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 9, 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: VID00249
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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r Woodmere-The e Town That Was--= ;nt Anymore-1 1\\ II

BT W. EARL ADMANN railroad ties to I.J 1 \
the town that American supply the Ing operations of Mrs, Potter Palmer of ers and many knife and gunfights tervlew by The GONDOLIERwith of Norfolk was employed by t f'
Woodmen Forces In Francu Expeditionary Kluge was so Impressedwith Chicago, who had bought resulted. After the Mrs. Kluge back in the manager to teach the 11 f I,
"few people In the Venice World War I. during the qualities of these thousands of acres of waterfront fence was erected no drinking 1956, was the only store in children who lived in the I I "
to Englewood pine forests that he not only land. was allowed In the town and the settlement and a herd of town, with classes also be- i
.red traveling State Road, 775 realize Herman As a result of this need, reported favorably to his employers In addition to erecting one the trouble died down. Brahma cows and flocks of ing held in the dining room. .I I .

along one and one-quarter atonal C. Kluge, a protest but wrote his wife, of the largest lumber millsIn The manager of the plant, chickens were maintained to The sawmill Itself was in a ; ,
that just southwest of the Inter. Lldgerwood timber cruiser for the Mrs Anna Kluge, a native of the state, the firm also Peter Warwick, of Norfolk, supply meat and dairy pro- large wooden building, four i II"
miles With the Tamlamt Co. Manufactu ring t Schenectady, N. Y., that he built homes for their 1,500 also adopted a paternalistic ducts. stories high, and covered, almost I', :j J "
action was a thriving community Huddlestone, of New York, and the had found "heaven on earth," employee, a large machine policy whereby a part of each The commissary was run tae full city block Think ;': I ::
Trail that had larger population Norfolk Hardware Co. of referring to Englewood. shop a commissary, a dining man's pay was withheld each first by a Mr. Baker, a nephew of t compared to to
than either Venice or En. Florida, to Va.. was sent to They later bought a large hall that seated 1,200 persona, payday and saved for him of Charles Strohmaie-r, day's buildings. i, "
see whether reports tract of land along Lemon theatre he have then collector. Lat- The mill contained the
In Its heyday. of a moving picture a ao would a nestcgg county tax machine I
flewood town, of which not a this a splendid forest in Bay and lived there except railroad yard, and both Prot, for use if he was laid off or er Floyd L. Zelgler took over shop and offices I and
Thud area were true. when forced by of his estant and there ; ,r rpool
today reason Catholic Churches the management of the com was a large man-made I
remain except a Ha quit.There
trice found dense forests of employment to travel to other Nine O'clock in outside for
outline of an old road Curfew were three types of missary. He now resides floating freshly '
faint brush Florida longleaf pine that parts of the world.DalfCentury. The entire settlement covered houses. Those for the officers Sarasota and later became cut logs; also a "haul up"
the overgrown had the
among necessary qualities to Ago about 10 acres and a of the company were of county commissioner.The for moving them into the I
lumber community that
wit a withstand the warm humid Ground for the town of short time later was surrounded frame construction two large dining hall for milt 1
tint was called Manasota that startedit after climate of the West Coast He Manasota was broken on Oct. by an electrified wire stories high Those for the the unmarried men was also The timber was brought :,
the lated company renamed found this species of pine was 19, 1918 just 46 years ago, at fence. No one was permittedto foremon were also frame but used as a recreation center from the woods by train overa
and Wood- hard fine grained and all its a time when the small village leave enter the of
the firm that ownedIt or town only one story high, and those for parties on holidays and network narrow-gauge
mere by tiny air cells were coated of Englewood was only after 9pm. This strict rule for the laborers were one other times. On those occasIons railroad tracks and a giant :
at its finish.War-Bora with a resin that gave it a accessible from the north bya was adopted because some of story but of simpler design. it was always crowded, steam crane was used to load I
permanent protection against narrow rutty wagon trail or the "natives" at first built upa Steaks On The Hoof Mrs. Kluge said. the logs onto the trains. I
The birth of the town was sun, moisture, insects, etc., by the Gulf and Lemon Bay; lucrative business selling The large commissary There was no public school, The company also built a '
brought about by the need for ideal for commercial timber- and Venice was only a dream bootleg whiskey to the work building, according to an In- but a tutor, Jefferson Stone, (Continued on page Z) 4



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the Fastest Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood North Port Charlotte '


talker/ H t v y Taylor Fights !::

ecision ,

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endingand I't awhc'h1A4r.. t.n I .. t wSY = ry aY Caiger's ( ,

Mrs. Arthur Walk. :'
11 hive to wait a while Republican Walter Calger's can Incumbent E. S. (Bill) log board is composed of

they learn the result apparent election as District Raymond and apparentlydoes Commission Chairman Parker -

tir efforts to keep their s4 hNKr.NNW 2 constable probably will be not plan to contest the County Judge John Gra
Venice home. challenged in court by his results ham and Supervisor of Registration
''A air Democratic opponent, Paul A. Bradford Smith, Taylor's Virginia Meade.
!teal hearing was held Taylor, because of an Irregularity attorney said the strip of Smith had appeared before
Circuit Judge John D. in Precinct 9 (Englewood names in the machine omit the Board of County Commissioners I, I"
last ) tI cVgn day ting Taylor and Becker as at 3:30: p,m. Thursdayand
in Sarasota ilr tnwe :
n. 1 ,. candidates was for District 1; handed Chairman L. L. ,
day, at the-conclusion r rw t e sit- kr ahead of Caiger at the closeof > the northern half -Sarasota Parker, who U a member of '

lich he instructed the a i1M1 Tuesday's balloting lost County. The name strip apparently the canvassing board, a copyof
era representing bothto out to the Republican by 14 got into the wrong the protest. 1
votes In the absentee ballot machine by mistake when the Error Claimed
ret together on terms count completed at 8:3D: p.m. voting machine supplies were The protest claims Taylor' I

settlement being prepared at Sarasota name was left off one of the
Ie: Justice told a GONER Thursday.Left Off Ballot Attorney Smith indicated voting machines In Precinct
reporter the settle The Democrat candidate'sname Friday that a suit contestingthe 9 and that the returns are

t terms would not bee fund drive will begin in January under the chairmanshipof was discovered to have results of the election for therefore "erroneous and
NEW LIBRARY-A full-color rendering of the proposednew Ing District 2 constable definitely fraudulent."
//1 public formalized until they are $100,000 Venice Area Public Library by architects George E. Youngberg, Sr.. who reported that the architects been cinct 9 left voting off one machines of the about Pre- would be filed in circuit court It was asked in the protest I

Kannenberg and Hanebuth. AlA, of Sarasota has been currently are working on detailed plans. The new library 4 p.m Tuesday after several If the canvassing board failed that the returns in the race be
her 0e ittorneys can not get placed on display along with a model of the new buildingIn will be built In Blalock Park at the corner of Nokomis hundred persons already had to act on the protest filed by nullified or, as an alternative I-

suitable on terms, it Is both concelv-con- the lobby of the First National Bank of Venice. A build- Avenue and Milan Street. gone through the long lines him Thursday CertifiedThe that the votes for the
on election day to cast their Vote office in the particular machIne \
the case then could be ballots. Sarasota County vote In question be nullified. '
sled to a higher court OSPREY ATTRACTION EMPLOYS AREA PEOPLE The name of Robert Becker count was certified at 11 a.m. Caiger was 130 votes aheadof
Mild stay in the legal Democratic candidate for Friday by the canvassing Taylor on 'he machine I .I
indefinitely. District 2 justice of the peace, board without considering the with the names left off when
e Walkers, victims of also was left off the ballot on protest lodged by Smith. This the ballots were counted at
Ida', Mechanics Lien Floridaland Opening Nears the same machine. Becker, gives the Venice attorney 10 the close of the polls on election r
, hive been in the courts however was defeated by days to file suit to have the day. The names were Inserted '
Ml in a fight to keep more than 2,000 votes in his constable race invalidated.The in the machine after I
home which was sold by the error was discovered 1
bid for election by Republi-
with its drivewaylined cars, one might think there hands at building attractionsin
order to satisfy an un4tt I OSPREY More than 80 property
was little life beyond the Mississippi work night and
lumber bill owned
with stately palms.
Venlce-Osprey area residents pines and scrub palmetto I day at the job of keeping the
ji tub-contractor. I are employed here In a gigantic Flanking U.S. 41 a hundred bushes. 80 employes busy in the actual GriddersChoose (

>e Walkers were In Mich- project that 1 11 destined yards south of Blackburn But the old Blair home construction of the attraction ,
preparing to move to boulders with its mammoth living I .
Point Road are huge .
the, greatest sJ"
become I
South Venice home when room, brick-walled kitchen, Trees Spared 1'1'i'
'Iii' sold They had paid on Florida's tourist-mind. and towering flag poles. three bedrooms and two baths
h for their home owed ed west coast.Floridaland. A couple dozen cars seem lost has been transformed Into a The 'construction' of the
hllla on It and had no"kedge is hardly discernible in two huge paved parking busy office manned by three attraction is actually more
of the unpaid himbill. to motorists passingthe lots between the highway and men who are the brains of 'reconstruction,' because men .
former Col. Shiras Blair I the house. Except for the Floridaland, a secretary anda must dig and cut into the Queen '

public relations man. tropical jungle to 'recon- q .
Phil C. Smashey Osprey struct' the many features of _
resident for 12 years, Don the multi-million dollar Flori-
Jacobs and Jim E. Myers, old (Continued on page 2)) a I# Venice High School's annual -
r Homecoming produced
three popular "victories" Fri
day night-the Indiana brokea
Crash Is Fatal five-year jinx by defeating

Palmetto, 320. In a White '

Sands Conference game, Sal

!w ? a h r ,, .. To 84YearOldAn 5 w ly Huston Queen was crowned to climax Homecoming the- ,I .

the float
r Ball and Sophomore
was judged the best in the
84-year-old Port Charlotte the late model two-door apparently :, parade that preceded the
man was fatally injured blew out when the stadium activities.The I !1/
shortly before noon Friday car hit the concrete culvert. victory upped the In.
I IJr when the car driven by a Trooper Dick Towsley said l dians record for the year toS2 .
niece veered 800 feet off the the Impact of the collision :! in all games played and t ,
highway through an open threw Lucke through the 3-2 In the conference.
field and crashed into a palm windshield, cutting a deep Passes produced four of 1
gash in his head. He was "
tree.Dead the five Venice touchdowns I
from Injuries received taken to Venice Hospital
Quarterback Ray Joelson hit
in the crash is Herbert where he died at 1 OS p.m. ir' twice
left end Nick Harper
Lucke, who lived with his Mrs. Siegrist also suffereda .
for scoring ,
niece;. Mrs Wllhelmlng Sie serious injury to the right plays
connected 13-vard aerialto
grist, at 956 N. E. Harriet leg, possible internal injuries on a
halfback Paul Peden '
St., Port Charlotte, The elderly and severe shock. I
and then watched from the I j I
man died from a deep head Trooper Towsley said the I i I, y
cut and massive external and accident occurred when Mrs. sidelines as his replacement
internal Injuries.The Slegrist pulled out to pass a Tommpy Thompson hit end :' 1. d'
one-car crash occurred concrete mixer truck lost Ken Rlngo for a 30-yard toss ,:

at 11:10: a.m. just north of the control and ran off the highway that produced the final six- "
Par 58 golf course at Venice He said her feet appar. pointer. Joelson ran for two 1 f' t s
East. State troopers and sher ently froze on the accelerator yards for the third-quarter j
Iff'. deputies said the car pedal and he estimated her score. Extra points were 1 f'
was traveling south on U. S. speed between 60 and 70 tallied by Peden and Steve I, u
41 when it careened across miles per hour when the car Bradley both on runs. I.
the highway and Into the field hit the culvert. The Indians made 14 first
apparently at high speed. The state trooper said the downs to seven by Palmetto. 11 j I
The 1964 model car driven car had been loaned to Mrs. They rushed for 130 yards I I
-"MSB by Mrs. Siegrlst, 66, made a Siegrlst by Punta Gorda Motor ASoily and passed for 234 for a sea ,;i' I'' y
'ACT veered out of control sweeping curve acres the Sale while her' was be- son's high of 364 yards. The , a
Wilhelmlne Siegrlst
OF COLLISION with the palm tree open field coming to a halt bog repaired. stout Venice defense led by lo J i '
e the l 1964 automobile pictured here eaur when she pulled out to pail a concrete after jumping a culvert and Assisting Towaley at the Joe Henrlquei and Greg M

\**. death Friday:, of 84-year-old Herbert ready-mi truck. The borrowed car, careered smashing into the palm tree scene of the accident were Jones up front and Terry a'' r
Vf Port Charlotte who was tossed at high speed 800 feet acres an open field which was broken off at the Deputy Sheriff Dick Sauer- Hasklni In the backfield, held
W the windshield Investigating officers lust north of Venice East's Par 58 golf course ground and carried another wine and North Port Charlotte the Tigers to 42 yard rush- I M" '
1 the ear clrlv'lt! j by lucka'i niece Mrs. hitting a culvert and the palm ire*. 30 feet The left rear tire of Paiolmaa St keYs lie air, Huifoo a e jjgmecoming Queers fail and 29 passing.! i '

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... 2. The GONDOLIER, Venice, 4l.. Su1L, Nov, 1. 1964 Farley Passes JtrrCtoro'// s .
'I I Woodmere Florida Funeral
(Continued front rage I) Director Exam
JOHN SCHARCn; daland. (Continued from page 1)) -were moved Intact to Siesta . That Have, Bred \
;; Ellis John Scharch, 73, of From the dense Florida jUndard.gauge track to connect and Casey Key and placed on John 3. Farley announcedthat ComfortJERRY'S T.
y {40 McCall Road, Englewood, Jungle, these men have been up with the Seaboard new foundation. In 1938. The he has successfully pees.ed TeBl 01 .
,I died Friday in Arcadia. sparing In their construction Airline Railroad that had one occupied by the Kluges the Florida Funeral Director Thousands They're Sot.
I', He came here as a retired work. That is, not a singletree been built from Sarasota to now stands on the upper end examination. flexible end Metal Free
i I 1 chemist in 1958 from Detroit. branch or even a twIg Venice in 1911 at the insls Of Casey Key, completely re Farley hag been a licensed c- .. ... "- ....
1 j'' He was with B. F GoodrichCo. I has been cut down that couldbe ance of Mrs. Potter Palmer, modeled.A funeral director in Indiana s uy'" m1 .....
in Akron for 17: years as I I'i saved The planners know who was an influential personage few of the foundation since 1931 and operated his !he .. ...roh.. 644. aM.;.,.!M: I
a fuel and water chemist and that the beauty of the jungle in those days. stones of the old mill remained own business there for 21 toot
'i for 15 year was with Chrysler with its untouched hammocksand Special Train : standing; until about 10 years. The family moved to Quick Itilbl/,."..
I Motors Research Department streams will add beautyof Kluge bought two passenger years ago when they were removed Venice three and one-half CaUoiutt, Bum- SHOE
in Detroit as a chemical manmade gardens. cars and installed wooden to be used in building years ago. tin, Aching Feet COMFORT SHOP
.. i I j' engineer. Mr. Scharch was a Behind the office men are seats in them A special train the little Jetty at the south In January, 1983 Farley Specfo/Wnj/ /. Arch Support end OrMopeon' Stbh
native of Oswego 111, and a busily reconstructing an authentic would leave Manasota each end of the Venice Beach. opened his own funeral homein 251S.TreilVenicePh.48N raIIO ,
a :j graduate of Baldwin-Wallace western ghost town Saturday at 6:30 p,m. and Nothing is left today of he Venice which he operate' .11I to 4,
't'I I College. From the stage of the Golden was switched to the Seaboard once thriving community except with three of his ions
j :. He was a WWI veteran a Nugget Saloon which will -- Line and proceeded Over It a barely discernible -- -===
I member of Central Methodist serve 'red eye' In the form of Ash MadeFloridaland to Sarasota then only a patch of street among the -
I Church in Detroit and K. P soft drinks, soon will dance Wing small town but with a good deserted field of grass, sand
Medina Ohio Lodge<< pretty girls doing the cancan PR shopping district. spurs and palmettos that
I'1' I Survivors include his nephew 'Mellerdramas' will be This gave the residents of stands on the east aide of the
Lorenc. Johnson of En. seen In which the villian with tfanasota an opportunity 1 to road opposite a small white
: I glewood. the handlebar mustache will OSPREY-Ash Wing veteran shop for things not available house that was built on the --.O/t.rrtO'N
j Memorial services will be I be finally thwarted and the Florida newspaperman, at the commissary: as well as I cement foundation of the
: I j. held at Waite and Son Funeral hero will ride Into the golden has been named public rela. to have a "night off" each commissary building S
: Home in Medina, Ohio sunset with the heroine. ions director for Floridaland, week. The train returned . !]
::1 I Rawles Funeral Home was In Near at hand an Indian Village new area attraction sched about 11 p.m. with the passengers No story of Woodmere (or .
I charge of local arrangements is taking shape This is tiled to open here In mid.De- loaded with bundles Manasota) Is complete with SAYINGS
to be one of the most authentic cember. At that time Venice consisted out a brief history of the I
t I :.I \I : HELEN P BROWN villages of its kind outside Wing's appointment was of only a railroad "Y" Kluges. After the sawmill
,I' Mrs Helen P. Brown. 51, the Seminole villages in the announced Friday by James and a freight car used a. was built Kluge remained to >tccoutrr
ef 721 Laurel Ave, died Everglades. Colorful miniature E Myers, Floridaland president ticket office for the station further develop the railroad 1o14'f1lv.Ew
i .1. Thursday at Sarasota Hospital. trains will wind in and master. The city itself was and erect the logging ma :
out of the untouched Florida A former editor of the not started by the Brother. chines. When this was done a ;
I She had been a resident of vastness and tourists will be Englewood Herald and editor hood of Locomotive Engleers little over a year later, he CAR
I : j I the area since 1958 when she able to hand-feed deer. and publisher of the Englewood << until 1925, seven years and his wife left for Argentina -
: and her husband Virgil H. 'G., 90s' Atmosphere Progress Wing has after Manasota was estabished. where they were sent
: (Joe) Brown came here from Besides these, workmen are been> associated with Sarasota by> their employers to cruise
''i 1 t' Benton Harbor, Mich They reconstructing an old-timerailroad papers for the past three The Manasota Lumber other timber tracts They returned '
I. were former owners of B&B station complete with )ears. He came to this area Company sold its mill and to Englewood- in 1923.
: Bar and Tropical Oasia Bar. pot-belly stove and a Gay In 1957 from Tampa wherehe other( properties in 1921 tothe laid out 10 acres of their .... "' ;, ,
She was a native of Bridg- Nineties ticket seller Near Nocatee-Manatee t :
was city editor of the Freight property
: : nan, Mich, the bay a couole hundred Tampa Times. Co., because of reduced demand lots and ida:::of .Jeo: 'of'
; I She was a member of yards west of U.S. 41 a wharfIs Besides his newspaper background for its lumber and because I But then the Florida boom ::1",+ > '1' Your ley to the
i i American Legion Auxiliary to under construction where a Wing was for several "overcuttlng" and fail collapsed and the banks dosed """ .,,,,
No-Vel Post 159 and Tamlami two-stacked paddle wheel ears associated with HolidayOn ure to replant trees had reduced As Mrs. Kluge put it "the things want
: I I Memorial: Post 8118, VFW river steamer will take visitors Ice and the Florida State the supply of commer Kluges. closed with them. ,' you
j .. Auxiliary. on a tour of the Inter. Fair in public relations position clal timber. They were left with only $150, vi'( and need. Save for
: Survivors Include her husband coastal Waterway. Abandoned I9JO she said, and after living on y
; I '; ; her mother, Mrs Hattie BUIy-goat Mountain, occupied Said! Mvers, "We are hap- The new owners changedthe that for six months jumpedat
I Charnowski of Bridgman; by live mountain goats is Indeed to have of name of the community to a chance to go to the PhilIppine a purpose here.
a man
two brothers. Arthur and another feature, plus shops, )v. Woodmere and continued operations Islands where Kluge
I, 'I I Martin Charnowski, both of hens and ducks which play Wing's calibre and back- on a smaller scale for became superintendent of the
Bridgman, and a sister, Mrs. baseball and a dozen other, round associated with Flor- over eight years A huge fire world's largest hardwood saw
'I I Albert Lang also of Bridg- attractive features. Jumping daland We feel his vast destroyed the mill in 1930
of promotion and mill.Later
man porpoises and trained seals 'knowledge and with the demand for lumber while fighting for the
I I ''I I Services were held Friday will soon delight thousands. publicity plus his long careerIn at a low ebb due to the Filipino guerrilla troops dur- Save by: November: I Oth a ;rr
I. at Rawles Funeral Home Smashey, senior vice president Florida will be a definite collapse of the boom and the ng World War II, he was ti
Chapel with The Rev. CharlesI. of Floridaland, explainedthe asset to putting Floridaland" depression, the property was burned alive by the Japanese Earn from November 1st .,.
Rowe of Emmanuel Luth on the attractions map. /
difference between 'con abandoned.All in a trench he was forced to
eran Church officiating. Bur struction' and 'reconstruction. Myer said Wing FIicW;: : d i but three of the houseswere dig after he surrendered to
ial will be in Bri4lman.I .' He said, "If we were sin offices I at razed for their mater. keep them from burning a na-
just trying to build a ghost where, besides public reis isle in the years that follow.ed tive village. His widow, who
I Forty-Four Attend town, a deer ranch and other tires he will also handle and the three that were also fought as a guerrilla, returned -
features, we would lean more publicity and advertising I II spared all two story homes to Englewood after she t9ST
; ; VNWC Card Party toward 'destruction than we I was rescued by American
are to 'reconstruction' TVo CrashHospitalizes troops near the end of the
Forty-four members and n. LT Casts Roles
"We realize that even war. She lived there alone un- .
guests of VeniceNokomisWoman' though we will have beautiful 3 til she passed on a few yearsgo vtxf seta stn erns Ib.YM awlFIRST64J
Club attended the gardens, we must keep the For Second Play .
social bridge afternoon at the real Florida In order to
Club Wednesday achieve the beauty we seek. John A Beals. 78. of VenIce CARD OF THANKS
: : During the play afternoon, If we wanted only to build a was cited for failure to Rehearsals for the Littleicatre's Wit' <.MP. ..raUt d. u4 rim,
Junior Section members displayed railroad have his, vehicle under control second play of the ... .. w. wbk. W .rb.w..
: from the entrance to -. e .r .. ...... EpEAAL
Christmas decorations the steamer in the bay, we following a rear.end collision eason, "A Roomful of of .......p ....... ..p ...., ....
,_._. .._, ....
Wednesday which hospitalized Rosen, will begin this week .t. .up I. soh
I which they are selling during ; would merely chop and cut i.w..rN Ie iahtUnd. fw ...1_
I three prsons and the production is set for and to .h .
section th..r malt
a projectHostesses out a roadbed Mft.Irltaltoii.
i . ..... .. .
Venice police said the 1940 early December. In .1 Ch I. A.
were Mesdames "But we recognize the beau w..... .. u.. rhlltl_'. RohoiolUtao "Our Thirtkth Anniversary YHl'
Arthur A. Laughlin, Lewis A. ty of nature and, although it model car driven by Beals Morgan Luck and Frank tin Ranch Uk....<. Pl..
Eaton, Clarence Smart and takes a great deal more) timeto crashed from behind Into an Thyna will play the parts of TBB WRRDEg OF NOKOMI8
auto driven by Herbert Nancy and Jay Fallon, and
Norman Force achieve the goal, we feel -
)G Door prizes were won by that hundreds of thousands of Juernberg 68, of Crandon, John Scagllone their son Lar-
I ,1 t''" Mesdames Frank Grosh Harry visitors will see at Florida- Wis. Nuernberg, his wife. Male !y. Courtney Willis will portray -
I ,l (8, and another woman Nancy's husband, Mc-
,'. Rubengoenig and J. Lynn land for the first time in their
Wiley. live. a blending Of the workof passenger, Kathryn Mitchell, Gowan, and Wendy Dillon is
T nature and man. 57, of 849 Guild Dr., Venice, cast !in the leading role oftheir \
were taken to Venice Hos- daughter Bridget. drDowNTowN
i ALLEN pital. Portraying the role of the
'I' The mishap occurred on neighbor, Grace, will be Margaret -
Convalescent and FOR SALE Fairway Drive near Smack Smith, and her son, d tM

I Nursing Home IcDonald's restaurant. Damage Dick, will be performed by
1964 Chevrolet Sport the Steve Ferguson. Susan
I to Nuernberg car was Bahryas
24 Hour Sendee
Hurting Coupe. 6,500 Miss estimated at $450 Beale's auto June and Dorothy Ellis as
Phone Venice CS8-nOZ Ph. 488-4731 was regarded as a total Willamae complete the castKnuckles VENICEa

.r Hurt

By ConveyorJim First & Finest Shopping Area

ORDER NOW Knuckles, 20, son of
Constable and Mrs. Millard DAZZLING SPARKLING
(Jack) Knuckles, Venice Gar. a N
i I II dens, escaped serious injury
late Monday afternoon when BARGAINS VALUES!
I I his foot became caught In the

:. The/ South County's FIRST hopper moving at conveyor the West belt Coast of Del-the 4DICK

mite plant east of Venice.
I :i Knuckles said he was Inside & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP
MAIL AAY EDITIONS the hopper cleaning down the
aides when the caked dolomite WITH THIS COUPON VISIT OUR
suddenly dislodged
burying him up to the waist ALKA SELTZER BAR
and knocking hU foot down
onto the moving steel conveyor Individual (foil wrap

belt. reg. 98e OVC Gifts for all occasions!

I of He fellow attracted workmen the by attention 231 W. Venice Ave-488-4774-Medical Center Bldg.
: tossing :
chunks of caked dolomite 225 W Venice Ave. Ph.4aa.l6
I I S over the sides of the hopper
since his voice could not beheard VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO.
I over the noise of the SHRODE JEWELRY
: January 7th edition to coincide wtih the FIRST formal machinery.The AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI

I opening of RINGLING BROS BARNUM AND BAILEY COM. admitted young overnight workman to Venice was Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Matte WeddIng Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rlngt!

I i BINED CIRCUS, will offer its MAIL-AWAY EDITION with Hospital where he was treated Stuart Merrlck, Owner Watches Silverware! Jewelry
I a severe sprain and
I complete coverage of OSPREY LAUREL NOKOMIS pulled tendons. 235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473 Watch end Jeweler Repair

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Grange Hcs.dss. members wnit who i I'. have e been for : Venice; (jar ens Haw); golf. They have three --!- -
in their family
THE Mr. Frank Hunter wlll-b away tot the summer All young members Mr and Mra. 'R. L. Bell-
-on* attending the University of Gardenia Road are
In case
charge of the Venice Granger are welcome and By AILEEN GERDTS who Is with B. F. Goodrich, one In
of Florida; moving this week to their
BIG Grange potluck supper Wednesday those attending are requested Miss Dorothy Gale OJ 417 hopes to be here for the arrival School and onein 1 "
Venice High ; new home on North Banyait 4e j
at II P m. at Venice to bring I covered dish and I Tahaml Rd. has her mother school.
Civic Center. place service the Elementary Drive. Good lucky and happiness -
visiting her for the winter. -o-
Greetings! In your new home, and
Mrs Eva Case Is from Battle The pot luck supper at the -0- we're so glad will still I Itce
3 1 IN SARASOTA 'Creek and East LeRoy, Mich. Recreation Center was a The Ladies Thursday be Gardens residents.
RON. DEL'S LAMP & SHADE Bless these young oldsters huge success, with 275 people Bridge Club which meets at
SHOPPE Mr*. Case at 80 flew down by attending We all had the opportunity the Recreation Center, had --
Jet, her first night, and she to sing a Happy eight tables playing on Needless to say that all of eR
loved it. I'm sure she will Birthday to Mrs. John J. Wilson -Thursday. High scores were the Venice Gardens resident
CUSTOM SHADES. .lo h covered vlnyli. enjoy her winter here of 309 Shamrock Blvd., made by Marlon Bridges, were very upset by the dismissal By CECILY BROWNSTONE
burlap, parchment, etc MADE TO ORDER -- whose birthday was on Thursday Lee Chase, and Selma Mc- of Bill Kelley, the director -
,art AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service Mr. and Mrs William B ,. and to her husband, Lin. Congratulations gals of the Recreation Center Associated Press Food. .Editor. eI
whose birthday was on Fri He has been hardworking i
Prior of 1638 Banyan Dr. -oMr a very .
have their daughter-in-law, day. and Mrs. Harris C. man, with the resi Who's afraid of baiting J d
Also hundred of' lampshades In ifock. All Mrs. Lee Prior of Pakistan, -oWe Osgood of 417 Clover Rd. dents' welfare and particularly According to our private I'I'J :
shapes and ,It... visiting with them. Pat PriorIs want to welcome Mr. have had as their guest Mr. that of the young people survey, a good many young
We Mole (limp. Out 01 yoas. lof/fe. "e I. expecting a very special and Mrs. Jack Lenhart to the William\ Newton from Bay so much In his mind.A women admit that they're'un-> ,)
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s. ....L..IN IIJ block North ot Sean I grandparents are custom builder, and when "sand In his shoes" so that members. of the' Recreation. . Franc America's* Beef Bourgulg-CountryCaptain I
SARASOTA very happy. Mr. Lee Prior. they can find time, both Jack he will be back again Center; < non or, but they wilt at the I I

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bat !. WM., HOT. IM4I *i teaspoon salt '
8ooo o ooO .. V4 cup Irmly-packed; light i '
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39cS 1 medium tomato, thinly I .I
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add oil as needed and brown 4
remaining eggplant the '
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GONCCLirP Venice Ha. Sun. Nov 8, 1744HCMBKR -
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if( PEOPLE SPEAK Cheery- Good Evening

: By KAY 1ANIC3 whose doors open wide to without prejudice or pride
j young and old Grant us, we beseech T
jJ At this time of year, particularly It is gratitude that Inspires both wisdom and humlitj
with preparationsfor members of the HAV to giveof In directing our united !tf.
J To The Editor: tribute to the Theatre and Its the holiday so much in themselves. And It isn't forts to do for others OIlIy i
Thought for young people work. evidence, we pause in our certain as Thou would have ''
at a us do
once a year
i (Nov 3, 1963)) : I taught play production at plans for Thanksgiving dinner only that give thanks for Amen, .
You've heard a lot about Woman' (Huntington: ) College for Christmas period we
s Of THE ASSOCIATED HIES- ._ mitt OP TUB: FLORIDA Peels ASSOCIATION and shopping' this privilege. It is our daily
being responsible citizens.: in Montgomery, Ala, to think of those less fortunate

Tb. AMO.MU*. "... to ...ltulv.lp. ....u... lo M.III fw _bUoa.lO. of .11 ...n dI....". _I.... b Well, today we older people and at Ward Belmont in who are confined in prayer: Church Dinner
and Heavenly
.. ..h....... dl.d, Ulll .>PV, Mt .Mf qed am b..... AU rllht. olli _bU..U... are voting, to help, In the best Nashville, Term, and worked doors. Almighty God The Venice United
i ip.ciftl dlip.teb. a.1. r en.A we know how, and with with local theatre groups in Father of Mankind bless w* Chord
\ Tb. Non aced best *4v.rtl>,lii| wMMt of |.... ...._ WMTrifhM .ad ... ......._ IIa. the way hope of God's help, to Montgomery Birmingham, Because we are hospital pray Thee, our endeavorsin of Christ will hold its Novtm!
: .swig forblddm rasps br erluw p...Uba. Atlanta, York and Nash volunteers we tend especiallyto those hospitals in whichwe Family Fellowship JiQ.)]
shape the world to come tomorrow
in hospital ner (
f mbllib. ....? Moods U4 n......' .".. 11MI I. Mini 1 A.BntoM __ your world. We pray that it ville. In each of these localities be Interested cent fully enjoy strive to bring i comfort at 8:30: In the Venice Monday) night!
patients, who Garden
A> Seed e.... UMtw Al Port Offto M Isl.. Plorldi will be a better one. the groups themselves rr the and hope to all who are in Recreation Center,
the invigorating
Some of can't vote yet, welcomed the outside, un distress of mind or body.
:you Circle
EDWARD D. BALL ..,................................... Editor and Publisher but iff a good time for careful prejudiced reviewer's assessment apparent. True transition, we in the of South seasons Guide us so that we may the "Esther No. 2 Circle, now,"known wlU b u,

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Adrertlsing Manager consideration. Are you of their work as a don't experience the Joys of use the privilege given us the hostess. All members
of stimulation and to help the aged, the ill and and
'I I SAM DILLON .................................. Newt and Newsphoto Editor satisfied with what YOU'REdoine means. our Northern neighbors, who the young with generosity friends of the church are hi.
; NOW to help shape growth.It in the very ed to bring the
l ROGER KILBY................................... MechaniCal Superintendent that world? is very easy to work so view the changing hues with discretion and usual plan]
the season nears setting plus an extra
foliage as dinner
t I saw lot of serious young closely with a project that one with gentleness.Give .
a its close Nevertheless, this is plate and a meat, vegetable
I I' SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, >5 2J per year $3.25 per six months, |2.79 faces at the polls; many of loses perspective. You do not a beautiful time of the year in us the strength to labor or salad sufficient to serve,
r per three months 10 cent per copy. Out of county $4.2S per year, $4.23 those faces belonged to have to agree with a critic in Venice, and It is our wish to diligently, the courage at least eight. Dessert and
order from his crit-
7 I per six months, $3 per three month young people who voted for to profit share it. We hope that in to think and to speak with beverage will be provided by
r : Ad.., BrpNwn,.U.., Pie Ida Prw lantet, CilMnUK J'Ia.1 N- Zen the first time today. I wondered icism. Critical reviews often some small way, through our clarity and conviction but the hostesses.
'I' ; _toti_ N.w York', N I.. Atluiu. Cn Dffrelb, ...... what they'll think of produce more interest and many services, we can bring -
i j ji' 1" "== their world when they are my better attendance than insipid comfort to those who are in

. :nl i Quick Changing World Picture age.The time to think of it is sweetness and LUCY fawning BALL, distress Unless of a mind patient or Is body.broughtto SERVING FLORIDA SINCE 1750

I i' now, for all of us, :young and Venice the hospital as an emergency -
old. Let's remember that P. S.: I might add that last Evening Aides are
; 'I : In terms of time, history sometimes member House of Commons. This Is bard- good citizenship doesn't just year when I called the authorof probably their first Introduction "

i I : concentrates momentous events. That happened ly workable defection, absences, Illnesses begin or end with voting: the letter read at the Thea. to the Hospital Auxiliary cQoricIa oervice f
t. There's a lot of time between tre Thursday night to ask him Volunteer. It is the Evening reeling c
I when, within a matter of hour, deaths, could eliminate it overnight. votes. .
to serve again on the makeup Aide who asks the patients ..
l: Niluta. Khrushchev was banished from office . There is every chance that a new Mrs. John H. Bradish Jr., committee he declined, their preference of Juice, soft '00' P"00"e e"oe".I N'N're re

I : after tome 10 year of apparently election will take place In the compare Venice. with criticism much more drink, milk, tea or coffee' Conservative future under the English severe of the Theatre's whole during visiting hours. An Cordially
I unassailable power, tively near sys- To The Editor effort than .he review in okay must be given by a reg.
I I government which had ruled for I 13 years tern, one must be called If the party in Since I did not wish to be- question. istered nurse before requests

j I was defeated by Labor, and the Red power Is unable to produce majorityvote come embroiled In a public (Editor's Note: The letter may be filled, but this ser WelcomesYou
hassle, this letter is writtenin read at the Little Theatre vice requires volunteers at
their first nuclear The belief Is that
Chinese detonated ex on major issue.
I ; a
thoughtful reply to the Thursday night did not three stations seven nights a
plosion.The the new prime minister, Harold Wilson emotional, melodramatic rendering reach the paper In time for week. When everyone is servo and Your FamilyTo

I fall of Khrushchev came at a total may have to go slow on his program of of the Letter To The this edition It will be pub ed, and the diet kitchen put in
lished Thursday U the author order, the volunteers' work is
Editor read to the cast and Your New Homel!
I to the West. And it will belong ai socialization of major enterprise
: lurprise : program assembled friends backstageat will be good enonch to finished. Time isn't consum
time before all the elements and which was halted, and to an extent the Little Theatre Thursday deliver It to us.) ing, approximately ninety

'I i, forces which had a part in it are known reversed, by the Conservative He it night minutes each night, but the '
service Is greatly appreciated The State of FloridaIt
With the author of the let. Course In Art
I I and understood. First reports Indicatedthat pledged to abandon British developmentof ter seated between me and as verified by letters from

the Premier had voluntarily stepped a nuclear deterrent, and, with that he the make-up box while I was grateful patients.At Is our desire to mate you feel welcome
Set At
down, for reasons of age and ill health. Is against the U. S. wanted nuclear fleet, trying desperately to finish OspreySouth present there are 11 '
the Job of make-up, which I Evening Aides, which is sufficient and to acquaint you with your city.
Information belied this. It became manned and mix Western residents will
Later supported by a !had agreed to do as my small County at this time. How
clear that he had been dismissed In total I Idisgr.ce power How far he will go In this, or be part, I kept asking myself if have an opportunity to takea ever, in the coming winter
in art at
I. of bad able In the of his Commons either the reader or the young course beginning months with an influx of
Incompetence to light
on charges go tiny lady who said she "wouldnot Osprey School. "snow-birds," it will be If you are new ;in the area, a phone
'. Judgement, administrative failures, nepotism majority, is one more of the loom- wrap her fish in The Franz Foster, graduate of to recruit addition.
necessary call will visit; ; from
t the Rlngling School of Art, bring you a prompt
and other high crimes and misde ing questions. GONDOLIER" had contributed al help.
I r: as consistently during the is the instructor. Foster has To live in community /local/ hottest. Please her calll!
meanors. His chief aides want into oblivion China's nuclear accomplishment had also done work in studios in a your give a
last two years to the welfare where a good hospital is
with him. long been expected and feared. According and growth of the Theatre as Chicago and has had his available is important to persons She hat maps and many free and wonderful
exhibited at NanCleland'
The and to the her first bomb was The GONDOLIER drawings of all ages, but to people
t : great question- no one ex- experts, in Mobile
I'd like to list a few of the Gallery "along in years," as one gifts for you from local businesses
pacts an early answer to this-is what very small by U. S.-Soviet standards, and Ala.
t, ways In which we have triedto Evening Alde phrased it, a
policies the new Soviet government will she has no delivery system. But she Is help: The class will meet one hospital of high standards,

follow. Khrushchev, for all of his occasional on her way and the world can expect e This newspaper paid $24 from night 7 a to week 10 p.m., Wednesday in the cafeteria ., plus a friendly atmosphere, MRS. ETHEL TUCKER

.t 1>- violent words, had followed a her to exert every effort to become a printed for an ad by in our the competitor programs, at Osprey School. Reg. are especially of primary when consequence choosing a, 420 Nokomis Ave. Venice, Florida

line of moderation that is understoodin first-class nuclear This will necessitate istration fee is $3,00 plus ma
as power. who, incidentally, did an ex site for retirement. These PHONE 488-3134
terials. The class will meet
Moscow, Western authorities, for the long and grave second thoughts on pert job both from the view. Wednesday night, Nov. 11 for qualifications are easily apparent -
point of printing and make. at Venice Hospital,
I most part, say that they expect his successors the part of the West and, very probably, the first time and interested

to pursue the same line, In principle revisions of high policy. China is the most up.e We buy a ticket for the persons may register then. .
For further information visit
i I I' if not In detail. Others are pessi warlike of all powers, and her human resources privilege of helping with the the Community School, 1001S.

I midis They fear a more aggressive Soviet are almost infinite. The threat she make-up.e This newspaper gives Washington Blvd, Sarasota Trailer Acres: active people enjoying their freedom years among friends, neighbors who'd love lo have yot

. policy, designed to shore up the defections may be able to offer the world in com generously of picture and col. or phone 9581332.

f within the communist bloc. It will ing years Is grave indeed. umn space to production United States agriculturalassets
promotion in a community
be a time of uneasy waiting. The President, In his talk discussing where there are many, many ($214 billion) equal

I Labor's victory in Britain came as no these events, said the United State must other organizations needingand about three-fifths stocks on of the all New corporation -

II surprise-the polls had indicated it for maintain commanding strength even at it limited wanting spaceThis .publicity in its York Exchange. .

I the most part, though they forecast a Intensifies its efforts to maintain peace. e newspaper pays a -

I narrow margin of victory. It was narrow That will be a major goal for a long photographer and a reviewer
each production to go to the WATCH FOR
indeed four-vote In 630- time to
-a majority a come.
dress rehearsal in order to
give the Theatre and the THE r
. III readers the widest possible
What Would Happen? coverage. Since they are BIG
highly competent Individuals,

Some years ago, it was proposed that stick theory ignore i i. the fact that it is we do not tell them how to $'
perform their jobs. I heard
a farm organization and a national union taxes on the profits of the private sectorof absolutely no criticism of the

I get together and form a gigantic food the economy that allow us to have reviewer's ability or character 3 r __
when the review. A
all the from sector at all. We hear from same
l cooperative, integrated way any 'public' er wrote in glowing and com
seed to supermarket. This, it was said, time to time, learned arguments about! plimentary terms of last sea. I

would provide a "yardstick" for measuring what portion of a nation' wealth should son's "Love Rides The :
Rails" In fact, The GONDOLIER :
I the prices chared by existing food be devoted to the 'public' sector and: thought so well of it .r ,

I !" retailers, most particularly the food what portion to the 'private' sector. Yet that it published this reviewon

\ chains. The co-op would be financed by the vital and seldom-grasped fact is that the front page of its April
9 issue. Also, in its issue of r''
huge borrowings from the federal government. without I strong and growing and vigorous Feb. 27 this same critic in !

private sector, there can be no public a colorful review of "Diaryof ATY.S.C. 1

Now it has been urged again. And, sector at all, because it is the private Anne Frank" called it "the
finest production to date
I unrivalled
f i, i! while it got nowhere in the past and sector, through taxes, that pays the bills. on Broadway." And "' re+

I i seems to have no chance of going anywhere Government or some tax-free, tax- in its March 2 issue this newspaper

I I In the foreseeable future, the potentialities editorially paid high t

I deserve some close analysis government .

I, i Something said by an organizationwhich everything "cheaper." But what would It's picnic time again at Trailer Acres

is made up of the food chains happen when no one was left to pay the

I I j I deserves wide reading: "What the yard taxes to support the government ON VETERANS DAY Yesterday, Trailer Acres was Just an Idea. Today, ift an Ideal rellremenl community of

spacious tots with paved streets, central sewer and water systems Tomorrow. . we plan

. I IL1 f I i I Larded Roast NOVEMBER 11th. this lo be America's largest active retirement mobilehome communityl!

I Back. in the days when beef came from There no need to lard a roast now. Over 400 mobilehome sites have already been sold. More !than tOO people are now e*

'Ulj I steers and cows that had not been fed The flavor and the richness Is built in, )joying this happy way of life. The retirement couples keep coming, And rightly so. They've

?I r''' out, a luxury meat was a roast that was if the cut of meat is anything except the shopped and compared; some will have saved as much as $$1,500. They know values and

I "larded." Meat cutters would !bore holes lowest grade. appreciate the extras thai Trailer Acres offers.

1/ I I through thick cut of lean meat and put
/ : I That's one fancy item in the food stores 1 c The Recreation Center will soon have an observatory second story The fun games parties
stripes of fat pork through the holes,
that has gone out, and because of quality and dances will be all the merrier. And with that much more lounge rooms for cards bobbies
I the which
q filling them with fat meat
and just plain relaxing and enjoying your neighbors. Boating and fishing on the beautiful
I products taking over.Greenville..
I would add and richness the
) flavor to
If\ and fish.filled .
1)1} Myakka River continues to be ever popular with the happy residents.
i It I lean meat. Ala., Advocate. And just a mile away are the healthful waters of Warm Mineral Springs. Al Trailer Acres

I ''lj i1JI1 11 tJ t I.j 'I'I r.t Library Column Why you really nol 'drive know oul you're today!enjoying Or on the your weekend.freedom The years.owners are ,at the entrance-office ,from

I 'I by B. Lan Newton 10 to S dally and Sunday Ask for Boris Kaye or Gene.Gfayson. They'd like lo meet you
t May we honor and will be delighted to show you around. You'll be glad you came.
I I' C, P. SNOW is a name recognized by Pamela Hansford Johnson. Both are know ) "

1{ novel readers in England and America In academic circles In this country. those who have Mobilehome Jiles from$1295 W.lerlront.froll $1795 '
1 l But Sir Charles Percy Snow took on anew There is profound truth in his opinion served our nation Terms: 10% Down-Up T*Yean Ti Piy' '

j aura when he was named parlia Those of n who fare beer, fore I ,
in time of i
secretary to the newly formed readers all/ our lift uldom fully ,eo//- war ( IC;,

? Minify of Technology by Labor Minister /ire the enormous extension of oar I Ii

Harold Wilson. Being' which/ / we owe fo oir/Aors." r/e TJA3

:r Inevitably his appointment recalled in realize/ if bed when we folk with, onunliftrary ,." .. *.wwwct

f the British press another statesman-novel / friend He may oe lull of RRTIOI J '
'fFF fat: Benjamin Disraeli, the author of Con- goodness/ end good sense but Ae irl' ,',"

Ingsby and ether novels, who became habits a ffny world. In H, we should vases \IL08IDAW 1heTrailerPar111hafsPlannedlaBaArrmrka'slarptsf, .

"j f 11 Prime Minister of England. oe lurYocorW.: tOYl On the beautiful Myakka River and U. S. 41-43 miles S. of Bradenlon 29 miles S. of Sarasota ,

t Snow' books are an Impressive study Novels by C P. Snow are on the shelve .IAHWf2J t 11 I mile S. of Venice 8 miles N.L of Englewood IS miles K. of Lisle Corda. 36 miles H. of fort Mven.4The >

I I of the Issues of the nuclear society. of the Public Library of Venice ATM.

c I Sir Charles i I. married to novelist USE YOUR LIBRARY.

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Will Fea.'ure Kiddies Events r Football-Weekend Clothes

I day for the kiddies Is VNWC To Honor (
tor Episcopalrnien'sChriatmas i
plans Are Fashion Show FeatureTheme

IV Fair> Batasr" on I
,'at SU Marks Parish i of the Rotary Ann the gowns from Hazel D Shop Past-Presidents : r j
fashion show luncheon Wed. will be Mesdames Douglas ir.
Ln'S activities Will neaday at 12:30: pm. at Cy- R. Murphy, John G. Meadows I
puppet' shows, an In. ro's Venetian Moon will be Earle Rawles and Jay I,
or'l and dance presen.rnaClo "Alumnae Football-Weekend Lumley, Show highlight will Wednesday Tea
acts and a gift fashions be custom-made original J ; , ,

nd. events win be held' The models will present evening gowns. Past presidents of Venice- popular songs, "A Song IB '
anout the day, according fashions suitable for all foot- Mrs Leon Terry will be Nokomis Woman's Club will My Heart" "If I could Tell '
K Chairmen Mrs A. ball-weekend occasions Including commentator and Is chairmen 'I
ear be honored at a tea Wednesday You, "Something Wondersfoil" I 1
Johns and Mrs Chart- casual afternoon and of the show. Mrs Jay at the clubhouse from and "Sing A Rainbow." ,: '
hard, from the 10 a.m. "after five" outfits. Modeling Lumley Is in charge of reservations i I
I, until closing at 6:30: I and tickets and President 2:30: to 4 p.m. I
15 11. puppet shows, p- Mrs. J, Howard Vaughn Guests of honor will be Old Tyme Club ''i
NY Club .
b?' puppeteer Mrs. State will preside. Luncheon decorations Mesdames H. L. Mundy Mrs
roster of South Ven1,11 will feature college Frank Burton, Mrs. ClydeV Plans MonthlyDanceSuppers
be held at 11 .mIjOpm. Begins MeetingsNew banners and Individual foot Higel, Mrs Carl Hamilton I ,I t'
with a third as York State Club will ball motif arrangements on Mrs Tyler S. Carpenterand i, .
velT planned for late begin fall activities Tuesday the tables. Mrs. Ardrla LePelly.
non E S. Gerberlch, at 6 p.m. at American Legion Table decorations will be Venice Old Tym Square !
Art Assn and Round Dance Club will
Nokomis Hall in with
Englewood a floral arrangements In pastel I
ProctersTo initiate monthly pot luck
IcntwhowasrdoptedlnIndian and an evening of i
supper of
colors pink pale yellow :
chief's family, this year, the executive
dancing, singing and
table will
group and white. The tea
his tribal regalia committee decided at its
'ear cords Entertain be covered with a lace cloth
with old Indian meeting Wednesday at the I
Intertaln An orchestra will for
candles in silver
and ivory I
home of President FoUden
langu- Loyal
in sign
j,, one the dancing and singalongevent. candelebra will flank the
of Glen Oak Road.
at a dance. Music Club 220 I
,, Ralph Thomas, child. A SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR call for hundreds right, Mesdames Vernon Waite, Herbert floral centerpl ce. The suppers will be held at !
activities chairman, of woman.houn of advance work and thi Jones, Mabel Cook, George Bangs A. Walter A musical program will be the fourth Tuesday dance i
lan for the magic acts group of Episcopal Churchwomen Include Johns, Mill Sybil Watterton, Mrs. Gilbert Round Dance Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. presented at 3 p.m. with Mrs each month
Procter will entertain
t being made and If art those who have been working all summer In Andrews and Mn. Margaret Thomai. Also Marvin P. Courtney as soloist First dance of the seasonIs
and of Nocturne
Class To .
can be completedCircus BeginA accompanied by Mrs.James set for Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ments City Magicians preparation ,for their "World'i Fair Baiaar"let present at the work period at the church Hour Music Club at its meetIng Hightower. Her selections at Venice Civic Center. An I'j
Iicts will be scheduled for Nov. 21. Shown with tome of their parish hall was Mill Mabel Boclelman. second city-sponsored Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the will Include Connais Tu instruction period will begin
tervals throughout the Chriitmai decoration creation are, left to free round dance class will home of Mrs. Eva B. Goff of Le Pays from "Mignon" by at 7:30: p.m. Oliver Cunnings
tions for begin Monday at Venice Civic Laurel Shores. Thomas; Shuman's "Ich win call and the public is invited. ,H
the hall. '
antiques and second-hand ECW. Center with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Proctor Is a pianist '
"fun" Nlcht" and of
grown-up an Sandwiches cake, pia! and articles and the Botique table Mrs William Noyes will be Markle instructors, Grolle a group ;
Byron as and he is director of music at i
teller will ....
fortune ....._,
moue drinks will l be served from will be under the chairman In charge of a flowers and Recreation Department t Venice Nokomis Methodist .- L.l.t.: hand to read the future 11:30: a.m. by members of ship of Mrs Vernon Waite plants table, Mrs Helen Vln- Chairman Blanche Cell said Church. The will include
tear donors. Episcopal Young Churchmen, and Mrs. J. Elwood King. Ing and Mrs. George Bagg today. selections program from Beet- We are having a Clearance I Ii :1:1df
Post Office booth, coned under Miss Stevie Spauld- Mrs George Bangs will be in will have a nuts and cheese The first class graduated hoven's Fifth Symphony andTchalkovsky's IS:
by St. Mary's Guild, Ing's direction. Mrs. Jerry charge of hand-made articles table, and the food booth will 20 last month. The Markles Sixth Sym
arge of Mrs Raymond Meadows and Mrs. August and the knitwear table is being be In charge of Mrs Mark will be assisted by Mr. and phony.
will feature packages Waeldln are in charge of the handled by Mrs. George Bishop and Mrs. Maurice Mrs Harold Etcher of Sarasota Refreshments will be servo i
all over the world. Post. refreshments. Gibbs. Marr. Mrs. Johns is chair. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam ed and a social hour will follow j\\
various countriesbe The Flea Market booth, items, of Christmas Decorations
[ram under Religious including I man the Allison. Class hours will be the program. The club is
Interspersed with Mrs. Robert Spauldingand books, will be sold by members booth Bazaar treasurer affiliate
from 7 to 8 All couplesare an of National Federation
mil items In decors Mrs. Rickard will aelllace of the Altar Guild for Is Miss Ann Lothman of Music Clubs. \

Methodist WSCS I WMS Will Study Korea"Korea I to mate room for our new merchandise. f
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES We will offer desireable

: Ready for Rellg slides on Korea will be EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I
Meet This Weekmen's ious topic Change"at the business will be and program missionary shown.November circle meetingwill TRADITIONALLet SWIMSUITS/ TOO t I jet ,

meeting of Women's be: us style your favorite vase find ;
[ Society of Christ. Lois Circle, t pm at the I Missionary Society of First Nella Dean Whitten Circle, or eeramle Into beautiful lamps the good prices you always
of Grace Metho- home of Mrs. William G. AT OUR SALES I :
Society I
Baptist Church Wednesday at Nov. 17 at 7:30: p.m. at the
Church will hold the Nojxr Punch of 812 Clncy St., devotions -' 8:30 p.m. at the church. home of Mrs Glen Stephensof t a Rewiring! a Retry/fog THURS, NOV. 12 ::
meetings Tuesday ex- and program by Mrs. i Mrs. Roland Curry, Worn.en' 404 Alhambra Road; Fay a All Lamp Repairs FRI. NOV. 13 4
the Martha Cir- E. G. (Dan) Boone. COME ,
for Mary Missionary Union president Taylor Circle, Nov. 17 at 9:30: Work by Experienced Designers and SAT.. NOV. 14 ,,
ihlch will meet on Nov.I f
busifleas .
will conduct the a m at the home of Mrs. Roy
Homemakers'Clubs meeting preceding the Taylor of 219 Turin St., and Craftsmen
I meeting will be held program. 1 Jean Favell Circle, Nov. 24 THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. THE HELENA SHOP 4 !P PW ;
pm at the home of Mrs To Meet\ Mrs. Robert Wlghtman will at 10 a.m. at the home of .
win Forbus of 49 Tarpon discuss "Korea, Land of Mrs. Ike Roberts of Laurel
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL Venice Ave. 1
,devotions and program DuringVeek Morning Calm," Mrs. C. H. with Sunbeam Nursery at the I
[n Robert Gamble. Coxwell will talk on "Rellg church. ---.- m _' 11 t
nday's meetings will be Both Venice and Nokomis ious Life in Korea;" Mrs.

fowl: Homemakers Exte n s Ion Clyde Higel, on "A Mission State Music i
oml Circle 9:30 am at
Groups will meet this week. Tour of Seoul and
one of Mrs. John Karn The Venice Group will havea and Mrs. Edward Jones, on Club PresidentTo
The Rlalto, devotions .
workshop at Venice Civic "Taejon, Chonan, Wonju, /
program by Mrs Ralph Center Monday at 9:30: a m. Taegu and Kwangju Speak Here "
and a business meeting at 1 The opening worship and
bekah Circle 10 a.m. at Mrs. James C. Clemens of:
period will be conducted r
me of Mrs. Stanley Col- Ii pm.The
Nokomis Group will by Mrs. Higel and Mrs West Palm Beach, president
it 406 Valencia Road,
dens will meet Thursday at 10 a. George Hauser and Mrs H. of the State Federation of l" '
and program by Mrs. m. at Nokomis Pyre Station M. Willis will conclude the Music Clubs will be guest .

cit Veach. I for a workshop. A potluck program Time permitting, speaker at the Seminole District Vr'47rI 1
ace Circle ::30p.m. at
dinner will be served at noon. Music Clubs Friday at
me of Mrs. Van B. Card .
Fisherman's Wharf.
Dinner chairmen are Mes. 1.
1132 Sunset Drive dens dames Lewis Powers, Louis St. RaDhael'sChurch Mrs. Clyde Higel, district
and program by Mrs. Pieta and Robert Hicks. president, will be in charge
Simonsen. Plans and asks that reservations be
iher Circle, 2 p.m. at thee made her at her in Florida
by calling
of Mrs Charles W. Stamp Club Meets Social EventsFall ,
home no later than Wednesday I
of 904 Shamrock Blvd., Venice Stamp Club will activities at St. Raph.ael' I
c.: Gardens, program by meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
will talk ,
Catholic Church of Englewood Mrs. Clemens on it's the '
John Robinson and dens in the community room of will include an Altar the biennial convention sched- i.
by Mrs Edna Buckle. Sarasota Federal Savings and
in Miami
Society card party Friday uled for April
when 2 at Loan Assn. President
Circle George
pm. and a roast beef dinner Beach. Mrs Donna Courtney,
church, devotions and Youngberg will preside and
prepared bv the men of the of Cecllian Music Society, CHEAPESTmodern
m by MrsFred Stiff. an Interested persons are in-
\ Church on Nov. 13. will sing accompanied by
vited. Mrs John Brejack is gen Mrs. James Hightower '
eral chairman of the 7.30: p. Nationally federated clubs
m. card party which Is being In the District are Beethoven wafl."J
ow that the official count is in I sponsored by the St. Cecilia Music Club of Bradenton, ,//I, ;
Musicale of Sarasota
Circle. There will be refresh Evening :j'j
ould like to thank all those who ments and door prizes. Reservations Sarasota Music Club, ? i i"rm0n
are not required. A Cecllian Music Society and :
orked so diligently for my election, donation of 79 cents will be re- Nocturne Hour Music Club. : \'!

and also those who expressed their quested.The 'r'
men's dinner I tlI )
confidence In me by their vote I will be Sunday served from noon to WATCH FOR I i

fill certainly make sure that the con 3 p.m and donations, which I
may be made at the door, will ''MI I
fidence was warranted. be $150 for adults and $1 THE ; l

for children under 12. BIG WARM and COOL your home YEAR-ROUND with

REPUBLICAN ROBERT M.CANDIDATE-ELECT WRIGHT Men's Club To Garden Elect 3' Reverse-cycle Electric Air-conditioning ; i; I ,

Officers FridayElection ,/,

District No. 5, of 1965 officers of One compact heating and cooling system does both! Just dial for cool comfort in ,l II "

Men's Garden Club will be summer and cozy warmth winter..No need to take up precious space in your homo ,I '

held at the meeting of Men's to install heating equipment,because reverse-cycle central and window models now '

Garden Club of Venice Fridayat cost little more than straight cooling unite.So,the heating comfort i is practically a free : "I"
at the communityroom
2 p.m.of Sarasota Federal lonus And the recent $10 million electric rate reduction (our 4th major price cut ". "'

Savings and Loan Assn. in 10 years) makes year-round electric air conditioning the biggest bargain ever. )
WOOLWORTH'SVENICE! Guest speaker will be Nels

Herrstrom, Oneco nursery ATY.S.C. SAFEST by far, because year-round .'
- owner, who will talk on "The
electric air is flameless! and
Culture of Annuals" Thirty- conditioning wfumeless.Needgnoflueeorventaandit's
two members of the club and ,\'. N '

HOPPING CENTER their wives visited the' free from constantly burning pilot flame. ISO
last month.
_nursery .,
CLEANEST too! nameless electricity sit Qr "

Mobile Home Owners Can Save Insurance creates no grimy by-products of combustion

Mobile Home- It means far less dusting and 110
$$$ With New
with cleaning. .,plus substantial savings SINCE ''I l t
Exclusive 100
owners Package Policy re-decorating costs. 11153 '

C Edge-Van Orsdale Agency Electric Air Conditioners have been 10 ,

EXAMPLE drastically reduced in price, over the

$ 4,000 Broad Form Perils on Coach (No deductibleon :last several years. Now everyone can .1'' b

wind or. hail) all'ordthiecomfortSojointhehundreda i j !

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$ 1,200 of thousands of Floridians already enjoying I '

COlt) this truly modern double blessing. I I (* il

JEA.S $ 400 Additional Living Eipense See your appliance dealer or air conditioning ', .
$10,000 Personal Liability "
$ 250 Medical Payments, PLUS other extensions ofcoverage contractor today. as IUIMUMHMMMUUMM \ i

too to mention
BB numerous
*The average prict paid per residential hour 1 r
Fiction Science $57X10 per year In city or adjoining parks Slightly ,
Non-Fiction higher outside of tire protection.AGENCY. .-flut Now cheaper than ever ton
S Textbooks Children's Books ()U ;l

7 J..fmJ..f .. than to use (it In combinationwith

WHOLE FAMILY flame-type fuels.

116 W. Venlc. Avenue

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; '- GONDOLIER. Venice Fly Sun.,: N v. I, IW __ Englewood OverbrootGardens !

. : Limit One With $3 or More Order LAND 0' LAKES Qvkk Frw.'W-D fort+ BRAHB Imp.Gr.'A'I I I Br MARY E. KROUPA

The Friendship Circle will miles visiting ci
'::1 f meet at Mrs. Bay Williams' tlonal Park, Pudle'ci
I home, 195 Bay Heights, Wednesday Oregon, Mt. Lassenl,
I ; \ evening at 7:30 p.m. ern Califorlna, the 49,
1 - the high country of
Don't forget the card partyto Valley, Death Via
F\. be held at St. Raphael's Vegas, Pike Caotuii I
Catholic Church hall, Friday: Monument in Arlz D
t Nov. 13, at T p.m. Everyone son, El: Paso, New (
j Is asked to take cards or then home. They tnjo
>I games of their choice. Table trip very much but yr
; and door prizes will be awarded py to get horn..
\ and retreshihents served rtii
: - r
; i PCCENT -= Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Culver sty
i t The Price Is Bight PLAIN $259 of Vergas, Minn., have returned

Sm20KINCer< Cti. ,td Englewood for the
winter. They are now livingIn

t r; : find The Savin's Are Big FILTER $263Mr Englewood the Hill Road.Apartments 801 .. m' tit y

/ Sm26c IL -i 0- ifM K4Ix IAOWn j
I Aia.oJr
Ronald Pence of Tampa d
WatidibM lsBjisa J

I 1 : I iIAW Plus You Get The Extra aunt visited, Mr.with and his Mrs.uncle,John and Associated Any cook Press who would rows

Brejack, 471 St, last turn
Bonus Of TOP' VALUE STAMPS Monday. and professional out a delectabl look!,,
; dy should be
Interest! <'
welcome residents,
: The Thrifty Way To Easy WienersBABY Mr and Mrs. Ted new Lynch who recipe.The friend who
; pi
NLJIjiv1; have moved Into their new to
along us Called
home Illinois Avenue in
1' )
.tto.Christmas TurUettes Good
Shopping. name
: : Grove City. Mr. Lynch retired halves and
\ I 12 010 A as business agent for the make turtle caramel

I, .: .I O4 XCEI.LENCE I Pkg.It 3 7 Lynch electrical have union.been Mr.coming and of the semi-sweet covering.shapes chocolit The; i,

I Florida for the past 18
1' rears. Candies that look like
f i PrkM IffsctfM Nor. 9 Thn II ture turtles.
We also welcome Mr and
I': Mrs. Cliff Peene who The pecans are arcs,
!' ;; I have buttered cookie ghee
I VENICE STORE moved Illinois into Avenue their new homeon the caramel is spoon.
in Grove

t., j 't ; ONLY nJ __f I Gorkr'I,pit Beechnut City.Oregon They and moved are natives here from of sort them.friend-the that The we've caramel best ever rule a li<1

1st f t! ; ; QiMtftv Right Roienred FOOD a New former Zealand.pilot Mr.>In Peene the Canadian was. to The melted chocolate and ipre net

: Air Force.
t 'i One hint: if the last
-0- caramel gets a little ti
:'i I SLICED t1t- Rp. 8e Raphael's The Holy Catholic Name Men Church of St. to nuts spoon, just over place the it hat
1 o\
i' will have their
; 'iii i'if annual beef water until it is mini
Liver. lk 3ge dinner Sunday, Nov. IS. Dinner Turtlette Candle
will be served from noon Small pecan halves \
to 3 p.m Tickets are $1.SO.
f 4i I PALM RIVER SLICED -o- ounces)
'I! :2 cups light cream
''I L The Buttons and Bows 2:
: Square Dance Club enjoyed a 1 cups light sugar or dark ,
I45c I cup
Bacon lW! TNRlm MAID Hallowe'en costume party at syrup
I" . I the Lemon Bay School Saturday H teaspoon salt
night Cider and doughnuts .
Catsup 1/3 cup butter or /I i
f FREE 100 EXTRA STAMPS W-0 BRAND were served as refresh rlne

::, Gr'd Beef w. ... )39) ments.Mr and Mrs.-. Paul Richards 1 1 teaspoon package semisweet(vanilla I2 chore ounce: )

lotde15C are one of the permanent piecesOn
residents of Brook-to-Bay buttered cookie
Trailer Ranch and they have
4 dozen
arrange ft<
increased the beauty of their each of
Ex-rN1e4TOP consisting 4 4
: i VALUE STAMPS LAMB SALE! mobilehome length adding Mrs a Richards' full halves.In .
,. ., a large heavy M'
1 planting of flowers heat the to hit,
w a aa.Ne caourro our Sgaan CIt .lamp ShotIWor around her home shows the Pour" out 1 cup; reset
Eve a.a JIXII DARLING BAR-1-QaT pride one can have in mak the remaining lit
1- 1 .. .. ? r ;'xw.: tai R ODS I ... 39c IIf,a. ing a home beautiful. Other cream in the saucep
I residents who
.M.wIN . .. Bread .MltJlii23c have returned the
(, i Nv Il ,, \!> ., to the Ranch sugar corn syr
are Mr. and salt. Cook and stir co
lJ; 1 DIXII DARLING COCONUT Mrs Otis Rude from Rhine- over moderate heat ores
lb. 49' % r lander, Wts; Mr. and Mrs. ture boils.
i CLIP VALUABLE Chops Very lowly;
II Twirls 20 49c Harold Taylor from Colon the reserved 1 cup err
!' t-lft Mich.; Mr and Mrs. Jack mixture does not stop I
t ; COUPON ._ May from northern Minnesota. Cook and stir coiutan
+ .
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Floraave minutes. Stir in butte
t h arrived to live at the
1 teaspoon at a
; .n t SAVE 26c LIMIT ONE WITH $3 OR MORI ORDER Ranch and are new In this heat low. Boll rims.s!
: r area. Mrs. Whiteford Bark- constantly until tempo]
I ley, resident of the Ranch reaches 248 degree)
Nescafe Instant Coffee '/' 79 returned recently from a visit candy thermometer i 0
with her daughter in Riverside a small amount of tI1
N. J. Mrs. Berkley's ture dropped into vet
daughter had a premature water forms a firm b
SAVE 3c-ASSORTED FLAVORS baby boy which was still in does not flatten on i r,
) i an incubator, but doing fine from the water, Remo
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hefler arrived heat. Gently stir In \
from Lansing :Mich., cool slightly. I
I JelloGelcdin Farr 7cI back to the Ranch. Milo Pour' about 1 teas
. Smith who has been serious the slightly cooked 'c
ly ill from
having a heart attack mixture over the eel
I la slightly Improved. each group of pecan
SAVE fe ASSORTED COLORSArrow Anyone wishing to send a half covering each nut
I card of cheer can do so by semble turtles. Let co

40o cr. PkE. writing Lawrence to Hospital Mr. Smith in at Lan St. 10 Melt minutes semi-sweet ch

j1 1 Facial Tissue 2 Lhrit iwe 15cI in,. ,without stirring over h

; Tea EJrokai ,boiling) water; stir
There will be a standard smooth Spread over es
10-hour first aid course conducted tie candy. When eel
'i SAVE IS. WHITE ai'I1.,
1111 by Mrs. Estelle Hutchinaon each candy in clear
/ in St. Raphael film..Makes about 4 'd,
I i 'C Church Hall beginning Monday FAMILY DINNI
: l Arrow 10' Nov. 9, from 9 a m. to Another version of a

r .. Detergent *:Mora Twe With Drier'S3 11 am. -oWe it custard-fruit Beef Patties dessert

I wish to welcome back -
I'' Mashed PotatoGreenBeans
t + SAVE 8c BREAKFAST SPECIALHormel's Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edmonds Salad
J'I j
f i j ; on Crest Drive. They Peach Cups' Bev,
have been gone about six Peach Cups
t'' I 12 raw months. They had been In 2 tablespoon butter,
I'' Spam limftTwe 39cFREE Mentone, Ala., and is always ed
: ::1) they have been very -busy Vt cup sugar
,helping with a new church be '4 cup sifted flour
:tog built in Mentone. V teaspoon salt
-o- Vt teaspoon grated 1 I.

1. tl 100 Extra Stamps ,1RIIB p put I,Raphael's St. Cecelia met Circle In the church of St. 3 tablespoons lemoi

hall with 13 members. They 2/3 cup milk
were Mesdames Thomas Edmonds :2 separated
i ii l CLIP VALUABLE COUPON ,. William Schultz, Myrl 1 1 cup diced drained '
I Smith Joseph Mackacek. M
F. Hello, Fred Manley. Ray peachesStir together the
; Onions Apples 4 U.B>g 3gei' Harris, George Mayleben A. sugar, flour and salt:,
i'lf II Tov gt r J. Gospeter. Thomas Shaw, lemon rind, lemon fuf
Estelle Hutchinson, George milk. Beat egg "M
; YN +" Dahm T. J. Kroupa, one new slut Without washing I
u..c sy+s. EXTRA FANCY CRISPCarrofis member, Mrs. W. M Robertson beat egg yolks sllgt
; Steel. Tableware. I i. and one guest, Mrs Jon stir into mlllc mixture; ;;
I \'1". I f c..***V.M Tin N*...11 3 2ge Brejack president of the At beaten whites, then 1 P'
\ ;, 14',1: AT ANT WIMV.PlUlt O>KW1K' COT* 10C tar Society. Mrs Kroupa is Turn into six 8-ounc (
:;:'r : '- chairman and Mrs. Joseph cups; place in a pai!
Machacek' Is co-chairman.: water have water
i iItW" FOIGER'S Plans were discussed about most to top of d.nerture.
the oncoming social activities Bake in modest
11 : Coffee 2 Ii. c., $153 and the bazaar to be held a degrees) oven until ]
a later date. minutes. Coo
1 about 39
;'* TEUEY -o-. out or serve in cups.I Iservings. )1
'if [ 6. 49' Miss Hortense .
I Grapefruit recently
Tea Bags *a <. *!. 59c ( returned from a FFET PART
I tlon In Maine and uEver, fix ham thII'"
SAFE-T JESSE JEWEL F"10 Mass. Her mother, Mrs. Ger Toasted Ham Plal
trade Gibbs returned with her Relishes Assorted 11
Rainbow Cups 12 Pak Ft. 23c FROZEN FOODS to live at 633 Indiana. Miss "'Chocolate Roll lJev
Meat Gibbs is a masseuse and Toasted
HARE MOUNTAIN plans to open her new p.rlorOn Butt half of a ham
South Indiana Avenue. V4 cup each line dry
{ Dog Yummies . er Slz. 19c Pies FARMHOUSE FROZENFruit crumbs and W"
Just returned from a three .sugar
MARCAL MADEIRANapkins weeks vacation are Mr, and ,V4 teaspoon eachclovN j
Pies. 29c Mrs. Alfred Govro of Over- and dry i r 111.
k .k. so an* 19 M brook Road. They have been Bake ham until !
visiting relatives in St Louis( through; remove
JACK'S VANILLAWafers 4 Pak e and Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Mix together cloves &II<'
5 9 -- tard add 2 Ublespoo
t 0 0 0 '16.10 ".. 29t Pkg. Mr. and Mrs Russell Valler from ham drippings* 'ar i
recently returned to their well. Spread mixture{
; I BEECHNUT STRAINED home on 12th Street, Grove and sides of bam; retu'
Sticks 3 { u.PkVI. $1. City. They have been on an hot (425 degrees) oven
Baby Food .- .... Jar 8c l extended tour,covering 8800 I minutes.1'I1e .




Legal Th4_GONOOLIER, Ve" e., Fir 5151, N., L 64-7



8 :00,0,5s. MAC_ No. Tell. film titled "The Eye transplant ,
:NOTICE- : OF INTroNTlOH TO MAKE Bank Story" was presentedthe For those Interested In help. ,H'I,
CRARDZNatlo Venice Area Noon Lions idu afflicted, by
[ CLASSIFIED ADS Houses . .b II- ,Lew th.a . Club at Its weekly meeting blindness; : Dr. Williamsonsaid BIG i< .

For Sale Misc. For Sale 'I I Used Trucks ienuned IL'ZABIIITH' II .IIATI.ouler. : of' dr..M tho ruu. b..1. The film described the operation pledge forms may be obtained I ,

CASH RATES DUPLEX HOME with fIIM a ,.4005. .for .n order of dbtrlal of an eye bank. It also !- at Venice Hospital, r f
allow ad float
dirh.p boron
pool, and
, air' conditioner, formica CHRISTMAS TREES USED TRUCKS u..1 as .... lot d... 01 showed sn enuclestion procedure Venice Medical Center Laboratory
< or for Ord. h. will appb to Th. 11..1.. and a cornea transplant Farley Funeral
|l2-Word Minimum kitchen 2 baths, tiled, terra planting Wholesale or re SPECIAL MICES!: loh. T.. OohD.nlp. lu.... .1 operation.It Home, Dick and Meadow 3 .
floors ea.- ,
t zo Plus Texaco tall Wlngrove ON Cwt Fb f .ppw.
Station Service Box 1045, .?0K5TSMIV" of tamo and for final dlKhom drug store and his office In
ONE INSERTION on U. S. 41, 4Vi! miles Venice By.Way.HALICRAFTER. HEW MOnfLS LOUIS LARRY MATE, JLrn.eu4d was obtained by Farley the Venice Medical Center.
: south of Venice. Aa EvoBUtor .f
Call 48B jsan4. IN STOCK Funeral Home and .
.. was presented
llaaboth II. .
8e Per Word C-B 3-A Two- WEST COAST A. Bradford Smith., by Dr. Douglas Wit : ii
Real Estate way Radio, B channels lit W. Miami/ Arm* liamson, medical director of The secret of silk makingwas 0
excellent TRUCK SALES Vonloo ".dd..
condition p. O. Box Attornor for Bx_ the Venice Eye Bank Branch. carried to Europe from

UNDAY AND THURSDAY IN BAY POINT, Nokomis. 3 213, Nokomls, Fla. I4H N WuMnitoi',......, ..... Publibt H..... 1, S. IS It, 1M4. Dr. Williamson explained the Orient In 590 A.D. by two J

bedroom home, rent or sell DAY AND NIGHT SERVICEON that the Venice Branch has Persian monks in the service i.AT i-
70c monthly Phone Roman Emperor Justinian.
488 ALL MAKE TO RBOISTER' : UNDER been operating for a year and
SALE!: FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE that during this time 140 .
Grafted FARM EQUIPMENT & Noun la hash 11I_ that ta oniralinod -
50 Each h Additional Word Gardenia .....1.25 daalrlni" to hi bualmaa pledges have been received, :
Lots For Sale Everbearing Lemon ,. 1.25 AUTO'S. COMPLETE FRON r xndor Uw I "i'-n._ of 18 eyes have been sent to the Some people hoard silver
Calamondln . . . ..... ERNTR ft OtZirS AUTO VPHOLS.TERY. .
L. . 150 END ALIGNING North Florida Eye Bank and dollars In the
A.... AU C.0 '"'o ehwoi.Lfctbin at sea Vanloo' Avaouo Woit. hope -thafcJha: H'MOBE'1'EOPU.
to a anarw' tin ants VEWICB Fr-SIDFNlt IOTS Strawberry guava ... .50 Von'", Florida. Inund. to _,toe tbaaid one cornea transplant has rising of silver will
BTju tar ono Inantlon. H onto I VENICE BUSINESS SITUS Coral Vine .. . .,,, .., .25 n..... with tho Clark of tha Circuit been .tlct
\L.! iMortlo tkrroaflor Court .la and for SarawU Coun. succssfuUy accomplished make worth more
OWNRR .0" ,. ...
Wko ohania of IS wnta bfa U"n'l .ru' Shore1 Juniper .... ..., .'15 LegalIN ty.wr:::..... at Venice Hospital.He as metal than money : ,
Mth Condollor P. 0 Pygmy Palm ...... a.00 up our handa and official rat
In ropllm W olaaaltUda. Rentals thla M oar" of Oetobor, IM4. estimated that In I
'" .bor Cocos Plumose ,.., 2.60 up "W 11 COUNTY JUDOBS COURTmimurr KHNIB ft OZtlKS the .: iE READING
Dwarf Carina .. . ... .75 IN AND JI'OR SARASOTA COUNTY, AUTO UPHOLSTERY United States alone there are
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ROOM-Private entrance and Norfolk Island Pine ., 2.00 In Its.,PLOHIDA EoI." 01 IN PROBATa Julian All, Elalno:Ernaat Jour Jonaa 15.10(15.1)) l. 40.000 people who would benefit AND scBScamma TO THE GONDOLIER I :I

bath. Near Post Office Call MELROY'S NURSERY WILLIAM W. WINNII"NOTICIII Publbht' Nor. 1. IS. U, M. s.... from this type of cornea I.
Inch .$3.OC
}M Edition, per 488-4774 days, 4882537 evenIngs Laurel ,
Inch. Florida 0" EN' NY 01' ORDER D&!
olh Editions, per .$3.50 Turn CLAReNo ADMINISTRATION UN.
east at Laurel Road
and turn right .. .
at 3rd road. ,
MODERN, 2 BEDROOM, furnished rasps" testa. ny'd.lm. r -
LINER ADS demand. .pin.t ,he at WILY. RAMBLER DODGE .J.JI
home. In quiet LOAM W WINNIS =, I
115 S. Tamtam
FUEL OIL .. .d. NoIa..f bash. 488.3985-488.6150
$1.30 Per Inch neighborhood Seasonally or TANKS-STANDS. w. .n I II
nnlltlotl "'III.rdor ....1.rI.. ad.
yearly. Phone 4884717. Fuel oil deliveries S&H mtnbtstis M 0. ..tau .1 WIG ,
fc. bra muss br th
CANCELLATION or 2 bed.So':1. Heating Service. Across from Uononbte JOHN T GRAHAM, Jodn Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis r

ADJUSTMENT ::: Roberts screened-ln Bay porch Drive: fire station 488.4052.Mobile of Coaaw Uit Conner Ftr14a Iniln. Th..estol Court..h mruoUMARbUrniTB ..... Front End Alignment Oil Chang f I

Nokomis Phone of Wd.. ruu.. wa' doterml.. ... to .hse. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam rt
quests for cancellation aidiuitment 488-1333. Sass oats was '' "' "'nl I
Homes I", ehh. o-tIllon th., ..,", of also. Wheel' Balancing Electrical: Repairs ;
because of error ....... I : : B .
V5 anforahh.d. ee. WINNIR HI No.
be made for Thursday fI.lI. e. loa, It .A ....... I. B<>, Isle Nokomfi.. florid.. .nd Dr. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand j
lISt Cal LOU JACOB. 411.HIT I W W. WINNIE, 1r. soul H Stmt Radio Repairs ard Transmission !
ONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m HOME N"W, Apt 414. Wwhlnirton, 57. DC. Repair h )

In Monday. For Sunday SON- FURNISHED 3 ROOMS and I CAN SAVE INSURANCE fn BLAIR W. AND Enron DEAN William. I,., Airconditiontna Repairs end Installation dd
OLIER BEFORE 5 bath. Menendei Apart $ S f WITH NEW MOBILE At. fop PHltloHra,
pm. onuuday. ments, 517 Menendez St. Ph PO. s. 1F7stn /. I
488-3012. Vonl. Flnf"
POLICY Puhlloh, Cue III, N. No,. I. I, 1504. I q
Phone 488-3125 LARGE FULLY FURNISHED Exclusive with Edge-Van FUEL OIL t tI

Trailer Rent Decem Orsdale Agency NOTICE
ber to Phone Example:
Houses For Sale $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils Tht incImlfiMd do hash nrtlfy Run Out of Fuel -
2 BEDROOM, nicely furnish on Coach (No de. lb., they .r. ...duUn. in alrermftnd I
ed duplex. Yearly or seasonally ductible radio ropolr oonfoo ....In_ .. V '
on Municipal' Airport, P O BOI U.. Oil This Winter?
CITY OF VENICEOn Utilities furnished. or hail) Vntleo. Florida, under the fletltloinnam 'I
Phone 4885127. of rETTB AIRCRAFT *. RADIO I
beautiful Nokomis Ave. 1,200 On Contents (Includes :.JtRVICE. and that laid firm to sore And Let Us Put You On A
Bath home Theft at pond of tin following who,
2 Bedroom, 1 no poraoni CALL
1 ROOM FURNISHED Apartment .''. and. of ..
plraa mlitonn HVome
with Florida room living $65 yearly, $100 seasonal additional cost) 'olio.... Monthly "Fill-Up" Basis! Sa !

room with fireplace, diningroom Convenient to Venice, 400 Additional Living VI..t, *P.. Florida Ply.Mun.lpaI, AIrport, dr!. '
kitchen. City water, beach and shopping Call 474- Expense Bra: A. "ort. Nuaki.l, Ahp.L
sewer, sidewalk, paved 10,000 Personal Liability Vmfe Florida. HELSER FUEL SERVICE
rtreet. Beautifully! landscap 2569. 250 Medical Payments Mark V..I.V. Pru Panda. all Bun Ammo I., //1j I '

ed. A real buy at $12,900.NOKOMIS STORE ROOM or Office PLUS other extensions of Owftlnh'p' a Prr a. IIodlD Perk Rd. South Venice j

. building W. Venice Ave coverage too numerous to b f... tollora N. rta. Vln'1 I Mlfk P. Pr.ay5496t V.. Ph. 488-4I44. Ph. 488-4959 ,

Call 488-9916 or 488-1347. mention F ,
$57.00 per year (In City or "1rk It "Is .t.IntaS's to prd Oh, '
Rome for growing or large of CLuR Cart roe
family. 3 bedrooms, 2V4 3 BEDROOM House, on the adjoining parks Slightly .arai higher outside of fire h. .Id nanw of Frtto Aircraft a m w 'kaCl
bathe, living room, dining water. Nicely furnished '.dlD 5esl. s.f.t the Psoohio. 01 ,
Broom, kitchen. Many extras very clean, long or short tection. 'Iorld. 115.0' ::1
Wltnw Modern Thru-Liners
b..da, thll
EDGE-VAN our Ink W d3.5,15a
Bin this home. Priced $10,500. term. NPC. Phone 488-3681 10... the best for folks
. . AGENCY Pro-j VFNrrNT F. purr recipe 1
2 APARTMENTS, furnished 116 W. Venice Ave. EVA M. rrTTB.:

CITRUS HIGHLANDS on Dona Bay. By year or Telephone 488-2289 d MARK b/a F v...rrrm.. Aircraft!: a. moved to
I Tastefully furnished, 2 bed. season. Boat dock and fishng. Rldlo ftorvlea. newly Coast-to-Coast
Iroom, 1 bath, C.B. home. For appointment call PuhlMil.Ort. IS, tl. Not. t, .. 1N4

Wen landscaped on paved 488-4698
itreet. Pried to sell for only Situations Wanted i IN THE COUNTY JUOGC: COURT Venice Go west-to-ooeet with no change of bus or ba,.

$$11,500. SLEEPING ROOMS. $1200 IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. gage) Relax on America's snlootheet-riding, most

. . per week. Outside entrance SECRETARY, Receptionist, IN KB TLORIDA.ESTATE 0VJTHEL PROBATE ,I{ Take one phone call (or coupon below), modern buses, bar none! Plus the Trail ways exclusive 1

FRANK C. RAEBURN Nokomis Ph 4883912. dictaphone: operator, general : MAY YOUNO. add hostess with baskets of sifts god every
office d. Probata fllo N... 78JS Information about the stir In trip !
Realtor experienced, know. NOTir TO CREDITORS city, genii- a
251 W. Venice Ave. SPACIOUS ) ROOM APT. ledge aU office machines. de. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS hit hospitality, and you II haves gentrous -

Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2849 place Large living unfurnished room with S80 fire-per pendable., good reference 488- HAVING AOAINaT SAID CLAIMS ESTATE OR: DEMANDS and delightful welcome Just \
2862. You aro barafar notlfltd andnq. phone ..
AX PROBLEMS save ;you mo. yearly lease.: Close to u fllo i anr alalm or domand whlen = ,
centers 720 Golf m., bavo wilt tho Eatato ..
money. Several lots are hopping BOOKKEEPING at home or Ethel Uar' YounaDocaaatd, Into of
tiered at big discount If Or, Venice Call 924-8619 col- I Saraaot Count, Florida In tht of fit*
a your office. 23 years exlerlence. of Don. JOHN T, GRAHAM, EaraaoU
'old and closed before December lect after 1\\ p.m. Write Box 2, Laurel. Oonntr India. In tho Countr Court ico y agoli
31st. local Ronao at Ia._ rlo".... within all e
are 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, furnished .lalondar. wanes fro. "'. .dato a(
>i !In Bayshoro Acres, Venice Laurel. Florida Help Wanted i llrat inblloatknt of tblo Motloa. I
Gardens and other good Iocsions. Eadi alaln or dannnd nuat .bo In
monthly. No pets or rrltlnt. and In FROM VENICE l-omr
$70 ahall
room. dnpllaaui atatatho ..
See us for these savings. 488 3916. laoa of roaUnoa dadds nort offlro. PHONE 4885805p MIAMI ..---.-..?.---.y .... I
children ANNOUNCER 2 men to do of the Claimant i, ahall ba. ----------------------rgis S Conronfcnt trlpo Mb/ S Iwo.d .
Radio announcing and general anon to br Ibo Claimant bla woe : W YORK I'
O 0 0HAKE ON THE BEACH at Casey bio attornnr t ahall .bo aoaonnanlrdbo. WELCOME NEWCOMERSI! I I Ii 'l'bru tori. daJ.....

AN OFFER. Nice en. Key, I and 2 bedroom administration. Apply :ru:. 51,75 e d.fllinlf 1., ftdIIi:: ...h LOS Thru ANGELES urvloa Via.DaJba-Saai-Dion, .TOM
WENO, on Highway 777 in ono ass .5.11 Use this coupon to let ui know you're here : :
Jared Mobile Home on nice partments. Seasonal, $1,000 ...111. Tho Illlnt I.. -. .be addM ( I It ATLANTA ._ -. .. 11t.N
Englewood, or phone 474-3231. ........
Call Don Heath to tho amount of sale, and landscaped lot. Owner very and $1,200 I 'revious Radio experience mar W obtained. from tho County user I
tick, living In North. Must 488-2151 or 488-6688 ; J.d.., erne TRAILWAYS BUS STATION
preferred THKI,MAN, EIS8', I" ADDREIcrrr '" I 235 S. Trail Venice Phone 488.5612TRAILWAYS J
now See us for this one Ran"b of .. Ze.... I ,

. . Business Personals FULL OR PART-TIME I!: dance IJRAS of lft.: a "05.:BROWN' Yens.. -.L. t I

CITY WATER-AND SEWER. teachers n-eded. Training B" I..Iuc. S. BndtndAlerny . o Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess all on meD
and Adding I
1 bedroom, 1 bath air con TYPEWRITERS available Apply 1233 Gulf- of.- :
Bank I would like to subscribe to the
Machines (mechanically op- GONDOLIER
itioned home near shopping stream Ave., Sarasota. v./e. I'Iold.. I ,
nd schools. Payments $02 rated) Chemically cleaned Publloh I on. 11. 15. N. I. .. IN4- O I already subscribe to the I

monthly with only $1400 down. like new.If required.Just $1250 All makes plus Male Holp Wanted Fill out coupon and mall to Circulation Dept, GONDOLIER I Easiest travel on earth.

No' closing costs A real buy parts NOTICE Of INTENTION TO I8a "
Venice Stationers 211 W our r runr -W
a budget home.WATERFRONT .
YOUNG MAN interested in ..
. Venice Ave. 488.6113.Dressmaking .... Mdonlnad do bosh oortlftrtb9
learning plumbing trade. that. art oonduotlnt a* Apiary LARGER ':
HOMES at alterations, $1,50 an now to start. Good at Tonlao Florida undir' tho' fletltloui DISTINCTIVE I

bargain prices. If you want draperies, etc. Reasonable opportunity with progressive na.that.MId of firm HONEY.h oompooad POT RANCH of tbo I and followliMt .

nice waterfront homes at 4811130BOOKKEEPING flJ'm. Gulf Shamrock Plumb- poroona ..who, a.,.. i adpla.r Real Estate Corner & :
of raaldonAlfrad aro ao followai
realistic prices. See our se inK Inc.. Phone 488.2485. 1 B w.,. Ill Harbor DriM, D I :
lection. I Income v....... I

. . Tax, State-Federal Wage Money To Loan Mlchaol Road Vonloa O. Goratk, III Ohm Oak ,

BIG Reports Personal Typing, O.nai'l' of tIt. briar knownM
SACRIFICE In Venice, home Champion typist HOMEY POT RANCH to aa fol. r
I bedrooms, 2 baths, screened your BUSINESS OR PROPERTY .lowiiAlfrad.
30 years experience. Nominal Buoroavl, BO >or rat BEDROOM HOME :
porch, oversized double 1752 Loans. Unlimited funds oM_ Go o.rlOll. 10 -
Fee. Charles Z. It Is. .. InuWsn to ..JbTto tho INTERESTED ?
Wage-workshop. AU rooms available. Personal appointment
Banyan Drive Venice, Fla. Clerk 01 the CI..ult Cwtt I., and for 2 Tile Baths, Large Screened Porch ,
very large Lot lOOxlS. Was arranged S. M., Box Cwnef ,..rldo. to .... Dock
$ '-MO now for sale only $17.. Phone 488-5254. 746, Ur RANCH.... ..Id HONEY.b. POT H. N Wlmmers i Realtor l ISO ft. Frontage. Boat

muse sni Title Policy. Owner ea eoNL.1'J"F PbMdti: 01 .0 $28,000FOR

Tide{ won't. last Liberal so phone financln right,. SHEPARD Autos For Sale "win Oebba._ w. bad. ihk. IOtIa ... of REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE RENT-2 B.droomlhorn.. close to hospital.

now. LUMBER CO. U8ILFRJID: BUERFA1T. Agent for Western Union Telegraph Yearly at $90 per month. .
BYRON MAHKLE, Realtor 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Moor sedan. Under 3000 P.51kht Not I. .. II, ... IM4- Monday thru Friday to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I I. CONN ; II .
Ph. 488-4706
miles Priced to sell, $1850.00, CLOSED SUNDAYS ,"
..... 5 E.6..a Saraeofa with warranty Phone Owner, IN THII COUNTY IUDGE'S COURT 110. SEAL' HTATB! MOKfl OAU .. DUNN .-...

IN REt Eatai* of 0..4154145 Roa. tSS-NM

front Also 2 bedroom, 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO MAKE
wateryiew. Ph. 426-1810. S. LILES REAL ESTATE ;HARQE.Notleo:. L
Alum. Window & Doors. SCHOOL for Brokeror la aaraby tlvoi that wo bas CITY Of VENICE I u
1 I HOUSES :Had our final rash aa oa-oxoButara
to be moved. Will DO PEOPLE '
deliver Contract Roofing Painting Salesman Next Class Nov. or tbo aatau of FLOYD H. NEEUaiaand : : IF you have $1,000 We can d rooms 2 Baths -
toyour lot. Phone 488-2132 Venice 41 So .- that wo ban. flM a potlUonor NEW"e ,
Hradenton Phone 12th, 7 p.m., Pineapple, final dlaobarn. haw and that onIho 1 to "LIKE Wa. ;
WX22S5.. put G.ra9' City J
Sarasota. 1155-8767. Utk dw of Doeomhar .. wi i
Blou a2 D
E A 1
WE NEED will, apply to Tho Konorablo Job. T 3 Tile Bath i ter and Sewer '
MORE GOOD Graham, County; Judto LISTINGS IN THE CITY Misc. For Sale Services (aunty Florida. for approval of rid Pool Home on 2 aat. Will I9,800
cad ....... aad for final' dtechantaa .
oo-a_.... of uld aatata.Datod show anytime. SMALL ADS? Lot In Golden Beach on
GOLDENCBEACH GULF traditional sofa, 55.4Ik' dor of ttonmbar"
: Road
S RES. GIVE US A TRY. bed; overstuffed chair; BABY SITTING SERVICE I. 4JESSIB: F< NEIl. WELL ,Baynard ; :

BYRON MARKLE, Realtor Italian marble top side table; VENICE, FLORIDA, _.a Saab anI Tr1 c-.n GULF REALTY 53.000Wm j I

4884706'BEDROOMS. coffee table; ,Early American PHONE 488-5518 &.' P.k. VI_ P6d.t MARTIN a j '
I' Cornice; mahogany' dining MATURE EXPERIENCED Bndfoo.d 1I..11Ja.That Offba.A. . r, ToaIe, R'fI. Broker YOU ARE! ':iANcm. i

2 Baths near suit, consisting of breakfront SITTERS /IT W. Miami Ay.onlao -.... ;
4884732 ae v A's.
.:t.a'1iT.By' Appointment. Ph rop-Ieaf table, 6 chairs Sacrifice.and LICENSED BONDED Attorney, yterldai oa xaonton.Publkbi Phone a 455444- I 't

buffet. Misc. items. INSURED Nor ws, IS SS !. 1S4I4GREEN'S
VENICE Call 488-5879. '. .
:a ,- I
Joms. :a Baths, sewing SINGER PORTABLE, Hoover !,IA 1
room. dining room, living Vacuum, '59 Plymouth, a : ii".

tQorn, large kitchen, double 1025 Groveland, J
she uuuty with tub and 53 Dodge. III 2.Bedroom, I Bath, Garage, Screen Porch, Electric Ringe r

CUPboardS, room screened porch Venice. Member Chamber of Commerce and Refrigerator. Clots to ...... "I ........b!. home When You 1 I Ion ,

With Wloner drop awnings, air I con- 11' CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE Refrigerator in: JOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE 'It 10'1150' Lot for Only I 4llooo I..

Ih5' $13,900 and .many for quick other sale ex- perfect Supreme condition.. May be. Heating and Air Conditioning $ Consult..e J '

4 IIImediatl 8-e474. ssenion. Call seen Trailer at 182 Vista Park,Rd.or,Call Municipal 488- Heating & Air Conditioning 'InstallationsGas Ii r y;, ;

=""WISHED 6352. Ranges Water Heaters FRANK C. RAEBURN f ))1)1l
!: wanted Fro Estimates REALTOR
Hom*. 3 bedrooms, :a baths USED TYPEWRITER in good condition No Job Too Big or Too Small j' PhOne .. I ..b''
(""da room, living room, .. Must be ,151 W Vents Ave 488.1600-481-2649 QNa -
wilt-in ttovt. ,?,( gar'bsge, C. M.,.eare The GON, 263 S. Trees Vsnleo Ph. ...82271k l ::1' '

"PosaJ.! Phone 426 1018. DOLIER, Box 748 Venice. -- f !

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GONDOLIER Venice, FT.. Sun.' no,' t, W&4
r rI VHS Jayvees End Season
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l I I't Jr. High Conference Tightens I Xyp' IS JAP tl7i Lose To Southeast, 27-lJj

t The Venice High School! Rusty Stahl carried
'Junior varsity football team times for 22 yards foil TS
As Both Brookside Venice LoseVenice ended its season on a losing I average and Lorenzo DevV 11

I note at Bradenton Tuesday netted 19 on seven carr e.(for!
I night when they dropped a a 2.7 average '

and Brookside Junior plete passes made It fourth Indian threat. 27.13 decision to the South Venice had the edge i ton
High Schools were both and 13 yards to go on the Deepest penetration by east Jayvees. downs by a 9-6 margli, but
knocked out of the undefeated Sarasota 43. They elected to Venice until the pass Inter. However, the season wasn'ta trailed In total net
ranks in Sarasota County pass rather than punt and ception was to the 22 in the TIi TIi4r4 total disappointment to ed-247 to 179. Dalton yards hit gala
Junior High; School Confer. Moran lofted a long one to third quarter. Sarasota : Coach Bob Hedrick and his three of eight passes (for 011
ence action Thursday at Sara. Schneider who got behind the threatened early In the game, Indian ,Jayvees as they scored yards and Sam Boyette threw 31
I iota. Venice lost to Sarasotaby defenders and gathered it in but Curry recovered a fumbleon the first points and garneredthe six times for Southeast
a 7-0 score and McIntosh around the Venice 25 and the Venice 12 to end the first win ever by a VHS hit five for 88 yards sot
bounced Brookside, 6-4. went the rest of the way over drive that had covered 68 junior varsity football eleven. The Venice 'Jayvees
The defeats really tightened the Li'l Indian goal line. yards. They tied Palmetto, lost to continue to practice wlJi
the race for the title with 'Just I Intercepted Pass The LJ'l Indians led In first Sarasota and Rivervlew and varsity and will be with the
two games remaining on the downs, 8 to t, but trailed In defeated Charlotte before losing for availabi
t' back on the game duty
I Venice came next
to the Seminole week
schedule. Brookside continues total yards gained by 187 to
and when the Indians
running of Larry Wolfer are at hon.
110. Sarasota completed six team.
to lead with a 21.1 mark,
Ward Curry but an Intercepted against Cardinal Mooney.
Venice is next with a record by Schneider on his passes In 13 attempts for 89 Fullback Sam Morgan scored -
pass yards In that department. the first Venice touchdown -
: of 11.2, McIntosh Is 2.2 and 20 killed the final LI'ISeniors' "
? : Sarasota is last with a 1.2.1 Venice had no pass comple- Tuesday night on a 30yardrun for anenioyable
showing. tions in two attempts, but after Southeast had taken
I A 87-yard pass play from Golf gained 110 yards on the a 7-0( lead early in the GOLF
Karl Moran to Rick Schneider ground to 98 for Sarasota. opening quarter. day of
produced the touchdown for Fullback Curry was the Quarterback Steve Dalton _"
Sarasota with 3.33: to go in Holds leading ground gainer in the sneaked over for the final TRY
t the final period. Moran then Groups game with 80 yards in 13 carries f I Indian six-pointer In the
ran the ball across for the for a better than six- fourth period and Morgan ran SARASOTAGOLF

extra point.Sarasota yard-average per carry. SAVINGS AND LOAN WEEK-Mayor SmythD. coincide with the 72nd Annual Conventionof the extra point to close out CLUB
Blind for the night.
the scoring
seemed to be BogeyDespite Wolfer netted 45 yards in six
Brohard Is shown here proclamation the United States Savings end Loan Lea GREEN
stopped on the drive that had attempts for a fine 7.5 yard signing a Morgan rushed for 68 yardsIn ft 4 Aft
begun at their own 22 at the Inclement average. Steve Schepp endedup designating this week "Savings and Loan gut which will be held Monday through nine carries to average 7.8 FEES . . . .
start of the last quarter. A weather there the were 34 golferson with minus 11 vards In Week In Venic. Witnessing the signing are Friday In Miami. The proclamation urge yards per attempt, Daltonwas Just Off Bee Ridge Ref
I delay of game penalty set hand Monday for the seven carries and Harn lost Charts E. Bruin, l left, manager of the Venice citizens ef Venice "to welcome the thousands next with 37 yards In 12 South of Sarasota
them back to the 17, but in weekly game of the Seniors' four in two carries. office of Sarasota Federal Savings and Loan of savings and loan delegates who will be rushes for a 3-yard average, .6_
nine plays they gained 30 Monday Morning Breakfast Next Ll'l Indian opponentIs Ann., and Paul Laniui, assistant manager of traveling through the city to end from the .r
yards up to their own 47. Group at Lake Venice Golf McIntosh at the latter's the Venice offic. of First Federal Savings convention"
I A completed pass lost four Club. field next Thursday.Lundwall end Loan Atin. The "week" was named to YOU CAN WAYS
yards and then two incom- I E3
I The event was a blind bog.
ey where the players had the I On Auto Insurance
.; :. Lake Venice Men'sGolf opportunity of picking their I GOP Sweep In Englewood
'" own handicaps and showinghow How To Fish I. LOW RATES
League good they are at guessing ENGLEWOOD CharlotteCounty' Senator. Kirk totalled 374 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
what they could score. 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
Final Standings ,
Englewood vote resulted against 370 for Holland.
Seven of the thirty-four in a Republican sweep Long lines of voters awaited
'II' T t PS.I .. turned up with the right number For Snook
I llIft..ft..IJ. IT I 1 15 which to be 38. with the exception of three their turn at the voting
Ed.-Poft"I" IT a 4 II candidates. Surprisingly, the machines in the Charlotte tiAGENCY
M..i.k..nn'n.' II. 1 soI Winners were: Brown, Evers, -
I H.rmon..n.R.ybura II I s AO Democrats who kept the GOP County Civic Building with
rwdu.R P..ri",....__ II II I I 1 a IT I' Gerdts Nutting, and Hackett Sloane., Johnson, Florida's Roughest, Toughest, Fishing Fish from a unanimous precinct the last vote cast at 7:40: p.m.
I R.IM.rd.Iingh.r, II I r IS victory won by the biggest The count at the polls was
r..rdnDmkl s.'h"-H..1or' II II a I ,8 t4 t& This regular Monday morn- Copyright 1964 margin over the Republican completed shortly after 9 p. 116 W. Venice AvenueTelephone
Ing get-together Is becoming
,..,.rma.r II I e 1J..hnem / By EARL f. DOWNEY opponent and compiled the
.H.ndlp 10 I 10 21arlttan.xnat quite popular and golfers are highest total of votes for any m.In the presidential vote, : 488-2289
10 I 10 II reminded that they need not
H..mon.Iro11 10 I 10 IIa'na. one candidate. Goldwater shade Johnson by
be members of Golf Clubor BECOMING "1AM1LIAR WITH SNOOK
the :
.wehh.r' 10 I 10 II
With 13 of the 16 offices 58 cent of the' a a II I' garnering per
the Men's Association to AND THEIR HABITS
Pmith'ThomMW .. 2 e II U going to the Republicans, Ballot, 498 to 363.
iu>.......k mt III U participate. The fact that this series pertains to Snook fishing only democrat Claude Roberts
does not mean that as you fish for Snook, you can't catch
overwhelmed William L.
any other kind. On the contrary, where there are Snook
Burdett by 1S1 votes, totalling
there are other various kinds such as spotted sea trout,
silver trout, redfish, (channel bass), jack, drum, ladyfish, 463 to 315, in the race for Tax My sincere thanks
grouper, tarpon, etc. We give special Information, attention Assessor. Mrs. E. B. Yeager
I and tips on how to fish for, or increase your catches of racked up the highest vote to friends and supporters of both partiesfor
with 491 against 358 for MaryS.

Stock Snook.To become familiar with Snook and their habits, next Sides, the GOP candidate, your vote of confidenceI
time you fish, especially during early morning or evening In the female race for Tax
hours, take a close look along Jetties, sea walls, under Collector
Up small and large bridges such as skyway, and along the The only other Democratto I to
-l.: .. shores of inlets."There you may see large schools of Snook break through was school I pledge youa
swimming slowly back and forth. Other times they will be board candidate L. A. Alnger continued fair play and impartial administrationof
just under the surface of the water In shadows of piers who edged Jean Brooks, 430
And and bridges, lying motionless, lined up side by side resembling to 396. Slimmest margins in the three courts
a fleet of submarines at anchor that's how the: general election were
still and quiet they can be. Floyd Hoskins' three vote dif- over which I preside
SAVE Mr Snook, regardless of how sociable he is at times, ference eked out over his
can be 'just the opposite and become the most stubborn Democratic Clerk of Court
cuss in the world when he desires. It will be next to impossible opponent, Dick Lawhorne, 377 JOHN T. GRAHAM
to entice them to go for any kind of bait at such to 374, and the four-vote
OTARD REG. 799 times as this. margin by Republican ClaudeR. Sarasota County Judge
V The time to catch them Is when they are deep down I Kirk Jr. over Spessard L.
Imported Cognac $$5.75 and can't be seen. Of course they must be in the mood for Holland In the race for U. S.
putting on the feed bay, or on the prowl for food. This is
7 YR. OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON-RES. 4.90 the time you are going to have your hands full when they
start to hit.Next .
OLD STAGG $119 week How To Fish By Tides And Moon Phases.
Watch for it in this newspaper
You can secure your autographed copy of this grandnew
Old Heaven Hill $$3.99 1964 illustrated edition of "HOW TO FISH FOR
SNOOK"* by sending $1 l.00 to Earl Downey, 3100 Park St.

IMPORTED CANADIAN-KEG. 5.75 No., St. Petersburg, 33710, Florida. Learn the secrets of
How, When and Where to catch Snook. A list of HotSpotsin
LORD CALVERT $4.69 18 counties is given covering the east and west coast of
I :

I ; HALLERS . S3.19 Tops'Field _

I J IEJOtl, BRANDY . $3.99 For Water Board Post

ENGLEWOOD-Incumbent Dan H. McLeroy was elected
ii PEACH. APRICOT, BLACKBERRY Albert J. Lund wall led the I along with Floyd Potter, the
unofficial returns on six I two getting 436 and 398 votes,
Heubleim Brandy $3.99 candidates for the EnglewoodWater respectively
I District Board of Sup- I Others and their totals are:
ervisors, to which three men Ernie J. Newman, 369; RoyL.
JIM PONDER LIQUORS were to be elected. Lundwall Tate, 344, and Harry E.
1 compiled his high vote with Merrill, 267.Urankar.
342 from Sarasota County
125 W. VENICE AVE. FREE PARKING and 224 from Charlotte, for FirstIn

: WE GIVE TV STAMPS a 566 total.

I r Also, in the bl-county vote, LVWGA EventA

I A 74 by Jerry Urankar won
i! combined I Class A and B
division of the Lake Venice
I Women's Golf Association low
: THANKYOU net tournament Wednesday at
Lake Venice Golf Club. Char.
lene Rule and Olive Arnell
I : tied for second with 80's.
I I In the nine-hole division,

Is : Sarasota County voters Class Frankye A Powell laurels with went a

I Lucy Journeay and Ida Beake
: tied for first in Class B with
:i 40's, while Signa Evans was
I wish to express my sincere thanks to runnerup with a 43.
Consolation winner for the
T; I I all the citizens of Sarasota County who month of October was Lucy
I I Journeay. Jerry Urankar was

I I f expressed their confidence in my ability the nero 18-hoIe consolation win- I Ia

: by continuing me in office. I shall continue r I -

F to operate in the same efficient and
t I, I THE . ind study, that'i what your returns are when you save regularly at the alga of the Golden Eagle.

: economical manner for the best benefit Where else can you earn such clean, easy profit on an investment that hit no principal fluctuation: a*

_ flu BIG handling fees and dividends are ddd every three month In addition, you hay maximum convenience

L I I r of all Sarasota County Residents. insured safety and you can hive your monty when you nd It, Money IN by Nov. lOrk! am from
Nov 1st.

II I I II : Charlie Hagerman 3AT SARASOTA

I I :I. DEMOCRAT 'SYM9IIl m SllllE'[

I I savings arid loan association

' : Tax Collector, Sarasota County

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