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 12, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00250
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida', Wed Coast Osprey, laurel Nokomis Venice. South VenIce Venice Gardens, Venice East Englewood North Port Charlotte : !

NO. 89 14 PAGES MEMBER,
20, THE ASSOCIATED PRDS
VENICE FLORIDA THURSDAY.. NOVEMBER I 12. Iq"4 MEMBER, PIARraA PRE., Ae9aC1AftON PRICE' 10 ,..nIT.. .

50U H, SRtoTcorihry'EJW Santa Claus CITY'C RACES SHAPING; UP ''W ]1'



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Parade Set !

I Santa Claus will officiallyopen :

the holiday season In Hamilton Celli

ljtt Venice. the day after Thanksgiving Replaces


w The jolly old fellow will

head the annual parade, sponsored .
by the Merchants Division
of the Venice Area Cham- 4'

ber of Commerce, and the col. Raymond Seeking

orful lights which feature the
Nr downtown decorations will be .1 I

turned on that night.
0 b .MM Another Term
r D Frank Sovereign, Merch- "si
r41 -, 31 ants Division of the Venice (

Area Chamber of Commerce, Councilwoman Blanche J. lion I

7.) reported to the chamber + : "ita Celli! resigned as a memberof Meanwhile, Council Presi-
meeting Tuesday that plqns the Venice City Council dent E. S. (Bill) Raymond
/10 are shaping up to give the Tuesday night to accept the announced earlier Tuesday he
Christmas season a rousing job as manager of the Municipal will seek his third four-year
send-off The exact time of Trailer Park. term on City Council at the
the biff! parade will be an- Former City Councilman city election next month. Both
nounced later.Sovereign David Hamilton was appointed announced candidates are un.
said the Venice to fill out the remainder of opposed so far
t"a High School band will be In the year for Mrs. Celll and Mrs. Celli's letter of resig.,
the parade and that Santa announced after the meetinghe nation effective Immediately
Claus will have a supply of -" would run for the remain- was read by Mayor SmythD.
candy to toss to the kids along DAVID HAMiLTcmBLANCHE CELLI'I E. S. RAYMOND Ing two years of her term in Brohard and accepted by
the parade route. . Appointed . Resigns . Rum Againthe the Dec. 1 municipal elec- the council "with; great regret. -
." She will ,
--- --- -- assume her
new duties at the trailer park:
on Jan. 1, replacing Joseph
Jossart who is scheduled to
Rejects IncorporationNOKOMIS
r tor retire
t The lone distaff member of .4,
the city's governing body was ."
t serving her four-year
1x
The verdictwas throughout the meeting which regulations, lot clearing and garbage collection fees, cigarette I ration Is freedom freedom term During her years on 'I!
a resounding "no" at a was conducted for the most planning and zoning and other state tax re- from the county and freedom council Mrs. Celll served as
public hearing Tuesday nightin part by Siesta Key Attorney "These things," said Coff funds., from the City of Venice" president one year and was
the firehouse to discuss incorporation Howard Payne who said he man, "could be accomplishedwith At this point, Attorney Others who spoke out selected president a second
for this South was appearing at the requestof no cost to anybody." Payne explained that taxes against incorporation at the time but stepped down in fay
County community Devlin, Clarence Coffman He also forecast the eventual are not automatic with Incorporation meeting were C. H. Harville, or of Raymond.She .
Cries of "let's vote" by opponents "and a couple of others whose need for a central water and would be established who said he spent 10 years as has served as parks
of the proposed incorporation names I don't recoil Payne system, street lighting and with the need forservices a city planner and didn't and recreation director and ://i
punctuated at declared he was at the meet- sidewalks. Coffman further to the community I I need "any more administration chairman of the city beautification -
frequent intervals the hour. Ing on his own and had not declared that the communityhas He also explained how and ," and John L. Crofts who program for several '
long meeting which at times been hired to represent any outgrown its post office why ad valorem taxes wouldbe learned that the proposed years In her new job, she I '
will work with
TO THE TOP-Pr.Hy Patty Cheat, an tmploya verged on the point of disorder body, and voting facilities.. "I per- levied and how the propos. corporate limits would be Dec. 1 until the Jossart from
Coffman a Nokomis hard sonally think we have out ed incorporation could be ac Laurel Road to the north and first of the ,
National Bank of Vanie her best First
hips when she will
First of the calls for a vote ware dealer said he felt the grown dealing through associations complished."I the city limits of Venice to full year assume g''
William C. Payne, paint the latest United managership of the park.
within 15 minutes after community had grown so the Nokomis merch- think we need to decide the south.
IIlWAY figures on the Red Feather 'thermometer' came it to consider I ant said. right said Hamilton served on the City
the start of the meeting following i large was time now, Payne Crofts was one who several Council from 1958 to J
Memorial Park Payne it chairman of the $12,001 a pitch for incorporation Incorporation. And he went on Coffman also noted several "whether you want more say limes called for a vote and was president his last 1962 and
In the Venice area by Clarence Coffman, a to cite several Items he felt ways he said a municipalitycould in what is going on around who later moved for adjourn- office. He has remained year In t.
Nokomis hardware dealer could be best handled by a obtain funds without In- you." Later in the meeting, ment. A show of hands was active in city affairs ,
Moderator for the discus. local city government. These creasing taxes, including a he added "To me the biggest finally called by Payne on is and
presently
ion was George Devlin unofficial Included traffic control, sign power company franchise, single advantage of Incorpo- whether the majority of the serving as chair- ;
UF Push man of the city water board.
Big "mayor" of the com- approximately 150 persons ,
munity, who asserted several wanted the discussion continued He also served as chairmanof
times that he was neither In the beach development
favor of Meanwhile, several committee which
incorporation nor op- persons was instrumjntal -
posed to it. Devlin said he dr"a, B "' ' Sfr. including Devlin left the in having the new 1..
ku y a b
Starts 23rd t
Nov.
simply wanted "a verbal expression meeting which abruptly brokeup beach pavilion built and .
of opinion" shortly afterward with no presently t I
Devlin, in fact, said little action taken and the issue is chairman of the gon-
> United Fund ceived to date." unresolved. (Continued on page 2) It,
nteers are busy this weekactin Those wishing to volunteer
appeals for help their help can contact the Carter Harrison
'any local and area rest.s Venice Area Chamber of Christmas Seals
whose initial letters Commerce office
f returned due to errors Paul H. Maurer, chairman
ldresaes of the Residential Division is Accident VictimCarter r 11 I
neral campaign chair. busy getting ready for a per.
( William C. Payne saidy sonal contact push designedto H. Harrison prom. . Readied HAVMembers ;
| that additional volun- reach those local residents anent Casey Key resident who By \ .
help Is urgently needed who for some reason have was widely known throughout I:
"King letters re-addressed been unable to respond the Venice area, died Monday e 1 \1 t wt
,hat they can go into thee through the malls. night In a Kentucky hospitalof of the Venice Hospital first time in Sarasota County I
as soon as possible Big Push NOT. 23 injuries resulting from an Auxiliary Volunteers this' year, and comments
need volunteer typists," The big push Is slated for automobile accident near t'e spent most of Wednesday from those receiving these ,
aid, "but we could also Nov. 23, with the hope that Elizabethtown, Ky. working at the Venice Yacht seals will be welcomed. ;
people who could address all contacts can be made and Mr, Harrison was Injured ( Club, stuffing approximately All the work done by the .j.
e letters in long hand. the campaign in the resident.
when an automobile backed 9,000 envelopes with Christmas Sarasota County Tuberculosis i
has been a tremendous lei division completed by onto the highway striking the Seals and getting them and Health Association Is financed ,
but Maurer
he were very gratified Thanksgiving Day. one in which he was riding. ready for the mail. by Christmas Seal
response we have re (Continued on page 2) Mrs. Harrison, who was at Monday marks the opening contributions. No personal "I
their Casev Key home, but date of the annual Christmas solicitations are made at any
by> plane Monday night upon Seal campaign and Mrs time. 4
Mail Shake-Up receiving word of the accident Frank C Raeburn, chairman, Mrs. Alice Lumley, vice I
f said all residents of the Ven- president of the local TB and a
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison divided ce-Nokomis area should have Health Association, outlined ,
their time between received their seals by that some of the many things that
their home in Lake Forest, date. are done with contributions '
Mrs Raeburn also advised received I during the Christmas I

and their Casey
m. place on
Brings Protest Key., He was a widely known that this year many of the Seal Campaign I ,i i
Investment broker in Chica- residents will receive Christmas Health educational materials '

qo, where his father at one FLORIDALAND CHOO-CHOO-Pint pieceof due any day now at the new U.S. 41 tourist Seals with a new dry for our county schools, : ,..
gum on the back All that Is tuition for physicians nurses .
rotests by 62 residents of were at the polls, accordingto '(me was mayor. equipment to arrive for the amusement attraction ii a paddlewheel river boat which necessary to use the seals iso and teachers to attend special .
rents Shores and neigh.'n a spokesman for the petitIoners He leaves besides his wid- area at Floridaland West near Osprey ii this will tale visitors on a tour of the area'i moisten and then stick onto health courses, nursing; 4 I
'' Springhill Park over a and reported back to 'w, Mrs Lucv: Harrison, four model of an old wood.burning locomotive. waterways Floridaland West slated to open holiday cards and packages education i scholarships for '
|ore in post offices from the regional office that no one aughters, and several grand Another similar engine for the "Floridaland about mid-December. This new type of dry graduates from each of the l\ ,
"TOS' to Osprey have been apparently cared whether or illdren, who reside in Lake Railroad" Ii scheduled to arrive toon. Alto gum is being tested for the county's five high schools and f ,l I
'ed with I postal authorities (Continued on page 2) Forest. free chest x-rays for all Sara. '.
congressmen (Continued on pi ge 2> ,
"e change was put into ef- .. .- .-- -- ," -" It
1 Monday by the U. S. YOUR SCHOOLS f
t Office Department's Veterans Day iii
""'I office at Atlanta 1,1, I
Patrons In Sorrento r --1 Is Observed '

'7 nghill,'(Cued* and this Park First week, however to Street get, : Board Seeks Wiley S.1cc Veterans Day was observed.I! w

r mail Wednesday at Venice witha
, tout of Nokomis
t III memorial program at 10:41 j
Office t
via general dellv- RON BRITTOK!' Member pires In June 1965?" selection of a new sup have been asked why I many have experienced In derstand problems that are a.m. in Veterans' Memorial
Petition By Sarasota County Boardof At least this is the question erintendent, invited three would request outside helpIn life today, la becomingmore perhaps unique in Sarasota Park ,, : u9The
, sent with 62 signatures Public InstructionNow I hear most from well-known educators from selecting a new superin complex and difficult County. service was conducted ':,
181 Director to the Regional teachers as well as Interested around the country to help tendent. I would like to for the layman to assess There also are state certification by Venice area veterans organizations. "
, to in Atlanta that the election Is citizens.As find men who would qualify point out that in making and understand.With requirements that I i
Ialey,' Congressmen James over it i is time for your background for those for this important position such a selection, our school these facts in mind, must be satisfied and the The holiday; was observed 1 : '
changeover and assurances that Board of Public Instructionto who may not be aware of system is a $10 million annual I do not want to make a superintendent must havean by City Hall, area post offices I
'sated would be In- move ahead on some of the details, I will remind The Board hopes that business with assets of hasty or uninformed judgment educational philosophy and schools. Banking institutions I '
n all three.were received the pressing problems to be you that Dr. Wiley, our soon after the first of the more than $123: million, affecting in selecting, the man acceptable to the board and remained open. i ;I ';
, Inquiry solved In our Sarasota present superintendent, year we will have selecteda the lives and fortunes who will administer our the community. The school holiday however ak : ,
eanwhile Made County system. Many ques- stated last May he would new superintendent and of 19,000 children as well educational accept I am Inasmuch as there Is was only for the young.
-es a postal Inspec tions must be answered and not seek re-appointment that he will have an opportunity as many adults in the county willing to all the none In this county who sters. It was a duty day for
''to dispatched from the there is much to be evaluated when his contract expires to work with Dr. WIle professional as well as lay meet these requirements teachers who held conferences
he situation.?*" lrnved He reported. However, one of the principal Public Instruction facing As a board member I decision. Hence the selection of a close of the first report per. '
n on Election Day of interest at STORE MANAGER'S sale For these same reasons, screening committee I to helpIn iod. F
items
a treat many people this time seems to be, "Who COLOR and BLACK AND W-D BRAND U. S. Choice at LIggett's two locations t would want a superintendent s nationwide search for J
'JI.CIt.s' !: will: be our Superintendentof WHITE TV sate now on at I E-Z Carve rib roast 79 cents I W Venice Avenue, Downtown experienced in this post the man who can do the SWEATER AND BLOUSE I 1
:! for I 11b. COFFEE at Publlx 69 public Instruction after I Alpha Music & Appliance, pound at Kwlk Chek In Rialto Venice; and Venice Shopping and who has a background best job for the youngsters sale this weekend at BealT P i
race Shopping can Center: Dr.. Wiley' contract ,ex- 307 W. Venice Ave } Shopping Center Center. that will'enable' him to un- (Continued on page I) la ">nice Shopping Center.VENICE i { f i y .a rt

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N i.1 2-Th. GONDOLIER, V.nlc., Fla. Thur. Nov. 12, 1964 Brokerage Firm WCIND Hearing Set Monde\
I :
Seven Nominees
Kent Ranches Sets Open House /
,
J : i New Area Maps A ipeclal oped house on On Spoil Righrs-Of-Wav ;

j : Get CharterKent Tuesday, Dec. 1, .nd a major S. ,

111" Investment Clinla Monday The board of the West Coast George Kump

For e ole BoardThe Ranches, Inc, with night, Nov. 30, have been announced Inland Navigation District$ tor, said Army. board dB,

i Off The Press offices at 625 S. Tamiaml by the Venice office has set a hearing tor next woUld be reque.ted tothe :
1"1:1
; Venice Area Chamberof Agreed to help publicize Trail Venice, has been granted of A. O. .Edwards and Sons York, Monday at which appraisers proPOSed pipeline$

I : Commerce has nominatedseven Florldaland West, amusement a charter as a Florida members of the New will be appointed preparatoryto WSW1* 7schlI ;

II .I i J ,' Several thousand colorful went on, "that the city of members for three center which opens at corporation by Secretary of Stock Exchange. condemnation suits\ to acquire : d\\

I new Venice area maps, upI Venice stepped in at the last, posts on the board of directors Osprey next month. State Tom Adams.Incorporstors The combined activitieswill spoil areas for construe.. I'Th. board autto I

." I II dated to show the Inland Watcrway printing of these area maps, to be filled next month. Set Nov. 18 for the start are John H. mark the recent opening lion of the canal through Ven ment of $60,000 to the :

: \ I :: route through Venice and contributed a goodly; The nominees are Paul of a membership drive. Westertield of S.rasota and of Edwards' Venice office at ice.At lattice: for the acee.. 1

: : end the proposed V.S. 41 bypass share of money to the Venice Maurer Mrs. Annie Ruth e Received a letter of resignation E. H. Grtyson, Boris Kaye 137 W. Venice Avenue aerv- Its meeting In Bradenton ",est of the Venice InUIII

road were delivered Area Chamber of Commerceto Summers, Ray Van Orsdale, from Mrs. Violet Lind- and Fanny Kaye, all of 'Ven- Ing Venice Sarasota, port Monday the board also set for airport. This wut be "1\

I. : this week to the Venice Area enable it to carry on the Bob Miles, Bob Young, Don blom office secretary, to become ice. The Kayes own end operate Charlotte. Englewood and mid-December a post-apprais Jenslon) of Harbor "

'. Chamber of Commerce. work of publicizing Venice. Heath and T. Lamar Hazen. effective Dec. 91. the Kent Motel on U.S. Punta Gorda. Ted .Sperling al hearing with title conveyance which preliminary "S.!

Credit for the badly needed "Maps showing Venice as The three board members Heard a report that a 41 at the south city limits. and E. Walter Hal,' are resident scheduled a week later. 'ready under way '
of widespread whose terms are expiring are received managers Included in the suit will be Dredging
to Realtor the center good response is being The charter authorizes Issuance Okijti
new 1
t : maps goes h he continued Ed Ewing, Harvey Rohlwingand for exhibition The open house will! be from acquisition of pipeline ease It approved
Byron M. Markle who returned g row t to solicitations of ((100 shares of com- pa11netl\\
j. to Venice some months I "speaks volumes to those Dick Fletcher. booths at the Home Showto mon stock at no par value. noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec mints through property of the ,$30.000 for dredglnc of .'
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Additional nominations can 1. Visitors will! hive an opportunity Venice Yacht Club and the chet Creek and
in who want to be a part of the be held Feb. 17-31. The charter application was Center
; ago after a prolonged stay who investigate be made at the chamber's to actually observe Venice Golf Course Co!. in Venice. Work haV.fi
Florida picture filed 29 Venice attorney
north. e Approved a color photo Oct. bv -
the I
1 meeting on Nov. 30. Ballots executed by means of on bridges at *
: : orders these
carefully and want to be presented by Jack Rich for ; John 3. Blair, two II
Markle took a look at the must be in by Dec 15. electronic and communications and also on the j
their choice is good to East
sure a the cover of the new promo.tion Grayson said plans are MAIL SHAKE.UP Villi
nail, hard-to-read maps being Other business acted on by systems which transmit, Avenue bridge. These
::I ; :: put out and resolved: to one.Markle said he approachedC. the board at its Tuesday brochure to be printed five divide and the 10 383-acre acre parcels site Into for buy and sell orders almost (Continued from page 1) structures will span the Si
shortly.
the size back I Included not the change was made. The board
; : bring map up meeting : instantly. Registered representatives Was
A. (Nick) Keller executive sale hotnesltes. He said
, l to its former importance and director of the, VACC. Designated Admiral C. A. six of as the parcels already and office em The petitioners cite that that dredging of the wt3.
t readibihty. (Nick) Keller executive secretary questionsand they are "geographically and from Boca
I ployes will answer Grande
of his and t to
told him plan secured -' Snoopers Seek have been sold. i
4 : He had a special reason his cooperation. He to represent the Kent Ranches Is located conduct brief tours for economically more closely related north end of Lemon BM,
for wanting the to be chamber at the formal open all! Interested visitors A special to the Nokomls-Venlce per cent complete
: maps then went to VACC members ContestThe some 1,800 feet east of the and II
State
ing of radio station WENG be served area than to Osprey. work on the
will
I rIght! and readable: It was hU buffet canal
: and showed them a mockupof Venice city limits on the
which the air in En. It is further stated In the through
office that had paid for the goes on throughout the afternoon.The Venice from U
: Ideal."Thirtythree. side Venice
his north of East
. I, I eriglnal copyrighted effort in members of glewood Sunday. Venice Grouper Snoop. months Monday night Investment petition that "the Venlce-No- Bay to Venice Inlet, i k
e Approved letter addressed Scuba Club Is seeking Avenue. Some ago omls offers shopping pected to be
i which the entire Venice area a er Diving Clinic will be it the area contracted J
I the chamber, said Markle unsuccessful attempt was
to the State Road to have one of the three an School cafeteria, banking, medical and hospitalcare spring.
in High
Venice
was put together map
\ "put their dollars and their made to have the same acreage -
Board Keller that and recreational facilities -
by asking contests
I state spearfishlng 8 o'clock. Fea-
; at
i. form for the first time to end beginning
faith in the Venice area into zoned as an Industrial
) the confusion that had previously something be done about the held In Venice next year. tured speakers will be James that are primarily non
this up-to-the-minute latest dangerous situation on U. S. According to club presidentDr. park. existent in Osprey." BIG PUSH
\ 1 managing partner,
: I existed in trying to locate Ford, Jr..
Now when tourists ask said bulldozers
J I map. 41, just north of Eagle Point Douglas Williamson,. the Grayson Goldman, securities The petition also notes that
Alfred
i outlying areas. 'Do you have a map of the where the new four Ian. section Florida Skin Divine Assn.. presently are cutting through and St. LouIs lire protection, electric service (Continued from paCt n
: ( U'. Colorful Venice area?' there are 15,. 90-foot road rights of In analyst both of said efforts
; 4 narrows to two lanes of invited the Venice Club to way for thefirm' and telephone service all are being i?,
I I >, The new map is colorfully 000 answers to the question, the old roadway.Frinaburf send in a bid, Inasmuch as the first section from Blackburn headouarters offices. sre from the VenlceNokomisarea. now to cross off from

il : printed In azure blue, crimson all spelling "yes'." the numerous natural reefs Canal south to the Farm 40 branch It is further pointedout master list the namn e| ,

I and black-blue for the discovered offshore by club Road. He said a bridge will Individual or group reservations that a telephone toll residents who have naUm

i : ,1'1; gulf bays and creeks; red Births members and the abundanceof have to be built over the may be arranged 488.6751 free charge would be required contributions.'

_I ; I for the community names fish on these reefs has Canal before the back section of charge by phoning from either area to the Osprey Names of those mldra
TALbxRRAIIA! )(. .,1 5fr.. 1_ Venice bv mall or In
_ I and principal roads and .eb 0Ho ....I.. &0" l..ph C.,1u: made this an ideal area to can be developed. in person Post office. who have not mailed In !B
!
f' I black for the streets, street V.ld.......... .b.... 1'1.' ... S 54e p.... hold such a contest.If Officers of the new corporation at the Venice ,office. "This change," the petition trlbutlons will be dlstnbi*

; J : names and legend. Thirty' Venice WISJl,: ..._....Hlchaal.nd lira.Lea Werrln Wa.... bora H. ADMISSIONeN the bid is accepted club are Kaye president; concludes, "also creates an to volunteers who will Into 1

.i! three points of Interest are Norl11' :tt pin.rc ,' 1' 0. Ru. 8. l4ok..It officials plan to donate the Grayson vice-president; and unnecessary hardship and exsense. make the contacta."Don't .
_ _ o )t. .04 00.. Nana, ; V.t.i CHRISTMAS SEALS
Ca..pb.II Ui.dy
_ _ I I identified with black circled 1I.'r.. Vp.k. ;..,. L..w.7on- Venice Latter C. Wittenberg speared fish to a charitable Westerfield, secretarytreasurer. ." delay -," jjiir!
_ I I numbers on a white back .. Sejmour'. ....... 1'1.' ... t, I 04 Venice L. 0.... Venice! organization. (Continued,from pece 1)) urged. "Respond today, i
..... Ida i..ce.t 40h Marr Mui.rove.enlcei .
the
,round. Anoox. II. ... 14... 1..h Eo 8.va ,.,., Venice.Nor sold county residents. mailman be your iw
_ S Sponsors of the new map 1.__ V..I" .... J.I.. EaaaM.dd.a Si Kethrrn Scott, North PartCh.nlatt.t Christmas Seals also pro.vide CITY ELECTION sengerof mercy. It will steen
III. ton 1'10.' I M p.... John H. naiad Nokomii!
our drive
of the Ven- I I and will
33
members
are Richard Merrtflrld) Venice Charlie!! ObituariesHERBERT many personal services (Continued from Page I) HI
: ice Area Chamber of Com W. Farter, Nokomii Hanford MSwatek. and comfort items for countyTB Jola parade float committee. those who wish to contnl
.
tnglewoodi Walter) T Glt- from
;S. merce. The new map measures ler, Venice! ) John .' NokomliiGledve patients, traveling.expenses Raymond announced his bid "being contacted pent
22 by 28 inches against WeatherHigh I Reed, '...... 'D-r.n: TroutNokomii ally.
LUCKE Packing Co. before comingto for doctors from the TB for re-election Tuesday He
..,
Chap!. Hliel! V..!... Campaign
I 17 by 22 inches for the maps N.,. I: Charlie Canon. Venire. Herbert Lucke 84, of 956 Florida and later worked Hospital In Tampa to visit will complete his eighth yearon officials an:
I I j distributed last ;year by the Low Rain Lad..!. Linn. "AI.,........, Ray W. Northeast Harriet' St:. Port with Webb's City and Ne-Mar our County Health Department City Council next month lofted by the early rejulti i
N. Flo .
Venice! M. Lana Venice! date in the
S VACC. This has resulted in NOV. 4 84 64 .0? ('h.,,!. Button Knslrwood! Howard Charlotte died in an automobile Shuffleboard Co. and consult with discharged and his fourth as president of campaign N
1 an easier-to-read map with 'NOV. 5 84 63 .00 .Mar.'... 54th..!.. Wllhelmlna! .Sle- accident Friday near Mr. Siegel was a Catholicand patients. Christmas the city's governing body renewing their efforts to '
.1.. ..
Port Charlotte! Gall V.14. the
greater legibility in the street NOV. 6 80 59 .00 Noknmill Naner RollL Venloe! Venice. a member of Knights of Seals also helped to provide With no issues at stake in $24,001 goal by Thl!

I j names and alphabetical list- NOV.. 7 81 59 .00 N.,. tl Frank A. Wolff! Eneje.wood Survivors Include two nieces Columbus Greenwich, N.Y. a closed TV circuit for the TB his year's election Raymond I jiving ]
Uarr R. Reed Nokomii: Peter United Fund
.1 in M. NOV. 8: 81 58 .00 Rats". Nokomii' Jarvli K. Mender. Mrs. Emily James Survivors include his wid. Hospital in Tampa, to enable lIkely will run unopposed for President

_ _ c Said Markle, The rapid NOV. 9 80 60 .00 an'i, Venice. !. Li.. Hopklm. V..loe.Nov. Hearne of New York City and ow, Mrs. Bessie R. Siegel, children from the lobby to see the unpaid Job. The popular Walter Johns noted today!

!_.:, growth of this far-flung area NOV. 10 81 84 .00 11. Ida Venice Beeatinl.. Charlei Venire. D JackWllklnion. Brunet Mrs. Willihemina Siegrist of and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and talk to their parents con- councilman just completed a I the such: South County area, n.

a i means that a map Is outdated RAIN FOR MONTH ..07 Venice. Bertha Beldlrr! Laurel, .: Port Charlotte with whom he, George Siegel of South Ven fined to their rooms. successful campaign for District i a fine start on the dm
Linda Jihneon, Nokomii! Harrr Web.ber has real
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within short months after its Nokomtol Onelda Fabay Venice was living at the time of his !Money For X-Rays 2 justice of the peace, : opportunity
;tIa I publication. This same phenomenal In 1963, Americans purchased Gerdenii i 0.... Fyle Venice' Weeton death. I ice.A rotary service was held Mrs. Lumley advised that winning over his Democrat the pace for the whole coir

I growth also means more than 523 billion clgaettes ehepard.V..loe. Nokomlal. William! Burner. Services were held Tuesday I Sunday at 7:30: p.m. at Raw. this year It Is the hope of the opponent Robert K. Becker, and lead the way"to mews.

S there Is a constant hungry ; 7.1 billion cigars; 69.5 ,Nor It Tlnda Marie, 8...... Ven.ai at 2 p.m. at Farley Funeral les Funeral Home Chapel anda TB Association to be able to nearly 2 to 1.NonPartisan. "United effort, he laid,

i demand for maps. The increased million pounds of smoking to. I ,Ruth Venice Hodtrtu.! Sarah, Venice Whe!,for Venire Dabpert -! Home Chapel with The Rev. I requiem Mats Monday at nurchase x-ray equipment for Race Fund.what we need in the lUt

S I tempo in turn spells bacon> ; 64.8 million pounds of Gabriel.. Kartell? North Port Charlotte, Edward Dinkins of Grace Church of the Epiphany. The the new Health Department In No other nominees for the We can do It and

:i I increased costs. chewing tobacco; ana more lolin Cynthia D Waldron Prllllman.!! North Nokomii Fort Mreral| Jar. Methodist Church officiating I Rev. William Kelly of Church Venice. The' sum of M.000 two vacancies on the City will, if everyone will let I bhjnd I

41 "These costs have proved than 32.5 million pounds of 04,1), ) Vonloe: V..........Barr,...,, V.... of the Epiphany officiated was set aside from Christmas Council had taken out a petition \, the"drive and. five 'ftehmsly. 11
Thomai .
'L' ieai H. Von''"- JM-
Ii f', so burdensome" Markle snuff. ...h Taeti, Enelewood! I Ralph P..... VONNIE ETHEL WHITE Burial was in Gulf Pines Memorial Seal' receipts last year for the post up to press _
4 '\ ', ton,. Fnirlewondi. CI...'.., C..!... Venice Mrs. Vonnie Ethel White, Park.WILLIAM. but it will take at least that time. City elections are non. I
\ I Charlei E. C. Venice."
\ 1 Nor. 10! Peter Prlndlrille. Venire! 74, of 612 Nokomis Ave., died much again to be able to partisan. YOUR SCHOOLS
; i WOMEN MAKE $ $ $ Fid Roo.. & V.lar 1"0 Mats'.. V.. Sunday at Venice Hospital. H. SHORT make this purchase she said Candidates seeking the post

: 'I 1 a bat,...Dr W.lkp.Adolph VrIp.Andcnon I ;. If'n'Venicemnfl.ld P.:! She was a native of Gray- William H. Short, 64, of Mrs. Lumley also noted must obtain a petit loa from :',Continued from Fuel I!

WORKING AT HOME lad- Venice.!Enilewoodj. i Uarearet. Mett- son County Ky. She came Venice Municipal Trai'er that last year there was an City Clerk Harry W. Hager in the county. '
.j DISCHARGES here three years ago from at his alarming increase of new and file it with the signaturesof Much remains to be dos
Park died
91'.... ....... .. wwb at .... _|B( take kibe (....1 I .. eaWe .1> Na,. 41 Paul Martlndale, En tie.wood Leitchfield, Ky. Monday nrtlvn-- raxem- of tuberculosis 15 registered cltv voters We have as yet to intervio
par H Mr .... N. Iherl .. Ike ...... Tea mm ..... He tkane ,. Gabriel Bartell, Venice' Juanlta Survivor. include her husband home. on our Health Department's by> 5pm: N v2 ten days prospects and we would
fan laaterlala. N. eelllnf. N. peetata. Materlala .. fin ..... amt peat- Wade, Fort Mren t Harlaa. Walk Claude E. White; two He was a native of Mentor, register a total of 32 as prior to the election. welcome suggestions from
I er, Venice Lharlea' a..tw.. Enilewood. eight
I paiL (Notel> CUenta ... paid Piwapllr. II per ara.. .. ....1... eraera.Werk 1. daughters, Mrs Garnet Mae Ky., and came here compared with 22 during the Raymond was elected to anyone interested, prote
fell er part time. Beeaaaa nateriala. peaUta, .Ie. an ..tip and Nor. 11 babelle Rice. Venice! Butler of Short Creek years ago from that city. There also was
Ky., previous year. Council In 1956 the atonal and
City as layman.
.. _" Helena J.hans Fntlewood I Penr In
.an. ... write Jut to .et a bib anj are aot eerleea abeatwaraln There he was partner a
S ralklni! Venice! Sophia! lallminn, and Mrs. Frances Pickerill of an increase In TB cases for first candidate on a so-called During the recent ell<
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h torn to II fan bib', er t Inetraetleni ana ,.11. ".,, Mary IXKIIM! Rice Venice.jv. grocery business. Previouslyfor
eel
ii.. .. M ....-. I. If roe take .. ear .....1It ..t. .. keep It far .. It Kenneth Dllby!!! NokomulDime i Pleasant Plains, Ill.; and several years he was associated the state of Florida, as wells "harmony" platform. Up to tion campaign there wain'
.. .. Johniton. Nokomii! Sediewlrk three grandchildren. for the entire country At that time council 3 unusual amount of mien
baadllnt year ...._ Metier diP at tank Steele Ce. TIM 8e. ,,.,, : with Yager Machine was split
flab Venice! Neal J. Rumbiuih.enlcei ,
Aahland Chinee, lit Gorre Slecel! (..,h'.d.). YenMurrar ; Funeral services were held Co. in Columbus, Ohio and the present time Sarasota 10 2 on nearly every vital Is derstanding concerning\
I I..: Wliaon. Entlewood: ; Monday at Farley Funeral County has 15 hospitalizedactive Issues and the candidate!
I Nor 71 7.,.... 5..,. North PortCharlotte Home Chapel with The Rev. for 20 years was fruit and TB patients' with two sue.Raymond's election shifted seeking school board put-!!
; Nancr Campbell.!! Venice! vegetable inspector in Ohio
Charlei: Canon, Venice! Jr. D De John L .Jones of Venlce-No of them from the Venice-No- the balance of power and the Many charges were rnio-
I I C.!... North Port Charlotte! J. .. komis Methodist Church of and other states. He was komis area and an additional D. and number of peoplt,
Dunn. Venice! GI.d! ,.. Flamburi! Vor.ieeibllle graduated from Ohio State following year Smyth Bro- a
N' V I Lucille!!! G. Linn. En- ficiating. Interment was :'ji in horticulture. four active cases on the registry hard, then a councilman, with the schools became in
.!lewoodi Ida Parent, Caaar Krrt a..- Fairview Cemetery in Leitch University with one from this area. campaigned successfully for volved.It .
\rude Younr, Venice.Nor. Mr. Short was a memberof
L li Ruth Conenhaver, Enirle.wood field. Methodist Church. Mrs Lumley advised that mayor and Ralph E. Ander- would be well to pout 1
F..I H..I..... Warm Mineral Grace everything possible is being and \fr
out to the
son was appointed to fill outBrohllrd' public
Charlei .. member of
Bprlnn! HI !. Venice! ) He was also a
1 GEORGE FRANCIS SIEGEL :done to seek out the people that whethei
Il' Wayne Hobbe. Venice! Ilia Hopklna, 198 F&AM in unexpired term. school people
Venice! John Hunter Venice I Rh.M.pIl.kI George Francis Siegel, 45, Mayo Lodge , who have TB and get them Election of David Hamiltonto your man won or lost, the!?
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Enllewood. 1'1.1:1.:11:! !Munaell.Alex Mlikle Enilewoodt :! of 35 Treasure St.. South Ven. California Survivors, Ky.include his widow under treatment. If the person the vacant council seat that will be no great change lit

Feter Roo..... Nokomb H... ice, died Friday at Venice with TB Is found and the same year rounded out the revolution within SarawU\
ford Swatek, Entlewood Mrs Tecla Short a
| Conala! Whit ;
:; II in'! plred>, Venice.Nor. Hospital. Thomas Short of Cinctnnati proper treatment started 'harmonious" council. County Schools. Of eou\*
; :1 5 C. Ruth Alexander, Xnflewoodiilamle He was a native of Brook brother early enough, it Is almost always Since that time. council has there will be changes ten
1 sisters Miss El-
$ AVENUE VENICE Boone (expired' ), Venlm Ml- ; two ,
225 W. MIAMI
Ian Caerwlmkl. Fntlewoodi Martha lyn, N. Y., and later lived In la Short of Mentor and Mrs. 100 per cent effective.The remained generally in harmony and there as there ahw!
EI.... Venice' Charlai! Jag..,. Ven.re Albany N. Y, coming here most important problem on all but one of two when new ideas are broufM
I Katie! Mitchell.! Enilewood! | Charlea Helen Kopp of Sliver Grove
Reed. Nokomii! i Charlei! Button sat.- from that city in 1954. He wasa and grandchild. today, she said Is not so controversial I.sue.. Splits to a board or an admta
woo?! Gall Valderama, Nokomii! Jack I salesman with Wilson Meat Ky.; one much the cure but to find developed over First Devel- tration.
I Wllklnaon! Hlcalrllle! ) Norm* Zletlar! Services will be held todayat
U Venloa.Nor. the unknown cases and get opment Corporation's lease of It well behooves III to f1
; I Proof Of Both 101, Franoea 10 a.m. at Rawles Funeral under before !
Antottl. North them treatment airport property and the four. everything back into prOps
Port' Charlotte- Linda Johnion 1'/' ..... To Name Teen Home Chapel with The Rev.
: mill Charlai' F.r...... Nokomkl. On.thla :: Miles DePagter and The Rev. the Infection is spread. party compromise last yearn perspective, keeping
t Waldon. North;' Fort MTent Stere Edward Dinkins of Grace In addition to the tuberculosis the Inland Waterway. mind that It Is still, u >JI>

: I S Our membership In he Order of' the Jnhneon.reI, Venkei Gladri Heed, Lao- Methodist Church officiating. i problem, Mrs. Lumley The rifts however were always has been, the clan'

.. Golden Rule it proof that our service Board TonightThe Interment will be in Gulf advised that the TB Assocla- not serious and council since room teacher who determInes -

Pines Memorial Park. ion Is now actively engaged then has generally been in accord the quality of eduCl
J meets the highest possible standards, that I In helping combat all respir- on most issues. tion your child will nce*
.
S our prices are maintained et the lowest annual membership atory diseases which so often
meeting of Teen Haven to MAMIE F. BOONE make persons more suscepible .

possible levels. elect a new adult board of directors Mamie F. Boone 58, of to TB and are now the

I I will! be held tonight Venice By-Way died Mondayat fourth leading cause of death We would' lie to take this opportunity to

FINEST IN FAUCETS (Thursday) at S o'clock in Venice Hospital.A in the United States. thenk' ill area merchant, organizations and

If ' New Homes end Old the airport youth center native of Madison, she Mrs. Lumley stressed the
L' individual! who contributed to the lucceu
building. came here 30 years ago from I act that 80 cents out of every
f An entire new slate of directors that city. She was a memberof dollar received In the Christmas of' the Venice Elementary School PTA

: : ; 5, will be elected undera Laurel Church of God. Seal Campaign stays Hallowen Carntvel.
: change In the Teen Haven Survivors include her husband I right here In Sarasota Coun-

I I Ii : bylaws adopted by the present William C. Boone; two ty to Insure the maintenanceand

board two weeks ago The sons, Charles W. Boone of expansion of local pro- James YES prlnelpal!
bylaw change establishes Naples and James W. Booneof grams. Dunaway,

continuity on the board by Bradenton; two daughters, Ralph/ R. Mole/ PTA prssldid

providing for varying' terms Mrs. Lucille Montgomery and eowW eWfW
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Weerf/emw
i ) tt, I 96 W. DEARBORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD from one to three years. Mrs. Myrtle Thomas; four Civic Chorus / ,

I 'M.t1ttl01lUI'f Directors previously served brothers William and Mitch Meets\ :=::;
: one-year terms, with the entire Kelly of Nokomis Russell TonightFirst -
Of lHt
!:> IiOL IftBUll Babe's PlumbingCo. board replaced every Kelly of Tampa and Perty rehearsal of Venice

liwttJs Inc. year. Kelly of Indiana; three sisters I Civic Chorus will be held to- 9akcij g'uMa

Mrs. Edna Bass of Nokomls day at 8 p,m. at Venice Junior r :

? FUNERAL HOME] 488-2402 488-5282 First Graders TopicOn Mrs. Ethel Holden of High School chorus room.
I Radio Equipped Trucli Sarasota and .Mrs. Addle Owens i All who wish to sing with '

''l 5' _ _ _ _ _ _ P. O. Box 454 Nokomis YES PTA MeetThe of PlacIda; 15 grandchildren the group are welcome, according
ii ; first grader and his and three great to Conductor Paul

problems will be discussed bya grandchildren. ioldenstein, and piano accompanist .
,, L school psychologist at the Services will be held todayat and those Interest.
SALE
: SALE SALE: SALESpecialities November meeting of the 2 p.m. at Rawles Funeral ed in assisting in conductingare

Venice Elementary Parent- Home Chapel with The Rev. needed, he said. 4M'22"
: OVERSTOCKED on Garden !: Teacher Association Mondayat J. W. Morgan of Laurel The Civic Orchestra will 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone

8 p.m. in the school cafe. Church of God officiating. meet today at Its regular i '

.: torlum. Burial will be in Nokomis time, 7-10 p.m., at the VJHS _S JOHN J. FARLIY

I Z5 0/ OFF r PATIO STONES Z5 OFF A report on the Hallowe'en C..m..tftPv.. band room. ,
I I
;. /0 VARIOUS SIZES % I Carnival also will be presented ; funeral Director

during the meeting. Refreshments :, S Llceosa.d FlorWaI ;

.1 16,16,2 12,12,4 2 4" Die. wiU be served. 'EiECTRICAlCONSTRUCTION '

S 20,20,2 16* .8,2I6x I 8" Die. The PTA executive board .IIIJla".
will meet at 7:30: p.m. Monday -
16,32,2LITTRELL 8.412x16,2 I 2 Die.
'3 h GenerofMO /
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-. CURBING BLOCK-BENCHES 'I and 1 LIGHTING SUPPLIES "r Wee/ Art ANa /. fo M R.gedl/.

L CONCRETE Nursing Homo ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. I Financial C7re.moiKei

nod 24 H.., H."; ",;' Service uIn -... .. ...... sad narla.

I Venice Ph. 488.6723 Englewo, Ph. 474.1452 Phone Venle US-HM t... CockHII Street. Phone 48M794 1 Funeral Butlrew She 173?

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By SALLY S1UBB8 = : ..r. ;

WifNAffRjjjrw. Mr. and Mr. Frank Caw During the past week the daughter Millie (Mrs. Tonlo a' '
have taken them to Rotolo) of Chicago arrived
erly, of Salem, N .H., return. Crosby .
ed to their winter home at Thomas Edison' home in Sunday to be with her parents .
101 Paddington Road this Fort Myers, the Police Mu. during Mrs. Sabatlni's convalescing I I ,. .
past week. Mrs. Caverly's seum in North Port Charlotte period. '
mother, Mrs. Twigg, returned The Singing Tower in Lake -o_ l'
with them and plans to stay Wales and Busch Gardens in The James Willard Walkers : (I
on here for the winter. On the Tampa. Both Mr. and Mrs. of Sandhurst Drive have re. ,
trip south the Caverlys sloped Martin were in the service ceived word of the arrival of I
VENICE in Andover Mass., where during World War II and over I their first grandchild. James I r;,
they visited their daughterand the weekend they visited two Edward Walker was born to I i
1 SHOPPING grandchildren. They of Mr,, Martin's friends In Captain and Mrs. Edward H. tj
CENTER made several stops in West Bradenton who were. in" the Walker'on Nov. 5' in Hell. I l
ern Pennsylvania where they Waves with her. The Martins bronn, Germany. The Junior fI
and visited former associates of will return to Dayton this Walkers visited in Venice
: heirs in the New England I week where Mr. Martin Is East in October. The then I
Venice Ave.
W Telephone and Telegraph Co. quality control Inspector at Lieutenant Walker was on
Both Mr. and Mrs. Caverly Wright-Patterson Air Force leave from Camp Lee Va.. .I,
are .retired from the telephone Base. and awaiting his overseas as
24 PIECE company and are act. -0- signment. Since then he has I
STAINLESS STEELFLATWARE Electric Knife lye In the telephone Pioneer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Olesen received his captaincy and is I
"' Life Member work in this of 126 Venice East Boulevard stationed on a post near Hell- I
Ju.t In HmtThankgMngl area. will leave Monday for another bronn In Germany, The new t i
r. I i, for - trip to the East. This will little boy carries both his \
4 piece place settings for 6. Made be their third trip this year. father's and his grandfather's II
t by the world renowned WALLACE 1)) T Twin ttalnltn steel blades Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Martin The occassion for this trip into first names. ,
4. BROS.Lifetime( guarantee. ., each 0 + with Woverly edge 1800. of Dayton Ohio are visit. attend the wedding of their -o- ,
,r makes pit minute. Detach, ing their parents Mr and grand nephew Donald Clifford Dr. and Mrs Alexander ,
rt, let individually numbered for obit 8 (t. cord Sof t- guard Mrs. George Crosby at their Weeden to Judith Eliza. Moore were very happy to f fate .t
{ your protection. YY. with home on Paddington Road beth Blakely In Chatham N. the "Letter to the Editor"In .
COMPAREVALUE J,, on Nov. 21. Donald Is the The GONDOLIER last f
3.4 grandson of one of Mrs. Ole. week written by their friend .' \i.
97 sen' twin sisters Mrs. Clara Mrs. Ralph Emmerson Her ';
SfLLINO( fOR $20.00/ i. Wedeen, of Watertown, Mass., sey of Denvllle I N. J. SI Mrs 1
and Miss Blakely is the Hersey states in her letterthey 1
daughter of Mr, and Mrs came to Venice as I I'
, I r wp CH Bernard Edward Blakely- guests of Dr and Mrs. Moore ; ,t tat
/ f / A Chatham. Mr. Weeden had their home at 182 Venice I,
FOR THE his ROTC training at Prince. East Boulevard in Venice
ton and has been assigned to East. Mrs. Mersey's letter and I
g1Gat Fort Sill, Okla. Before and af her idea to have some kind of i ,
ter the wedding Mr. and Mrs. an "Over the Seas" contact $
Sophisticated lady WOOD Olesen will visit In Auburn, with our sister city of Venice,
HAIR DRYER d CARVING BOARD Mass., at the home of their Italy, has brought many enthusiastic +' ,
daughter, Mrs. William Kent and favorable com'I
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bonnet, Perfumer Tree well to catch driPP 9s' and in Pottstown Pa., with ments hereabouts. ;
Poviev minicuri set with 4ittachmentl. Mrs. Olsen's sister Mrs An.
Carrying strap EMKO Adjustable drew Fieland 1 N i

THOUSANDS \ roast holder. -0- Men's Club :
16.99 C Mrs Angelo Sabatinl of
,,, solo aT 12.98 3.99Overiittd Se ,
r- Reg. ,. V. Sandhurst Drive Is recuperating :
in Venice Memorial Hospital
where she underwent Hears Telestar t

surgery on Tuesday. Her

t I I Talk Tuesday ,

.St. Mark's Men's Club will a ,
VI ALIS hear a talk on "Space Com I ,
PORTA FILE munications" at the monthly n;
f 6 3 PC. STAINLESS STEEL dinner meeting Tuesday at I t '
Hair Tonic MIXING BOWL SET 6:30: p.m. at St. Mark's Episcopal y
-GIANT SIZE- f Handiest bowl set yet Restaurant Church parish hall. : :
12i'' .,110". Sturdy perfect for mixing, serving SpecialsFRIDAY Guest speaker will be 4
tt t conitruetion. y and storage. Heavy David E. Wilkinson, com i
With I nds (fold.n mercial manager of General 1
belt rod k.y. Haldiov gauge stainless I
Co.
1600 r.h.bb l s stash >/6, l lei and Telephone
docum.nti. 3 qt. sites STUFFED FLOUNDER .................. 82c He will exhibit a model of '
the Telstar satellite and die.cuss
J.I S
YALe ALK A SELTZER S/IURDAY the use of these in future .t
world communications.
1.99. ONLY 2.99t SWISS STEAK .............................. 82c A color movie will be

25fs . . . SUNDAY- shown after the talk. Dr. 1.. 3
D. Jaeger, president, will be
ROAST BEEF ................................ 99c In charge. All men are welcome I \
(Complete Dinner) and reservations maybe 1
t made by calling Charles 1
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Schlier. I
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JAGUAR 'nj I I Cutting blades of stainless steel for long- Come join the happy life i '

CORDLESS ELECTRIC I life. Holds 2 trays of ice. Sturdy die-cast I

TOOTHBRUSH metal housing. Retractable cord. Depress at Trailer Acres! 1

Vertical oscillation provides Ihor 8.95 vary.. button to operate. +
ough cleaning of teeth, With Now Onl 1699 'e'l l --' l'r lI lj l-
toothbrush and battery. Handfor parties, etc \I

Addatonol brush,.,.,,,,3 f 9 j
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Wilhth. H. rt"of PAPER NAPKINS Pack of no, R* 33; . . 29$ Smooth hardwood LL f :'

'Lanolin to soothe /* .,. ALUMINUM FOIL 25 feet, R.{. i/m/ . i,24$ i e ti . nickel plated t 1 er # " /
Protect moi//! "" + metal.
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1 ""*, I> I BATTERIES 9 volt flat transistor Rer. 290 . .2/43 YOUR CHOICE
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Reg. 2.00 Ii it itI
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LOO I NYLONS Seamiest mesh, Ref (9C .. . . 2/88 I

COLGATE Toothpaste rallll1slu,.Rer. ise 69$ I )
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TERGEN'S AVER HAND CREAM 10 it ..r. :.so. 1.00 i I.t
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"CLASSIC SYLVANIA AG 1 nifhM.1,, Ret. 123 ... 1.00 W .r
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HAND LOTION ffj- :

KODACHROME II Movie I elm. ty, R.f IBS 2.15 ( ) 1ff'. ,Of '
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Special decorator> )Newt E2r SPOT LIFTER ... :: 7- :J. .
filled +... SUPER ANAHIST TABLETS.-. .... ,..s59s '. \
dl.pIIUI lotion. JMU- Lifts spots out of cloth . __ ",, 1f'L', .. ..... u_ ,*,-.. I1t a
with able: REXALL VAPURh II. .rolll i . . . . . 88$ never leaves a ring;. Yesterday, Trailer Acres was jusl an idea. Today, it's an ideal retirement community of t\

',]. US TIMED-ACTION COLD CAPS Reran 10', 98$ spacious lots with paved streets, central sewer and water systems. Tomorrow we plan \ .
ONLY 98C this to be America's largest! active retirement mobilehome community! LOver '
ONLY 99* VITAMIN B 12, 25 me*, 100-1, RT 69' .. 53C
400 mobilehome sites have already been sold. More than 100 people are now enjoying ,
0B0ffiBHw PEPTO'BISMOL I 01., Ref, 980 . .. . .. 69$ this happy way of life. The retirement couples keep coming. And rightly so. They've '. "

BAYER ASPIRIN 100 tabs, *<*. 790 . . .. 53$ shopped and compared; some will have saved as much as 1500. They know values and j
Queen Anne appreciate the extras that Trailer Acres offers. :
THERMOMETERS oral,r.ctalerstabbyReg.98149s II'II'j
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MAKEUPMIRROR f The Recreation Center will soon have an observatory second story. The fun games parties : I
LISTERINE Antiseptic u it Rer. 180 . . . . 63C and dances will be all the merrier. And with that much more lounge rooms for cards hob ;" . I

COUGHS COLD NEEDS I: bies and just plain relaxing and enjoying your neighbors. Boating and fishing on the beautiful ', l I
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With decorative "" and fish-filled Myakka River continues to be ever-popular with the happy residents. I"t{

ceramic VICKSF.rmWs446osgbM.liclee,2W5Lleg... 88$ 59 Newt BOOT PARKER And just a mile away are the healthful waters of Warm Mineral Springs. At Trailer Acres i
pedeital.L19
29$ Protect* floor, etc. Water you really know you're enjoying your freedom years. ?J ,
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9 put nol drive out today! Or the weekend. The owners are al the entrance-office from I ,
VAL 7 ROMILAR CF Court Ftrmuli, 1 Sri Ret 1.59 98$ 4 pair Why on '
10 to 5 daily and Sunday. Ask for Boris Kaye or Gene Grayson.lhey'd like lo meet you I

VICKS VAPO-RUB 1 1v or, R.t5st, .. . .39$ WHtVJS and will be delighted to show you around. You'll be glad you came. '! ;

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aw..w_eIIML Vol4..1.. &. On fte beautiful Myakka River and I U). S. 41-43 miles S. of Braden on, lQ.miles S. of Sarasota,

hu.u...wM...-..... ..W.la..... ., ,. i miles 1 of Venice, 8 miles ".f. pi Englewood 15$ miles{ N.,of pun I. Coida AJ6 wiles H. oJ Fort Hje*" '
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, ... Nov. 12. '964r. TeadurJProgram
School NewsBy ,
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Topic"Contemporary

IU8AN MURPHY nd KRII MET
I PEOPLE
if( Homecoming 1W4 U over and hot chocolate' In the cafeterlas ton" a program d..llnllll
v before choal. They will teaching "
SPEAK new, but *t time the juniorclass composition to i h
Woet thought It would never continue their sales throughout IIroupobrouah "ltual
h 1 get here, and If It did they the cool weather. se, will b. the total y .te'onltr.t1on '
would never be reedy, The -0- br: Ma. at.
l. \rI ---- \ -- theme this year WM "Under Bill Brown has been chosen men. chairman of 1/1./, Inel 1011 i

To The Edltori!: , a 'very sour note," After weter Ssfety" end the gym to Play the bass with the Department It 1\1very\
} I was at the opening of the reading the review I hid WM decorated with shalle, West Cost Symphony Orchestra. of High the School, at the llleetib
I play "Come Blow Your Horn" mixed emotion of just anger mermaid and fish In proru- Bill lion. of about Sarasota County
0 m I n or TO ASSOCIATED: rics. WCMBS or Tog ru>aip. .. '!lUll ASSOOUTIO .t the Little Theatre and dejection. After seeing ion. The couple danced to five students from the west clj ot Teacher. of ?,,

Today I read the report on Thursday evening'* performance the music of the Thunder- coast area who were chosen Overview High Nor II at,
i :' ,b .A..Uud" -Ise. a ..wu.e..- vas M w lrN ter a",q.uN..r....b4IoIW Maw.ell -All ,.1YWd.. III "SMad........'W. Y the play, done for the VENICE I wee furious about the bents, end when It WM allover for this position Thl 1* a 1'.m.
::.,,1:reWV." err WMrrwr' GONDOLIER X think It review and elated about the a group of harried Junior great honor to both the school English Couiwn
: rug .- cad a.nu" M r.ww +w"e ar.r ra.s asraM a .rrslaw w w ,.,....... Y .. was terrific. It covered every. show. To paraphrase, the lestparagraph breathed a sigh of relief. and to Bill been instrumental In L
+Mt f. aWdr. raq M om,. ........ the of of the review of -o- in P1 10
1. thing from selection :: _e- a County OuWt f lor
,. pan ...... aa. .Sawa. Yww lINt L You Arww the play through the casting, 'Come Blow Your Horn" WM A new addition to the English: Curriculum
I l.wW' 'A| *>mM &'*, MMMr At" ft* Offlw M PMaa I'WWIt the costuming, the eel, to the more than a "toot," It was Homecoming Parade was the Th* Senior haV, attained fourth edition Cf irhU1 II;
1 work of the actors. It even the high note eV my day for Grand Matron. Miss LIly their goat for ad aloe for be mid avellable

t EDWARD P. BALL ,. .?.?,.....,.?,,.,.,......???. editor/ and Publisher identified geographically the a while I forgot the annoyance Moore. This year's Homecoming the Warrior. Senior Ad Day English teachsr TUiwi lOOt'

I COURTNEY WUJS ?.............??.,............. Advertising Manage flat that were painted to of the dey, the thing wee dedicated to the class started' cafeteria off with and a breakfast a short tie first Curriculum/
that had to
show through the windows. get done tomorrow of 1018 the first class that Inb. ever
1 ; i ' SAM DILLON ................................. News end Wewephote Editor: This ls fine, and very detail the birthday party that' graduated under Miss Moon's0 pep talk from Mr. Davis and' County prepared The J 1081 by li>hrlltti

: ROQER= KXLBY ,.....,.....?........,......"..... Mechanic Superintendent. ed, but I still haven't been had to be planned, and I Instruction. Mr. Lewis the seniors then .of the council are 01 I
:1 --. .- able to figure out how you laughed heartily and the - left to .elicit\ ads S from et least Richard Lewis, ,

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES .In county tin per reer., B tf per ew rno tba. P.7' can sit' In the north windowof people around me laughed.We Key Club has proven that two stores each At had the! end of William Fletcher VIce prwitn:
I M.Z* |4.23 an apartment In the East got what we went for W.w.re boys can combine brains and the day the class turnedin dent) Miss Sandra
: \ : twr three month to cent per copy Out ef county. par year entertained I $ OOO In ads These ad SIn
I 60's and see the Hudson River end hope brawn. In the National Honor over .ecntf '; Mrs.
j per au months, M per three aoeOuA40MUUM that the people who workedso salt what enable the
are treasurer.Mature
the George Washington Brain Brawl team Hill, .
'..., aewku ... ,., a.e. Society
UwMnuuvKi Fit M* Pro Sown (taiMWlUt .pa I
hard to ( this Warrior start to for the
'\ I n..utlnr, fj_ r..u. M rs AW.t.. Ge a+nK ..... Bridge and a turn In the river. give us even. of Xeyette and Key Clubbers pay
: ia.alYF PI (There isn't any). The lung away from the 'idiot box competed In three events All printing pf the annual. Each
; actual 'view appears to be felt our enthusiasm. week the member of the two merchant' who purchased an produces Uosn
i I from Queens looking up the Next time there Is to be a elube cold ticket to the Brain ad worth over five dollars receives and seeds on system OIB,
: Yesterday Today Tomorrow review of VLT production a free complimentary trot which 1 Is the
I Cast: River over the Queens- s Brawl et a coat of a nickel coif
borough Bridge to where the may I suggest that It be doneon piece. These ticket enabledthe annual. length cf night and drn

: I The psychiatrists. and, ydwUfilti j My Tmewew, (If w* are t. few feet, may river turn to become the opening nlhiand rot at students to participate In -
technical: rehearsal You'dbe
I Incidentallythe a
'full ef f temlvn and. beu"" .. It It et the moment, beyond Harlem River. the second event which wae
we ere
I worry never c." painting by Lela Wellington amaied at the changesthat cheering for' their team "before
I we cannot be lure whemer" tomorrew. will err op end. beyond our control. Whilewe is terrific and I II more a take. place from Monday and after each round of It costs so little to /hive

bring peace ef etwnie. war -end. .. perhaps" might' apply earns of these things we work of art than a stag drop. to Wednesday night. the Brain BrawL The third
It has come to mind theta I'd like to end this with a event, Brain Brawl it-
we the
I the eruj 0f mankind.' Welt tW ney be hre thought' over wlmly. to tr1' t. .Influence person who Ia eo wrong few cliches: of my own., Joenle eel, run In the same manner

I true. But ,if we worry wrielf, We a stale what "heppent tomorrow, we ten about one thing could also be West was' cuts as a button; a* College Bowl Linda.Roe* LPGASHEAllH

I n! I of teiwlon about tOM< I have never been In a Jew. glass; Ann Collins wet cool I Austin, and Melody Wendt
: aloe ef' flood worrying tins! 'nd fear isle bachelor apart cucumber
j worry playboy's as a ; Woody Doty of the Keyette matched will
I : ; One, pMoopny| which K.i helpee a let So In the final ntlyi'K, today i I. really ment. wes nervous es a eat; Dorrl with Ray Joetson Dennis \ EVERY ROOM
I agree that Owen GlblOnde.erv.d Yerkee wes good as gold; and Fleming, Jim Zacharlaa, and
work. If do
of people e"ed! "v"ne I aU Kruger, Whether he" hssa Jim Van Keuren of Key Club
I ; I pointed up by the simple" ,feet that tomorrow tedey, eur I bed t* accomplish" the best was assigned to him. I have Boston accent, e Southern In the final tally,' Keyettea

I has always been uncertain. Noneof .r f which w* ere capable now then tomorrow seen pros on the New York drawl or an Irish brogue was won the cheering competition
,. I i. tale of ". stage that I don't think have funny ss a crutch I To all\ of while Key Club took both the
individual, will well
in-ei or collectively t at e pretty care done half as good you, I ..,, "Good Scowl"GERIBECKER'! ticket aale and the Brain
i I nation-is guaranteed any certain time." .elf If you remember I said I Brawl. AU proceeds from the

Sometimes, we might dwell on yeiter- Is it .net .f tome' significance that the had read the report. I weegentle Venice. assembly will go to the National
I should have said ;
day-be concerned for the things. left only prayer. to come from the founderof slaughter,'The poor play and P.S.I The "cyclorama offering Honor Society to
view' of New York used In the purchase of a flagpole
; undone, fret about what would f av. happened Christianity. mentions not yesterday, or everyone connected with It and s the Hudson River" was City a for the athletio field.

if we had done something. differ- tomorrow, but pleads ttmplyi ". ( give was torn !limb from limb the. BACKDROP of EAST RIV/ -
r. bones picked clean, and toss.ed Hunt th Is what
ently. Calm, careful analysis Ii proper ui this day. ." bare and naked in a heap ER. was dona \.TI.r: bonfire par

'. I but 'fretting .end marrying ,..v" ,For we -Reck Hill, S. C.. for all to see. Thl. I think Lon tlcipants. Armed with flashlights
To The
1" cannot change, ene second ., yetlerdey.' Evening Herald. was vicious end evil. These ) and steel nerves over
I people who worked so hardto I wish to compliment Mr. 100 students set out to hunt
produce this play for our Richard Welke for his letter the tiger (the Palmetto mis. CENTRAL HtAriNO SYSTEM WITH
} enjoyment are not pros. They j in your issue of Nov. S and to cot). It was believed that if
. : Jl 'J I -f AUTOMATIC OASTEFLON FURNACE
Speed Traps are just good honest citizens thank you, Mr. Editor, for the tiger was caught . of '
I I who are having fun. I believe publishing it. Mr. Welke' course it was , and brewedIn

"'! 1 R<'; z f f Se firmly 'Ingrained 'In the. American" ill. for ascending the legal limit, the action was that very some good of ,the but criticism why not clean thoughts, and refreshing Ideas were breese as a Venice a portion would by be the victorious Keyettes, Inatalld $lJlJlJ50

language has. .become the 'Incorrectly applied might be construed ai entrapment. present it in a constructivetone blowing across I beclouded- over the Palmetto Tigers In frees "tlfI.t
terms
1- I term "peed trap" *i applied to When a motorist In violation panel rather than ripping themto atmosphere. He expressed the Homecoming game. tJ iI "
shreds These plays are off the
eloquently thoughts of
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I I radar 'Installations, that. e future" edition through a radar beam, no one has Induced Broadway actually about countless Americans during NFL Is selling- doughnuts

I of Webster might define.It something like him to commit an offense He wet 1,280 miles, so let's leave the this campaign, who perhapsare Why put up with make-do heat-

.' this, ".n area through which radio microvevai already engaged In the commlulen of e gearing blasts to the publicity In not a* articulate lit expressing NARCE \ for when you can enjoy the
eeekers up there One awhile Meeting comfort convenience: and economy
them as he ii,
I I i' are .pawed end Into which, un :
:i % tit/f,, and Innocent motorists are lured [Iud AI ridiculous at for someone' caught the beck and In hearts the GONDOLIER for the past Slated NOVa 18 1 ; 17 tern for just pennta i

t .!t .. and unreasenab'y! charged with ."..din9 burglarizing a store et night te plead that thank who God will that step there out ere of their people nine years. As a purveyor of day I Our FREE HOME: BEAT.
of the I it The November meeting of ING SURVEY will show
r news area enjoy rot
the legal speed limits, he did not know a policemen saw him everyday lives and attempt '
.' P but I deplore the recent tendency the Englewood-Venlce: ch.p.ter how little It cost to instill
Legally, entrapment is defense only' entering. It. something them just new to help and: make strange our to for biased opinion In National .....n. of Retired control system in your bent

"when the accused hat been I induced by Much the tame status Ii given by some' lives happier and more bearable . your editorial column. I concede Civil Employees (NARCE) e e Air Conditioning, too for summer \

'I' police officers to commit en offense he to unmarked police cars. The way to curb and propagandise your right to advocate political will be held next Wednesday, FRY PAN comfort can be added not
your Nov. 18, .t 1:30: p.m. In the or later.
did not originally contemplate. Entrapment traffic deaths, they My, ,Is for the policeto I amateur paid my show pittance to wean philosophy. A loyal opposition community room of fire
put on by
ii not surveying e potential iceneof patrol in conspicuously marked can. amateurs Some of the cast with objective and constructive Federal Savings and Loan In temoke *) HOME PHONI US TODAY FOR TOM
criticism Is necessary mi nrtoN FRY PAN AND

I crime nor is it "shadowing" someone While this method no doubt hot e deterrent have never been on a stage and desirable but why Venice. HEATING SUHVfY HOMI HIATINO SURVIYA
It. AU retiree of the federal
before. I It. I
I suspected of attempting te commit. It i.I ii effect on the inattentive or nottooenthuslaitto "- think saw did enjoyed the bitterness and. rancor. government and District of
I they a great job OF
not even letting a stage end permitting\ violator, It ,h a |oke te and I am looking forward to Surely add the it concluding was unnecessary paragraphto to Columbia government are GREEN'S FUEL

I a guilty-minded person to perpetrate an these who bend heart end soul to violet.' eeeing the next ona.Let' your lead editorial in this eligible to attend membership : FLORIDA CORP.
remember that It has meetings and octal event
I offense, ai mating "buy" ef narcotics lug end escaping detection never hurt anyone to keep very same issue. whether or not they are affiliated .

I or illegal liquor A police officer ,In, plainclothes Admittedly, the uniformed police of. quiet If they.had nothing goodto Ae political an editor events and, you a studentof knowIn with NARCE., Coffee 263 South Tamlaml, Trail Phone iII-il';

end driving a car would fleer his beat Ii heart and refreshment will be
f sports on city e strong preserver sty.E. your that Mr. Pierre
S.
GERBERICK. the meeting.
not be committing. entrapment when he of law and order. Yet the plainelethesmen ,. Venice.To Salinger's defeat In Cslltor.nis served following

\ apprehended 0 ipeeder through these end surveillance methods remain to can his be opposition attributed to primarily the re-

meant. 1, very powerful 1 weapon' In the eternal The Editor: peel ot the California Fair

When. 0 meuw nibble et the. belt ef ever on. crime. Before I tear apart the review Housing Act a act highly
of the VLT production unpopular with the voters of sound
1 a trap and I Is caught, he Is literally We should cease to worry about the which you printed I would like that state. Mr. Murphy, however a new

I trapped, since. he h going about the feeling. ef those who kill, maim and destroy to offer a general statement kept silent on the Issue.

I f I j normel process .f obtaining fwd withnoIdee I.f with motor vehicles end give name bout Little means Theatres.just what The it You concerning then add Mr.a few Robert remarks F.

f I : of committing en effenie, ly little thought to these who would |lust ei says. Unfortunately, Its .ice Kennedy Mr. Kennedy's political

,. I i the same token, If police offlceri erected soon not be killed, maimed or subjected earns to be directly proportional . future will depend upon . .
to the size of the community "
signs peering' a speed limit In esters of to property loss and this la wrong hi.aa record a U.S. end Senator achievements from G IS I

the legal one end then. arrested 0 meter. Virginia Traffic Safety Newt Every theatre group shouldbe New York State, en office to r;
1 appreciated accepted and which he wee elected by
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. if i;!! '/ ; Father Of f The Bride Goes Broke supported whether the by populus its community la 10,000 more this than against 8 DOOO a distinguish.ed majorityand born !

or 100000. These people and able opponent It maycome
11'1 F : l Any paternal parent who net marriedi The Jewelry requiredgold rings bracelets work hard to bring "live ae a surpris to you butI

J i off daughter It II .I, te find himself end neclileees-will mean $600.; But theatre" to us. They are the am sure there are millionsof et

I ,1 t .I J in tome finenelel difficulties In the United the major| expenses come In the celebrations. people church you with work live with next, go door to watch American Mr. citizen Kennedy's who' will.

I : j I 'I I Stales Whether the effelr Is Informal or A decent, wedding mutt have at to. They are not Ella!: Ku hoping and praying progress

I I dressy, whether It Involves' reception, lead hundred guest -end they com ass, Audrey Hepburns or Ed. that it will be I great success,
I I 41._ breakfast to offer best wishes ith Head., so why should we, and If In that progress he
'j i wedding" or ehampeqna net for en hour or expect professionalism Besides
I should run for notional office,
,, I 'I 1 whether the treun.au is elaborate or practical two but for three days. Pep "Is eipeefed who of u. is qualified consider it a privilege to vote

I ,1,I t I. the com always edd up. to .pay for ell the food end drink-.nd to J judge? Panning a play may for him. I might add, too,'

t ij I I.;. But pity the male relatives of -a mar.riageabl the usual Moslem prohibition against eleohol Times be very_chic even in expected the New if York the the that many if you Bar would Associations consult. with of .

"I, i "H.' V girl In Tunis!*. Is often. fetf otton. reviewer Is "one of the seven this country, It would be their WENG

I I, ': A father earning only chest! the equivalent Keeping" up with the neighbor" ts 0 sale. men on the aisle." But this consensus that Mr. Ken .M ; w
{ Is not and the
i Broadway reviewer nedy' sdmlnlstretion of the
of SIS month Is to less matter end families must sell
I i i a eipocted some Is no Welter Kerr United State Attorney (]en. WATTS'DAYTIME
put on a wedding celebration that will home or farms to mete the payments.' This review and previous one eral'e Office was able, efficient (1530 ON YOUR DIAL 1,000

i cost him at-least $1,500. The neighbor Small wonder that In. ancient days baby I have heard about only hurt and highly successful.
VLT and drive people away On IS Radio Station, WING fa Engteweed
i FRANCIS SUNDAY NOV a new
) X LUPSILat \.
would be scandalized otherwise, and his daughter were left out ... hillside from it It's hard enough to
? Bayonet Drive, Fl. tales to the elrweve.For .
I :i wife would be 'In content t..,.. A suit- .:.-Green Bay, Win? cast a play. Are you tryingto Venice.To ,

:! :!ill able dress costs et least a month'i selery. PreuGeiette.Workina make if the It press Impossible would? Perhaps support . th. roe's finest In Newt, Music, Sports, Weather

H *fo the efforts of VLT, we The Edltori end Entertainment, tuna your radio t* 1130.

wouldn't have the traditional I would like to correct a
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: Too Hard half-filled house on opening statement made in the Nov. enforfol/toe' mole
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+ j night and the Thursday night 8 Issue of The GONDOLIER To lees, Wormed and /

I The Labor .. The for audience that pits on Us You stated that the 6th Precinct habit
Department .,.compUint. reason the unique situation In hands. of South County voted WCHG a dolly Arfeslflo;

longshoremen. at Galveston, .Taxes, work Galveston, the report notes, ii a pay "Incentive The production may not their last ballot a few minutes

too hard, but that they lite' ''t and don't. system I In loading cotton... Men have been technically perfectbut after midnight more then
the slanderous review of five hour after the polls '. O. los POS
the who able stand Lisa .
want to change. Though longshoremen's t
are pace can earn "Come WtNG -
Blow Your Horn" wee closed: at 7 o'clock. 1 workedat 474-3MI
I union elsewhere 'insists M mete- et much es $10 per hour The gangs uncalled for The first and the polls and we were finIshed T.I.

a work rules end refusal to cut work gang speed It, presumably, dictated by ttt de- final paragraphs were at best with all voter and also Engleweod, Fl..
the reviwer's attempt at clever worker at I O'clock. If
our
situ from 19 to 21 the Gal...- tire make much
"' ranging to at money et possiblein dialogue and good copy. you look up the correct fact
: ton men happily' labor In bangs of only' the (least amount of time It'. goodto The remaining prose was fill 1 you will find that it was not

15. know that then still *.lst some old. ed with nebulous remark and Precinct 6 but another precinct
innuendo such .. . .
"It e"lIIt'. 'in thi belt lnt'''r.tl of fashioned workers. who still think the parse props, human and MRS. HUBERT J. McCO).,

t the WfH: of the men to cerry en "herd' meitmum, pay demands maximum effort. otherwise" ". . and besides, Osprey

4 physical Labor at such 0 pace ell day. Before long, however, they may 'loot they don't" have to know how million
4 to act , Improper Bos- Farming employs 7
,q r '11 mutt lets day after day" notes the Washington round their ewe union. and find that the Ionian" It also had Its hare worker in the United State

1 I agency. They resist "any .ffeifilnI theory these day ,It that minimum" effort of trite cliches -more than the total In 1530 on your RADIO DialI I
most exhausting performanceIn I transportation public utilities "
I ..add more men to slow the- |*,sa ef work merits .maximum" pwSarannah! J history," . steet and automobile. f.

t the feperiment reports |_ Ga., Evening Pry l' wreak ot amateur theatre" manufacturing. ,


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HAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK
: The GONDOLICt V.nlc., Fla. TTlurt., Nov U, J964-S




Too Young To Run For Office? Paul Taylor Files Election Suit ;. '



A civil action seeking to I Failure of the canvassing ham as the Sarasota County that the subsequent tally from :
Boys And Girls have Paul Taylor of Nokomla board to act on the protest Canvassing Board. : ', Jthfl' erroneous machine was I "
Disagree declared winner of the District gave Smith 10 day to file Smith, in his brief;cites: i"greatly prejudicial" to Tay '
i
2 constable race In last suit In Circuit Court. that Taylor received 140 voteson lor. l 4
Tuesday's election was filed Named as defendants In the one Precinct 9 machine The official vote tally, including *
B1 EUGENE GILBERT for office T"Because person from office because this week In Circuit Court at suit are Walter H. Calger, and 117 on another to Calger's absentee ballot, a* I I'

President Gilbert YouthResearch ,". .... his age la exactly the same between felt about what taking the part teen-agers in Sarasota The Taylor's Republican opponentIn 168 and 190, respectively certified by the canvassing I
Co.gemember po. lawsuit filed
B Tuesday
erman. IS, of the constable and while on the Improperly label
race board showed Calger" leading
those Massachuiu barring one because of hit Utical campaign and what by Venice attorney A. Brad I I
City "the
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machine the
Registration Supervisor Virginia ed vote was only
age .
or creed. One should they were actually doing In ford Taylor 3,859 to 5,843. a differ. i .'
people who idea. Smith asks the court for i
young recntiy If a teen for H. Meade, Commission 60 for Taylor to 190 for his
tried to run tor public enough I say let a man because he is, that direction. Seventyoneper an injunction to "cast aside" Chairman L. L. Parker and GOP opponent. : nice in favor of the GOP candidate t

0lce? They never were! able Pat Foley, 14, your of opinion fulfilling the the moat officeellardle" cap. cent should of them take thought teenagers the ballots of 'an alleged erroneous -'County Judge John T Gra The suit further charges I of only 14 vote. I It
some partin voting machine In
their names on the bal- Church, Va, was "
get "
Ibut they did stir up a lot emphatic. She said There ws of a his wide,age.variance only election 28 per cent campaigns.of them said But Englewood's Taylor' name Precinct was 9.Inadvertently i :

[ excitement for a few they were doing anything In omitted from the Teacher Test Dates Are Set w I ILess
asks
,
that Incident as our the present campaign. name slip on one of the Precinct .
,
jslng ,
asked 1238 57'rLY GIRLS! Among the political job 9 machines The error
boys and
UI, we elected by the boys was this I was not discovered until late than a week remains a* to reach the Princeton Of. New Jersey .
Iris, whether should they be thought allowedo interesting one of Stephen In the afternoon of Election for prospective teachers who fire not later than Nov. 13, At the one-day session a .
een-egers LaScala. 15, of the Bronx Day.: plan to take the National Miss Bennett said candidate may take the com II
in electIons
compete themselves even Y.I "I will be sure my N'I After the election and before Teacher Examination at Bulletin\ of Information dotcriblng mon examination,- which include ,
hough they cent can'trote said sN ents vote" Vaughn the returns were officially Sarasota Junior High Schoolon registration procedures tests In professional ,
Forty-nine per The w 17, of Lemoyne, Pa, said canvassed and certified, Dec. 12.: to submit registrations and containing registration education and general education I '
el, 47 per cent no. othn p.e nFos would "try: to influence voters I Attorney Smith filed a protest l for these tests to forma may be ob- and one of the 13 teaching
opinion either
had no f pas out literature and with the Sarasota County Educational Testing Service, tained from Miss Montlne area examination which }
ay. But here Is the big sur- take voter to the poll on Canvassing Boa r d. The Princeton New Jersey Miss Bennett 2418 Hatton St., are designed to evaluate }hi l. ,
Only 12 of II
rlsel per cent election day." board however, failed to act Montlne Bennett Director of Sarasota, or directly from understanding of the subject I 1 f
thought teen
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he boys to agere And for a difference of opinion upon the protest and went Personnel announced today. the National Teacher Exam. I mttter and method applies I'{
hould be while permitted run how's this? Carol Watkins ahead to certify the resultsof Registrations for the examinations inations, Educational Testing able to the area he may be I
office, a whopping
or J l6 of Silver Spring, the election. must be forwarded (0 Service, Box 911, Princeton, assigned to teach. '
.4 per cent of the) girls were Q Q is r 7 Md said: "I will\ pray forGoldwater .. ;,
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n favor ." Bill I Schumann,
The general feeling of the 17, of Indianapolis said: '"I I
'ung males was typified by r t. t will pray Goldwater is not

hi re.chard:comment E. Cohn of of 20-year-old Portland, ; \ elected" ALL NEW 1965 AT ALPHA MUSIC, 1 1


"They are not mature ) '
Police Probe
enough, though they may \
think so, and they don't havethe
experience of adults" Jetty TheftVenice
Allen Baker 17, of North. I

field, 111, thought the young '
Investigating
office holders might take ad. police are
the then of 500 ,
/ nearly $
of their elders. "Aenager JIftI
vantage i I i in cash travelers checks and
in public office,
personal items from the auto.
he laid, "usually would have
mobiles of a visiting Ohio
8n upper hand over people '
couple Wednesday afternoon
older, and more experleno '
at the South Jetty
This should not be."
ed.
Police said the car was ransacked
A 17-year-old youth from
within a 20mlnuteperiod
Honolulu Derrick Uyeda, al-
while it was parked
ao mentioned adults, but in a and Mr. and Mrs.: P. W. Jackson .
different light. Said he: "A
of Ohio
Maryavllle were

and teenager pressured can greatly be Influenced by parentS ported sightseeing the The theft Jacksons of $200 re in THE HANDCRAFTED COLOR TV ,

I relatives, friends, etc.- cash' 1200 in travelers
too much to be trusted to I
checks, a $40 transistor radio
hold public office. and a woman' purse containing .
And why did the girls favor jewelry and Identificationcards.
permitting teen-sgers to run .



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A large turn-out i* expectednext South Venice; Mr. ping Center at I a.m. Round

Thursday Nov. 19, for I Roy Bates from ; Costume prizes were won trip tare and admission to
Uii election of new officersof Miss Gladys Albert Gull, Lynwood Sea the show 1* $5.50 per per.
the North Port Charlotte I Lilly Downs and *, Bill Thompson,, Mary son.: Mr. John Boyle i* chairman
Civic Assn. The association Poole. ., Mary Meyer Inel in charge of entertainment .
hat a membership of 600 -o- and Mildred La Fleur.
eligible voters who will be The Kitchen Those serving on the enter
calling their ballots Candidates Port Charlotte committee were Mr.
Include president, I prize Friday night Mrs. John Boyle, Mr, and \
Claire C. Coons and Frank ent Scout Contest Herman Bergeron, Mr.
Molnar; H. Lee Oldham, Charlotte Mrs. Henry Evans Ray The BURGUNDY a Model l M2711UBuutlful

first vice-president; Ray C.Abrams. The band in turn Ed Throckmorton, Contemporary Model 5228 WUD
: lo coniolt In
second vice-president donated the prize 1 : Cameron, Mr*. William pained Itylid Walnut boy color or
; Mildred Clute, secretary the American I ) Mrs. H. Mast and WA1CH lnd Mahogany color.
: ; Helen V. Rocks, treas- Later In the I MacCaffr .
jrer end seven of the ten fol. played for the I There was a Costume
so
'owln, for directors: Louis which met at the kuL.wnen'a held for both the men FORBIG All new 1965 deluxe 23" console IV
chmelke Robert Orr Carl and
lotte Community the women they were \ COLOR TABLE MOCEL 4r
Meyer, Claude C. Keene, Ken. -0- I by audience applause.
ieth Gibbs, Lynwood Sea. The University fee of 50 cents each war re 21" TV 400
mans, Raymond' T. Lee, Sr., out for their and plenty of refresh-
Mortimer! Reynolds, Stanley meeting last were available. S40
\. Nelson and Lloyd Baldwin. ning at the There were 150 present. 3 .7HTH

-0- ter. -,
Members of the North Port Memberships
Woman's Club gather at the accepted from The Civic Association la ot FM TABLE MODEL RADIO A
a bus trip to C
Community Center for lunch- Venice, Warm I S. wit* Automatic Fnqutncy Control
ron< at 1 pm. today. A fee Springs Trailer Wachee Springs next Ve Modtl. -raTheModurna-Bookraelr"nlrMonry..
Nov. 15, and those I
"f 75c will be asked. ,' .
surrounding; areas. made their Dlitlnrtl' ) tnilylin| Lirp 11'lenilh QuilitySpuktr
reserva
Mrs Florence Glrvin fash- New officers Autwnilk fitqutflcy Control' uurlt dull
on commentator noted for George Woods, ; will meet at the Shop ItM" FM .rwtpllon. Automitic 'Bin goof!" cucull3eolorcli
, {MSEE
iff wit and wisdom will Mrs. Louise .1

over the subject from "Eve first ;
o Yves St. Laurent In Par- Dorothy
>." Mr. Glrvin is a profes- vice-president and SKILLET'

-or ore at Manatee Junior Col- Wood chairman, recording; Mrs. ; 1 jVElVAdmuaced Cornpact d5fpfinp! d 1 ') 4 g

The Club' Annual BazaarIU Evelyn

be this Saturday Nov upon In, ;
''4. from 10 a.m. to 6 pm Foster, treasurer KNOWN. vans RESTAURANTi I ,
't the Community Center. Vemone Traceyr b
chairman. Offer 18" Portable TY't'romeeaeww
There are some excellent Those interested Special lo,ee.jb nu, mUala,1' 'rr' - ". _. . ..
'ooks In the rank ,of the

Greater Pittsburgh\ Club acordln Tracey the club by may phoning CARRYOUT FOR $2.60 I
SCREEN
*; to member who en- North Port \1 BIG ..
rayed the covered dish dinner f
nor to the remilsr. business The next Basket Of Chicken
t, will be a
letting last Thursday' at the P
for the coming Moro '
"ommunlty With many Centr.of tVIr number the club's leading I.a WHOLE 21/, LB. CHICKEN ((10 PIECES) WITH PIcture Arl.thaa I' p pMldau"TY
'*. Co/ Slew' I
1
etumln from '.-cation In scholarship fund 1 'Ik. French Fria HI
he north, atterr'-ipe I I. In- log youth in this /i do. Hot Aotfs
.. 1N
resting with t*'* rnwtln oA ALL ORDERS PACKED IN FOIL LINED BUCKET
nd' new members. M'ng' add- four-day "
d. Eight new m's. ..'s were ference starts Telephone Ahead 488.5075 ft-? .
'"ted this "ontt'r.. and runs through I '
' Baotlst ORDER WILL BE READYI I I
.*n. Edwin: Low.f.ter, Mr the First YOUR EVII. uIltli11er. { I
"d Mrs. Vincent .Camnbell North Port I x : I
'to. and Mr. Chicle* FIlM I The Rev, Once again enjoy/ our hot /* eet with whipped? SMATOOA lIotioi IIZOOOU
nd' Mr. and Mr*. Er'' Laur- ion, pastor potatoes sad r.,ero5// .. s t I Tha SLIM LINE SoI.. -I I IN'WUlhlwellhll9"
n. Thn and Missionaries are i' / Portcbla TV built i I +
n'et* were Mr. FRI -Bated Macaroni and Cheese creamy cor..r.w N as only Zanlth would build III Compact apublnat
fri C. M. Russell Jr. with'ueghtere der the 1 ?
160
' for World hot buHered vegetables, hot buttered roll 70c In Charcoal color and Off
Beth tist ;
Brenda and White color Ztnith quality IP..k.r.wiiic.1ifr.
' , .
">> '* daughter, The Rev. Earl 1 .. (Clam Chowder 25c) '

teen, also attended veteran SAT-Srilled Beef PaHy served with !brown LIGHT :

The nonnlnatlne; committee Phlltoplnes and gravy, hot buttered vegetables, hot buttered roll 79C ., !f.f7
r+ r r.a.la.
'r''''n+.d It* plate of officers Teffrls leaving, (Home-mad Potato Soup .. 25c) 12 a TV M. : i t
u> 111 tuna InIIUnY
me ;
In Brazil. w+ s130
will
or loss and the election term Mai WII" 't'tOe
_Baled Port Chop- whipped trubs
, .. MOM appleasuee
e held at sire next meMln rill speak: to the h M star, I
n Thiirs. Dee. 3. at *>.',,>, *:45 n.m. Sunday potatoes brown' gravy, hot buttered vegetable,
we t"P"1'1 be another Missionary Store hot buffered roll . .. . . .. . . . . . . . aOe :

overed d
-0- fternoon at 3 TUESv-Baled Fresh Meet loef-tometo sauce,
rice,. Ver"'''ne Tracev or .v nln. the ml. whipped potatoes, hot buttered vegetable, I ::1." : :

">,, w""rf, Park was hosteii' s" showing films' ( Sot buffered roll . . . . . . . . . W' f
* .ilftw fffHVfiuerp''' '-'Iraq Anne on OUR DISPLAY AT ,
p n ? (Home-made Chicken Noodle Soup . 25c) TO ALL NEW AREA
.t't" lust Weldev.. ( "l.M f"* "qt;"le. Tie I
::"Mbers c* h.r "MoVV"" ...rt at 7. WED..-Ole Fashioned Chicken 'n Dllllplingl"cr.nberry FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT RESIDENTS Ji 1 1i .

" '. ""It t"'r .""u".. -n- sauce, hot bartered vegetable,

"neeee ."..re ?rrl: """ errs .. -nv North . hot buttered roll . . . . . . . . . . 79 i,I 'America's No. '1 Line The Quality Goes In Before The Name Goes On!,"
..
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t. 'a \
"i.4'' 'f+m*. M". ,M M" costume (Home-made Vegetable Soup , 25c) : l j ,

:,4.v. 1"on.! 'sr. and .it,*"* fore sire',,,,,,(,' : HURSBaked Salisbury $ ,"- If .'
... w..ut'Pshne anA elnn's "" vegetables !
+ar. a"r I j ,
' .., the whipped potatoes, hot buttered J ,
'ar'e. n.. ... ,11)! he'at MUSIC & APPLIANCE I
,
ntads: Mr./an' . . . . .. 80e ALPHA
''see. ........... a_.. ,- enter. F"41'on't' "of buttered roll . . . ,. . o. i '
>in-o.cked evening (Homo-made. Beef Noodle Soup 25c) I

,e'rirlw' Menori.t, 1'.. eee"t > pIt nrewit we It t ZENITH SALES & SERVICE FOR 19 YRS. OPP. THEATER .. l .:
'I4e nnn.r..oryn-4 d1,. "flr+"" '" tM rtvt"ini Of ,
'oerv I" t'. rlrl'fee, to"'n "_n*. wMch ,. W. .GftANT CO.IALT "I
oar w.r./mehel' u 'U,<" n .Inc* f". lt9I OPEN'"TIL 10 PIL488-261' Ii! '
.. p.m. ? ,
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)' 6-The., e.Ot-'I't"'tL'Et!' : ' Von'ee, Fx! rhW's., Nov 12, 1964

Diabetes Week

I


I Set Nov. 16-20


j The Sarasota County Lay that the samples be taken ,
Diabetes Assn, County Health from one to two hours follow. 's iy 4v '
Department and Sarasota lag a meal. Any widemouthjar
County Medical Society will will do, as long as It is
II cooperate In organizing and clean and well washed and
conducting the 1964 Diabetes covered with a lid or foil
Week, Nov 1620, according paper. Members of the lay J
to Dr. Douglas R. Murphy, diabetes association will be
Immediate past president of on hand to assist with the r}
the Sarasota County Medical tests which will be taken on
Society. the spot and the people notified
I Working to alert citizens of the reaction immedi +MF I
n vh to the importance of taking ately. Should any tests showa
h a simple teat for diabetes, positive reaction, persons
and acquaint them with the will be advised to check with 4
: symptoms of the conditionare their doctor, as there la always
:1
t ''f Mr. John C. Brlddon, a possibility of a falsepositive
president of the Sarasota .
County Lay Diabetes Assn Dr. Murphy emphasized ,
and assisted by other members that there Is no charge for ua ,
-
of that organization, Dr. these tests, but Is a public
I I Richard H. Veldhouse, county service rendered by the three
health officer and memo organizations. Diabetes which
rt 'A'eaI bers ofjhts! staff, and a committee ranks seventh in the list of
i of the Sarasota County -, causes of death by disease,
Medical Society, under is a chronic condition which
q1 ,''p+'r'ptllst+. M''hiy' ,,f the chairmanship of Dr develops when the body cannot .

Norman Goldstein. absorbs some of the food .
\" Dr Murphy said the usual one eats, especially! sugars .

NEW RADIO BEACON TRANSMITTER for permits near the base of the beacon light symptoms of diabetes are increase and starches

Venice Airport Is checked out by City Councilman tower Councilman Anderson, himself a fly. hunger, In frequent thirst, urination constant,

I f Ralph E. Anderson, airport director. ing enthusiast, txpects the new radio beaconto loss of weight, intense Itching INDIAN GIVERS-Signatures of practically greeting was designed by Linda Wolfor. mj
The new low frequency radio beacon will b. be in operation within the next four to easy tiring, changes in 2 Break-Ins the entire student body at Venice High Steve Bowers. both Juniors, shown her with
: Installed at soon as the city's work schedul. six w.eks. vision, and slow healing of School were affixed to this gigantic birth. Principal Davis. The shell pictures behind
cuts and bruises. However, day card presented to VHS Principal JohnE. Davis end the two students and new Curtains I
diabetes may be present with- Under ProbeSouth Davis on his anniversary recently "WishumBig for his office were birthday gifts to the

_ 'W L Venice Gardens News out any signs at all. John Happy Birthday" reads the legendon popular principal from the Future Horn",*
The testing stations will be County Sheriffs depu the Indian Headdress. The big birthday makers of America.
at the Sarasota County Health ties are investigating break-
r I Department, 639 East Venice Ins at a Venice area business
By AILEEN GERDTS served at 1. Baked ham and Hazelwood Road and her Ave. In Venice, at the Health establishment and a South War Veteran Total DropsFor
t I, Don't forget that Saturday,' soft drinks will be served for 1 daughter Mrs Twlgg When Department In Sarasota, and Venice home.
the 14th, is the of the the price of your ticket there was a need for
day coopera- at the Lemon Bay Veterans
The sheriff's office said the first time since the 21,999,000 veterans in civilian
I picnic at the Recreation Center Everyone is asked to bring a tion in making a collectionfor Club, Englewood, with the thefts were reported at Fla days of World War II, the life on June 31, 1964, the lat-
I t I Everyone Is welcome.: covered-dish. Don't forget Bill Kelley, these good
Englewood Gray Ladies!
as- Cleaners, coil laundry
mingo a estimated number of war vet- est date for which statistics WATCH
There will be starting your table set-ups. If youhaven't people who are newcomers to
games sisting at the latter. Dr. Veld on the North Trail, and erans in civilian life had are now available.By .
at 9 in the morning-cards bought your tickets the Gardens volunteered. house, county health officer, at the home of Mrs. Peter million of
dropped below the 22 the way comparison, THE
for those who wish at 10- yet I believe Walter Geisser, They did a wonderful job.
said that people may bring Nona in South Venice Mrs FOR
mark, Melvin T Dixon of the there were approximately,
and the luncheon will be still has some left. If shouldbe '
- a urine sample! to these of Nona told deputies $9 in pen Fla. Dept. of Veterans Al- 400,000 veterans in civilian
fun.. Hope to see YOU rites any time between the nies, $3 in change, two cigarette fairs reported. life, and most of them were BIG
there.Mr I' Mr. Mrs. Harold Jensen hours from 94, and
and
Monday lighters a cigarette There were an estimated World War I veterans when
- of 405 Clover Road have through Friday. He suggested case were taken. the attack on Pearl Harbor
Wafer lbl and Mrs. Homer V. returned to the Gardens
fr<> n | brought the United States Into
Guy of 341 Shamrock Blvd. ao
They were away for about World War II.
As Near are back with us again. They four weeks and traveled in Increasing steadily the
have been at their home in as
Arizona-went on a trip up
As servicemen of World War II
your
Hot Springs, Ark. facing
on the Mississippi. They were and later of the Korean Conflict at
ftlephonf4IIMII one of the lovely lakes there. very impressed by the Painted returned to civilian pursuits
But we can look forward to Ce
I Desert and New Orleans the number of veteransin 4
having the Guys with us until --0-
the nation reached an all-
Spring Colonel and Mrs Archie i f 4i
time high of 22,735,000 in
- Wood of 312 Shamrock Blvd. March 1958
May I ask all of the Venice are expected back some time i
-
r- Gardens residents to give this week from their Michigan i nt -- -trent
thanks to Mrs Volney of home. Due to a letter
written to The GONDOLIERsome
weeks ego denloring the a car from ECO NO-CAR

; EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES lack of Gardens News, this 4 , f'F I .
'I I novice was brash enough to
I e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY undertake the job. Thanks so we got I so big

TRADITIONAL murh, Colonel for the sue-
I ijestion and I hope I can doa
Let us style your favorite/ vase good job for you and all 'cause we charge so little
I"I or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. the others who have been so
I very tolerant of my efforts
R. ifing" RlilyingI / Among the "Big 4" In ear rental' ECONO.cAR Is First
I All Come fteporrs; I .ri In Savings! Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler-built cir
from as little as 3,9g...'Including gas and Oll'nur.
work by Experienced Designers ..ndCraftsm.n Mackerel are one of the r yr4d ante, seat belts. Call for Inquiry, pickup or deliveryIECONOCA lt
most plentiful salt water _
game fishes, says the State Jr
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Board of Conservation. Theyare
most readily caught on

204 N. UMIAMI/ TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA I high tides along reefs off
I
shore during winter and
h n + l
spring. r'Mu rte "1 I nr 3 s M_

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i !HI y? GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVENICE


l I : ,: SHOPPING CENTER PH. 488-1074

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I ,::1 " Millions of Fiondiansandiyou'lLagree ;:;:i 'SWINGING INTO BOOKS' was the appropriate wood school patio are, from left, Rachel
theme third Ronnie Carver fifth
of a display constructed by Ward, grade; ,
I : students of Lemon Bay School as a projectfor grade; and Cathy Lupold, third grade. Other

American Education and Children's Book displays depicted a Seminole chickee, Jack alr enaaleSmorset
i: - week Shown with the exhibit in the Engle- and the Beanstalk, and the Trojan hone
:

: 1 i iI O)) ] TOTEM POLEBy r

I j t, PLUMBER! I

I 'I 1 !i. .. there's No Match))/for a !Nameless 4teltI MARK A. STIKES and PAUL FFEUFKER
I OLD BATHROOMS SHOULD' Eighth grader Sandy Brunt The Little Indians came
BE REARRANGED did the "lip synch" on "Hi from behind to tie league
< Time" Saturday to the song, leading Brookslde Junior
I ) : l', ELECTRIC REMODELED, MODERNIZEDAND "Baby I Know." Sandy represented High, 13-13 in a Sarasota
nn Venice Junior Highin County Junior High Confer. Aw t/
; CHANGED the teen show's "lip synch" ence game at Sarasota't Ihrig
i contest. Further details on Field.
I ::1:1 RANGE iIi > "Hi Time" will be in next --0-

il week's Totem Pole The Little Indians traveledto
E1 : C -
Ii Sarasota Thursday, Nov.
j a CANADA DRY BOURSON-REG. t.19
I i Super-fast Super-safe Mrs Helen Albritton returned 5, to meet the Sarasota Junior .
I :I Cleaner Cooler 1 to the Venice Junior High "Dreadnaughts" On SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN
'I 1 C mi cook for ISM than I psnni eI High recently after an ab Nov. 12 the Little Injuns will
j n sence of two weeks, due to the
play McIntosh at Sarasota
I : pane par anal)IJ death of her husband. "I am and on Nov. 19 they will play TIM BEAM 199
.
.
J I J1BiJ back and ready again to the last game of the season
I Set At modern, automatic, teach math to my boys and with Brookside at home. CONSUL-3 FOR ISO
: '1' I debit nngetat yourappluuux girls," stated Mrs Albrittonthe -0-

j I 1 I I I < dealer C first day she was back The second edition of GIN OR VODKA . 2X

I, "Smoke Signals" went on
Ih sale for a nickel Monday IMPORTED SCOTCHHIGHLAND
: y ae rI morning in the corridors. The I
I wish to thank all those who help. school newspaper Is going MIST 199
I very will this year. Mrs. An-
drew i "BEST RUM BAR NOWf *fG. 4X1
I II ed to make my re-election pos the faculty advisor. -
-0-
NI
I, ,. sible, and I pledge to uphold the Possibly for some students, ONRICO RUM .' -. 3.68
New ellteper than cow to window soaping at the Venice -
I Junior High of THROW AWAY BOTTLES POP-TOP
\ i was part
.1\: I I Go ALL-ELECTRIC I.I aIM trust and confidence you have their schedule on Hallowe'en.
, A survey by the Totem Pole OLD MILWAUKEE 8%
j t ...thai b rN It III eamblMAeI placed in m"e. staff showed the most soapIng .
I : : I wltllllam.-type hob I.Ii I I was done to the windows SCHLITZ L16
I of Mrs. Osborn's room. A fire II e a a II
Ii 'The recent $10 million rate alarm was pulled in one of
t reduction (fourth major N E. S. Bill III the hallways but did not | 3 FOR 10.50 -
't, I ''I I price cut in 10 years) makes ( ) RaymondRepublican cause any disturbance. There (|, Charter Oak Fleischmann Sin Phi G & W
(! e 1'1' I Sunshine Service Electricity was no damage reported oth Blue Grass Tom Moor. Stillbrook Kessler
.. I a 6et buy than ever before. N I I a I er than the survey showings Ten High Merito Rum 6uckenheimerImoerl.l .

71:r I I' N t The students- -in physical I. Philadelphia Walker Gin M & M
INIMN ae NNMeNNN education classes have start- Ronrlco Rum.
1 Th.etwv DesdprMAMWaihIOWNOOW, JUSTICE OF PEACE sd playing basketball and '/, STAMPS ON ABOVE
9t J I weight-lifting. The classes are I Ij I Ii
II District 2 under the direction and supervision .
I I of Physical Education i IIM PONDER linilflRS
I (! Director Dick Brown and f.
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Coach "
Ralph Wlnsett. Physl- PARKING'
125 W, VENICE AVE. FREE |
Nl (Paid Political; Ad) cal fitness exercises are also
P/Na d1L0 P40RIOAo
Included in the one hour WE GIVE TV STAMPS
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:- The GONDOLIER, TenTce'Pie" TJiurf., Nov. f964-7


:(jottingsBy: DOROTHY Womea'eEdltoz GATNOB I Six Honored At Wednesday Event ;It; ,: I ;1


w : Past-prealdcnts: of Venice- -
Phone item to 488-8808 Nokomis Woman's Club pour. J
r4 I ed tea for some 100 membersand
-
> /wVw guests at the club's an
1"J Perle Mesta and Gwen seen her yet, but he seems to nual tea in their honor yes.
Cafriti can retire. Three have weathered the summer terday from 2:30: to 4 p.m. at
young Venice matrons (ably beautifully. The Greigs
assisted by their lawyer husbands been wintering here for ; j ji
) are moving right to proximately 10 years. : 'I: "
the top as successful party. -
givers and are competentto Miss Elizabeth Anne i,
take over from the Washington ton, daughter of Rear J.
hostesses any day now. and Mrs Robert C, I
They entertained Saturdaywith has been elected :
,
a costume party, themed the Freshman class at I ,
"Olypmlc Games" and guests A. Burnham School in )',
k ) : a, cavorted competed and gen. ampton Mass. She has I
Sa' i ir erally had a wonderful timeIn been chosen for
their'' costumes represent in the Athletic Assn.
ing every nook and cranny of -
,( the globe. The trio-hosts were Mr and Mrs. : i
? r'" r Mr. end Mrs. Ralph Thomasat Stringer of Bayshore
7, It ay ( whose LaGuna Drive
1 have returned from a 1 Ii I
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rw home the event was held), months vacation in !
Mr. and Mrs A. Bradford New Hampshire. En I It
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ken home they visited i
Brown. Guests are already their former home in SEE AMERICAS"BLACK I ;! !{

dreaming up costume ideas son, N. J., stopped for a MUSEUM" !
COORDINATOR Mrs Robert Mattox, seated, for the next one, they say with her cousin, Miss fBi .d VISIT THE!: NATIONAL POLICE HALL OF FAME II 4 I
M approval on three of the costumes to be modeled -0It Phelps Emack in AND MUSEUM O&l'RS.o\-r1r.: I t
Show and Card you've never seen a min. Md., made their twelfth NORTH PORT \
Fashion
HAV Party Monday. Models, lature Greyhound (as I had to Williamsburg, Va., ADMIT ENTIRE FAMILY7S1 J :f
(to right, are Mesdames W. H. Raudenduth, Lloyd not) you'll be both surprisedand stayed for a time at
Irlty and K. R. Calkins. delighted to meet the Isle, Ga. He reports 5 i COOD CHARLOTTE FOR ONB\!: FULL AND' YEAH SARASOTA FOB BFSIDFNTSOF COUNTILS.Tho ; ,!

new "Love" of the Karl had some excellent trout ii GrMtMt CriiM Prmntlon Otntar .. Hit
Standish home. The young female salmon fishing, plus Nation'" . teacher' ;
Fall is a recent gift to them pheasant shooting "Coot I'!:Tfcto Iibiblt . pulls .liter.
] Event and the doggy beauty gives this, she said, she was on OPEN DAILY & SUNDAYS930.5: P.M.
IAV you the feeling you are seeingthe duty In the kitchen POLICE HALL OF FAME !
world in microcosm. You r
lot, but the results were
For rather expect the starting gun It. "
Monday to go off any moment, on -- : ;
some miniature dog track The son and BEALL'S : ,
- Mr. and Mrs James / ,
erne of the Hospital Aux.Volunteer' present. Two Venetians will appear of Marlin Road, South p
v fall dessert I Officers elected and Installed in "Harvey" which opens tomorrow entertained their I,
on show and card party at this meeting were Mrs.C. at the Players in an unusual way on their tJ!
Sarasota. They are Kenneth VALUES (
"Fashions fore E. Jr second eth wedding
day will be Bryant vice-
Walker who the
I plays cab
and Abroad"e dent; Mrs. Arthur Lockwood, Nov. 12. They live In
driver, and Muriel Royal, who
Creek (former home of Ii
show will be presentedhe assistant treasurer; Miss carries the femenine lead SUITS 'x
and couldn't be
Taylors)
Cotton Fair with Mrs.k i Marie Krleg, recording secretary Good luck to them. called Miss
they
so
acting and Mrs. Norman Magee -
as
Sovereign -
-
I Lotham and asked her to
'nentator. Mrs. Robert secretary Mrs Harlie Back this week in their them and other guests to I
ox Is show coordinator Brandt parliamentarian Installed Pointe White Cap winter ro's Venetian Moon for a
HAV members are servo the new officers and home are Mr and Mrs Art bration. The Taylors,
at models.ey Introduced the nominating Odegard of La Grange, 111 Lotham, Mrs Hulda jf1 : ,,
committee, Mesdames Earl He's a bit happier than she
are Mesdames Ray. and Mr. and Mrs.
Browning, Elgin Morison, we gathered, about coming
d M Boden, Burnam McClain had a / it
Mark Gillen, and Ralph down before it freezes
up
s, W. H. Rodenbush, Rex'e party even though the
'' Sutherland Wil- France. there. She hadn't quite finished and hostess were absent.
Byron Hospital Administrator Ronald all the work she wantedto ,
D. Hamilton Willis D. Taylors have lived here
Hansen was guest speaker do in her lovely gardens, i
the 10
rill. Roger McKenzie, J. past years. They t
and talked on "Problemsof but now she's here, she'sglad married in England and
Larsen,
Wehr, Sigwald
.
Shirley K. R. Calkins Financing Hospitals, in to Battle Creek to live ; ,
d ; t
General, and Venice Hospital -0- after their wedding \ ,
Donald Heath discussed Heralding the Canadian I
In Particular. He
r the event, which Is the the hospital's history and out "snowbirds" was the arrivalof -0- \ 1
fall activity of HAV, lined future problems of fi- the Alex Greigs of 200 Avenue Allen Payne, a Junior 4995
physical education
apaclty crowd of 320 is (Continued on page 10) I des Parques. Haven't Georgia Southern i T
clod It is beng held at ,
Statesboro, Ga., has
c. Gardens Recreation 0,
er and the dessert fash- Does Initiate Tonight; SetPresident's of been the accepted college chapter as a of longs, short '
show will begin at 12:30:
Rho
Tickets are $1.SO and Epsilon Fraternity s., ,I
len is the son of Mr. and 'I
nations may be made by Luncheon DateYOUR Philip D. Payne and :
ng Mrs. Mark Gillen at 1961 VHS graduate. Fabrics

J16ch.bridge table groupffe Initiation of eight candi- Mrs. Artmaar..uiate<|.by ,-Continued en ,.- 45% Wool r
. r
,rested to bring cards, dates in the Benevolent and other officers, will presentthe I
e pads and pencils. Thee Patriotic Order of Does annual President's Lunch. 35% ?
,
will begin at the con- Drove 141, will take place at eon and Card Party Nov. 19 Jerry / Rayon
ion of the show the monthly meeting today at at noon at Elks Hall. ARCH
t. Carl Henleln Is gen. 8 p.m. at Elks Hall. The public is invited and it Out perform e ;
chairman and committee They are: Mesdames B. W. donations will be SI. Table year"f more
I mien are Mesdames Kearkney, Hubert Crane, and door prizes will be ?
lea Chamberlain, Myron Charles Hancock, Lodemi awarded.At I colors, patterns. I
lynn, Christopher Ma- Ellis John O'Doran, B. Wells, the turkey dinner Sat-I ] Stocks
C. C. Bryant, Roger Me- Harold Harper and Sidney urday, which closed the two-I e I io
tie, Norman Magee, J. Needleman. President Mrs. day bazaar Mrs. Fred c.
Allen and L.. W. Barnes John Artman will preside. I Hyehle of Englewood was] .,,
oceeds will go toward the Nomination of officers for awarded the bond-a-month. A th.
base of new equipmentthe 1963 will also be on the hand knitted sweater went to Qulc1cRclU/lro".1 Clubman '
Hospitality Shopch agenda. Mrs. James Leighton and a \ /
Cd/looe/ ,, Burr" :
will move to larger 10-Inch doll and her hand- .'
Men In hospital wardrobe to Mrs ins, Aching Fees!
the new VG 400 knitted Sport
Expects In
? when it Is completed Ralph Anderson. Specializing Arch
John Ferguson is Hoslity At Assn. Picnic Two hundred guests attended. 251 S. Trail, Venice, Ph.(

Shop chairman.ere Coat '
will be no arts and On SaturdayFour "
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mow, or In December, hundred Venice Gar- ; i'i'I '
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Mrs
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'seed at the group's meet- the semi-annual November ; ,
Monday. This was held alMark's Association '\ I ,
picnic of VG Homeowners Fine All Wool Plaids !
( Episcopal ChurchIsh Saturday at the 1
hall with 125 membersMOVED Recreation Center. This fine jacket made by specialists. ,

Walter Geisser la chairmanof \ The most important part, you do not

Tickets the event.for the baked ham \ .It t see . Quality trimmings, detailed I, '

and covered dish dinner are tailoring . all make this coat fit and J It i
cents and are
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Gelsser. Besides baked ham, to bold plaids.
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THE ARCADEto coffee and other beverages. Jackets Start at 21.99
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100T1'I. GONDOLIER, Veniee, Fla n.U". Nov 12, 1964
- Local Marine Takes PartIn




II ---t Operation In Spain ,

Marina Lance Cpl. Gustav Hoover of Nokomls.Ceigley .
i dk M. Schade, son of Mr. and a fire control tech
z4 nician 3C. USN, is serving
s Mrs. Fred M. Schade of C
i + Treasure Road, South Venice, aboard the submarine VSS
Is taking part in Operation Trutta which recently took pra, !
Steel Pike In Spain. part in the celebration of Maltese .
He is a member of the First Independence at Valet- 'e1C
I Battalion, Eighth Marine ta, Malta. The ship is with ttIn
Regiment, Second Marine Division the Mediterranean Sixth Fleet
which U normally which has visited Southern d
European p o r t. between b
based at Camp Lejeune) N.C. '{I II
Schade Is expected to return Spain and Greece since July. Y tl
: ; e during late Novemberand Geigley is the son of Mr. and k
4 ;v. his parents expect him to Mrs John P. Ceigley of 1211 k 1t n
be home for Christmas leave. Cypress Ave.
He has been in the Marinesfor Hill is the son of Mr. and
; three years. Mrs Benjamin H. Hill of Nokomis r JEr
r I basic
and has begun
; v The operation Is the largest training at the Great Lakes
1 amphibious operation con Center.
(111.) Naval Training 0EI
: ducted in the Atlantic since
WWII and 28,000 Marines of
::1'' the Second Division are taking Londoner Shows /
: part in a mock assault on a f
\ beaches In Southern Spain. Hair TechniquesFour M
The landing force is being r

I U.carried S.-Spanish and protected fleet of 94 by ves a attended area a trade cosmetologists show Sunday ROTARY-ANNS were treated to a display of creations ere Mrs. Earle Rawles (Iin a wig);)' pigcub 2
!. I I at Fort Myers Country French-made wigs and wiglets (hairpieces) Mrs Leon Terry (wearing a "fill-out" hair!
j \ sels.Other servicemen in the Club at which John Stark of recently and hardly knew each other when piece) and Mrs. C. S. Palmer, (wearing a I J
news this week are Phillip S. London, England was guest KitM Hill, standing left, finished dressing contrasting "bongo.") Designer Shur-lt it h

I OFFICERS of the recently organized Englewood row) Dorothy Gramling, worthy treasurer; Hoover, John Geigley Jr., artist. their hair. Seated, left to right, wearing the standing on the right. 1
.. OctoberIn Carrie MacFarlane, worthy scribe; Beatrice and Scott K. Hill. He demonstrated new
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Shrine installed In
Unity were
"'I : ceremonies In Sarasota. Among the top officers Shiftier, worthy shepherdess; Helen Powell, 3.C.Hoover, USN, machinist's Is serving aboardthe mate methods, bleaching of permanent and toning waving for- Luncheon Meet I a.e

are, left to right, ere: Thomas Hanluns, worthy chaplain, and Marvel Telfer, worthy anti-submarine support high fashioned hair styling. I JottingsContinued "I
associate watchmen; Oma Hankins, nobles guide. The new lodge will hold meetings on aircraft carrier USS Lake Attending from here were c1II
prophetess; Hilda Ratsau, special deputy: the second and fourth Wednesdays of each Champlain, operating out of Helen Heise, Vernitla Piper, Planned By UDCAt IIa
I Elizabeth Hall, worthy high priestess, and month at 8 pun in the Odd Fellows Hall at Newport, R. I. He Is the son Betty Besore and Gladys ( frpm page 7) members in a recent
I. I .Harold. Hall, watchman of shepherds; (back Englewood. of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Adkins Lee. File the meeting Chapter of of Col.United JohnA. The Joseph Hills report She and four other nraistory.

: they are happily ensconcednow area girls took part in a Pea
of the
I 1 :11 I i I yesterday Daughters In Sarasota Confederacy it was in their new home in week tival In of Sarasota.Sacred Music IBS;
I HAV Fall Event announced that the group will! Venice Gardens, particularly,
: meet Dec. 9 for a luncheon at she says, because it is so
4q T'' I -- I-_ the Plaza. much less care than their OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Hostesses will! be
Mrs. John
hours GULF THEATER
:' evening aides, 1,107 ; Gate. First out-of-town guests
Mrs. F. 0.
oancing.
Early, Darsey
visitors' desk Mrs. Walter they expect to entertain in I n
1 Mrs. Raudenbush reported Kelsey, 3,629 hours; medical and Mrs. Ralph Longly their new quarters are their Today thru SaturdayYut
:I that the Hospitality Shop has library, Mrs. William Birmingham Yesterday's hostess was children from Detroit, who e
turned over $3,000 to HAV 244 hours; patients' Ia llrs. John File Robertson, assisted are planning a Christmas visIt Brynner
from sales in the shop. library, Mrs. Earl Browning, by Mrs. James Silver- here. in"INVITATION dlf'1ff ,
Mrs. Delbert Barcus, new 504 hours; emergency room, tooth, Mrs. Bernice Pond and -0- TO AGUNFIGHTER"
chairman of Hospitality, and Mrs. Gerard Wentink, 2,230 t 1 Mrs T. Barton Lyons. Mrs. Kathryn MacKenzle's name IIn
her co-chairman, Mrs. Harley hours. J T. M. Christie, president, was was omitted from the list of n
:,. Seiss, announced that the following pt In charge. Manatee Junior College Choir Kiddie Matinee
Also, X-Ray, Mrs. Ward ,
were hostesses for the In the
s Taking part program Saturday 2 p.m.
r' day Mesdames Earl Browning Martin, 676"4 hours; recep Mrs. Pond Mrs
: were Early
Obedience Classes/ "JACK THE GIANT
tionists, Mrs. Edwin Swen- Wes w
J Edmund Blake, Ralph and Mrs. Darsey.
i France, Louise Coldiron, Min- son, 189'/i hours; plants, Mrs. The Chapter participated in To Begin Tuesday KILLER"Tropical
nie Bellamy, Urea Jessup Hannah Shannon, 10 hours Veteran's Day services by II
I. Ernest Hale, Ludwig Fass, (Incomplete) ; Hospitality I : taking part In the parade and Sarasota Obedience Train ,
I l I Waldo Emerson, C. D. Cla- Shop Mrs. John Ferguson, i'b Massing of Colors, by placing ing Club will begin its second Drive-In C
.;;, baugh, E. J. Ellenbogen, 6.325 hours; knitting, Mrs. t14. 'y td's' a i wreath at the Veteran's fall series of 10 week's lesions
Edith Egglefield, Luther Godfrey Weiss. 3.220H hours; w. 4 P ,t Monument In honor of Confed. Tuesday at 7:30: pm. at Today thru Saturday
Gunn, William Geiger, Henry arts and crafts, Mrs. Ed- t E crate veterans and by presentation the National Guard Armory. Horror Show"DINOSAURUS"
Hickok, George Grassle, mund Blake 943 hours; Blood of corsages to Gold Graduation of the current
1.- George Hermansen, Georgia Bank, Mrs. Elgin Morison, Star Mothers and bouton- class was held Tuesday. The
Hedman and Albert Wieland. 6694 hours; services for. nleres to Spanish-American public was invited and refreshments end"THE
Mrs. Selss was In charge of which there are too few workers War veterans. were served after BLOB"
table decorations to warrant a chairman, the awarding of diplomas.
President Mrs. Burnam Mrs. Christopher Magee, reporting end

I t l Jones reported that over 31,- ; Medical records, DAR Will Hear The highest registered "THE FLY"
I 'I'I 1 f. 000 hours of volunteer service 95'i hours; laboratory filing, yacht club in the world Is at
t f had already been reported by 215 hours; central supply, Grand Lake, Colo. X>00OOOOOOOOOOCX>000<
.' the chairmen of the variousservices 300 hours; telephone, 175 Talk On SchoolsMrs. .
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with some reports hours; typing 19 hours; phy- -
IIIi siotherapy, 124 hours; surgery .
still to be turned in.If Margaret LIpscomb
Chairmen giving reports 75 hours; dietary assist- Li&I[ will talk on "Daughters of
were: Mrs. William! Hamilton, ants, 120 hours. M the American Revolution Ap
I membership 200 hours; Mrs. proved Schools" at the Myak- /f

Anna Nedzel sewing, 25714 The Great Slave Lake Rail PRIZES for best costumes were awarded at Butch Dalton "most original," and Fred ka Chapter, DAR meeting JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC
If hours; Mrs. Rex Sowle, Sunshine way will soon link Roma in the Halloween Costume Dance of the Junior Brown end Brenda Owen, "funniest." The the Wednesday at 1:30: pm at ,
Fund, 18 hours Mrs Bridge Studio on East
; northern Alberta, Canada to
Cotillion with Gina Brown and William Ham Cotillion is sponsored by the Junior Sectionof
Venice
Avenue.
I L. A Jacobs, switchboard, 8,- Great Slave Lake in the Mackenzie
509hours; Mrs. Charles District of the North man, seated winning in the "prettiest and Venice-Nokomis Woman Club with Mr. She is Past-Vice-Presldent Jnuranc./ 1929
Chamberlain, morning aides, west Territories. handtomest" category. Other winners, stand. Robert M. Jones at chairman. General of National Society of
I Ing, left to right, were Shorten Britton and DAR from South Carolina. : AVE.

Members are requested to Select end, Consult Inds-

i WOOLWORTH'S Bridge ScoresBridge I children bring Christmas to be sent gifts to Kate for PHONE pendent Insurance Agent an as you

: H reminded Duncan Smith to save School clothing and and are 488-6791 would your Doctor or Lawyer.

'tudio 26 Harrison and H. household items for a rummage
Oct. 2-Mrs. Carter L. Bartholomew, S3tt.
I 1:00: p.m. Gen. L. H. Miller, 117V4. 3-Mr. and Mrs Van B. sale to be held soon __ .1
I NORTH.sOtTTHIMr. 3-Harry Reimer and J. K. Carter, 52'i.\
I 1tj C. E. Bryant and Hill, 114a.! 4-Mrs. Fred Bridges and
.0 Mrs. Harry Lawrence, 4-Mrs. James G. Kalec and Mrs. J. J. Smith, 51U.!!
j aS s 8445.2Mess' Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 109. Venice Contract Brdlgg Club .'
I P Carter Harrison and EAST-WEST Oct. 31 7:30: p.m. (
::1 I Gen. L. H. Miller, 82. 1-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and NORTH-SOUTH
!L 3-Mrs. J. L. Cornwell and Mrs. Harry Lawrence, 1-Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gould .
5I Myron Schoenfeld, 75'/a.' 132%. 96 K.
EAST-WEST 2-Mrs. R. N. Gould and 2-Mrs. Carter Harrison and
: GlQ I-Mrs. D. A. Hathaway and Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 119U. Gen. L. H. Miller, 89H. ,
I e.e' Mrs. C. C. Gardner, 67. 3-Mrs. C. C. Gardner and 3-Mrs. James G. Kalec and rA "
\) 2-Mr.. H. J. Ridlon and Mrs. D. A. Hathaway, 112 Col. Vincent Dixon, 8S'>!!.
\ Alonzo Paige, 66. 4-Mrs. Clare Carlson and EAST-WEST
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tin 3-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and Leo Eaton, 106. 1-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and N.
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G Van B. Carter, 61. Bridge Studio, Oct. 30, K. Patton 103 M.
'I I 50100 0. Bridge Studio, Oct. 26, 1:00 p.m. 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris and r f,
7:30: p.m. 1-Mrs. K. W. Erickson and Myron Schoenfeld, 99.
I-Mrs. James G. Kalec and Mrs. Louis J. Unertle, 98. 3-Mrs. Clare Carlson and
i: -0 o Mrs. J. J. Nealon 45 H. 2-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Mrs. Hugh Stewart, 99. CIIl1SJJIt1SClJJJ:
: ': 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris. and
Mrs. Louis J. Unertle,
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.i 3-4-Mr. and Mr. T. M. COMPARE CIRCUITRY!
I Shaver, 38. 1VOffl
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: 3-4-Mrs. Clare Carlson and

: /Ii'I / Col Vincent Dixon, 38. .._ RCA Space Age Silled Circuitry
Bridge Studio, Oct. 27, ,4, his tttfl proved reliable! In 'millions -
1
II 7:30: p.m. of RCA Victor TV sets t Too-
; I I I I I 1--R. V. Handley and N. K. I.I f6, thirds of chassis circuitry U
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Patton, 81 H. bonded on itched copper boards
I I II 2 Miss Lucy Journeay and 'Q\\ -- that ere exact duplicates of original )
I I Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 79. inciter designs developed In HAVE MORE MERRY MONEY NEXT YEAR
I ee.
RCA laboratories. eliminate
3Mrs. J. H. Morris and They
I 400R f Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 77. nor thin 200 hand-wlred, htno
I \ i chesJferA 4-5-Mrs. Clare Carlson and soldered connections.
I ,: I Al Journeay Jr., 73' a. RCA VICTOR (It's a merry feeling to have money for holiday shopping! A

i 1 5-A. Q. Campbell and Mw WstaeCOLON small each week builds Club
..1.1tj ; Hugh Stewart, 734. payment up to one big Christmas

: I IJj Woman's Club, Oct. 29, TV check. By starting your Christmas Club now, you'll be set for

I ; NORTH-SOUTH 1:00: p.m. I WITH CHANNEL buying without borrowing or piling up bills.

I 1 1Col.. Vincent Dixon and Dr. TUNING 11
', : l lI oI R. F. Wilcox 126Vi. All-channel VHF ((2 to

.: 13)) and UHF ((14 to 83))
I I tuning Powerful New
feet Tax On Smokes
: ; Vista Tuners 25,000-
I'ft G Continues High volt (factory adjusted) FREE GIFT Merry Christmas Carols,
Color Chassis Automatic
I exclusive LP record
I an with four
'I i I I Cigarette smoking in the Color Purifier -Ar great
'\ q City of Venice continues at a Glare-proof RCA High Fidelity artists performing your Christmas fa
: C high level with City Clerk Color Tub in.e naee 11M..a vorites .
free
simply for
yours ,
a'411
: r Harry W. Hager receiving 10,awl. G open.
"
ing a Christmas Club with uslVENICENOKOMS!
t' $10,735 as the city's September $525 to was N.wl
11'1' I'I'I Ie share of the eightcentsper :
pack tax. l 5 ME Rosa rasrti list rarmm
1 The report of Richard B. "

I ;, ""t tj;' Keating Nov.Beverage 4, director shows Department that of the,on dated State the ACTION TV Inc. 6 BANK itJf*

I, basis of population Venice re @ 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE .. .,
calved a greater per capita 1863 SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. 488-4574' VENICE b.
I Ij share than the City of Sarasota FLORIDA .

($43,212)), Bradenton NO BETTER SERVICE/ ANYWHERE
; : ($15,881)), Palmetto ($7,646)), NO BETTER fRlCCS ANYWHERE "Sarotoh Cot-nf/i 0/oW/ tank 1 I

e ,j .''l l YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT !f:[ l North Punta Port Gorda Charlotte$5,859)($213)and), WHY GO ELSEWHERE

Longboat Key ($678)).

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ntract Club Makes TV 60NDOUER. Venice, ".. Than., No'. 12, f9&4-\ J
Gifts
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f Arlie Gray Exhibit SetA BEALL'S I

comprehensive exhibit of for a limited number of students
the work of Arlie Gray, will begin Monday with a.eVoull
pounces Soecial Events w h o i e painting feature Miss Rhodes as Instructor.
horses and landscapes, will want a
I Board of Governors of open tomorrow in conjunction ,
Clubprofitorganiseion with the three-day grand opening I '
A ,
vot- of his Art Gallery and RainbowsInitiate Pref4lfew Dress
lidar to contribute $50 School at 120 W. Venice Ave.
I eland School for ReI Aportrait painting demon. Five
Children and an equal titration by Sarasota artist
It I to South County Unit. Mary Rhoades will open the for ihe Holidays +
V al l- exhibit and a number of her NewMembers
also scheduled special painting will be shown. ,
N
I for the fall and< winter Hours Friday through Sun. Five new members of Venice PI ,
I beginning with the day will be from 1.30: to 8 Assembly 57, Order of the From shopping downtown to giving . or go. {
Leaver Memorial Tro. Rainbow for Girls, were initiated \
npetltlon on Dec 18. p.m.Gray Is author of several into the organization ing to . on informal party, holiday tima is i '

..jig champions are books on how to draw and Wednesday at Masonic Temple s! ' a sociable season, when you'll want to look !
James Kalec and WU- paint and was a commercial .
rioI'. illustrator for many years. They are Misses Bess Voor- your smartest, your prettiest. Count on our .
Clare Carbon will He received his art training hees, Sharon Haucke, Donna
for
dresses fashion
[the hostess committee In Los Angeles and Houston, Haucke Faye Roth and Sarah ,, just-right everywhere '
L season and announced Tex. A resident of Sarasota, Stare.
Refreshments will bee a he came to this area a :year During; the ,business meeting Choose now from the finest collection
| of the weekly Fridayg ago. 'I the girls voted to sell

l duplicate.games, beg I Classes and demonstrations, famous brands of perfumes ever. . {
t tomorrow.r as their money-making project Rl
'
scheduled events are: for Grand Assembly and
j 21 and 29, Open Pairs VFW Auxiliary To Have are currently taking orders '

pionship, two sessions. Card Party Saturday for Christmas delivery -8.99 16.99 PricesDon't #if!
ding champions are They also completed plans .
Ij. J. Nealon and Miss for a baked ham dinner Saturday
1 Morison. Tamlaml Memorial Post from 5 to 7 p.m. at "I wjait until they are picked over and your ;1
j 19 and 26 Mixed Pairs 8118 Foreign Auxiliary Wan of will Veterans sponsor of a Masonic Temple as their ser size, color, pattern, style is gone.
Ipionship, two sessions. public card vice project. Proceeds will go ,I
party Saturdayat ;
Jdlng champions are Ad- to Sunland Training School in
8 at Venice Civic
1 and Mrs. Robert Hus- pm. Fort Myers. Tickets may be
CONTRACT BRIDGE CLUB donated to local charities this Center. obtained from members and Your Holiday Suit Ready For Your S
week, Including a $50 donation Mrs. Caspar Quam Is chair. .
tch 19, Individual Cham- to Loveland School For Re cost is $1 25 for adults and 75
l.ip one session. Defend. tarded Children. President Robert Handley is shown giving man. Tickets are 50 cents and cents for children. Review.
tampion Is Col. Ira Ne1section the check to Mrs Gen L Green, a speech therapist at may be purchased at the On Sunday they win attend ; .1
the school.. door. Calvary Reformed Church ina Double knit of Orion or Cotton Fine Wool
All kinds of cards will be group in honor of their worthy I !
played and refreshments will advisor Miss Linda-Rose Fabrics. t \i
Inior Cotillion Awards Miss Morton Is be served. Stevenson. i f!'

New EYC Prexy 10.99-32.99
I t
Izes At Halloween Fete Episcopal Young Churchmen ' :
of St. Mark's Episcopal I "

Church Sunday elected Miss 11
or Cotillion members now being completed for the I Sharon Morton to head the Snh
rated Hallowe'en with a annual Christmas dances for group for the year. Sweaters For Now Or Xmas
e costume party and both groups Junior Assem Other officers elected at the t.
at Venice-Nokomis bly' Christmas dance will group's S p.m supper meeting -
dn'i Club. be held Dec. 11, and the were: Miss Betty Courtney w :
tume winners were: Christmas dance for Cotillionwill vice-president; Miss Bulkies Smoothies !
in Britton and Butchn be Dec. 12. Both dances Sandy Badger, secretary;
most original; Brenda will be semi-formal and both Donald Woodrutn treasurer, --4k ,
a and Fred Brown, fun- will' be held at the Woman's and Allen Rogers, sergeant- i iI Prints Novelties 7
and Gina Brown andm Club building at-arms. / ,IY e '
: Hammon, prettiest Junior Assembly Is made The EYC meet each Sun 'd
oak handsome. up of boys and girls In the day for evening prayer, supper
:orations throughout then fifth and sixth grades, and and a program, followedby 1 39915.99 ; t'ra :
| carried out the Hal- Cotillion is for boys and girlsIn a social hour. Seventh *
en motif. One entire wall the seventh, eighth and grade students and older are
covered with paper skel- ninth grades Membership in welcome. St. David's EYC of
of varying size, and a both groups Is by invitation Englewood will meet with the You owe it to yourself to look at ";
.
i surrounded by black The Junior Section is sponsorof Venice youths thin fall .
decorated the opposite both the Assembly and Cotillion Advisers are Mrs. Sidney j f the tremendous variety of styles :; 1
Balloons and Schroder, Ward and
Wright
paper I
men in the traditional 'the Rev. Donls Dean Fatter r Y j i\ and weaves. Nowhere wUI you find ;
we'en colors, hung from son, pastor.
cuing --- --- -- -- 2 , such selection or value. Plenty
refreshment House PlantsTo A MAYPOLE decorated the "May" luncheon table at the i ir.r
table
'
was '
red with a Hallowe'en Methodist Choir Annual Ladies Auxiliary Luncheon of South Venice Civic + r large sizes too!

and was centered with Be Garden Aon. Wednesday. Other tablet were decorated with suit. 4d
Feted Pastor
itch's head" made from By able "month" themes Mrs. Waldo Stegenga, right, was
verturned black wooden Members of the adult choirof general) chairman of the event which featured selectionsby ;
topped with a witch'sed Club Subject Venlce-Nokomis Methodist Venice High School Chorus during the program. President ;i-
hat. Yellow overturn- Church were entertained by Mrs. Bill Sloan, second from right presided. Shown Robes Are Prettier Too. . 1
owls topped with peaked the pastor and his wife the .
Mrs Robert Vleta will talk with them at the maypole table are" Past Presidents Mrs.
formed witch's heads atr ,
Rev. and Mrs John LouisJones
and TheirCare" Arthur Stoll left, and Mrs. Harry Hubbard.
on "Potted Plants
end of the
table. Four
on Nov. 4 at their Bay-

d orange the table candles decorations com- gram of at Venice the horticulture Garden Club pro- view Assisting Parkway Mrs home.Jones were NPC States Meet ATTENTION! For Giving or Living. jj

aperones for the evening Nov; 19The ladies of the Methodist Former residents of New
Mr. and Mrs. William program will be held in Women's Society. Guests York and New Jersey now living
man and Mr. and Mrs the community room of Sarasota brought favorite recordingsand in North Port Charlotteand Will the gentlemen who Beautiful Quilts St.
J. Peterson. Hostesses Federal Savings and the evening's entertain. Warm Mineral Springsare was In Woolworth's Mondayand 1
the Junior Section Ven- !Loan Assn .Mrs. Donald Stevenson ment consisted of group sing- invited to a get-together wanted EMERSON'S
komis Woman's Club, : president will be in jig and listening to music. Wednesday at 7:30: pm. at ESSAYS contact The GONDOLIER

son" of Cotillion were charge Thirty members and their North Port Charlotte Civic 5.99-13.99
, Lynn Younger and Mrs Guests are welcome There husbands and wives attended Center The book h wait.
rt M. Jones. Decorations will be a question and answer Mrs Ann McGuire and Albert ing for him. .
by Mrs. F. L. Strammer period on proper watering, Goll will be in charge. "i
More Workers NeededAt I
Mrs. Joseph Farley Junction fertilizing and propagation of Again we urge you to choose early from full

members house plants.Mayleben Negro KindergartenWomen stock, the biggest selection of finest styles i ,
ra. Robert M. Jones, Jun. .
Interested in assisting YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
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chairman for Con 3 ever In our history. r .
at Venice Negro Kinder
and for Junior Assemj Heads Dinner
garten from 9 to 11 a,.m. on .
j announced that plans are Auto Insurance '
Sunday At S,. Raphael'sGeorge Mondays through Wednesdaysare .
requested to get in touch 1. LOW RATES CLAIRE TIFFANY.ROBES ,:;
Mayleben is general with Mrs Frederick Oram or 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS lf l
chairman of the roast beef St. Mark's Episcopal Church 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY i l''
dinner which Men of St. office. Finest Jersey Best Makes. 'y i
Raphael's Holy Name Societywill The program and workers
WATCH serve Sunday at St, are under the sponsorship of Wide choice colors. .they ore packable, require I jnt{ '!

Raphael's! Catholic Church Episcopal .Churchwomen, of & no Ironing . always ready for use. I. ;
hall in Englewood. which Mr Orem is presi 4e
THE
FOR dent. SizeslOto18..38to44. 3 '
Hour will be from noon to
3 Adult donations will At the ECW meeting Tuesday
BIG be p.m.$1.SO and for children under at the church parish hall 116 W. Venice Avenue : 11 l

12, thAssisting will be Elmer The will Rev.he show Episcopal Donls slide Dean Triennial and Patterson discuss Telephone: 488-2289 9.99 10.99 ( j:LIt

Taetz, Mashke, Jim
Roger
Convention held last monthIn ,
McNeil and Russell Valller. St. Louis, Mo. 'II''",

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DeMolay Has Car Wash L

aV C. Robert E. Lee Chapter of SEE Choose for gifts or

S, DeMolay will have a carwash t proudly wearing
Saturday from 9 am I ./
to S pm at Coin Car Wash. where there are more
Cost will be $l.IiO.
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$IMBOE FOR SERVICE'See MobePrk 'Te '4 Jean Imports Kelly 'f t j i


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BEFORE YOU DECIDE! 1.00 to 5.00"i; "
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LUXURIOUS COUNTRY CLUB LIVING FOR LESS THAN $1.00 A DAY. ;
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IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY NOT IN THE DISTANT FUTURE. I i' ,t;

Everything' here now Recreation for your pl.Hall.sur.-Shuffleboard. Swimming Pool-Picnic Area- 1: .Ii

Rentals/ Restricted to Adult Only, No Pets !
DIRECTIONS: Go East on Venice Ave. Turn Left at East Gale to Colonial Manor.
TELEPHONE 488-6111

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us for Insured Savings Accounts 'beautiful . beguiling* #t

or for Gold Seal Home Financing F ,ic' "fsP

BLOUSES :

SARASOTAavlngs I'

We sell U. S. Postage Stamps. 4 and 5 cent '
( [ ) [ [ ? ad[
'
denominations at office on mezzanine l floor. !'
savings and loan association
VENICE I

''OWII. tdutN GAil war arc WfNiCt SHOPPING CENTER
a .. .wer rr wrwA
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OPEN 9 TO 9

EACH WEEK DAY

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Ue GONDOLIER. Venice. FI.. Tlt r'l.' Nov. 1 I2, 1964 _._ _. ___ __ __ ..0.I .
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POPULAR BRANDS OF c..w',a.,,',w I""t Stroiee4 SUWANNEE M GREEN I.Unit OM Yew Oeke
j : I ,t i; With$5 er Mere Onto

:' Cigarettes" Bohy Food Beans Coffee



"I,, '\ I:I,(I I,,;, $2"59 Ct& $211"63 Ede 1 I.Jar..'" 8e ", 2 Caita 23cr save 20c C El5's gcAS/R/ 49c

I : ; _ r _ _ tJ _ _ _

J! ;: \ The Smart Place To Go. . For Good Things To Eat !

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: (t.I.. I.rl +were _
1 : it' SAVI Ilk DEEP SOUTH
I : f: f r Prfc. Effective November 12 TINa" 14 A 32 n.Jw

;a; VENICE STORE, f Mayonnaise. .u.rao.. 29

I 1'1; J ::- ONLY Sugar SAVE U CAMPBELL'S

: ;:. t't.-,: !t : .__Quantity Rights eNea Reserved nrceI "''''.bdM Tomato Soup .IOfcex.CnUnit Fear 9 C

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I ;-VE 31c LIBBY lAVE 9. All PURPOSIAstor

., ", i I;, Sweet SAVI1Oc- ILORES Peas 6 SS, l $1 1 Oil49':: :

+II fa Salmon I Na1L1 39 I
{ umitTwe
tiP'
SAVE toe-WHITE OR PINK ARROW
Il jt SAVE Bi-SUNSWEET MEDIUM
i ,,: !! : Prunes. . umitTwe 1 25c 1 Detergent LIQUID 8 LT sia ln 25'cj
j : SAVE 4 -DEEP SOUTH HAMBURGER 1 1
." ,1 Sliced Dills" . 22z.sine 25c
4 i : SAVE 5.. AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK A
i :i'I I SAVE 17 THRIFTY MAID SAVE 28c AR'O PINEAPPLE SAVE DRAGON LONG
i i'' <- UIIIt Six rear chic CRAM)
E r I 'Ii; Pork & Beans 3 No.,300 25c
; I i,1 f SAVE!DIXIE DARUNOBarBQ Pears ilk Rice
"'I' Bread Pkp.e12 23c C
.' ,; I' SAVE)DIXIE DARLING Pa fo eL N..2Y4 $ ThrlftyMa.dNt.nal 9 4Juice 2...I'll,.
Coconut Twirls I 2 Pkg.. 49c :I CMI 1 / LMtTwe 1ge
,', SAVEIDIIXE DARLING BROWN I SERVETwin Pet 2 N..I tab 25'SAVE
( ',. Rolls . ''P Pkll.27c
: CRACKIN' GOOD SOUP I CHIU THRIFTY MAID W-D BRAND u.s. CHOICE FRESH PORK LOIN
f h r IRQZEK MODJS!
{t MORTON MINCE OR PUMPKIN Crackers Fig Bars Sleale Boast

C!, Pies . 3v$100'
1- r.leut Welter
I" TASTE'O SEA FROZEN FISH CAKE I L 15 c 2. 1 ge Roved' 89 e Rib Half 45 eI'

I r. '1 Dinners. Lea 39{ lb. I lb.

: FRESH FROZEN FRENCH FRIED
t t J&I Potatoes 3 Bpa; $1 1 THRIFTY MAID' W-D BRAND LEAN FRESH PIKEBREEZE FLORIDA Grade "A" ARMOUR STAR SLICED

,, ..": !i1 i'! M'XENZI'WY".tCUJCORNO'ED', Ice Milk Grd. Beel Ige. Eggs I I Bacon

I t t;; Vegetables I.. 49

:'' J f!, Bread49'FROZEN RITE HOME BAKED f Hof 38 0.3.. Pak 5l3., Detra 49 Ib. 49



I :i Shrimp Pieces 12.0L69c: i 1
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1 MEAT
Clip Valuable Coupons W"OBrandLean..h !"__ __"'I' ...-.11
1 Grd.Iwf: $139! W-0 BRAND U.S.CHOICE E-Z CARVE
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;,' Q I'I'I' I Longhorn Cheese .. 65c __ _ Roast
I I :{: SUPERBRAND SLICED NATURAL I I
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I : i. ;( Swiss Cheese 6ILI'II. 37c TOP-M VALUE STAMPS" Boneless 8ge+ tel 79 cBiscuits
I j I ::1'' ; PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNED ''t FreechFrfes3$100 Ut. I
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TOP VALUE STAMPS FRESH SUPERBRAND CENTER CUT

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j ,I ;", 11 Any Pkg. Unit of-Your Choice of Half silo
I it\ : ,'1 j CITATION TABLEWARE CaIotI 48c Breakfast Ham Lb'
SMALL PORK

j. : I r;, Ex-rr 10 e. 49 Fresh Spareribs . ">. 49

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Mrrke.Unk W TMT CMwGutlon Smoked SnusugeI . u6'
: ; I, TablewareCWFM SWEET CRISP ALL PURPOSE
TALMADGE FARMS WHOLE OR HALF
BANANAS
1 NY WINK Yard BlXIt TIM OH N..1411 ITWKCHKfreewu Apples 1 5.. ... 49t Country Style Hams u. 89 c

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I Tile GONDOLIER Venice, Fl.. ThurL. Nov 12, '196-4___

1 Misc. For Sale Legal Legal Legal j ;I t 1

B Pianos.Steinway .. .lallll or dumand not ao ,'Iid. .hall boold. J
Th. fM b* added Mth. .
flllnf mar
I aC Knabe Everett ainjr. amount ba obtain of elalm**' from, and claim the Count form' of Venice,Florida. Fla." Klrby. ender Balm th* f=.u-: = .rn..THC>/'OUHTY JUNa'e COURT UNT?

George Slack Winter Cable Judtai oftlo*. flrn l to oompoeed of l.0ot0.dn1 per. FLORIDA.fc.tat .
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ton.i whoa and Pro of realHaroTd
Nelson Fayette S. Cable OTTO 0. STROTHMANN ... at ALBERT Y. BLATX.Di ,
,. d. m eo fella0.qOrland
Kueutor of the "' ofAIMrt
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Hallett A Davie u V. Bra DwaMd. MmO.., P. 0. led liedl i : OM d ProhaU rib No. TtMTha

Musette Player Attorney, Braw.ll A ameqe Vlnrr. P. O. Box 1114. BUt l I.of.:-c.*ta of dl sad Kwonalubmtad de.To. .
!:SIr-IED ADS Jaokwn ( Bradford, .
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Houses For Sale Rental Situations Wanted Pianola Players Attorney" for BftMiitor. Y55Owmu.h' 71. -to
Organ*--' 'wbuYt t No*. It K n. D.. I, IM4To I. II IY,1M IYh"" Lim. .bu are narefcy notified Mini I write&ln.tniinnt .
CASH RATES BARGAIN $> Allen Lowrey norland toll"nTneUan, N car. tank- purportlnf to b. tile.
,850 .
LARGE FULLY LOCAL NOTICE' *>tn< nt of Mil desert.aha. f n
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, ma*. FURNISHED EXPERIENCED in general COMPLETE SELECTION OF THill !'rATE 01" FLOIUOA Harold Flory. H per cent.H the been. admitted to probet* II .f'
Trailer Rent December office secretarial and Tr.noh.rd E. Nowbold and Km.Traiehard to mir '=''h"o'f.IF.: t* ",". .
work .
MinimumONE .
construction REBUILT RECONDITIONED and torSnraeou
12.Word onry 80x100 ft to E. Nnbold l Cbrl.tl.n CUrk *r th Y. am II-, srmandd wthbd .
lot. June. Phone 488-1887. bookkeeping. Available 12 to County. Florida, to ngtitorth. ....... .. .
Partially furnished, To( AND FULLY GUARAN. nam. unknown and all partial .lainMra. Florida l> ...th. .ro tb.* deb of
close 13 hours per week. Write B. ra IRwMU b,. h, ,.r 55.nln.t ..Id neo ..Joni *al. vn- th* dm publication of thla notle !. : '
estate TEED PIANOS AND thi" Iona,
Chapter I
the pmtolon
INSERTION, BEDROOM nicely furnished T.Oh.rd. 14aMid I .d dor appoar III Mid 1 OMirt *'how MUM,
$9.600. 1 Bedroom, I bath, duplex Yearly or sea R., Box 746, Venice. ORGANS Trench.rd K, Newbold In and Uth L... ., Florida.....A.....this*f 'Oth IMUOAKLAND dor 'atOet If any ro. *M hs... nctlon *f ,
land In Saraaot CoanUFiona. Wltns aD' Mid toon In Mid' will b
following .I..Mr.;
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8c Per Word completely furnished. 2 acres tonally. Utilities furnished WILL DO HOUSEWORK, typing FROM $12$. U-wIM Lot II Block "O1Homeeroft ., 1x6 JrUmANHAIOLD ,- pnhnt; should . rrokae I
with 3$ fruit trees. Phone 488-8127. all phases bookkeeping.Phone 'Florida' Largest Music Co: Subdlvlelon. n wkdlvtolon FLORY.Fuhllahl JOHN T. OHAHAH ,
In Sectkin II, Townchln I 51 South, It
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AND THURSDAY Lot 120x100 ft. Full price 4884581.EXPERIENCED. CANNON MUSIC CO. Ran*. II E..U YOU ABB HEREBY Nat ,I. 1'. N. IMI Coral ioitt.oraeott Cores. PtaN.Publlh *. 11 '
[ SUNDAY IBM. Close to new waterway I ROOM FURNISHED Apartment 1301 lit St.. NOTIFIED that n Complaint ha. beeaflkd ....
P4 II, 11. M, DM. t. 200ASIT
i In the rirault Court I In and (orth. COUll'?. i
High and OOUNTY JUDGE"
IN Two
dry $63 yearly, $100 Pea LAUNDROMAT Opp Florida Theatre County of Sameola, But el SARASOTA roUNTY.
70c Each 300x300 ft. commercial( So. sonal. Convenient to Venice, work, electrical and Open Tours. It Fri. till e p.m. ,Florida I. Chancery, being Cbanoiry. IN AND FLORIDA FOrt IN PROBATE.I : I
e Trail frontage. beach and chopping. Call 4742889. washer repair 80 years old Phone 8581019 Caia No.*'t al,moil Fl.lntlff.enlltM*a. TrenchardE. ftaloH.Ulcthy KEl \10. Dt .. .. .

$e Each Additional 1 Wardelude FRAN EVANS, Realtor man, permanent Phone 474- Newbold I eta wherein\ Salon.Ulcthy EDnA o L MIIDERBRANDNa. M.M, t '
John J. Rcber and wife. dICR
and 0
Phone SALE TO CREDITORS
I 488-1553 2484. PLANTS FOR . '
2190 South STORE ROOM or Office Grafted Gardenia .. ,. 1.25 Kate Raber, Pl.lneft..nd rm, TO ALL CREDITORS AND" OTHEK
t In Trail Venice df.nd.nr..rkl.: ta R'lDI1tU' PERSONS! HAVING CLAIMS )t
type to.
LdaT Ayut. AS-0u building W. Venice Ave. SECRETARY, Receptionist Everbearing Lemon . 1.25 th". ahov land. YOU AGAINST nil ABOV ESTATE I'
I thai for* 1 BEDROOM: BATH Water Call 488-9111 or 4881347.S dictaphone operator, general Calamondln . .. ... .. 180 BY tha Complaint ORDERED of t*Plaintiff.CIA your In ancwar th* el-to Yon ar* .her elaJ-a* ....,,,.doBd. and .wnlohn nlr4to JUST ONE CONTROL \

f KJTfor mk 11.--.1. front.', Also :2 bedroom, I 1 office, experienced, knowledge Strawberry guava .,., .50 floe of the Clerk...of..the Circuit Court) .. fit mar nay.h.r anhict or .... aald eauMa With This All-NewPeacdl ,
A wirrte bath watenrlew, Ph. 435-1810 BEDROOM House,' on the all office machines dependable In and for I. Coua /. Florida,. I. tha. offW .. doe County Judge *f
.
.... lor Coral Vine .. .. .... . .25 on or before th. 10th day of Now Florida In tha aonrbIIOUM
...'... III l twll-* __ ." water Nicely furnished, good reference 488- Shore Juniper .. ... .. .75 bee, !:!4 and cars EARL of laid. Sums it O..b.Saracota. FlorM. *. within *l.
MOVE RIGHT IN. Just $1 . 2.00
Palm ,
Pygmy
DISPLAY I up Ill Palmer' Bank Building Lr.ouFarld. X thto nolle
down the tint publication
and take over payments term. NPC. Phone 488-3881 befor. aald 10th day eINsmba
CLASSIFIED Cocoa Plumoi .... 2.50 up on or Each .lalB or demand art Mn/
on 2 bedroom, 1M BOOKKEEPING at home or Dwarf Carlaia .. . . . .75 1M4. land .nd orra.I..1I writing. ta duplicate and mint .tat
One Edition pr Inch .$3.01 baths, Florida room, cement 2 APARTMENTS, furnished, office 23 _WITNESS: my .. !the plea* of residence and poet afflea
your years ex- Norfolk Island Pine . 2.00 I thlawath dm 10,01". 181. .dd.... *4 the .1.1"..", and mat ha
Both Edition, per inch .$3.50< block construction home In On Done Bay By year or perlence. Write Box 2, Laurel MELROY'S NURSERY!' worn to by th.. claimant, hi. agent or
I Venice Gardens. Phone 488 season. Boat dock and fish- CIo.k or CI"I" Court hit '''''''''or. ..r It will brat mid
Laurel, Florida Sri Jam Clunupq .eaerdup t. 'I....
ADS I 1952 after fl log For DO'1r C1.rRARLT HILDFR.BRAND
p.m. .ppolnm.nc.U EVA Wilt
Female Help Turn east at Laurel Road, 1 EARLY, Altya. of )
Eetat
Kiontrlg: of th li
i $1.30 Per Inch VERY NICE 2 BEDROOM I 488-4898. WantedSTENOGRAPHER and turn right at Srd road. Publl.At Oct. 77. 75 Nor .. II. im Kdgar_ Rlldc""n".I., .
Aorni*. JI. lephordlng i
home, 812 Narveli St. Excellent I SPACIOUS S ROOM APT. IN ',Hm CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWEIFTH !: Florida Power Light Building,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
condition, central' i Large living room with fireplace or dictaphone Autos For Sale FLORIDA IN AND FOR SABASOTA Venice Attorney, Florid for .th* rs4Pnb0.h !

CANCELLATION or ducted heat. Owner says Sell, I .- unfurnished $60 per typist.: Part tune. COUNTY IN FLORIDA.CHANCFRT Nor. II l', t" D... *, 1tl4.NOTI01 J. W. MOOREPLUMBING"C0.
1964 RAMBLER AMERICAN
ADJUSTMENT small down payment to quail mo. yearly; lease. Close to Private home. 488-4152. NORVELL C.: BRYANT i
fled buyer Call Owner 2-door sedan Under 3000 n. Cal No. 11.114 .
488 .
shopping centers 720 Golf Ia hs.W ... Ned MsnndmrvM
NNr'
. for eancellaiton . 5558 for miles Priced to tell, $mo 00, HONEY BEALY *t n H nk thuletlllav .
Requetti inspection Broken Dr., Venice Call 1244819 collect NOTICE OP SUIT ItsOs M rusk ;
or tdiuttment became el error protected. after I p.m. Male Holp Wanted with warranty. Phone Owner, 11 SIDNEY 8EALY a MAGDALEHrREJ'l6L1 / a.t BMrCo .. whh the I Harbor lights On The Trail

mutt be mad for Thursday Venice 4883238VOLKSWAGON, >*,aadl Ml Rail CIAAI 0' tO.Bode Court b and fOf RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS "
.
1"
.
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.mon Real EstateBUY 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, fur YOUNG MAN interested inlearning Convertible EDWARD Ave.. St ROBKNKRANZ.Paul! Minn.t 1(1Tayopa AsuoO IERVICB Fln.ld.CENTER, INC. PHONE 488.4450 '
nlshed, Laurel. Florida plumbing trade Or, Fatlfi Paltoadoi, ALIth. Oro 2.. Nan ,. II 10. 19f. 1
Monday. For Sunday GONDOLIER new top new paint, pet feet .
room. $70 monthly No pets or $1.80 an hour to start. Good c.U '
L-A-N-D FROMN..o.WLA.N.D condition $699.00. Also 1937 .
,BEFORE 5 pm 01Thurtday. children. 488-3919. JF.ANETTB' YOUNO doe Rill Top
opportunity with progressivefirm. Ford, power steering and Dr. Cbul Vlita. Calif. and FOR RENT
I .
their MD MI.Iowa.All
Gulf Shamrock PlumbIng
SALE Due to death In i ON- THE BEACH at Casey brake, $17900 Ph. 4888388. of the abov. whoa known laitaddroa

Phone 488-3125 family lovely modern 2 Key, 1 and 2 bedroom Inc, Phone 488 2485. 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne, d........,to the u unknown arced. If h..Ilea'...* drvl..N.vnintci and If. Offices located .t 262 Venice) By.W.y I' a

B.R. 2 Bath Home, in Gulf apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 crantAra or other parlloBolilmlnt three will be for :
Help WantedFULL 2-door sedan Must tacrlflee. by. throuih. enders ... ., Medical office for over years
View section of Venice. Re- and $1,200. Call Don Heath Practically new tire. .ueh d defendant If allv*. and If dead, :
488-2181 488-8688. helra, hnratoea, or rent of Jan. lat 1965.
Houses For Sale verse cycle alr-conditloning or their unknown at
Radio. Motor recently over .. .
OR PART-TIME dance grantOMi, and all havlnf or.lalmltif
and
heating. Fire place, hauled. New muffler, new to haw any right till orlntrat
porch, garage. Landscaped, Business Personals teacher needed. Training eat cover Call for appointment In till PVoporty hcralB _rIIro For partkulan' Wow 4B1-3941
CITY OF VENICEOn available. Apply 1233 Gulf eel. to wltl
many large) trees Special 488.3864.CHEVROLET. Lot 1, Block of Peeks
beautiful Nokomis Avt. 30 day sale price 17500. stream Ave., Sarasota.TV 104-in a in o.vi IA PARK REUSCH
E.
RUBBER STAMPS mad to .. DR. FRANK
0 SECTION OF VENICE per Plat
2 Bedroom 1 Bath home order. Overnight service Sport Coupe, Su.Paa tit Public .....oIt .,
with Florida room, living IN ARTIST ACRES Englewood Office TOP-NOTCH TECHNIC 1964. 8500 miles. Phone 488- Baruota, County, Florida I It Gulf Manor Drive '
personal, pocket or You and each of ar* herebyaererally
you
IAN. B.tterh.n average
room with fireplace, dining 100x200 ft lot. Large stock. 488.1432.TYPEWRITERS. 6731. notified that NORVELL C. Gulf ManorVeniceEXPERIENCED "
room, kitchen. City water shads trees. ONLY $1,295. annual salary to qualify. Several BRYANT filed hie worn aomplalat I.t I.the I.
pavedetreet. salary raises will earn t Clnult Court of EarnMU Cot.tr. ,
sidewalk Trucks
tower, TERMS. and Adding Used Florid..e.lmt you and oaeh ot you
Beautifully landscapti a $7,800 per year, No layoffs .. defendant weklni ta quiet till

A real buy .\ $12,900.NOKOMIS RENT OR SELL 3 Bedroom Machines) Chemically(mechanically(cleaned operated Also needed a second tech USED TRUCKS to.0.u the,plaintiff prop.Ptp ta IoeaIAcl the ...10.* deerrlb-.- MECHANICS

000 home in Nokomis nician on annual basis. Alpha Cans'. Florl'a. Chamber Commerce
like Just $1280 Member
new. plus Music & Appliance, 19 years rhwERNATIONAL.b You arc hereby required to file your
close to schools, church
part if required. All makes I 191 .rl ton anew or other dofenae* bold I
Home for Or large and stores. Docking privi- opp. Theater. el INTERNATIONAL II complaint with tha Clerk of th.
growing < Venice Stationers 211 W,,
I1MI'II
In Saraaota 1
Circuit Court
family. 4 bedroom, 2tt ledges. Partly furnished. Venice Ave. 4880113.Drsssmakmg : COUPLE for yard and general : r3iJ1nJs$ :; l'chu.ll :.llOtlM U *>rv* a tru. copy F1.PMs.q.1F B&W Auto Repair
$7,450.00 $83 monthly. RY A. YAROER. attorney for plain
baths, living room, dining . maintenance work for .//C T..udnyIOe,1 ". MlIt tiff. ..d...... Box 101. Venice. Florida e MODERN EQUIPMENTS
room kitchen. Many extra alteration, motel. INTERNATIONAL' II' VuA on or before the Sod. day of Dec.ember. .
In thl*horn. Priced 11250. CORNER LOT in Gulf View draper! ete. Reasonable. private home. Not a li _$line 1.14. or to ifrr aueh complaint EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE
'
Salary and modern house (I FORD Lee.oller'V., to b* onfawd ...In.' you and
. section of Venice. Sewer. 4S8-11M and 'DODGE 1 ton ...I. ..| Ml Doer. Pro CcnfatM ontored ther*. e ALIGNMENT & WHEEL
water-paved street S blocks with Stove, refrigerator WEST COASTTRUCK on and for ... notion to proceed aDONL .
CITRUS HIGHLANDS to Gulf, Bay and Civic Center BOOKKEEPING Income garage supplied. Ideal for re. part, ...In.' you. BALANCE Fe
AND ORDERED Ella the A
Tastefully furnished, 2 bedroom $38.00 F.F. Tax State-Federal Wage tired couple. Give age, length SALES cis of October, )DU. ENGINE TUNE UP & :.. / '
1 bath C.B. home. 0000 of residence in Florida and W. A WYNNE,
Reports, Personal Typing, sans N. WuhlnirtM' Bird OVERHAUL.
Clerk of th CI..1t Coort
Well landscaped on paveditreet. Write M. K. Box
references
PRIVATE HOME In Van home Champion 1&1-1197 GulmnDeputy .
your typist > art J.n.
Pried to sell for only 748, Venice. DON ALL C HR TRUCKS Clerk. e AUTO ELECTRIC. SERVICE
ice 2 blocks to Beach Casino. 30 years experience.! NominalFNS !: HARRY A. YAROr.R. ,
11500. Beautifully tastily Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 ,FARM MARES AND Box aol, Venire, Florida.P C TRANSMISSION SERVICE. 1
. ALL Of AUTOS .. '. .44.
Household Goods iblhh 0. fR Noe a. It. l 1 ,
decorated 3 bedrooms 2 Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla roM"I Rc' worm.. 4' 'NINII' 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.3502
FRANK C.. RAEBURN. baths. Large living room, Phone 484-5254. NOTICE OF INTENTION

Realtor dining area, G.E. Electric: DIVAN Lawson, old gold Money To Loan TO Th REGISTER undereiined' FICTITIOUS. do hereby NAME certify ALL WORK GUARANTEED -;--

2S1 W. Venice Ave. Kitchen dishwasher, built boucle. :2 cushions fine that thee ar* conducting a VaiiramCleaner
Phone: 488-1600 or 488-2849_ in mixer, large lanai with SHEPARD condition. Low price for quick BUSINESS OR PROPERTY'! bmnw..0 III Miami. Weet.

tropical plant and barbe disposal. 488-4182 Losna. Unlimited fund!
TAX PROBLEMS ave you cue. Complete, linens good LUMBER CO. available. Personal appointment SEE THE CHEVY-VAN MANFOR

money. Several lots are china and silverware will 1003 N. Washington Blvd. LIMED OAK Morris of California arranged. S. M., Box
offered at a big discount rent for 3 winter months. dinette set. S upholstered 746. l
told and closed before December Sarasota chairs and glass top
Price $2,500. Ref exchang 211
CUBIC FEET OF LOAD SPACE .
31t. They are located ed. ell table. $50. Phone 4885114. InstructionAGNES .

in Bayahor Acres Venice . . ELLIOTT PAUL
Gardens and other good loca IN VENICE 2500 ft, TELEVISION RCA portable, S. LILES REAL ESTATE -
eq. for
19-inch. See operate.. $25.
tions. See us for these savings. warehouse space. $1211. mo. SCHOOL for Brokeror rqr
. . ROOF TRUSSES Phone 486.2883.MOTOROLA Salesman. Next Clans Nov. .
\ '
. BUSINESS LOT on E. Venice Alum. Windows A Doors. TV Blond Mahogany 12th, 7 p.m., 41 So. Pineapple, 1.

MAKE AN OFFER. Nice en- Ave. Future traffic po Contract Roofing S Painting swivel base 23-in. Sarasota 955-8787. .I '

barged Mobile Home on nice Phone 488.2132 Venice Excellent condition 1960 modeL .
Only PetsMINIATURE
landscaped lot. Owner very $85 cash. Phone 488-4315.
tick, living in North. Must .

len now. See us for this one. SALE On account of 100 Mobile Homes Misc. For Sale Fin registered POODLE pedigree puppies - =:. ..
0000 cent disability a profitable ; J
per !
*. 6 weeks old. 488-4109,
WATERFRONT at man and wife business '
HOMES !
bargain prices. If you want Including: stock and equip MOBILE HOME OWNERS SIMMONS, traditional sofa, 4742567. }t''
ment. Desirable that buyerbe bed; overstuffed chair;
nice waterfront homes at CAN SAVE INSURANCE

realistic prices. See. our se Small mechanically investment. inclined $ $ $ WITH NEW MOBILE coffee Italian table marble; Early top side American table; LegalIN IN A SOLID ECONOMY PACKAGE! :-
lection.
HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE IN THII! COUNTY JUDora COURT .
'.
Cornice mahogany dining
. . o o POLICY ; IN AND FOR IARASOTA COUNTY Ib of III! deliver a BIO load with ease and economy. 1<,
PAUL NOWLAND, suit, consisting of breakfront. IN PBOBATB. Load In any carpal 2,250 *. Chevy-Van
BIG SACRIFICE in Venice Broker Exclusive with Edge-Van drop-leaf table 8 chairs and IN ALBERT RE. rSTAT V. BLATZ or OUTSIZED DOUBLE CARGO DOORS open wide for easy loading. FLAT fLOOR FRONT TO f ,
I bedrooms, 2 baths screened Oradala Agency buffet. Misc. Items. Sacrifice CMMM LOADING HEIGHT I I. back-
porch, oversized double Phone 488-1231 Example Call 488-8879. ) TO CREDITOR REAR let you work the load at your convenience. LOW, LOW a

1'rage-workshop. All rooms I $ 4.000 Broad Form Peril TO ALL HAVING CREDITOR CLAIMS AND OR PERSONS DEMANDS aver on big load . a tlme-iaver on any load. SOLID UNITIZED BODY-FRAME means

very large. Lot 100x15.. Was Lots For Sole I on Coach (No deductible 11 CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE AGAINST RAID ESTATE smaller maneuverable package. WEATHER-PROTECTED UN. ;
In more
load a ,
(24,900 on windor in You mn h Mby notified and r more apace I
500 plus now Till for Policy.sale only Owner$17- LOT No. 151 Glen Oak Rd., I hall) perfect Supreme condition.Refrigerator May be whlftb Wired you to III nifty. .nr Sera.lahn l...In w, th.dmnind EMUto DER80DY give extra rettstanee to corrosion, longer life. SIZE UP A SAVER. . today i

must sell Liberal financing. Venice Gardens, 2100. i 1,200 On Contents (In- seen at 162 Vista Rd., Munlci. I.u I t of of ALBERT Sftrwota V.C BLATZ nut Flnrldii, Dread In, See the Chevy-Van Man today ot . .
This won't last so phone right Contact: L. Smith, 20 Broad elude Theft at no pal Trailer Park, or call 488- the 55,1..1 l N,,. JOHN T. GRAHAM,
now. it. Sullivan Ind. additional cost) Sftruota Count Juitu I.l UM CountrCourt '
$ I 5352. N..a tianuota Florida
BYRON MARKLE, Realtor > 400 Additional Living "Ithla .!>. ..,d.. month, tram the DUNCAN CHEVROLET : :
8IDENlf LOT
Ph. 488-4700 scales VENICI R SUBINCSS IITIS I Expense USED TYPEWRITER wanted 4.u Netle.E .of the Ink BubllcatloB ol thto

OWN" F*, LOU KfOM. 4 "-"lt._ 10,000 Personal Liability :Must be in good con .. .Ia... ..r d.n.d. mutt bwthnm In

RANCH HOME, beautifully 250 Medical Payments dition. C. M., care The GON- tho .'-and or .'In.1..'u,11oaI.o.... ..01 I .hall Pat afiraddrs.e mob We Give fctf; Stamps On All Parts And Service I \
landscaped S blocks to Par Rentals PLUS other: extension of DOLIER Box 748 Venice. of th. Claimant atoll b.
Golf Course. Large living I coverage too numerous to ...... to br the Claimant hU ....,. Ph. 488-3067

end dining apace, kitchen, 2 ON CASEY KEY. 2 Bedrooms mention FUEL OIL TANKSSTANDS.Fuel or, hit a II attonwri 1* Mint. hall IW..and aeoompanlxlf ..* turn US 41 & Englewood Rd. I

Bedrooms, :2 baths large utility I 2 baths, living room I "7.00 per year in City or oil deliveries. S&H -- ----

room, screened porch, with fireplace. Completely I adjoining park Slightly Green Stamps. Standard LARGER 1 11Di
electric heat air conditioning, Service. Across from DISTINCTIVE -
furnished. Screened porch higher outside of fire pro Heating
double carport, tool room. '' facing gulf. Private dock. By tection. fire station. 4884052.CHRISTMAS !

Tel. 4J84262. 'I' 188-8532.week month. or ....on. Call I EDGE-VAN AGENCY ORS0ALE TREES or for ReaEstate I ornerDi I .

WE:
NEED MORE GOOD I planting. Wholesale or retaiL I
I 111 W. Venice Ave
LISTINGS IN THE CITY ROOM with private bath.I Telephone 488-2U9 Wlngrove, Box 1045,

or VENICE, BAYSHORE, Couple or single. Venice Gar- Venice By-Way.
GOLDEN BEACH, GULF i 488-3853. r
lens. Phone I i
SHORES. GIVE US A TRY. WHY PAY RENT? '

BYRON MARKLE, Realtor FOR RENT I WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. INTERESTED ?

488.4706ATTRACTIVE 2 6r 3 or 4 BEDROOM HOME: RAMBLER DODGEMS 2-Bedroom, 2-Bth, enclosed Florida room. Grg

2 BEDROOM Completely furnished adjoining 2-BR R S. Tamlaml" ) Trail 488-3965-488-61 H. N. WI i m m e r s Realtor' Terrazzo floor. Fish In your own yard. It(

Hi baths, panelled Florid rTcr.c2\ which nl- be SPECIALIST IN $15,200' { '

room. Ideally located in Van used a. 3rd and 4th bedroom ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I (j' I

ire Gardens. Phone 468-9337, or be ranted out. AU for $138 e Seals Repair a Lubricate Chassis Agent for Western Union Telegraph less Thor 93JMO Dow 1

VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bedrooms mo. yerlyFurnished S-room apt. In C rWrrt End Allqnmenl S 011 Change' Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I I. CONN :: V' :: J, !f i
a Adjust Headlight Beam -
Overhaul ,
2 Baths, sewing C Front bid = "; i
$500. CLOSED SUNDAYS
toon, dining room living Venice.Several Season nice
Loom large kitchen, double seasonal rental S Engine Overhaul 'Any Automatic or Standard HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TANUMI nun. mm on.ulIlI an MOOMILPLA' I 4 4a

size utility room with tub and PHONE 488-M42' C Radio R.paltt. Transmiulon RepairAircondltloninq FHONISl ... 4U-MU. - .. UH" x4 j J 1,

Cupboards, screened porch "
with drop awnings? air conditioner CHEERFUL 3 ROOM Apartments R.palrt and l"tel1atlon "a - ;

and many ether extras near every, conventnee. I '
$13,900 for quick sale.4344745t . Armada Apt*., 408 Armada GULF SHORES CITY Of VENICE+ i !

: possession Call S. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION IF hew. $ .ooo w* can j !
yen
I _
3 2 Bath
CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE AND BEACH. ooms -

FURNISHED MODERN, 1 BEDROOM fur 1 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Garage, Carport, Heat and AirConput you In' "LIKE NEW" 2-Cad Gu.g."City;: Water I
In' quiet
WATERFRONT I nished home. 3 B.R. 2 Til. Bath *
with Diihwather and -
ditioned Fire Place Electric Kitchen nd Sewer
Home S bedrooms, 2 baths. neighborhood. Seasonally of Member Chamber ot Commerce ,* t

irlaida room, living room, yearly. phone 488-4717. DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE DlipoMl. Screen Porch. Nice Undtcaping] and Fruit Pool Mom on 2-acrei. Will $11500

Built-in stove and garbage Tree A Good Buy At ihow anytime. Lot 'In Golden leach. onBiynard
bedroom Air Conditioning
DUPLEX 2 Heating and
"IaP laL Phone 428-10lV 330gyto 4, ROOM $14,900FRANK

Rd. NP.C. *, creend-in porch. & Air' Conditioning Installations' Road
Heating
Seasonal Roberts Bay Dri+t, II GULF REALTY $J,000MABTIN
C. RAEBURN ; p
DUPLEX HOME with pool, fokomls. Phone 488-1333. Gas Ranges Water, Heaters

>wtchen.air conditioner, formica FURNISHED I ROOMS ,and! I .;.- Fr.) Estimates.-' REALTOR 1+'",. 1. 7oe/e/ Kej. folef UALTOB.JI ft. c

Jo floors 2 Plus baths Texaco;' tiled Servlcf terra bath., MenendM Apartments No Job Too Big *f Too Small\ 251 W. Venice Av. Phon 488-1600-488.2649 Phon 4884738 In w v:. ;:% ; 1 "

..tl\lon on U. S. 41i'% miles 817. Mewndei St Ph. l 263"- tfr Trail.., ,Venice Ph. 488-2271 .. "" ''r : ,

South at Venk:.. Call 484-6804. 48$40(3., 4. ,rfTt ,ih



14Th. GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. .hu..... Nov. 12, 1964
VJHS



Indians Break 5-Year Hex; BOWLING r Ti VHS At Away Home;



The U'l Indians of

Whip Palmetto Tigers, 32-0 their High quest School for will the SaralOta contln"Venice""

County Junior High
a" Venice High' Indians' ing toss to Harper; the third side of the ledger it was 234 ",. Conference football Schoot chiT
broke a five-year Palmetto took 12 plays and covered 65 passing and 130 rushing fora Cyro's Lanes Monday. Aftirann Ldl. Cora plonshlptod.yat4pm.CS
Devlin, H.UI'1 U ed Can, 111 Ann
5 ,jinx with vengeance here Friday .' yards; and the fifth was a net 364 yards Bill PUIIlM Fwd MI..* MuBiirdiD N.e_.. Lucille.'' Yarn., 4M| Belli. they 'Journey to Sarasota
i night when they whipped 79-yard sustained drive that Fullback John Henne led *, W. T. snag rolM bliharja letl.I'. U olandlnn>ed any 5M- |Knilewood UiellU'i. Yarn Wa.*kHOUM meet McIntosh at the to

r : the Tiger 32-0, in a White used 10 playa the ground attack with 46 Ndra for D._UM Tarmlnal tadlai Witt Tranaport 461 and Mo.JVrmlnal SO-lll E.tll'1: Head' Car. 17-1 r tosh Athletic Field. Mrs lo
Sands Conference tilt that On the final march, Indian yards in nine carries for a I I. IMI .. blab for 1.41- ..1..1.. N.e.hiou'. Reauurant. ..d I.., Bu. Venice High will be

upped the home eleven's record Coach Jim Powell used his 5.1 average. Peden, Charlie F..k loci 15.Dol'.flo.m... .ltIa AILS lut and Nu..I.1 618, W.H.r.Gant ... tomorrow night against at horn.
f for the season to 5-2 and reserves and they wasted no Hodges and Harper were the nll5 .1. H' t..u .,. end with 41 pin. 'betur than averatiBwrUet .JimSander. dine Mooney of Sarasota Callo
W.ler Ondlllenlni -
1 1I 3.2 in the conference. time In adding to the point prime targets in the aerial 'hlrh team. .Tranaport..i... Bowl.r.N, of S th..320 Wwkl for .. Gull Ooaat Development' Corp.er i a non-conference game In
I The Indalns tallied four total. Don Christopher delighted attack with 68, 66 and 62 )rank UaProflo end Ml. Burdln Illt Fin D. Cougars showed Th.!
Th. Bun Flint ...... Bill v.. =t r tl ;:r BulM plenty 01
1! time on passes of 25, 25, 13 the home fans by yards, respectively. How*, Fk ld. Pin. Mobil. Horn. roll / for Btandlirirrt J scoring punch last week wh

I and 30 yards and sandwiched picking up 24 yards the first Linebacker Joe Henrlquez, ed Cle.ne.tot >nd. 1471 t Tom &,....h. Kur *a". ...National. ,' 11-111 Bank.Gulf I4-tl 43oa Kaoior>t 1*. sF they trounced Santa p. 2
!201 and aCi..na
f a two-yarder on a running time he carried the ball. He along with tackle Greg Jones, Dow.ll Enirlrwooil' D.I, Houa*. Ma ass*: velopment Corp, 11.." (.... l>*vlln.. Lakeland 44-19. while the 1110
I play between the third and added six more yards on his continued to lead the Venice hid Knulnrood' I. B.It H... rolM 1001 for ,2071, (171 Courtney Myen Wlllla, ,1051 toll l Roy Bob Harrta Pear.on t diana were downing confer
effort
team and Anchor 011 ,
I fourth touchdowns: next attempt to net 30 yardson defense eoltetod mil for kink team vrl..a.SUndlnnt toll.,...Tom. Ga, till Frank Croak ence foe Palmetto by a 32.0
'1' Quarterback Ray Joelson two carries for 19-yard Next Indian opponent Is Anchor. 011 17-18. Enilo- .II"'T..... A.mse. Dak. 1I.k. Ii count.
wood B.It Hoim
I r : I' hit left end Nick Harper on average. Cardinal Mooney in a non Mobil Homoi 17-U 17-15 Florid. Finn.n. I..u.t.. .1..1., 0..1. (;yo" 0..10D. Cardinal Mooney has ( red

i .1' the first two and right halfback After Venice had driven conference game here tomorrow m a 16.15.ml] tight.Carp..t-.ttE.t, Til.I I Sm.tlp'... 80MS2I.. BeefeaUim Shamrock, 2001 BtandlnnLlguora Bar. 0041-| break-a-way threat In Tim

: I I Paul Pedcn with the down to the Tiger IS, a clip- nleht at 8 p.m. I'4' a." btwn flrat, pine and only iMtSlac P..d. . 16 4 St Bmltty'lBeefeaWra. .. H.llen, who ta completing'
Hardware
third aerial. Reserve quarter- ping penalty put the ball backon THE STATISTICS ... Bowlar. o( th. Wwkl Karl 5115-11 . Larry tt-10|.Taylor, 10,1| BobPeanon i his fourth year of varslly!
1''h
\ : back Tom Thompson teamed the 30. This set the stage Palmetto Venice lUwlM Finraf H.... rioM 1011 CI.. ::, 1101 Stanilllnora competition for the Cougar.
for toss to Rln- 1st Downs 7 14 l.h.n Mol Kcbbrr. lnnir.no. Aimrr.roll ._ 201 VJHS defeated
t I up with end Ken Ringo on a Thompson's Mcintosh( ,
30-yard pass for the final go who gathered it is as he Yds. Rushing 42 130 put kir team hlih for total Jlewood Nun.Realtor..'. ,IWl 6111 Km l En.kwooJNuraery MayMwn.La.bury 13-8, the first time they lilt*

h, score of the game. crossed the Palmetto goal. Yds. Passing 29 234 DIM:.with rollrd Hull 741 for Wood hl.h* teen Cockull..Infla. WO I ArUitla Beauty Saloa, this season and the LT1 inn.,

Joelson sneaked over from The Tigers, with star quarterback Total Yards 71 364 l Standinni Wood. CookUII 11.S...d Rl.ndlnn DI.lnek In..n- Enek..d,...., ud Nun,7 U14.- ans need to cop today's tilt; ta
I : the two-yard line in the third i Roger Schultz out of Pass Attempts 15 25 Lounn ll-i ..d ll-S Tara", Md No. 1 Rohbrr 1110.. BooUr Inaurant of* 50' I Flnt Fdml. IvI.fed.A Inn stay in contention for th.

i period to culminate a 34-yard the lineup with a broken leg Pass Comp. 5 14 th* W..rkt K.v Harttnan.Mgodr . Laaburr.... .Jorwood Re.l15..ed. General/ tl-li Telphone. .*-|
drive that took six 'threatened only once and that Pass Had Int. 2 0 liunranr Mliad rase. Had. JO-U. title.An
plays. p"".,,, ......, Bun.ut M..1 led tho :
I Venice had taken over on the was halted by McDonnell's Fumbles Lost 0 0 I.dl_ f. hl.h .15,1. w,th leSI, Mwe Roienf Fran Y-Endw.d Mathern' : Weal C..H.y- especially active part of
I. Tom the Indian 27. Punts 4/32 1/31 S.... lAnd-o.su. .24 totol e.tn.I I laa I Landry. Enilewoodidry. r the Pacific earthquake belt
after
: Palmetto 34 center interception on C.rntt Brlnk Trll 0.1. Llundrr, 1154011' **
-h:,' McDonnell intercepted a Tiger A 15-yard roughness penalty Penalties 55 115 .wai hleh for th. m. with lie .,Ind Haw.. .lea .of J14JI7I Enilewood, tied, tOi-t.1l.Rlrk Hubert Cap*, begins in central Alaska

pass on his own 27 and ran against Venice gave the Tig- Scoring: Volunurr Joe. Kranta.Fir Departnwtt South Vnlr led An th. H.... 19881 Enilewood; Laundry.Bay 1015.KKUB68 Via-. FLAG PRESENTATION-Venice High School Principal JohnE. passes through the Kenai

it back 39 yards. ers a first down on the 21, V-Harper, 5-yard pass m. wllh, ":""IIn'I.i"cal 'P.11 R.y.. Vl.ua.uunn. C15.JU.dv :. I. Restaurant(or 19n., Standlnnl 11-141 Enilewood Davit accepts on behalf of the school an American flag and Peninsula down the near Alaskan Anchorage.
Drives but Mike Alderman was from Joelson Laundry. I1-H Enilewood Auto Ser Penin-
Long Peden
I run
_
; !
hlah 100 of 1761. Btsd"v.1
I The Initial Indian marchI thrown for a six-yard loss good. Routh Venl.. A_ V.luntwrFir. rlc l *. SO'-1; H(. Rowland Laaoweal Elmerdicker from Clarence H. Kirchway commander of No-Val Post 159, sula and the Aleutian Island

for and it took to the interception.Venice's Department- tt-lll. Trail Coin Mi) John, >14i NL..hll..1 Duane Keaeer 1041] Huih American Legion. durina ceremonies! preceding last Friday chain to Asia
I : I I' 89 yards just prior V-Harper, 25-yard pass *,unilrT -10. I a'. 10-11 and SouUi.rn -
15 plays; the second carried touted defense held from Joelson; Peden run Sprint' Stamping 1011. Bowler* BUI Macauley.Kefer.5051 tO*|. Bruoa Caldwill, toll night's Homecoming';; football rare

: 66 yards and took only two Palmetto to a scant 42 yards failed. Jon'L 'th..*.Wkl. LUaaor; Larxn and Cr ........ N.1HI7 5.155 Hoo_ game between Venice and

I plays 41-yard to rushing and 29 passing for a V Peden 13-yard D,.. Chevrolet MI... Dear worth Hamilton Han.. . last AI Sim-
j a pass pass C.wl. '.nd. Enfflewood Bavfnir A Loan. mona Fartrloi Barber Shop. lOll191.I.T Palmetto. A new flag pole ROGERS (PHONE 0488.32751 i
I total of 71. On the Indian l for Sal, tied Auitln S..k.U.mIlID. -
Peden and the 25-yard scor from Joelson; Bradley run 1011, MUM Bradlnn. PublU. waa hlih Homea, ID4K1 and LarryJohnion. was dedicated to Davit and

''I !good.! with. Tap 4K1 for HaWaMr.total eerlMl. SOU R. fctephennon. and H- Publl. Mirket IIS-tBll Ham.ilton was a gift to the school from
: I V-Joelson, 2-yard run; for th* men'* .Initl* and erlatOrlnBranlran. Homea '!7-2 S7. SlandlnnVenetian Ha.lo. -. the Honor ELECTRONICS-
I Gardena 14-111 WAMR Society. Taking
:. fenele.wood .
fl kick failed. Publ rolled I 2051 ; Hood'i
and Hamilton
Hodges' .
< 21-111 Dairy
.vlnm Loan rollrd till and < Homo, tied, tl-14. Geoir DenIn part In both the flag presentation .
V-Rlneo, 30-yard pass 2SII 5..1 to 'l.-art Krai I the F.tnt.tram 21-*, dlandlnnlDon EnKlewnndSavlnn t2f., Jo Cadfn. ,. till Mnrrllhnck. and pole dedication W* are now open at our nw location,
from Thompson Hodges'kick 21Mlob ganbnrn" 501.506V.k.N.k.wk
;
Loan p.,.. of En-
10-121
I Bank'. < and member of the
iay
1 II 't ( t failed. 81..o0oi II-I' 11?..1.. or tho W..k, ware 135 E. TAMPA AVENUE
Doll Berneta' Domln Parley Funeral
I MUll. 11..11. ..d O.ln,
Eiln-Van Ondal Inearanre Br.d1.n.Iadl.F. Home. ,,,.111. Le Frve. Pur.Really Legion color guard and fir

.. M.ylrbu 8hon Ino.. .M. the 1111.,.110 102..14, M.I 1 Tm'Ili Loess. .PIe e..nd'N' PsyDu 515h. inq Iquad.Seniors. Featuring tale and service on radio television,
Indie'
wllk 1KB and .
6261 Ixili llolton
I
Ie Th. Gladai, rolled 184.d) helped her till 15' .Standlnril Co.Farley* 10IOH44I41fur FuunlHome citizens band and marine communication equipment
team to roll hlBh linnle of
cam. 1781 I
0O Metal .hot tRI'! for hlih 25-11: PIe 'N' Pay Dnin 24Ill SETCHELL-CARLSON DEALER
frl
.' .
Hend" Con.t. tlVHVi.Dick (
: Golf
.
*> Team itandlnnt Bhooi In*, 10-4, .
Stelnv, too, Klwanlai Erl.o.F
; ,
Clare-N-Jo ApU. 2v-l' J. H. ourbr
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1M and Kay Fry*. 1.4-114 forLuraya
TIN .
G a
10-16. G Metnli 10-1 Bow .
ler of the Week. Lola Bollon.' Grand Bahama.Heu
I j Bill Ikh....... American ON M7.d .. >ewl.e. Mary flier.. Noko.
t' Gnu Webber, Ennlewood &.. mla Pharmacy lull Helen Caaall To Host LadiesOn
Inn Loan, led th. larilta with 171 Jo.'. S ncl.lr i : Service., l00i Wlmmer'i Mobile Home Owners Can Save Insurance .

I 9 S I t .nd .490t Ion,Ve4 Hoer Curt'Maahk'., Will... Th. Jolly UneCourt. .. Real 1864.P41.55, Etandlnnt M4|.Venetian Oral, Wlm-0.Garden. .., $$$ With New Mobile Homeowners .
25-7 Venetian Garden. 11-141
,.
1 R'a 121 TT Jolly Ri ropprd hononnil
II,, ,. : men' R..I .t.... n'%"< I. pl.' wlth I 556 .n,1e' End Exclusive with
Nov. 16
.. Package Policy
: I 179 v. Davl Paulln
1805 ..1. lint. CIIT 6e ,l,. b.lda t M.rtln... : ,17 l
2'01 ..1. .515,41.S G.... Klau.. 1784B4Venice
Cllr
I Seed Jk. Feei Cempany'l Men.ler Orsdale
2<-10, Jelly R'. 29-11, Mae I Flower Edge-Van Agency
Shop 2IM/ <. Bowler, of the Weekl, tlllun. AI Berk, 162: DonSwUher
k This week's event for theSeniors'
1 Crar W...... and r..... DI..... 171-4971 I ".d. Thompaon.. EXAMPLE
Bill, .. I6M11. Slandlnrm Hlxh Diver., 28III Monday Morning
I Phillip. FoN Ml d- P.t Nlrh.
; sly Bate.Ally Terminal Nuninr T,an.port Horn. 1621 1 No 1 Nrdra, III 1. Wildcat, Hot, H.0..,..Been 12-141 and e"ColU.... ,tl-15 tI.... Breakfast Group at the Lake $ 4,000 Broad Form Peril on Coach (No deductibleon

1 and 441.: Royal' Cop.land, Ro>al Voters of Sarasota County 0 o pg5 .Lucky....... Burdln Ih. m.plrn. W.for T.UI Oranu.and I5A Sal: 'fiuhitltut" Concret for. Ml.ed",11.._-Shock.HelenRIby )" ball, three-ball match with 13 $ 1,200 On Contents (Includes theft at no additional

.
172-434. Tom Ryan, tOl520Mvakk
and 8111| Tony Praia. Terminal Tr.n.. threesomes participating. cost)
port N, a. CIa and (851, Roraldarhi Ice Lumber* Malay C,. -til Rick tied Hubert.Jack Hlrht Yen.; The winning team was Don Additional
$ 400
took honon Living Expense
for team pl. with >6I .
I wish to take this opportunity to ".....,. Prwut Product. t>5411iInranota ,
Inirl.' and 1830 aerial. Sl.ndlnir. 01. Fraley Jim Anthony and Bob
'. .*...t Prod".... 141 f Th,. $10,000 Personal Liability
10. n.k.., Z -10. Terminal. Tr...
personally thank all of the voters of port No. 1 ten''. Shop. .,n. Standing.. Th.m.d. Handley with a net score of
21VH'4 and Roml n.chi $ 250 Medical Peymenh PLUS other extensions of
1 .., 11W..t', Auto Service.I7IV12VI . ,
Teacher can't find fault with 21-15. Bowler of th* Wekl. Pat Mich-
the workers of both ), and : Saruota, Pracaat 17-11. 26.Second too to mention
Sarasota o Tony Penla. coverage numerous
< County, us. We'v studied our buii- ROM E. 110'..'. Jnnler Sh.rlff. Herman Duke 1111 Bam B.hw. 1041, with a net score of
". ..,, Coleen Cnrlli. .... Roland' Chapman, 2211, Henry Rou...... 29 the $57.00 In city adjoining parks Slightly
Dlipatchera klKh was threesome composed per year or
parties, and last but not least the entire nell . Get "A" for effort for th* rlri. with 1S4 lit, Harold Johnaon *02i, Lee Fey. ,
Jarkl Bullock, Dl a.i.atrhr ilnitot., tot.led and 2251: Harold M...., 211-217 Jay Kaatman. of Roy Burger Alec higher outside of fire protection.AGENCY.
experience
our on
I staff of the Sheriff's pall tot Gerre Duke 2061 LarryI.hn
Department 40' to tak th* teal for MrlMl, Mike Reid and Gerald Ludington.
''f i to you. No cheating In our ovary, Sheriff. 1.11.1150..1! l 450 to Early- Bird.204Bill: fell.'Rodaiw: Taylor{ tit, Oatir'lFounonw Two teams tied for third
.. -
for making it possible to continue with Phone TODAY. lop the b.' The TniiWet .h, D4gnd .
rates.
1'1-481 tied with 1.1. Bwiiher.
2071 for top hn.... In team pl.,. place with a net score of 30.
effective law enforcement. !Ftandlnr.1 Deputlai 14-!, Tniataai (. Land4)4im.! 116./551 I Art Ruxell. -
I' fine THINK OF I and Bailiffl.. Bowler. of th. Venice Gia Co.. I14-I4II Ind-O-8un. They were George Gerdts,

1 Week<... from Glee. th*rr0..d Bantam aertlont Srott Huff bill, 22-2808.llatlon.' 27-11 Rlandlnirai Cralir'. Co-Op,..........Service.. 24. Bob Courter and Chuck Harmon
Alh.no mad th. bra' -7-10 apllt. NIc 101, Venice rm. C.., 1 .II. Sue Honaer- and George Filler,
I ROSS E. BOYER ..1511 1 man. ,168 141.517.lwk :. Bill Stahl, toll Ed Gerberlch Grant Dunseith and Joe Scott. WN 116 W. Venice Avenue
M..nle P.n Dmhk.v. .
81.. v.1154 2nl 11,. hlah U.,1.' en"..m." Inraranr Aiency El.ln*. As has been the practice at Telephone 488-2289
., Smith. Golden T Golf club loll H.1en
,4 (i.lie 11..
6151 The Intervals of six
about weeks
.to'd; Kllhy, Venice. Mnbin, 167-150-160
M..nl.I Lem. h..
Rlrhard MrClrllim bowllnv with I. them. i for 4771, Whltraker'i Koln! In... Iun4ry. the lady golfers of the club
SHERIFF .. Th. Plumb.' 771 and 2280 .... I71MU1-I11" for 2811. Itandlnnt
tho
team hllrh _.... SUndlnnt Rum.o. rm.... Chevrolet. 11-4 Whlleaker'aKoln will be Invited to Join the
154, 15..... 25-11 and Maiter. 2..U... Klean, 2 -'ll Venice M.a..n4 weekly meet next Monday.
Paid Political Ad Musk Wlrai Ortnut.. Kla.h Wolfer'a On. Hour Martlnlalnl.. ,led.
2!-56 Pat Schmltt' 174 Berneta. Domln.
Warder., : -
I rolled 1 81 >nd 4>l to .leadIh
. le'.l i Th., WaHen. rolled. 77! 0..15. 182'17: I.verda_. Joeckel 1711 Anil Scottie Bruin 3rd
nd 2210 for
tram pl.r. Rentlnrl.
Stn.l,. Wariter 12.20. 18-14. Matron.' 15-17 and 10. 1 rMM Renter, RISK Bonnl .Belt..I-M.rt'*. 1*.-4.'...Patera, In Pram Regatta
October "Bewler. ef the Month"o.rn. '
-- ---- ..e.t will b* held thb Sunday Seattle Bruin son of )lr.

: ; I I Myakka Lanes .t Scotch 1-10 and rhmhl I 80*. for In the"'N.f_. . .AND. ,' and Mrs Charles Bruin of ,
2-YEAR WARRANTY . MONEY every Saturday nliM Nokomis, placed third in the

Superior Hoatini-Tftallnv eo... ., 1:00 and I 10. under-12 division of the Manatee

Ph... Mnucrow. Standard Heatlnf River Pram Regatta last
5.rvhr.. 1.6, Cora Deyllo. Dnlln'i Sunday at Palmetto. Scottle
11..... 17>-47I I Arthur Tarrlnrton.
Painilnt, by Gumm. ]5011!' feom! Dev.In Blind BogeyFor Is a member of the Venice
i FORD DEALER ( Devlin'. Garate, l l184l a-551; Yacht Club Pram Squadron.
j' ::1 Devlin'. C.r.a*. 890-24HS. Htandlnm
ON : Standard Heatlnr, 21-101 V.nIceNokoml. Freddie Brown, son of Mr.
10-19.I. H.nk Bhlrlq 1111Venice Smith Venlce-Nokomli Stationer.; LVMGAThe and Mrs. Joe Brown of Venice Thank

k Kank picked tip th* 1-7-10 iplltl' I.IImuld. another entrant received
...., 1771 lEI|.|* '......I.ko. 1781 I honorable mention in the
\F Nl.h 1711 Nelll Deatorly, four-man team of Bill
Iii: Ad mthJ 1701 Harold Smith, boys over-12 division.
I ALL Jo* ,.. 1041 Jo* Olll. Sr, Horton Doc Evans, South Other VYC Pram Squadron , 1 You...
I II Dunn and Jim Duncan captured members attending the rI

the 18-hole division of regatta were Billy Hamman,

I '' the best ball four-ball touma.ment Sally Murphy, Nancy Vitale I wish to express my thanks and
:

I 4- ;:USED CARS t ((3YOUR the Lake Men'Venice held Golf last Golf Association weekend Club. by at and Shaun Graser. ; appreciation to the many who voted

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BILL PHILLIPS Scoring a net 60, they edged for anenioyable for me, and especially the friends who
I the second
place foursome of
worked and in
; i Clarence Ball, Reginald Roper GOLF so long diligently my

Minard Smith and Marshall [ day of
behalf.
.1 : '65 MUSTANG V-8 4 speed ...............$2695 The time Is here when you Hayward by one stroke. _"
I I II should do some car care Jobs, Third place went to Cecil TRY

I Wash and clean the car touching Relchard, Gene Rayburn Thank you,

I II IL '65 FALCON STATION BUS ...............$2295 up dents and chips with Gerald Ludington and Frank SARASOTAGOLF
8-Pastenger paint. Flush leaves and bugs Beighey with a net 63. CLUB Walt Caiger

-I'(tj I out of radiator frill. Put on Chuck Harmon, Joe Scott,
F GREEN
chrome polish or protectorand CO Aft
Mark Ever. and Jack Hogan tJkY.

;. ; 'S '64 RANCHERO Automatic ................$1595 if you wax your car, do came with a net 30 to take . . OU.UU CONSTABLEPaid
J I I It now. Open drain holes under the nine-hole division of play. Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.

iI 1 Ii doors, and body panels. The special event for tomorrow South of Sarasota Political Ad

; j i s 64 FALCON .........................................$1495 Tighten body and engine Saturday and Sun- -.- I _
i bolts. day is an individual blind
; : BALANCE OF NEW CAR WARRANTY ON Belgian drivers who violate bogey. The bracket for the
II) I
I I train crossing warning lights
: ALL CARS LISTED ABOVE 18-hole participants will be
I I get a picture of their deed 70 to 80 and for the nine-hole 7_ f4e
Ii
i along with a strongly worded players 35 to 40. Players

: 63 CHEVY 4Dr. Automatic ................$1695 letter. Automatic cameras must indicate the handicap

1" snap the picture which shows they select before leaving the

H I the car, crossing lights on first tee. a.aar b.o_ fr

f Jjt' and a watch to indicate the Only paid-up members of ,I -

time. the association are eligible '

t'' I L, '63 FALCON ..........................................$1195 Cornering with a trailer for prizes In these events. .... ... ... 1+'!:1'o ..... \' .. ...,.. .. ,...
I Remember to slow down con I
siderably. You have a lot e RUG SERVICE
I 63 HILLMAN .........................................$1095 more weight and you will e HOME FURNISHING

I west out tires quickly. e PATIO SHOP
r"I 62 RAMBLER WAGON ........................$ 795 Most men and women I talk C FREE DECORATING>>

II I to are particular about who S ACCESSORIES I

I '62 METRO Like New ............................$ 995 tinkers around with their WATCHFOR e GIFT IDEASHOUSE

cars. That's why they bring

'Ii t '61 CORVAIR, Automatic ....................$ 995 their cars back to BILL THE e
PHILLIPS FORD here In t

,f I '60 FORD 4Dr., Automatic .................$ 695 Venire, for top notch service gIG B
i and maintenance work.
I
: You can rely on our trained
I 59 CHEVY WAGON, Automatic ........$ 595 mechanics trust our business

d I, 'f,,4 ethics and know our pricesare OF FURNITURE

fair. At BILL PHILLIPS
'
421 S. T. nl.,mJ Tr. Venice
FORD?
FORD DEALER Find a nan In a tubeles At Venice Shopping/ Center

: Bill Phillips Ford tire but the tire isn't flat? atI -. ,- h.-. III

I Often hspoens. The tire seals
I around the nail. You can SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR IS! YEARS

,: l 1562 South Trail Venice drive It safely for man
.nil,*" but ArmM h..VI I It flltd .J.---J

I I promptly.\ It can lead I r ..,1'_*" ...-_........ ....... .... ..



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