEL I. CONN I IallG.

rl'ht'l .. CLOSED SUNDAYS 1'I
BYRON MARKLE. LUMBER CO. FULL OR PART-TIME dance ......... Ir04 or to lufror luah ...- REAL ESTATE BROKE GALS L DUNN A....... ;

Ph. 488-4708 teachers r. 1 1003 N. Washington Blvd. available. Apply 1233 Gulf- Darn and for Pro aid Contao notion to piootod aa-- PHONES B... SIU4t 1. ...-...4 1 "j

T Ewa aM__. Be.._ Sarawta stream Ave, Sarasota. seDONEANra tArou.ORDERED thlo 51nd4p .. "iI W7

Con.c LOU"IA oI..:." < 01 Octobo'. 1964. i
ATTRACTIVE call,' Money To Loan W. A. WYNNECkrk ... ,
01 tbo CI..II curl, . -
baths, panelled Florida I for BUSINESS OR PROPERTY Cbrk.. FOR RENT DO
Ideally located in funds rVRJIIIIIBIID 8111fT1I FOI j t
ROOF TRUSSES Loans. Sa. 901, vales Flo.ld.
"* Garden. Phone 488-1397. t Door available. Personal appoint- Puhllahi Got e. No. .. 11. 11. 1M4 Efficiency Completely PAl ....11I y, I ,jOPAYMENTS
a BEDROOM. Alum. ment arranged. S. M., Box Furnished or yearly READ TO FIRS? FEDERAL i
Waterfront teaion
3 BATH ft ...... p..a00 1n,1." Pri..I..,
Also, J bedroom 1 I Contract Rooting Venice feinting 748 leate, and office suiteA.I .- tuw ..4 ......._ 1
bath watervlew. Ph. 4281810. : phone 488-2IJ1 WATCH FOR condition. BothIn
For Sale location end SMALL ADS? YOU RECEIVE mat par ni..itk ,
Autos S. Nn.e ,.r hr bad
3 Tool. Building, 216 .r
HOUSES to be moved. Will ..... a 1d pe .aI
B' WX2295. $330. Also 1861 Harley
BIG ta 1
vldson, XLCH accessories, REALTYWm. MARTIN 8. STANCIK i '
ISL NEEDINOTHE blocks. P Toole R. Stoker
CITY Approximately 40 ,
or VENICE. I Can be had. for the hauling 1957 ONTIAC, new tires, Phone 488.6738 ass.... 4146/5 vale. Aa If.I I,, ".y;

GOLDEN 488-1832. battery power steeringand 51l
SHORES. GIVE BAYSHORE'j away. phone new brakes. Good condition. 3 ._.. ,'

BYRON 2: VINYL DROP CURTAINS $WOO.00. Phone 488-2430, 68 So. UNE ALmoV'ALUE -
488-4708 1 for porch. d'S-xll? one! 3'x Venice Bled. GULF SHORES ii i
Ph. l
8-8" screen door. Cheap. .i
VENICE GARDENS s bedroom 4883960. 1864 RAMBLER AMERICAN 3000 Bedroom I Beth, Garage, Screen Porch, Electric Range

air 2 bath central heat SIMMONS, traditional sofa, miles.door Priced sell Under$1650.00, and Refrigerator. Clow to Beach. This comfortable home When YouConsult.

conditioned, $13.900. Ph. bedoverstuffed chair; on an 80'xlSO' Lot for Only
Phone Owner
: with warranty. I
488-8474. ; '
Italian marble top side tablet, Venice 488-323S ''
3 Early American $11,000FRANK ...
BEDROQM3, :> Baths near coffee table:
Cult By Appointment Ph. Cornice! mahogany dining Instruction j

B8 d11T, suit, conslstln of breakfront and AT C. RAEBURN ;

: drop-lesf xDltem chairs AGNES S. LILES REAL ES- w
FOR SALE ON WATER.Rmna : buffet. Ml] Sacrifice. TATE SCHOOL for Brokeror REALTOR

on deep canal off Call 488- 879. Salesman Next Class Nov. Wc
Blaekbum( bedrooms, l 251( W. Venice Ave Phone 488.1600-488.2649 !
Bay. J CHERRY: 6DrawerQaeat" 12th. 7 p.m., 41 So. pineapple
C'8 Large lot, private deck. SOLID 955-8787 .
I'boDl 488-637.. Sarasota, .ea
Rellollablt. I"hou" 468.3464. 871.

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-. 5' 5000



12-"' GONDOLIER; VenTce. Ft. TliuM., Nov. 5. I7M

I I Indian Defense Shines BOWLING a 4sl w

:f In 21.6 Win Over Rams Myakka\ Lanes ad.111 101 51.501 100r'M Aids' .1I-o.1511, '151:Ch.k:Acaacr; Okay T.yb'*'kwt 501.Pat t

110__ a..Hn..G.Bo. eo..... SrhmlU. Club IXMM161 -
M.da. Hood'. Darr, IHa-ln; for 5501' Juki. Fannlm. loldmr
rred Shlnn. Fish National Bank, till Oolf Club. Sill bokkn' T bolt Club,
i Venice combined a rugged tie it up.'FloreU'! conversion Hodges led the Indian defensive Harold Smith. Venlce-Nokoml. BanklMt4ll : 10'8-181" Ktandlnnl D..... Ctwra-
WhlUl. Preducta, 1.0111-I7' Vrnlo Motor and
, defense with just enough of. attempt from placement was charge in the final cast l Standard Heatlai Servlel and:: tlaj., 18-14 1 Edith Watt-

I fens to turn back Riverview wide and it was 6-6 when the period and made two key Slandlnnl All.'i Munlnt Venlce-Nokomli Home II.Bank H and<.. nit Maria 171 pickedMadia 1 Mam.5 Khidar th. M-10, 111,split and;

7 12-8, here Friday night in a teams went off the field at tackles on fourth down sltuations Standard.HUn; Senrlce. | Powara, 1011| Doc Dpi, 1701 Y
4 : : White Sands Conference tilt the intermission.The that gave the ball over Yale. stotaw: and .Flnt Natlon.l: 1 Kay ,fry 1U fir 117 M7| feanaVott

that left both elevens with 2- teams traded the ball to Venice. The entire defensive l14 Book olf: Irlat Hcnd.rwn Hood' r\a\:: Dealer RMb11ldnb .. Leaiae JimSlkora

, 2 league records. back and forth during the unit was up for the game Lro .155 ;154i Don Jos GU1 Jr. IOL; 4M:| ,Und.181-641 Manao: Bonnie, 111-4871 BrUa MartiaSatava IBM ,

I. The Indians are now 4-2 Inall third period on punt exchanges 'and except for the series 01 M.d.p. Afwo... ..::., h.lro 108-tUl.. Daa KWil IW-4I1

games played and the and a fumble by downs that began on the 11 Ct..ll,' Y.r.Luell".. IHI. Yam.P.tll'. .171-411 U.... C.Lu.elllo' ... .,Seetrk 1t00 sod Deakhi 1,10, every- rop Saturdiy LOTI.. night OFFUN.

j items are 34. Feden on his own 49, after after Fiorelll's punt return 18'1. 51.ndlnss 1.I..ood! W..h . .d . IIIOloiSY I
Venice scored the first time the Rams closer than H...... lll bill. UMd Care, IMl I
I the Indians had driven 44 got no luaaa Flower shop 14.10. ThdOman. .
I : v on offense when right halt yards in four plays from their! the Venice 41. ma Lear .! picked ap th. 44.TI RAEBURN TROPHY WINNERS Olive the 18-hole Jlvltton/ / and Hazel came In {first
", t : back Paul Peden capped a own six to midfield. Venice .plltl I Lou.. 8Imo.... picked up tbb. Gyro's Lanes Arnetl and Hazel McGlynn-cenfer left to In the nine/ .hole Charlene
'I Included In the list of defensive 44.T apllL Arna Moraman, 1051| Cora I grouping. Rule f.r f fright
; I 07-yard drive with a lO-yan held on a situation stalwarts were Jim Dniln 5wci.ft 105; W.w Klty smith C..dlll.leg' f 106, Th. San Pilnt Lame Bill Too, -dupley .the trophlei they won In the left, end Pauline Rayburn far right, Game'' in I

: run for the touchdown. Fullback at the 42 when Hodges Zacharlas Greg Jones, Shep Dkk. 10,... G.II Coc.t! D.wiopmiotOtcD hoe. Anchor Ol ... till bl. (tin a.Hi annual Raeburn Tournament at Late Venice second In the 18-hole I and nine-hole divisIon
: John Hcnne run for threw Fiorelli for a one-yard Lawrence Jim Hatchitt, Joe .. tMi frank Gr00h PUN Nab' .rained a tit mud WO ... ., Job. Golf Club. Olive the low reipectively.( ",
; I tool' Bank Ill-MOl Fist National D.iaet. hop Vtmr lleaaere, r wee net winner (In
the extra point was short. loss Henriouet, Tom McDonnell, 5,00., 1044.1010. ..M for 1041. It.nd. Way lleanen, picked. up h.-
j The sustained march got Eight plays later Henne Don Christopher Henne Hasclns Ins Katirord Conrtnietjnn, and Flnt nun of 550 cod Anchor 011 bulk
g.llon.1 Bank tI.... to-* Gulf CoaOrratopmmt >' Hire. lame total of tk 1. Standlnn'
} I I. underway when a Riverview went over from the two to put Peden, Bradley Ringo, Corp. 11-11 Herman L.rlint. Block. Lobel 154.11451. Fbn [ Indians Host Palmetto VJHS At I
punt rolled dead on the Indian the winning touchdown on the Harper Jack Wright, Victor hika. 1101 Mlkt Bola>k. 1011 ChnrkTiTlor tot ida .... Mobilo HOllO. 11-.1, CuPIt. ; SarasotaAt
<0*I Lore fairrlnnr c..tor II-IS IIow'" of M. W.ktJn
'i' three. Faking beautifully Scoreboard- Henna gained- Cleveland Bob Somers and i Disk! tn. till 1. Maddox till rradT.T.rai I TraIraa .Ita II pIM sown

I and mixing his running plays three 0"the first scrimmage Phil Youngberg. s. ..Dltk Taehnr MOM. Broa.. "":Hawk.* raaerel Berne La"' least three records will view. Venice has a 25-7 win Venice has one victory IM

t f with key passes, quarterback play of the sustained drive Venice returns to action a Bon. t4i (Oral Rhodn. PoiularLlquon . tae Helea Houek. Ttam No. I. hit: be either extended or broken over North Fort Myers and a two ties, while Sarasota hM

q Ray Joelson led the drive Joelson then threw 11 yardsto here tomorrow night against Si .tol-CIti T.> B fates Pondari, I6' >!.Llqnora.lirSn.l Stand.| bad J..n th.Fra..lnl.ladiai, (or Wood kilo ilnilna Cock tomorrow night when the Pal 12-6 victory over the Rams a tie and two defeats lath

p I which took 18 plays. It actual. Peden for the first down. Palmetto In a conference 'loss I Taylor H..w...... 14-11 i Poadtr. loll. Lounn ...11... 441 to lead for hush metto Tigers are guests 01 of Riverview while losing to first meeting between the
'I. ly went for 107 yards because A pass fell incomplete before clash. -iquor.. CM, 58-5)Koolina| Smlltr, .4t. _..... till. th.I"..and tame 501 total to! lose Team the 1 ...lIod 1..owlcg. Venice High's Indiana In the Sarasota by a 13-0 count and two Intracounty rivals the

: of a pair of five-yard penalties eden made it another first ..... VanAnf. 8ow.. Co lllNorwood .. . 5uodina0. Wood'. CooklollLou. annual Homecoming game. to Southeast. 127. result wai a scoreless deid.
Venice Rooflnir/ HTl BarUia RrroM ... 11.7. 11I.1 llebbor I..r... which features the second and
assessed against down 11 Joel. lock.
on a -yard run.
r 1S44Mntkwood
Bnilewood' Nucor 10.5, sod MoN.e 50.-Mr of SARASOTAThis
Big guns in the scoring son added 12 and another Niiraarr. 7tl hint, Fad Ull W ek. Clare Nlnnokok. third place teams In the The 111 I Indians
....173..S4 for l..n.n na .
Loin Mod
ml Savlnn a ; Mlied Lena.Virginia White Sands
4 march were Peden with 46 first down on a keeper and Riverview Venice 2871. Oundlne.t. Blakok laucano bj rbiiY. Trail 6. Lann Conference. Pal- afternoon at 4 p.m. victory to stay In come*
1 yards on seven carries and Peden hit the line for one to 05-441 dry, roll d u,. high iinila ..m. with metto has a 2-1 mark and the LI'I Indians of Venice lion with Brooksldo for
First Downs 8 18 t5i Nwwod =E 15111.4.' Oarlock. ...'10.... Sprint the
: Venice is 2-2 in league tilts.
Henna with 21 make it second down with
4 yards on a Yds Rushing 130 203 1741 ) Stanplnt, 461 total thral Junior High will be out to Sarasota County Junior
I i I I running plays. Joelson hit nine to go on the Ram 19. lost 7'i, W7ekoff 'U Man Tour Bneilekl, Th. S B'. 1ra"J The records In question protect their undefeated High championship Brood
Yds ( 85 D.c. .
Whit.. 10 M.01.6.n Oil Trail Cob l.undcyM ia. 180'
: right end Charlie Hodges A 17-yard pass play from Total Yards 138 288 olh,. CMf._ ITI''.D.M. ,. Chadwlo'' to lop the ho.," lor team leorln. favoring the Indians Include a record when they travel to aide (Ot-1)) meets Mdntosh

j with two passes for 12 yards Joelson' to left half Terry' Pass Attempts 4 15 71 aaaara'1 J, "T'M.! ; ? .'! Laa- Standlnmi Area Th.VoL I Fin B'. Dept I...., SoutkVenice 1K-IO string of sue straight Home- Sarssota's Ihrtr Field to ((1-2)) today In the other lei.

J i end left end Nick Harper laskins put the ball on the Pass Comp 1 8 5.-Tom Gosh: .....Cr.wloHIr cod Trail Coin Lund -.. Bow- coming victories and five meet Sarasota Junior High. rue contest.
with one' for 10 yards and also two from where Henne carried Al O.ndlll""I... 111) Taffy LaiarIrt I..0 the Watkt Ruth Y...... Itin. straight wins at home two
I Pass Had Int 0 0 I......... A....'. 1M.1B4-184 for . sad Hark FYR.77. ,I.. ear
; f ran for 12 yards in four it over standing up for Punts 4/43 3/34 lilt frt.'. T.__ 1011 1 Capo Baaa, a vereaa.Uaaceii.. last year ana three this sea
{ avg 1015. Btandlnnl En: l.wood Auto CWmM. allied Lewiou On the
'd carriers Left halfback Steve the six pointer > son. Palmetto side of
i"um Lost 0 1 ..,..... to' .11 Hi I Bar Vlita ...... Hewer. BliUhl -. HI and r
''I Fradley gained the remaining With 8:08: left to go, River. Pds Penalized 15 18.5 any It-lll MaaatHCrawford. Air Con.. 100 o5. blob for Ui. __..., Maria the ledger Is a five-game Accept the
six yards in two rushing attempts view not the ball on two more tlonlnf and Cap H.... tlad IS 14. Burrl., Pubii: UarkM rolled 17f i Jack winning streak over the Indian -
Loa Sour. toil, Harold M...., Slit, lultock. K.ltniri PrlntlaaItT end
occasions but the Indian defense Score by quarters: a W J.rr..t, 110 l Lee Lond", 1M- il to bad UM mss la both alndi ,, which began in 1959.
Ill lor 140Baaimm and btol.c.I I Don Ban I.... Realtor keep.tgk1a4uL
: 61 Yard Punt held-once on their own The Tigers posted a 26-fi
Riverview .. ... 0800 6 Kamrrt Jock Pana.nlo. rolM. bOb .In.I. of TTS and ,
Midway in the second quarter 41 and then on their 43. Venice .. .. .. .... .0 II 0 6-12 V. Meat Crnlar. IZ5I I AI 91m.o.PortoM. ., otal Mriai, 5100. Standinni' Don BaielRealtor victory in 1959 and followed
the Rams' fine punter Fiorelli was a threat every .. Barkar Chop 820-JK7 I Culll. in. Pop.. of KnuknroiMnd 'with a 13-12 decision in I960
Scoring .
: Soft Woo... ..a, Vanatlaa Gar* Kniknrood Savlnn Loan 17.
Tobe Halton booted one 61 time he carried the ball and V-Peden 10-yard run; run d.Iran.... 1581. 111, 1Iow.. 01 the w,45I.. Bettynatd In 1961 U was Palmetto by a of our
he netted d..., tl,'! Hooodi, Icit7Y 55IaICullsgM ) Cowl od, It pint and Ed V.. Now 20.18 margin and in 1962 the
yards down to the Venice 11. 83 yards on 19 carries -
for extra point failed. Soft wow. 11.11'I WAMR. SO.ISrt man pIM .... .......
i After Henna carried out to for a 4.4 average Haltonwas R-Halton 2-yard run; kick Wylai, Mil Bill Stulirl.' Jr, !MI| WS.C.KmGc.d- ... I....... r- Tigers came up with a 1U FULL-SCALE SERVICE BANK!
Vlek.-. US- .. .. Bhaw 10.. .... win. Last
the 17 on the first play, the runnerup for the Rams failed. coot, VVolf. toil Larrr to kit her .trlde and rolled 181id year Venice rackedup

Indian were penalized one. In yards gained with 49 in 11 V-Henne yard run; run ilL Vaalra-Nak. l Bank Can ... .. 114: G O III.... rolM 1001 for 290 yards from scrimmageto
half the distance the for of Doll. Ao>llti. Roth. LOS Barnita lam unile lama and hon Int., 200 for Palmetto but drop-
y to goal attempts an average for extra point failed totaM IS4I for ..,,., 81a." .",
I Dom;.. F>rl f Funeral. Nana 104t44 .. ped a 13-6 decision.
horn I.
on a holding Infraction. Peden 4.5 wards per try. 1141 i H. Sourbew TII.
1 K
i'I then lost a yard on second Henne Nets 57 Yards rr ;Johnaoa.Ralph Chnrah Hmdrleki iE.t1SH. :! ; 'Ml kmler.and of th.Clere-N-Joe W rki' Hair ApU Soe.17-11||one The Indians are expected to

I down, and six more on third Henne had his best night SHI...) SUndlnni 10821 rarlnr Fune.ral 8. pIM' .... ...... be at full strength for the 8

i : down to bring up a punting of the season for Venice. He : LVMGA Slates Home Sl-li Handrlek N' Conitruetlon Drun0lt -. cod Mw,4.4e11. The WI.Ndn llenll..... Md Batoo"'he ....n..... lost pm. contest but Palmetto 1y
Pie Par
Situation from the averaged a fine '7.3 yards per JO'ii-ll1 .lth 171 Ind 2114' cola 5undlce.. Bruce Schultz ill star
I Ill
Chuck Perllck, Par. Oil. I
i neidcked Seatlneli. lll. Matron. 18-1. Wardra quarterback in last week's
Bruce D carry and netted 57. Peden Four-Ball Event BIII! Stahl S10| PM.,Slack l 1TO |. M.rl.ohnaon ., 14.14 and S..... 11-17 Bowler of loss '
171. Mod Pow.n 1701 to Jesuit In non-conter-
out to the Indian 36 where had 80 for the Indians 16 i the with Gladn Tonpklu with 54pIM a
on r
5.0.1 Timm., Vo t, Isl. ,
: !.81Li: ... .,..... ence affair.
Ram halfback Danny Fiorelli carries for a 5-yard average The first event of the new BoatewlTeB Inialttlon. 1701 l Vera bimonaoButhna D.W.. 11I..1.. Lain. J5.. KWk, Mart.l The Tigers defeated North ws .;;a /
gathered it in and raced 23 Joelson added 36 to the Venice -: . l lot the .oorinr wltk a 101 for p 1 1
: Real Eitata
::II : for members of the Imniera' ... .
season .t.. and Bill Bchrodvr. Fort Myers 7-6, and Char-
.. ... Wlmm.ra Real Ff
5.i 4411
yards back to the U Three cau e, while Haskins had Auto I .
.ta. 141 for
Jen's Golf Association at eartol Th. Square lote
totc, 1115. Bkcdinss, Con G.. 52. 16-13, in League action
plays later Halton scored to 18 and Bradley 12.r 6, Wlm.-an'! tool. 1,4to, 1815-I11A1 I led UK ton _I.. with 101 .In."
Lake Venice Club will be their
Golf 0100100.Sprln.. W....., Ou dalBod and IMI larlai. Standinni/ Ruffian lone loss within the conference -
a best ball four.blU match 1711 Vera Dock. ISO I Paulina 211-10. MaiUra tl-11 and Muon. 11-11 was, 12-6 to River-
with full handicap allowed. KI...., lit I Jtnrt Raid.. l lVenka rat Roof.: 1 of Ui._.W.ekl... Bill Sckrodar,

Members are to make up tliaaa -Sod Zada. aad Thompm FeMl. c., 1K4UIletlna Senior I Bill M tl hA.ri.; .. OH Mliaieeea
their own foursomes, sign the RoHalla, 10-4111. ira hed Red Ma.plw M, Willow with .LanoCourt Sal WATCH FOR When a home buyer finances with a modern .

i I entry sheet in th pro-shop before 8IOw.Ryan..111 1"1 I8BoMbw., Li. Owhh.a 1I1..Z81Ed 111. .Boca nil. and Ml eerlei, to Md the .... bank mortgage loan, he enjoys the
Cnldw.ll Oron Cllr 44. wa
Concrete Vera Davla 111.
off the first
going tee, not far behind Red with III ilulo
Tom multiple advantages of bank
MrLaoihlln Ill-Kit
and may play their match 41li Ryan.Job 1M4SI Helen Lajrton. tall I and 171 aerial i Jan. Jlmejon M.:. THE experience,

either Friday Saturday or ::;'k.Yrr't.l \:: ..(Tommy, Gsco.) Ft.Shop. Grova. UK City and SI.4601 171 aid FloreneiWw.ll. 4111 low financing cost, and convenienttorepay .

Sunday. Albin Johnson is Kunkla 188, Rock C..... Ill-alt Coop.. Lee Cltr X 44., MaiM Aimer. Mm 171 ..d Morlni 4S0Gw i BIG terms that Increase his equity in his
chairman Andereon. 1 8.Myakaa .
tournament Andy ..Ith 141 and 1401 Standinni Ow.Ity home monthly. He also
.. Deaa
M Jer Leuee establishes
Members are reminded that gourbrer. Tile, 547.1/4114- (' 44. ..... JlT\' R'. 11-11 and or
association dues for the new .Cardinal.,41, gourbear. Tile 1'1I.l8tO. Stand- Ibo M MI w.1 Plowar. D.rla Bowlora 14, plo.nd of strengthens a banking connection, a help.

year, ending Oct 31, 1965, are Clod loss'..,Baraiota W.t'. Preceat Auto Senrloe Product are. Th.ill -II Ca..h.117.. Dlo. .,.t.c::, : fol) asset for the future: If you are thinking
now payable. Payment may tied wllll 11.III Sourbeer. Tile li'/t- of
Joel" Bolbok.. blob buying
Dkp.tchom ww or building come la andtaOcIMTMMM
Wenkm.n till Henry ,
be made to Dr. H L. Evans, 11H' Heary Clllf for the Ilrta. with 141 cod 4111 Mike,
SourlMer' 800-til I Taylor -
Craft bleated. 181 for 4M ... .
be left Inthe .
treasurer, or may I Jack Holtht toil Billy Oro
The Sheriff took honor
team with
.SOI Larry loh..... Boat Bry.W..I. .
shop for him. 741 and tllf Btandlnn D. 10-
pro !
.,. Bud Leedham, ,
1041! 8001
I. Bailiff. . .
8-4 True'I.- Bh.nIfh I
Hob ......., toll Jay Eaitman. tillFred .
4-4 Bow of the Wok Miry
The only object in the Bhlnn. til I Ue Fry.. I8MIII Bu.klrk with, II pIM end Mike Schade
lloyd Twin. 1141 I Bill Irahaa. 111))
White House from the time ofits George Leonarft. SOli Herman Duk.. with Sowl.d 101. pint the mar Mentk avenue_ CllreneeMael "
first occupancy by President 8081, Stan Cnlllnora' 8201, Carl Carl. *>w.ll ........ off with" .1.! \y MCfWMnCfFIRST
.on. till AI glnmon.. till I Stan All. .
itrlkei la a row for I til and flnUh.ed
John Adams in 1800 IIthe
awl Curly Wolf 807 with a lab pIM' handicap to win nnTIOIWlBBflnK.. OF VENICE
I SWEATERS ............ 33% OFF famous full-length portrait buy Bird N.ncy Pbntlul. 1TI44li -. the meni. eeet.,. of the Bowler of
Bill Btahi till Au.lla Shock1M44I the Month Lucky B,,irdln. with, 107
of George Washington by Gil. ) Lueaya hood B.h..... (gunRealW ...... nMICI
aerond with S871 Wanda Curtlifired fLOIIM
; SLACKS ((10.95)) ....$ 5. bert Stuart. The painting inns Co-Op Co., 101.7/47-5501.Dervlce Station Stand-8 -4lCrain . a (01 arriel with, kandlrap toT AT

hangs in the East Room one rou....... 8t-10i Viola Gel :T.. \.trophy. tin EE.a.Ith : YO /fOItIOII'MI a.wr e
r of the rooms open to the pub- Co.. 80-18. Rick Grad 1811 JO.too. cod v1.InM : V.S.C.
SLACKS ((15.95)) $10. .
.... ITMMi Ray HouMrman, IMl I 801. AI.. BalcM. ti the H.Ns -
I I lic. Kill Ramad.ll.. IMl Sid Frailer. loll fp u,. 1..1on w ... mil' Ill
I" ... III too 555 .nab.. HI.Ladino .
SLACKS ((19.95)) $15.
.... atriM wai lit I _

Paul Peden Is New

j Leader In County Footballplayed Hotnew '

Sarasota continues to lead with four victories and I

the race for the White Sands two losses apiece. Southeastand

I Conference champ( o n s h i Pwith Riverview are next with.

i the :!$len' j& a 4-0 mark with Just two J-4 marks. I
[ 5 hopI games: remaining against Paul Peden Indian right' Dodge at a new lower price.

league foes. Palmetto is in halfback, took over the coun-
the runnerup spot with a record ty scoring lead from River- Coronet '65-the best-selling new car in Dodge history. And Q'

I I 225 W. Venice/ Ave. of two wins and a single view's Danny Fiorelli when why not? Coronet comes on big in all departments. Inside, full-

defeat. Venice Southeast and! the two speedsters t.e Fri i size room and comfort Up front. a choice of seven engines

j I Ph. 488-1620 II Riverview are all 22. day night in a which ranging to 426 cubic inches. On the rear window stickers
Venice emerging the winner
: Venice and Sarasota are saw over the Rams by a 12-6 prices that begin lots lower than those of any full-size Dodgesin

t I. I tied for the lead In all games score. Peden has 39 pointson years. Everywhere, more fun. In the Coronet 500 shown

six touchdowns and three for example, bucket seats console carpeting, all-vinyl interiors

I : I conversions, while Fiorelli is padded dash and V8 engine are standard. And clean

I FII' a CALLING one point back with six touchdowns eye-catching beauty? Thafi Coronet all over. Who says

I! I a and two extra points you can't please all of the people ? Coronet sure
ci In conference scoring
t going to give it a try. Drive one soon.
North Noah
Fort Myers'
i I ,1I\ I .. ; o ALL 30 Powers Fiorelll out In front is in with sec-

I'I'I' ond place with 26. Peden r

IvJ1 I leads the Indians with 13 r 4 I i

: COMPLAINING while Ray Joelson and John

Henne are next with 12

I.. 7 7 t apiece Steve Bradley has six
r' and Charlie Hodges one.
: FEET !

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If your fee hurt a little (or even 1 0 I 600 44 II
I 1 1 .8""." 45 46
: it! ii sicrnl.w. a s I .IOf! 80 81H.
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I a I .000 55 la
I y y aI a hurry. ILL GAMeS '1 1I
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..t 'I for anenioyable 'ES Dodge Coronet ;

., f ijr'l Shoe Comfort Shop GOLF ;

I ,II f Special In Arch Supports day of

t and Orthopedic _
trp Shoop'L'I %
J' F TRY See an the new Dodges on display at your nearby Dodge Dealer
if. ;t 1a 251 S. Trail Ve"ice! r o ''

:k j ':t' l Phone 488.3450 Ti I r'I' $12.95 SARASOTAGOLF

il Store Hours 10 to 4 i'r
I I : a m. pm. Colon Bone, GREEN 00 AlY .

) Closed Wednesday White Brown Black FEES . . .
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