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 19, 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: VID00252
Source Institution: University of Florida
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20, NO. 91 20 Pages ttEHBHl Tue ASSOCIATED PRESS VENICE FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1964 MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PRICE to CENTS

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ity Beach Pool Work To Start Before Jan. 1 !If








Plan ProposedBy 'South 40' Bidding Due ri riThe :





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'Committee' Sarasota County Com following week with a 10 day mission have expressed a desire the plans and specifications i the courthouse expansion) pro. u
mission will advertise next interval before the contractcan that a start be made before and has them ready for presentation I gram costing $1,500,000, mostof
week for construction bids on be let. the new commission to the commission I which l will be used for the f
the South County courthouse It is anticipated that actual takes over later this week. addition to the courthouse in ft
facilities construction will be in progress Plans Completed The new facilities will cost [ Sarasota."f
plans for con- residents Is said to be working may be negotiated, according The call for bids must be before the first of the Sarasota Architect RalphA. approximately $290,000. Funds On 40-acre Site "")
a junior Olympic- on plans for the pool with tc a committee spokesman. advertised a second time the year. Members of the com Erlckson has completedThe for the work are a part of I The "South 40" complex
Itatlv. water swimming an eye to leasing a site at the Present plans call for lo will be on a 40-acre tract at :'
near the Venice public beach from the city. eating the pool on the beach the junction of V. S. 41 and ;
were learned this i If the beach plan fails to near The Esplanade directly, Englewood Road (State 775). i
: GONDOLIER. meet with council approval, in front of the Sunset Bead; It will include a courthouse
of Venice area : a site adjacent to the_)beach Apartments, or at the north branch, tourist welcome station tt''
end of the beach near the and recreation park. t A 1
newly paved parking lot. Already completed on the :
Advantages of such a pool! same site are storage and I
kwood Given were cited by the committe maintenance buildings to I
spokesman. They included house South County units ot t
night swimming under lights, regulatory and health services .
swimming during Inclement which have been oc$1$
weather when the surf is toe cupying rented space on East Ii;
rough, better water safetj; Venice Avenue 'I I
pear Extension I I programs, and the staging of alas x
water ballets and shows. "
I, The pool would be financed, ; Clerks Get

,through the sale of memberships
scheduled retirement of cil granted the extension, with family memberships ; ,
E. Curwood on Jan, 1 ase asked by Curwood, "for the going at about $50 an Yule Tree '
works director for good of the city" nually Admission to the pool
'
ice was postponed for one The city official still is recuperating also would be charged on I i City Hall employee win f
Tuesday by City Colin- from a, severe daily basis for,persons with have a pretty Christmas tree
sitting as the board of heart attack suffered several out memberships. for the first time this year to I
ees for the employes weeks ago. Doctors reportedly Estimated cost of the facUf.f brighten their yuletide season i jt,
ion fund. have told him he can return f on beach property leased '
rwood, who also Is the to work on a limited (Continued on page Z) The tree an artificial one 1
building inspector, was basis possibly next week. which can be stored after the
for retirement on the The pension fund trustees holidays for use again next
of the year under the also approved first of the : year was delivered Tuesday
"i pension system. Coun (Continued on page 2)) JudgeWarks LIT by newly appointed Councilman
: "a David Hamilton.
1
sA e :: .. j And there's talk that there)
:; -.5. may even be a Christmas 1
party this year. Not at thetaxpayers
a' u y, 'd' en rb" however '
; expense ,
r.E"',.- r"-'VJfqp-"tl'Kr, !'F ....;,ey1,_&y.1...t -""1d6k'a-",, .-"", f 1 it was quickly pointed out. :

_ 4iz EXCLUSIVE BEHIND.TH .SCENES' PEEK at'th. shooting of at Cover Girl Jill(NicoT posei ,fetchingly with Clown Bill clerk Mrs of Forrest the water Bradford department :

the cover picture for the 1965 edition of the Venice Area Kruger Note the "palm tree" which will frame the pictureon said the City Hall em. i ,
TeensTwo Chamber of Commerce annual Vititor'i Guide Ii shown the completed full-color cover. The scenes were hot at ployes have been pressing fora

here for The GONDOLIER readers Ted Van Pelt (left) of the Gulf Surf Apartments beach on Casey Key tree in the lobby for the

Venice youths will', Sunshine; Pren studies. the eofflDosltion In the_ around slain past five years.

spend the next several Sundays

city In'jail custody for causing of policeat a disturbance UF Drive Past Rates UppedBy Tonight' Show !I

at Teen Haven the ,
night of Oct. 31. r. I
They are Robert R. Sanborn
and Paul K. Shaver, both 17,, HospitalThe
who appeared in city court MarkSouth

before Tuesday judge night John R. Blair Halfway Venice Hospital board To Air Circus

Sanborn was charged with at its V'I 13 meeting authorized
public intoxication and with an increase m room "Tonight" show star Johnny the Venice area about mid-
effective Dec. 1 to
petit larceny for taking phonograph County United Fund vision, under the chairman. charges, costs of hospital Carson will spend the December to shoot film for(
records belonging to drive volunteers, with enthusiasm ship of Merle L. Graver, is meet rising in Venice television commercials.
dw the youth center. Shaver was running high and already slated to kick off its segmentof nursing care. Christmas holidays The Venice area and the
charged with accessory to 60 cent of their the drive on Monday. It The new rates, which represent with his family filming scenesof circus also will be publicized r F j
per an increase of $3 a dayin the 1965 circus rehearsalsat in special New York i
petit larceny. achieved, renewed will coincide with the per a
Both Sanborn and Shaver $24,001 their goal efforts this week to sonal contact cleanup plannedby each category, will be $25 the. Rmgling winter quarters. Times supplement to be published r I
Innocent to the day for a semi-private room Feb. 28 the I
pleaded petit the campaign to a successful Residential Division work a mayor I
larceny charge, saying that bring conclusion in record ers under the chairmanship of and $15 a day for a bed in a Mayor Smyth D. Brohard said. A, I i
they did not intend to steal Paul Maurer. ward. said he had been Informed by
time. The board In its announce Mae Lyons, Ringllng publicist :
the records and that it was Among the volunteers making
MILTON SWORN IN-Newly appointed Venice Counl "just a prank." Sanborn The Business and Industry calls on area businessmen ment said the new rates still that "a top TV personal Zone I 'i:1
bean l David Hamilton, right, receiver the oath of office pleaded guilty to the Intoxica- Division, headed by Charles Gene Williams Bob are as low or lower than ity" would be in the city Dec, Airport
Brohard before beginning hit official tion charge Bruin, moved into high gear are those in other hospitals in this 24 27. The;: mayor said I the cir
MI Mayor Smyth D. with 25 volunteers working Miles, Ken Brown, Chips
Hamilton Mrs Bertha Reynolds, part of Florida. cus press agent told him the Hearing TodayA
'tier ai a member of the city's governing body. with half dozen team captains -
Teen Haven director, and her a Johnson, Jay Lumley, William Venice area would receive
n named to fill out the remainder of the year for Mr. husband testified Shaver was busily making personal } Landgraf, Dick Rich, nationwide publicity from the .
also I Ii esndits the area's public hearing on the proposed i i
week. He -
cock, Cell! who resigned last a contact among event.
the records to
seen giving Glenn Nelson, Al McNeal, airspace zoning for t.
>t in the Dec I election hi the last two yean of Mrs (Continued on page 2)) business representatives.volunteer help A Ned Cobb, Eddie Rousch and Weather The city official declined to Venice Airport will be held at '
plea for more
lli'. second term.Voter. disclose the identity of the I ,
sounded by Paul Lanius, 8 p.m today (Thursday) at
was Raymond
Larry TV star, stating he felt the
the Hall. ,
High Low Rain City
of the six captains, for yl
one Also, Lynn Younger, Louis announcement should come 1
The Airport
joint city-county
Man assistance in making contacts 83 58 .00
NOV. 11 .
Airport
Richard from the circus. It was learned
Calkins
Suter Willis Zoning Board has completed
Deadline among businessmen in the NOV. 12 85 59 .00 f
south section of the Venice Sutton, Lynn Ross, Sam Her. NOV. 13 83 81 .00 from authorative sources and filed its preliml- '
however, that the visitor will
JailAn area. ron, Frank Sovereign, Paul NOV. 14 88 81 .00 nary report recommendingthe
Goes To be the affable star of the Tonight boundaries of the various f 1
Those wishing to offer their Saunders, William Horn, NOV. 15 87 84 .00 show.
to be established. The
zones
Same As Before Ohio man flew Into town help can contact office of Lanius First Fed at Charles Clapp, Leonard Prof. NOV NOV. 18 17 83 18 64 58 .00.00 Brohard said Mrs. Lyons report is on file in the office ; ,

last Saturday and said he the Venice and Loan Assn fit, John Davis and Gene Helser. further advised him that of City Planning Director I: I
came to talk about leasing eral Savings RAIN FOR MONTH .07 Eastman Kodak will come to Paul A. Youngberg Sr. ,

ta extra half-day to regls- and that the deadline should the airport from the city He In a session campaign Tuesday progress afternoon report . .
r time Friday at City wound up instead In city Jail '11. T .- ;
sod file for office has be closing I in the community room '
en given prospective voters Hal on a drunk charge. at the branch office of Sarasota :
d Thayer contended that the The man who gave his and IN FLORIDA PRESS CONTEST
candidates in the Federal Savings
upcom- would I invalidate the name as George L Huff, 55, r' I
? city election as the resulta change I Ave Columbus Loan, 100 per cent employe
of 1125 Deshler
of those persons I
review registration in the drive was
of the city participation
lutes who might have registered dead- public, Ohio intoxication, pleaded guilty before to reported by both Sarasota GONDOLIER Wins 5 State Awards i.
the Saturday
cty';! announced Clerk Harry D m.W. Fri.y Has -- just line before in years past. He said al- Judge John J. Blair in City Federal National Bank and also of Venice.the First '
and ,,
was
several Court Tuesday night .
that in past years
deadline
for so
registering chairman
General campaign
,d filing challenged this candidates for city office had $25 fine or five days said GONDOLIER won five 4 of the part played by Venetians well-rounded promotion effort
was tnvjail C.
He still in Jail 1 1reaterday William Payne (
until before was in the murderof .
Iek by newsman Woody waited to file Just pleased with the results awards, including first placeIn solving throughout the year \
he was
Saturday.A Lewis (Hackle) Wilson, 7- Honorable mention was given .
ayer noon r
the
Haler took probe and
Huff arrived Saturday attained to date urg two categories, in the 1964
candidate for reelectionto year-old St. Petersburg boy this newspaper in two .
to
A 'I
City Attorney M. that there be no letup in p
"well who ruled the ordi- the City Council seat he aboard a small plane which ed united efforts which have statewide contest sponsoredby whose skeleton was found in categories. One was for its 4 c
'"ace could be interpreted has held for the past eight he said he had chartered in the made the accomplishments the,, Florida Press Assn. a palmetto thicket near here. advertising promotion of the (h
'her way years Is Council President E. Miami for the hop to Venice possible thus far. and the University of Florida Best Editorial 1964 Venice Parade of Homes, I ifs
Thayer argued that for at S. (Bill) Raymond. David The plane took off immediately its "All of us working together among weekly and semiweekly The other first was for the the work of Peggy Bogert of I: I
'st the past IS years since Hamilton, a former councilman after discharging ," he told volunteers, "can newspapers year's) best editorial on the The GONDOLIER advertising 1' t
hal is seeking the remainIng lone passenger.He announced free enterprise system, pub- The other was for an
been the were
this The
in the city soldan the success of winners \
he had assure
I aka have been closed at two years of Councilwoman aircraft told police in Miami for 600,- drive. I'm sure we can do It. last weekend at the 85th lished on May 25, and which outdoor column on camping 1'1'Itaff. !, r'by
sn Saturday. Blanche Celtic term. I'm will do it." annual convention of the FPA previously received the annual Dorothy Gaynor. I
last 000 the day before he came to sure we
Mrs Celll resigned Russell Kay plaque from The GONDOLIER entries
_ He expressed appreciationto at Silver Springs
">. deadline Is set by ordl- week to take over the duties Venice and that Miami he had that lost those who have already One of the first place the Florida Retail Federation were among the three top I
in
Ire which states the books as manager of the Municipal his wallet responded to mailed appeal awards to The GONDOLIER The GONDOLIER placed winners in the Gay Nineties 1 !
'"st Park and Hamilton night. second in the best promotion competition, a feature of theFPA's I
'be closed 10 days be. Trailer Patrolman Frank Covill letters, and urged those who was for the best news story
'J' the municipal election11th was appointed to fill out the said he arrested Huff on West haven't done so yet to get of the year, the second year category, the judges commenting 85th anniversary Their ,
of the for her. that it "paid good authentic costumes were by \ !
falls this year on Dec remainder year in midmorning contributions returned as in a row it captured this hon a if >
Avenue
candidates are unop- Venice deal of attention to the courtesy of the Venice Little l''
' M ger took the position that Both Monday when he found soon as possible or. This year's winner was young I o oe
Iction Day should not be posed so far. City electionsare him Intoxicated. The Mobllehome Parks DI. the account published on May people of the city and had a Theatre. i i i'I: J

_'>lu>ted In th. n-__._,. period non-partisan.



3rd 3 Birthday Celebration Starts Today At Venice Shopping Center ..



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2-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla, Thurs., Nov, 19, 196

First National Launches Two Traffic r Judae Works !<.

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If ilPO Obituaries Mishaps HereA (Continued from Page 1) Frederick O.luIe( both 11

; ,, Sanborn, who, they Mid, Palmetto were fetes t4 ,
New Credit PlanSouth Fort Myers motorist was them under his shirt and sentenced to
; 'Key placed/ five I
''i GEORGE W. ANDREW ow, Mrs Alice F. Raper; a driving while Harris Jail the )all sentence 4a n
John
67 of son, William D. Raper Jr., of intoxicated' Patrolman 'd, for n
p I George!! W Andrew following a collision said he found Sanborn intoxicated being I
; Engle.I Rocky Creek Ohio and a line of intoxicating beveregq ayouth
I 1575 Phillip Place. brother Robert C. Raper Of t h County residentswere chest will be savings accounts loan consideration a* well a* Tuesday with a when ha was called to n

wood, died Friday at his St Petersburg. invited this week by the of $100, $90 and $29 provided cash refund for prompt pay car. topped for a Miami traffic the youth center about 11:45: guilty They PIt

home. her Services were held at Peters First National Bank of Venice by the sponsoring bank- ment of loan, Payne added. light on the Trail at pm. He said Shaver was not Other {
He came seven yeanago Natrona to begin< participation in and two prizes from each of Avenue. drinking.In cases d llOlell! '
Funeral Home
i that those Tuesday
from Boston, Mass. His "We do not say night
I birthplace was Cleveland, Heights, Pa., on Tuesday. its new Key Credit Plan, a the member dealers. dealer displaying our sym The crash hospitalized a sentencing the youth, George Roscoe Included, 0'I'

i .1\I' Ohio. Rawles Funeral Home of En. system aimed at protecting According to William C. bol are the only ethical dealers woman passenger in one of Judge Blair said both had tined $25 and five pis' I'o'
with neck Injury.
Mr Andrew was a chief glewood was In charge of local both the customer and the Payne, president of First Nat in the area, but we do the car a been under Jurisdiction Of I jail each on two chrr8 0u

(marine) engineer In the arrangements dealer.As ional, the Key Credit Plan point out that those who display Patrolman Bill Kruger said Juvenile Court authorities for I pUblic intoxication u! 0n"
an added customer Incentive a car driven by Frank J. previous offenses but that the 'nd .
\ maritime service He was a (KCP) is system wherebythe the KCP symbol .redeal.r. abusive obscene IiJ
the bank has filled a : of Fort lam- dismissed and PI'd J
Tart 38 Myers had
official

who sell juvenile .
: member of O. N. Steele Lodge LEE LATIMER WILDMANMr I I bank screens dealer according quality merchandise language
I I 621 F&AM of Cleveland and treasure chest with many to performance and and service at fair med Into the rear of one driven them from their Jurisdiction John Lee Carson
Lee Latimer Wildman valuable prizes and has distributed John E. Love, 62, of that be 1 I
j American Bowling Congress. ability to perform quality ser prices; have available adequate by in order they fined $25.lone suspended
78 of 88 North Et. Englewood
,
free all which f
keys to participating vice and service facilities Crawfordsviu. Ind, tried in city court. He said
produce quality mer ; are Henry C.
I, Survivors Include brother, In Graham ,
died
Tuesday night
I merchants. Residents . chandise before they are qual established persons in the was pushed into the rear of the Juvenile official did so log, fined $25. IJ>II
I Charles Andrew of Strongs- Arcadia.A .
may obtain keys with. the car ahead driven by that
truth In with the explanation
ified to participate. community; practice Dan Leroy
:. I vine, Ohio and a cousin, Mr.. native of Conneaut Ohio, out obligation and on Dec. 17 their advertising; are adequately i Lloyd S. Rollins 66, of No- they could not do anythingwith yield right of Gray, faUiItj
I Helen Ehrlich of Cleveland. Mr. Wildman came to Engle. they will be given an oppor Customers participating in financed and offer komis.Mr the boy. Phillip way, filled II: I Io
: Services were held Tuesday wood 10 years ago from Can. tunity to see if they have one KCP are enabled to become Gangs, drlvbtt
sentenced San miles
63, Blair .n hour
Zelpha Love apassenger Judge
*
I at Rawles Funeral Home ton, Ohio. He retired In 1853 of the keys that will unlockthe members of the bank's "Key complete financing services, In a 25 11
in and fined
in the Indiana auto born to 30 day f Jail $20.
:1": Chapel In Englewood with as sales manager for the National treasure. (I Credit Club" and enjoy the the bank president emphasiz
Hos then Wlnaor
was treated at Venice Shaver to 15 day, suspended Henry
( I The Rev Addison G. Hardee Yeast Corp., with Included in the treasure advantage of extra prompt ed. I pital. Two other women passengers the sentence when speeding fined $15"0Dennis r
i of Englewood Methodist which he was connected for
alternative (
in the Rollins car, Sanborn accepted the Earl Radfotl
'I I Church officiating Masonic 23 years Mrs. Sarah Rollins 70, and of spending Sunday for proper start with h
Beach Pool a
;
I :. services were conducted by Mr. Wildman was a member CurwoodContinued Mrs. Elizabeth Dawson 67, two months at city Jail and hide fined $25' motel, t
'
Venice 301 F&AM. of Lutheran
Lodge Trinity (Continued from page 1)) were shaken up but did not Shaver agreed to report to John Askln Beat, fa\lill\\
Church of Canton.He .
.1 ; I require hospital treatment.A the police every Sunday for have vehicle
from the city would be around under
is his wife (
survived
WILLIAM D. RAPER by ( from page 1)) on premises. Construction of one month. Both were placed fined $25.
$65,000. : the suspended
: : : 1 William D. Raper 68 of Mrs. Emily Wildman; one year retirement for JosephJ. City Clerk Harry W. Hager pool would be privately financed two-car crash near the under a 10 p.m. curfew on ordered to be re-examiid
Glen H. Wlldman two south city limits of Venice at I
? : 1 1430 Duncan Place Englewood son, ; Jossart manager for the was directed to sign the tonIng with the facility reverting week nights during these period a driver' license
Winton C. midnight Tuesday hospitalized [
1 daughters, Mrs
died Friday at his past several years of the approval and return it to *.
to the city at the end with serious
three
t Koch of St. Petersburg and person
1" home Municipal Trailer Park Jos Ponder with a memorandum, of a long-term lease. Judge ,Blair originally ordered tARD; OP THANK
I I He was a native of Leech. Mrs. W. W. Powell of Canton; sart will be succeeded in the that even though the applies.Von injuries. 0., .,
; them to report to the
"I burg Pa, and came to this two sisters, Mrs Marie Jackson I post by former councilwoman meets the zoning requirements The pool and surroundingpatio Admitted to Venice Hospitalwere police on Saturday but rt..d.d ..sjfxt'SSKK. ,"' '..

.: : area from Slippery Rock Pa., and Mrs. Carrie Fentonof Blanche J. Celll who resigned -' a license for consumption area would be raisedup Gracey Giddens Cash- changed it to Sundays, after 4..u I
Conneaut four grandchildren from ground level to fore stk., :
seven months ago. He was ai ; last week M accept on premises cannot be ett 31, with a fractured pelvis they attend church when the ,. '
,i" retired engineer. and two great-grandchll the job after six years on the granted under the city's quota stall the possibility of saltwater cuts and bruises; Mrs youths said they !had Saturday .IoI.'wILl.IA" C anoat
l
dren. Funeral services will be
Mr. Raper was a member City Council. law. spillover in the eventof Elizabeth Cashett 63, With Jobs. CRAW L.9 IIOO *
held at 1 p.m. Saturday at a heavy wind and high JAMrs BOON*.
I of Lutheran Church of Leech.I abdominal lacerations and
Conneaut. Jossart'S! retirement benefits In the only other official Two other youths, Preston IITRTLII THOMAS,
burg.Survivors. from the pension fund actions at the waiver of tide. Deborah Giddens 9, with Delano Webster Jr. and Jack LVCILLI IIIONTG08RII
I !' Include his wld- Rawles Funeral Home, En. will amount to $2487 per An area approximately 7! head cuts and back injuries. I
glewood was In charge of local notice meeting newly appoint
100 feet
by would be requiredfor The Cashetts live in South
month. The city pension plan
I arrangements.A Inaugurated about two Councilman David the pool and patio accordIng Venice and the Giddens girl
was
Hamilton in
by
was sworn
to the committee spokes in Venice.
r .
years ago.Council Mayor Smyth D. Brohard and
MOVEDGULF LINE THAT SINKS man. The pool would mess'urea
also considered several another street light was added Treated at the hospital for
1 1t SOUTH OTSELLIC, N. Y. items of city business ata to the list of 31 approvedlast 48 by 83 feet. face cut and released was
f (AP-When) the fish are running waiver of notice meeting week. Councilman Ralph The pool also could be Richard Lee Marsh, 29, of
made available
deep a weighted core following the pension board Anderson asked that a 7,000- to Venice Venice, driver of the car

t, TAILORS deep sinking braided dacron meeting. lumen light be approved for area Instruction schools for swimming which slammed from behind I.'

I FROM THE ARCADE fly line comes in handy, says Application for a transfer installation at the airport between and interscholastic Into the Cashett machine on
I Mrs. Billie Coleman, vice- of ownership on a beer package the main hangar and swimming and diving U. S. 41 near Pin Grove ,
to president of one of the oldest sales license was approved the Fette Aircraft Service competition, as well ufoI' Road.

231 W. MIAMI fishing line makers In Amer for Robert Arnall, who re building: Olympic tryouts it was stated a
I i
227 W. MIAMI AVENUE YEN
cently purchased a commun
AVENUE ica.Some Several other item of city Creation of several additional .
call it a "lead line"sod I ity grocery store in the
Just Wed of Rawles use it when trolling for' Edgewood Gardens sectionof business were discussed how. Jobs a* lifeguard and
ever. One which received unofficial also I fit' a,
supervisors was cited as
bluefish and striped bass : the city.Council .
took no official action sanction of councilwas an advantage of such a facil As Hear Plan In Advance
a request by City Planning ity.
but discussed at some
gcu S9ar.a/ length another liquor license Director Paul A. Young- or __ A* Youir
f berg Sr., for permission to
"" application. This was an application extend the proposed fence ALLEN Pt*.artaojlna the funeral services

I"i 2UHA realDe"L. for toning by James approval PonderIII In a around the new water plant CwYal* c iti aid lawle FuMrel" Home h a thoughtful
behind the and fire
i proposed license change from station. Younfberg police aid the Naming Horn cemtderete step for It permits your dm-""

oackage sales to consumption area behind the public safety 24 Mow Hnhg Service SERViSOFTJJAMES I Sly to fellow your wishes when completing! "

. building could then be usedto Phone Venke 4RM7M 4 >), arrangements
store waterworks mater lit PONC OS LUON era .J
Jf1ADlllaalON. ials.
24 Hour Ambulance: Servle. Phone 488-2191 City Attorney M. A. Bras

well reported to council that der.

6 ,1 JOE J. FARLEY Jane. Erie llbler, Noku.sic an attempt Is being made by
yt. k PVl dinky Oiprwi Edmund Sarasota County to tax the I

I i 1 Manager Elmer: I Harry W. Schulta Rubnkn.nlnhNokonk Mokomli Rlngllng Circus property at
Can En.I."oo4 I El,soy a the almort. Rrrswell said a
I .f. Director end Embalmer snout N...Milot'Ih.:.no.!. ... r. X.MI.-I. tax bill for SB,000 has been T. BLOCK AGENCY INC.

versa G0.r4., Harold A.II.rk..." received by the city and he rb
North Port Charlotte! C, B, Hayward.Juiilewood .
; Ruaeell L. Tier Venice! explained that under the n A ranct
3rd Generation/ Ruth & Phllllpi, Venice! TKonaa. L.Scarborough. terms of the Mingling lease c/ .
.
I. Venice| Mokomst J... L.' Cook Raymond Venice.Hymm with the cltv the circus Is j tso6nsAed 1929

FUller l 0/recfors/ ..unee Nor,. D lit Callae-nan M.., Whirrs Venloe Mokomiil I Ralph. oon8lble for the taxes. 243 W. VENICE AVL 96 w. DWIOaN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD.

I Miller. Venice.. Charln' Lattanafh The cltv attorney went on VENICE, FLORIDA {t tli Mft1ll1llll( I. !

Our Services Are Available/ All Ktgardttuef Venice; .. Uuthlin.) llltabeth: Vnk.Nor. Kent.. Engliwoodltil to report that the tax bill has Select and Consult an Independent p: UI111'I
141 burn Gibbe; Venice I gel.ly been forwarded to circus of PHONE ., d
# Financial CVcvmifcrnceitleeaaea' Htlm) Englewood, Margaret Henon Insurance Agent ,t you ',1
\enlce. bladya L, Swa taer, Ven.io 'Ida's,' with a letter citing 488-6791) would Doctor Lawyer. ; 5
fc bidlana. MJ PlerUe i u..1 Morrow, NokonUt Mun- legal precedent on which to I your or

In Funeral Business Since 1932 roe Enrlewood; Ballerd., Entliwood Grate Ualker! Edward, V.4..Da...lt, base a protest. He said the FUNERAL HOMEI)

Two Licensed Funeral Directors NOT. Ii, Laura fcenn, Venice! Loula some letter also has been I

*.Coldlron Elntlewood: Venli-e! Clifford HolmUerir Kleckn -, sent to the county tax assessor -_ ..... ..4 _
Venice! Ed H. ..If-N"kO Curt In the hope that the
H. Hahn, Venial| Mab l Chapman. Mo
komi., Mary _Ilk. Nokomli. taxes will b* written off
Nov. !fit Dr. H. Le.ln. Venice, without litigation.
Dtlorli Condray, Ventoei John ears
I HAP'PINES8.i! a home of year owntyni.n. .. Venice I Edna Kreaili. FnglewnodMarbelle : Braswell said a similar attempt IOTNEWbObEFUNSIZE
Baker Venice: john K Wll-
ion Venlcei Janice. A. Chancy, North was made some years
Port Charlotte Gladrf Flaniburf... ago by the county to tax the
Venice! Sheila Matleka. Nokomiil
(Inla Wynne. Venice. Municipal Trailer Park
1 I N... lit Wealer, PtiUh Nokomli. | YoumtberK read a letter
'i Welter Purilow. Nokomiil. Eth.l Durham
Ena-lewood| Clarence. Catkin from the West Coast Inland
Nokomla I H...... M. Pock Enilewood I Navigation District in answerto
I Louie Herberaer" Vanleoi, John Vance, DODGE
I Mill : request for establishment
Englewoodt Rwte Pomewy. Placida. a
.
i I DISCHARGES 01. spoil area near
No, Ill On Crawford, NoVomuu,
: I On.ida Red Lake during the dredging
L Fabay Venice! Frank Woodruff
: II Vanloti Walter Sl.lrr. Vonloal of the Inland waterway
,i Arthur DavlM, Venice' Either breenway .
enj Nokomiat' Mary Luiar, Venial I IOa through Venice. The WCIND
L y Venice.NOT.ar. File, Vonlool 1 Ray Debbert' letter asked for payment of FULL-SIZE DODGE

lit Marearet Blllor. .. .. $14,000 by the city to create
wood) bertha Beldlor. Laurel..5soi! wanted new spoil area
II.. Birney, Venlcei. Cora "' .
: I it more with GOLD SEAL fexplredi l, Enflewood.! Raymond Youngberg ,also reported on
Hatch, Venice! Jar O Dell, Venlea!
with the Zoning
: Pour Prindlvllle. Venleet Yvonne Rn. a meeting
; HOME FINANCING Hour Venice. i Delena Troutmaa. No. Board of Adjustment for a
I komlit. Grace Walker, Venice) LtarWlttenberf look at thecity'
: Venice comprehensive ALL-NEW 'DODGE
: *' Cook (mplredl), Va.I overall zoning as suggested -
I'"i'a'\
1 I Canon, V.nlei Harry
: Helping you ODd bappioess b Me Is our II'taCiII&i Cranfleld Enflewoodi. Howard1 .N.r. by council. Any zoning
row Nokoimai' Ralph Pattonon Enllewoodl changes, however, will
i I J t pleasure The finest things said abort our mortgage Xatbrrn Thom. Soott hVarborouah, North Nnko.mlir Port. have to be initiated by the

Charlottol Jaeph TaM<. Emlewoodl, council.
'I loans are said by the many famflles whom we here Sarah w...., vela Frank woof En-
.
.
-' LOW-PRICE DODGEi
their bone Nor 141 Ernert Bennett Venloe' : Salt
I helped to become established ta own CliarlM Brunei Venice. I Ruth Hod- Scout Rummage
f ,.... Venire I Edmund 1.ld.n. Venice) Girl Scout Troop 75 will
t Can we belpyouT Irra Madilo. Venloe, Howard Maurice.
1 I I Nokomla> : Elmer .Bchulu Noko. have a rummage sale Saturday
mill Jame Slbler.I Nokomiil\ FrankSirokr. at 247 W. Venice Ave.
,I"" Oepreri Harry Webber, No-
II
karma from I a.m .to J p.m.
1i I'I Nor, Hi Clare Carbon. Venice; I Jar.I. i
Proceeds will toward
!I .I. Hmdenoo, Venloe:I Raymoad Hyaw go a
I i Venlee.Kleraey trip to Savannah Ga., in 1966
I '1'1. rii1 SARASOTA N... rut 0.. H. H. to. .. ,
'I ; Von''ks
III..,. II......... V.InI, La..... Sponsors are Venice Rotary-

i I L91 [PgQg[ [ )[ [, lA1di [ Noe Nor, Venice. lip North| Harold Edna Port tuft Merkont.CherlotU, Nok...,North...Roy and Anna Mrs with Paul Mrs.Cotherman John West as

I I .aMrtya and loin.uaooLAenI Pon Charlottel Ruiatll Tiny, Venire: leadersOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOCKX.
I i f'V: > Sweltaer, Venice, Lo.... Cold-
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I' I SOUTHSIOEto. macE
.!HAIL M aa IIIIIUL d ap to WUII w Mr and II... Thenaa! thru Saturday
Edward III, Nokomie, eon Thom. 'BE Dodge Coronet

Ii.. t.i t. !I i: Edward.m.: ._-MatieU. IV, .aora III... It at "TOM JONES" ,

'Jill I with

i ;) I I Stores Also Located In Albert Finney ,;- JDAA441
BRADENTON and FORT MYERS TIRES I
Kiddie Matinee

I :. t Get More Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS Saturday 2 p-m. .

;' r USED TIRES. ALL SIZES $228320Thl
.11 F II ? I Cut Tire Costs... I GUARANTEED RETREADS 5695I The Bowery Boys
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.1 1 )i "JALOPY"Tropical It III The ear that even has the experts amazed A fuR-slre, futtaxftfort ear with. aft

I 0 tI of Dodge',big ear ride and dependability. And ICs your for less than the to-called low

.f t RADIATORSREPAIRED t price three.Sa your Dodge Boys today for the deal of
your bf f. on the car of your W*-

;, ;I' J FLUSHED t ti Drive-In Dodge Coronet

,i ;, t r r NEW REBUILT USED Today thru Saturday
i NOW
, I 'I'r r Budget Terms "LOOKING FOR LOVE"and

J'tl :' : r.4 I '1 WOLFER MOTORS INC.

I VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR "G. I I. BLUES" ,

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&, I Serving' Vt nlc0 For 5 ,Years BUYS 'Phon. fldo

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The GONDOLIER. Venice, FA. ",,,".. Nov. T 9. 1964-3
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BPW Initiates
I .

lail-A-Way Brochure Plan fII."A.J'nlln i i
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1
ENGLKWOOD; Business Rev. and Mrs William Ever vYou
,nd professional Women'sub hart attended the dinner a' PfatfScmhiWITH
] of Englewood U presfntiy guests and presented I color .
composing I pictorial movie, "America For ME" XNo'TIL i;
,,ail-sway brochure covering a travelog through Texas
and members of the
ictlvitles instead
of a gift exchange

oral The organization.booklet, first In the a this"Merry year, club Christmas members Money plan CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR EVERYONE
If
tub's history, scheduled Tree" for benefit of the Love. 9:30: 9)
In January. ReuesU J
-
or release land School for Retarded i

,, and for articles additional from Informa.other) Children. MON. THRU SAT. "f( 'Rfsr rr -
on
lubs throughout the nationave Next event on the club. : 30 DAYS OR MONTHS TO PAY "
been mailed to state agenda will be a pancake -' ,
breakfast Dec
PW! presidents The history 6 for member
,,1 f the local unit will be aclompanled and guests at the home of
with pictures of Mrs. Max Miller In Overbrook ,I l'
ach member Gardens Reservations may /,
be made with Mrs. L. L. ah't". f
for
activities the com- Ag TV
Club seen on
Minch lit 4743530 Cochairman Another great
winter season were dlsusied I
nit Is Mrs Ray Leach. + y t M II
Orant Exclusive! -
at the monthly meet- u : a+A' a 5 c I
In' held last week at the Bay Plans are under way for a '" '" Chreme handle bars "
ate restaurant. The program card party and style show S4 + roA v Extra sturdy
for the evening was early next Proceeds F i
year.
at dual rear step-deck *srriRICYUE ,
cOnducted by Mrs C. E. I from this project help supportthe ; r I
Icsselring)( world affairs scholarship given to an i q '
chairman, for the group The i Englewood girl each year. - F

s- BIG JOB TRUCK J

I 1st. Mark's World's Fair ,. WITH ZA-ZOOM* MOTOR SOUND t iy


Bazaar Sets Up Tomorrow only 14.66 1,

j/
Episcopal Churchwomen 305 with Mrs. William Ed. y "" 1' NO MONIY DOWN..1.11 weekly f 1 r jI i i't /,
'
till meet at St. Mark's mondson as leader and Mrs. "
Church parish hall tomorrow Spencer Keeter as co-leader t, : + ,,, l Forward/reverse, left/right, steering; revs Idles
.
"o set up the "World's Fair Next meeting will be Doc. + . .. l.{' { 9, nerq'Aretnr I rf Mtt0.PturttVht ,!f0. I I
Bazaar" to be held Saturdayfrom 1 at 10 a.m., preceded by a
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. communion service. The Rev HO SCALE MODEL MOTORING9 SET ,
General chairman are Mrs. Thomas C. Redfern, pastor of ,
A. Walter Johns and Mrs St. Wilfred's Episcopal with Grand exclusive racing thrill features ,r y
Charles Rickard. Church in Sarasota will have
{
For the first time, there the communion service and a. 17.93 WITH BASKET )!
will be a Children's Bazaar meditation on Advent. Members only
with featured events from 10 are requested to bring ALSO
Golden Books or donations for , AND SQUEEZE HORN It
i,m. to 4 p.m. Entertainment, INCWD66r complete set
for a nominal tee, will be an the Negro Nursery, a croup
Indian story and dance program project.An r ps NO MONEY DOWN...US weekly I t tsdsht
1\
byE. S. Gerberlch at executive board meeting e only I 8 8 8 i
10 a.m., a four-act puppet Is planned for Wednesday at e Only at Grants do you .< 1
show by Mrs. She rid J. Foster 10 a.m. at the church. ..ut.e' gel these featuren PLASTIC TELEPHONE 2i* ELECTRIC
and 1 and a g ? I
at 11 a.m. p.m.
magic show by Larry and ,0u.s 2 speed controls that operate GIVES 10 MESSAGES PINBAll GAME Features like I big bike! Punctureproof tires, 1:
Jim Elliott at 2 p.m. e m+st 500' with one-hand push-button ease smooth plastic fender, all steel, saddle seat ",'
will be fish Two Traffic ,.e' tfa Ipr.bankedcurveadaptertracks
pond t ?
There a
10." 16" Size..,..,..12.IS
luring Intermissions and favors d e"'S' e squeeze-tracks to raise racing only 2.93 only 9.77' 111..only ,
will be distributed among a I 'ma fun-Increase skill NO MONEY DOWN..I.25 weekly
children during th, day. Mishaps HereA yaw .
the e 2 radnf cars PLUS 2 extra Have you brushed your ;
Mrs Ralph Thomas I 1s in Lights, bells, automatic
teeth? Battery operated ; ,
body shells-change car colors I .
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charge of children' events. hit-run accident and a corer P wv cn M.ted.w ,
Members of the Churchwomen two-car: collision kept Venice .
bringing baked goods Patrolman Bill Kruger busy ""' ,r"w+ ? "k'
ire asked to have the items for the best part of the mornIng Gi.N tfrdwlul 'rpt
there by I a.m. Saturday. Monday.
At the group's meetingTuesday ltJ-100N
1960 !
Kruger reported a
The Rev. Donis
model compact car owned by t n I
and showed
Patterson spoke 1
Bernice Potaby of Venice was !
slides on the Triennial Con. REALISTIC MOTOR re
hit another vehicle about
by
vention. It was voted to sponwr ate
Bam. while It was parked on
Junior Girl Scout TroopJ. SOUND UNIT
.
Ponce de Leon Avenue some
300 feet wast of Nokomis Avenue .
Witnesses said the hit-
run vehicle was a station only 2.97 II
wagon Damage to the Potabycar : t
was estimated at $75.
The two-car accident Involved .
vehicles driven bY Use on tricycles and i BATTERY OPERATED r
Richard Adkins 16, of 103 bikes It's battery operated
Gardenia St., Venice Gardens ; just turn the knob STEEL AND PLASTIC 3-PIECE HEAVY STEELCONSTRUCTION MYSTERY LOCOMOTIVE I
and Richard E Buzing-
,I \
ham, 37, of Stuart, Fla to make your tricycle or VACATION TRUCK SET SET
bike rev, idle or zoom a*
Kruger said the mishap at 3.93
10-12: a.m. on U. S. 41 in frontof you pedal along. 8U 1/4.93 I only
the Rialto Shopping Center f "' high,4'V wide.Complete on on,8.93!

I oeogsrvs. II was caused by the brake failure with mounting brackets, Flip the switch. It chugs, hoots with lights flashIng -
err ceoica on the 1930 sedan driven '0 + Hi-impact plastic. Camptruckremov.bleCl 13*djeMl ihovel,17*dump If it hits an object, the funny engine sets I

roc uoaaAtrulILLt by ham Adkins.had stopped He said for Buzing-a left h .A jeep,boat, and pickup truck, 17* grader. Ire) ,.if rr..c.ht-and POM i Dc o"-n )IwelwWe' way! ;.

turn Into the shopping center
when his machine was struck '.' ,"'"
,
J. W. MOORE from behind by the Adkins ay At teen on TV

car 5 SOLDIERS C, ,
PLUMBING CO.
Damage to the Buzlngham MARCH IN ; ,' x3 e- /
Harbor Ughf On Tie Trail; car was estimated at $125. III T
TRUCKS The car driven by .dkins was , '_ THE BIG PARADE / '\.
RADIO EQUIPPED
described as a total loss. No ,
PHONE 488-4450 charges were filed. ..,.. \

a 7.44 :.-, N --... '
on ly DANIEL BOONE ALL-TIME GREAT i

t HOSTESS TEA SET FRONTIERSMAN SET ...MONOPOLY MAGIC SCREEN ; I,

ETCH.A.SKETfH'D d

SKillETRESTAURANT March forward/back left. Touch only 3.99 L22 only I 3.99
ward, right, only Only I 2,93 I ''t
, ';tA3 baton on drum for dire1"tion. -

____ r Battery operated. Durable. plastic. Plate. Plush coonakln hat,piatoh Take chance do Make deeigru.write,draw
. not
utensils. past
INoweer.vuus cups s rrro powder homo noawh knife Turn knobe.Shake to era e. '
go, do not collect $2001 aOVa"

Special Offer \.


I' CARRY-OUT FOR $2.60

I

Basket Of ChickenWHOLE \: ,


'/ LB. CHICKEN ((10 PIECES) WITH
f lb. rW'Met "lb Cole' Slaw/ "' f
/ dot. Hot Rolls ( STURDY STEEl AND 15" AUTO STEEL

ALL ORDERS PACKED IN FOIL LINED BUCKET ', PLASTIC TRUCKcomplete N ?


Telephone Ahead 488-5075 CAlMPER2,17 STAlyTION 3e 8 : : h . ; I

YOUR ORDER WILL BE READYI .. ..- ..
.
Reallstl" details, remove wood trim,
hot /lunches with whipped Smut grain _
Once optic; enjoy/ our '
able plastlo.Ieepin,cab. 8pdnr ++ +ion wheob,
YOU GET 3 GRANT 'a'"
potatoes end vegetables.FRI. / T ,
4 EXCLUSIVE FEATURES S "
PIUS 34-PC. VILLAGE. :3 h

& SAT. Roast Young Tom Turkey dinner 1. Automatic coupler and uncouples w r Grant Exclusive! ,

served with cranberry sauce, whipped potatoes, 2.* Forward/reverse control! ( ic

buttered vegetable, hot buttered roll .. .. ., 80c 3. Chug-chug sound ern y 8" TINY '

(Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup 25c) 5-UNIT ELECTRIC TRAIN w'V {' OF FURNITURE'

MON. Grilled Beef Patty, brown gravy, ms.h- REALISM a I
RAILROADING /
ed potatoes, hot buttered veg.tablei, hot rolls 79o WITH F7k* s

(Homemade Potato Soup ., 25c) UYi" HEAVY-DUTY

TUES. Italian Meat Ball with spaghetti, ehee.e, only I 9 93 MAGNETIC GAS STATION DUMP TRUCK only 2.5lach.et '

hot buttered roll ? 70c e
buttered corn, cole slaw WITH MAGIC MOVERI 2.33
25c) only
Clam Chowder -
( NO MONEY DOWN1.25 weekly A A A
WED. Hot Turkey. SandwIch, open style, eren- only 4's. Welded auto steel, spring She has washable rooted hair, separate outfit with I ,
berry sauce, whipped potatoes end slaw ,,., 75c Heavy-duty !locomotive, tender, gondola,fuel car, suipenaioa wheels.Red. each piece of furniture. Choose her in high-chair,
(Chicken Noodle Soup 23e) and caboose. 2b-watt U.I approved transformer, Comes to life 70 pieces cradle, action swing, or bathlnette (holds water). .
10 tracks: and all fun-time- necessary accessories. removable plastio! too I


'CHUG.-'"' + Rialto "

NO MONEY DOWN,30 DAn''' Center j yr,

SHOPPING CENTER OR MONTHS TO PAY f/M ':I1nglewood r
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GONDOLIER Vent.. Fla, Thur.,, Nov, 19, 1964k

I II UN Women Directors Visit Here, Discuss; Jobs


The two women guests atM forts point toward
,., Selma McLin'i Venice I while world, tome
Gardens home last Thursday Miss Seymour said '
afternoon were bubbling with It It Worth Itr
delight at the "October" November I 'i:: Asked if they ever WOIIder
weather her and I II71lT whether it is all wortll It,
teasing each other about their they: both calmly .miled 11I4
afternoon golf scores at the thought a bit,
municipal course. Said Miss Seymour:
Soft-spoken, bright-eyed and mean, do we think the WBr2
brown-haired they both were, !. going to be blown to S
presenting a picture of two well, there's certainly! TT
"near. fiftyish" housewiveswho point: In living as U w*
s were playing hookey going to, Is theref wen
from their up-North families And they both, talking .t
with never aare In the z, once, enthusiastically
f aai4'
world. "Aunt Selma" was the Nil A f, "You either have falthi.;
happy foil for their vacation s, man'i intelligence and J!,
chatter. tudes or not, and what 1ft
I One Julia Henderson was in our work and on Our let 1'10
comfortably round and turn visits to the slats when
and "homey" looking The these projects are being .
eotk
other Helen Seymour, ap- ducted give us that faith
::1:1I peared to be the more studiously elusively and definitel,.*wo
thoughtful and reticentof
the two, but both seemed :

1 I ; PRESIDENT RALPH HARRISON of South vic-prsident of Venice Lions Club, Is giving wives typical, ,off happy on holiday.The American. Dance Friday
Sarasota County Ann. for Retarded Child. Harrison a $100 club gift for school operating picture couldn't havebeen
I ren had a "good dlY" Tuesday when h. wapresented cipenses. Needed for the new school more misleading, for For SubTeensTeen
I 11'1.1 with two separate gifts for Loveland Is $23,000, $10,000 of which will b* given by these two unassuming women F
I, I School. Mrs. L H. LaMoHe of Casey the Slby Foundation if those funds are hold international two of the most jobs important n Haven's first dance
4 Key; !I. shown presenting a $500 checli for the matched. Total other building contributionsto the world today. Julia (Dr. for sub-teens will be held FrU;
building fund and Charles B. Wynne, first date are $3,000, Harrison said. Henderson) is Director of Social HANDLING MONEY and housekeeping for away from work for a breather In Venice with day night at the Venice Ain
Services for the United the world Is no easy lob, and United No- their aunt Mrs. Selma McLIn of Venice port music youth center with live
Nations and Helen is Deputy tions staff members Miss Helen Seymour, Gardens. They left Monday after a week's by The Capitols
Mrs. Bertha
I. COURT TO HEAD MEN'S GARDEN CLUB Director for Policy Coordination Reynolds Teen
In the office of Controller left, and Dr. Julia Henderson, right, ran visit. Haven director, said simllu I
of the United Nation. dances will be scheduled
Exhausted From Travels log with the International financing of the Congo operation -I and now 3,000 of them In addition every Friday If enough inters
: They departed Sunday after branch of the U. S. Labor De which has led to estab- to those in school, can est is shown The Friday
W Y N a i week's rest and play, have partment. To her figures and lishment of an educational read and write. dances from 7:30: to 11 p.n.
log agreed to an interview if money are duck soup, but the system and a rising Congolese "There were 7, countries Involved will be for youngsters U
publication could be made *f- work she handle takes in professional population. in this community development years and under.
rl ter their departure. When far more than simple financial Dr. Henderson' work is program when it The Villagers, a combo
they arrived, both were ex. arrangements primarily with under-develop. started in 1950 and now 40 featuring a girl drummer,
haunted from UN duties "This job really Is a combination ed countries helping to raise are being helped. In our social will play for the regular Sib
which had taken them allover of money plus organ the standards to at least a welfare program, we have 75 urday night dance this week
the globe during the past ization" she said. "Once a minimum decent standard of projects going In 60 countriesand at Teen Haven from 7:30: to
year and were "catching project is considered, we living throughout the world this year I have seen 11:30 pm.WOC .
their breaths" before return. work on the planning and financial Problems of population housing amazing progress over that 1
Ing to New York where the allocation and funnel- town planning, commun- time In 1951 when Africanmen I Has
I Security Council meets on Ing of funds from the various I ity development and social suggested I give the I PanelDiscussion
Dec. 1. sources" She cited two welfare are her concern. women "longer hoes" to
Dr. Henderson considers examples, the Mekong River Third Time Around"I make their jobs easier," she
her work "the most fascinat- "The TVA of Vietnam" have just been able to said.Her A panel discussion on "Not
Ing job In the world." She evidently project (which moves right go back for the third time to bureau is made up of By Breed Alone" was given
\ does it well having .assumed ahead, despite the war going many parts of the world 163 persons of 60 different by Venice-Nokomls Presby.
I IC its responsibilities in on around t h e research where programs were begun nationalities There are regional terlan Women of the Church
1951, after her three male teams) and the complicated 10 years ago and are now beginning offices in Chili Mexico at their Tuesday meeting
predecessors had been unable / to mature," she said Ethiopia, Thailand and Panel members were Me*.
to coordinate the ever. Ball She was more delighted thana Syria. dames Evelyn Owen, Mabel
hanging details. When Tryv VYC Plans girl with a Dior gown about "With the Africans 'hank- Force Hazel McGlynn and
1 Lie asked her IJo try itl Dinner As the fact that the community erlng for education' and the Miss Marie Krieg, with Mrs.
he was 36 years theonly I Early development project, begun 5 rest of the world explodingwith Samuel Roth as moderator
then and now UN 1 Season Events years ago in Saudi Arabia, hope, despite today's political President Mrs Catherine
woman director. now has 12,000 girls in school problems and the Smith conducted the meeting
J Ji NEW OFFICERS of Menu Garden Club of dent and new second vice-president; Pelham 1 She was in on the original Fall events at Venice Yacht Five years ago there was nota achievements to date, you Members of Circle 4 served
Venice, elected Friday, will tale over their Livsey, corresponding secretary, and Willis I IRaud.nbush tanning, having been loaned Club which open the holiday single girl being educated become convinced that UN ef refreshments
I lobs in January. They are, left to right, Bill treasurer Not present when the by the U. S. State Depart season are the Harvest Moon .....--_... 1to..1It ...., ,, ..
1. Court, president; George Thompson, recordIng picture was made is new first vie president, ment to the London Prepara- Ball Saturday and the "'" *
secretary; Bill Glenzing, retiring presi- Ernest Exon. tory Commission after U.N. Thanksgiving Day buffet din THANKSGIVING SPECIAL!
was organized in 1945. Always ner on Nov. 26
interested in internalonal The ball will be precededby
William F Court of 8 Hunt aryHe Savings and Loan Assn, com organizations, she had dinner from 0 to 9 p.m. $3.99 fifth SEAGRAMS 7
1 CROWN $4.99 full quart
I t er Drive will assume the presidency and other officers were munity room. Other new offleers done
her doctorate thesis at Dancing to the music of Bud
I
of Men's Garden Club elected at the club's Ernest first'''
meeting are: Exert
University of Illinois on "In- Lawrence and his Combo will
t f Of the Venire Area In Janu- Friday at Sarmotn Federal vice.president; William Glen ternational Worker Migra- begin at 8:30: p.m. Reservations Effective Through Thanksgiving Day
t zing (retiring president), sec tion." Her first job with the ,, may be made by callIng THURSDAY NOV. 26
i iI ond vice-president; George federal government was with' the club.
COMPLETE SELECTION
FINE WINES COLD BEER
COMMUNITY HYMNSING Thompson recording secretary . the Social Security Board The traditional Thanksgiving -
: Pell R. Llvesy corresponding when she was 21. dinner will be served
secretary, and W. H. SOUTH VENICE LIQUORSSouth
In discussing "career worn- from 4-8 pm. Reservationsfor
GOSPEL HYMN SINGING
Raudenbush treasurer. en" and her this should be made
present position as
I Venice Shopping Center Just S. of Gyro's Phone 4884480WHOLESALETHIS
Mr and Mrs Court movedto -
YOU'LL ENJOY she recalls that: "I looked at early as possible by callingthe
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Venice last year having the> women who held top offices club. wa. 4 M

I resided near Osprey since in Washington when Iwent : ......,-__._.. --. -
Sunday Nights 7:30p.m.: 1957 They came to Florida to work there and decided -
if
that what
was a
from Hampton Conn., where
career meant, I didn't want
they had lived since his retirement it."
Calvary from Shell Oil Co Women Accepted Now
He was manager of manufacturing She said that today women
1 Reformed Church engineering in New are more readily accepted

I I 1602 BANYAN DR. VENICE GARDENS York N. Y. and compete the "fighting"with men necessaryto for top NOW I s1bbII
I I II After the business session, positions no longer need leadto
'Inspiring Music Organ and Piano Ensembles Gerald Duke spoke on "The the femimzation of ex- v
I I Outstanding Music Choruses ecutive ,
f Hymn Soloist Preparation of Soils and women

I : f t I EVERYONE WELCOME j Growing," of Annuals In Florida UN Miss staff Seymour/in 1947 after Plan joined workCosmeoog'sft the-




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Wome.'sEr Civic Orchestra Chorus i IJ

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i Andre Cpsso took that Paul Gold. police invitatfon! shoot last Present Concert Saturday s '

| bride Miss Ginger of Venice month scored a 288 out of a
Reiff of Bradenton in and Orchestra, possible 300 (with 12 bulls
lernoon wedding cer. that fraternal, eyes) to win first place Infield a Venice Civic Concert and Goldenstein requests that with the chorus meeting at '
at Oneco Methodist civic organiza I of 700 men His team i Chorus will present a free religious, fraternal and civic 8 p.m. and the orchestra from ,
h on Nov. 8. the civic music came in first also, with his public concert Saturday, under 'I clubs and organizations support 7-10 p m. In the band room
11 the eon of Lt. Col. attending the first score helping there. It was i a the direction of Paul the civic orchestra by All Interested musicians are J.
!Irs. Salvatore Capasso t Saturday, Individ four-state match and he used I Goldenstein, at 8 pm. at attending as groups or individually. welcome in either group, the
0 Shore Road. The as croups. With a .45 in racking up his dead. Venice Gardens Recreation There will be no conductor said. J
1 parent are Mr and and art circles eye shooting. I Center. collection .taken nor pledges J
wilson Reiff of Braden. it does seem -oIf This will be the group's of support asked.Rehearsals Chong
side of the cul there is a happier new second concert, the first having continue todayat Does
Rev. W. E. Kircher music resident than Baldomero Valencia been given at a Nocturne Venice Junior High School l The regular Thursday jl ,
(hi wedding vow and be boosted by the of 350 Seagrape Drive Hour Music Club meeting in .. meeting of Benevolent and V
Kircher played a pre- The group has Venice Gardens, we haven't September to which the public - Patriotic Order of Does
of( wedding music. The and practice met him. This 84-year-ol was invited. The orchestra Drove 141, next week has
h i was decorated with for two years. It former Washington, D. C. resident was reactivated two years been advanced to Monday became
gladioli and chrysanthe- wonderful if the was a native of the Phi ago.The of the Thanksgiving I ,
against a background area turned out in Ippinea and was personal cook 50-member orchestra holiday The meeting will be I
1ms, and pew wereed Saturday's free for President Quezon After Includes retired professional at 8 p.m. at Elks Hall. I
with white satin reporter has to be Quezon's death (Baldomerohad musicians and area students I
u else she'd be followed him to Washing. Several are also members of
bride was attended by the next one ton) Baldomero lived with a the West Coast Symphony
Linda Conklin. Peter agenda. compatriot in Washington until Orchestra of which Conductor r
r of Gainesville was - the latter was hospitalized. Goldenstein was the first con- \JI ;
an. Crofts and Rob Then came the nice part. certmaster. .. !
her wedding, the bride motored to Long-time friends, Mr. and Saturday's concert will In- .l ov--'
a i itreet-length costume Texas, to see John Mrs. Pedro Fabay, South Venice clude classical, semi-classical 1 :
I white lace over taffeta, at Baylor College residents for the past five and popular numbers. Six request -
with a circlet hat and IL. at Texas Medical years, bought home for him numbers will beLousey's 223 W. Venice Ave i f fI
der-length veil. She car.a month for a in Venice Gardens, moved "The United Liberty 1 1F
white prayerbook John Jr. had him down and are now looking ," Laurenengear'i "A Flagof
ed with a crescent of Phi Beta Pi Med after him. His new horn Truce," "Andante Cantabile -
carnations and stream. and was al was blessed by Father Aristo- ," from Tchaikovsky's I
f lilies of the valley. associate member demo Rodriguez last week, Fifth Symphony, Mozart's !
I Conklin wore a street- research fra- and Baldomero's eyesight, "Fantasy," and excerpts J i
sheath of pale bluede XI. The Ven- previously almost gone, is re from' Richard Wagner's
with a matching hatU carried messages turning amazingly, he sale. operas
She carried a nose- forth between Mrs. Fabay is almost as happy .
01 blue carnations with tin a' professor, for her old friend as he is, Auxiliary Will Elect PAUL GOLDENSTEINFire 1I'1 3 3I'
dreamers! and the doctor's -0-
Dept.
Auxiliary '
vlde's mother wore a Charles Pile who Two honor roll reports I delegates On Monday I'i.i.
lace sheath with black They returned via came in this week-Howey-in. American Plant Rummage Sate
Legion
and the Miss,, for visit the-Hills Carol Auxiliarywill '
series groom'ser a says Thompson ClearanceRACK 't
elect delegates to the The Nokomis Union Volun- '
chose a sheath of there. has achieved the honor Mid-Winter
Conference at its teer Fir is
Dept. Auxiliary
and gold, worn with - there and Denison University;
meeting Monday at at .
8
p.m. having a sale Friday
rummage
ccessorles. Both wore Mrs Frank Bemm In Granville, Ohio, says Jane il
Legion
Hall.
for a Miami. Norquist is on their top student and Saturday at the No-
rose corsage
A dutch auction, to aid the komis fire house.
reception was held at "fiftieth honey. list for last year. CarolIs
child welfare fund, will be
Community Club which anniversary the sister of Mr. L. L, Anyone having rummage STRETCHPANTS
conducted after the business it to
the fire houseor
bring
decorated with palms, Mr. and Dec. 17 end they Smith Jr. and Jane i I. the meeting.The may call Mrs. Pete Zahradka, r
In of of Mr. and Mrs ,
plenty daughter
oU and chrysanthe- ;
conference will be held 488-5275 to for
I. Mine Vicki Reiff, ala the punch bowL Other and mall the Francis A. Norquist of 308 In Orlando Dec. 1213. up. arrange pick
the bride, kept ,the ants were Mr and gifts for the Bemm Parkdale Drive.
"book and Misses Sally ald Forest, Miss Frank said. -_ .
Susan Capasao, the Schultz, John -0- The William E. Rudolph KNIT
's sisters, presided at Robin Brown.Outof.town. Decker Is spend. family has been agog with YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
wedding with her sons activity for the past month SKIRTS ,
i Of St. Mary III, and points The parents spent a ten-day
Auto Insurance
VYC Bridge is not sure Just holiday with friends on the
f At Paitenon'tDonis will return. She East Coast and in Jamaica I. LOW RATES
Patterson as- Hostesses where they spent four days at 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
d by Mrs. Victor Bo, will Hostesses for Venice -,- the Casa Montego on Montego 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
[ojlesi to the Guild of St. Club ladies bridge what sounds Bay and toured the North KNITSLACKS
of St. Mark's Episco- Tuesday noon at the summer are coast to Ocho BIOS. On Nov ::1
hurch Friday at 10 am be Mrs. O. L. Caspersens of Gra 6 son William B. Rudolph, 1
ft home Mrs H. Paul Joseph 1 They traveled stationed at the Travis Air &
babysitter will be pro- Progressive bridge mainly in Norway, Force Base in California was CO-ORD
in the church school l foursomes will be and Germany, promoted to the rank of Captain AGENCYfr
.. The program will be Either hostess should they spent the And on Nov. 13 daughter T
port and color slides on ed for reservations summer in New June, her husband Chief Mas 116 W. Venice Avenue TOPS
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St Louis Episcopal Trlil day and they should They returned last ter-Sergeant Paige M. Elliot\ Telephone 488-2289
Convention last month. notified of and SON Steven, 17, and Glen, .
doek"I - 15, stopped for a brief visit
are the Her here on their wsy from Ram TEEN SIZES
parents of stein Air Force Base in Germany .
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP of Elgin, 111. He to their next assign
I highway patrolman ment in Mountain Home,
EARLY AMERICAN < in the annual state Ihado. 1


Let.or ceramic in S style TRADITIONAL into your beautiful lvorH lamps vat I WOMEN ELECT I Come join the happy lifeat


a Ktvlring a Redyfnga Taylor of Noko- Trailer Acres! I Ir
All lamp ftepows new president of
County Demo- .. -.,. ..._._ '" -. ..-..M ---0' I
Work by Experienced Designer '. Club, elected ,, Ij.
Craftsmen '. annual meet. j.I j.r j.t.l j't

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be installed at a I
M4 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, party and meeting
Elected to
her were: Mrs. l
Ockenfels, vice-
; Mrs. Elaine Tern-
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is a native of et
and was rear t
She married ,
a native of this
In 1943 and
to live. They have MRS. PAUL TAYLOR
Carolyn 17, and
I actively campaigned! for her
dfomOUR member of First husband for the office of con
: of Venice. She stable for District 2 In the re i
of the Women's cent election.
for Secretary of She Is also chairman of il r
CgAyd7l,7 a' Adams In South South Sarasota County Red l
: a member Cross Gray Ladies and president I
County Demo- of the Auxiliary\ of Union .,' .
Committee Volunteer Fire of "
Department
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Club and Nokomis r .. t e ,

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Yesterday. Trailer Acres was just an idea. Today, its an ideal retirement community of'" '

spacious lots with paved streets, central sewer and water systems. Tomorrow. . we plaa/ I
Ibis to be America's largest active retirement mobilehome community!

HAVE MORE MERRY (far 400 mobilehome sites have already been sold. More than 100 people are now enJoying -
as. j this happy way of life. The retirement couples keep coming. And rightly so. They've "
shopped and compared; some will have saved as much as $1,500. They kale values and It..

Ifs a merry,feeling to have money appreciate !the extras that Trailer Acres offers. jk '

Small payment each week builds up to The Recreation Center will soon have an observatory second story. The fun games, parties ,

check. By starting your Christmas Club !) o and dances will be all the merrier. And with that much more lounge rooms for cards bobbies / '

buying without borrowing or piling up and lost plain relaxing and enjoying your neighbon. Boating and fishing on the bees I
tiful and fish filled Myafcka River continues to be ever.popular with !the !happy residents.

And Just a mile away are the healthful waters of Warn Mineral Springs. Al frailer Acres, .
you really know you're enjoying your freedom years. t

Why not drive out today! Or on (the weekend The owners are at !tie entrance-office from i :

FREE GIFT Merry Christmas Carols, TRUE BALANCEThe 10 to 5 daily and Sunday. Ask for Boris Kaye or Gene Crayson..They'd like to I oed jw

an exclusive LP record with four great : and will be delighted to shoe you around. Toul be glad yoi came. I :
artists performing your Christmas favorites seals \
of confidence balance
MolUehome Sites from S129S Waterfront from $1795$ j I I rt
free simply for open
, yours lr on your trust In your doctor and
ing a Christmas Club with us! your faith In our registered pharmaciitt. Terms: 10% Down-Up T.5 Tears TtPay . 1 '

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ase ancw.aoa
medical scIence li available hereto i

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r_ BOWLINGCyro.s ;,; With 33-20 Verdict Over Mooney Tie In LVMGA To Meet ,For Title ; .


Blind BogeyIn The Sarasota County Junior ship while the only hope for I
High School Conference foot. Venice is a win. Brookside is

Venice and Cardinal Moon. Mooney a break at the Ven termlned Indian defense ball title will be at stake this 3.1.1 on the season and the

ey High Schools treated some ice It and in six plays Hol- For the second tame In a the blind bogey event afternoon when the Ll'l In. U'l Indians are 212. An

Lanes Myakka\ Lanes I 1,000 fans to a pro-type SCOPin leran had scored his second row Henne was the leading held last weekend by the dians of Venice Junior High earlier meeting this year between

;; duel here Friday night as touchdown of the game He round gainer for Venice with Men's Golf Association at the are at home against Brook- the two title contend.

Asa P.ht L..,.. Jack. M"" .,... Drat. Domin oo.d, tbl t.dlu the Indians overcame a carried over from the three 128 yards In 15 carries for an Lake Venice Golf Club, Bill side Junior High of Sarasota. ers ended in a 13-13 deadlock.
"Ao., 014 $41 t EA (LUhu1u. E!: .I.>.oU? Tm meet"110..1.. 01 the Cougar eleven 33-20 and Peden netted Cox and Bill Horton tied for Kickoff time is 4
,.cod H_ 101 .d loa, ,' ,,.. with limia of scrappy then booted the extra 8.5 average. MIn p.m Venice's only defeat came "
",''' UU.A /',",. PI.. Mohll. 11..81-01. and a UI "''* Wilil hpoaud .. to extend their current win point to narrow it to 14-13. eight attempt for a 6.7 first with 70's. There were A victory or a tie will give at the hands of Sarasota.

":, wt19,1 :'. a0/na'ndEobB OIIdle.p .dold' .b. 0 bl. UI streak to four. For the 1964 The Coupars were penalized average seven ties for 76, the second the Barracudas the championLadies' Brookside dropped a 6-0 decision

'_0 110.. Hnrd IUVA and 15YX1. uHepoceI0..ew; ,,"Oh.dH.: : r.b Diet.. season, it was the sixth Venice 15 yards on the runback of The game's leading rusher number. They were Guy Ben- to McIntosh a team

'd";.Irv, Inn,,',! II U $I-yawv: :\ Ion?i' .MrlT with' ..."">""" 0 of h.nulc.p 26.iga lh.t !.dd"? 0 l victory In eight starts their kickoff and the Indians was Holleran with 133 yardsIn nett, K. W. Ertckson, Gene the LI'I Indians vanquished

':..Hmmr.1Y.77.. Florida U Wrk.An uR& .Io 10 Lok. the Ulli and lro- The loss dropped the Sara- were in business at the Moon. IS carries for an average Rayburn, Reg Roper, Doc Day by a 20-0 score last week. .w

"" ... 01 C..lln. 80wlor. Wart 01 Tab.. pFdty4he., women and IT Bota-bssed school to a 3-5 ey 45. On the first play, Hen. of 8.3 yards. He added nine Evans, Les Lovelace and Bob Today's schedule will end I
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a."'M cord- H.... Laala. U.Ann. .- .II,,, bo for t.ho lwrn.m.nt b. Win. chart. Mooney II Class C and ne broke clear on a block by yards on pass receptions and Handley. Event the season for all four con.ference
4b .l Jen i Fiudnl k Rhh k! "Inuu,,,,We the" moot.Wk. 0.1 Ortben tho Week" title Venice Is Class A. Haskins and raced all the win "ran back kickoffs for 38 yards In the 9-hole division the members. Sarasotaand

'.ntinkwJ B L neS.i7 and 4A6t Wood'x'. .J.I"o 'l'ull. ... .eond and Rlhkin Venice never trailed In the to up it to 20-13. Stahl's kick (for a total production of 180 winning score was 38 and the By 'Seniors'Th McIntosh will meet lit

,1ctaI1 Lo.o..,. 181 .nd 1 Lwn..Bl16 I loud'"''''''' to.""the Nul.l'' ", "'n"n.''"K Irw' ,'. U.Mirkow-4 f.l "ame, but led '11413 and was wide on the conversion yards for the night. following four tied: Jack Ho- special Ladies' Day Sarasota with the winner I '

,0'V.6b.r:: I n.unno. AV.nar 1410: wr' .ron..nd; CL' l".Jn., war I 26,20 at various stages. The attempt. The 20-polnt total by Mooney gan, Alex Reid, Ev Brown held by the Seniors Monday earning a third-place berth
Jd.: :M, 04L.::.r or IM Pr thin!.. fSni"* "" .: lhr- 'h thtUrm Indiana took the opening kickoff The third Venice touchdown was the most scored and Bob Courier Morning Breakfast Group at ,

,: ,., ia SUllaRey a and Hirman will Join the I and drove 67 yards in nine ''If the quarter came on a 19- against the Indians this sea The special event of the the Lake Venice Golf Club I
_, Viola Rialaurant, A.rlr. S.utimb.r ..Inn..., Cora Uivlln and plays, with left halfback Ter yard from Quarterback II
SouUi.nl < .rrr Ouka, on tha honor pass son and the 179 yards gainedIn association to be played today ran Into conflict with the Hospital OURCAP
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1811' Lola OBmdhnerII monthly wtnnen to roll fee the ry Haskins going the final Ray Joelson to left end Nick rushing was also the high. tomorrow and Saturday, Auxiliary Volunteer's I ,

and. Trail Stamping Coin, Laundry cal| Clarrnoa, toll prlne"I\owl.. 01 lho Yr." Util bat three for the touchdown Harper after I short Cougar est mark by a Venice oppon will be a two-ball best-ball bridge party and as a result !

..1)ow.lI.vui. Raalaurant K20i Cycle a Rusty Stahl, up from the jay. punt was downed on their 35. ent in that department. competition with the players only 10 lady golfers turnedout. }j
"r, cantar 1704. Standing Irall All layer' wdi. dew 10.' a Thnnk. 1 ec>i, kicked the extra point Stahl's kick was good for the selecting their own partnersand There were 36 men par '\ .
laundry 1II-10, Southern Spring4".tainilnr "on .n. ru. .orh less I THE STATISTICS '
;:| :2-14 and: South Van-:: Ibis' 1'01.1. by ownen. 'idly" 10 put Venice ahead, 7-0, with extra point but the Indians signing the entry sheet in ticlpants so it too't ome juggling -by- I
.Ana VolunUar Fir* Dorarlm.nlI4 and Alurph M Gad I 7.07: remaining in the first were penalized back to the 17 Mooney Venice the pro-shop before going off to hook everybody up in a Bill ,' '
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'Ir.nt.il < havralat' Mliad. Janet mfr n..nk.ol.nEplOl.. .,.. The ensuing kickoff went version. A pass for the second! Yds. Rushing 179 237 of the association The event was a four-ball PIli cntl. Since your children :, .

t ulllnf and, Knulawood 4f,I i Bob I'n.Btephanann' and (.n Heallng-loollng-e- C.r,. out of bounds and! the Cougars try was batted down. Yds. Passing 34 68 are reminded that a general best-ball match and first were 7, they have been ; 'I

Walar, I0> and 168)) Jack llulJJ Bet.y Wyckoff, Venlea' :.Matlonan, 1141: took over on their own 40. Mooney got back in the ball Total Yardage 213 305 meeting of the membership place was won by the four. o: ':lag up driving habits and

,',, Printing Krltnara.lest Printing.Ingl.wood 1091:Savlnira Halt. II.Polly.. 1911.Handara.il.Herold ..VnleaNukoml.Btanrl.rd ..I II Ve.loe.N.. fourteen ploys Inter, Mooney fame on the first series of Pass Attempts 11 7 has been called for 7.30: p.m., some of Olive Arnell Albin 'am: 'en from you. Their

nd Loan tiff BtandlnTai Don Baul I lock took, 111-678 Vml.e Bt.lion. quarterback Bob Smlthers downs in the second half. Pass Completion 5 4 Tuesday, Johnson George Flssler and tter d: 'v'' \I' will closely pat.
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bula' UVi. Englawoor) Ban .ro. e7e. Hood' Dory 2871. tlUnd passed to halfback Tim Holleran the touchdown Had
: and Loan tS'f-ll": and Paynai In.., Heat n' 's 40.110 VeniceNokoml Hoi. was Pass Int. 0 1 W. F. Grant with a low net of tern your own habits Set a
22-14. Bowlon' of thatTVflliry Hunk 28-111, Hood Dairy leran for the score. Holleran's maker with a 55-yard quick Fumbles Lost 0 1 26. jood example for them by
... Faaalw wd 'HadBar.. Stahl l'/4-14S .MadgaPowrra. 176114, mil kick was wide and Venice led opener. He added the conversion Punts 3/29 0 I Justine Steussy Second place, with a low being
4 lot 6781 Lirry Blvena, loll Don stopping at top signs,
M :TvaToradala. Tnnra... It H ath. 102 Bill Douglaa, 1M for by a 7-4 count. to give him 20 points for Penalties 43 35.S : net score of 28, went to Fran courteous, and wearing your

u Bobble Gdff High I'!. C alnila.lira-N I o Apt of,, handicap Monday"Bowler AI......of. Ladlea the wack"- Maya I Steve Bradley took the the night. Score by quarters: Heads Golfers Naegele H. Benjamin, Ev seat belt.

I 7 ih.htah way.a.rlaa with 4H1J coma and alui Ra.mu>..., bavemora Furnltura' 1711 Cougar kickoff on his own 25 Venice couldn't score In the Mooney . . . 877 0-20 Brown and B. Helse
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,.l:, a! t6. waak, CI., ..N4. Ant Mildred B.nn Uarchlona, Reataurant, and ran it back 31 yards to third period but Joelson culminated Venice ... ... '119 0 7-33 Mrs. Justine Steussy U the Third at 29 was Terry Hat. Make a traffic mistake in

,01.irNJo and 6Apt&Y/ -1AIro, !1.ShoM H. I.12-8..., 168-4421: .Marchlona Waah' HmiM lU.taur.nl, 1Mb. ,Itand-, ttttrnglawood he Mooney 44. Fullback a 64-yard sustained Scoring: new president and treasurerof ton Don Fraley Cecil Reich. Germany and you'll probablyget

io, E.tlt'e Uaed I Can '. the .
,4.11.f watching tha having",.. alohudIt'lon bowl. laurant tied 11-4.and Loolu Marchlona Sinonaon, Ra and picked up 35 yards in quarter with a quarterback Stahl kick good. Course Women's Assn. All of the players are anxiously "educational honk" on '

Bill, Oh". ...l... Oil l I,..aMllll. 171, Lea Chadwlck 111. Elaanor Flow. lour plays down to the eight sneak from the one. Stahl's! V-Peden. 8-yard run; Stahl She was elected at the or looking forward to the old horn. I
.- D'wnu, U",.. City "to." .n 881. from' where right halfback trusty toe provided the final] kick good. reopening of the first nine Share the road. Keep your '
It Wendell L... Kay Aganoy, 19\1 I Ia Snvlioft 11'.t. Conditioning ganization meeting Monday of lane. \
K MI,:, L.. Ky ".en... 461) Ru..r Tom Hamra Ton Hamm Builds, 2211, Paul Peden scored on the next point of the game. V-Henne, 45-yard run' ; for the winter season. which has been closed since car in the center your '
bk Jolly II., 1161 Rey ...., Tom Ryan Pint National Hank, 1185971 Avoid unnecessary lane
f play. Stahl's kick was good The Cougars threatened the kick failed. the replanting of the fairwaysIn
2IM, Taam atandlngat Grua.tr ; Tom Hamm Builder, 10081, Flrat Other officers are Miss straddle two J
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.w' Jolly R> anflu. National Reek 1131. Slandlng.1 PlntN.tien.l again and now it was a 14-6 next time they got the ball V-Harper, 14-yard pass June The reopening is changes never
,' .. w'I Step 12-11, : iII:.. of Hank, It-IOl, Radford Contnictlon ball driving 63 yards in 15 plays from Joelson pass failed. Doris Kenner, secretary and scheduled for Sunday Nov. lanes. When cornering don'tswing 'f j
wok. I Emily Loa and Roes Muhtut ( I4.12i t Eplttler BnthmDryw.ll ' game. ; publicity chairman Mrs wide and don't cut :
fl-H Jim Black SOI, Jim Intercepted Pass down to the Venice four where V-Joelson, 1-yard run; ; 29, and will be the occasionof
Phillip f.rd MI." Gar.id. S.nd.r. lol.Dawey. Motley 200, Mlk.. I An intercepted pass gave I they were stopped by the de- Stahl kick good. Dolly Hedeen and Mrs. Edna a special party, which will corners Keep in the right !
Kluk Olaon Bakary 174 .nd Uolaih 101 BUI Leraw 208 Jack Bul.I. Olney handicap committee; hand lane when practical and
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BIII '.. .IIt l ;"Tramporta. lock 101. Art Wyla 111 BIU Pindar Include golf starting at 1:30:
11.II, 2001. Al,d'IT:.: Vanloa:; Cam. 5It.. ... and Mrs. Jessica Reed and p.m. on the new nine and a return to the right hand lane ,
.t |27l South Florida Conitructlonrn Terry Sourbaar, Fi.h.rmaia Mrs. Catherine Goemaat after passing i,
2284. Tram .landing.! OLonaIcirr Wharf, tU, m. 208 for lei catered dinner at 5 p.m, Reservations "
2 -12, W. T. Grant 14'...li'iil Fluherman'a Wharf, 042-2604 Dtand- tournament committee. should be made Immediately What's a new car? Its fall
RoTal Dnrh. (. '. Bowlara of thahi Inn. Smlll,', llecfoiilan' 2ll Ponrl- VHS Here Tomorrow Night with the leaves starting to
/t each
> Pat Camay and Rogar Tptton.lia.nl ,ra Liquor. It'' ..11'", Taylor Hard- Play will be at a m. in the pro-shop so
liS-14'i. Ron Toon lit, Kermit come down, and football in
Wlraa *- Gartnida KI..k..rdoro. war Thursday at Venice East Golf that final arrangements for
1>4 and 4111 Wanlm 146I Moor, /n Don Snlttler 201, BohPeanon the dinner be the air, and a good heater to
218 Course. can completed
'::I ulnrli,1241. 20-K Standing, Matrona'Warden 18-11 IMS..n4'm Stahl 111, Bud, Georga bee.lh.rn Laonard till,119.Herman, Bill keep out the cold winds. It'sa ,
"' 1121. Bowler or the weak I M. Uuka 218, Art Ruuall all, Larry Johnaon North Fort thrill each time you step on
MyersVenice
Dukia. Qlnny Bnihakar male new.ihnotlnf n0.Bmec Against the '
the gas open door bragto
r a trlplkat of lit, 120J Yndln.Judy Noldar, Dora
121.Mutnla. J.J.n... Norwood Roofing, 1781, j your friends about your :
Joa Klaak II........ 2201I Linda Vraeland, Cunaral T.lephona, ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION new Ford. Its a dream on
1711 Englawood NurMry, Ml! Artl.tlaBeauty School's Indians On with 54 points Is East action. Indians
top league The
I Perrln Maaona 1211 CraftamenII Silon 2"U.' Rtandlnnl Engla' High wheels, that's all your. Pickup
8 Standlnni<111', ", I24>Ruffian.and Hainn I.1H,I M.I9. wood Nunary. .nd Blalock, In.ur.nca, will end their home foot. Bay of the Tampa Bay Con are 6-2 on the season and your dream from BILL t I

M n. 1H-11 and Marten 14-la. Bowler Fh tied+t H'4-ll'i Fadaral Saving I.a>bury and Realtor.Loan 21-17 anilNorwood ball season tomorrow night ference. Should Venice win North Fort Myers is 3.5. PHILLIPS FORD, right herein i
f .In, ..... Goo... J._ Knnflnr. lid 22-17. against North Fort Myers in tomorrow night and again on MAINTENANCE .
Venice has four Venice.
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rlln' Balea, Jallrra. rolled high "In- Larrr Jnhnion, Air ControlProducW the second meeting this year Thanksgiving over winning streak going this season Ever seen a ear with a
r>, at I'. and high atria of leIi i IZtllH-tOBi: K'y InrirancaAirenw. Between the two White Sands High and East Bay and has not lost a home LIGHTING SUPPLIES "U.S.a in front of the license
.thy ftllwn. Daputlia. Itl .nd 404: .{!igl. Standlnni I Fngla.
lose their finale Thanks.
',inllchm 714 and 1091 Si.nrllni.i' wood: u1I Garvlca 2e14.18'4, Fngla.: Conference members. on game[ in the past seven two number on the plate? That
ociltln I''', Ralllffa ll-K. Dhpateh. wood Laundry. and Bay Vl.ta Kaitaurant. The game will not affect giving Day against Brandon last season and five this year. was a U. S. Senator's car.
1 Id-It and Truitana 1010. B.wlen'the tied 21-17! Petal T..... and the conference but -then Venice would be the ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. .
standings officials
wok Cathy Wlbon .nd D.I. tapa H.... tied 11.15. Brae. Coldw.1Ilid. Both teams are expected tobe Many states give elected
' Duffy Gear 202 Al etmtrom will go a long way in determining ; district winner and become in conditionfor special plates. "C" of.

Many United States agricultural 200 20(1 Duana Hob Harn Bhoik 200 toe,, Hugh Tom Parry Muauley 100. i the District I Two representative 'eligible for a post-season I the top game physical, which is sched- ''j Bate & Cockrill: / Streets Phone 488.67941 I ten stands for a representa .
Tommy Grunwall Lock and Kay pickid in the Class A playoff. tive.fcarSMaaSfilSi '
products are barteredor up the almou ImpoMlul., 4-4 .pllt. Venice is uled for 8pm, l
regional playoffs. '
8.mm..'. !Nunary "..U. Shock The Indians won over worth
strategic defense materials Hamilton Home., 148-211 for 6101! In second place in the region. Fort Myers, 25.T, in the sea
about $1,5 billion worth Illlly G..., WUhing Wall 120-244, for al standings with 50 points son's opener for both elevens i
knee, 1581, Partrlrlga Harbar Chop 0070 p pnhhlng
1954. Wall, tftri7. Btanrllnnl V. Since that time the Red
natlan .r.onA .R.tulllgan: BoftWatar Station l-t04i, Auatln Shock.: CoOp Knights have posted conference .
and Hamilton Station 114181! Coop Station ,
Horn.. tied 14-18 Laa Fry. 868-2838 litndtnl Co-Op Station wins over Charlotte and
Myakka Lanes Flnt Federal Saving, and Loan, 228BawMM !
10-10, Craig Founoma 17-11. VenleaGaa Southeast while Venice downed .
181 for 6611 E.lek Wlohln. Co. 14-18. ".aI.. Ruaaall 187 MilHa -
THANKSGIVINGSPECIAL Well 206, Bob'Shrod... ", ..1... Rochavllla 148, Harriett Handrll Riverview and Palmetto in
Le 147 Ll. Swbhar 118. Dew Motlay
Smln' non KSFrya 176.IM Chuck Taylor' 188-tOO, Art Grand
Dolt Born_ P.rly' Ruaaall 1(4.
111.108-208 for /001 I Loa for Opening
n..1 Homo BI._ laairanea Agency AHca anenioyable r
Station, 2(5-81l PuraOrtSlitlMl
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: O\IOl\ I. Grant Martin, Vanloa Motors 186-4701 Ber- I ,

( Make up I party and . Roll.. 1041-l Homa 2t Doll.. Sidto 21-11. HondI'I.k'! FarkyFuneral "''tConstruction net*! Shoe.Domln, ,In.Duncan, 1008-IM8.Chavrolet BtaJidtngalDuncan , 171600 GOLF

PI. V Pu0.ee. Chevrolet 194. Wolfert Man day of
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RENT A LANE 16-18. Peg Slack 170 Madga tlnlilng' It-It Whltaakart Koln Klean ;
Emma Volt 171, Kay and Vanlea Motors, tied., 14-111' Hen "
-- Power 178.177 Richard Shield. 101. Mel runt' Henrlrlg' aub>tltuta, 187] Plain. TRY HANDY HARDWARE
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per H<>....... Hilda Johnaon, Wlm. 181 Lavarda Joaakel 177 Angle SARASOTAGOLF
from 10 A.M. to Noon man' Heal I Batata. 1811, Vara Dart, Qaraak 171. Pat Rill 171.
Wlmmen'/ Real Euu7lt, Southern Seta, High Scheal Linda If.... CLUB
-- Iniulallon.. 646! Wimtnan'/ Real Y.- 171 Bonnie Bett 886 Jim Slk... 122618 -
ONLY $2.00 hour .".10 IMS Standlnir! Cor.'. Calami. *. BUI Hlg.1 111, Leonard Cran DAILY GREEN Of; South Trail I
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II, .Immora' RIOI I"AIaIo ... 110 A watch. game. with the juniorbowlera
from Noon to 7:30: P.M. Venmi.n G.rden. II-U. Li.ekhee of Bowl...... Lanea In St.Petanliurg .. FEES . OO.Ul in the Schaftler's Furniture Building
I.L haa been arranged for Sunday
-- '7hlr.I\"n\ .::= ed Edith D... 6, 1(64. They. will returr Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
nltller 160. Kat Anderson. 40T, Tom h. ..."'h bON on Pnndq. Dun 1t.
SCOTCH Ryan 18 John McLaunhlln 200.560 1814, SoUl .."'h. .III ho At 4 10 lh..Il..n. i South of Sarasoteffife77.7 ,
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: By MARGUERITE PETERSON REP. JAMES A. HALE moralizing; that a common ence of the America ,
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Federal Bureau ot Investigation feature of all was that they Among the more nffl
4 '4 More than 600 members of: There were many items NPC Community Center. Al study of seven major originated in a minor incidentIn matters is the empffl
I ; the Civic Association of North that could be used as gifts reservations must be made by city riots In the United StatesIn which police were Involved report places on "Ib,
Fort Charlotte'are eligible to and all the booths did a good 12 noon today so the committee recent, months Concludes and showed no evidence of less attack on ,aU eon.tIbde IeII!
I .' vote today on new officers job 'of selling, Mrs Frank in charge of arrangements that they were .'a senseless prior planning; that. nc.'lal authoritywithout. uf\IOae
I '. for the coming year. Carroll .wss general chair will know how manyto attack on all constituted authority tensions were a contributory object'-' bY younger I
t The board of directors man and others working with prepare for. without purpose or factor in the rioting but that I cans. Any h6ughtfulS
p :' :j meets this morning at 9:30: at bee were Mrs. Joe Fox baked Mrs. Gordon Blend is object" that they were "not the riots were not race riots" :' er of the conternPoI'Ir"
\ the Community Center :to" goods; Mrs; Mary Weith, chairman of the committeeand race riots" and were not Inspired "in the accepted meaning, 'American scene race
; I : make plans for the coming Christmas gifts; Hattie Poole, those working with her by organized Communists since both Negro firms and that this 1s a dl..
I meeting on Wednesday, Nov wishing well; Mrs Louise are Mrs. Ruth McWiUlams, although individual Com.munlsU Negro policemen were among '111 gnawing at the very
25. Hallen white elephant booth; Mrs. Robert Innes and Mrs. led In tome of them.If the targets of the violence;' of American life ,
;I i Voting today will be at the Mrs. Leona-McKibben: radio- Wilfred Churchill. THE MOCKINGBIRD anybody else had Mid that "youths ranging Ire age I :This disease can be a*
Community Center fromii gramarMra, Claire Sal veah, -- WAS DESIGNATED THE OFFICIAL STATE BIRD OF FLORIDA these things, the report would up to the middle 20','Were ,. eoV-oiu: 'the.surface it It
p : ..m. 'til 8 p'.m.: luncheon booth and numerous I The Jim Gardner Club BY THE 1W7 LEGISLATURE. KNOWN FO ITS ABILITY TO not be accepted at face value dominant elements In the .1 by better police tralnta"
other :members the club meeting was held at the Community rioting, with many of them police.work ?
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ALLY -indeed would be laughed
I SONGS OF OTHER BIRDS, IT IS A VALUED It
I Members arid guests oj Me, helping .to make it a most Center'last Thursday. IMITATE at. And even with the FBI being school dropouts; and But the basic proS ,
I : : Boat Club will gather at 6:30: memorable''occasion Twenty-eix members enjoyeda IN MAN'S BATTLE AGAINST HARMFUL INSECTS. and its highly respected Director that the riots were not a II youthful disrespect font
I \ p.m. fore Covered Dish Supper covered dish dinner. Mr. J. Edgar Hoover saying direct result of civil rights sty, encouraged by adult
L ::1 'I : preceedlng the regular The New England Club will Coy VanAtta, newly elected Florida Phos hate,? ? .9MlF"r silelb these things, the report :U protests.If tudes and festering socto kti,,
business meeting at 7:30.: meet tomorrow afternoon at president, presided at the AS AN ORGANIC COMPOUND, ALSO IS HIGHLY EFFEC- going to be accepted at something the findings, If correct, !economic sores In man,o g,
: After: the meeting the club' 2 o'clock; at the Community business meeting. The program TIVE IN CONTROLLING BUGS, WORMS AND OTHER DESTRUCT.VE leap than face value bya are encouraging in that they II -cannot be cured just b ,
..I 1 : will entertained by the Center. All New Englanders chairman, Mr. Law PESTS. I '#/' vast number of Americans disclose no evidence of planned llcemen and priaoni
I North Port Charlotte Kitchen from Port Charlotte North rence Stickler, showed two particularly because this issn subversion and were not long-range answer UM hi b
k ; I Band. Port and the surrounding films on health and drugs. election I year and the rioting rice riots as such, they nevertheless 'ter education and rwuiS
j --o- area are invited to attend and Hostesses were Mrs. Horn- and violent crime in the point up some facts Improved economic opw!
I I The North port Charlotte get acquainted. Cards will tr Houck, Mrs. Cordon Blend streets of our major cities which should. _stir the consci ity.
: ""I Volunteer Fire Department Follow the business meeting. and Mrs. Herbert Topping have become a campaign is ...;.;,;; -
: Assn. will hold its annual -o- The next meeting will be on J -
; : meeting on Monday. Nov. 30 Special Thanksgiving Day Thursday, Dec 10 and will sue.There already Is a great
I I at 7:30: p.m. at the Community services will be held at the be the Christmas Party with deal of criticism that the Federal rent from
a car
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I I Center to elect new officers First Presbyterian Church a SOc gift exchange Bureau of Investigationwhich ,
I, : I for the year 1963. All participating next Thursday from 1:30: 'till -o- normally Is completelyaloof
; members and firemen 10:30: a.m. The Greater PittsburghClub has
, A Thanksgiving Day will hold Its dance and from politics so big
are urged to attend the covered been led to make a report we gp
I " I meeting.. dish turkey dinner will be games party this Saturday which will be used undoub- .
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-- served to members of the night at 7:30 at the Commun-
in effort to'refute
tedly, an
1 "' The Ladles Auxiliary, WWII church and their guests at the ity Center the Republican ticket's charges cause we' charge so little
:. I Veterans, Barracks 2743 held that the Democrats are

I!' '. Tuesday their meeting of the on month the second since somehow responsible) for Among the "Big 4" in car rental, ECONOLAR Is First
Venice East ; these violent outbursts. In Savings' Rent a Vgllant' or other Chrysler'bullt
I ,1: their regular meeting date WrOTEE LEt But the fact remains that ;;from as little as 3e9'. I"cludinll"lIl1Cf oil. 'Inaur ter.
t I fell on election day. the FBI has for years been snce, Beet belts;.Cii for inquiry, pickup or delivery
\ Two past presidents were By SALLY STUBBS the nation's most respected
t honored with past president's
I law-enforcement agency and ECCCSI
The East Commun-
Venice Henry Vohwinkle.
pins. They were Mabel Hale
its director the nation's most
t j I )} i and Clare Rutherford. Five ity Assn. held its November A social hour followed the By MARK STIRES and PAUL PFEUFFER respected of both
new members were obligated meeting Monday night in the business meeting with Mary enemy
j t i ;; to the Auxiliary, they were offices of the U. S. Land Co. Funk and Sophie Davis actIng Field trips to the Ringllng elected president- or the Honor crime and communistic infillrstion
.Thue, it to I.
I seems
me.
.' i Corrlne Riley, Ruth Hess, The nominating committeeheeded as hostesses. Art Museum are being plan Society. Her assistants are 3f1l
I it is to brush
impossible
h 1''I ., Sara Lowstetter, Ruth Red by Mr, Elmer Hedeenlubmitted -- ned so the art department Vice President Pierce ElcHtir just
off the FBI
report as
\' ding! and Florence Flinn. I a ballot of officers Recent visitors at Mr. and students can see copies of the berger and Secretary-Treas Jtlcal campaign document a po-,
.. The installation of officers for the coming year and the Mrs. Edwin Hansen's homeon works of famous artists urer Phyllis Free. The soil
there is little doubt
win be held at the Dec. 1 entire slate was unanimously Sandhurst Drive were Mr. whose lives are being studiedby ety is planning to hold;* although .. ",' 'AUTO'
that it will be used
''t'l j meeting and Madia Sheffert accepted by the members. and Mrs. Frank Holtham the students.0. dance soon :-= I What the report so found, In : GULF GARDEN CENTEBI
will Officers for 196 are: presi- I
!, third district president, from Levallet, N. J. The Han- -- ' brief, was that the riots oc
(! { I be installing officer. lend, Mr. Raymond Watson; lens report the Holthams The newspaper staff wishes
hundred curred in cities where there I
'" P){ Members of the Barracks vice-president, Mr. B, Charles were seriously Interested In to congratulate Miss Ann Me- 'One sixty eight I VENICE.SHOPPINS'CENTER: PH. 489-101
economic
"i I Zimmey secretary, Mrs. Wilbur Venice Junior High .tude sappeared existed social and .
will be guests at this meetIng ; this area for home In the Dowell and her students for ''de-
w F, Funk treasurer, Mr. on WFLATV'"Jf) conditions which were .--
-i ; near future. the fine work, they are doing 1 -
Herbert Erich; and for a -o- on behalf of Smoke Signals Time" Saturday afternoon,
:, The Hobby Club of North three-year term as trustee, New residents in Venice the school newspaper. Each Nov .7. -..:
,, Port Charlotte now has O Mrs. Joseph Schuster. East are Mr. and Mrs. Henry month the students submit Four chartered busesj-left ,.1 ; ., ;:
I j ': II members and these ladies Mr. James Smith, the outgoing dington Road. The Voh-- Ideas for a cover and cartoons the school campus at noon '., .
can find many hobbies to president, automatically winkles have visited ni this for the paper which add and arrived at the studios ,
i keep them busy and to occupy becomes a member of the several color and interest to its appearance about 3 p.m. On the program;,
area years and we
their leisure time. They oard> of trustees, that decidedto several schopj .students <<
they
are happy
I I meet each Wednesday morn. The president will make make Venice East their - interviewed about'the city: }
tog at 9:30: at the Community the appointments of the various home. Mr. Vohwinkle was Group pictures of most ot Venice and ,. Venice Junior
1, i Center to work and exchange committees before the formerly associated with the students have been taken High At the half point of the
ideas wtih friends. next meeting. Plans were discussed for the school yearbook. A program, the cheerleaders
'{' 't, r for the Christmas Reber-Mundt, the oldest photographer of the printing end majorettes did their rou FOR OUR \
I I, ; Aoproxlmale v 60 ladies! attended party and final arrangementswill brokerage house in Buffalo firm spent the day taking tines. .
r cI'j ." the Woman's Club be decided by the entertainment N. y photos, of all the clubs and organizations .< .r- .
committee headedby -- Junior Vickie Becker and Randy / .4\
"I' Luncheon last Thursday at at High
f >4 ff; I a the Community Center. The Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs W. C. Powers, -0- Willis won the dance contest, 11r .
t' sneaker was Mrs. Florence Davis. ' from Dayton Ohio, were here The Junior High Chorus, which Is one of the featuresof
d ..? ,j" Girvin, a noted fashion au. Mr. Smith announced that last week looking over their under the direction of Mr the television dancing pro
,,.. i w thority. the auto tags bearing "Venice lot on Algiers Street in Venice Fultz, has 120 students this gram. rd.
Plans were made for the East" are available and freeto East. We hope this means year. The accompanists who Last year- Venice Junior
I December 10 meeting to be all residents of Venice the time is getting near 'when assist Mr. Fultz are Mary High came in second on Hi '
I a Christmas Party and Mrs. East. They can be picked up they will build and move Kelly, Andy Aldrich, Sue Time as "School of tbsr ANNIVERSARYoffers
Helen Johnson will be In at the U. S. Land Co. office. down here. I. Orem) and Sharon Smallen- Year," and the students hoed
i charge of the musical. An announcement made by ber,. this year the Venice schdbl
I' I :: tr.. Edward Tracy was at the -- will come in first. Mrs. Andrew
l I' I I The Wom-; : Club Annual suggestion made by Mr. Mc. Snoooers Elect Miss Jacqueline Bucher has ,' Mr. Ball, Miss Hunt
i Bazaar held Saturday at the iamara. Postmaster at the been chosen new assistant art and Mr. 'AI Budner of the '
Community Center was S South County branch post of- This EveningThe teacher at the school. Miss school faculty were the chap* {
huge success. All the tables fice. The suggestion was Bucher has stated she likes erones. :3
were full during the lunch that people wrap their Christmas Venice Grouper Snooper the school very much and When returning, the four
hour and the ladies had a delicious packages, bring them into Scuba Diving Club will hold thinks the students are all buses for in
I ,, i menu planned. The be weighed and stampedand its November meeting tonight willing to work with her.o stopped supper
baked goods table was loaded then they could mail at 7:30: at the Venice Branchof - Sarasota, and proceeded 3cj
I I with delicious pies and cakes them at the proper time, thus Sarasota Federal Savingsand Shelia Doody has been Venice arriving at 7:30: p.m.:
with cookies galore. Many of avoiding a stand-in-line when Loan.
1 the I ladies brought their husbands the Christmas rush starts. This meeting, the annual i.
} "I I since this Is an excellent New members of the Association election of officers meeting,
''r 1 place for lunch. are Mr. and Mrs. will be for members only.
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port Charlotte war The consecrated during special laid during! worship' services on Feb. 9 this obi 8 ft. cord.Saf-t- guard I'
services Sunday. church was organized year. Highlight of the consecration swlmh REG. 690 75 TABLETPhillips y
two yean ego with 67 members in the con. was the plantation of' the ceremony Selected I quality
gregation and ground for the new sanctuary to James A. Chaney, Board keys of Trust.to the church chairman ONLY 1 1193 Tablets mirror of genuine t''

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By EUGENE ,GILBERT ed: "If a person owns his I age regulations. Seventy per '
own car he tends to spend cent felt that youngsters BMMerel/M' aratay > BallPoint BallPoint ALUMINUM WHII
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President, ) .
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more time on It than if it should not be able to get driv I .NI TklNa TI"KtTTI.1MADt
Research, Inc. were the family car" A girl ers' licenses until they are well Op** say. '=7"_; ) ) ( .V raeoussheerasOepeseP '

Teen-agera' challenge the from Island Park, N. Y.-15. 17 and over. Ten per cent WI'" ..,II. .-.., > I | > "Mima CAPACITY" souAARTT I
year-old Candy Cannizzaro expressed no opinion either ....... '- '
I urge that itudenU who own C. t. It f Svalaa. ) ) 500 TO. ATSQUICKLY. ; I
utomobilei tend to get, poor made a distinction between way. Seemingly, then teenagers Pen '( > Pen INAM.LI .
.rude,, boy car Owners and girl car are not in agreementwith ( rrtIL HAN- 1
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Of the 1240 boys and girl, owners She said that boy's authorities about when $683 b $( > i
I questioned about the sub- schoolwork might be affected they should be permitted to air rOLISHED IINISH.COMPAM .
'ct, 67 percent thought the "because they seem.to spendtoo drive, but not In the way you E 23c 13CR 93C TO
while think believe the
harge was not true What's much time on autos might They $1.4 VALUES
lore, the percentage rose tQ girls use them mainly for authorities permit them to _
transportation" drive when they are too
) per cent when we asked
.ic 140 who own care whether Some interesting statistics young.
turned up on the matter of Eighteen-year-old Carolyn OSTERIZER I.
iey themselves got .
poor be of Palo Verdes, .h ;
licenses
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'tates'lawand Calif thought
jlos of their own. Actually, obtained according to ,
when the should be put on drivers LIQUEFIER- antic
teenagers young ,
bout half of all the students ,
should be available What restrictions "They ) Folding '
jeried had drivers' licenses, think licenses < :
While more than 78 percent should be made to pay for ?
it most of them did their '
of those questioned can their Insurance and gas and BLENDER '
riving in family cars. kIl Drinking
legally obtain licenses in their upkeep of the car. This would J\ rp \ /
Jerry Anataett, 17, of Lynn .
wild drives and ..."l C.. Plastic.
" Kan., explained that "a states at 16 or under only discourage J lre ee wR.er.laaea.
with those aimless driving." * Cup ; >
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'II cars tend to get poor 2 Honeycombs .. ... .... . ,.. 5 Saccharin 'A 23 Suppositories 23cWESTINGHOUSE
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"" are generally poor stu J Dean Martin . . .. .. ...,.... 4 l 5 Tube ,f
its anyway and :woul 8 _, "Ringo" Loren Greene ... 1 ; ;
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auxiliary will hold their Again" Peter & Gordon ? 3 leers, e.Caereaeeed pak film cartridge, pRag.in $ 93

vember meeting Saturday .. ""' 1 flash folder.With 10CLIP reuwN. CONTROLUTOATICOH.1T ,
the Venice Civia Center. $2.93T bulbs, film, batL $15.88 LATU" TO it tea RNa. $683
v 8 pm dinner will pre. I I Meal moor.. rUeTleNAN.Le. ,
I I. the and dona- eOMraaaTO
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i of 50 cents I. asked i1thAI'Restaurant THI COUPON I CLIP THIS r COUFON7Inch mace VALUSSPlut t
at and coffee will be Pc.'CADDY SET ) c f eG ] 4 '1
>bed by the ladle. Mem- or 8-Inch > (; SIESTA By Northern 1;
* and their guest are rested. 6 oHiacUrely G : MAGNIFYING
h' . to bring it covered SpecialsFRIDAY patterned ) Dress : : ELECTRIC ii H' 1

'he meeting will be feature gloss In :a > Reading BLANKET r w.".
by the annual election of Vmdyrack.W Combs I
care, Senior ViceComider DOUBLE i

.* all members Clyde W to Kammerer pay IMS SHRIMP- SAUTE .......................... 82c ONLY73c.. > 3 for9C t a Glass BED"SIZE : (I I, ,k

* now so that membership . Single Control Automatic. lightwalqlit 1 : 1
the SATURDAY- I' ,v
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$11 .33 '
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1963, IMP:
shipping 23 a billion j Complete Dinner) Qu.n i _While Suppliei. Lad Fd. Excite Tax where Applicable '/
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It 112GONDoLIER." Venice. Fla Thum Nov. 19. 1964

_._ .. THE OPEN DOORInService THE PEOPLE
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"Let's Plant A Garden"Ry


ANNIE RUTH; SUMMERS EducationAt SPEAKTo

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/ It I II always Interesting and from freezing *s well as the The IdltortX
t} j' IW In appropriate when w* have old red. The flower are a coral
friends like Mrs. Daisy Foster pink and very pretty. The Venice Hospital was very thrilled,) to
visit u* and discuss these yellow Ixora i la a more temperamental a write-up The In our Sundry I:?
: per, ?
article, Mrs. Foster whomwe plant and doe Philadelphia. inn,
consider one of the fora- not bloom aa well aa the red By RONALD T. HANSON, communication to discuss r, about Warm Minerai:
\, .. moat gardeners In our area, and pink The foliage I 18 a Administrator areas Interelatlon and to interpret Spring in the Venice are. ..
challenged m. on the fact pal green and It I Is difficultto their own Idea of responsibilities an area I Consider the flog
1 HXKrtB Or XHB ASSOCIATED raUa <_ HCMBM Of TIll fLORIDA tUtO* ASSOCIATION that I had misspelled the retain the dark green leaves Much of our time today la for patient care. KJSf spot *" aide d<<
iI Lawsonla in my last article. even when the plant 1 18 In spent !In a hospital environment A few of the many program
1 : .. ..... ..,..,.... _. .. ... ... ., that consider X "Just. had
n. P.- a et.u.d III e. r. .Iea. of all. "" . .F.AW Wr' We bad spelled it Lasonia. healthy condition. Few people defining the need forchange we are to send| u ,.
N r eel _lot .NIII... .la tbM' ,._. ad. .e Mel .earl OIIbliohad Y..e AU right. of abU..t.Io.. while at the Venice Hospital for someone who
d.o.r.l aMaa. ..... in tb ,mtmt.It At any retetitle know there 1 I. also a and the practical application > ing would 'PPrtcio
brought to Ixora as moat of tile large of these necessarycharges. In-service education art a* ate It because I low
I MWI td. brai" &tortwx, ...._ of tkto.. "....._ a MIl rrtue sad .. MtuMtoUo* b w Venlcs
I, sob (nrbldfe mttn kf WTUM tnmiMk, *. mind the interesting plants in this area war kill Research: teams follow i very much and hOpe to be
i historyof ed completely in 1937. This are constantly at work defining A formal! orientation program part of her !In the t
..bl....... inn _d.. ...! Th.n4w tim IIM4 Si MlwM. A.... tare. near "to"
thIs particular type blooms only one ar the need for changes In for all UN's which will
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StomW A. SM 4 ClM Mltur" At Pot Ottln M Vote. Florida
t plant. The twice a year. The plant grew* the health field Still other attempt to familiarise them MRS.

: I EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher common name quit large and fast and the specialists invent and develop with the department of the Ill C.Uen VIOLA SPHDEL:)
\ I. Henna flower are fragrant machines and methods designed wall their Ave,
1 ; COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager Plant. At onetime There is the giant Ilred. or to fill the described: own.hospital, u as Ridley Park, Pa,

:1 SAM DILLON .................................. New and Newsphoto Editor it was King Ixor which needs Making the results of e Review of current professional (Editor' Notes I 'Thud'

ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanical Superintendent used for making spectacular 11appear.nc.. research available to the deserving literature pertaining to yea for your tlIolIhlfu1De.1,
henna for with its wide I leaves and tarjeflower patient requires much
: our area of Interest and need Mrs epeidel. W. like
:'j\ those elegant head in a clear I vivid I of hospitals. The practical application artisle about tile
I' SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county U U per year, S3.2S per all months 12.TS Mr*. Summers ladles who red. This type U even more of new machines and e Returning UN', Aids Orderlies Springs. too Warm It I. Miprd"
per three months 10 cents per copy Out of county, $6.2 per year, ,'..ISI preferred being red-heeda. tender thin the common rod methods" keep the hospital in regularly to the classroom predated. elsewhere being re
i I : per aix months $3 per three month. Also the fragrant flowers] and 1 I. seldom seen this far a constant state of change. for orientation of new lisa of ne In thl'
Adwtlunl a.pr.et.ava. l fl Ia.MU. PtMl awvWk. GllKV'lll FILl I Arrk.. .r ..... were used In making of a fine north In the state. Adopting the change as a procedure and equipment GONDOLIER).

I I "-twe.Nr..-N._.. York.. .-, -NY.--, ..AIa... .. ..Go.- ..I Dwroll- -Hl...l .. -- -. .. _ ____ perfume for the fairer sex. At one time in the Grove matter of policy t I Ill organration C Planned Institute! put on
I Today we use it for foundation Arboretum located in Laurel simple.' Adapting the by .IIP.rllm the field. To Th Editor: :
plantings in our garden Shores, we planted a very to the new change is e Refresher course !In
0'f because of its fragrance and rare type of Ixora which survived difficult and requires much area that RN's should be !a. Thank you for your kind
f : ha rdln.... for only two years. The time), effort and cooperation.In miller with such a Dew words regarding Mrs rW,
In our previous column in leave were varlgated and an effort to keep up drugs new concept of care, Mr. .Raymond, and mysdl,1 j
I : "I : addition to the Lawsonla, we required deep shade. We never with changes required of us vm never J be able to ad.quotely .

J : Parents? talked about Thryalis, Shrimp knew what the flower in these changing times It has etc.Although this program will atlon for express my appred.
I i Delinquent Plant dwarf Polnclanna would look like when they appeared become necessary to make cost money we hope It will your confidence IB
dwarf holly and Angelonla. for, as most hybridsIt aei d education of personnel who mean better care to all of our UI.
:, These are all fairly cold was so temperamental serve our patients a formalpart patients The of You have said "The City el i
Citizen of Venice held meetIng making Teen Haven I better and more short lived found out littleof very purpose Venice will
1 'I u an open hardy. The beautiful exotic we of our hospital operation our hospital will be fulfilled continue ta II'Gw
on the night of Oct 19 for the announced wholesome place for the youngsters to Bird of Paradise can ba !Included it* characteristic In-Service education under much more completely by in stature a* the finest can
I in the semihardygroup. The good old Croton 1 I. so the direction of Mrs. T. the establishment and continuance munity on riorlda'i lower
j : purpose of discussing juveniledelinquency enjoy themselves. Most of you have seen much a part of Florida gardens L. Bushing will do much to of this program. west coast.! I ny that with i
1 I ; and what to do about it. Eicept for the board members, onlyone this unusual plant with its w* grow It even thoughit improve the professional fine guy like you to prod and

'j ,,> t The main theme of the meeting got mother end father showed up, and flower spikes of orange and sheds Its leaves at 40 degrees landing of nurses, aids and Less than Everglade inspire u*. we can't poiiibi
blue which remind of or lower. Most varietieswill fall and that (for
one a others.InService goes thi
I many kites, a hawk-bke bird survive
sidetracked In a welter of, charges agjinstTeen they were newcomer to the community. beautiful bird in flight Its recover from freezingand education Is designed in the United States, according great bunch on your itafl.
; I Haven by speaker* from the floor. Where were all those who were so leaves are shaped somethinglike by June or July is againone to do, essentially, to the Interior De- too.

I' One critic called It I "hood hangout." ready on the night of Oct. 19 to give the cala-llly leaves which of the brightest other spots in three things: partment' :Bureau of Sport DAVID HAMILTON
our gardens. No plant
stand erect and the flowerspike
1 : Officers of Teen Haven reacted quickly Teen Haven a raking over but were so extends above the foliage. gives us the range of color t Introduce to the hospital the new and employee the Fisheries and Wildlife Venice.

and commendably. They called their conspicuous by their absence on the nightof shades as the croton, particularly department to which he is as -

annual meeting for the night of Nov. 1 12 Nov. 12? When we this speak of the those tender Stop Light the hybrids Rhesdt such McAr-as signed.

j and threw it open to all Interested citizens. It might be well for our young people plants plants which are means partially or thur and the Craig., to name On the job training for the best recipe for folks

( This meeting was well-publicized by ill themselves to do something ebout it. They entirely killed by freeies. bon a few of the older hybrids. the perform specific at activity given he time.la to
The color is white any
f j news media Parent especially were urged could tart by calling an open meetingto a vivid, both spot red of and color pink to lend our and green,range oranges pure reds coral e Continuing developmentfor newly moved to

t'i : to come out and vote on' new boardof look Into parental delinquency and gardens from June until frost pink and so to black. If, Improved service and for

director end, to offer suggestions for what to do about it. Red Ixora, even though it is aa we stated once before, we greater responsibility accordIng -
nearly always frozen to treat the croton as a summer to the worker interestand VealcetI
f' j ground level will recover rapidly annual then It is a most desirable potentialities.
with weather and addition to our plant- The content of each of these
warm Tate
[ era phone till (far COllJOft) below'-),
: by June or July la in blossom. logs phases of in-service trainingwill add hostess with biik ti of sifts n\t
. ; 'It t Education An Investment There are two types of the Next week w* shall con- be determined by the \
Pink Ixora One loves the tine our discussion on tender need of each employee and
, shade and the other grows plants and the care and arrangement by the amount and extent of IT genelets

Education In all its many ramification gained. well in the sun. These are of them in our pre employment education lJ#
'":). tender and do not recover gardens. training and experience for >>
; -its extent, adequacy, quality, cott Beyond that, the more education I person his role In the hospital It I I.

r emphasis economic value to society and has the greater the Interest he takesIn anticipated that this program
SENSING THE NEWSProsperity will do much to keep the staff '
the Individual, and w on and on-Is and public affairs. About nine out of ten en rapport with the hospitalas We1co i aeon

I has long been en almost universally dii- college graduates voted in the 1956 presidential a whole. Through it each

..: v cussed subject In this country. Th.t Is set election, whereas only about half group of workers, according
'I to Its place In our hospital
1 t st' It should be-aver since our beginning of those who failed to complete grade organization, I 18 kept Inform. PHOKEtaWsM
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: as a sovereign people we have prided school voted. And national defense, as ed of new techniques, new

ourselves on the educational' opportunities one would expect benefits materiallyfrom equipment, or change and WELCOME MEWCOMERSI

,f offered our youth, ell the way from the good education. The ratio of men Real Or False? work.events All which employee influence will his be Use this coupon to lat us Moor )ou're here I

I kindergarten to the graduate school. rejected for the draft Is highest In the given an opportunity to identify N'UII' I
Now the Chamber of Commerce of the their need and to participate
where school SENSING
regions high dropouts are By THURMOND in training. MPH: .

United States has Issued a valuable and most frequent, lowest In the regions About 200 year ago, when and suffering in this world' Since the program nursing department CITY I

Informative report-the third of its kind where they are fewest. our original states were still than anything short of war, 1 Is our largest department I O Please have the/ .W4lcome Wagon Hostess nil en me i
since 19-c.II.d "Education, an Investment colonies of Great Britain, famine and pestilence.So it is logical that this I would like to itibscnbi
I O to Us
The advance* made In education over Professor Alexander Fraser let' consider for a moment program start there. However GONDOliER I
In People" And the substance of the year are statistically impressive by Tytler gave a lecture at the the situation a* It is other department may D I already! wbicribi to the I

it Is that there needs to be an increaseIn standard. In a little more than 90 University of Edinburgh in with us. also use the !In-service training fill out coupon grid meD to drcuhtioi Dept. GONDOLIER j I
the general level of education of any which he made the following During 28 of the past 34 program of the nursing
I years, the percentage of youths graduating statement: years, our Government has department a* a channel of ;J
Americans if our standard of living Is to had !in federal
I from high school Increased from two "A Democracy cannot exIst a deficit the --- ----
continue to Improve.A about cent at form of budget has spent more thanit
per cent to 70 per present.In a* a permanent
profound change ti taking place In government. It can only exist has received. The current
late than 46 million
a year, more young fiscal year, beginning last
until the voters discover they
the makeup of the population. The 25-44 persons were enrolled In school of all can vote themselves largess July lot, will make it 29 of oPflJJ

\ I year age group is steadily shrinking as a kinds by 1980, the figure may roach 75 (w* call it! relief subsidies had the put deficit 33 years in that w national* have J
I proportion of the whole, and It is upon million and doles) out of the public a our
or more. that momenton budget, shall live beyond our
From
this group that the country depends almost .1I treasury. mean No one is willing to
I entirely for the production of goods So the figures
and the It no question the people of this country most benefit from the have a balanced budget.
I II service* So say report as Our for the
I working through their state end local public treasury with the result budget deficit
governments o
declines as a part of the population, It' that Democracy always collapse last fiscal year, ending June say.
have been Indeed (In
generous 30th was $8.3 billion. Spend
productivity must be stepped through loose fiscal
up over a '
education-and through automation too- providing educational facilities and op- policy* always to be followedby ing last than year for was the$9.previous 1 billion o and you'll agreeJ:

to keen! that living standard rising.I portunitlM. In the 1961 fiscal year, for a Dictatorship" (Dictator one- year.more The budget deficit for
ship nowadays can mean
Instance, these government pent $20 each of the last four year, W
I The individual as well es society at st man rule, Socialism or CommunIsm
billion for and secondary education. which t h e administration C
primary ). D
whole, has very direct iteke in thIs. brags about a* the moat
promporous
t And at the beginning of the 1942- Professor Tytlar was talking b400
Joblessness, tf fie roport shows, appears to In our history, total
63 school 1,431,000 classrooms were about the fall of the $24.8 billion the highest
b related to education. Those year
I directly but the
Athenian Republic -
available In and four-year peacetime deficit In there's No Matc)1or) i ftargtes!
who have completed 4 year or lass of public elementary secondary principle is just as true now our history.
t, I school have of 9.7 schools, of which a whopping 63 aa it was then. Will this happen
,t (jobless rate percent We operated under a federal
In our case? e
I compared with S.I per cent for per cent had been built In the preceding A significant sentence budget last year Of *07.7 ELECTRICWATEII
t very _
billion the
I those who completed high school and only 20 years.A appeared as a subheading to peak fiscal second year only budget to of

..j I '1.4 per cent far those who completed, reader of the report gain the belief a headline of an article In World War II. Bill already HEATER

I I I college. And,. naturally enough, due t'onb : that the American system of public one recently of our national: "Prosperity magazines *s passed by the 88th Congress
Y l will increase spending this super-fast super..ftINSTALLI
,! .j I directly related to earnings. High education! with Its strong basis In local living on borrowed money and year about $9 billion. o

I school students on an average can eipeet administration and decision, has bean ..nouht.ndinq borrowed time"Such During the last 34 year, ANYWHERE
to their that the a statement Is con our national debt has Increased VENTS NEEDED
$32,000 working and !
I ''I'I' earn more over success mprov.menfa + NO
\ trary to most of the currentopinion from fil 1 billion to $313 bil \
t ; lifetimes than dropouts. And this difference which the Chamber finds ere popular I In the country lion. The increase in the national ) L.bo water fct a

I I l .1 increases a* additional education i js needed will bo made. today. One of the main debt sine the end of precious
of Mind tool
I j I planks In the platform of the World War II tau amountedto peso ,
1 Johnson administration as It 44.2 billion. dare $..mmaUfttyotrappfane


.1 1If.. i'' ,) 1.H:; .1 American Junkyard ran Prosperity economists for reelection moat Plank.all Most was financial the all Is ey"If"living-our and aoealled'prosperity on all borrowed Indication' mon are 1l<

i advisers most all bankers, that It 1 la then let' not forget .

: Automobile graveyard are sprouting up everywhere. A recent conference In most all businessmen will tall from whom H 1 ta' borrow
''j you that we are now having ed our children Now, I
l I out of the tortured American landscape Washington sponsored by the Institute ef the greatest prosperity In our submit that It wouldn't, have

tobefoul, and make ugly the city and Scrap Iron & Steel put the blame on history Upper income voter been so bad to have spent

Ii I countryside. Rusting hulks of old ear are depressed scrap price In 1956 I dealer switched over to the Democrat $!lT.T billion last year If we Naw shaper ate. Mr It N
In drove on this vary had bad it. It wouldn't have
the most obvious evidence of all that could get $42.86 for a gross ton of stripped point wanting to do nothingto been so bad to Lave been Go ALL-ELECTRIC N o

i n man is turning America, the Beautiful end bundled autos; now he get around disturb this prosperity.This wasteful and extravagantwith ..,"era" It ass 11 M ctlllblnetJlII'wI "
into what Peter Blake editor $20. question far transcend our own money rbut
r I. managing to spend $97 7 billion !in a year Same type boils se
1 of Architectural Forum, 'describe a* : partisan politic If like last year, when we only
One speaker at the Washington conference we are having false prosper. The recant million
$10 rate
had f tB9. billion .i* Inexcusable
j tk "Sod's Own Junkyard. suggested! the possibility of some ity if w* are having only, an to be wasteful and extravagant redaction (fourth major :

Nearly every major city In the United tort of scrap Industrial, park near cities illusion of prosperity. it is a with our children's price cut in 10 years) make
;,E i States has hundred or even thousand of question that seriously affect money .... which is exactly Sunshine Service Electricity '
that would become central for and
point every man, woman
> i abandoned. ears on It* streets and vacant disposal of funded auto An obvious child in the country, regardless undergo what w* deficit are doing financing when we_ *idter buy than ever before. a i

I I lot on any given dey. Along major hIgh. need h for more vigorous auto removalprograms station of m political life.Prosperity affiliation or I Is I deed of unforgivable ir. '
hays, stilt other old car have been. piled responsibility . .
by local authorities. Individual! I "living on bore The dollar 1 It now worth on 'Ta..ar..m said/Bali.t.ddrdJ.i ea.m w.
t i In small mountain at scrap yards. ScanteAppaUehia citizens must be made aware that In a- rowed money," that la, inflation ly 43e aa compared with the

r, I h not so scenic when viewedover bandoning cart they are adding" new built on continued deficit dollar of 29 y.an ago and
ti I'' the rotting bodies of innumerable financing and continually increasing this erosion steadily continues.
blight to a land already threatened with debt, can only resultIn This 1 II the road to ruin.It .
"Q I '.J"iunkie. .M esthetic. chaos. steady erosion I of the valueof u therefore a serious FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
', I Five million 'care are being [junked the dollar or even runaway question M to whether w*
I each year In-the United State If something -Carlsbad, N. h4"Cuneet.Argw. Inflation and Inflation, it are having REAL -prosperity. ,II un II. Swill ILOA4OA.
might be pointed out has re- or an ILLUSIONMENT of
i Isn't don Soon, aged heaps will pile .ult.elin more human misery prosperity.

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RESPLENDENT IN NATTY NEW UNIFORMS are the mem. of Englewood Venice Garden.nd SuMhlM Frw ,. PALM TREES !
Including Venice Eeit \
I bin of the South Venice Are Volunteer Fire Department. The new SVAVFD uniform consists of dark trouien,, white \\ \\\"\\,

The South Venice fire brigade provides protection for all ihertileeved shirts end black-billed white .a loI l\' % '? '
the unincorporated county area South of Venice and north 9\StOUtt't 5' to T Tall i


\0 0 10 tlIG"" "r' 13 for $'7 3 3 1 : 1

I Fountain Of Youth? It's Right \9 6 ,\. 4b a\e' .

NOV ,11\ "life. I i

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Here At Warm Mineral Sorinas .I e.e"\. !I\Of.\\ef'/I.a\\d d'l' '\Pd USED LIBRARY !i

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r Reg. 23c ea

(Editor's Note The fot- all who bathed in It and the magic power the old war. around, year In and year out. \\\\'\111a" P
lowing by newsman Bill drank It. Ponce de Leon set rlor hoped it would have. But It's much hotter in the depth \I1\ c
Woolen appeared In the out to find that spring whilehe it is credited with bringing from which It flows. Indians I J
Sunday Issue of the; Philadelphia was still able to wield a remarkable improvement to thought the water boiled up ; 13
(Pa.) Inquirer). sword and ride a horse. people suffering from arthrltls from a 'sunken fiery moui- J .
VENICE 1'11.- There real In search of the fabled wa and rheumatism and tales." According to current I Ill 11/1111111"/ l
ly is a fountain of youth after ter, he ailed Into Charlotte similar ailments opinion, they were not too far h lit
ill. If* near Florida's Gulf Harbor, south of Venice, in Chemical analysis of the off UIII
coast, about 14 miles from 1513 and again In 1521. He water reveals great quantities _E
Because has been
here didn't find the spring but he of sodium, chloride, sulphate, nobody ASSORTED
,
Considerable historical evi came 'close, possibly within magnesium, calcium, I able to measure its depth, the '
potassium
dence bolsters the widespread eight of 10 miles, before not- and bicarbonate, Min spring. Skin is said divers to be have bottomless been- : PLASTIC WARE t't''I'
belief that it is the one Juan friendly Indians put an eral content Is said to be down several hundred feet i CHRr"s f :
Ponce de Leon spent the last abrupt end to his looking more than five times that of 'c .
and have taken
years Of his life and a sizable The watering place is known the world great spas suchas engineers \ :
than half!
soundings more
a
fortune trying to today as Warm Mineral Hot in RCS I0c3for23c
personal Springs Arkansas mile, 2900 feet, without reach. 1 y 'T:
find Springs. It* on a paved road Vichy and Aix lea Belo In Ing bottom g ,
Friendly Indians told the el- Just off U S. Highway 41, almost France, and Baden Baden in
deny Spanish explorer abouta halfway between Venice Germany. On one side of the lake. EaehSNOW
spring with water capableof and Punta Gorda ,Water at the surface of the there is a special rail extending 63c S
bestowing eternal youth on The water doesn't have all spring Is 87 degrees the year over the water. It provides [ .,.
a steady hand hold for /11111"/// r
those who feel they need It. /".,,, .. = 'w,4AQUARIUM, "
r I Many people come to the
spring In wheel chair or with :
"
crutches or braces They I STARTER SET
leave them at the water sedge I
I II 9,99
Reg.
and go into the spring
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I :wldlng opes on to the rail or \\\\\\\\" e 1

At on. end of the spring I e33liii
here Is a deposit of fine, I ."t OOL /
flack mud that some believe i
to be beneficial when used as I 2 '"
n
mud packs 'J' , T
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Close to the spring there is f ,1 DELUXE
cL'
an excellent motel where vie- 1'/ '
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hors spend several days to Ill \'lq l'
tii everal weeks while they take ,
baths in the mineral water, 1111 4.'' FISHING J)
and alp 'a little of it too. I.\n-3".4.C
A modern building adjacent 1
to the spring has dressing /
i
rooms, showers, lockers and ROD
towels: available for a small \''',..
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fee. A general admission \\\\
I charge admits you to the and

cyclorama spring and to an interesting IllIllhIIIIiiiii.// ,,,,, REEL

t The cyclorama alone is well _= I !
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A worth the admission price = ) ,
+ I Combining full color paintIngs .... I 15.95 I'
r with sculpture and re -
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allstlc props, such as sand I III LADIES $

'! ...., and sea boat. for beach SHOES b. 33
scenes, the cyclorama presents liii //.00 == 1'1R.g.
ENGLEWOOD FIREFIGHTERS displayed an fire hose will reduce fire Insurance premiums in three-dimension the '
covered the Englewood Vol. exciting! story of Ponce de === Reg. 7.95 :
Imposing of equipment during an open for the area by
I house program array Sunday to celebrate the close unteer Fire Department. The firefighting unit Leon and his discovery search for of the Florida Foun I/il/ 63c ; -- i.1Reg.
of a lucceuful" drive for the purchase of also accepted the lays to an ambulance donated tain of Youth. Special lighting g $3 33 .1
additional fire ho... Acquisition of the new by the Farley Funeral Home of Venice background music and y .
narration by Lowell Thomas 1


I EVFD Adds EquipmentENGLEWOOD the Florida give For warm life more hidden to Only mineral the than in story the the spring 300 wilds Indian year remained of- IhlllIIllliee. :! 69e SPRAY 53c It ItI I


and within 1,000 feet of a hydrant knew it, and they consideredit _
Last week Lemon Bay schools during '
I sacred
was a significant one for the Fire Prevention Week furth I./ BIG 12"
Englewood Volunteer Fire ered the cause The fire department '
Department. A much-needed held an open house \\\I\\\\\\'\\" OLD FASHION

ambulance was added to the at its location on Indiana \\\ v.oW. ts t
group of vehicles under super' Avenue and put on fire-fighting % !.
vision of the fire department demonstrations to call attention .... FIRE ENGINE ,
and an additional BOO feet of to the project. 11 .
fire hose was procured by the The combined efforts paid I SGVpa
local service unit. off and the savings that will liiiV C' 194 Reg 399IDEAL
The two acquisitions are of be.dfett.d in area rates will ?

denta utmost of Importance"the area..The,lrtef4-,ambulance :; -, be e6t'le'lfUfll.rthan In half some of the casesFor" pres. aq. 1r j FOR $) 9)3

will be a valuable fad example, the rate on a NO,
;
ity for future use and will r*> frame dwelling would ; XMAS .
lieve the demand on the present $10,000 reduced from $90 to $23.51Rate \ ; k
vehicle donated by the be reductions will be ao- \\\ : '
Rawles Funeral Home which within CHAIR't.1: '
has had to serve double duty pllcable three miles to of property the fire house \ '\\ \'fl Ie' I .

a* a rescue and a* and an ambulance equipmenttruck In 49c ea. 98TIRE c ea. \hI1I'1 CUSHIONS "

The latter can now be used Pidgin English<< started JLJ
., South China Sea t "
of the
exclusively for rescue pur. pout
pos.., ,.,." ?, IttA l.'Ith Century. Traders WHEEL IIIIIIIIII118e, REG. 88c3forl. J1-! ',! j ;
The purchase of ,the newfire lot along with simple English tfu.. 1
hose will bring the firefighting word and Chinese ayntax ROTATION I BALANCE le I
of the unit The Chinese shopkeeperscalled
potential "
up to a standard where the It "business Englishbut Save Your Tires 3 a Including Weights .
covered area will be in line their pronunciation: cam'Babe's AFR \ ,
for substantial reductions In out "pidg .'' ____ CgN
fire Insurance The lack of the f FUDGE
required hose footage prevented -. .
the district from being
rated as'having Class 8 Reg 49e Ib '
==
j 3 = i
_
protection a class which for c
carries much lower premiums 3CLUBRICATION =

than. the Class 9 now assigned 93c g 33 lb.II ,

The ambulance was donated IIIIII' -
by the Farley Funeral With Oil IIse. Chocolate Covered Peanuts
Home of Venice It is a 1956 Reg 79c Ib.
Cadillac fitted out with
stretcher and oxygen equip ChangeAbove USE OUR -= c i ,
-= 43 lb.
ment.Fund
Addition Drive of the For 500 Hose feet of Prices In Effect FREE LAYAWAY

new fire hose was brought THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY U
about through the efforts of a t I
campaign I for funds, waged ,U
during Firemen the and past civic-minded two months PlumbingCo. GOODYEAR AUTO CENTERVenice VENICE SHOPPING CENTER i


residents urged businessmenand . ......"" ....
property owners to Contribute ., Inc. Shopping Center .. 'u. ...
needed funds. A drive 5282 ' YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOIl AT TH'. + '
with the slogan "Buy a Footof 488.2402 488- .. WOOLWO
Fire HOM for $!50". was Radio Equipped Trucks PHONE 488.1096 t aI ,
I
Instituted Poster rnntr ti bv : a
tudenU of Englewood and p. 0 :Box 454 Nokomis

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;, Ir. The CO J I'O'! 't' ':" Yr"'e els Thurs., Nov I 19, 196 I

i Retired Movie DirectorProducerTo rcs

oti, i
4
.1 I I
I Direct Little Theatre's Third Play i >+ I iw Y


Philip Brandon of North s ,(\Arthur Rank, 20th CenturyFox
Port Charlotte, retired professional and RICO, d
+ I .
film director and t 1 Brandon returned to this
producer will direct the Little as' country in 1953 to make commercial ..raI
Theatre's third play of the films with Jam
season, "The Little Foxes" Handy Film Co in Dearborn,

Tryouts for casting will be Mich. He subsequently free i
I a '" held Sunday at 8 p.m. at the lanced in commercial film
i Il theater as/1 scripts are now work retiring after completing
yr ,, available at the office of Dr the Ford Motor Co filmson
I Luther Luck in Venice Shop- their 1964 models last

pint Center ,,, year. s
# He worked with Detroit
Brandon Is native of 'L
a ,
little
area theatres both as die
London He
England joinedhis rector and actor during his
brother, a theater manager I ,$ residence In that area.
in Alberta Canada whena
Ra young man and held his 4 During his acting career he
first Job in the theater as a played lead roles in "Sabrina
Ii Fair" "My Three Angels,"
prop man in his brothers
theatre "Death Takes a Holiday" L41I.
"Up Pops The Devil" "Sailor
I Shortly thereafter he became Beware," "Separate Tables"and
an actor and several i "Miranda." I

years later went to New York. He has just completed directing
where he worked on Broadway
two one-act plays
1 1r and with - -
stock companies
with Port Charlotte Little
He and Mrs Brandonmet fr
I PHILIP BRANDON Theatre
when both were touring I The Brandon's have I.
"- -- -- one son .
STATE FEDERATED MUSIC CLUB officer visited Venice the South. with a stock company I director contract In Englandand who is production manager
They later married in remained there for 17 for London motion
I a picture
for the Seminole District Annual Luncheon Th.y are Detroit. I
Friday
V. second from years, directing and producing ;company. His latest film was TWO VENICE RESIDENTS, Muriel Royal and tie Theatre Walter has appeared 'In VLT
shown with the president, Mrs. Clyde Higel, With the advent of sound movies in conjunctionwith "The Hill," recently completed
I''( right Stat. officers, I.ft to right, are Mrs. Brooks Pond, films, he accepted a dialouge- Sir Alexander Korda J I in Spain Ken Walker, are members of The Players productions. Both are making their debut with!,
chaplain: Mrs James Clemens, president and guest speaker production of the long-run Broadway comedy The Players In this production. Shown in a I

at the luncheon, and Mrs Ernest Randall, st.t. end district. Harvey" which opened at The Players scene from "Harvey" are, left to right, H....
vice-president. Theatre, 858 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Fri. mann Brandt, Muriel and Wal lI'.
day Muriel is co-founder of the Venice Lit-
rn .

I I, : State Music Heads W 1-Concert Band ---



t, I Attend LuncheonApproximately To Present 3RD ANNIVERSARY


Sunday EventThe
I 40 membersof "Alouette" and "Sing a Rain.
Seminole District of Flor bow. SPECIAL
Federation of Music Clubs 63-member Sarasota
ida :
New Seminole District offic.
Concert Band will open the
Districts
met for the yearly
all Sarasotans,
ers were season with a free outdoor
which the
luncheon Friday at I
elected. They are Mrs Frederick concert Sunday at 3 in
p.m.
Federation A:
State president
b
Mrs James C. Clemens of Brown president, Mrs. the courtyard of Ringlmg Art 3 TROUSERS OR SLACKS
Agnes Millay, vice-president, Museum in Sarasota pr.
Beach,
Palm was guest\
Mrs. E. Underwood,
Harry Arthur Rohr director since
speaker secretary and Mrs Gertrude Cleaned & Pressed
She spoke on matters per. Tenner treasurer the band was organized 11
taming to the organization years ago, will conduct and
and on the Biennial National Reports were given by Mrs. James D. Neville former city ((3 DAY SERVICE))
Convention set for April 24-28, Ann Lord of Nocturne Hour commissioner and moderatorof
1963, in Miami Beach. Music Club Mrs. Stuart Jenny a Sarasota Radio Show Price Good In Groups of 3 Only
of Sarasota Music Club,
will handle the commentary.
President Mrs V.
Clyde Mrs Agnes Milloy of Even. Soloist will be 17-year-old
Higel was in charge of the ing Musicale of Sarasota and Ronnie Anson, trombonist, ,
Other state officers
meeting Mrs James Hightower of Ce- t who will play "Bluebells of 1
1.49
present were Mrs E. Brooks cillan % r 7 lr at
Music Society "
: Scotland.
Pond of Sarasota, who gave ;
the invocation and Mrs Sunday's program will feature
Earnest Randall also of Sar Sarasota Artist marches, an overture a
asota, who is both state and hymn waltzes and selections
COURTEOUS SERVICEWOLFER'S
district! vice-president. Opens Classes/ Hen from current Broadway musi

:1 The luncheon was held In Sarasota Artist Mary cals.Those
a attending may bring
the Marine' Room of Fisherman Rhodes will open a painting s. folding chairs If they desire.
s Wharf. A decorative class tomorrow at 9:30: am A second concert will be DRY CLEANING! & LAUNDRY
in and white
theme pink was l
given in December and, beginning

at Arlie Gray Art School and
carried out in floral arrangements
Gallery. in January a 10-week ONE HOUR "MARTINIZING"VENICE
of gladioli roses and Sunday series will be given
,
chrysanthemums with musical An instructor In portraits,
I staff placards used on the landscape and still life, she SHOPPING CENTER PH: 4884175
Leave
luncheon tables your pet duck at
will select simple subjects so
Mrs M. P. Courtney accompanied that in a two and one-half I home when you go hunting I

f' by Mrs. James hour session a painting can ORIGINAL DESIGN evening gowns climaxed the Rotary. live decoys '

? Hightouer, was program soloist be completed. Fee is $1.25 a Anne Fashion Show last week. Modeling them were sis members r
Her selections were: session and students are to left to right, Mrs. Leon Terry (who alto
was com
"With a Song in My Heart" bring supplies and equipment -
"Sound of Music ". 'Jenny." mentator)! and Mesdames Earl R wles, J. Howard Vaughn, JOIN THE FUN
I II Jay lumley, Douglas Murphy and Jerry Meadows.

,

I Members Host MeetingsOf


Methodist Circles UNCLE BRUCE


) Circles of Woman's Societyfor Thompson This circle will
Christian Service of Venice not meet in December. 1
Nokomis Methodist i Porter Circle, 9:30: aim at
Church: will meet Monday and the home of Mrs W. W. Roseof
Tuesday.' Channel Lane, Nokomis, AND HIS FRIENDSBARNEY
All meetings will be on program and devotions by
I I Tuesday' except that of the Mrs O. K Ballard.
HYBRID Frances V. Curry Circle
which will be at the home of
\ PETUNIAS89c Mrs. Paul Melroy of Laurelat HAY Has ProfitOn

P I 2 p.m. Monday. Devotionsand
Fashion Show
I
program will be conducted a
I o Comanche by Mrs Thomas Green. Mrs. Carl Henlein, general
Tuesday. meetings will be: chairman of Hospital Auxiliary
e Blue Lustre Priscilla Circle, 8 p.m at Volunteers fashion show
\ the home of Mrs Irvin Muhnof and card party Monday reports -
Calypso
I \ 604 Nokomis Ave., programand the event netted more
Pink Magic devotions by Mrs L O. than $500 and that many
do "
:
had 1 t+rtwwl+w lQv
Fire Conway guests to be turned away ,
o Gleem
Ethel Blalock Circle, 8 p after the seating capacity of
m. at the home of Mrs JamesT. approximately 340 was reach.ed. .
i MANY OTHER COLORSTO Blalock of 241 S. Harbor .
Drive devotions and programby Proceeds will go toward,
CHOOSE FROM! Mrs. J. K. Hill purchase of equipment for
Martha Circle 9:30: a.m. at HA V'. new expanded Hospitality
the home of Mrs Ethel Bickelof Shop which will occupy
GULF GARDEN 408 S Harbor Drive, pro- space in the hospital addition
gram and devotions by Mrs when it is completed

I CENTER INC. Brent Underwood.Ruth / a 4
I i I Circle, 2 p.m at the Loveland School M r
417 S. Trail Ph 488.1331 home of Mrs. Clyde Johnsonof >
138 Tree Road, Venice
Pepper -
Gardens, devotions by Announces MeetA
Mrs. Steven Handy and program .
WE general membership
'I'i
GREEN ,
by Mrs Harold Beer
II meeting, for the purpose of
Hazel Woodard Circle, 8
GIVE/ STAMPS p.m i at the home of Mrs.Raymond electing a nominating com.mittee
ones N for new officers, is
II I 3rAM PRI Conklin of Charles planned Loveland School
j Drive Nokomis, devotionsand by
I program by Mrs Bruce For Retarded Children for t rqtly

.. Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Sara '
sota Federal Savings and I'i

: i LET Loan It will Assn be preceded by a 1tt '1 i
BEAUTY
,Jj J.i ,
i board of directors meeting at

I J I' j.i t N I I -. WITH go OUR to your head a 7 President p.m. Ralph Harrison III' MIKE UNCLE BRUCE

i
-- reports that 12 students are
: ,' 7\ > currently enrolled and an increase
r I 3rd ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL is anticipated when
more winter residents return.
I I I I I: Bonat Permanent Wave CAT NOV.21st

OES Meets Today >
I I I $15.
Reg. $10. Order of Eastern Star VenIce .
1 I I'I Chapter 248 will meet today
ALL BRANDS at 8 p.m. at the Masonic
J ; Temple. 2 SHOWS-10A.M.-2PJ
I I Regular $10. Permanent .

: $7.50 Child rent' Art Classes

e l Registration for children'sart
classes at Rlngling Mu. 3rd. ANNIVERSARY
: :r FREE CREME RINSEs scum of Art will be held Sat.

t4 4 urday from 10 a.m. until


f ; Center Beauty Salon noon.course-fee Classes begin of$10 Nov includes 28. materials The

I and supplies. Venice Shopping i Centeri

i Venice Shopping Center The autumn equinox this
year was at 1:11: p.m. Ea t.

-- q erA Standard Time, Sept 32

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Venice Garden's News I The GONtOlTER) .nTet, Rae Than? NO'I. 19, 19&4-15 1 I

By AILEEN GERDTSre i!
Gardens residents I and Miss ;
! you exhibit of I Trimble, Merle Danford of der the baton of Paul Golden- 1 :
the worksta Ohio are spending stein, will conduct
a concertat
art few I
a weeks
Blunden"
vacation
at the
the Recreation II
Recreation Center They home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. This will Center I
be
well| worth visiting! and Danford of 1780 Valencia Dr, without open, to everyone
23. charge We hope that I
until Nov. Do Venice Gardens.
there The Dan
the
M Gardens
time and atop In fords of residents will I
Chauncey,
.a take Ohio, will avail themselves of this
t center to see them.Thursday come at Christmas time to opportunity. great
-o- spend several months at their
of last week Florida home. -0-
' were live tables oft - Dr, R O'Keefe and Mrs. CELEBRATING RD. ANNIVERSARY
in play at the Ladies Don't forget that there Is O'Keefe (Julie) )spent four
Because of the a beginners art class from days in the Gainesville sec i .
war ce Cloth e women of the 7 to 10 p.m. on Fridays, and tlon Julie attended seminarsat r: j
United Church ofand from 9 until 12 noon on Mon the University of Florida ,
let ,''v
,.51, next Thursday, days for advanced students. pertaining to the American VENICE SHOPPING CENTER
I flianksglvin* the follow. There will be free advice and Cancer Society, which she
(week, there will not be Instruction at both classes. found very interesting and
usual Thursday bridge Why not come out and take instructive. In the meantime ''
e., until Dec. 3. advantage of this generously "Doc" did some intensive observing With Special Prices With Drastic Close Outs I
-0- given help. in Marlon and Wa- i ii
Helen and Marian -0- chula Counties in connectionwith
1JX wes of Youngstown Ohio, On'Saturday, Nov. 21, the Florldaland which will i
, Faye King of Cleveland Venice Civic Orchestra, un- open. in this area in December SAVE $2.00 coo I
oN

armers' Income We were sorry-0-to learn that ep GreatBUMSMENBOYS !
Mrs. E. E. Stone of 203 Glen
Oak Road, suffered an accident -
while visiting In Michigan
veT $4 Million She has a fractured hip ,
If you would like to send a r
card, Mrs. Stone is in the William !
., J964 census of agrlcul- and livestock products sold Beaumont Hospital, 1, ? r WU till SPORT SHIRTS I IMEN'S
conducted by .
now being was $2,302,729.The Royal Oaks, Mich, and
Bureau of the Census, U. 1964 national Census of should she be released soon BOY'SI
icpartment of Commerce, Agriculture Is the 18th in a the hospital will forward
any
arascta County, will bring series which began in 1840. mail to her at her daughter's
0 date farm statistics last Because of the rapid changes address. It will probably be LONG SLEEVE LONG SLEEVE
cled in 1959. American agriculture has three months before she is L I Prints Plaids FLANNELS
ere are i few of the many been undergoing in recent able to travel back to Venice
s recorded in the 1959 years, Census Bureau offic- -0- / Year AroundFabricsNo 4 to 16
n census for this county: ials regard the current census The Venice Gardens Home t.\\- .1/f Wide Choice:
ere were 325 farms in as one of the most slgnifi. Owners Picnic Flannel Patterns-Solids
on Saturdaywas
compared with 349 in cant ever taken. They ask ,
The average size of every farmer to cooperate in There a tremendous success lA'' YS 1.99 Value 1.29 Originally
were 491 tickets sold
- was 509.7 acres in 1959, compiling an accurate recordof and by all \DiESSE
appearances they
pared to 5639 acres ine I these changes by filling out were all there, plus many !! 1.33 63* ,
the census forms he receives children. We've never seen ''
value of products sold in the mail and holding the so many tempting dishes "set tJer i (

:he 4204960.county's farmers. The value in completed questionnaire until before least that the we King can."say The is very that k k 1 TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF THE Trim Tapered Slacks
' sold was $1,902 a census taker calls forit
:1 crops there are many wonderful HUNDREDS OF SPARKLING STYLES'
.
The value of all livestock
cooks here in the Gardens.
...... ., STURDY 11-OZ. TWILL
-
"'"- =
s. =
-> -- - - -- -
13.99 to 16.99 Now 11.99 to 14.99 IVY CONVENTIONAL STYLES

Three Days Only Thurs., FrI.! Sat. Black-W11ite-Gr.tn

XXXXXXfc! COUPON kk x 2BEtoS36 3.43 6 BOY'S to 16 2.43

f This Coupon Worth 2.00 ,
ill OUR LEADER 1.99 JEANS P
When Applied to 13.99 to 16.99 DressEntire I
Stock-None Reserved Others Get to 1.49 r
GOOD 13-Ox.. Denim ......... ... 173 T .t
OL ( Thrus., Fri.! Sat., Nov. 19.20.21 fi':
ELC 10 .. Sanforize Twills
Only" One Coupon Per Dress -o> AxXkxxxxxxxxk .

Short Huskies
Regulars- -
III Denim Blue-Black-While-Green
REVIEW TREMENDOUS SELECTION Size 6 to 16-Stock Upl 1.73


Latest Style Suits, So Popular Now! ,, ,


c SALE LADIESKEDETTES FINAL CALL .. 100 DRESSES MEN'S ORLON .

Most Sizes-Wide Choice Styles I COAT SWEATER Ji I' (
r
FROM LATE SLIMMER, EARLY FALL LINES cjt
e. B/ ARENA-
Broken sizes VALUES :
VALUES . 4.73 1699 . . . . .6.7 3 C
YOU PAY THE REGULAR 899 to 10.99 .... ... 1299 to H 6.99ValuCres.y.-

PRICE FOR ONE PAIR GET '.-......... Has Accentuating
:
THE SECOND PAIR FOR 3d! ii' ;; MEN'S ARMY TWILL SLACKS

. Regularly 3.99 4.99 5.99LADIESDAG'S > rJ.r ;1J. MEN'S SANFORIZED

: ", t" ''r: "' I) >'''-' WINDBREAKERSGenuine MERCURIZED
; FINEST TAILORING/
ir .I'l' J > Erwin PoplinMachine
< ..
.' Tunnel
R ff' l' Belt LoopSanforized
; Washable
_
TENNIS SHOES %. r Drill Waist.. Extra Deep Pock
Color Fast Shrunk
$233in t ets. Rust Proof Graduated
Zipper
. f r.Jr. :I. Sites S-M-4XL -
; Rita to Fit.
in Colors and Plaids ............ SALE a' ,,' +r: Black-Grey 1 H Value
;Y ..... t:1 4.29 Hi Loft Green ............. O.vO 3 33
;. ......". >#r ,{: >' jl 449 ................ .
/ _
, PRINT i
fir
& LADIES'FLATS ;tJt h Blankets ,

$100 Ifr.{ YARDS of 72 90 .t 0 l] 11 t 0 j

| f ;t Also Solids I, t
Values to.S.99
OFF BARGAINS! r 3.63 t '

FABRICS: fORfAlUES1MI'UASIIICN .THE: BARGAINS ARE.BIG.AND THE j PRICES,! [ ''1''WI..


LADIES Values to 9.95 $I 00 OFFCHILDREN'S DRASTIC CLEARANCE Dacron SAVE ON LADIES' GIRLS' WEAR ;\.


ALL HEEL & DRESS SHOES
STACK
NEVER HAVE WE OR YOU Pillows Cotton Frocks Bulky SweaterSEEN

SUCH GIVE AWAYS Short Sleeve New Styles
Values to 4.99 $3.33 3 DAYS ONLY 100,'. VIRGIN ORLON I

Group A Non S2-l4'/j' White-Colors '
5 Z3
10 to 32'/2 6.99 Value ..... ..... .
$4.33 BRANDS LIKE DAN 33'" Allergic 3.99 Value .......... 3.33
Values to 6.99 ............
RIVER PETER PAN, ETC. Blue Label 4.49 Value .......... 3.83 Sizes 34 to 46

Originally 79c to I.00. Now at One-Third Jumbo 4.99 Value .......... 4.33 LIMITED QUANTITYTo
Quickly Clear Out. 3.99 Value I 'w.

MEN'S KEDS Values to 4.99 $3.93CANVAS Group B 133 Pedal Blouse Ladies' : I, i

REALTEX-GILBRAE 53 Slacks' I ,

OXFORDS 70 PR. ONLY DAN RIVER-OTHERS ...... .. .. ..... Pushers Roll Up I, ,
36 end 45 Inch Wide Short Sleeves Flannels-Blends '
THEY WERE TO 1.29-DON'T MISS IT Famous Makes White-Colon PlaidsSolidsVeried

Fabrics 32 to 38 10 of 18
MEN'S DRESS SHOES $1&$2OFF 1 Group C Girl 3.99 Value 99e Value 2.99 Value

Includes .Noveltiet-Suitings Rayon 2.43 73*" 2.33 f fSolidsTapestries

VALUE $2. off THIS IS A FINE GROUP Panties
$16.95 73'"
9.95 VALUE $1 OFF $10.95 to /alues to 1.49 to 45 Inch ............ +
.
Some Have GIRL'S FLANNEL PJ's GIRL'S KNIT PANTIES wi

VALUES TO $10.95 Odds & Ends In'13 Colors lees Trim 18 Mo. to 3 Yrs. .Mw: White-Prints

390 Value 4 to 14 Yrs. ..... .... .... 3w 39c 3 for 93

BUY FROM OUR $1.43 TABLE Scatter LATEX BACKHeavy Rugs 2 to 14 Were 1.00, 179-Sacrificed Value ............ 1 f ,



Fresh Stocks Pile 1)1.. ese m m m m U m SHOPPING VENICE c II i i e '

rI! "JIll rI: sHOE Venice 2436 ".... Same Quantities' CENTER
Limited
LI 1:11.:1:: .: ;I DEPT. Shopping Center 2.93 4.43 STORE HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 TO 9



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;. ,;'.,4' ALUMINUM FOIL 0 e eans .
,: I sr y New Crop! Fresh Florida

I ,,':. ; t / 25.ft.roll 65c 10, for 39c'

": For Salads, Flavorful Florida '

", : Avocados e' .. ea.. 19c
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Breakfast Club TastySliced Pork Hams . '.;',""b.'; 55C

Bacon . . Jft:: 45 Kraft Cream Phllod.lphl Cheese IranJ . . ';;.': .29c Fresh Boston Butt '
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i Bacon ft:?: 49CSwift's Pillsbury Biscuits 4 ("';, ',39c Frosh Pork DeliciousFresh Steaks : "; ;; {
I Smooth Spreading Morgorlnt -. .
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: Ham. ft:? 39c
K..ft..CNck..IStlckStyl.) Pork 5.-des :I Ib', 39'b.
II I i 'l I'' Tarnow's Flavorful Fresh' Sharp Cheddar, ., .,];i""i' 59cSwttt . ,
Fresh Pork Sal
I}4' i 1 : Sliced Bologna. ik: ;.' 39c ; Nvrry-ritvtrtJ Pork Hocks 29'29c
; Muenster Cheese . '" 69c . .
j I I I Copeland's Heat & ServeSausage With Pork,Fresh Cortland Valley
I It I' I '10-oz. 49c '2-Ib..''
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Del Monte Pineapple-Grapefruit

Fruit Drink 4 # 2'/2 $1. fFtt: f1 \ L1S ,
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Halved or Sliced Yellow Cling I I I 1

F & P Peaches 4 # 2V2 $1 A'1 O/ : '
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For Holiday Snacks, Srar-Kist n r WE RESERVE THE ; il
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Evaporated Style (limit 6 please)

Pet Milk a/ '
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Old Milwaukee 98c :
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Plain or Self Rising Style FlourGold \

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1r Pear Halves . r 3 :::2 $1 a each BUFFETSfrozen I
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PRICES r. L. Aunt N.IIis?
EFFECTIVE THURS., Whole I Onions . 16-01, 29c 0 foodsMorton'
FRI., & SAT., Jar
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19, 20, 21, 19641! ; Elbow. MacaroniDrm4ory 2 pkg.. 27c Mince kPu.kl.,3 2,..... $1 .I
For Holiday lakmiPitted _..
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I Dates . r ;k,; 29c Dough 3 !t n; 49'Coea '
: :* Blockw.n Rum tr randy Glwn/w '.._ Speniolo '.
Mince Meat . . 18;:I. 39c Bean Soup .r... ..."..,': ee.,. 39"Mn 'j
Delicious Healthful Lady Betty .... .. I ,. '
Economy Sire, F."' S.,4. .1' Quick Froun 1
rune JU.lce 411 3 quart bot. 'I. Mince Meat . . 1;:;::1' 59c Sweet. Potatoes29......I '
Southland' Quick Frown
Zesty Flavored Apple-Keg For Holidoy Sel.dt. Kroh'l 16-01. Whole Potatoes,.... t*, 39 f
I Juice 3 46-0:1.: 'I French Dressing . t.Twch 45c PkMwoot'i ..... ...... GaMoojCut
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cans 'M Thet Spec'.1' Knh'e 16-01. Corn .........n....IIb.. ... 39'Howard .
F & P Cream Style Italian Dressing . bot 59c Mimon'l (* SO Itompi) L
G olden Corn 2 # 303 29 C : With M..t M M.IkPoea, Ch.f s.--Dee' Fudge Loaf. ..:I.r........'",...; 89
cons Spaghetti I Sauce . IS-ol. 27C M'... Paul ...u, Silo ,
F G P Tender Green Helld.y Fwd Wrapping, PI.otlc i1s Fish Sticks .. ...........1449'. :,:1' \. '
2 # 303 29'M d Wrap. . . lC0 29c Sin'Ie...'. Quick ...... '
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F Green b P Tender ; Beans 2 #: 3 29c Trooiun P & D I lilt ('*, ip';;; ). HHH': '. 98:'* t fi!

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For Pies Libby's I I ;
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Creamy 2 # 303 29 C ,' ,,,,,'."'. .. "r"": 'I"I I
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p1 : We're Celebrating The 3rd Birthday Of Our Venice Store With The Biggest Bargains Ever Offered



l OVENCLEANER fj \\I NEW 19"PORTABLE APT SIZE '0 CLOCK

HAIR a- TV ELECTRIC RANGE : 5233

r SALE! 33* While S110
: DRYER a All Channel 6 Last

New 1965 Model REFLECTOR
I ELECTRIC :
? EASY-OUT Mo r WW PORTABLE TOASTER

t I BLANKETS ICE TRAYS ONLY BARBECUE GRILL Salt! ,.

2 Sit Guarantee Double Year* Bed S1333 Limited Supplyl"! SALE! $933 S123 They While Last SI I 03 S933 ..




;" I REFRIGERATORS 11 WASHERS I Ir I I RANGES ] J TELEVISION I

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Shelves' I In door DoorJJ2833 SJ9933
: Lowest PrICe ,_s Variable Load2Cycle
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519033 wit USED AND DEMONSTRATORS
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14# Capacity e.Eo'. Finest 1965 Model ONE ONLY USED 17" PORTABLE,..TV.. Ml T|"
Three I G E Double
12 Only 10 cu. ft. G E Refrigerator. .AUTOMATICASHER.... compare at $3499 Only SO CO 13 Slim Dtlln-New Guarent.eAcross "
Top Freezer Oven Deluxe Ranges ....... ZDOWff ONE ONLY USED IT' PORTABLE TVGuaranteed .))53Door
Shelves........ .. w/t 512933 1 FRI'-E- compo with clock, light,timer ft glass oven dr. -Good Condition. ....,. ,.,
ONE ONLY STROMBERG-CARLSON 21"
$33
6 Only -14 cu. ft. G.E Frost Free Re. Blond. Table Model-Playi Good ...
frigerator-Freezer Com )Steam&Dry 8 FREEThanksgiving F E

I I f bination.Swing Out Shelves ... .... .. 529993 With IRON Y.w w...... t I .! : [ STEREO I
I 4 Only18.8 cu. ft. G-E Refrigerator- ,-... I TURKEY

I Freezer. G.E Slide Out Shelves. 1. G-E Automatic Washer jjjjTA with Range Purchase ..
Exclusive Frost Guard System ... S503 j Rebuilt and Guaranteed ....... ..... 3U .., CONSOLE
I, - 2 G-E Filter-Flo Washer Roll STEREO
1 I!1 FREE- Late Models, Guaranteed.... EA. 575 AroundVACUUM in fin, ,
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; ''I 1 PERCOLATOR VALUE!
; ; : RADIO a i 2 Only G-E Dryers Model RP2230ALLTRANSISTOR
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} I (110 or 220 Volts. Yellow only .. EA. Buy Yours Now
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-Dressmaking, alterations, ( Legal Legal I IOORDERIOD )

draperies, ete. Reasonable 8er.. Ma, 01 or be/or, tht Irn dar at tec. ,h.tnt. '

488-1130 City, r : : : .s.OSr.U IIW4., be wnfonod or to iiifrvr saslstard eurh oompl.lnt UUNK .nd : .t 1.._.. '
n. 5.r..siCooft5tsrOdw: thIs II .
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CLASSIFIED: ADS Houses For SHEPARDLUMBER if ))ONg AND ORDERED thIs Iind R Clerk- .,,,of. Connir.Clrralt fnirt:. I
Sale torn day of October" lve4.(
Rental Mobile Homes CO. nnoNR HAnSON a mrHOHOiNG, I
CASH RATES IF YOU ARE V. :: : Wbk WYNNE.of the Circuit' Court, :::=:: celrdLC tllM. W1**, ),

a modern in SHOPPING City the for ut. [ BEDROOM APARTMENT, 10'x95' 1960 TAMPICO with 1003 N. WashIngton Blvd. Id.. *f.'J 'so"n*C1rA J.1"0a.?. '... Publl.hl Mov 10. n, Dai. I. 10. I.... ," ', :

12.Word MinimumONE most in corrfort neatness Season.furnished. On Venice beach ,2 bedrooms, 2 baths I0x3( Saraiota .I I. SASSY Bo. 'U', V.51.YAROER., .: NOTICE' OK INTKNTIOM t .:
and close'to Call between 10 a.m. .. TO RBblHTbR FICTITIOUS HAMS ;:
quality store endure Cabana with raised call: P,011.h OrL 19. No. It II, IMI,
and S p.m., 488-2896. .. .,, The undenlinxl do ha.obptirr I I '
schools, hospital and tiled concrete floor. p000 irml their, "
INSERTION and beach, Also ELLIOTT PAUL m THE COUNTY JIJOviS'S; : LUUIt s- wmdurtlni' a Vacuum ,
yoU should white IN IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. tI'> builnm at lit Vlaml, WmS. i
saw aluminum
not mlsl 12 ft x : ; \ .
seeing FOR RENTi for IN FLORIDA IN mOBATB.IK *. Fla, under oh. totlttoua' lama
8e Per Word this lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath 40 ft. carport with concrete : REt ESTATE! OF of Florida Klrbr Sale, and thai' a.14vvnioe. ,
home Central 3 or 3 or 4 BEDROOM: ROME: floor On nicely landscap.dlot. ROOF TRUSSES I.[ Re ALBERT V. BLATZ. fir,. Ia ssopomd. .1 50. 1011o"lh. .... ,

con'd.?< dishwasher' beat, disposal and air., Completely furnished Z-BR AH this for only $4,790.1 !. Alum. Windows & Doort. L. Deaeued NOTICB! TO Probit CRED1IOHS File No. nell :;: ":::-':';.ira:: pla.. eI ...Ie I

| SUNDAY AND THURSDAY built.ln stove, plus regrifera- home plus t adjoining I.Bft quire at office of Fla. Pine Contract Roofing ft Painting fHII TO ALL CREDITORS AND PFR- 00risodMo.in.F,0.9..1154..
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
efficiencies
tor. LodlJf? cabinets and which can bused Mobile Home Court The Trail Phone 488-2132 Venice AGAINST SAID E&UATEl N.rtid .' : P. O. Boos III"
70c Each storage. This as 3rd and 4th bedroom and Englev/ood Road or Ph. : You are hereby notified and reuired FI..
custom-built You foli" T'P' 01 Finrtds Klrb' .1" 10
home, 1st. time on mkt. Can or be rented out. All for 1128 488-8473. (, yog to file mar have.yi.lmo.H.lnit th.drmandwhlck Ee- M : :::: 1'
rnrlind"Mwtl.n
Additional give mo. yearly Ohs tale of AIRES? V. BLATZ Deceaa d, III I
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Each WordCLASSIFIED possession II
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notice. Furnished 3-room PerlonalRETIREE lab of Baraeota Crusts Florida In H.rold POse M percent 4,
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A real buy. Terms can be ar. apt. TAMPA MAID.13'xU' ba to Oh. ama of Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM It la our Intention to apply to th J

,.r A"te Allo('., I,... ,.. .1...,. ranged .Save 1000.00 by deal. Venice.Several Season nice $500. Aluminum Cabana8'x3S' WANTS MALE re .1.You.. coo Banwota., Houao Countr at Judr.to......In.,.tI.>.Florid.County' EareMta Cln,k of the County C Ircult, 'Florid.I Court: to I., and reglRter for I ;
.. .hat.. eI ing direct. cottages for Moon. Ih. ...,. .. .
\10. Ia II "nteu. Unfurn. or furn. tired companion to drive. of the .0000. ala calendar monlh. from the .Id Florid Kirbr 5.6 no.dor -
.. 10' .,,. Ih..lon. 10 ..nte to move right seasonal rental. Inspect at State Road Ds- 11 .PP : let. of 11 ha flret publication ot thl.Each 1a the pmvlnlon. of ('h....... t< ),..
.. lor t..tla.o.l "'an... In. Call 488. shop and help with meals I ; : I ; : Not 1_ Lawn of Flr'JWltneui -. A.to of 1045 '
A I.. .,.... eI I' ... 3943. HAZEL I. CONN, Broker partment Maintenance Yar< pay all expenses Write S. A court alalm at demand mu.t .ba In our h..cIa thIs 10'10 ... .8
... lor .1 111. Goodll.r P. O. PHONE 4883242 Sarasota, Florida. Phone 355. b.la> writing, and in duplicate! .hull I .late Oct., 1504.
1.b ,II ....11.. .. oIutlfleda, 2 BEDROOM 2 Paths 7106. Box 746, Venice.Household. i the place I of .roildenea I and poet officeeddroaa GARLAND MUMTIAM, !
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bear I HAROLD FLORY.
-Q"1'! By appohtment. 6 19 MODERN!: BEDROOM fur PAil.i.) ; : to of by the the Claimant Cl.lm.nt. hi..hall agent bewo'n Mrs II 1?. II. n. !'..
DISPLAY Gulf, Ft Venice. nhhed Goods IN ir hla attorney" I .hall he accompanied. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT
home. In quiet MOBILE HOME OWNERS IN AN) by a ella flute 4... and .s.or5. IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY ;
DOM Edition p.r Inch. .$3.0e neighborhood. Seasonally oryensly. CAN SAVE INSURANCE KING SIZE ..,.. or demand not aa riled I ih.ll. he FLORIDA IN PHOBATB:, ,,
BLACK ANGUS '" Th. filing fee m.y he added to .
1M liE IN RIO The Fy.t.1. of
Editions Inch. .$3.50 New Phone 488-4717, $ 11 WITH NEW MOBILE 5OOUSIS 1 . piI.. foes,, 4
rjBolh per "ThePalmj" New ROTISSIERE, broiler oven WILl: ::: 0. ,htoI.d I..d i .. CountSOT'I0 EDGAR I. HILUkKBRANO,
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nva.nl No. .,.. _
HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE with door. r'... ..
4 ROOM DUPLEX 2 bedrooms glass Model No. 58 : om. CREDITORS
LINER ADS Two bed room two bath acreened-ln porch POLICY Used once; Electrolux floor to Exemtor C. STROTHMANN.a. 10. ,tata. i 0' TO, AIL Tifr\ AND OTHBW j )

New Design New Feature Seasonal. Roberts Bay Drive. Exclusive with Edge-Van waxer three polisher brushes Albert V. BI.U. ..-.... AGAINST THE: HAVING ABOVK! KSTATEl rLAIMS '
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION Large Lot Orsdale Agency. light You ,, Branwell a Brown You .... hw.br
Paved Street Nokomis. Phone 488-1333. weight, easy to use. .. teluon" ft Brariford! notlflod and FoqulrH I I' f
Example oil to I la (ii any .'.. or demand, which '
No : Antique Hepplewhite drop. a. for 1IA."to.. Os,. ,..''h.' tha said .
on you mar wtai.In
City Tarn 2 BEDROOM, nicely furnish. $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils leaf dining mahogany table, Vvilllara ::: ; N.12, I" 20<<, rh5. Ion!:. the offlo. .. in. Countr Jud.. o(

,or Aced Lane "Queen Palmi"U.S. ed duplex. Yearly or sea on Coach (No deductible will seat eight Ph. 488-1908. I fl r."of : ? ;:: N THE AND COUNTY FOR SARASOTA JUDGE COUNTY COURT. bnua.Senuota et C'vntr II.....,'.Florida, Florida, In, within the court lie! *

ADJUSTMENT 41' to Albee Road sonally. Utilities furnished on wind Fl.ORIDAN ,In) calendar montha' from the d.t of
to Phone 488-3127. or hall) I APARTMENT SIZE ELECTRIC -I ty I ...... of ALBERT V. STAT the flnt publication. of thIs .oti...
Rlquem for cancellation . Shore Road: follow? signs. STOVE. Almost within ,,_.... Probate File No. 'UI K..,, ilalm' or demand mu.t ... I In
1,200 On Contents Includes rm ...
( Jat.. of The Slat of Florida to all ,,. as-lUte 0 ID dupllrala, .nd .u. ,
.diu.tment because of error Sell or Duplication 3 ROOM: FURNISHED Apart. Theft at no Whirlpool Dehumld:flcr. Ph I ''; ::-.j i; n'.rated W tha ...(. of aaid p.r.e da.rdentl Ul. plae. of ...I. .h" .nd poet offlr.
I addre. ot th. 0l.lm.nt and bo
iuit ba mad. for Thursday : D. W. ment, $65 yearly $100 sen additional coot) 48-1 221. '.lIlh.' You... nerebr. notified tI>.1 a writen .0.Ia. br Ui. 'cl.lm.nt hi. .mu.t..... of
GONDOLIER BEFORE, 5 P.m Radford Corp. icnal. Convenient to Venice. 400 Additional Living the .1 : Inetrument, purportlna to "be tOss hi. eltornw. or. li will .botoma *olaceordlnir <
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beach and Misc. For Sah .ddr I ass will, .no teetament of said dolednt to I.
Monday. For Sunday GON. Bldn. shopping.: Call 471- Expense iworn I ha. .ben admitted. to probate In EVA LOVE HII.DFRBRAND.
2569. 10,000 Personal Liability or hi. Court Fsew.t. of tha EntaU of 5
SDOLIER BEFORE 5 by .. !:d... I. Iliidrbrood d--r.
p.m. 0luirsday a .
488-4885 You are .bp aommandrd within
488-596J 290 Medical BRAND NEW 11-In. G.E. TV. : ., ,'
Payments claim l. calendai month from \.. d>te ofhe vo. H.Mn C lephordlng.
488-6651 3 BEDROOM House, on the PLUS other extensions of Never used. Retails for void. flnt publication of thla notice to Florida Power Light Building, J

water. Nicely furnished, coverage too numerous to $89.95. Will sell for $60.00. form the ,." 'anr.. In rou..can court. why and tha enow action caui':of Attorney Venice, Florida.for the F.tate. i
Phone 488.3125 RANCH HOME long or short term. NPC. Ph. mention; Call 408-2501 from 8-10 am. ty court In admlulnt .., will I'liMl.n Nov 12 10 rn, flu.. I, mI.. '
beautirull .hnuld .d unnvoked.. NOTM! f OF INTKNTION
38-3631. 57.00 In sod 4-7 no 5.0.
landscaped 3 blocks to Par per year City or p.m. JOHN T GRAHAM. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMU

Houses For Sale 3 and Golf dining Course.space Large, kitchen living, 2 2 APARTMENTS, furnished, higher adjoining outside parks of fire. Slightly pro. ONE BOY'S 26-IN. ENGLISH '. ...,. ublfahNov 8.Coiinty.....12.Judiro County 111. ,20., Peg FJorl. 8...ire l. : fl:,I.:= :h'L:: a.her.br.,. i.: 4

bedrooms> 2 baths On Dona Bay. By year or tection. BIKE with Bendix Sprocketand IN IHK 1:11111" COURTTWfLFTH Florida under th. ," ,.ai
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large utll
CITY OF VENICE season. Boat dock and fish. EDGE.VAN ORSDALE saddle baskets. One 10' x JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ALADMN MOVING *

I On beautiful Nokomls Av.. electric Ity room heat screened air porch Ing. For appointment cal' AGENCY I 10' umbrella tent with carry. ,, "' SARASOTA IN CHANCERY.COUNTY FLORIDA. th.t. mid pereonl firm la compond wh.... ..m.of the. andplare. following 5ii.' .

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home Double conditioning, 88-4608.. 114 W. Venice Ave. ng case, out 4 tImes Call IN TII L FHELAN of renlnenee' ara aa follow i '
carport tool John M e>tMl Harbor Drive,
room. IN PI.lnlllt.
with Florida room, living Tel.l 48S-H5B2.. Telephone 488-2289 488-1201.. .... ('... N.. 11.160 v enice. Florida. (;
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with fireplace -- ._ .'" .. PAUL J'RELAN. Ownerahlp of Aladdin Moving *
room diningroom SPACIOUS 3 ROOM APT .. "
FULL SIZE BED mattress Storage I. follow i
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kitchen. City water Large with fire I 1 John M. Waib 100 ...nt.It .
Real EstateHAS living room Situations and springs. Ph. 488-2374. D NOTICE: TO DEFEND per
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Wanted la IntentloiTlerk I 4. tO.
I WIlLIAM PAUL PSISI.AN lOOn mr S. Se '
Kwer, sidewalk paved place unfurnished $60
per ro : JnTTROPOL'TAN AVISNUg5500N0 .: of the Circuit roorols and for
itreet. Beautifully landscap mo. yearly lease. Close to FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. ( e 2 NEW YORK Saraeota Countv.I"I'I;\ U rearleter
YOUR PROPERTY MATURE WOMAN with experience Ihe mid nam. I Btor.RK. .
YOU ARE HERFBY NOTIFIED
ed. A real buy at $12,900.NOKOMIS shopping centers. 720 Golf Fuel oil deliveries. S&H .
BEEN ; under the provltlona of Chapter ,
FOR SALE A LONG available for baby Von a eompl.lnt for dlvorre h.
Dr. Green tO M. Law. of Florida, Art. of 1(41
TIME? AND Venice. CaU 924-8619 col. slttln,. Call 488-3881. Stamps. Standard .d to filed ...In.1 you, and you 5a.qoOesd .. of '
STILL NOT wit mr hand thl. OSlO day
of
lect after i .m.BEDROOM Heating Service. Across from ou m. to .erva 'a copy your '
p November,
SOLD? WE HAVE CUSTOMERS 1,. W. I l ,." ar pleedlnt to the complaint 1064
Roma for rowing or large RELIABLE WOMAN DRIV. fire station 488-4092. of .. I the plaintiff .ltorh_. Bno.". JDStsl M. wanT.r,01ih i
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LOOKING FOR fir. of ;:: .... sod hphordlng, Florida Power N. SO. e. Do. S, In, l,4.
family. 4 bedrooms 2V4 HOMES. WEST OF TRAIL 2 HOUSE, fur ER available. Ph. 488-2170. annota Bull'I... 0. iso NOTICBaraeola ; !S
bathe, living room diningroom IN nished Laurel. Florida Pianos_ Or ('. a''nice.htr., .. .sd Pill. 'th-n ::1 71.50.. 0. .... IS,.
CITY. BYRON MAR- BOOKKEEPING at home or Steinway Knabe Everett within i.dlov I. oh. .110.. .6 ood.rigo.-4. I = : ....: tbs I
kitchen. Many extrasin KLE REALTOR room. $70 monthly. No pets or : ork".? the"Clrcult"court' Sans- "
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dst of
thin home. Priced $11,250. PHONE children 488-3916. your office. 23 years ex George Stock Winter Cable lotlp... .. County, Florida on OF before the \\OI I:': ...". 1Ohoo. SItS tOo it
488-4708. erlence. Write Box 2. Laurel. Nelson Fayette S Cable i B>ch) day of December, JIW4. tf rou thiS Clerk .1 tho Clre,11 Croirt ho .nd lor :. 1
Fltlnr. I do ... judgment by decree- pro. Count Flnrid.. .
CITRUS HIGHLANDS CHOICE WATERFRONT lots ON THE BEACH at Casey Hallett & Davis Ihe pi.. ... will be taken ...In.1 rou AL FlOES: SERViCe: CENTTn, THO.
Female Musette Players .drirfM the relief demanded In the mo'sBUDGETPRICED. ubll.hl, Dot tl. N... a. It SO. 1M4.
Tastefully furnished 2 bed- for sale Direct from owner Key 1 and 2 bedroom Help .worn .

room, 1 bath, C.B. home. Terms or cash. Ph. 488-2738. partments. Seasonal. $1,000 Wanted Pianola Players .F hi. I
and Call Don Heath -organs- h. a
1200. ,
Well landscaped on paved BUY L-A-N.D Allen ol.lm COLOR TV
FROMN'OWLAND Lowrey
188-2191 or 488-6688. voleL '
itreet. Pried to sell for only MORE TUPPERWARE COMPLETE SELECTION OF 111. .,
$l1. OO. DEALERS ARE NEEDED! fsrss .,
. . SALE On account of 100 SLEEPING ROOMS, $12 per Housewives[ wishing to add to REBUILT, RECONDITIONED II' Jud, I II .
per cent disability, a profitable week. Outside entrance. Nokomis the family Income, demon AND FULLY GUARANTEED .. !
FRANK C. RAEBURN. man and wife business area. Phone 488-3912. trating attractive, practical PIANOS AND ,.e 48816004882649'I

Realtor Deluding stock and equip money saving TUPPER. ORGANS A.Io...., I
251 W. Venice Ave. ment. Desirable that buyerbe ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY WARE. Nationally advertisedand FROM $125

Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 I mechanically inclined. Apartment. Heated pool. On has terrific customer acceptance lorlda's Largest Music Co.' More People Own \j \

Small Investment W. Venice Ave. Weekly or and demand. For CANNON MUSIC CO. P-,5-llPs BCAYlCTOBThan

VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed. . . monthly. Phone 488-3881. further Information write 1301 Sat St., IN THE

roomi, 2 Baths sewing RENT OR SELL 3 Bed. TUPPERWARE, P. 0. BOX Opp. Florida Theatre 5 Any Other Television

room, dining room, living room home In Nokomis ONE BEDROOM CB House 1166, St. Petersburg or cal i Open Thun. & Fri. till 9 p.m II.OUNTY: Black
room, large kitchen doublesize close to schools, church with large screened porchIn 44-8331. Phone 058-1019 and White

utility room with tub and and stores. Docking privledges. Laurel. $75 per mon. Call v. or Color

cupboard., screened porch Partly furnished. 88-2639; after 6 4883939.EAUTIFULLY Money To Loan Used TrucksUSED SIDNEY
.1 I
_
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with drop awnings air conditioner $7,450.00 $63 monthly. Too.
. . FURNISHED :
and many other extras BUSINESS OR PROPERTY TRUCKS
$13,900 for quick sale CORNER LOT In Gulf View 2 bedroom home on Loans. Unlimited funds 'n r section of Nokomis Ave. Available for '.se booooossooi' II It. Van I ttt E :
Venice.
Immediate Sewer.
possession. Call vallable. Persona) appoint .. 1..atloh.1' 1-1011 rle, T. :I _DONU'I'UwO
References
S8-6474. water-paved street. 3 blocksto the season. ex- _
ment arranged. S. M. Box ;'m ( t.0.' '''
hanged. Byron Markle 'S' P0,4. R..5, W.es II'.. _'.'.......
Gulf, Bav and Civic Cener. 488-4706. 744, '11 Will.. ....haol drive p1,0.'as I>. : ...: .........
Realtor
B-A-R-Q-A-I-N-S-T $36.00 F.F. Phone th.
r.m.tlnh a.y.5.: ; oos All of
WE HAVE THEM I I I IA Help Wanted "WEST OA'ST .. draw RCAVJCTOR.MwWsa 1
LICENSE TO STEAL (al- IN VENICE 2500 sq. ft. Mobile HomesA TRUCK SALES oceanod,.

most) until Christmas only. warehouse apace $125. mo. usa N. Waihlnirton" Blvd e-.s'-.1.lmlh. COLOR TV
. . WANTED AT ONCE Raw.
Income tax and other legitimate A MOBILE HOME for U6- IPT '"rI, . j.1
.. ... .
leigh Dealer In Charlotte roes Flft ihur All-channel VHF and UHF
CORNER BUSINESS LOTon e ( ) tuning
reasons cause these sale. On a oO'xllS' lot, the County er Venice. Write PAY ANI NIGHT HrHV'rK .r.n'-| (
E. Venice Ave. Future Raw ON ALL! MAKF TRUCKS ., i ie
owners to sacrifice lots. I O'xllS' lot adjoining goes leigh Dept. FAJ 5633, Mem. FARM EOlIIPMr-NT AND| nterait.I..mln. 5 !. e Glare-proof RCA High Fidelity Color Tuba .
Beautiful corner Gulf Shores, traffic potential 600% In- with the deal. 9'x33 Cabana, phis Term. ALL MAKFS CF AUTOS .... Improved 25,000-volt (factory adjusted) I J
I I block from Gulf make an ease. Only. .$:))000.. Terms. and large carport, cement CONFLICTS: WHEEL ALKiNINfl 04-121 Utl.; ; : chassis ,

offer Waterfront Venice Gar utility with bath and sleeping FULL OR PART.TIME dance I '
SALE Due to death Inamily Boat Wanted e Super-powerful. New Vista Tuners I If
dens, mowed, fret of growth room. Septic tanks on both teachers c eded.: Training Book I,.
"i water lovely modern 2 left to be desired 8orOlO. e 4* duo-cone speaker I ."
ready for building Iota. Not much available. Apply 1233 Gulf- WANTED 12-ft ALUMINUM You .
or hold for Investment. Several B.R. 2 Bath Home, in Gulf In landscaping. Locatedon stream Ave.,. Sarasota. BOAT. T. M. Waller Bay .bUOYANT....11' e Easy, accurate color tuning ':

Inside lots Venice Gartan. View section of Venice. Reverse River Blvd. in Mobile Cityon Palm Trailer Park Engle- 50. _

2 lots on big lake In cycle air-conditioning West side, just off black- Business Personals ood. .Fir-Id.. .. OUR PRICE $399.95 I IJ
South Venice. 2 S.V. lots $400. and heating. Fire place top. Call Venice 488-1931 Carl 10 tI>. ,
Several lots B.lhore. make porch, ,arae. Landscaped, Frech, Owner.'S8MIDWAY RUBBER STAMPS made to 001 FMI .

m offer. One lot Country many large trees. Special order Overnight service ATTENTION xinnty You ,ar ,
Club Estates (near beautiful 30 day sale price $17,500. 4 room trailer. Office, personal, pocket or .(Urn ACTION TV Inc.
Full bath tub. 48'x8'. TV. .. d .,, i. ,
new Mobile Home Park). Itock. 4881432.TYPEWIUTJR8. Will the who cOralS .
Don't wait PAUL E. NOWLAND 1800. Lot No. 62, Palm & gentleman 10 ..,.". ,!
see right
these
now Broker Pines, Nokomis. : and Adding was In Woolworth'i Monday "RY"f. A.add Y, 1863 SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. 488-4574 '

. . Phone 488.1231 Machines (mechanically op. and wanted EMERSON'S ,
GULP BY OWNER FRANKLIN erated) Chemically cleaned NO BETTER SERVICE ANYWHEREINO
BEACH
nIce 2 bedroom home RIGHTS, fire-- Will Trade Trailer with cabana andpatio like new Just $12.150 plus ESSAYS contact The GON cellent BETTER PRICES ANYWHERE

Wee, Itt block In .ulf. ritv .On beautifully land- parts it required. All makes DOLIER. The book Is wait- WHY GO ELSEWHERE?
soaped corner lot In lovely Venice Stationers, 211 vV. I
water bath Iron
and sewer assessments TRADE 3 bedroom 2 log; for him.
paid, furnished. Needs some borne with rental unit. 1st restricted park. 2 bedrooms, Venice Ave. .-eU3. healthy .L.I I
2 baths screened patio awnngs _
redecoratIng widow, ; but a eacrlflceV louse mil. Phone on Sunrise 4B8 2271 Dr., days, Noko. Chrysler Air-temp Air BOOKKEEPING Income
LARGER
lady for $11,450.
. . Conditioner with or without Tax. State-Federal Wage DISTINCTIVE I

tone LUXURIOUS 3 BR 2 Bath Lots For Sale petln furnishings.Has Wall to be to seen wall to car-be your Reports horn., .Personal Champion Typing typist Real I C : j js I

eve, plus oversized Efflcl- VINICB HEs.DaLOTI appreciated. Sacrifice for 30 years experience. Nominal 1Di ornerft
"when Apartment with nice passes BUSINKSS SITES. $7675 cash complete with fur- Fe,. Charles Z.'Nalms, 1752 ; !

'trance,, bath and private en- OWNF.R LOU JACOBS. 4M IIH shlngs. Call after 4:30: p.m. Banyan Drive Venice Ha. _._ t ,;

will near beach. Owner eekdays, 488-1168. hone 488-5254.. -
take big lOll for quick
sole. Rock bottom of Rentals Ii'
price WHY PAY RENT?
122,500
takes It. AVAlLAbLE IMMEDIATELY WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.

Rent with option, 3 bed. '
MAKE nun- RAMBLER DODGE 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath, enclosed Florida room. Garage. .' I '

'nared! MobIle AN OFFER.Home on Nice nice ute rooms walk. Florida to beach.room Nicely S fur. "15 S. Tamtaml Trail t-mS48MI50 H. N. Wlmmir' Terraao floor. Fish In your own yard. I ,:

Il11dsc.ped SPECIALIST IN. . ,'
lot. Owner very shed. South Venice. Call
liCk, living In North. Must 88-5479.. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT REAL ESTATE AND $15,200

sell now. See. .us.for. this one. BEDROOMS, 1 bath housed e Brake Repair" e Lubricate Chassis Agent for Western Union leu Than 13,000 Down ,

BYRON furnished. Season. Call between Front End Alignment e Oil Change Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; I
MARKtE Realtor CONN
HAZEL
I.
Ph. 4884705A1'TRACTIVE 10 a.m. and S p.m., 4882898. a Front End Overhaul' e Adlust Hee
Wheel Balancing e : Repair' alQ aiAL STATE BOKB GALl S, DUNN A .c ala

bedroom I Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic or StandS HELP KEEP TAH1AMI TRAIL NORTH Of ALBEI to. NOKOH1S. FLA.fBONKSl ; I

' "t baths, panelled 2 BEDROOM Florida FURNISHED apartment. Near one Nokomls Radio Repair 'ard TransmIssIon Repair I Baa, ...-.... Bea. 4II-MM '0

M; Ideally located in Ven- i Beach. Good fllhln,. Call 4885127. AlreonditTonlno; Repair' and bittallatlot Je 1 l, I
ce
-Gard.ns. phone 488-6397. ." !! .H I .
,
"OR. SALE ON WATER. DESIRABLE( FURNISHED 2 FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION GULF CITY OF VENICE )I 1h
GREEN'S & BOAT DOCK! .
House Close tobeach
on deep canal off bedroom duplex. a CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath '

.l.ckbum Bay 3 bedrooms, and town. Yearly or 2-Bedroom 2-Bath Garage Carport Br.2Til.BathaL0005l< 2-Car Garage City Water ,' 'i
.8. Large lot, private dock.: seasonal Call 4885000. .. l ,
1tllOnabl.>. Phone 488-2484. Member ,Chamber of Commerce; ditloned, Fire Place: ElectrIc Kitchen All Like New end Sewer i I ; 1i,500

OUSEAT7WGROVELAND 37.po.al. Screen: Porch. Nice: : .
DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL SAS SERVICE $
small
IOUSE FOR SALE: er Rant. for rent or buy with Tr.... A Good Buy At 13800.00 Lot In Golden Beach I .
. % for balance of mort- lawn payment and pay hal.snce Heating and Air Conditioning $14,900FRANK en I I

age and small down pay. as rent. Hal new kitchen central Heating & Air' Conditioning' 'InstallatIons' GULF REALTY Baynard Road i I ,
'nL Pay balance as rent. aU heating, modern UOOO.HA.BTC'f i
and two. bedrooms. Tel. 477. I Gas Ranges e Water Heaters C.

,I : .ttnc automatic. Tel. 321. Free Eitlmete REALTOR *. TWe( Ktj. frotei 8. ST.NCIKa&L1'Oa ''- '

: BEDROOM COTTAGE for STORE ROOM or Offlci No Job Too llq Of to Small 2SI' W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-6738 214 So. Trail .oe1.V.sm.'A.n. ,

'.11 l Reasonable Call 488- building. W. Venice Ave L 263 S* tech. V.IIc..Ph., . ....2m "., ........ ,
,
8'Q" Call 438-8918 OT 488-1347 i ' ,,

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20-1\ GONDOLIER, V.nTet, Fta. fhurs, Nov 1f, 1964
Nokomis Nettings


I ., He Travels In Style In A 'Silver Cloud'By By MARX Telephone ALICE IM-534 MURRAY

arrived their
The Stewart Balrds rear round neighbor
: last week and Stewart', and friends.
CHARLES A. KOCB One of the many Interesting) sister Marian was not far -0-,
.
incidents experienced by *he .},"t:' R8 behind them. The latter always Mr E W Schultz |I. bat
I ENGLEWOODEvery couple through ownership ol ' : : takes a bit longer as from his recent i
: driver who has sat behind the *
the uncommon automobile occurred she likes to stop and visit relatives Venice Hospital .waiting
wheel has at some time or during one of their M L& a $r4l and friends In Boston, call to go to Sarasota Hoi
;,: ./ other had the desire to own trips West. a'hslr i ( ( New York and in Virginia pita! for sbrgery.
and drive a Rolls-Royce. Few .
i While visiting friends in - r
o .
,!;, ever have the satisfaction ofactually Austin and Dallas, Texas, the ',r, "\ Harry Webber of Rlvervlew United States agriculture.
, ,i owning and operat two decided to make a side ; Boulevard Is home from the total assets are worth $21
ing one of the aristocrats of Involved \ 10. ': and the rapid road blllion
This on
,', trip to Galveston "' tI hospital
the automotive world. ; ,'. r
transporting the car ".. to recovery
Frank S. Laubach of 1941 by ferry from the mainlandto I, -0- -
Illinois Ave. Grove City, Is Galveston Island in orderto The Frank Vandewaters are
y I one of those who made his reach the city, located on back with us. Quite late for ) "
.. dream come true. When Lau. the Gulf of Mexico. Th operator them but It was hard to tear PLUMBER
bach was a sales executive of the ferry boat rema.k- themselves away from their
'I with F. W. Woolworth Co., in ed that in all of his years as eldest granddaughter who
l t. Philadelphia, he had the secret pilot of the craft he had never was expecting their first A REGULAR CNECMUpON
;: desire to someday own had a Rolls-Royce as a fare. great-grandchild. The baby Ptl1MGtM0'5THgTHINGWELL
j :I one of these finely-built cars. He beamed as if he had at arrived and was named for DoIT
He made up his mind that long-last achieved an unex- gread-grandma, Annarl. FORVCUIP
t 'I' when retirement time came pected goal. - YOU'LL
I" around a Rolls-Royce would Mr. and Mrs. Nell Morse
i The pay-off came, though, GIVE USA
be one of the luxuries in when the ferry docked at the and Mr and Mrs. A. R Hudson
which he would indulge of Term. RING ?
I Galveston slip and, lo and be. Chattanooga, ,
I So after 41 years of outstanding hold! the first auto waiting are here for their annual va- ,
fs service with the five. in line to make the trip cation but can ata.' only for ,
and-ten company, Laubach back was a counterpart of the two weeks this time. They
did! _not_hesitate! to realize. two Laubach car plan to come back later.
of his lire-long objectives The'hlstory'of the Rolls- -
buy a Rolls-Royce and retire Royce is most interesting as The Earl Caseys from the
r I to Florida That was in 1958 many of its aspects are .. hometown of many of their
The Rolls-Royce was pur'cbased "stranger than fiction." neighbors around here On-
.. in their hometown of The Honorable Charles SLEEK-LINED ROLLS-ROYCE owned by Frank 5. Laubach, lubricating system. Three mufflers make engine to quiet tario, N. Y. arrived backon Iiiii,

., most Medford of, its N J.service, but has in FlorIda seen Stewart pioneer Rolls,salesmen one of Engand's met- Grove City, i it considered! an achievement in automotive that, "at 60 mile an hour, the loudest *oic* comes from here Saturday.for the winter They amongst will be
I manufacturer Laubach'i 1958 model the electric clockl"accident. !
ear
as the retiree and hit Frederick Henry Royce perfection among
< I wife I Mary, moved to their: crane builder and early car it classed at the "Silver Cloud" and iportt an automatic

I present Grove City address in manufacturer, some 60 years Luxuriously comfortable
I 1959 ago. The association produced tim h* was 14 he was saving auto racing and car selling City model Is listed as a "Sil
I The silver-gray car never a company whose productis money derived from a 54-hour His agency handled foreigncars Royce carried on the business ver Cloud" sold to Frank S. economically priced!
fails i to draw comment and a synonym for excellence work week and was attend- as he felt they were far from his French Riviera Laubach, Esquire, and bears . ,
i I cause heads to turn as the around the world. ing night school. His first superior to the home product villa until he died in 1933, at chassis number LSGE 498.
1\\ Laubachs make their daily Royce, son of a poor miller, business was selling electri- Knowing Rolls wished to sell the age of 70. The English manufacturing
t trips to Englewood doge earned his first monev at :0, cal goods which was followedby a good English car, Henry Not so many years ago the firm is still pretty much composed
City stores and post [ I selling newspapers By the crane building When his Edmunds, a founder of the Rolls-Royce car was the most of conservative engineers
J!:. 0 I Ir French automobile kept Royal Automotible Club, arranged undersold article of consumer who enjoy the privilegeof
EXPERIENCED MECHANICS breaking down, he decided to a meeting of the two. goods in the whole world building a car largely the
I build himself a car. Recognizing Royce's car asa Built by single-minded engineers way they think it should be
I I: Member Chamber of{Commerce Always stickler for pre good one, Rolls agreed to who aimed to make it built "I suppose," says
cision, Royce.a devoted many promote sales for all the cars only the "best," it was "allo Smith, a PhD and managIng -
B&W Auto Repair hours imi'roving his first Royce could manufacture.The cated" to a tiny market director of the Motor Car
model to eliminate noise, and well-built car made its among the nobility and plutocracy Division, "you might say that
debut on April 1, 1904 and Rolls.Rovce is the
I MODERN EQUIPMENT provide smoothness in running of the world. Many only com-
completed a IS mile test run in the world
times Rolls-Royce actually pany that makes
of
f EXPERT BRAKE SERVICES through quality construction
without incident. automobiles for "
the
f Royce's 10-horse- discouraged would-be customers fun of it.
ALIGNMENT & WHEEL creation was a master The partners, Rolls at 21 whose social standing or Advised that there Is a
-e; BALANCE ,p power piece of the day boastingtwin and Royce, 41, astounded auto attainments were deemed be. Rolls-Royce agency in St.
ENGINE TUNE UP & cylinders, overhead Inlet enthusiasts at a number of neath the car's. Up until Petersburg, if he ever needs
I. I motor shows and set new repairs, Laubach estimates
OVERHAUL 'ot valves, a revolutionary World War II, RollsRoycenever ,
carburetor and was water standards in driving comfort sold more than 1,200 a off-hand, that he'll drive his
i I AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE cooled. and auto-mechanics. In 1904 year. "Silver Cloud" another six

,t I I. TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1 Hon. Charles Rolls, son of a the Royce-Rolls, as the first After the war, British years before needing the ex
,. I f' lord, was born to affluence car was called, was awardeda wealth was taxed to death act address. Ke-discover the Joy of carefree ,
629 E. Venice Ave Ph. 488-350 diploma and a gold medalat
and a life of leisure. However, and the company's aircraft-
feet! Feel the gentle lift" of
the Paris Salon. At the
Ills active nature led him into engine business began to GOOD INfENTIONS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
i"a Motor Show of 1906 they introduced make it volume-conscious : the built-up arch..th luxuryof
a revolutionary car, Company policy slowly began MIAMI (AP)-Twenty well.: complete toe freedom..the
the six-cylinder Silver Ghost, to change meaning firefighters caused superb fit,the soft leather. All BUILT-UP ARCH
MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH I hailed world"as Soon"the accepted best car by in the the The company looked towardthe more damage than the hotel this, and a size for YOUR foot 111.! 4t"lf tolorn n
American market and in
NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY fire they attempted to battle -at real economy price! widths AAA-REI
aristocracy, car could not be 1956 sold around 300 machines the Miami Fire Department -

I : I Cover year motile h...., ptnonil property sad Beftenel liability. Court I Ion timid by produced with the fast enough to keepup In the U.S. double the num. said.
demand
s j t. 'i.,.. l.jMn.n. . wind.torm. hail. xplol.on. not 1 civil commotion, filling eirereW vohiclel, has been and list there ber of the best previous postwar I Hotel guests grabbed a fire Jerry'sSHOE
of
f 1.. ,",1 seat.. findililm t melicioul .muchif hooting, oviform, blowing up of' water hoitor, ,I... .......,.. fronting and olectncol dimooo customer ever since is estimated that Rolls- : feet from the fire, so they decided -
t* .ppli...... Delivery time on a new Royce sold about 609( cars in to give the area a good COMFORT SHOP
Rolls varies from nine to 18
the .. S. In 1957 about a seeking, "for "
PACKASI RATES INSIDE CITY 01 IN ADJOINING 'ARKS months good measure.
Cue '1. lightly, higher .aide of lire protection. model and, depending extras. on the quarter of its world sales In The Fire Department said 251 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, Fla Telephone 488-3450

I NO.ILI HOMI, CAI.PORTE, I Rolls became interested In the engine past division 30 years has its aircraft grown its men arrived, threw a mat Specializing la Arch Supports and Orthopedic/ Shoes
CA5ANA ETC 5 4,000 I 6.000 I ,000 110.000I Dying and purchased one of to dominate the company's tress out the window. Damage Hours: 10 *jn. to 4 p.m. doted Wednesday
I CONTENTS 1,200 Ieoo 2,400 J.OOO the earliest planes to fly in I total business Since i World from fire: slight. From wa HEADQUARTERS FOR DR. SCHOLL'S SHOES
I liABILITY 10.000 10.000 25,000 1i0,000 England. Although Blerlot, War II, moreover, Rolls- ter: substantial
-. the Frenchman, was the firstto Royce got Into diesel engines
COST peR YEAR 851 $ 6. 79 892 ,
I cross the English Channel, gasoline engines, heavy
This hoi DEDUCTIBLE 'It 'firtt dollor for claim fromany gearboxes -
I NOTE policy NO providoi covoroao Rolls was one of the first to
...,., listed obovo. Wo adjust| claims promptly and Utuo claim choclcl right In ouroffice. make and torque converters
..... a round-trip, non-stop vhlch account for more of SENIOR CITIZENS-HEAR THIS !
Wo oro the Eicluuve ., .1 for this insurance company in the Venice flight between Great Britain
I the; company's revenue than

I l @ >L.'V... _VIlIv#7t V 1 AeLNOY. 111 W. Venice Avt @ and later,France.on July Several 11, 1910 weeks he automobiles$237 million do., in Of 19 a 7,grossof it is P&O now offers you I special low far of $49 for S-S Florida 3 and 4 day cruises!

I TlL.488.2289 crashed and became the first estimated that only some $20 to Neitau Fifty of' 200 firtt-clau: stateroom reserved, for you on each cruit.
t 1 Englishman to die in an air or $21 million came from the
sale of about 2,400 motor cars Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure/ and leisure

) I. i A full page advertisement aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S-S Florida
In i a September 1958 Wall
I i 1. Street Journal
proclaimedmany
of the innovations and PHONE OR WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS NOW

; purchased driving-comforts by Laubach of the model plus ALL OUTSIDE FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS NO INSIDE ROOMS

t Just ourst le the entry.price: $13,500 FOB portof

: ':Ijl Much of the automotive
terminology in the maintenance -
book provided with
.I j 9 '65 Dodge Polara. A big handsome hunk of machinery that's Daubach's car seems quaintto GALA CRUISES

I I I \ I raising eyebrows all over the country. Outside neat : Americans.are: petrol Some pump examples ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED

II ;. clean, distinctive. Inside, inches bigger than last year. (fuel pump), shock dampers S-S FLORIDA
1\\ t , I Quicker, too. With a 383 cu. in. V8. standard equipment that I (shock absorbers), windscreen .
,,'i' a (windshield), bonnet
r i likes regular gas best Climb in and take a look around ([hood), dynamo (generator), II

01 I ::1 1 ;!;; .: Appointments and trim that you would expect, only luggage boot (trunk), and MIAT NASSAU
I j cubby box (glove department
on more expensive cars. ).
:4'h Nicest thing about the '65 Dodge Polara If the looks, spirit An impressive-looking guarantee
LOW CRUISE FARE INCLUDES
f I and luxury get you going the price won't slow you down. is granted each original SPECIAL FARE FOR )

i t. ,' Dodge comes on big for '65.Why not come The purchaser 12"xl8"of a Rolls-Royce SENIOR CITIZENS All mtl-including festive Captain -
heavy parch '
, I ; along for the ride ? At your Dodge dealer's.'ES ment document is printed in s Dinner) Full entertainment pro-
't red and black. The Grove (Minimum Ages: grem-Cruill Director, floor ihowi.

II I iI Men 65, Women 62)) movies, games' and print, 'calyptob
I 1'1! ; I , band! Captains Cocktail Party!

,I .J i! a Il Continent! breakfast! Midnight
o I I .-I' snacks! Duty-free shopping on board!

; I. ONLY SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING
: FOB S AND 4 OAT CRUISES
I Eftothro thn JII .ry HOTEL . docks at
I s' 1WI .:act oo.ulllnn famous Bay Street
of DMomber

: ) r j : i 11. IS ornboNor. end It IM4Flnrt : t in downtown Nassau

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4 i W MOt0Al00RPORAnON 3-DAY CRUISES FREE PARKING

FRIDAYS AT 4.45 PM ,In MUmfi lngrhm
.. .. . Po/era 4-DAY CRUISES SAIL 4' k while yore
Dodge ,
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