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: October 1, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00238
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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p _- 6 6N Bomb Call Robberies Solvedi, i

Bomb In high ichooll' 4pm. police had in custodya at least eight or 10 othercases' already in the building were The police chief said he felt r I
aid the voice and hung 15-year-old South Venice Involving recent cleared out until the search the arrest of the four youths I 1
youth who admitted makingthe thefts and burglaries includ- was completed. would account for most of the .
up.This was the call that gal- call Ing two at the high school Shockey said Wednesday; break-Ins and small burgla-
vanlzed police into action Break-Ins Solved I Opening classes at the high that the youths already have rice which have occurred in '
shortly after 8 am. Mondayand Questioning of three other school were delayed for ap admitted 11 burglaries in the the Venice area since last
sent Police Chief John youths all juveniles In proximately 20 minutes Monday past five month.. "And I'm Msy I
Shockey and three patrolmen connection with the bomb morning as Chief Shockeyled satisfied he added, "that Besides money, the loot ,
hurrying to Venice High scare also netted police an the police detail and men these same boys are involvedIn stolen by the quartet included I ,3 If..
School for a thorough searchof unexpected dividend teacher. in an intensive several more which we expect more than 100 cans of
the premises Chief Shockey said the Investigation search ot the school buildings to clear up in the next beer, cigarettes, soft drink ,t
No bomb was found, but by "probably broke and grounds Students I couple of days bottles and cases Shockey r ,
said the youths told him they
N : "'awu xt' had staged beer parties at the
Myakka River with the stolen it I

No Baling Wire-Curwood beer Boy's Voice i,

The bomb threat was re- ;
i celved by Police Dispatcher ,
John Harris over the tele- t,'
K; VENICE AT FAIR Frances Webln- with Gov Farris Bryant and Priscilla Jane By SAM DILLON without a cough or wheeze also noted that all rolling ped with hour meters to accurately phone at 8:05: am. He reported
of Overbrook Gardens, Englewood, the Schnarr, current Miss Florida," during a Venice Public Works Director and appeared to be in good stock is kept under cover in clock the exact time that the caller sounded likea
ning' Miss Venice," Is shown, at left recent visit to the New York World Fair Guy E. Curwood this week mechanical condition despitethe storage sheds built for the the equipment is In use. young boyPatrolmen ,
denied allegations by ex-City advanced age of two or purpose and is maintained "We keep a time card on Frank Covill,
Engineer Tom Slider that city three piece.. regularly by a full-time me- the garbage trucks,"' said Bill Kruger and George Kind. J",
'. equipment is held together Curwood pointed out a tractor chanic employed by the city Curwood, adding that the engines er assisted In the search, a- ,
Prominent with baling wire. and one truck he said in its own maintenance shop, are serviced on the long with VHS Principal JohnE
wo Last Call And he invited The GONDOLIER were purchased when the Records Kept basis of such a record on the Davis and the entire staff t '
to make a persona! Venice Army Air Base was Curwood also explainedthat assumption that the engines of male teachers.
inspection to prove that it's deactivated in 1945 The tractor daily records are kept on are running continuously all I After the threat was found
To not, "I'll take my chances," he said, still Is used regularly all equipment which he saidIs day "We know the engines to be a hoax, the students returned j"
lesidents Die RegisterFor Curwod said when he calledat and the truck about serviced regularly on aren't being stopped every I to their classroomsand "
this reporters home Sun. twice a year to haul shell. schedule And he scoffed at time they stop the truck,"' the bell for the first per- i 1
those who can't getaway day after reading Slider The public works directorand Slider assertion that garbage -' Curwood said. "The batteries lod sounded at 8,35, amDavis fl i
ness of several months. She from business dur charges( in Mondays GONDOLIER city building inspector trucks should be equip. 'I (Continued on page 2) I ordered classes resumed
was 70 Ins the day, registrations on normal schedule with
Sylvanus Cobb Turkenkoph, will be accepted from 7 The city official said the the lost time made up at the
77, of Bayshore Drive, Voen. p.m. until 9pm. tomor equipment had not been end of the school day, '
ice, nationally known engineer touched since )it came into the Make-up Time
and co-builder of the row.Be sure and register and city garage after work Saturday The VHS principal said this \,
famed Stub Bearcat sports Vote on Nov. S. No matter The request was for the was to point up the policy of 1
I automobile, died Tuesday for whom you vote but reporter to meet him at the having! to make up all time '
morning at his home. vote! city garage and storage shedson lost where a bomb scare or
Methodist funeral services Saturday Is the last day Seaboard Avenue at 7:30: ( other: hoax cuts into school
for Mrs: 'Perkins''-were held you: can register to vote In a. n.- Monday to watch the a time,, '
Sunday ,in New Orleans, her the NOT 1 general election. equipment being started and Chief Shocker said the Federal {
former home. The family suggested A deputy registrar will leaving on the day't work assignments Bureau of Investigationwas I
that those who wish to be on hand at the Venice notified of the bomb
do so, make a memorial con- Civic Center from 9 a.m. No Baling Wire i threat and that the G-men
tribution to the South County until noon and I pm. to 5 Sure enough, not a single k ) would be called Into the investigation
Cancer Fund, of which Mrs. p.m. tomorrow and Satur piece of baling wire was In if further threatsare
Charles McG Roberts is day. .. evidence. All the equipment, received.
(Continued on pate 2) in fact, started up promptly Shockey said after leavingthe I
school, he saw an unfamll.
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tar teenage boy walking along
the street The police chief

Aid For Air Seaper said the youngster was taken

IRS BERTHA PERKINS IRad o PridW Into released custody for questioningand

f>ath claimed two widelyn I- --4c E .4 Nabbed Again j\ t
,r I Later In the day, the same ;
Venice area residents The Federal Communlca operational as soon aa the minute, or once every ; picked again for
youth was up
Inn the past week lions Commission has I equipment can be purchased five seconds, 24 hours a day questioning, along with three
rlzed the City of Venice autho'l City Council already has The tone will be modulated
!In. Evert L. companions after It was reported
authorized the $2,500 cost at
stall a non-directional 1,020 cycles per second that the four had been
kins of Nokomis, who was beacon at the municipal airport The beam will operate on a City, Councilman Ralph Anderson seen making calls from a j
minently Identified In area which will be of assist. frequency of 209 kilocycles airport director, sayi public telephone in the Venice '
u. social and welfare ance to both air and seaborne I and its call letters will be this information is under. Shopping, Center about 7:45:
''Miles. died In a New Or. traffic. These call letter. will be standable to those who makeuse a.m. '
\*hospital following an i!1- The new beam will become transmitted at the rate of 12 of. such beams, even if Shockey said the youths admitted -
It isn t comprehensible to the making two phone I
!layman.The calls to the high school about: '
I I beam can be tuned in Sam. which were unanswered ,' / 't
Contract i
Library Signs for a distance of 50 miles by but denied i making the
both aircraft and boat. out in bomb threat 'fi
the Gulf, and will be the only "He was pretty cocky at
radio "fix" available on a first," said Shockey, "untilI ,
[Directors( of the Venice library last year County retary, and Rockwood Bui 24-hour basis j V j ;t told him the Bureau (FBI)
of the Friendsof
ea Friends of the Library Commissioner Masel Hustonof president "
lea the Library board of dlrectors might want to question him '
a second-year contract Venice, said the amount
"rtay with the Sarasota exactly matched the budget Others on hand for the OPEN HOUSE and reception at the new around the table are Mrs Harold C Beake He said the youth attitude ,
Wjr Commission for $31,- request of the library board signing Included Frank J.. Presbyterian Church House attracted large (bottom left), building committee chairman; changed almost at once. .1
i In operating fund. for the County money pays for operation Mayer, library board treasurer numbers of Venice area residents of all the Rev David A. Dowles, church pastor, Shockey said the youngstertold then being
him another boy

nice Area Public of the library, includIng ; Jay Odell, member of 3 denominations Tuesday night! to view the Gerald Shell and George E. Youngberg, In another office I
The county funds willy the salaried of Librarian the Sarasota County Library p new structure Refreshments were served Jr. building committee members; and questioned who actually i
f the operation and main Dorothy Lantz and two assistants Advisory Board: George E sah'Rrl from this attractively arranged table by the hostesses Mrs Lucien P. Smith, Mrs. William was Continued the one 2))
( page
Net of the Venice Library Mr.. Kay Durfee and Youngberg Sr., library board hostesses who are shown here serving memo B Elchelberger, Mrs Gerald Shell I j
;rough the 1984-65 fiscal Mrs. Sam Dillon, as well as member and chairman of the bers of the building committee. Clockwise and Mrs. David A. Bowes! '
", beginning today. the purchase of new books building committee, WilliamL. i Baptists Start ;
1'hia Glenzlng, library board
year s amount is $45 The contract was signed by
v than the $32000 given the Mr. Harry J. Mogford, sec member, and Mrs. Lantz Chamber Will Produce "

....,. 'J' Nokomis Mission

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OSPREY A new Baptist:

I Home ShowThe ,. Chapel Is being started j
C awr ytil tiAIi 65 the Oct First 4 under Baptist sponsorship Church of of I.i' ,

Osprey. \. \>
1069 Home Show to be VACC Executive Director C show outlining the chamber The new chapel will be l {,
; staged Feb 17-20 at the Ring A. (Nick) Keller to write a action known as Nokomis Baptist ; ;
ling circus arena will be pro- letter to S. M (Jim) Jlmison, The VACC Home Show committee Chapel and The Rev John "
TUB REV. GREENE 1 duced by the Venice Area producer of last year s show, will handle the entire : Gill will serve as interim
Chamber of Commerce itself, notifying him that no contract show, including sale of booth pastor The temporary meet.
the board of directors decided will be signed by the chamberfor space, staging and publicity. Ing place will be the Seventh '
Greene Is New Tuesday him to produce the 1963 Money collected from the exhibitors Day Adventist Church on I' J' .
VACC directors approved a show will be deposited in a pocono Trail 'I' t
recommendation of the Home Jimison also is to be notified special Home Show account I The new chapel Is being 'I I:
Show committe that a contract that new contracts he has The VACC board also tabled established as a result of the '' d
SV Minister be signed with M.nni i signed with exhibitors are not until next year any action in growth of the area and a survey -
craft Exhibitor Service of valid and money already collected support of a proposed publication showing a number of un. "
by him should be returned by Lloyd Mader of affiliated Baptists and ot.'ers :'
SOUTH VENICE.:..The Rev. The Venice Area Cham. Keller also was directed Sarasota called Panorama of with no church affiliation f, P
Ferman Greene of Tampa ber of Commerce requests to write all exhibitorswho Venice. Directors also votedto said The Rev' Edward Owens, 4
will assume new duties Sun that aU Individuals who took part in last year'i take the '10,000 Visitor pastor of the sponsoring FirstBaptist I
day as pastor of the South have uncollected accounts Guide booklets and a 17V4 per Church. I : I
of the Naza- cash override Instead of The follows a year's ,
Venice Church owed by S. M. JIm) Jlml WEATHER cent move
rene at the corner of Seaboard son, or who signed contracts exercising their option for study by a Mission Committee I ,
and Orange here. with him for space In the High Low Rain 20,000 books and no financial including Porter Wood, I I I I y
The new Nazarene minister IMS Home Show, get In SEPT. 23 88 68 return. chairman; Mrs L. H. Thames Ii;1
comes to the Venice area' touch with Executive Sea SEPT. 24 88 70 No action was taken on a Mr, and Mra A R Keen, Lm t V I'
from the Drew Park Church retaryCEKellef. SEPT. 25 92 71 suggestion that the board Elmer Santlsteben, Mrs Edward I" II -i'
of the Nazarene at Tampa _ SEPT 26 93 72 meet twice monthly In the at Owens Mrs Ronnie I r j p
.. which he has served as pastor Tampa to furnish booths and SEPT 27 92 73 .11 ternoon instead of once a Garavalia and P. D Baird, ,::1"j'f Y
;?JDS TOR' Rockwood Bui- Frank J. Mayer, library board treasurer since August, 1962 The associated services for the SEPT, 28 92 14 month at night as it presentlydoes. the latter two of Nokomis 1
1 LIBRARY Commissioner Masel C, Huston, Jay Rev. Greene succeeds The show SEPT 29 92 T4 I t
::' President, and Mrs: Harry J Mogford, County Library Rev. C M Andrews) who resigned RAIN FOR SEPT, t74 20% off on all BRAND- j
Sarasota County
also Instructed
of the The board
the Odell, member SHOES this weekend 1 ;i' '
wtary of HAWAIIAN NAME ,
; of the Venice Area Friends to the Get your ]I (
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Commission. Sept. accept 1
Lib rar,.' sign the Advisory Board. County :;: at Eustls JONATHON APPLES SIb thANNIVERSARY SALE I I PARTY special this week during Blitcht 5th anniversary l )I''
Sa Librarian Dorothy ,
missiontforloperating pastorate '
J ota County; er Fred Haigh, Serving the South Venice I bag 39 cents at Kwik Chok l now on at W T. Grant in end at Publix In Venice Shopping : of their downtown Venice {i..; i' I
Akicg, -'fo"r the Venice Area ,Public Library Lents (Continued on pap 1 1) in Rlalto Shopping Center Rialto Shopping Center Center store 209 W. Venice A.VI.ISS .
oQ (standing left to right) are

2-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl. Thurs.. Oel. I, 1964 BOMB CALL Candidate Holley Saturday Hop


(Continued from page 1) At Teen Have

Obituaries ,
J made the call.Shockey A
Bradenton .

I I MRS. EUNICE V. DAVIS HARRY STEWART youth confessed said after the further other In South County TourRepublican will combo play called for SaturdaJ'1 The CIe q

1 I Stewart questioning. All four youths from 7:30: to U:JQ oru
Mri. Eunice V. Davis, 60, Harry 64, of 317 I Teen Haven h.
of Kenwood Lane Nokomijdied < Los Rios St., North Port Charlotte were referred to Sarasota Republican the VenIca
Saturday at Venice Ho, died Friday ,at Venice County juvenile authoritiesand gubernato rial I agencies, which he asserted Sarasota accompanyingthe port Mrs.youth Bertha center IfIt
candidate Charles R. Holley have grown out of bounds under candidates Reynold.
pltal. Memorial Hospital. relrased to the of ,*
custody included
Holley motorcade Haven director
stumped the South County in machine politics.A Ita
She was born In Mooslc, He was with the shipping
their Miller and Robert her
parents. the Leslie C. appreciation
t: + a whirlwind series of grassroots pl.nto reorganize for
Pa., and later lived in Dover, !} V.Y department of Truscon Steel lilt'
} Police said a 17-yeor-old campaign rallies Friday state road building program M. Wright for county commission turnouts at the dance, IIa
; N. J. She came here from Tr Co., of Youngstown Ohio, for the IIn
i that city In 1939. 18 years and came here from also was implicated by the throughout Sarasota County. also was stressed by the can ; Jack Knuckles, youth center -- tllell
B : Holley spoke at both Venice didate.In sheriff; Walter Calger, for month for the 196ALLpN
Survivors include! her bus- Youngstown In 1963. He wasa juveniles in the recent thefts. IeI A
and Englewood where he his bid for the governor'ship constable and Harry Frazee,
Hillard Davis two native of Sharon !
band. ; Meanwhile, police i are school ; ,d
board.Joining .
Mrs. Bernice Mr. Stewart was greeted enthusiasticallyby I Holley laid he !Is especially for
daughters was memberof
Mann of Sherman Oaks, Calif the Baptist Church the pressing their Investigation his supporters The GOP anxious to debate campaign \ the Holley bandwagon I
Into the continuing rash of Democratlecandidate for his Englewood appearance N
a and Mrs. Eunice Kent of No- Jim Gardner Club of North candidate for governor will issues with
obscene telephone calls to Democrat but that his were the following Ill
oppose Haydon Bums I
11 komls brother, George Van Port Charlotte and St Alban'sMasonic
; a Convalescent
II Lovender of Stroudsburu, Lodge 677, F&AM in teenage girls and women of Burns, mayor of Jacksonville, opponent "has persistently, re. Charlotte County Republican qj hot
j U] Mildred Youngstown. the area. Shocker said there at the Nov. 3 general election. fused to accept my chal candidates: Jean Brooks and Nursing HOlfte
Pa. three sisters, Mrs. .Ir
; is evidence. the "
no obscene school
A Survivors include Holley declared emphatically lenge. Emerson R. Johnson, 24
tl Singleton and Mrs. Adelaide his widow lion ;
ft I II HaoersberfTer!! of Avoca, .Y Mrs. Viola Stewart; two calls are the work of the that as governor, he would In addition, Holley declared. board; Pat Dornbos Justiceof Narthj -k m

r Pa,. and Mrs Gladys Sivei daughters, Mrs. Ruth Ursillo lame youths who made the veto any bill passed by the "I find it difficult to determine the peace; Carl Preston, I lit Phone Venicetgpp a

(I' II of Massachusetts of Massapequa Park N. Y., bOb threat. legislature raising the pales my opponent' viewpoints constable; Floyd E. Hoskins, Leos 411 I IL U
E and Mrs. Virginia Valance of police chief said he has tax: rate or any extension of on the issue becauseof clerk of the circuit court; 0
Funeral services were conducted
flushing Island had only three reports re the sales tax to include gro- his' day-to-day. contradictions John T Clancy, Glen 0.
d by The Rev. Edward Long N. Y.
I and seven grandchildren ; cently of obscene calls which erles and medicines. He of himself." He also Dobbs and Hubert pohn, II

k a Church.Owens Osprey.of First Monday Baptist at DR. CHESTER R. KYLEDr. Services will be held In could be attributed to a teen. Further stated he would veto charged that Burns' experience County commission; RichardA. '

Brookfield Ohio this iger. Several area women, any new taxes or any Increases as mayor of Jackson Stlckley, sheriff; Bill Bur. I'm proudto
of week.
a Farlev Funeral Home Chapel. Chester R. Kyle, 45, ,
Rawles Funeral Home however, have reported re In present taxes and striveto villa disclosed a "pitiful record dett, tax assessor; Mary 7
Burial will be tomorrow at was
Vista Road died Tuesday at charge of local ceiving profane calls from an eliminate the need for any of accomplishments with Sides, tax collector; and represent t
in Duryea arrangements thl
d Marcey Cemetery m file: home. anonymous caller with a ma such taxes bv correcting over- enormous increases !in that I Birdena Russell, supervisorof f

:, r Pa. I ture-sounding voice. laps and duplications I in. state city's debt and taxes. registration :
r A native of Middletown, '
MRS. Tf'EUf"OLIAND Ohio, he later lived in Dayton I I WORLD'LARGESy
0 L Mrs Thelma Holland where he had a chiropractic No Baling Wire (Continued from page 1) Damages a

office for 13 year. He
t Trenher. 60. of 313 Pedro St., ADMISSIONS! (Continued frem pare 1)wouldn't engineering duties. Re also Patrias Home
} 1 ed and came to retlr'j as Perkins was founder
died Sept. 24 at her home. (apt 1ft &..1,. Mw Ball. Noko.
1954. mist '"valllra.1"'....."1' V.I.., Cm"Sap't. stand It in the first said Slider was told he and first president of the
: Retired former owner of 0100. place."I could finish out his probation. Venice Order of Does was Damage estimated at $1,000 )

t Patio Hotel she lived here for Dr. Kyle was graduated wood i,1.Enlra 17l Howard Davla. Nokomltr T; Baliar k..eaed Eiwla- certainly don't know ary period which still had co-founder with Mrs Joseph was caused by a fire Monday

C approximately 24 years She from' Palmer' School of Chiropractic Madltan v..I.., John Wol..... why he took off at me," Cur. about five weeks to go. Hurt of the College Club of night at the home of Mrs. alr
I I e was a native Virginian. Mrs. Phrllla;: StlkalHiUiar. Vanleal Hal- wood declared. '"I did
In Davenport Iowan Rut Vanleal, Pau-kla Jaraaa, VanSnt. every. Slider told The GONDOLIER Venice and its first president Gertrude Patrias, 305 Sarasota
I I n Tresher was a member of the .mom. AUTOMOBILE
thing I could to help him sole
Friday he and devoted much of her timeIn St., Venice
was given no
I Baptist! Church. Venice Yacht and studied at lit John Craaltiouaa' Bnalawood .
1942 Logan's would make a good showin
i Hillard MaeConnal. Vrnlrat: specific notice and was told behalf of the Retarded The blaze destroyed a 15- INSURANCE
I Club and Venlce-Nokomis Basic School of Chiropractic Marcurita Journaajr, Vanlaal, M....' *." he could leave anytime. Children's Organization here. foot outboard boat and damaged
Woman's Club for which she Old., Vanloat Elaanor D.ll.corta, COMPANY
and Wiley's Spitler Clinic in van.I.I Slider served notice
I was the Nokomis I the carport and adjoin
;t chairman of the house Martha "' teelan. d.I. .. Mayor rohard said later She also originated
was Eaton Ohio At the time of ....."' V..I.., last Thursday by Mayor Nettings column which Leg workshop
S and grounds committee. he dramas. North Port. .... Friday that he had talked
his death was studying lottai Smyth D. Brohsrd and Council
ti Elmnor' Mutton Vent,. with Commission appears In The GONDOLIERand A next door neighbor Mark '
There are no known survivors. writing with ICS. He was a ''::Wllll.. EtlU\ C-unnlnali.m.: NoVa. I President E. S. (Bill) Raymond i I County was Its author until illness Stlres of 233 N. Nassau St., I
member of Delta Sigma Chi ,''Ill .. Pro Funeral services were held tel.hkv. Vale, Parker who told him Slider forced her to give up her discovered the fire about 7:30: :.Q, P
Fraternity. tend to him
Ill CharloMa' Cowan Vela, sign to a ,m. and alerted the Venice
Monday at Rawles Funeral DoltnatU Millar. v.,..t, Ada Ib_ the conclusion of his ohr could have back his old Job 'lb'J I
Home Chapel with The Rev. Survivors Include his wld- nan, Vanloai Paul, alch...... Enitla.wool with the county as assistantto Before moving to Venice fire department. Young Stlres : ,

Richard R. Lloyd of First ow, Mrs.. Bobble J. Kyle; a .ant I R.8........_. Sandam.Sr.. Enirlawood Vanlcai. ,: Ri Boar ! months The former probationary assistant period.county County Engineer Chuck she lived in Miami, whereshe also removed Mrs. Patrlas'automobile r

Baptist Church of Venice of daughter, Miss Marsha Sue "'uh. Pmlawowl! Pearl, Wnlt,. Morgan. Brohard said hetalked was president of the from the enclosed :
Kyle r f Dayton. and his narnU Nokom''.. Waltar Monk North Port engineer was hired May 1 on afterward with Slider American Association of Uni garage adjoining the burning
harkitte! Mlrhael Pea, Noknmla.upart six I months probation aa city "" I
.l.riCMr.! : .. James A. sane. III OU.. H.denna_ VI., who by that time had calmed verity Women and was voted workshop.The ":" 1
: t OKaaf: ,, VanlMt .:.i.1-: ::. I planning director and cltyeI'fneer one of the 10 outstandingwomen fire was soon brought
'f I Kyle. ., Vnla: 'a..e.. Lan." ; to succeed Paul A. down since earlier in the day .
ELECT STOKES I arellla Wlaib! tn.le..odt A llce BTu! when he talked with The In the Miami area. under control by the firefighters HUGH G. v
r Private funeral services .h.r, Nokonfal, H.!... I. Rlahl v.,. Youngberg Sr., who resignedto She was. the former Berth. who confined the flamesto I
j L :' COUNTY JUDGE I, Jacob R Merrill. Doe Grande I accept a position in Atlantaas GONDOLIER. "He was feelIng
will be held after
tomorrow mdler F Jelka. V.,!... better when I left him," Lavinia Ward and a native of the workshop and carportarea. McPHERSONOppxIU pt
I' noon at Rawlea Funeral ....1. (It Anna 110....,.... Vraloai, president of a Georgia de. lattiaburg. Miss. Upon graduating ,
DEMOCRAT Brohard said.Younpberjt. .
Friends hillla,)! Merara, "'.k...'.. l.rl." velopment firm. vein Girem
i Nov. 3rd 1964M Home Chapel may Couture. Venice Olive Hubbeek v... from Mississippi State Hit .. TAMIAMI T1UILVtXICI.
...... call at the funeral home today :ret Mar C. Mnrer. North. Pert Charttat Council President Raymond / already has College in '1(14 she taught FLOBIDA
FoL Aa> ay ea.dldate from 7to9p.m. Charlie Mi !Edn.H. Ana Oar. ,V.neeopl. Venice! ran said Slider was told he had been rehired by the city and home economics In New Or. Pk. .s.....,

---- ellne!! Van Tel Venice I Len!.!. M.... not taken the initiative the Is expected to resume his leans and at schools in Ol ls. ROLCAIL
: tin, North Port Charlotte John V... City Council and mayor felt duties as city planning director .

.hl.rank!.' .: Vmlcai M !Laaaer Karl, ,Enrlewood W. Stark.f Vcnlcal Marjo-! he should have taken and about Oct. IS. Curwood home 1930 and she Mississippi.In was married. to BALL, Mr and Nre. AMn T., No. STATE FAR
I ne W. tow,,, Venire.Sept. that it was felt he lacked administrative laid it probably would take honk dauiMer, Sherrle" Da.. Ball.:'I c r.:: ) it
r lit Patricia, EI... Nokonlai, Dr. Edward C. Hatch, die born' Bn>u I 1/. 1-14 a-a>. MUTUALwwuiiiMuan
NOW OPEN '..1! Xohlneon! North Port Charlotte I ability. Youngberg "a couple of inguished New Orleans orthopedic ANDERSON. Mr. end Mri. Robert. ,
D..ld Hart, Vraloai! -d... O J.h- Raymond said Slider was weeks to pick up the looseends" L., Venice. MII, Erie Jeffrey And ..... ,
who died in
Ica.. North Port Charlotte surgeon on born Sept. 14. I ill Home Office
I Bertha told when he p.m.eiARPLz : SloomlntMlft' q
I I A. Jrrlran. Nokomltt Manaret Brad.h. was hired that before getting back I Into 1937. Mr. and Mri. Gain. c., M|
. Van',,. he would be expected to assume the normal routine of city tne-lettoed.: ion Richard Glen Merple, D
ERNIE AND OZZIE'S Srpt. Bet Riuel ZnoVrtan, !Fn.le.ond : administrative In 1944 she moved to Miami .born Sept. W, lltl p.... It
C le.l I....... Eo'*'. Venice. as well activity. where .she met end married
Sept. S7l Marlon K>ahl, Venire" t Sue
M.....,' D. A. MrKanile, Evert Perkins. For a year
AUTO UPHOLSTERY IIIn._. Marcerat 8. Paten, Vanleal they lived on their yacht unil c '

': I It save Eire, Sit Mrrara. daV :.: . Nokomlal, Venice East News Mr. Perkins became ill aLQelI f guttet!iiQQ ome (

I "j I 322 Venice Ave. W. Ph. 488-4886 Fred; 8.... Nokomlal Donette. Miller. and was twice a patient In an
Vast, Arthur Jantm. Nokomlal Irene
Aaheville N. C.
Mrad. Nokomlai Frank Faul. Enele-! hospital. 265 Nokomis Ave. Venice rr
.! Auto Seat Covers Door Panels' wood Robert' Ronerta, Enclewood. By SALL7 STUBBSIt They lived for a while in Key
Sept tvt Hic7"t, Ven- Large then moved to Nokomis
eel. ; : . -
t and WUluun..William C. Sherman Vanloa.DISCHARGES! was erroneously rePortedIn there they droVe to New in 1956. Mr. Perkins wasa
Headlining Upholstery Repairs this column last week thata Hampshire where they visited charter member of the Ven

Sept. lit Lewie. Bro,.. Vmlcai, Teabel change in management of two well-known Venetians, ice Elks Club He died here In
I : Foi. North Pert Charlotte I Ruth Venice East by U. S. Land Arita Graves and Evelyn 1956. b

llll. 'Warn. Entlewoodl Mineral Sprlnnl Jdarreret/ Omaanklni. Pet"saptTm Development Corp. Includedthe Baker who have a home in Mrs. Perkins is survived by 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291

appointment of Don Gor Holderness as well as one in a brother, Duncan McInnes I

... I John' William Blair, AnoVreon Venice t. Ralph. don as vice-president In I Nokomls. Their next trek Ward and other relatives who N

.Church. Venice Eiler.. Dnremua, V... charge of isle.. Mr. Gordon, I was quite a country span to live in Mississippi and Tennessee TODAYHow 1 1C
I .eel' Loera M.e..Johnw.,. Enilewoodl Nokomlat"Gall Manna O|. president of Don Gordon Construction Whitman AFB, Kansas City, .

oon. Venloei! ..Iootl..., On'Odd. Co., advises that he stopping In Niagara Falls en- Torkenkoph Native Texan shall I live today Shall I disregard my falls

p lit Millar! MarCennal. (.... "Is NOT in anyway connected route. At Whitman the On. Mr. Turkenkoph was a men, and the laws of God, and live today alone No.I 1C
I Mad/. Venire* Joaeph Gvrratte. Venre with the ownership or management leys were guests of Mrs. On. native of Anson, Texas. He
tt .I Elleabeth, Cereal!, Venice Rohirtorrle of U. S. Land." He ley's brother, Colonel W. A: worked with I mutt live today at though I will live forever in girds
EneJewood! Re.* plod, Ven. farm Implement
!eel Rah lltal.! .'.. Nokonlal' Hilda Van further stated that his Interest Miles and his family. Their manufacturing J. th.t I may fully enjoy the great gifts of God to "seek' A

I afar,.Venice Hi,Walter I Thomaa Cad Walk. Venice,! LanraLSept. Joe.eph . in Venice East Is "strictly final visit on their SHORT I. Case Allis Chalmers companies,and Yet, Yet yet, I mutt live ai though this will be my M F

I I cJ .. ,,. .Pickle: peon,//eiplredl Welaa. that of an Independent build. trip was in Jackson Miss., B. F. Avery and Sons and day on this great earth trying my bed to do Softwill 8
.rtet Van! Mabal OM. ) Venice "
cr T.lm, Ball and Bahy Girt kokoal.t:) big contractor. His firm is where they visited their son was vice-president of Minneapolis in every way. That, how I mutt live today.
t 223 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE liaodol* Schauder. Enflewood Gordon enraged In the construction and daughter-in-law! Mr and Moline in charge of
I fttt. Saraaota.Sept. of homes and the sale of Mrs. F R.
lots Onley Jr.
J Henry Baldwin' Sn.lrwood: I engineering. One of the tractors Our Servicei Are Arailobtt To All Rtgardlm c
r Ed H..II Jr., Venice. Lawrence ourchased from U. S. Land. he built, the first self-

f .Larkln! Oapreyt....... Tf.Mildred,.., Morten Noko...'., .Enlewoodl Our apologies!! to Mr. Gordon Vencle East-0-neighbors and propelled farm Implement is of Fln Circumstances/ 8r

; Readily Available enloet Sept! Sit D.LouUe. Cra' ,Duchene. Vanlaal. 'leiplred, Suauaaekard for any the embarrasment publication of causedby friends were saddened at the (in Smithsonian Institution. LI...... In Indian and Florida.

., Venice! Mania Rxwen, V... this passing of Mrs. Robert Du. He was' a member of Society In Funeral Business Since 1932
.... statement. A formal official this of Automotive Engineers
chene past week. The Du.
Sept Ml Arathm Weitman (erplrEntlewoodt '
I ''ad), Cora O'Brian, Ven.toe -. announcement regarding I chenes, formerly of Worthington and formerly member of the

Rawlti Funnel Service is available to I loam I Haael_,' Auatln Venice. Laurel William t Marruerlt Proctor, U.changes S. Development In management of Ohio had only beenIn Rotary Club.

families In the surrounding areas every V..,..! William Rape, Enejewoodl Corp. end their new home In Venice Mr. Turkenkoph moved to w
Venice East will be
.I tingle minute of every tingle day In the J."Iwe Irene:al Rent anek.aA Rdphin.. North Vanloai I Port; John Charlotte GrantSept. -| hag in the near future forthcom for six weeks.-0- in Sarasota 1952 and from to Loulavllle Venice, Ky.five,

year. This ii our responsibility to the com Ml Phrllla!!! An"... and -0- Word from Mr. and Mrs. years ago. Survivors include
Bahy Boy. Venice' Pearl Whit... No.konli When
munity. H.r..'" Mad!.., Venice! Robert ' Mr. and Mrs. F. Reid Charles Perry of 114 Algiers his widow, Ruth, and a .
MeFall. Tampa Edward Hiiemme, Onley left Venice East they Dewey
i Ave., in Venice East Is that Turkenkoph of
nflewond Waltar Morrli, North Port said their
tI I plans
were in .
., they vacationing Redoso
mutat! Jwb Mwit Bo. Gnnd., are a
: El..,., Dell. Con., 8.50 V..1! definite but that they were goIng North Carolina garden spot. Funeral services will be In
I t tI 'rhaal' Fraeoe, Nokona.! to take a short
Thirty Dallas
Naomi Krick;, !, Venloei. They have a cottage on Lake tomorrow with burial
I I moa 4........ Venice! DonnettaIllvr days and 5,000 miles later Lure and Mrs. Perry's broth. in Calvary Hill Cemetery
t t Venice, Ear Naah En..'" they returned to their homeat there Kai
weed I cathed 1t."loon." ...... er and .lltel'oI -law from / 1
J RnM' Shrom. Lnalt., Jahn' Weld, 201 Venice East Blvd. Chattanooga, Tenn., .re with

1t t 'enlce.BepU IS, Erelrn Boroera, Touredeffry Their first stop was in Nor. them. All ardent fisherman NEW PASTOR ,
folk Va.
I : A ,. I C... Nnkonkt Outure,. ell.Venice.I.. ON'.Obftrlotta.Yana, Mrs., Onley's. where three they sisters visited and the length of their stay will (Continued from page 1) ; I I II

J'J'I ;I IIj" iillpl 1 Patrick. oJ...... V.ia. 51.00. Nit. one brother and probably depend on how church as interim dun I
11:..lewood I Rtrharrii, Enejewnodarrr !: .I their families they're biting, but the picture pastor rye
H. Stewart fastest'. North Port Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dun. Ing September was The Rev
;harlotlePh'llla, Stlk.leather, Venice.Sept. ton poet card looks like a place to Harry Soward of
t Ill Funlce I Davla (e pred! ), Mr and Mrs H. S. Dun- want to stay in even without Sarasota.
96 W.DEAR5ORNAVENUE ENGLEWOOD Nokonhl. i Loulaa! Martin. North: PortharloUat ton. Mr and Mrs. C. E Nock The Rev. Greene will con
Rupert O'Keefe. Val.tN.Im. and M... and Mri. C. catching fish. duct the 10:48: ..m. 1 '
; fd.ift 4l ,. Rlahl, Venice, I Brut Sandera, E. Miles. 'worshtp I /
il olp V On to the Eastern Shore via service Sunday. Other Sun
Bret IT I Patricia E,".. Nokomla| the Chesapeake day services at the South
Bay Bridge
EdwaH Leonard. Venleel' Olive.Hula. I CARD OF TBANKS
Ij" .hrk. V.a! Prank Pam, Nokn.l. and Tunnel, which was Just Venice Church of the Ntia-
IIopL 58. Mm' C. )I..... North opened In of w.... annnaft nia<..<.... nipiaaamr rene Include Sunday School
April this year da..pndaen far ka at
P." Chulott.l Olla H.d.n.n V.n.Irt' ) mr w7dua1
I Pnnk Lwa. E"..'....... and is the largest engineering kM mt >r...*._ arta tkal aanM 0:43: ,.m., Nazarene Young
Ii 1 I FUNERAL HOME Weed,.p',. Alk.a8, 5.1.0.Moo...! N.k..Io'B.I....! 'E..I.Pad feat In the world. In New ask t.a.NU.,81..t.3baa.. People. Service at 7' p.m.,

"..., NobaM. M.m" C.mp11 Church Va., they visited Mr. IOBIBT and evening worship at TSO:
j II. . and Mrs W. C. Nelson From p.m.

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I N P C Club Notes f ne GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. 1ti1ft., Oc'. T-, T9K4-3 I I j JKN

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Part and ,tf office.
Ai I Halloween Sunday, Oct. 4, Is Rally
red t with prize. Boommm -0- Day and Promotion Sunda; !
will be bell on Situ The Greater Pittsburgh NNIVERSARY'I
in the Bible School of the
&1, peh 11. at the ComrnlJDo Club will meet at the Community First Baptist Church and a I

'I' clllter. Center this evening number of atudent will be
The day of festivity will at 6 p.m. for a covered diah moving to different classes.
tart off with a ,picnic at supper proceeding the reJlt.lar The Children' Bible Club +
for both ,
oOII with games meeting at 7.30. meet every Tuesday afternoon
dulil and children M 'well from I to 4 p.m. at the j jd
the best chit The
lseV for Kansas-Missouri Club
church. They are currently j1
Halloween costumes will hold Its first fall meetIng studying the Bible series' 'd -1 1I
Con* other activities plan- next Wednesday at t:30 "E ootstepa of Faith." 3'I !
ed for the fall season will p.m.' at the Community Center On Oct. 13, the children a
L bus trip to Week Wit- A special effort Is being with a perfect attendance record
springs on Monday; No*. made to have every member for the first six weeks
S, The bus will leave the present, together with all will receive their membership I
h Ncenter., prospective member card and pine
:: Carl Meyer, president This will be a covered dish The Baptist Ladies Bible I
I /the f Civic Association an- dinner and everyone i( requested Class has resumed meetingson i
ogneed\ plana are being to bring theft own Thursday mornings from
nidi for a Thanksgiving Day table service 10 to 11 at the church Mrs r ,
I Dinner and tune 'wishing The North port Charlotte Martin Sharp is in charge of
the on thla oc- Kitchen Band will
D loin provide en the class.On '*
asion can mak reservations. tertainment.' Oct t, the Ladles Missionary .,.. r I 4 I'I'I
,ith Mr. John Boyle chairnin It you need transportation, Circle will meet at
of entertainment phone call Mr. M. E. Streckenfingr the church at 1 p.m. The t Grants-own WTG"SANFORIZED I :i '
1251522. in Port Charlotte, NA I Circle's project for this COTTON
The next Civic Association 55370 or Mr Claude R. month will be the Flannel- [
netting Is scheduled for Wednesday Kean, 426-1650: In North Port graph figures to be sent to ? ri V ti r7 k TWILL WORK r
Oct. 2B. Charlotte. !
missionaries in Africa
- -0- # y PANTS AND SHIRTS j
Port Woman's World -
The North War I Veterans Barracks
I\ ' , Oct, 8, at 1:30 pm. ate I at 1 o'clock for their North Port Charlotte held its ANY 21 '
community Center. i regular meeting at the Community regular meeting last Tuesday for

Mrs, viola Lessard roan -' Center. Nominationand evening at the Scout House Nw+ '" if S i $,y if 261 SHIRT IU| 3 H PANTS I'
chairman, announced election of
officers will on Pan American Boulevard. !
I iI j, Interesting program hasen I be held. The Scouts have an effec wl Tailored for comfort e't \'
I! planned with the popuar -0- live physical fitness programIn for I .
North Port Kitchen Band The Boat Club announces connection with their meetIngs wear. S'D.p.adeM. '
irovldUig entertainment. the range markers have been whch wee started by the washable. ,vatdyedcolors.
Pants 2942.B1
-0The repainted half orange and late President John F. Kennedy : :
Ladles Auxiliary. WWI half white and an additional rf 144-17. "' .- ,
'tcrans, Barracks 2743 will\ piece has been added to the Mr. Lee Oldham is scoutmaster
eel next Tuesday at 1'SO: top with orange and white ; Mr. Ed Throckmor- 9011' ,
m. for registration before stripes The Target near El ton and Mr. Roth are assistant ..Ilia .collOmr Granlogss'i lir| S lrtl l I t
II regular meeting at 2 0'- Jobean has been replaced scoutmasters. Mr. Old- GRANT MAID Gronfogs ,
lock at the Community Cen- with a bamboo pole, which ham reports they have a SOFT COTTON KNIT j PRACTICAL
tr. Is also atriped. Red streamers larger Troop this fall and 130-COUNT WHITE CHILDREN'S ,,
-0- haw been placed on it numerous activities are plan COTTON KNIT o : HOUSEHOLD
Seventeen were in attend- so it will flutter In the wind, ned for the future.A MUSLIN SHEETS WITH SHORT SLEEVES
in at the metInof/ the making it more visible weekend camp out is 2.'(. SLEEPERS I I PLASTICS
,ev England Club. Mrs Mr. Fred Wilhelm and Mr. planned for Friday, Saturday 72x101".orlloitkiied Q
vex Nelson, president, In. Emmet Weist did tile work and Sunday, Oct. 2, 3 and 4. Twin Fined
reduced six new members find are to be commended for The Troop will return home Sale 77C Sale 64c.
lev are Mr. and Mrs Wal- a lob well done Sunday night. Sale 1.67 nle 99C .
er Earley from Port Chi?' Mr. 'and Mrs W. H. Me. -0- .etf.,l.Io

itte, Mr. and Mn Mitchell Collister were' introduced as All girls between the ages RIO. I..' REG. 1.79 Waste baskets large util
end Mr. and Mrs Joseph new members
and Mr. and
of T and 17 who want to joina Choose from bi assortment I sty bins pails, laundry ,
,'illett. Mrs Eric LaurIn were guestsat Girl Scout Troop may contact RES. 20? . Sob $1.87III08' a g Shrink-n+isf brushed cot baskets, tissue dispensers .
This In I a social club and the last club meeting in ; of stripes or solids) I'I 'I
tubs and4223b"
( large ,
; the local organizer, MrsHorace ,, or Double, Fitted ton; tafe-traed} plastic
.II residents from the New September.A '
in IN'
eo Unbreak
Payne of 307 East Muslin Pillow Ceiei 101... Pink blue maize many more
Inland States in both North covered dish dinner Is neckline 4 to 6X. able, pliable and in sev
Port and Port Charlotte are planned for the next meetingof Safford 420.1011.Two Terrace or phone REG. 49e EA. Sale 2 for 880 I,t or mint, I to 4; 2 t o. reel iww .t <">'?rRECEIVES .
ivlted After the meeting re- the Boat Club M Thursday
have already
reshmenti were served. Oct. IS at 8:10: p-fn. pre. troops
been organized and the troops
A covered dish lunch Is ceedinc the regular meeting I
will consist! of four differentage
planned for the next meeting/ at 1:30: at the Community. groups as follows: 7-8- BRADFORD'I
Oft Friday October 16 at 2pen Center.
Brownie: Ml-Junior: 12-14
at the Community Center -oWe -
-Cadet- :
i ; 15-17-Senior. .
had a bit of excitement '
The first will be
meeting r
-0- last Tuesday night when Mr i held today, from 3 to 4 p.m. HOME ENTERTAINERS '
The, Woman's Society of and Mrs Eric Laurln failedto
et the Scout House on South
Christian Service of North return home at the ex Pan American Blvd. Those ; '
Port Charlotte Trinity Methodut pected hour. Worried neighbor working with Mrs Payneare tI NO MONEY DOWN..30 DAYS .
Church will meet Mon- Search and
rot Mrs Ed Sanders, Mrs
dry it lZ:30: p.m. in Fellowship Rescue Guard Auxiliary I I Jeanne Hancock, Mrs. Rob ,t OR MONTHS TO PAY .

Hall tor luncheon. Instal- notllla 07, recently I ert Innes, Mrs Vincent I ....' ,
sties of officers will follow organized for Just such anemergency. Campbell and Mrs. Edith "
Mn Fred Scott, Mrs J Bishop. ,These ladles have \
Sears and Mrs. E. G. Hallen The Laurins who were tryIng training for
are the hostesses. out their brand new boat edspecial ALL 82 CHANNELS... '_ FULL 82 CHANNEL, DANISH MODET
The society announces a In the Myakka River were .0- TV 23" CONSOLE TELEVISION
Thrift Sale at the Scout finally located at 10:30: p,m, 19"
House on Friday, Oct I from back of Bird Island. Havinglost The Teen Club meets each. e Glare-free tinted screen $127 K 3 a'gnal! stages for inSpIO\ $187
1 to S pm. and Saturday their way, they threw Friday night at the Commony e Powerful chassis! for extra Sole creased picture clarity I
Oci l 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 out the anchor and were Center. bright,sharp pictures NO MONIT DOWN... (iare free tinted screen NO MONIT DOWN., ,
p,m. planning W wait out the Plans for another hayride Brilliant up-front sound u ...kly I 'Set-Forget'memory tune. 2,25 weekly'
-0- night will be made at the meeting
The new fall term Sewing Seven members of the NPC his week Last Friday night
Claus under direction of Mrs Boat Club, four of whom the movie "Trouble in the
Frances Morrison, will begin were Coast Guard men, left Glen" was shown at the Center -
May from 9:30 to 11:30 in three boats to search for .
a.m. at the Community Cen- them. Those participatingwere Fourteen of the group have
ter. The 10-week course will Commodore :Bob Can- completed a Red Cross LifeSaving .H

cent $3 for the ten lessons, field, Crulsemaster JIm Course for 'juniors and -- -"-'-"- :
flering both beginner and Chance, Bill Brink, Robert enlors William Bailey city PORTABLE, HI-FI PHONO f
idvanced courses. You may Orr, Paul Zulauf, Fred Scott manager<< of Punta Gorda, WITH FLIP-DOWN
Sister at the Port Ch.rlot"- and William Harr was the instructor. RECORD CHANGEP #



Smart walnut-finish console styling e 4-speed automatic charger $ OC I '' i q '
Handsome luggage 1
WHICH YOUR e 4-speed with automatic automatic record last ;nlB_ $187 e 4-speed automatic record changes ...last record ahut-off.7i ",
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SIZE BIACKe W ITEe- VINYL Grantiownl'ait* {yr' 'r: }{ Sale 2 fore I

670x!S 13.46 15.04 .,."M. .'
n ,, DAINTY-TRIM or \JM :
71Oxl5 11.46 17.42 t760n15 FOR WOMEN t
100/12OxI 5 17.56 21.09 I ., .. 0 tw-1 c Washable cotton.Stripes, I I 1

TUBELESS .. yit dots; checks solids In : '0':'t
600.13 IUt 15.10 ts the group. Varied collar ,\ '
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6SOxl3 13.49 16.09 Sale, .58 Sale I 28'. i A f t styles. 3238. '

75Oxl4 11.21 11.11 ''
1OOx14 16.22 IUSlSOxl4 1 __ Tr I'..lee MO.ate pr '

n.94 21J9too9S0d4 h
25.11 m1m' Suppleyetdurnbleuppers: Long-wear acetate tricot Hey Mom! Brings the Kids to See i'4's ., i'
100/870.15 )
24.11Plut 1
20.07 with fluffy cotton plush lull cut, comfortable fit
fat eM exchange FUNNEL-LINED collar.Sues 9 to 3,5 to 10 White pastels. Sizes /5-8. CAP PY THE CHIMP .l

AH prices are for the tuft size:deep tread Dajlo CORDUROY SLACKS That Drives the Sports Car.

ThontrtJ. Here's real tire rah: long mileage, high a
skid resistance, atl-ayta safety-all at special prices. 100% yIRGMWOOL .

Front End Alignment Any Car Compacts or American Sale I 1.74 ) .iiKNITTING WORSTED Two Shows Friday at 4 7 p.m. I I

Also at 2 & 5
'I Saturday p.m.
Wheel Truing and Balancing Brake Service RIO 1.99 Sale77c '

Slacks: : solid color cotton FREE FREE FREE 1
liberal ten al Low down payment! All aim and types Included in sale. corduroy print cotton Big 4-or. puH skeins in i <' ti
Shirt manyfaahion-newcolors. RIDES FOR THE KIDS. A HELICOPTER RIDE. ALSO THE j i ,
flun.llJned. :
Refund on unused skein*. TRAIN THAT DOESN'T NEED A TRACK ,'
matching flannel. 3 to 7. t f J



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t' !I 4-Tbe GONDOLIER. Venice. Fla. _
TW Oct. I'f '1964
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I, ,I Phone Items to 4885808IrMY

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As the world speeds up, 10 during the five days they are
does bottle service, M.... T in the city they will see six
S. Carpenter has discovered. shows, three comedies and S
The Hugh Kefauvers, who re three musicals. While in the
IJ IJ on a round-the-world cruise area they will visit their son-
aboard the USS Flying Endeavor in-law and daughter. Mr. and
I'i wrote to her on Sept Mrs Stanley Gilman of White '
Plains, and their four children
IS. thoughtfully put an
1.a Jy.: on the letter The Magees left by car

before they put it in a bottle, on Sunday
then tossed the bottle over the -- .
ship' rail in the Straits of A four-montb visit in Illinois a st

I' Indiana and Michigan .'r. ...'.... ...
1J can. ended last week for Mr. and .q
1f Mrs Edward LaFave of APPOINTMENT OF AREA precinct chair- McElmurray, Mr. Ruth Sovereign to( .
delivered here. A fisherman
Palm and Pines Trailer Park men for the Sarasota County "Johnson torPresident" chairman for Venice precinct with HI/
- - must have picked it up quite \
I made this week George Collette Jr., not pictured
l GOLD STAR MOTHERS were honored at a right, Mesdame. Gertrude Hottols Laura quickly and mailed it in Mar They visited with their sons- campaign was Pearl Ockenfels, Englewood ), Mri
Clara Mason Lillian Brown The Kefauvers wrote in-law and daughters Mr. and by Mrs George Gibbs recently appointed precinct chairman -
tea Sunday at the home of Mri. Claudius Walsh Anna sina. and Mrs. RUdolph
I 'I Rasmussen by Veterans of Foreign Wars Hart, Jessie Dyer and Mabel Suns, they are having a wonderful Mra. Vernon Nephew of county chairman. Vice-chairmen are MrII.Georfe chairman Mrs. Murray Nokol1\iI\
and Mrs. precinct Ockentele
e Lake Mich. and Mr McElmurray of Sarasota will
Spring 111
The left to time, he playing bridge and
Auxiliary to 8118 are,
l / their assisted by Mrs Grace Dickerson
; she kibitzing, and both raidIng and Mrs. Virgil Rapp of Loda, Adeline Ballard. They are, shown at and I4ra. I
the ship's larder eachnight IIL, and numerous friends first meeting this week left to right Mrs. Margaret Matthews

1 They left in August, and relatives in the three
should be in Karachi I Pakls- states. They have lived here Rector's Wife Entertains Lutheran Children I
tan at the moment and are since 1948.
1'11'1.' Mothers Honored SundayAt due home Dec. 23. -o- Picnic On

I -o- of The Mr.summer and Mrs.vacation Joseph trip A. Churchwomen BeforeCanon's Saturday

,I A card from Louise Mate bourse took them into New The church school of Emanuel I
she Is the former Louise
Talk At MeetingMrs. Lutheran
York, New Jersey Maryland Church win
Cahill who was wed to Lou
; Auxiliary Reception and nnKv1vanfa. They were
Saturday from
Mate earlier this year sayshey 2 to J,Jj
are now in Rochester, ih.- guests of Mrs Ruth Serene Doris Dean Patterson, Cathedral of St. Luke's In Orlando p.m. at the church pang
I Minn. and both are fine and of Castile St. at her Lake wife of the rector of St.Mark' where he is canon hall.
anadohta, Pa., summer Church, chancellor will be at 11 a.
Seven Gold Star mother "living portraits. Miller and Mesdames Elizabeth happy On a year' wedding Episcopal The world-wide observuct
: home for a few days and
I Other Included Mr. trip, they have three more will entertain the Episcopal m. Mrs. Oram will preside. of holy communion will
guests Boyle, Kenneth ba
and Gold Star father were I Wood spent a week touring the Finger
one of St. Mark'sat The Rev. Mr. Haynes re-
1 I and Mrs. Kenneth Norwood, Clarence Kroener and daughter months of seeing this country Lakes district of New Churchwomen held at the 10:30: am. Ie,
with honorees at the ceived his B,A. in 1942 from
gifts as coffee rectory
presented before their for a vice on Sunday and
I Mr and Mrs. G Warren Fel Bobbie, Sally Wheeler, departure a York A trip to the World's visitors
J at the annual Veterans 1 six-month tour of Europe. Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Central College in Indiana are invited to share in
1 l' ler, Mr and Mrs. John Lund- Harry Howard, Joe Austin, fair was both fun and interesting thii
t \ The event will precede the and his B.D. from Union
Wars Gold Star I Ii quist Mr. and Mrs. Harold Metz Carlton -- service.
tt Foreign Betty Springerand she said and the rest group's first fall meeting at Theological Seminary In 1946
Mothers Reception Sunday Girard, Fred Duguay, Harry Farmer Haynes. Among the farewell parties of the three-month vacation
i 10 a,m. at the church parish He was with the Evangelicaland
,, from 2 to 4 p,m. at the home for Mrs. Gretchen Nichols of was spent visiting with hall. Mrs. Patterson will be United Brethren Churchfor
fenendez Street, who leaves I
friends and relatives. They
assisted by Mrs. Delbert 11 before his ordination '
of Mrs Claudius Rasmussenon years
to make her home in
today have Just returned and are '
I Bayview Parkway, Orchid Lecture Thursday Oriskany N. Y, were a din- very very happy to be home, Oram Weedon.and Mesdames Margaret Street Fred in an Before Episcopal coming minister to : vicly
ner Sunday, hosted by the
The honored guests were rlrs. Nourse said
: Gusack, president and vice- Florida in 1959 he served in
,Y James Dicks and Jerry Meadows
Harry Mason and Mesdames -o- president of the Churchwomen Cincinnati for four years and I
and a luncheon Tuesdayat vaughn
\ Gertrude Nottols, Laura Walsh Proud parents Mr. and Mrs. will preside at the refresh Portsmouth Ohio 11 years.
the Plaza with Mrs. Meadows -
Clara Mason, Lillian Opens Garden Club SeasonThe Charles F. Rose of Englewood ment table. Honored guest Is Luncheon will be served at
hostess. Other Venice
as I
I 1 Brown, Anna Hart, Jessie guests at the latter affair received a letter from expected to be The Rev. Can noon with Mrs. William Shannon ..._lit 1U1N1'I1I/
the commanding officer at'ort
I Dyer and Mabel Surls Mrs 19644S Venice Garden chairman and Mrs. Ralph L. were Mrs. Dick and Mrs. Johanna Bragg N. C., congratulating on E. Paul Haynes of Orlando and Mrs. Harvey Mimsas
: f Harry Miller was chairmanof Club year opens today with I France, horticulture chairman Maier. Mrs Nichols them on the fact that who will address the hostesses. Luncheon reservations -
Churchwomen: at their meet-
the event and Mrs. Has- the new president Mrs will announce the programs has lived in Venice for the their son, Philip was selected should be made by tomorrow
mussen, cochairman. Donald C. Stevenson presiding for the 19 Ing.His
year. past yearsThe "Soldier of the Month" for ,
I talk on the work of the the hostesses (.ald.ed .
A comedy skit, "The Family
I Wy at the 10 a.m. meeting at Wayne Hibbs, owner-man -o- the 943 Quartermaster Group.
1. Album," was narrated by Venice Nokomis Methodist I ager of a Sarasota farm and Robert Hicks of Har- He has been in the army
Mrs Harold Girard with Church fellowship hall garden supply company, will bour Shores have returned three year. and is now a
t members of the VFW Post Hostesses will be Mesdames be guest speaker and will talk after a busy summer at their Spec. 4. He transferred to the Junior Assembly Cotillion
and Auxiliary sitting for theIi Walter Johns, George Armstrong -,on "Orchids for the Ama East Lansing Mich home.A quartermaster group in Mayas I'I ,
I I ____ Fred Barr and H. E. teur" Orchids have been his pre-arrival note from Mrs. a motor pool specialist.
,I : Sterling. hobby for many years and he licks reported that during -0-
Mrs. Stevenson will introduce has been active in both Sarasota the .umm-er three grandchildren Other service news ia that Season Activities Begin

Fall Special! I the other officers and and American Orchid graduated from Michigan I USCG Seaman Apprentice
committee chairmen and Societies. State University a ,rand. Walter S. Wolf Jr., whose
Mrs James Green, program Member. are asked to bring daughter won the Miss Lan. parents live at 420 Darling; I Junior Assembly and Junior by Mrs Gene O. Helser / 'tw

DANCE CLUBS i their orchids for display or to sing beauty contest, they and Drive( was graduated Sept. Cotillion activities for the and Mrs. H. J. Peterson
,r receive suggestions from the their daughters hosted a II from basic training at the 1964-63 season, sponsored by The directress of both
'/ LESSONS 1 Walker's Son On speaker on how to improvethe shower for the prospective U. S. Coast Guard Recruit !the Junior Section of Venice- groups is Mrs. Myrtle Byron
t Parties Weekly plants bride of a grandson and their Training Center at Cape May, Nokomis Woman's Club, will Liebel of Byron Dance Studio.
I 1 Only sue home was filled with family N. J. His father says he is be under the chairmanship ofMr. The Assembly for fourth

I COMPLETE: PROGRAM European Duty guests and parties all sum- now aboard ship on duty butte I "Robert M. Jones asslst- through sixth-grade students

t I Private Lessons mer. They returned on Thunder is not sure where he is. meets every other Wednesdayfor
Methodist WSCS and are already busy ballroom classes and has
t' 4 Group Lessons Capt. Edward H. Walker, with club and social activities -0- Laraine Smith
son of Mr. and Mrs Willard 'I Richard A. Augustine sea. I parties during the season
r ONLY 4 Socials 538 J .Walker of 101 Sandhurst Meets TuesdayThe this week. man, USN, ia participating ina Next meeting is on Wednesday
Drive -o- training operation called Feted .
today completes Exercise SaturdayAt
TEENS It YOUNGER Mr and Mrs Robert Dongs
Faliex 64, a NATO-di I Exercise Union Square" off The Cotillion, for the seventh
Private rected eight-day exercise in general meeting of the have gone again, first to the California Coast He is through ninth-grade students -

Lesson. Germany for members of the Woman' Society of Christian visit relatives and friends on serving aboad the fleet oiler, Bridal ShowerHonoree will have four dances a e only theLOOK
12 Seventh U. S. Army. Service for Grace Methodist Long Island and in New Jersey USS Neches. Richard is the the first being a Hallowe'en I.
Lessons The exercise after which they will go son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. at a bridal shower 'costume dance on Oct. 31
: was designed Church will be held Tuesdayat to Kankakee, 111. where he e>pmiiVt
Augustine of 7 NightengaleRoad. Saturday at the home "
Register to test and evaluate coordination of Mr. %
I 7:30: p.m. at the church. will begin his first fall mis- and Mrs. $10.99
procedures and George Higel of Laguna ew4ic.
Members of the Lois Circle ion. He is, and has been for Drive
Fred Astaire munication within the NATO was Laraine LA
I IJ Military structure in Europe. will serve as hostesses. All interested some time, an Episcopal lay OES Meets\ Smith daughter of Mr. and MARR
missioner who each fall and Today Mrs. Harold fUNNR r*__.....
J DANCE Capt. Walker, supply officerof persons are invited. Smith of 400
STUDIOS winter covers the country in Park Lane DrlvII. BEAUTYSHOP 4,5 taw.. -.haawr
: Can 95S-6675 or Stop at Headquarters Battalion near 101st Heil-Ordnance Mrs. Sam Roach, secretary his mission work They will For Fall Opener I I Hostesses were Miss Margaret "an.....ay udevYt

be home
I 1233 Gnlfstrean Avenue bronn, entered the Army in of missionary education and for the Christmas Venice Chapter 248, Order Higel and Miss Patti SPECIAL wIIAh.I...
I Sarasota Fla. : February 1963 His wife, Con. service will present a combined season, between assign ot the Eastern Star ends its ,Peden. Miss Smith will be ....---. ..-
I Between II a.m. to II p.m. stance is with him in Germany theme, "Women in" the summer recess with a meeting 'married to Charles Schue- PERMANENT .....el.........."r.da,
t Church in New Nat\() and -0-
today at 8 at the Masonic
'Sharing Basic Freedoms." The Mark Gilleni. who nan. p m. mann on Oct. 31 at Grace --

Mrs William G. Punch will ally "Island hop"' on'-their .Temple Methodist Church. dsadw.. ........w 1..aIw.M555M ,
Bruce Rigby and Mrs.L. .
be the Inspirational leader. Caribbean trips this time The buffet table was deco $5.95MARY seepa.wi6whr
YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS Primary purpose of the I stayed put for two weeks in The. D.meeting Long will will be registrar deal with rated with white wedding adlls.d

theme is to introduce two of Jamaica and found it much eoorts bells pink and white streamers PmPm..ldM'
On Auto Insurance the approved studies for 1964- more restful, she said. The Members chapter of the business.refresh- and. pink and white carnations BISHOP sad r7 sey rh+a N..Th,.+..
I 1. LOW 65. These topics being first week was spent at Ocho
RATES are .
ment committee .. .. IMII
I Rios are: Mrs. Guests included Formerly with Center. rf iW rt** Km
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS used to "whet the appetites"of and the second In King Lillian chairman Misses Vic-
May, Mrs.
; kl Walter
ston Rachel Salon
at Courtleigh Manor Higel Carolyn Beauty
the members for more
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT Fay Miles, Mrs. Elizabeth BEALL'SJ
They met native-born Fox Lynette Wise U.S. 41 NOKOMISS.
study and thus encourage all a young Lovell, Mrs. Ruth -
members to attend the series couple who squired them Irs. Valerie McKeithan Moore and Cheryl Hoover, Pat Douglassand of Catey Key TurnOff.PH. J Shopping Center'
r of study sessions to be givenin around to "un-tourist" spots, Mrs. Maria Nass. Patti Layne 488-5560 I I Open 9 to 9 Each Wed
,i the near future. which they found most fascinating All Also Mrs. Smith, Mrs. -
eligible members
Dorothy LaMarr
and spent the of are Ralph Peden, and Mrs. owner
What women in Algeria, the rest Invited. Higel.
Mrs. Wade
Ballard Is -
1 Congo Phl- the visit bathing, watching the
Malaysia and the
worthy matron
and Tom
116 W. Venice Avenue Ippines are like and what the banana boats and attending Suteu worthy patron.
,t j: church is doing in those several barbecues. They
; I I? Telephone 488-2289 areas will be discussed as came home Friday. INTRODUCING the exciting new

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Hunters Bring Home "Slim II! ' it,

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treasure hunter ''' has been to guard a It, night and day, and their "Surface graves" are covered burled with his
itaUcaboutittorpubu"about door in the mountain side descendents are still doing so. with enormous granite the bottom of a I
ill ( as rare a where lies an Inca chlet'i The two visitor weren't allowed slabs under which are buried foot shaft, are usually
I s TV set In an i ransom, or so the story goes. to get within thousandsof all the deceased's effects by the Indians
P a! "dig"a but r"9 The chief was to have been feet of the supposed door Including his slaves it he night when an
,an bal located not ransomed from Plzzarro, who though they did visit the village were of royalty with him tempting to excavate
?LiltS two ot them. tilled many ot the chiefs, Including on the plateau. Interred on top this, covered Bock said ,
one, but Jr. this one, before the Andes Burial Grounds with another slab "Chimney These and the "
LewIs M. Saunders physician gold and other ransom items They also saw, high in the graves"" were stacks of huge (In soil and streams,
chiropractic Saunderi could be delivered The Indians mountains what they are earthen pots, four-to-five feet aa the placer gold I
..i ...five\ Mrs.children on the myth goes, dug a sure are burial grounds The In diameter, and as deaths oc. bedded in many J
their week in hole in the side of the mountain Incas and their predecessors curred, pots were stacked on facts, so stirred the I
eta Key, last out to hid the ransom there used three types of burial other pots, each containing tion of the two that
L.rview started month and closed the opening witha methods, Bock said, and the the deceased and his valuables. hardly wait to return."I
bOut his visit AgrlfculturUbbls this heavy stone door They set "chimney graves" were the "Well graves," In think I have I I .
peace i Corps Ecuador. Itt some of the group to guardingNewcomor most easily identifiable. which the deceased was enough native
In they will allow we
loul d the the trio itself now," Bock said. He \
result of a treasure return next year.
h' t
IJ, i national magazine Will Explore i
ereby bangs the tale. Meantime he I
and Bill Bock, a Saunders, both
h businessman, saw treasure hunting I
irtlcle ota separately, and were youngsters, I''
Quito, Ecuador'si plore closer home. I Ij
; "
,i u soon as vacatlon.rrlved form a company with j ,
They met on a man, Douglas o I
there and an adventurers' "
their way
on to In the '
to journey
5 d,.forces Here, the article sad, future, perhaps this i
and Pre-Inca burial they plan a small
cs containing up to 100,- to the Thousand I
i, was recently dls- low Naples. ,I

,revel ei Ecuadorian govern. laving Both are investigated serious I I l I

digging, by \\ti ect extensively. Dr.
permits anyone but so ; ers has quite a large ; '
,only others, by had preceded on treasure hunting I
adventurers that his active exploring
two were oulte has beenlght.\ .
were there Bock has explored
Americans hundreds at the time graves in ''
he arrived. Mexico, once :
ro men Corpsman 400 miles deep In ,
Abbis at their ho- s of the Jungle He
.op at his Invlta- off the coast of
Quito and ,
out after the first this area. His : J.
far was on a ]
week at Pillaro to '
rating ship off the Island
been sta-
the past 18 months near Guymas,
d for
He makes no
'ml t, a village\ high In thei what he is
in the Chim.
i Mountains "Gold," he "
(province). says
!.x. canton.. native bust s am after and I
.nt In a / z r
..U to 200 ,. -a- --- -I wait to get back to
w , IlL..0- ....... One deterrant is
capacity and considered (GmvMICT; photo br Deal .
their! married
(selves extremely fortuto INCA INDIAN ARTIFACTS brought home Bock on the left, looking over part ot that he children !
[ have gotten to their Dr. "trove." Bock plans to return next year
this month
Ecuador by
from Pillaro, "There are :
They were masailing would like to do so. They will,
nation. Saunders
and Bill Bock, Sarasota
Lewis Saunders Jr week- treasure hunters' I
mountainclimb.knowing home on
as whetted the appetites of meantime, "hunt" "
their recep- businessman, only to form a I
that hunters. They are shown, ends. he said
Indians would be the two treasure club, ,
by the most of them take ,
m.y] frosty If they were i Show dim view of the i i
interested In Eskimo Art
n to be Lead Role
mountainsselves Gets after a
[ of the
which contain To Open SundayAt Return With i
Not allowed to

i sib dell ot the in and the richest Bock world mineral, said Dr In Little Theater Opener Ringling thing bis _while though staying It 2.98'a\ t, I 1

ir good host acquired awhile An exhibition of native Es- strain, they didn't
they were there kimo art, circulated for the to do so the :
took them all over the I Owen Gibson, a sales engi- Joan West, 196364 Follies first time in the United States Found at Pillaro
neer who has recently movedto performer, will play the this year, opens Sunday at <4 brought back this I "
,tj reported that their I Venice from New Jersey, glamour girl, Peggy Evans. p.m. at Ringllng Museum of these are a I ; \ : !
i popped and their ears has been 'selected by Little The play is scheduled to Art and will run through some copper pieces !: : t 1
Nov 4. pot in good
C with the stories theyd. Theatre casting committeefor open Nov 1.More ;
the lead role in the first Emory W. Doty of Sara- than 90 prints, sculptures because -
"Come will the role of crafts and utilitarian these open usually
nit.MO foot-high plateau, play of the season sota \ assume ;
ied'Devil's Nose," lay at Blow Your Horn." the younger brother, Buddy objects made by artists of: one can hear the ;
loot of a 17,000-foot cliff. Gibson, whose last theatrical Baker, and veteran Little Cape Dorset, Baffin Island, pets rattling \
two other sides It was appearance was as Tiny Theatre performers Dolores are being shown. Some prints: think. also have a
and They
Bill Kruger will and all the sculpture
red off and the only ap Tim in a children's Christ Yerkes availablefor carved head in fair
ch was guarded by a mas play, will portray Alan play the father and mother.from craft-work will The be show is being a pre-Inca ;
i ot Necclae Indians pre- role made famousby Another newcomer purchase. .
Baker, with
a Ann Collins, will circulated by a governmentsponsored and a cup
ably Incan in origin, and Frank Si Cincinnati, I
Hal March Canadian Eskimo joined by a
tole] function for unre- play the role of Connie Dayton -
bend numbers of gene'ration.- natra. the "good girl." Art Committee.A which permitted I
.. George Mahar, VHS Instructor special invitational opening -. to remain even
who directed severalof for members of the Mingling Indians told them
COMING OCTOBER 4th the plays last year, will Museum will be held a8pm suicide cup and
direct. Rehearsals will begin Oct. 3, at which Mrs, at the Quito
Nokomfc Baptist Chapel this w..1r.ECAUSE Alma Houston of Ottawa secretary carved paws at
Sponsored by FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF OSPREY) Scripts are now availablefor I of the Canadian Committee noted ownership
"Anas- will speak and present "It takes a
second play
the : I
Inaugural Services; tasla," at the office of Dr a film, "The Living one," they said. : ; '\
I Sunday School .. .. . ... .. 9:45: ..m. Luther Luck in Venice Shopping I Stone" produced by the Canadian someday, for
I Morning Worship .. .. .. ... 11:00 ..m. Center. Tryouts for this Dept. of Northern Af and backing to do !!

I Training Union .. .. ...,,,. 6:30 P-m- play are set for Oct. U! at 8 ili'A-' reception and searching_ and ,
Evening Worship . . . . .. 7:30: pm.Prayer p.m. at the theater buildingat ing of the show will view-I dream can in the l' I I
I Meeting (Thursday) ,. 7:30 p.m. Venice Airport. John talk. they and Caloosa ..
I Otto Frankin I '
Krich, who played : (
THE REV. JOHN GILL, Interim last season's "Diary of Freshmen and sophomorw Florida.
"A Cordial IVe/come To M' Anne Frank," will direct. are not permitted to h.e "After all, Ii f ,' .1.1l 1
automobiles at the Uiuversof / "Gaspanlla's !
not been found. l
th :

IT'S Grace MYF Elects I II :;; I :' ;,,' .


NN I Junior and of senior Methodist high pastor Dinkins, The then Rev. :
school '
I MYF and its .
Youth Fellowship of Grace

Methodist Church elected officers '
for the term at a potluck 1: ,

here Are. j the church supper Sunday and program \ : : i

A New junior are: Rockett high section Hardy officers ,I

president; Brenda Owen, .

2nd & 3rd Y Yi vice-president; Diane Peter 223 W. :
OCT. 1st, i son, secretary and treasurer;

Kitty and Kathy Grams Jeffery MYFund and Han; f 1.-. '

i riet Shearer, fellowship. The our : I
of the senior section ( /"
officers : '
a"r will be announced at a later << .I ,
date. I' .
On Sunday the group will ) I : l

have a sandwich supper at I' I,
8 p.m at the church and all : \ '
teenagers are welcome. They .
call the church office I
oL may TEEN \ '
for further information.At I 'i.I 'i.
the meeting t Sunday
the 30 guests and members .
>> .1 ate a potluck supper after Dacron & I
which they were shown a 1 HI'1 i .-
film, "Am I Phony!" The ;: .. I

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:\ 'L i( THE PEOPLE I Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers

SPEAK of each service depend
II (Edllor'i Notes: The GONDOLIER gave chairmen on requests and
!. eeoperatlosi an opportunity to submit trig needs With the
I with the Hospital Auxiliary pertinent Information that of the new hospital whjTof
; : : I-- w Volunteers I* laonchlnc! would familiarize the public the eighteen servSL?
The Editor)II skillfully prevented this byan herewith a MW, clam to with the purpose of various eluded In the RAV mars

I 0 Mr. Carl Meyer the evening long fillibuster. acquaint yea with roar V... working unite. expanded Additional lie
Civic Association fOed.: When no one could speak the lee Hospital and the organisation Four of the queries Included net must be enllstod
in the lengthy present roll t!
i the purpose of the Association meeting broke up and the which make It the call of
to work for the city people went home. pride ot the community. A were: hundred and fifty, 'ft,..?
1. { TIM Aaaaelataa'. .... to atataafralr aaiMUaa1 aa aaa far _bIIoa_ elN all a... d.wbe. .edlw war "How volunteer are 2000 hours
ar aot aiharwlaa araattad to tala a.pat aaal .... led. MM MauaaW. kana AU rich* tt rapuaUaatlaOtaaaalaM of North Port Charlotte His Some place along the linea larreste: name' for It !'I'"n. many per month BUM]
i e .. .. ta..LT words, "We are not against bitter falling out took place Opea Door." It you registered at present in your substantially increased
,.. ... baal aaVartalMe, rues af atk. .e.1p..wlebW. sad .. __....... r. rpe.Up anything" between Carl Meyer and hare a saggestkm of your particular service "What does Venice
.... ,
l forbtaaaa be wesMe 1.b" -
.s additional
a The first act of the Association Ilavius Wood. Now Carl own, tell n.) "How many mean to you! was thtu
:1 ... '...* t>.* Uoadar ... ........... ItMi IIS4S marl Awe was to get the school Meyer 1 ill trying to unhorse By KAY LANIITS worker are needed?" question injected,

I .. nural A, RaooaaClaai Mattar Al Part caw 'I' ,_taa FWt*. bus to pick up the youngster the very men he placed in This column ill to acquaintyou "How many hour do volunteer were secure in the fog
office by (a). Become unincorporated in the coming month each month?" that Hospital Aiudllarr vT
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher on busy the Route access 11 road. However rather than this (b), Get up a with a local organization dedicated "What* average doe Venice Hospital tern had a common wZ

m ;: COURTNEY WILLIS................................... Advertising Manager same pro-city Civic Association petition to request the mayor to serve. One which mean to you!" standing of togetherntss. n.

I SAM DILLON .. .........;...................... New and Nawsphoto Editor proceeded to act as follows and commissioners: to resign over 13 year ago field its Replies varied according to proof was there for e0!!
their office. All this of course first meeting In the Gulf. reed Naturally, each
: ROGER KILBT .................................... Mechanical Superintendent : for the good of our City. The breeze Hotel. Twenty-two local Importance to equip and the hour hospital necessary with man expressed Indlvu chair

They sought to bring legal newspapers on the West ,women on the night of auxiliary help. For instance meaning but in the Ian
j SUBSCRIPTION RATES aunty $5.1 per year $3,23 per six i month, $2.75 action against General Development Coast of Florida have carriedall June IS. 1951 nix months priorto the switchboard manned by sence it read like this_"!

I per three months. 10 cenu per copy. Out ot county $6.25 per year, $4.25 Corporation for these stories. We have a the date When the Venice volunteers seven days a weekon though we're only a 11118Jl r
per aa month, $3 per three month not producing a promised reputation, and have been Hospital 0 opened Ito door, four hour shifts from eight tegral part of the Venice H
Aavartlanu IbpMHUUMl FloM* Praaa SarWaa Galnarrffla Flavt Aaaarlau Navapaaar .<*. shopping center. made a laughing stock adopted a slogan adaptable to a.m. to 8 p.m., require twentyone pital we are those rtmrt!
_..,,- Naw r..... N r.. A&I...... Ga.. DaMN MOi Mr. Meyer promoted Flaw Mr. Meyer. They need you any food cause, but one regular worker and for we receive the tatj."
I'I lua Wood and one or of which bar special meaning tlon that
I : more In Washington or someplace a seven substitutes, compiling we are pertornun.,
I our City Commissioner as Please may we select our to it* member The slogan 363 hours per month. An average needed. service in our am
Civic Association candidates.Of next Mayor at election time? is: of 250 hours per motthere munlt,. It 1 I. comforting
.( Mr. Youngberg Returns course we all know Flaw Some of us do not care for "Coming together 1* a beginning given In the Emergency: help patients and fim .
i iua Wood Carl Meyer' man realization that we
hand-picked officials.A Room by ten regulars and anta L
I I "I won and ill Mayor. Tax-Paying "Keeping together I* progress two substitutes. The sewing making available a t hospH!

1 $ 'I; Mr. Paul Youngberg, man wild unmatched Now Mr. Slider "hat his old fob beck The the Association citizens of North instructedall Port: NPC Resident '"Working together te rao committee a week but meets working only hours once that care"give superior medic

: credential for the lob| h returning as engineer with the Sarasota County Charlotte to Buy In Venice To The Editor: c...."

r j to Venice to resume hit old post Road Department. The City of Venice and Sarasota, not Port Char We wish to thank all the The organization is the Hospital
I lotte. Auxiliary ,
They tried to establishbus I
5. .i City Planning Director. hat Mr. Youngberg back So everybody service for the residentsto good people of the area who ladles in pink, now 260 Venice Area Church Directory

I! He replaces Mr. Tom Slider who got should be happy again especially the Venice. for responded the David to our Watson plea for family.We help. strong, who are dedicated to
The Association then planned a progressive successful service e?. NATHANIEL'S EPISCOPAL Moan PORT rRAILOm
: the [lob M City Engineer on a probationary people of Venice. to picket General Devel especially thank the Al- to the Venice Hospital, CHURCH CHURCHES
OM OIXJ Salaa 005.1Tsp.
it f baiii when Mr. Youngberg resigned City Council displayed rare unanimityin opment because the shopping mae Club of South Venice the to this community and to you Won at Uththoaat MUST FKESBYTPRIAN Community CHCM
South Venice Volunteer Fire Ctntw
Rue Patar 0. Madacm Vloar.Runday
o lad March to take another position resolving this Issue. As a matter of center was still not forthcoming Department all the fine merchants A unified organization with a ....._. till ..... !Bud.-IIn0..e.>.. Tarrmoa, i.; FMmon.. ;; Hhu.,
'I Embarrassed North convincing record beaded by Boly Ooounanieml lat awl M BunVSNTCB w.nsl.p
In Georgia. fact have been who contributed so .. plldra' Clue Geld Mmp1.y. ,,,
0 things rocking along Port Charlotte residents at- capable women, who guide d. .dth Aden ,...le.TRfHTT .

.{ City Council Informed Mr. Slider last peaceably at City Hall for quite a lpall.Let' tended the next Civic Association generously Radio,Station the newspapersand WAMR. member in a civic purpose : ASSEMBLY or GOD
distinctive and useful In their vow ByWay at Myrtla Anna CHUM
'l week it would not keep him after eipira- meeting with the hopeof MRS. ELWOOD ROBERTS. ....-v..... Manrloa PaatorBonday Waalar Laaa,
hope this era of good feeling and contribution to this area. .... North Port
School some Charlotte
getting Carl Meyer to I
J <0\\ tion of hit six month period of probation resign MRS. DON SMITH Some weeks ago we lent Moraine Worablp lliOO, .... worship Rent. S..da,. ':. t.
as president. Mr. Meyer MRS. JESSE W .... were, rise l ,
goodwill becomes a habit. THOMAS. E anh>* dot pat d.y Seep
I I//( en action which brought forth from out Questionnaire' which w, ....-.Ior. ,..,.. Maatlnc. 10 OT0l Hours. semd. : ,. :
Mr. Slider in Intemperate verbal I blast And to Mr. Youngberg, a warm and 'would help us In. planning. .... . .
or- .. J ... 'publicity for the coming season
I, j at the city administration. sincere welcome home. questionnaires which VIINICJl: .NOKOIIIS CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL: At Beat Horn MISSIOV

Pate Annual .* PolaatttUPhm Mar N....., Vlaar.
Parents Asked *ok. Leer Jonaa deuce Paw.w..bmp Bandar ale. .,eo :: WonUl tFIRST .
Iffersmt #toBy Sarrloaai alto .. ... .
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The School Board Issue ilL"Ch. BAPTIST
To Air Issues ....A. Sahxell. lid uMsbars N. B_. Bhd.
Ian Pisb..b4D. 555EMMANUEL Tte Ka. Cbarlaa & Catbhvfea
nil's, w MlalataBandar. .

I Some readers have Inquired why this lot of valuable space, resolves nothing. On ChildrenParents LUTHERAN CHURCH t,.1..-.... Bandar Birrlcai School11OOa.m ..
The REV. FRANK J. SHEARER, roe Tamlaml Trail 4l-4 41Paitor.
II I newspaper has not taken notice of. the There are goings-on of far more importance Pastor Cavalry Reformed Church T... Bar Chow. L Bom.Church 1Toon., Waiahlp. Faotla BarrlM Mad. .
., of elementaryschool School 1 ,:00 $1.__ Ocwtl. Barrio
battle of statements Involving the Sarasota and of much greater interest Venice Gardens i 10:10 am.LAUSIDB Wadnaadan 7:00, f.m Mlm
e County School Superintendent en'1l to South Countians then such election year S' r pupils have been Invited LUTHERAN CHURCH rajrar Barvlea.CHUBCH .
... .... to discus with the 4 mL South on UJL 41
t certain individual running for office. noises. Our space is limited. Even if itwere - school principals all questions ".Worahlp. Bar MalrUt Sarvieaal H. Mum lOilO,.... -1004 OP TAI NAZAUNI

I ;f The reasons are manifold: not we'd refrain from cluttering it "Train up a child In'the this direction. It Is one thing dren. concerning their chile Sunday BIble C...School.... t:till la am.FIRST .-.. .. amt Bart: South of Jnactlon VaalM. aai TPhonal II

Lv 'In the first place, when a newspaper up with name-calling, partisan political way he should go and whenhe to realize that we have problems The Invitation or 488oMrtAiadajr
) open was extended : CHURCH CHRIST
is old he will not depart and to know what theyare. School I .ilo 10m-
I "',; publishes the first itatemdmt In such: a polemics.In by Thomas E. Mo- SCIENTIST. _... Manse Worablpi. 10,It UhYouth
from it. These words of It I I. another thing to toe won Vaalc A ...._ .
rhubarb it openi wide the floodgates. In short find there's little Donough principal of Englewood Van.leauaday .. : t.m.Cvanlni .
we newsworthy Proverbs 22:8: have special take positive steps toward a Sanrloaa. U : .100. T 10 p.m.Wadnaadar
fairness to all, It mutt carry the reply ef in mudslinging Involving a lame relevance for the parente of remedy It does no one any behalf Elementary School on ........ 11 ..ana.Suaday ., Ps,. Maatlac, T Man.
I'' of the Sarasota Cows.ty Wadnaaday.. S
modem-day children and good to know he ill ill if h.doesn't a.av
t" the other side, rebuttals and re-rebuttali duck school superintendent and some Elementary School Principals Baadla Room I IS I... to 4 $I."
I ,
youth, and more especllly for contact a doctor for bull atoapt Sundan aad kolldaym. sad CATHOLIC
t I I ., for all side, ad tnfinitwn, ad ne.seum.i politician hat-been or whatnot, who happens those of our community.. A recent the proper medicine. The Assn., of which he is Prids .....,... f.... V It 5. North CHURCH Harbor OF Orln THE and: EPIPHAXt SanM aV

'I i Such yowling back and forth takes a to be running for editorial in The GONDOTJER PTA of the Venice Elementary the head. GRACE METHODIST CHURCH Talaphonal 4B82111kt
JI up something. written by one of our School I Is to be commended McDonough' letter said; Conor.... of riaal ..d Dawk. .... M ... Gco.... W. Co** .
I R Bdvard Dlnkku. FaalorSuwkV '
own Venice High School students and encouraged In Its "Because of our concern Bmday Sekooll ttal avn.Worahto Maa.IWlBtar SakafcMttIO
points out the serious upcoming effort to deal with for the educational programfor Sarrlaal. llttv am.M .... I 00 .-... U::H a*
the boys and girls of T.F, Wadnaaday.Blbto Confaaaknit Bola..... 4.M at I*
Sarasota 8tu' :
of :
responsibility parent to such problems u teenagedrinking ; ,
I till pm. wdn.dyeEVENT ... and TiM t. Oitt ....
Isolating A Virus: Man discipline their children In the : careless driving; County and In light of DAY ADVENTIST
way they. should go now, if the problem of disrespect for the emotional climate developing Paanaa Tra l "V" ml.. aaat. ef M. 41Nobomla. CALVARY REFORMED dual

they expect their children to parents, teachers and the around Issue, personalities Oaorta Fla.raator. L and.sent. or VEN1CB Monk GARDENS Dtfa
lees Buru
It has been laid-by men, n.tur.lly- The "free 50s" when her husband is walk with integrity In the fu law: and parental responsibility and incident concerning ... Satnrdar. t M 10..10.41.. Tin Ite. Frank J. gbaara PaaSiudW
ture. Underscoring this Is the In steering their child- our school system we Prayar garvteaat TiSO: pn, TaaailarVBNICXNokoMIS School. .I tut Uk
that the American woman. never had It going through the "frenzied 50s PRtBBlilEBlANCHURCH ...
aware recent statement by J. Edgar ren away from such behav would like to Issue an open Moraine Wo bls. lltOO u. .
so good, with all those laborsaving gadgets that his vigor (II waning. But the childrenare Hoover of the FBI who lays a ior. The parent of youth In invitation to all citizens of Mhikitari. mrrM A. BowlaiMl Community UjTanalm tl son_

and such. Dr. John F. Briggs of St. away at school and the mother beginsto great number of the problems our junior and senior high the county to feel free to T.-Tha aYJ.' .48WIZI.. VmleaSmear .IT. RAPHAEL'S B. a CKUKf
of at schools into the .. ..... OF ENGLEWOOD
"juvenile" delinquency should get behind this come school and discuss .boo. slue William. F. PattarWau
Paul painted a different picture before enjoy better health and Is happier the Worahlp Sarrloai Suadarl" ese a.m, Ra* BaUa .
doorstep of parents whomhe effort, and participate in these issue with the OTair waak .sa"". TtM **
I the American Medical Association recent. probably because her husband I it now describes a* guilty of these study groups soon to be principals. .BanatnarrSAINT Pallonklp.. HaUl 11 a.oi. Cajdaa Conf Suaday_.11_.. 5,0.I ilO .a.*. 4.a>II I,M amConfaaaioaa .*

i ly. Describing the 40-year history of atypical complaining of all manner of aches, pains "parental'1 have delinquency. Parent . these formed for consideration of "It 1 ill only by working together HARK EP1500PALCHURCH Friday Sunday M_" litO.baAira, ...aUakFlnt .
a grave responsibility problems Parents need
I he labeled the and u citizens and teachers Mara .. SomiteTka .
woman patient assorted anxieties she had.
once the mutual
not only to set Godly help of one another that we can hope to ) Bar. Dam Panama.Send. .. UNITED CHURCH OF CRUST
stages 10: That peaceful decade ends when the examples before their child. as well a* guidance from a quality education provide CONGHEGATIONALCHRIOTUHBVANbEXIOAL ;

I The "trying lOs," when a young wife wife enters the long waited retirement done ren, but to offset the damage. those who know the ins and that you desire. This program ...-., Saoraaaanl. at -Rob Tha: Rae & Robart AND Chafcla HBFOBUM pbJI
to their children by other outs of child-parent relation CoaiBunloatlM .
'I Is trying to male both ends meet protect periods of the 60s. She becomes, In Dr. elements of a Godless so ships. Our entire community citizens personal and contact their between, Communion a-m; family Ink Sarrloa aarrloa im
her children, push her husband socially Briggt' glib phrase, the "ired wife In retired ciety. Someone has said, "If should support these efforts schools .mead hDClor d &loa .....1It, Uu Vanloa bardana Baoraauoi Caiat "
should help to alleviate some rrwar and II ..... Sundan.Chureh .
and professionally and adjust toI life. Guest whose fault it Is? The our children behave badly it teachers, government and of the rumors and misunderstandings Sarama"(Ito't.( ..... aa School, with alaajal toaraa d
I' is because society has already law officials physicians and tha flnt Sunday 1 In tha ...ontlll.) auapt this adult. elaaa Ol4l. Ukat
I her in-lawt. husband's that are so destructive Tka Saaramanl _.... ... Adult eUaa!"
Fatigue, anxiety depression of course, having failed to behaved worse" Parents clergymen. Let' meet any to " will aalaaraud. of oa Holy Saint Communloa, aad Holy! c.u.Capt and ,,. 1.'
I I' and despair are characteristic complaints.The make advance planning for the retirement have a tremendous task specific problems that you or our community life. D.,. at U 00 a-m.,
I 5". I "tired 3ts) ," when the it Involved years they'd dreamed about Result: Acute and guide a serious and discipline responsibility their to our community may have Alcohol and gasoline don't VENICE MISSION BAPTIST Oardana.FIBST

i i t In all kinds of volunteer work at well at boredom. children. headon, and unitedly "trainup mix neither do alcohol and Baffta The R D.*....a Arthur OU BnilavoM M. Bplllar.M. or BAPTIST VENICE CRUIICII

tl 1 family and housekeeping problems and Dr. should have In the light of all this It our children In the way gunpowder. Intoxicated persons Worahlp Banlaal 11KK .... Richard. ft, Uoid, PallorSnaday
Briggs a large female are not allowed Sunday School.! S4S ...... ....
they should to hunt School I t>4S
awakens more weary than when she went practice. Like sociologists who tend to Is encouraging that many of go. We cannot in any national forest or wild FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Worablp Banrlaai 11 tOO a.KTralnlna
iTMaalplaa of ....
the parents in the Venice area stop a runaway world by Ckriat Unloal S IlO
': to bed. blame crimes on society rather than the life management area In Flor afaaaaia Tampla" Eaat Vatiloa" Area E.anln* Sarrtaa f:0 P.O.Wadnaaday .
are already taking step* in keeping still ida.ixora. Paator. Tha Bar. a M. Paarj. Prarar Maatln l 1,*
\ The "fearful 40s," when the brats have criminal he views the husband at the ,Sunday Worahlp, 10 .-.. .. _
School Silt
,i become teenagers and developed a critical villain of every period save one-th. 60s, FIFTH IN A SERIES"Let's FIRST" BAPTIST CHUBCH; TUB MOIOMI8: Pooono BAPTIST Trail CHAF*,

,i attitude toward their parents. In addition Or OSPREY 7 Haatlnf COnOne\
when he's suffering and his wife it Tutbrnl Trail Mine: )
happy AiNOTtUt
o Day
l II! to her other duties, the must act The .... -.... 0_ PaMor Ttha. Bvr Joha GilL Intarin PaiMSunday

I at a buffer between the children and their -It would be enlightening to hear from Suadav Siiadar School. I .8ar 4S.a.m leaa. .- -School.. i" "SarvlocaSunday ,I44 *..m.Mornlni .-
Plant A Garden"In Iforaln Wonhlpi It ..... Wonihlpl 11 s.Tnnls .
I j II father who-the slob-has no insight Into Mrs. Briggs. E Tralalne_ .. Worahlp Valont. I lit tilo$I.PBU" E.'n., Unw W.rah'II'.' 5,55"M F.p."
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their problems. Alabama Journal. MM'waak Prayar Martla." MMed Pnmr 11-...
By ANNIE BOTH SUMMERS fill; PM. Wadnaaday. nsa ,." Tbomu..

article four we were discussing halve and scorch them where ; copper plant and numbers .

Mlijl i I A Knockwurst Showdown cold protection. In ever it touches. of other tender plant.
this torrid weather we are Attach a multiple plug to In Louisiana Alabama, Texas .
having at this time you may the drop cord (don't overloadit and other states, folk the best recipe for folks
1111 I There Is a saying about Germans and service threatened to bring government think this Is a peculiar timeof or it will blow a fuse and treat these tender plant a*

their rather happy-go-lucky: neighbors, the operations- to a standstill.We cold year be talking I would about like freeze both you). Use and the as many berries fairly may annual the Recently states of when Alabama I visited newly moved to

Austrians: Germans think the situation it don't know what effect ell this had to continue the advice on. pro high amp bulbs as it II safe and Georgia I noticed crotons -

always serious but not catastrophic; on the price of knockwurst. We know tenting thestrawberry to use Suspend these near and copper plants growing Venice

dl) 1,1', Austrians think the situation is catastrophic about as much about the marginal cost pyramid w e the allow top them of the to cover touch but it. These don't curiosity in several I stopped yard.In Out and of

,1 l but not ...rioul.Th. factors In the knockwurst game as we were talking lights will supply enough heatto asked the owner of one home Take en phone call (Cot coupon Mow,)

.. wet before the Great Knockwurst know about the price regulation for tea about last protect the berry blossoms. If these plants ever wintered add hostess with bisktts of lifts a 4

Strike. In Chin. Either China week then we' You will be happy because through and she told me they Information stout the city, stir la gene'
,' will go into the you will enjoy early strawberries do not. She buys plants in the Ins hospitality end you'll have I P"
4' Austrians can get very Involved when But going on strike because of the discourse o n and I am sure the late spring and enjoys their emus end delightful welcome./ Jin;

I the subject is their $tnockwurtt.: When Its price of high-class hot dog seems mite cold protectionfor other power company will thank vivid, colors until frost bites (hone

+ I'I price goes up too much, they think that drastic., It's like' all that loud protest In plants. you This I ill a rather old fashion them particular Unless plants we well keep protect these

'I It not only catatrophie: but actually ser New York a while back when the bagel All of u* ed mean of cold protection ed here, they give u* delightful
Ii I ious. workers struck. know we have employed by: u* country folk color Only five months out Wdco
i Mr*. Summers f r e e t e s In year back. We filled burlap of the year. This is why agonPIIONEUUIOI
The price of this tasty morsel' ef teutonic W* ]lust don't understand all this god. Florida and we are only kidding bag with pine straw, leaves are turning more to the hardy

r' r f.1! gastronomy hat risen to much that lets, socialistic: agitation. over knockwurstand ourselves if w* don't grace clipping and so on until type plants I for this area.
prepare for them. For Instance they looked like big ,sli' Next week in article I
\ I Austrian electrical workers cut off all the bagels. No. Iwe
i" let's say we decided Iowa We pinned these aroundour will discuss hardy and
/ i,I power In the country for an hour theother But we'll tell you this: If the price of to grow our strawberries in shrubs with nail. Usually semi-hardy and tender plant. WELCOME NOKOMEBI -------------l
the pryamid fashion and we two of these straw pillow
j workers smoke-cured
day to protest. Many building goes up any more we'regoing
have been warned that a would cover one plant By Use this coupon to let n
1\ i sat down on their |Joblr| even more to bring this country to- a stand freeze is coming Run a good placing a pillow on either bra CATt.OUISVILLE ,

J than usual they sat down on their-|obt.Indignant still. safe electric drop cord from side of the plant and pinning Ky. (A?) IWI'_ -
the nearest electrical outlet to it securely together along* t-e The University of Louisville ADD,,".
knockwurst 'lovers In the civil Atlanta, Ga., Journal. /
the berry patch. Erect a tentor seams and on top we saved English class almost got
any kind of heavy cover many of our plants from cold what it ordered. gill .- -

:, over the patch by supporting damage which otherwise The instructor notified the Q Phase have the Welcome Wagon Hostess cell m med I
.1':1.1, I I"::, : -0-- the cover with heavy stakesat would have frozen. book store he needed M I would like to subscribe to the '
i I least one foot above the One .of these day w* will copies! of "The Track of the D I already subscribe GONDOLIER I
bushes and down to the admit to ourselves it is useless Cst," which goes by the number to the GONDOLIER
W, J i PERSONNEL man te trainee "Or If breaks entirety and retire years early. ground around the patch. to try to keep crotons ?-1100.The Fill out coupon end mall to Orculattrt Dajd!,

,, Never let. cover touch the pretty during the winter eM'*'"ant that came laWM '._.,
I, you p/erer, you may eject to slip coffee Baltimore, Md., Sun. plant u U will become ad- gl-snths. Thl\ allies also to T-1000, ."Th Leopard _

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Mrs. Sager, Dr. Chable OnBoard Guild Meets Calvary Reformed Church NABW Members, The GONDOLIER Venice, FU. Thus, Oaf T, 1944-7 I I'd '

Of Service Agency Tuesday For Opens Fall Program SundayFall State Guests Meeting\ Attend eaa d I 1

)!11. Samuel Safer and Dr. be able to consult this association activities at Calvary Lord's Supper will be cele- Four area members of Nat- a

r:. Robert Chable. are South for direct help or to Fall Plans Reformed Church of Venice brated at the 11 a.m. service ional Assn. of Bank Women I!!
county members of. the FanvIt discuss the best procedure to Gardens will begin with a Sunday and all Christians are were among the 78 members VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE.
service Men of Sarasota follow for a solution to the beach party Saturday from 3 invited to partake. The present at the Florida State ,
Hr. i"0-, which went ** problem." Arrangement for a fashion to 8 p.m. for the church's morning sermon by the pastor meeting Sept. 18-20 at Causeway
t run operation at Its offices On* of the Important func show and annual baraax will Youth Fellowship. will be '"The Church's Inn in Tampa. Sunday
ID Houck Foundation tons of the ice made and committee chair All of They were Mesdames Alice Friday Saturday !
100 al the Director will be young people the Master" and the choir will ,I
Budding at 1224 laSit Tamlami to meet with civic groups men for the events announced community from the ninth sing "The Lord's Prayer" and Lumley, Grizltda Payne, '' ...
100t Trail, Sarasota, week, when problems of family !living at the Eplphincy (Catholic grade Jhl are welcome and "Communion Hymn.1 nursery Mary Eddy' and Margaret<< BAKED ROAST ROAST ,I'
: I Leach of Area
Church Englewood.
Sager, wife of Dr. are being discussed Organization ) Guild meeting those to attend should for preschool age child FISH PORK & SIRLOIN (
fit. guests at the dinner
Tuesday at 1:30: p.m; at the notify YF closing I
President Joel will be
Sager, 1 i. also sec desiring to consult Ray ren provided during '
SamuelO.of the organisationIjch with him on this phaseof church hall I son at 488.2114. the service meeting were Mr. and Mrs. With &Lemon DRESSING OF BEEF ,

formed spring afprivately the service should get in Other projects to be die At the Sunday "Rally Day"at I Charles B. Wynne and Philip Sauce ( )
raising the fa. touch' with him at the Sara- cussed will be a card party: 9.48: am awards for per. Civic Orchestra D Payne. I
I ter organizational iota offices. and mmmaje sale The des feet attendance for the' past G. R. Griffin, president of 82c 82c 10-99(1 ::
minimum the
000 executive The association Is affiliated sert-card party is scheduled year will be made and promotions I Exchange National Bankof
Emil Hours ;
rund'iirtctor took Cover his duties with the National Family Service for Oct. 13 at 1:30: p.m. with I of classes will follow this Changed Tampa, gave the welcoming -
address the
3,11 month. He was Men, supported In many Mrs. William De Prle in program Receiving awards I A change in meeting time the session at opening of
which Included
counselor with the Family cities by the United Appeal charge. A donation of 73centstwill will be: Terry Fullen, Guy I for Venice Civic Orchestra discussions, ,
I i Children's Services, Inc Fund. The Sarasota County be requested. 'The Aellas, Patty Jones, MarJorie and Chorus Is announced today panel and programs S I l'. tin lomr 011 100 '
d and Petersburg. He receiv- group is operating by personal rummage sale, with Mrs. Elmer Zellas, Don Jones, Steve by Paul Goldensteln, director Interest to women In
m St. donations but after Wolf as chairman !Is set Rayburn and Bess banking and In public affairs. ANACIN
hlllllllter'. degree In psy. a year I Gordon E. Marks TABLEtS .84//
was guest
I'd social work at Tu. of operation will be eligible! to for Nov. 6.7.Formation. A new adult Bible voorheu'l The group will now begin
rhlatrto speaker at luncheon, which
University. be considered by United Ap of a Home and begin Sunday, rehearsals at 7 p.m. and closeat a
MI peal, Dr. Chable said. School Assn for parents of home of the pastor, The Rev 10 pm. on Thursday, was followed by a fashion S1if Size LAIGI fUllCLEARASIL I

: Purpose of the organization, "The County has long need- Epiphany School children will Frank J. Shearer, for coffee beginning today, at Venice show.Honor of the i iI
heivlljr supported by private ed this vital service and we be initiated at this meeting. and study. A thorough survey Junior High School Band tion guest convene 67r
in addition were Mrs Marie S. Do-
: (toil to South County Foundation are fortunate that so many Purpose of the group will be of the Bible from Genesis to Room. Members need not land of Miami, regional ice- OINTMENT

1 to Selby persons have so generously. to assist with all school functions Revelations will be made attend the entire session, president of the Southern DI.
and other Sarasota private contributed in order that the and activities. with "The Mighty Acts otOod" Goldenstein said, but may vision of
NABW and MrsEvelyn
the d. ,
,nipport Is to area citizens can now receive Mrs. Elizabeth Caldwellwill used as the textbook. come late or leave early, ac L of Atlanta
f Moment of healthy sound family casework service With family be In charge of the Guild In observance of World' ' their personal vice-president of the National, tt1ft1iJfflfl I !
through a casework Wide
Hit These disfunction a major problem program( and talk on "The Communion Day, The The change was Assn. of Bank Women. Mrs,
services -
program.include marital throughout the country Confraternity of Christian made at the suggestion of Worley spoke at the dinner on I
rei the Association: officers, board Doctrine." Scott Morris, a high school the closing evening of meet.log \
counseling pre-marltal with counwllnf and workers arc happy to be To etrmhislie the Guild NPC Boating student member who was un. which was also attendedby r
work parent-
relationships.and Counsel-- able to assist on a local levelin theme, "Know and Meet able to attend the full session officers of the banks in I :
child coping with the national at previously set hours. .
Your Neighbor the Gulf Central
a social Group area I I
log will difficulties encompass where those problem." Mrs. Sager said. /hour will be held after the Course Set The public is incited: to the King S/X9/
I emotional Dr. Chable said that the rehearsals. TRAY TABLES
meeting Mrs. Cellura
Is orient. Church Women ;
the problem staff will be expanded according I It chairman Recently returned from vacations
rd, and Director Codol aald to the need and the available co-chairman, Mrs Dan Walsh NORTH PORT CHAR- and back with the FIBER GLASS; ;
the Service will take part in funds. and Mesdames LOTTE The Boat Club of group are Arthur T.. Norton Meet FridayENCLEWooDThe QRlG1Nal
referral both to and from He,. Mrs. Sager and the director Rose Feldman Clarice Rv- North Port Charlotte has announced and Jack Tefler. New Auorttd Ktnm. Practically "
7s. other community agencies.Fees stress the, fact that croft Joseph A. Bury and C. it will sponsor an bers are Mrs. Mary "em'l Wom tndnlruciiblt.tray. PloMie-
.... Ray Beans will assist eight-week en's Society of the Methodist Appalbrou Ilegs. I ,
.... will be set according ,self-referrals are not merely course in small violinist: Mrs. Grady Hough *
toe eliding scale and the in. I welcomed but are encouraged boat handling. Jr., cornetist; Mrs. Rikkl Church will hold Its October (Inlih. .
dividual' ability. to pay. Resident RebekfhsHostDistrict Classes will\ be held every Smith, tympannlst, and Mrs I meeting in the Fellowship
1 of the Venice vicinity Wednesday, beginning et 7.30: Tracy Guess, clarinetist, Hall tomorrow at noon. 3,93
may' refer directly to the As- I pm. in the Warm Mineral whose husband already wasa Luncheon will\ be served with .

u ndation, Dr. Chable said, by Dessert Card Party Head Springs Catholic Mission. Instructor member of the group I the Naomi Circle serving as 99 Yalel
rilling the Sarasota office will\ be Dr. Robert Sarasota members Include host. Mrs. J. P. Bullock\ will (

Hi and Mrs. Sager will limit A publla dessert card party ENGLEWOOD Lemon McNary of Flotilla 97, Coast Bernard H. Hall, violinist; be the guest speaker. 10 BIG DAYS

their local work to answering tomorrow at 12:30: p.m. at Bay Rebekahs held their regular Guard Auxiliary. Larry Kruse, violinist; Mrs.
any questions possible about Venice Civic Center is being meeting Thursday evenIng Additional Information may L. H. Vowell, violinist; John From 1950 to 1960 the number f Fill '"1
thi service and will not be doing sponsored by WW1 Veterans at the IOOF Hall on Englewood be obtained by calling Wil- McLaughlin, saxaph 0 n 1 Is tI; of students graduating ,t \ YOUR ADVANCE

. the actual casework, he Auxiliary, Mrs. Rex Sowle in Road. Guest of honor bam Brink, 426-1774. Raymond C. Starbard, trombonist from Florida high schools SHOPPING LIST.Aluminum
Hid. charge Donation will be SO was the new district dep. Twenty-one persons attended ; Henry Gergel, trumpet each year increased by 126 AVAILABLE .. ,
All residents of Sarasota cents arty: Mabel Bryant, of Sara- the organizational session player; and William Berry per cent.Babe's. -.- l ,
, sota. Rebekah officers wore last Wednesday. tuba player. __" '
County eligible, regard-
are (
white formals for the :
of color creed occas- +
lees race, Bridge Scores ion and refreshments were .
national origin or economic served following the V-M KETTLE .. :
statui, Codol said Where meeting. Presbyterian WOC I ..H.UH'.I. .
Bridge Studio, Sept. 21, 1 p.m. At another joint meeting by Mine to
psychiatric consul. CONVENIENT WAY TO CHECK
necessary I-Mri. R. N. Could and Mrs the Odd Fellows Rebekahs
laden will be available. All 2 quart copa J. J. Nealon, 52tt. and Triple Link Corn. plans
banes hears qUICkly.
records fidential.are kept strictly con. -Mrs. Harry Lawrence and and activities were discussed Opon Fall Meets Tuesday SET JUST ONE CONTROL fnamebd I .\.'. .JI'a'''' Hmln_ r ;i ,

e Mrs. Lou Kimball, 52. for the coming season With This All-New faucet! cud handl. YOUR ORDER IN FIRST- )
I "Hie agency Is like the J-A. Q. Campbell and R. N. The first event scheduled Is Polished Onbh'. AHEAD OF THE CROWDS
The Venlce-Nokomls Pres. . at the home of
m Mrs. L.
central hub from which p _
Gould 4tU. card
a party sponsored by !
I "1-1" \/111<1-
byterlan Women 0 f the M. Danklefs of 900 Nokomts "
spokes go out to other organzitlons !- Bridge Studio, Sept. M, members of the Triple Link
in the area," Dr. ':)) pm. Corp. It was held Saturday Church will open their first Ave, South; Bible moderator, gg r i 1.49 YOUR ORDER PREPARED EARLY 1!'
(fall circle Mrs. W. B. Mathews. Val STOCKS
Chable explained. "Referrals 1-Mrs. James G. Kalec and at the hall. Refreshmentswere Tuesday. FROM COMPLETE
Circle One will meet at 10 Circle Eight will meet at 10a
ire made when
necessary Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 48. served with Elizabeth
a.m. at the home of Mrs. mst the home of Mrs. Wm. i
and when desired although and -
a 2-Mrs. W. H. Namack HaU and Mayme Petitt acting
Walter Tomlinson of 907 Inlet C. Cadwallader of Golden
good part of the'counaelln
Mrs. Emmy Reilley, 39. as hostesses Door prizes and I
will be handled the : Circle; Bible moderator, Beach Blvd. Bible study will
by executive 3-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. table prizes were awarded.
s director. It is rather like linson 3844. Miss Catherine Huntsman. be a round table discussion. i

a clearing house many per- 4-Mrs glare Carlson and Circle Two will meet at 10' Circle Nine will meet at
ions are reluctant to take Col. Vincent Dixon 37H. Sarasota Artist a.m. at the home of Mrs J. 1:30: p.m. at the home of rs.

emotional or family problemsto Bridge Studio, Sept. tt, W. Butler of 104 Flrenze Ave., E. E. Mosiman of 220 Inner Plumbing Co. at* Slit ECONOMY SIZE
" a guidance center and will 7:30: p.m. Has Show HereFive East; Bible moderator, Mrs. Drive, Colonial Manor; Bible
moderator, Mrs. Wm. H.
and Julius Atz.Circle CREST TOOTHPASTE46e
1-Miss Lucy Journey Johnson.All 488.2402 488.5282
S Mrs. C. E. Bryant. 42. oils, three watercolorsand Three will meet at Interested
i-Myron Schoenfeld and Col. two woodblock prints 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. women Radio Equipped Trucks
Presbyterian fellowship
Ira Nelson, 40V4. comprise the current art exhibits George C. Churcher of 000 E. invited. are P. O. Box 454, Nokomis HI.
Clare Carlson and Al Hazelwood Road, Venice Gardena \
at Venice. Nokomis ._.. ..
... ...._
IraYOUR' Journeay Jr., 30. Bank. Artist is Mini M. ; Bible moderator, Mrs. d.""' '" "' "
W. Morris and Everett H. Brown.
4-Mrs .J. O'Connor of Sarasota who recently -

a Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 38. came to the area from Circle Four will meet at Sldl SIZE II 01. FAMOUS -"ITI Sir 'I
Woman's Club, Sept. tt, Columbus. Ohio. noon at the home of Mrs.

.. 1p.m.NORTHSOUTH. Mrs. O'Connor plans to opena Warren A. Steele Jr., of S09 HAIR SPRAY 98'PROCTOR
studio gallery and shop in Beach Park Blvd; Bible moderator BLALOCK
Planning/ a vacation trip? 1-Mrs. R. N. Gould and Mrs. Sarasota in the near future Mrs. Hugh McPher. JAMES T. AGENCY, INC \

t'l sometimes hard to keep J. J. Nealon 83. where she will teach painting, "
tht kids contented on long 2-Dr. R. F. Wilcox and Col copper enameling and other son.Circle Five will meet at n A u r an ce

tripe, so remember to carry Vincent Dixon, '75 art originals.She 1.30: p.m. at the home of Mrs.
M assortment of small, inex-: 5-Mrs. Clara Carlson .and Is a member of the H. T. Adams of 376 Glen Oak fifoo/iined 7929
pensive toys-coloring; books, Miss Lucy Journeay, 74%. Sarasota Art Assn, National Road, Venice Gardens; Bible 243 W. VENICE AVE : '

. miles, etc., to entertain the EAST-WEST League of American Pen. moderator, Mrs. J. D. Card- VENICE, FLORIDA SILEX ;. '
. children when they become 1-Mrs. J. W. Kimball and women and Florida Crafts- nero Select end Consult an Independent
J Mrs. Harry Lawrence, 83.2rMrs. mere Assn. She was an officer Circle Six will meet at 10 PHONE Insurance Agent SPRAY, STEi1M +4",' gI' r : I I'fn&
restless.lo Louis J. Unertla and in the Columbus Art Lea. a.m. at the home of Mrs. at you; i
accidentally flood 488-6791 and
: would DRY
; Doctor or Lawyer, i IRON .
Mrs. J. W Morrls.TJ. Charles M. PUs of Nar- your I iI
tau car's engine with too gue and taught with the lea 806 }
I. much gas, don't run down 3-4-5-Mrs. D. A. Hathawayand gue. She studied at Columbus vaezl St.; Bible moderator, I "No drip"eazrl.. +
use battery in a panic Hold Mrs. C. C. Gardner, College of Art and Design Mrs. Myron McGlynn. Extra high wake PROCTOR it
the J accelerator all the way to 6734. Ohio State University. Circle Seven will meet at 8 __ m fill. Eren flo Sjl ,I :,
Mrs. C. R. Phillips and X
the floor and start the motor. -9-
It this doesn't work remove A .0. Campbell, 5714.j45 stems vents. 4 SlICE TOASTER

the"butterfly"air cleaner choke to check to make the and-Mrs.Mrs.James C. F. Bryant G. Kalec, # 0$$ Select-ronlccolor control adjusts '

lUre it's loose. 57'r/ , toasting time) ., "
Here's ,Bridge Studio, sept IS
another Hem forM automatically
. ear's lp.m.NORTHSOUTH. Cliihninp U99RE6. t
4 cigarette lighter S chrome ,
A portable that
ton Into lighter Weighs only 1-Mrs. Peter Olsen and J. K.
fifteen Hill, 81. I
pounds but it cannfrigesde
2-Mr. and Mrs. Van B. I
up to 16 cans of t
lode And it uses about theme Carter, 74Vi. 1,19Carter's j
voltage as park- jMrs. Louis J. Unertle and Little Pills 76tf
;your e
"g lights. Sorry, we don't Harry Reimer, 70tt. I

We do sell ears though, and 1-Mrs. W. Loeffler and Mrs. V 'e REG. 1.23Sominex I

It )0\&'.. been holding off, W. Gelsser, 9Vi. :
Bridges and Tablets 12 1 I II
waiting to be able to make a }-Mrs. Fred . .1
own Mrs. J. J. Smith, 68. I

W don't to BILL wait payment any longer. Corn. 3-Mrs.Mrs. F.W.N.H.Mulhern Tomlinson and, 64. _I ,0 REG. 98o i tin.: i; .,,1

Venice, look PHILLIPS over our FORD fine Venice Contract Bridge Club, Coconut Oil Shampoo 390SPECIAL
U, 7:3: p.m. ,
"then,''ectlon talk of it used over cars with and us. NORTH-SOUTH Sept. N I l .

and N.
BILL PHILLIPS FORD can 1-Mrs. C. E. Bryant :
end will sell K. Patton, 67. :.1 ,! 1
you a car, so Louis J. Unertl and '
come 2-Mrs.
In G
soon. I
J. J. Nealon, 63. _
Exactly Mrs.
what does CAMERAM
aJcbt meant? EAST-WEST
11 sign Journey and 0 I p :
'means 1-Ml s Lucy t
you must slow down ,
for W. Prior, 73. --s r
approaching traffic, 'and '
Dixon and
Ilif l i-Col. Vincent t' '
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/-IT). GONDOLIER, V.ntet. Fl.. tturi, Oct. f, 19I &

Key Club Plans Venice Meets Boosts

J" II Auto Cavalcade I Sailors In Fourth-Quarter Randy

The Ktjr Club will sponor '

h I '; tn auto ea..lcada Friday WSC TiltOne
: BOWLlNG'j nltjht In conjunction Key

!_ with the Venlr.a-S.r.aoU 20-14
Indians Over
I football cam at Ihrlir of the biggest football Napes

.. Field In S ra.oU. R wlU games In the history of Venice ,

form at 1 p.m. at the Venice High School is on tap tomorrow
Cyro's Lanes Myakka Lanes High School parking night when the Indians

lot. PrI... will be awarded take the abort trip to Venice rallied for 13 pointsIn r
Tat I.. P ut Moh, Chull.I Saparlaf Ibatlnf-Catillat C... Mix
the final to defeat
to meet the Sailor. quarter
f.71Callah. Sarasota
1 Yanloa Tin and Kadl.u.r. Z2 I ( ad Los... Poll Hmdmom 1115 to the best decorated! can.
.... FIo.Id. Pin. TII.r P.rk rama wa. hlith for th. According to a ipokei- in a key White Sanda Confer- stubborn Naples, 20-14, Friday .
IO' .... In I ....h.. 014 103". Bud1. Harold Smith.. Ill ..... and IM ... tilt night in non-conference
ence a
AtoMinnl Rudr.l.r' 1.1 .. cow Mali for tba nan. Bowl nt. min for the elub, the cavalcade
= ::' CI.... 84 Kngle.oal for Iha Vanloa-Nokonil. Bank tII.. Is being planned to The encounter will go a long clash played at the home of
Florid. i-in. Tnll.rP.rk hl.h aeon, h.lp<"d win all th_ ....
Bait Raw 4-4.
thultimate the Golden Eagles
toward determining .
4-4. Carlini'. Black ubol 4-4. I ,... Brittnn'. How of Fuoitur.H.pktt. i. lend added .upport to the way v
...d V..... Tin Radl.tor 4'& Hod.i..Ild. 104 .I.h undefeated conference champion Neither team was able to
aa.... F.n1 H...., J.. 1'.... ..Ioa fn. tho I.d". bull'. no kar Both teams are undefeated muster an offense In the first T
.. of 17. 'or Whl.. Com"1 Pro. r
I atnl I 04,and lId 14..nd.. 470 atandlnint I VFW n'w Au. 1111 Au.. d..... 0th.. .fond ....... Rmoy w7ekeff I In league play, but the half, but they both "mana, AYl

1+ 1111 I.1. Kar Hartman..> 1-1. sod ...1..0.p"..,. 117.,4 GI.n, .nd 8ta111 Fnn 171431.Mad. Nlehpi .. 1001 ...... aa tot Venlea-Noko. Sarasota eleven I. I-Ion the ed" to score seven points
Jon Modh.Pruilnl... .Team....a 1-1 Uata.1 Ruth 167 t..r th. lidln. Hon" Wok. mil. K.nk Doll _... ,ally rood season while Venice is 2.0. apiece during that period of

I Vat.*. (')eh M,.. C...... Ml I Jo. inn Blvcn 107-621 1W-440. for Bill th.Blahl mmMaitdar U.. Larry ., of Tha'51.81 Parlay IO-. 71 Funaral to taka Rene two Venice opened up with a play and went off the field! at

d Cram bwmm.t.South Vmtr.lull,Am Elmer Rlrk.rSunmut inlwFlra >. ....... Rob Doll. took tot aiearara of the Pura 25-7 victory over North Fort the intermission in a dead
Molal t 7 1 RIM V., Linn, Cmall Inpplvd. pin. to th. tun. of 011 Gun whan th..ngd vp with In conference meeting lock
.... flna aoorea to take two of tot Myers a
i. n..I..1 for 481 .rlo fur Lu.eill.
snit Wind Wind Marina.Marina.Hi .nd 1870.a..dl.>nd 411. 1 Gulf.*.! .'. V..... to ...k. t.p ...... sod 'hrea ..m... Th. ..1. ...... ProWilllom. The Sailors downed Tailback Carter Bryan put llo
..-. bus, tit., loss .11 I .... tobW' 1(0 Berneta Domln 10..
f Potb AIN FI. D.prt..s .. Power. 174. Lob Bolt., 175 Southeast by a 19.7 score in Naples ahead on the second
,. Ural C. Ism w thy roll.d
i 74.t .sod South.Th. I B'1. their lid lifter Last week the play In the second quarter
b ik for EMU. with .... 111 mends. Moralnr. HoaMwlTeai M.ry"
Daaeaa Oimaltt Mliail MINI.Bradlian two county rivals played non- when he returned an Indian rA
Publli )(..hme. 171 *nd4HI now look. Gtrlock 181-480 Lai Chid Relaer. lad th. rah. with Hi.168-181 for Fy --II
I i Jack. Bullock K.I n.r Pr ntlnv. wick'; ltd...21SM.,li Rpnn 1611 Vint nlaWhltaaiU the hitS. ..... and 433 for th. hl.h league opponents with the Indiana punt 64 yards for a touchdown tie t
114, and 11II"> Enrtlewood Bmvlnin and Bobby IU.htt.r .ri. 'or th. Noho..l. Ph....... .I.. declsioning Naples, 20-( Center Bill Harter add. '
... Mil Don Hurl, Realtor, 4M, HI Birrlcfleld followed with 141-180 Itl _
.: Don Bru l. Real Batata.VS a......" Walar Caitditlanlnc laa- for 475 for Southern Initl.tlon Good 14, while Sarasota was losingto ed the extra point by place
Fwiwa of tn.lewood P.I. >ndFkird ... .'lnt National Hank ...r.d hiiht ........ turned In bpi Hilda Job..,. Manatee, 33.13, after lead- ment and the Golden Eagles!
I : Hunt' Vmlc. k.tarm'I natlnf ..m mlM with a lotl an aamaa. of 171. Vera Da.l. 171 Inns" UMamnn '.
100.-.S-08'' with loeb Bull..k the P.ull". Nhw' 183, IIhlrloo Imllh 117. too- 13_1 at-- the end- of three were in possession of a 7-0

!; ,kdr.Vonrd.l.Maylofc.n, 8hoal Inc? 10 LaaraatTm $ and big 141 I'dps.itoe, top ..with.. n'p.o 014 -of to tob.1.0.10.thoI rolled 1(1 Mnthem tameaTaalea .and Janet B.ld both quarters;; lead. ,.J'''''= ''' ''' ,'''>II.. At }_.... .,. J"", " ..-.. 0.. "WIOC'" .
III I ab.. Ina 890, Clira-NJi Apt '- I 0' 1 f... N. V..I. F..... .. Seed Par ('.., Scalar. CM.Ueaa The Indians are In good Venice' turn for the spectacular
m Ktandlnni Wloaj Inc. 10... J. Nrot ",.. oort4-. h.rd '.18 th.olttater. physical condition for tomor-
Learnt R. Brl.n
I posed with
pat Inn .. W.I ecRadI.MI. -. came just 22 seconds VENICE QUARTERBACK Joelson I is four-yard gain 1 i. Naples' guard Wtynt
H. 801 rbw Tile 10.. and ClaraNJoApia. with a dot aerie on ...... Ray a
d I MMannto. fnlt.d. .lth loll ... row night game, but such Is to go in the half With Some 300 Venice
of 168.1..1'0. Georra Letdlnrer turnad about to pitch back to left-halfback Don Jenkins ((73)). fans malts
of 1043 M* 'm. Bill
,.. on rnmai Rodairer
lame Jos. Kl k Maitar.1W not the for Sarasota
In th. high llnrla a big 114. case second and situationon
and I40i Hir...... 7M .nd .281. !7tll and Frad N. .. 101 for lb. rama a eight Christopher during third-quarter action inFriday's the 190-mile round trip to see the Indians
Stand.. HI..... 11 1. Rufflanat III.., tlttr.ll Caarrata Mud Los. Several of their key playerswere the Indian 15, quarterback I of the
(wing. RI.... lAW M.1 Tort.Lo. Venlot High School Principal, John Indian Naples game at Naples win their second straight young ttt.
d Mn. I-4. hurt in the Manatee
an WI.. af IK. Ma....I Nfdra. R.UShtarar. .. ... T.lor H.dwn p.ted .Davie... ...... top honor, with. high Ray Joelson went back to Coming up to eventually stop the play after ion, 20-14
IIOftlln.I.. 7051. Gert.ud. Klok W.nt. 250' torn. bl.h _. and Jim Adam. .. of 115 and 514 top Mriea Tom clash and will see only limit- pass and was chased almost

I I I. 449..Wooden... . 148 sod. .22.. 1I'.nd.. 222-681..m.h.'ord.' X..1t H.ppl..d M-.stlthop '. R.107 rune and, and Stan 510 Allen and sit followed...1_with Fll.heth ed action against Venice to the goal line by a host of own 38 after a Naples punt. with a host of defensive stalwarts Scoring:

t Inn...t 54 S.. ..d 7 M.t.1.I ,w.rd.n.,.. 1'7.I1 04. Sotlt 1164$1. Hloh ..... n' .oe .. .....rod. Shock ... hlih. for th. ladle, HeTheny A Threat Naples linemen. Joelson fired Peden got 11 yards on the including MacDonald,
I1 t Aamlraa. Oil bOh....'.104 IIh.m..b Boo his. toll.itk Do.but 'WitIi. tMy with 0511 IM 416Raarh .and 44<. followed by Van To date, quarterback Guy I the ball at the last moment first play of the aeries Left- Zacharias, Ken Ringo, Greg N-C. Bryan 64-yard punt\

I I an.Ixon. 11 Wba anj 4KSi Egl.nd Anhlor I Iu.1no>..M.. tot d >,.! th. ,.J.: :to Myakka: L. $t. baa Bararian Meat Rentd L.I. .. I McTheny has been the shining and It wee deflected at the 15 half Terry Hasklns added Jones, Shep Lawrence, Bob | return; Harter kick good\.
..... "88'''. Enilffand .. i,hn Hunter. rama throu.h with .., Saraauta Pracaat belled their' 550tom In the Sailor offense .
j and wood III a..I.a... a City I..,. 12M'Mill Bt.ndlnnl l.e.lot. Don Brlttler SOO.580. Tarry ..asp. .nd ram. up with light by Naples and Steve Clark In- three before Peden broke Somers, Tom McDonnell, V-Peden, 85 yard pees sod
4 I Pn.lsd Gore Soi.. .... I1M27 C.I Smith. 101 M,- of 181.904.K.5 to tak. too hilb lariat He has not gone to the air to the hands of Venice right-I away for 38 yards Fullback Steve Bradley, Phil Young run from Joelson, Peden run
i Cit. 30'"ft.I: "- \ I'd. kit. Lou... tMim rama thrash with with 1.>1 .... Led b, S.-n Bnker as much as was expected in halfback Paul Peden who
John Henne Haskins and Henne. good.
Bill Phllll" Ford p.t 1'...... toad Uirir tint win of th. sown by Mk.n. 20-B... AI Perri. 820- 6'. Cliff T.Mr .,- picked up .even berg,
fI tun 17. 471: Bill Nan Ho... / th. flnt. ...m. from Jim PondaraLlxnor. '04-600. Rowl..d Chlp.n 18' early season predictions, but sprinted the remaining 85 and then Peden drove througha THE STATISTICS N-C Bryan, 3.yard

Twmin.l rod,, Trmhsl To.. Tr.spnrt 04 N. 5' Jt:: /.Jan 5161, 8... T74 Vmdlnt to 76t. Ladla. ......, Fn.l H.491...'.d. P.t C..I Control K.omry.fl...Inn.4.6.finally Plod click. has used the keeper play to yards across the Golden host of tackier Naples Venice Harter kick good run;
Ton N. I. Roal 1'o.l.nd .l.wood Nunwry blued out th. top 4and. their, 827 ... hllrh. .. for pick up large chunks of yardage Eagle goal line. Peden ran for the final seven yards and 1st Downs II'
III V..I. ('...... ra... ......dl.... ...... Ion and followed .Ith 911.| ha leacua. Lou Kelly had SOS-MI on the ground the extra point to tie tne V-Peden, yard run, Hen.\
0hok R.kon I.... T..m N. 1 ..t too for lop Mm ..,I. of U7. M.rnrat for tha r. and their .toot acorlnrbx pointer. With the Yds Rushing 52 108 I ne run failed.
t .1''. .,4 T..ln.1/ Tr.wot No 7t4-4'? Enoch ..,.... with top (..,.. of >k Icon of three tins from Harold All four starting Indian count at 7.7. count 14-13 in favor of Naples, Yds Passing 47 125
1KI and .. of 4fllt. TeammatMMaria . V-Peden, 10-yard
IUn. T..t Don H.0pl."., IlBtAI top Johnion Automotlva tom thourhHarold backs have shown well with run,
.. John.on .Hd 175.460, Bmha ..... Henne attempted to run the Total Y ds. 99 233
Cnllsh.n. 7671, P.,0nr C.n.h.n : Johnana and G. l on.rd SO-Yard Pass Henne run good.Learn .
halfback Paul Peden I
and Nleho'' coo ,hw nmo .d to.'I rnoll. a 171-467 lids JarrMt a both lid for hlirh. l.dl.ld".1 ramahonor conversion but was stopped Passes Att. 8 14
I tal ..d HoOig. .nd JitII 80.* of 1.6 p.o.. Em M tot kialng with I whopping 244 ... and quarterback Ray Joelson The host eleven went ahead
: ..... Laob..". Realtor, ., with 167..68. Dorothy e..rh hock Taylor 111475 Lloyd again in the third period after right on the goal line and the Passes Comp 3 8
} Fnnl! 1". Ann Kraft 162. Dora Twin. til Wl. .t". Bill Rod..,. (17. doing most of the ball carrying host atffl led with 8:38: to go Passes Int. 0 2 To Drive
thy Thompson 172-4111 LII R... 18.. Wolf an exchange of punt. gave
MORE Curly 101 rhlnr Vermllllo. toy. In addition, Joelson has
lot Tolrr 1B4 Evelyn Enillih 110Komi Tom Enoch '00. Bill SUM lot.Fabtaff the Eagle. the ball on their in the game.After Punts 8/33 5/37 ..... LIa. Do, to boor ..-....
,, READING THE' EnnLwood connected on 18 of 27
TV M.n. Ua- passesIn ,
.... ." Early Bird. Ml.ed Laarmihlrh own 41. Eight plays later Bryan the ensuing kickoff, Fumble. Lost 0 0 LUTHER'SDRIVING
VENICE GONDOLIER Modem 66 and Bmltty Enile- <'ral.'. II'DU.... ...... 'SU 0..In two games for 247 yards.
._ __
rod AuM I! '_ tkd collie - the Golden Eagles failed to Yds. Penalized 6 23 SCHOOL
-- -' Mrtea on Ginney N. . IM hiirii The posted his second touchdown
series between Venice
i of 1001 loot and> : but 1001 Smlttr to pot. th.addad I.l.aamai.... blthlerle. of ...... for tha rate. .nd Harold Cralr and the Sailors began in 1960 I of the night on a three- gain and were forced into a Score by quarters: SarasoteUl

ATTENTION Condltlonltir. of tool.....rod M.nco-Trawford huh ...... Air ofloll to .650 Bud Laedham.huh .......101 Bill led Rama h4 i I with the Sarasotans coppingthe yard run up the middle. Hart., punting situation End Buzz Venice ... .... 0 7 0 13-20Naples !. 955-0755 or 924-2101
and dell 200. Venlo. Gaa clipped Land O' er kicked his second extra Ritchie, who had averaged 39 .. ... 077 0-14
Harold Moneo copped tha In Initial
.,.. meeting. Venice
Sun .11 thraa ramea when A. R
VENICE GOLFERSPLAY dl.ldu.1 honor. with .ram., of 1NU and it yards on four punts during
point was Naples out
tell rolled
1M-44I and her HmbandArt
1",2." for a Ml ..... Red Warm. came back to win In 1961, but
DAY OR NITE tOl. Ted IM Dully Ltdrer Id!. Motley Runall 110 and rolled LI. 201$.-..20..<.46 111<. Pat for fell to one of the best Sailor in front, 14-7 Big gainer in the first half, went back to '
Coil Ktn.rt IM" Jobnnr Dee.. 1IT, the march was a 30-yard his own 40 to attempt another.
th. Land O Sun Au.tln Shock lot- team. in history in 1962 Last pass
Off West Coos/1 Sporties'"I Pet. Clidlcl' 1 T.
I j a....... N...., Han*. Merchant. ItO and .Glnny Rtahl III and ladle year the Indians whipped play from Bryan to end John But this time he booted the ReOpeningMonday
9 HOLE-PAR 3 LAYOUT .. .. hlrh sob of 4tl for Coq 8enk.
I ball into
: Culllcan w. CondltlonlniirH / fltatloa Bass from the Venice 44 to squarely the onrushing -
took all threa from Sarasota
.... kith ... of III ..d aieand .. n. by a 34 13 score to I
Hou.enna. MacDonald
Air !
TOMMY BOLT'SGolden high run. of Kit to tram blab' w even the count at 2.2. the 14.Early. and
.., Morrl. Shock poled high. sass. laiaranea Armey ladlei In the fourth Jim Zacharlas recovered on
of 11 and added 1 ..201 for high la. La>..... Ann. K Bra,ity a..... rolled A victory by the Indiana- the
T Golf rla. of 62' for R.mllton Home. b''. high. team ... of 1020 followed with would not only leave them I the Indian. took over on thelt Naples 48. For tackle
brother. Au.tln Shock addad 121 .d 178 and Ml for huh team ..... of MacDonald it was his second
John Houwworth hill for Hamilton. 007/. I>.. folcer ...... tha ..I. with atop the conference, but
i H...... Jobs Dot; 128 for Not. Fedrral 171 and 4111 ..-... Helen. barton bowk I would Increase their lead In blocked; punt in two games, '
CLUB 1I..t... and Loan. John Bolmh Inc. for V.nloa Motor, tamed I. th. ,
200- 80. Urry Johnaon 114 Via HaCliln top .Inrta ..... parformanea 190rama 'the Class A regional I Dr. 'Williamson Peden Scores Again
Coarse and Driving Rang. J 100-100.511 for 001 and 471 aarie.. B..n... Domin ings for the post-season 1 Bank G.,. .nl Doll. won ..rl.. honor with 101 on ramaior Itaud-j It took Joelson seven playsto OCTOBER 5th
OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. Log..t P. ....rod Into the top 171-16M.In! for th. Donors Chevro. offs Venice is engineer the Indian
....In... boon .I'b l 151.141-207 Kt let team. Other rood ......, Donna first place in the go-
; JUST OFF 41 ATSfi.Vney of ramaa for blr 14* Mriej to l,lp Splttler 170-461 Betsy Wyckoff 1<241t Cops A First ahead touchdown. Peden got
} 1 Pt & Clark Rd. bar Pahat RI.. Rlhhon team tab. h rhrama Anrla toot 1(7. Karln Honrh standings with 20 points by I four on the first, followed by
f t \ of loot and high ttr\m\ of 1.65. 1I4-441, $;. in"n.f'i\I.l": Pst virtue of two wins over Class I
but thrr .till only I won D.. tom.. an l.'hntt 1 Fannlnr 'A teams. a Jump pas to end Charlie
p 116-42. for Go''_ T Golf ask.
1...... yaar-Ararara-Cllnla; ...- Slated to get the startingnod In FSASO Event Hodges for five yard Joel- GULFRESTAURANT
r thai und.r. October 4 at 1.0* p m. again from Coach Jim son kent for four and Hasklns
l I Lea F... will .be oo hand to help added five. Peden
hit for
four ...... and rive a few pointer*. Powell are: six
Bill If your to drarrlnf: : ooma on In Ends-Tom Landgraf (155)) Dr Douglas Williamson, director and another pass to Hodges
Phillips and ret a few"lnpro. pointer, oa bow to for 14. With tint
your averara.MPram and Charlie Hodges (190)) of the Sarasota County was good
-- tackle. Bruce MacDonald Civil i Defense Underwater and goal on the 10, Peden took

((195) and Jim Zacharlas Rescue Team and President off around his own right

Classes ((200), guards Bob Somers of the Venice Grouper Snooper end and went over standing VACATION 15 OVER

(170)) and Phil Youneberr Scuba Diving Club copped : up to give Venice the lead for SAME OWNERS! SAME HOURS!
I FORD ((185); center -Tom McDon a first place prize when he the first time in the came

nell (195)); quarterback speared the largest Moray On the extra-point try Henne Lunch . . . 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Are PostponedPram Ray Joelson ((170)) ; halfbacks Eel (six foot 20 lbs.) in the made it good this time and It

I Terry Hasklns (155) and annual Florida Sklndivers was 20-14( Venice, with 2:08: Dinner . , 5 p.m. to f p.m.

. r classes Paul Peden (160)); fullback- Association Southern Open, on the Scoreboard 220 W. Miami Avenue
at Venice
t tl Yacht Club will John Henne ((160)). held In Marathon last weekend Hasklns killed the last offensive -
not be
held This is the top underwater effort by Naples when
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Saturday respect tot
competition held in the he Intercepted a Bryan pass r .r3rtr..rttt. .
the late William E. Noyes, k South over one hundred on his own 36. fallowing the

past commodore of the club. participants were registered!. kickoff by MacDonald, and

10 Thev, Mrs.will Ginny be resumed Schroder on sail-Oct. 4 Dr. Williamson also placed two Joelson keener ran plays.Peden's the clock, out on ROOF TRUSSES

SNt third in the snapper spear-
I \/_ ing master, advised. fishing category George three touchdownsand

I Alexander of Venice placed extra point ran his total
Florida's oldest wildlife third in the Moray Eel category scoring output for two gamesto UNITS

I conservation law appeared in This Is the last official 25 He added another 83

,l I 1928 It prohibited fire hunt- Florida apearfishlng contest yards rushing and 89 yards In

.... ing in the Territory The use of this eason Next year the pass receptions to give him PITTSBURGH PAINTS
338 yards gained in two
or possession of a gun and Grouper Snooper will again

64 FALCON $1895.00 light at night is still a violation place a men'and if team into com games 13 yards, an on average 28 plays of. nearly BUILDING HARDWAREWe
of the wildlife law. petition one more girl
J : ; The Indiana came again
AUTOMATIC can be found, also a women'steam I

' j '64 CAMP ACT . $$2995.00 SWIMMINGPOOLS I for anenjoyable 'I Deliver Anywhere

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it 63 V/W/ ..Sedan . $1395.00 By ,_. 1 Slated SaturdayA TRY" I I

1 'I I Bake Sale will be held SARASOTAGOLF
,' 63 RAMBLER 51595.00 JAMES A. HICKS CAPPY, the chimp, will be Saturday by the Venice Jun. CLUB Englewood

the feature attraction this ion High Future Homemaker.
Poured Concrete
: weekend when W. T. Grant of America in the Venice DAILY ] !

63 PLYMOUTH $51595.00 Using brings entertainment to the Shopping Center. The baked FEES GREEN$3sUU$ I Telephone 474.3201

I I i WAGON Simplex Forms Rlalto Shopping Center In The will will be be from homemade 9am. I I Just South Off Bee Ridge Rd. t II
of Sarasota
I I honor of its 58th anniversary to noon. ...
Call Collect
63HILLKIAN $1295.00 Cappy gained nationwide

| Sarasota 924-99781 fame when he was

't' '62 NOVA SS $1395.00 FOR FREEESTIMATE along caught busy driving Interstate an auto 4 : i r KEEP

aome months ago He has

also been featured In Life

62 MONZil Cr.c., $1495.00 Magazine.
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'62 FALCON Futura $1395.00

3 .t '. '60 FORD Fairlane 795.00 $100 RewardFOR BOYERDEMOCRATIC

t '60 FALCON 2-Dr. . $ 695.00



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any person or persons Involved In '

,: j".; 1't I any and all drywall jobs under con 17 YEARS LAW ENFORCEMENT

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Co., 725 Groveland Ave., Ph. 488- EXPERIENCE IN SARASOTA

f;,: Bill Phillips Ford 4997 Owned and Operated by Wayneand

Tom Freeman or their affiliated. COUNTY!

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p Through Lemon Bay Dredge Boat's Headed This Way : ;[II I ''I

South Venice. The
for the Venice by-pass -I
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1y 111iiiA' bids. The northern
the waterway has been
I'J' pleted from the Anclote
I to the Venice jetties "
Upon boarding the
less one is at once i
with the magnitude of 4 4I
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:; a 36 foot beam. A 70 foot
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suction pipe. The ladder
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able the dredge to dig
0'1\' \" Ii IR )l depths of fifty-five feet.
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The lower deck
i: t ff working area and houses s iIr '

power plant and pumps I ''f*,
second deck consists of \ ,
ing accommodations for \ 'I
1 men, with complete \"
( rr cilities Operations j 4
contained in the lever
forward area The above entire the that Mitchell proper to pressure observe Is the main flow I '

I gleaming in its coat of I ut the length of the pipe 'I I
w and orange paint, is neat t t

w x W pin, and is kept that ,, :

.-' ,. -, .. i! ed Captain a personally Henry Allen I

,.,. ;, " r ;,;; ,, tour with a step-by-step
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........ '. """ ."., i.:. ...*">f v : -.......... -, , '-' ....!, scription of the entire 12)I
ing procedure. Two
IGomtolter Dlioto. by Chirln, Koch led to the lever room
H DOLLAR DREDGE Dauntless boasts the new. has completed over two miles of inland waterway east of James L Taylor sat
RllIOK modern equipment for marine excavating Boca Grande The present contract calls for a 100 foot a console studded with
( most months old, the Parkhill-Goodloe Company vessel channel nine feet deep from Boca Grande to South Venice lea levers and '
Hytwnj Is the nerve center of
tire vessel. From this H I ,
A. KOCH then towed down the St business many times circles mullet age point the operator :
|, CHARLES fishermen busy at work with I
T Johns River to its home Some of Its major achievements clear view forward
\\GLEWOOD Largest where it was completed and have been large-scale their gill-nets. I able to raise or lower the
perhaps most expensivee outfitted jetty construction at Wilmington Started In August ter ladder to the
of equipment ever Gulf to Captain of the Dauntless I Is N C., Miami and Key The Dauntless began dredging sition, and "walk" the
Lie the Lower ahead for new cut
on dredging the Boca GrandeVenIce -
Henry S. Allen who works West; preparatory on
[ it the huge dredge Coast accomplished by
st with Project Engineer for Jacksonville's municipal segment of the West
which for the past closely and anchors
intlesi terminal Gandy near the ing spuds
A. J. Houseman, Chief Engineer docks and ; Inland Waterway
inexorably y
been Two
th has it Robert E Norris, and Bridge Causeway at Tampa; channel leading from Char. proper A", 4
Venice as
1ft' toward Construction SuperintendentI and initial construction of the lotte Harbor to the Yacht long steel posts are ,,, +lf
the Inland waterway has hydraulically\ into the j
N. Allen The new dredge is Cross Florida Barge Canal Basin Since Aug 17 work
through Casparil bottom to provide It
Mel l
up oppositethe
to a point
The days to progressed
one of three in operation. It required seven These at either
Sound old ferry-boat slip I
and its the Dauntless from
present company move .
and operated by miles Specifications the stern
mned predecessors have maintaineda Jacksonville to Boca Grande about two
Goodloe Com the waterway require hooms extend
Farkhill part in made through for Long
long and significant The trip was
of Jacksonvillemonster I 100 feet wide channelto from either side of the
y Inc, the economic development of the Stuart Canal, Lake Okce a
dredge also has the southeastern coastal region chobee, and the Caloosahatchee a depth of nine feet at low From these. are
newest and most modern tide huge<< three ton anchors
of the United States particularly River. :
for this type of hold the forward ::
pment in Florida. Transportation to and from The local segment passes ahead
Islands place To move
k the Three Sisters
by a near
nlng and open housemonies Started In 80s the dredge steel-hulled is provided craft called and is scheduled to extend spud is raised along ,
for the million. Established in 1879 by Cap-- sturdy" ." Powered bya north to a point off Catfish anchor on that side.
? R. G Ross, shipbuilderand a run-boat mits the pull of the
!ar vessel took place at its tain horse inboard, the Point, south of Placida,
11 port, on July 14 of thisr. marine contractor the 100 boat,poper piloted by David where it will turn northwestto chor to pivot the T M I t tI
Parkhill company has progressed utility the Seaboard ward on the remaining
Designed by through .
workmen, ,
of its Wingate, carries pass raised spud aboard the dredge. Tugboat
four the
in collaboon through Airline Railway' bridge and After I
toe engineers to
It has always engaged equipment and provisions again In background pushes a work
with Paulson Engineer. trade name the Boca Grande toll bridge. chor are
Charleston S primarily in contract the Dauntless. Palm Island procedure is repeated I the discharge pipe which ex. \ '
Service. is It will pass
the hull and steel super. I dredging with members of the The course plotted to the to avoid dredge oyster into Lemon Bay where it will other side and the :: 4,200 feet. I I
founder activein Continued on
jcturt Riwls were Bros fabricated Shipyard at family the of management the of the ban and shallows and end at Alligator Creek in ( page ,

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12-",. GONDOLIER, VenIce, FI,. Thurs., Oc'. I, 1964 stretches' across die "water
like an undulating snake. Atone
point in the 4,200 foot distance '
where there were in- ;
Boal"s sufficient floats, the discharge -
ry Dredge Coming pipe rests on the bay
bottom. The end of the pipe
emerges from the water to
spew Us material on top of
(Continued from pace 9) a huge mound now above the
surface of the bay.
move ahead some five feet Pete Mitchell has a lonely ,
This li the same as the size vigil on the spoil mound for
of cut that the rotary cutter it's his job to observe the flow :
makes In Its 100 foot swing of shell and sand from the : : t1
: from side to side Two rows pipe and report any changein .
of yellow metal flags mark 9anjM pressure. If the compressors .. ,
the channel to be cut, several I , on the dredge lose pow-
miles ahead. er, or stop, it is very difficultto
The circular "peacock" start the thick sludge mowIng
cutter on the head of the ladder again through the pipe. AA :a yq_ w'
has serrated edges and t Sometimes it Is necessary to 4
I. measurei approximately take the long pipe up, in sections ,
I : three feet in diameter.The '. empty them, and re- lay
entrance to the spoil \ 1 lav the pipe. 1 1 Xasr y ,
: pipe line is located Immedi- :> When the Venice segment, /
: ately back of the cutter. The t'rT between Alligator Creek and fT/ X
inch t 'f the jetties, Is t
sucking action in the 18- : completed, the j 4 t }
discharge pipe pulls in the , displaced bottom material -r. will provide a continuous
i : and forces it through a length protected channel for shipping .
of pipe-line to pre-determlned and boating.
6 : spoil areas. At present the Beginning at Jacksonville, r
slurry is travelling to a fill t It extends some COO miles _
area 4,200 feet distant. down the Indian River to Stu-
o At various times, David
art thence
; cross state via
i Woods makes soundings from
the St. Lucls Canal, Lake
: the forward boom to determine -
cutting speed and proper Okeechobee, and the Caloosa-
1 depth for the cutter. AI hatchee River to Fort Myers.

sample sounding showed bot- Here It turns north through ..
tom at seven feet which
p necessitated three feet of cut- Charlotte Harbor and Lemon _......-. rI -
ting after tide calculations at Bay; through Venice; across POWERFUL MOTORS and generators are er plants which furnish power to advance:
that time. Tampa Bay, and up the Gulf housed below decks to provide power for the vessel, raise and lower spuds and (... I
A chart table and gyro Coast to the Anclote River, I I the Dauntless. Englneman J. R. Crews cutter, move anchors, and operate comprej.
compass In system the lever Is also room installed -, 4y near Tarpon Springs.EnglewoodAux. maintains watch over the huge diesel pow- sore, lights and air conditioning units

,.. along with radio equipment,
mobile telephone an intercommunication :: ;
system which Initiates Four
i makes it the complete nerve

.;' center Most of of the the vessel.lower deck is I NERVE CENTER is for the all lever operations room. aboardthe Operator With to many manipulate levers the and dredge gauges and being its required equip. ENGLEWOOD Initiationof sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs f

taken up with motors, generators huge dredge controls the maneuver- ment, Taylor is assisted by radio and an In. new members in the Amer- Pete Gassaway, historian. IOOKflHEADr
I James L Taylor
and pumps. Next meeting will be held ,
of spuds and system. ican Legion Ladles Auxiliarytook
Power for the hoist motor, Ing of the craft, positioning Oct. 5.Venice.
driving the cutter, lifting theL anchors and advancing of the cutter head. place at the regular :::-..x7. -.::
sw meeting last week. They ';-

: anchors and controlling the Ing machine, and a triple sink were Mrs. Whiteford Barkley. Gardens 51
7 spuds emanates from the low. equipped with a garbage disposal Mrs. Earl Manley, Mrs Earl NOW!
Carr, and Mrs. John I. White.
er deck. There must also tx unit. A double boiler
the auxiliary coffee provides continuous Initiating officer was :Mrs Party Draws 250
power operate Ethel Gould READY ABLE WILLING ,
motors, lighting, galley coffee for the crew
Some 250 members of Ven
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Auxiliary business
around the clock. TO SERVE THE PUBLICL.
a and shop equipment, an meeting also included plans ice Gardens Recreation Center .
.r air conditioning unit. The engine The Dauntless Is
of the
and their attendedthe
for sale guests
a rummage to be
room is also equippedwith few dredges in existence that held in November. Center's potluck supper M. PROFFIT INS. AGENCY
( a six-ton, overhead, has completely air conditioned New Auxiliary officers for Friday. NEXT DOOR TO LAUREL P. O.
traveling crane. accommodations for the
All of the complicated ma crew. the coming year are: Mrs Musical entertainment was p, 0. Bo 24 Ph. 488-4313
Norman Coulon,
; president furnished Varela'aCombo
; by Steve
in of En-
I chinery charge. A trip was made in the run- Mrs. Clayton Rhodes, first and by Norm Brewer
gineman J. R. Crews.Accommodations
for the boat to Inspect the spoil area vice-president; Mrs. Roy and Bill Kelley, recreation director
being filled near the largerof Meehl, second vice-president; on the harmonica.
crew of 34 include staterooms and the Three Sisters Islands Mrs. William Herdman, secretary Norm and Hilda Brewer presented MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
mess room, lounge, gal
"1.- TS The black pipeline is supported ; Mrs. Louie Sheppard, a specialty dance
ley.The modern galley contains by float tanks and treasurer; Mrs Ralph Athey, number, AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER

a six-foot range, two ovens, i
y 30 cubic-foot freezer, a 37-
a cubic foot refrigerator, meat
i I grinder, food mixer, ice mak. rs 'ilJJUJsll1; l' eltllboulnew

/ ;
.., / y -.a S at Boat ClassesAt cars


M. S Flotilla

97 of the U. S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary, Englewood, held
its first safe boating class y
last week.

Registration of members
for the series of nine classeswas
I ..: carried out with a cumber
II of books and pamphletson
I II the subject being passedout
I to about 20 who attended
I II Commander William G
Hamor, Training Officer Dr
Robert R. McNary and Instructor
I Karl Shaver spoke w rr S
briefly on basic boating rules
safety on the water, and gave
DEPTH SOUNDINGS are made frequently as the dredge an outline of the subject to l 1
moves into waters varying from four to 12 feet. The 100.foot be covered In classes coverIng -
channel must be excavated to a minimum depth of nine the next two months. 'SS Chevrolet ImpoM Sport Sefan-with a roof lint til itt own
feet, at mean low tide. David Woods makes the soundings Englewood classes will be i
from a catwalk high/: above the cutter ladder at the prow ct conducted at the Englewood
the vessel. Savings & Loan Community
Following are the class
subjects and the schedule
I SMACK McDONALD'S dates: Introduction to Safe

I Boating, Sept. 21; Maneuver- It's '65's biggest, most beautiful change. There's striking new in the Impala series. And a more serene Jet-smooth ride that's
661 S. Tamiami Trail: Ph. 438-2373 Venice Fla. log, Sept. 28 Marlinspike
: Seamanship, Oct.; 12; Aids to styling. New length, width and lowness. A roomier new Body by rooted in a new Full Coil suspension system and Wide-Stance

'I! WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS 6 A.M. Navigation, Oct. 19; Charts Fisher housing an interior that's a knockout-with richer design. Fact is, if you overlook just one thing you can

TOMORROW OCTOBER 2nd and Compasses, Oct. 26: looking fabrics and new curved side windows. Also a m easily convince yourself you're onto a big expensive car

j SPECIALIZING IN Legal Rules of Responsibilities the Road, Nov., Nov IIi;, showpiece of an instrument panel with the look of walnut here And that one thing ii Its Chevrolet price.

'f.l 16; Safe Motor Boat Opera.
BROASTED CHICKEN DINNERS tion, Nov. 23; and First Aid
BROASTED (and examinations), Nov. 30.
t' Jj OF BEEF Anyone missing the first

Special Take Out Box Lunches several classes may still register
If up through the third

I meeting. r ANew

Dear Voters

II i


1, j
I y 2. PERSONS ARRESTED MAY APPEAR ONE TIME TO PLEAD GUILTY OR Cortafr/ Corn Sport Coupt-wUh new' higher powered" range of engses.




I SARY. TIME FOR THESE HEARINGS WILL BE 7:30: p, M. There's never been anything like it from either side of the Atlantic interiors. A flatter ride with a more solid feel stemming from ti

\ From the new top-of-the-Ime Corsa series to the Monzas and new independent suspension and
': i OF STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN PUNISHED FOR MISCONDUCT BY lowest priced BOO'i, there's new thin-line hardtop powered range of engines-with! up to 180 hp available

..1 ""J', SEVERELY DEALING WITH PERSONS FOUND GUILTY OF SUCH ASSAULTS. for all closed models. More length and width stylinmI 7 in the Corsas. How sporty can a car get? Your dealer'strance
',,1 and shoulder room in all models. got the Corvair that'll show

; LIFTING. S'ee 5 beautiful hape lor'6S-C1uf1rolet, Chevelle, Chevy, Cotratr& Corteltc-at your dealer

: CLARENCE .. .-

I i County Demoeratic'Candidate Judge Sarasota County DUNCAN CHEVROLET ;

N' (Paid Political AoverttMnwnt by, Above Gndidah! )

U.S. 41 and Englewood Rd. Venice Phone J06Z




The GONDOLIER, Venice. Fla. T1iurf; Ocf. f, 196".n I 1 u,
wood Post AuxIn t

fliI llf

I II .
Joint Meeting '

: II I .'

ENGLEWOOD-American part in the Legion's "Get Out
ieglon Post 278/ and the and Vote" program. Anyone
4 ri Ladies Auxiliary held their who does not have a way to
regular meetings for the first and from the voting polls will t;
time on the same night. The be provided transportation by 1 t t Y i ; $
. . ' 'I two groups met briefly before car 1
holding separate business Other business) Included appointment :
meetings Monday of last of Charles Yale as J;
week in the Legion Han on chairman of the Veterans' :
McCall Road Day ceremony program. Discussion -
Recent expansion of the continues on increasing I II
veterans' building allows this from two to four the Junior : I :
L' ? convenience as most of the class boys selected by 'i1 y y'y
M ,fie'', Auxiliary consists of Legion Venice and Lemon Bay
naires' wives The units will Schools to attend Boys' State
continue to meet on the same I at Tallahassee next year. h
nights first and third Mondays Steve Gwaltney and Carl Miller t Y A
I of each month. Jr., were this year's +
Post 278 membership renter choices.
was Increased as two transfers It was also announced that I
were accepted. They 40 Legionnaires and their
were Herbert A Horn, Deer wives attended the Community 'j 'f
r. Creek and Charles Campbell Presbyterian Church services \ '
of Virginia Court. Aug. 30 as part of the \, .
Cemetery Committee Chairman American Legion "Back to '.
'' John White announcedthat God" campaign in which veterans t
Ii-, 1'. eight lots in Englewood attend churches of various
Cemetery had been purchased demonlatlons on the fifth Hill and LaVerne Hicks Standing
for burial of members who, Sunday of a month. Next at- held its first meeting at the Presbyterian Ruthie Stanford Neeta Evenson, Janice Anderson t
RESCUE CRAFT Lifeguard DonI the authorization by City Council for instal- might be In serious financial tendance will be at St. Davids Church on Wednesday. Janice Christ- Diane Monahan and Becky Eland '
g demonstrate the city't newly ao lation of an emergency telephone in BredIng's difficulties Episcopal Church Broadway man, president pro tern .is shown conducting Mrs. Donald Losell is leader of the troop I' 'I I
Avenue Nov. 29.
lifeboat for rescue work at Venice cabana stand represent a giant step Legionnaire White also reported on a reading by the group Seated left to sponsored by the Community Presbyterian ,
Ipal beach to pert Pat Middlemlss of forward in safety at the beach undertaken Englewood on the accomplishmentof Scout Richard right are Wendolyn Hicks, Alys Arnall Church. I
Gardens Purchase of the boat and recently by the council. Walker in being accepted into

the Order of the Arrow, an Posse's Spree
I honorary society of the Boy I
Scouts of America.

I members Commander to take Haste an active urged I Slated Oct. 10The

Radio Station Sarasota County Sher t
iff's Posse will\ hold its third r
Pays TributeTo annual horse jamboree at the 1 4it
fairgrounds on Fruitvill
KiwaniansA Road Sarasota on Saturday,
Oct. 10.There.
tribute to the Venice Kl- will be post entries
wads Club was broadcast with a fee of $2 for working
from Radio Station WBRD, events, $4 for registered halt 5tr
At, of Bradcnton Wednesdaynoon er classes and $2.50 for non t
\ / while "Bill" Klimmer, registered halter classes.
an executive of the station Trophies and ribbons will be
t was demonstrating the new awarded.
FM Stereo Multiplex broadcasts The DeSoto County Preset.
to Us members tes will perform again this r rF !

Klimmer said the new typeof year. t H
broadcasting brings the Admission win be 50 cent!
true tone and clarity of for adults, 25 cents for children ( t I
sound into the home over the and preschool children
radio that has made stereo will be admitted without
\ records so popular. charge
a e Owners of FM radios can Call Tinker Morris phone 1 ; t

still get the programs over 924-4284, Sarasota for details .. .. ." . I
,s WBRD, the speaker explained I
+ BARBERSHOPPERS These eight men nesday in the Venice Gardens Recreation
r but a special receiver is are the nucleus of what they hope will be- Center. The new SPEBSQSA chapter will be I
stereo necessary tones to, pick although up the the Film ClassicsSeries come a South County chapter of the Societyfor open to all men In the South County Interested .
the Preservation and Encouragement of in barbershop singing The eight pictured I I
being broadcast
.. -. -, programs are Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America. are. from left, Rudy Cohen, Bob Johnson
simentaneously a .
UK I NEW MEMBERS were inducted into Earl Carr and Mrs. John I. White. Mrs two-channel beam. OpensOn Vocalizing sessions of the new group cur Wes Moore, Joe Williams, Dick Williams, ;
Lemon Bay American Legion Auxiliary Norman Coulon (right), Auxiliary president -.., rently are being held at 2 p.m. every Wed- Bill Moore Ralph Chase and Bill Kelley.
I Enjlewood during ceremonies last week. conducted the ceremony assisted by Mrs. 1 WednesdayThe
Mrs. Ernest Thelm, chaplain and Mrs. Ethel
e new members are, left to right
IIIt/ord/ Barkley Mrs. Earl Manley, Mrs. Gould, initiating officer. .. area's onlv outlet for
art films, Asolo Theater, has [ TTiTi

D. Tests arranged, announced a fall and this winter week series -,
Give G. E.
I School To 1 that includes masterpieces foreign,and whichgo domestic

back as far as 1920.
1 you happen to be one of administer the GED. Tests 1332 or visit the Community Past-Greats such as Charlie i
the week of October 8 School office at 1001 South \ Chaplin, Lillian Glsh, Richard r carxslI I
I hundreds of South Coun- Washington Blvd. I (1.1I
through 9.Anyone I Barthelmess and Buster Keat- ,
who did not complete It.I will be shown in their original ;" "
desiring to take the } .. ,. on
ulrementa for a high test must have a year's residence GOVERNORSOFTEN r films. The series opens is Me ir PS K _
ool diploma and find It In Florida be 20 years NOMINATED Wednesday and run through)
ATLANTIC CITY N. J. : Jan 27 with three showing! ,
and must
re difficult to obtain a POOD of age or older J
AP-In this century the each Wednesday at 2:30: 7 C
without one, the Sara have a credit in American ( ) T: IL' fakir ,4y I ,
nomination has Admission t
History and Government or presidential i and 9 pm. remains I A
Community School will an equilvalency test on been given 18 times to gov l.\, at 60 cents.
pass i iI
the subject.The ernors. All three third party Opener will be "From Hereto 4' ( i'
candidates strong enough to \ Eternity," 1953 Academy
five tests which take win electoral votes-Theodore Award winner. Chaplin's (,1 -m g I
approximately 10 hours to Roosevelt Robert LaFolletteand "The Gold Rush" will be +1
Wt-ter Problem* complete Include; Correct. J. Strom Thurmonwereformer PRIVATE BRUCE EVEN- shown Oct 14, followed on
ness of Expression, Interpretation governors SON son of Mr and Mrs. Oct.21 by "Way Down East,"
of Literary Materials, Of the 12 New York governors Robert Evenson, of Pine filmed In 1920 by W. D. Griffith ,
Interpretation of Social Study who have sought the Cove, Placida Road, Englewood with Lillian Gish and I'
nomination, nine has finished his basic Richard Barthelemess as '
General Mathematical presidential
Telephone Readings, have become candidates training at Ft Jackson S. stare ii \ ;
I Ability and Interpretations Four-Van Buren Clevelandand C He has been stationed at Other U. S. offerings will ; ::1, \
of Natural Science the two Rooeevelts-went Fort Eustis, Va., since Sept. be "Intolerance" and "The ,.

SEViSOI I If you desire additional information on to win election. Venice I. Bruce High graduated and started from his General," one of the last oc -......",., .
such as cost possibility A recent survey by the basic training June 13 I.. great starring silent Buster screen Keaton. SAFE BOATING class schedule for Engle- will be awarded to those who pass the final
of retake history examination Board of Conservationshows spent a 10-day leave with Flotilla 97 also is sponsoring a similar i
State Foreign films which have wood la outlined by Commander W. G. Hanor exams.
and such, call 958 that salt water sports his parents, In August. Up- won international awards and of Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 97. The course for residents of the North Port 'I': I
on return to camp he was held at the ,
fishermen spend nearly $256 acclaim will include one each course of instruction covers nine weekly sessions Charlotte area with classes being
million a year in pursuing assigned Aircraft and from India, Italy Ireland, over the next two months. Certificates Warm Wineral Springs Catholic Mission. l

their hobby. Helicopter Poland and Sweden, two from _. -......... -- --
WE POLICY OFFICE BUILDING I Japan, three from France, -
and three from England and

INSURANCE? ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION Great These Britain.are: "Two Daughters .
... ," "L'Aventura" "Play- IIAIrVlSONLYIvIu
boy of the Western World
j "" Yes sir "Ashes and Diamonds," HALF OF
1' .
-II MAINTENANCE "Smiles of a Summer Night. II I I
"Throne of Blood," "The
Call me today for LIGHTING SUPPLIES Bailiff (Sansho Dayn)," "Ger- '
valse, "Les Dames Du
the Personal Touchof De Boulogne" "Inspector
Tailored ProtectionROSS ANDERSON ELECTRIC, Inc. Malgret" "Loneliness of the
Long Distance Runner," 1t I
Site & Cockrill Streets Phone 4886794 "Sparrows Can't" Sing," and TOO! j :,'
"Green Man.
1 (HI\
l _--'.-. '006<" ,vrx-"""" -,1 ;
'1fT 1 9_ 1 i, 1
k{ National Auto Sales Before you pick your car, pick the best Auto i'' .

I Loan from u. . you'll be glad you did. We h''[ .

One Mile South of Shopping Center CONVENIENCE : \ e "




I 50 GALLONS OF GASOLINEand Serv/'ce/ It Faff, Covrfeoot, Confidential I II
I 'G


416 Mahon Dr. TO THE CAR YOU SELECT -'-, m HUM* TH gyp' mar,a tuna ii' ,i ;

inlet Ph. 488.2441 nasT nnTionfliffiennH OF UEIUCEnwei I e e/

National Auto SalesA aauw .. ,
1'01II1IOfI1oOW1IIO lAM t tF tI
eAato-Owners ...



The GONDOLIER Vontco. Fl.. Tliurt., Oe, 7, 1964
9 _


=Octokr 1 TIn 3


[ VENICE Cigarettes Baby Food Beans"CMTH8D7Y 10e

s, I STORE Plain[ Flhor or KbfSlio
: $--59 $ 63 Regular
\, ... ;I II ONLY .. Cta. ..c... Jar 8e Juice 43hl.IOO



: "The Happiest Way To Christmas Shopping'I I I E vsrA"PS

Qr..atftr RTgr.b R.-nI
1 "Be.F3 p $139 TOPVALUE
a..v.u n oa+
I : 4 Mar-crest Grd.BeefJIf Wr IXI[ A YWW rwK STAMPS

'I OLD FASHION MILD CHEDDAR : ,4 10 Cap MI AitoiMtit Electric Porcohtor '
'; Cheese Ia. 59c COFFEE MAKER \
I Regular $699
Cheese M 53c ;
E I L Cheese 3 oL Pka 35e do Coupon. ASSORTED COLORS SCOTT Franks. .- 37c
PIllSBURY OR BALLARMBiscuits Worth$1Frolr $ 99
43: eL Cw 39e BooUot YM l lRocoivod Tissue R... Rei 10 SQUARI
Shoulder Roast *. 39c
\;. SAVEUe-ASTOR SAVE 22e-THRIFTY MAID SMALL Beons 303 CM lOc Lamb Chops *. 49c
t!; 48ei. 303 BAR C BRANDSmoked
f./ Oil ft Limit OM 49c S wee IP ens. 7 e'M $100 Sausage *. 39c

s !! 'sll 460z.c.. 6oz. ; I Sliced Bologna I ""PIt.- 39c C
;v. Juice . 5 Umlt FIfO $JOO Pane 10 (aM $100 TARNOW CHIP

2'' '! .. i Beef or Ham 31h.z.Pk. 35c
I 1'4 B eels. 10 303 CmiLimit TM $00 Catsup I IokOlci 7 It 51 FRYER PARTS

c I .:&- ..... r .,........UInI!!! --. -,. ,-' .
.. Breast With Ribs 59t
;, ": Beans 7 l: $1 00 Tissue. I 40$100
U ..... Drumsticks *. 49c

f t j' SAVf Se-THRIFTY; MAir MEET SAVE lOc-ALL FLAVORS cRACKIN'GOD. I I E7'r Fryer Thighs B>. 49c

Iif r Potatoes 5 No.2Vi C $1 00 Jumbo Pies I 18oLPka Limit Two Z9c TOPMVALUESTMAMPS SlngUton Frox.Brd.Cxtptii Fryer Wings . . *. 33c

shdmp ;kw 99 Fryer Gizzards .. 29c
Volld The a4iwW. t
e r8K .t iw 'J"* Ji233 BE >fc- ',** !* *Vr
y'Y mffffiffffmi fflfffm CTK iMitJit tt
s T i ttiiii 11 < i ai i.>TLljraiit: y NY WINN DINI! A KWIK fNX
Limit Ono Your Choke With$S or Moro Order limit Ooo Your hole With $5 or Moro Order DEEP SOUTH

.I .. MAXWELL HOUSE "Et SUcoR! I SHRIMP P'nul Buller

I P..... Ib. Bag 20 oz. 2-Ib. Jar 5 geI
I \. Pow 5 ge C. 49c 5 SAVE 20tc 3 ge Pk 9. 9 ge SAVE 16c

i** >* WMkU 1KW>i; >*fta V CC.. ifrB&NHEis&Bts

< iMiiflf) i iwrtw W wiM ttMia ir llWBSfflS ,J'::: Kr,:* ';**
Limit OM Yow choke With $5 or Moro Order DEEP SOUTHMcayomncuse

', I : DetergentARROW piiiiS' ChekDrlnks

\I!' i i;' j I (GL Pkg. 3 ge 3 No.2'/2Can Limit'Three $I 00 32 limit oz.Ono Jar 29 e 15 12 01. Cans $$100 I

;I t SAVE 20c SAVE 23c SAVE 20c limit Fihooa

I &'3 & WWMfi &mr ':w' '' '''M


TOP VALUE STAMPS Delight. 3i2- ..$loo :IRISH :MQ&uei
Witll MpoiMO* PtrdIuo of
Cream Pies 3 f. $100 i i i
". I lIpples

No. Y.a Fries. 3 =.....$100
e e
4 $100 Pound
) "tl f Astor FrozenVEGETABLES Green Giant FrozenVEGETABLES 5 Bag 3ge

------ ( Com .
4 Blue Boy chop Broccoli C Croo Pen $ 00 I in i tutPotatoes Potatoes 4 IM. 49t
Tuna !4N 1 CAM$100Cwpwi Pen i Grrob 99 Com I IV .
V VoM Tkn Oct.1iT 5 Pkgs. jp. A i i i SWEET JUICY REDTokay .

1 L ; I = DIXIE DARLING PLASTIC 10 49 Grapes2-29'
';, I,-:;;;;;-a 16.L 19c Dish Pans FANCY
.." ell":59c ..:::".? 69c FAMILY LOAF Loaf Laundry Baskets c.a. 4 9 e Yellow 9C'
Onions 3
, Tkra Octohw tAT IW UI' Tub&Pails -
j I+ I i ANY:;'NN BIXH OH HWIK CHKCWM Bread 2I loeru 43c Utility

.I ---- -www-- .raww urw- -.rmiw r.ww- -----
Cook Quick Fro lrel. Bordon'i Gln.tIe Stal"S"I' SwMNToit liquid Twle Pole CrackJn'00tcI
y 1 { V..St.79c. RlzorIW.. '.tr 89 SlTMtMT $1i9 59c
Potato Glee
.j *V.U...M...0....tBlXlf CWFM SUrlK. .cclw.'",S.0.69..... I i AT ANY W'NN' Ot HWIIT tHF: AT> ANY WINM,BIXII OIC WIK rHrJ AT ANY WIMN'XI'' 01 JW1IC IHPIC AT ANY W1NN' omit 01 ICW1IC CHJ'If ( AT W 1m n IC



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The GONDOLIER, Venice? Fla. ",un., Ocf T, 1964-15


IoDI.t ] I Kids Say Nix On Frequent Moves ;:i I (II' .,::1I

;LASSIFIED CASH RATES ADS I I Rentals Help Wanted I I-Instruction : I,'' j

4 ROOM DUPLEX, J bedrooms FULL OR PART-TIME dance A dOaQ I

screened-ln porch. teachers needed. Training ,
12.Word MinimumONE .
: Seasonal. Robert Bay Drive, available. Apply 1233 Gulf- ''I \
INSERTION8e I Nokomis. Phone 488-1333. stream Ave., Sarasota lessons for beginnersand r'' MOVINE ,I
advanced, by qualified f
ON THE CH Cues' REAL ESTATE teachers Call 488-1497 1214 :
Per Word OFFICE a ., '"I' '
: Key, 1 and 2 bedroom wants licensed Real Estate Mango Ave., Venice. m 'I I a I

apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 Salesman. Reply REB, P. O. I I;'

AND THURSDAY and 1200. Call Don Heath, Box 748.MAN "
SUNDAY 488-2181 or 468-6688. Legal i
OVER 24, vacancy in I
70e: EachSc TRAILER WITH CABANA. Charlotte County or Venice j II

carport, screened for Rawlelgh dealer. Full i
Each Additional Word until Dee let Dell Goodhart, time preferred. Will consider 1M AND FOR IARA80T COUNTY MO IN.awJ''A I" ,
Padua Court. Rt. 2, Nokomis ambitious part-timer. Many : IN RKi mt .. of
now $3 hour and JAMES DUNBAR CABS, 1'j,
I4tdo.Fat $....,..ha I:.hart* -* of III II -Mute i 1 & 2 BEDROOM houses .. : up. See G. A. Roberts, 1221 I Dnaaaat. Cue No. 1711. ,

a Sm f r "r.,iMarttoa.. M taiita aartlor I ly furnished. Walking dis I 14th St.. Sarasota or write NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
Y. far .eh therrtr. tance to beach. Utilities In TO ALL PERSONS AND CREDITORS / I
Rawlelgh, FA 1583 1170
Ie If ,
... tor M if tha GNd"ollar. P. O. : eluded. Fishing and boating. Memphis Tenn.Situations. ESTATE:!
.y .....bac to ....". ta IM.UW Yearly or seasonal 488.5127. notlflad >nl Nanlraa' to Draaant anrlna i
'I < and damanda whits rou, oriUi.r : II
Wanted of rov, may hava iralniit theE.ts4
DISPLAY : ROOM: with bath ex. of JAMES DUNBAR CAS8.
CLASSIFIED cellent neighborhood. Phone late ol .aid Countr, lo th. hr'I
LADY Experienced in meet Nmeubi\. John T, Graham. County .
Out Edition, per Inch ? $3.0C 488-3883. I ing and dealing with public, Judf. or Saruota, Countr, Florid., athla
Inch. ,$3.50 offloa In th. court holua of aald
Both Edition, per FURNISHED 3 supervising personnel, handling 8.Cou.II'', Florid, within aU
Rooms bath. mhnd.r 1mm the d.v of the
Yearly rate, $65. Menendez' correspondence, typing<<, lint publl'lon .1 thle ..11... EmS I
ADS Apts desires position. P. O. Box olollft nr de..d. ...11 .he I. wrltin4 .
LINER 517 Menendez. Phone 993, Venice I. dupllmb, .nd ...11 1tI. Ute plumof I II
I .... .
$1.30 Per Inch 488-3012. I of the, Id.claimant and. ..Boot.U .ba!flea aeoompanlad addnaa By EUGENE GILBERT, like the idea of meeting new different types of f
EXPERIENCED SECRETARY hicbdl. faa of and President, Gilbert Youth friends, but have to admit This has helped me I ;
.. a76 thAt I 1
ATTRACTIVELY Furnished I desires position. Canu ( mar and this
ex. .ba aadiM. to the amount at tha alalm Besesrch, Inc. that leaving old friends is my thinking, '
CANCELLATION or duplex. Block from schools perienced in office procedures I and ahall ba ...... to br the ... hard." range of thought has I'
It hag been laid
and stores Open beam cell. ant, bla hla many
wont or
meeting public, supervisory :::emli ed me In school. !
A 17-year-old from
ADJUSTMENT tog Cove lighting. Distinctive inch .lain or damand times that America Is a mobile boy
1 ; legal Insurance and boll bo. Told Pa. Moving seemingly has
nation But if this be adventure Washington Denny ,
design. 1 bedroom side WYLLTS
.quests for cancellation . $75 bonding experience short 0 CABS. Stein said that moving of an effect on a -
Aa Aitmlnlitrator eta, of lie peonle IIl'en'tlure
or idjustment became of error monthly; 2 bedroom aide $85 hand and typing. Telephone teet Will ..d T..m.n' of they young like the Idea. "breaks \ip friends, neighbors social life than on his work (
monthly. Good soft water. For lAMES DUNBAH CABS) ,
VeniceBusiness school, Kathleen
488-2541. .
made Thund.yGONDOLIER
"mutt, be appointment -.... We began a survey of 1,171 services and conveniences
BEFORE 5 p.mon A. BradfoH. Smith boys and girls by asking howmany that one is used to," 15, of Tacoma, Wash, i
924-9952 after 5 p.m. Personals _.. it Mondev. For Sunday GONDOLIER tit Wort Miami A time they could remember then added: "Also the iJ
5 I ads. 11.,.......... .......,. p.)*..,. I Vela Florida.Attonwn their families move'change in schools especially boost to say the least.
p.m. on Volaa, S Mr. ..'...i..... III.OWMT BOOKKEEPING Income for the State.Publlihl when In senior high did 18-year-old Daphne
Thursday. LOU JACOBS. 4BI-ISIT Tax, State-Federal Wage I' fept IT, 14, Oat I. *. 1M4. ing.membered Seventeen moving per from cent one re [school,you're can affect a student's! mon, of Louisville, Ky. :t
Reports Personal Typing, said it definitely
Phone 488-3125 to four times. And 13 per cent ,rade.."
FURNISHED APARTMENTS your home Champion typist. her social life because
1M TIll!! COUNTY I IIt's
JUDGE'S: COURT moved more than four times .
J reasonable. Walk to beach 30 years experience. NominalFee IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. Most of the other teenagers have an easy time
Lots For Sale and hopping. Call 4883447. Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 FLORIDA, IN PROBATE the parents who generally didn't think changing new friends" I
irr Mi ESTATE OF make the decisions about
Evenings. 474-2569. Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla. STEWART B. SEAMAN, schools had any effect on Angela Blanche 18,
GENEVA HEIGHTS corner Phone 488-5254. D TM>ed. Probata Plb, No.' fill a change of scenery. their progress. In fact 18- Brooklyn N. Y., tS
tank, well NOTICE TO CREDITORS about the youngsters? Did Ward of West-
60x120. Septlo Linda
Wanted To Rent TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS year-old that moving left a void in
and electric. Phone 4882774. Dressmaking, alterations, HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS: they enjoy moving Forty. over Air Force Base, Ma s.,
draperies etc. Reasonable. AGAINST., SAID ESTATE five per cent said no. Forty. had a different opinion. She /'
VKNtCt DKSIDENtC LOTS 1 BEDROOM Apartment or 418-1130 to Yon fll. barebr addl.4.ednq.: sImS three per cent said yes. The "Because have
claim demand which explained: we
anr or MM
VENICS BUSINESS SITESfiwmn. small house, furnished. By mar h... ...I..t th. E>t.t. af Suw. others exprensed no opinion SAVE MONEYNOW
lot I have had the
IOIT IATOBH. 4.. mt middle-aged couple. By Oct. art B. Siaman, D......... late of S... either But it was significant moved a ,
iota Coontr. Florid. In the offlaa of way opportunity to attend many
8 for 3 months or longer SHEPARDLUMBER JOHN T. GRAHAM, Saraaota: that 62 per cent saidthey'd IS THE TIME-Enclose that porch. We match "
Real Estate Write S. S., Box 746, Venice. Count Judn, m th. Countr Court like to stay put at their
CO. Houa.. at Saraaota. Florida: within al< present windows. We make screen repairs.NO "
calendar month, from th. data. of tha present addresses. your
BEDROOM HOME near Misc. For Sale tint publication of thla Notl_ '
I The loss of old friends was AVAILABLE
1003 N. Washington Blvd. Each: lam! w dnnand mut ... In MOVEDGULF DOWN PAYMENT-TERMS
stores and play.
schools, and In duplicate! lhall I atata the prime reasons for the I'
ground Rent only $75 mo. WILL SELL WORLD BOOK Sarasota :h.:1: plaaa 1 ot raildmea and port offlcaaddraM young people's dislike of a ALL BRAND WINDOW COMPANYNOW

Sell low down payment. Ph. Encyclopedia for $80. Per. call ....m to of br tha tha Claimant Claimant, hla, change of residence. Oddly
4881231. feet condition. 488.8130.fHYEAROLD or his .uo...,, ...11 .ba BMompanM. enough the opposite reason I 'LOOK' WINDOW DISTRIBUTOR
br a $Lta anr nich TAILORSFROM I
claim or d : neM "t.. iball ba was given by those who didn'tmind
LAUREL POST OFFICE 7 Black Mare. for MIA' Th. fill. fna mar b. addxd to moving: they liked the THE ARCADE 1724 So. Trail X From Van. Gdn Venice, FIs. t
Property consisting of Complete with new saddle, ROOF TRUSSES th. amount of .Irilm' and cl.lm form', 1
mar .ba obtalnid ;Ira. the Countr Idea of meeting new frle..ds to Call 488.1824
additional lot bridle
and and blanket. Ph.
building $250. Alum. Windows & Doon. Iud... Ira.MARY as well as seeing new places. I
Sutherland Broker. (88-3085. CULLEN SEAMAN:
Call Ward L M. Promt Phone 48143H Contract Roofing & Painting .. Flwtrlx of tha E.UI.of John Galles, 17, of Michigan 231 W. MIAMI i
488-4883. 1 24" CRAFTSMAN riding Phone 488-2132 Venice Stewart E.:' Saamaa, City, Mich., was tom between AVENUE ,

; mower. A-l condition $90. 1 -- Anent,, Blair and Dean, those two theories but finally VENICE COINS
I Houses For Sale I" Craftsman HDy. Jointer TYPEWRITERS and Adding tat N_.a 8...... decided that he enjoyed mov. Just Watt of Rswlei J

with U H.P. motor and stand, Machines (mechanically operated Venloe Sept.' Florida.Publbhl U, Oct. 1. I. 11, IM4. ing. He put it this way: "I HAS MOVED TO ,

| VENICE GARDENS 2 bedrooms OS. Dial 4884071. ) Chemically cleaned, 310 West Venice Avenue 1

Hi baths, paneled Pianos_ like Darts new.if required.Just $1290 All makes plus DAVIS VINYL CRETE VENICE'S ONLY COIN SHOP

I Florida room cathedral( ceilllnfi Stelnway Knabe Everett
Venice Stationers 211 W WE BUY COINS
central heat. Available; George Steck Winter Cable. I commercial- building with
Venice Ave. 4886113. LEE'SPOWER Let vi spray your resfrfonce or \
I request 4885397.
upon Nelson Fayette S. Cable DURABLE VINYL CRETE COATING.
| NEW 3 BEDROOM House.
Musette Players order. Overnight sen-Ice. EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLSNO
Alrconditloned 13 Yean In Sarasota County.
Pianola Players Office personal, pocket or
I room on Groveland Ave., -org3n_ stock. 488-l"'i2. JOB TOO SMALL VENICE'S ONLY FULL-TIME HEARING SERVICE
I East Venice. Easy terms. Ph.J .
Allen Lowrer We offer Me tame satisfactory service as we did while11 CALL 488-1880
Nelson, 488-2307.
COMPLETE SELECTION OF Autos For Sale the roofing cvimtis//

furnished duplex 1 and 2 AND FULLY GUARAN. FOR SALE 1949 DODGE. () LESTER DAVIS OWNERP. "I

bedroom beam TEED PIANOS AND $75.00. Phone 488-3597 after :
units. Open SHADES
ceiling. Cove lighting Par. ORGANS 1:00: p.m. : LEE O. Box 3J3. Nokomis Ph. 488-4174- EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP "

quet floors. Many built-in FROM $129 1958 RAMBLER Station Wagon w SEZ t EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
features. Distinctive design. 'Florida's Largest Mum'1' Co.
(in fine condition Priced I i TRADITIONAL
Ideal location, one block from CANNON MU !IC CO. lor quick sale. $395. Phone WOLFER MOTORS Inc. '

schools and stores. Owner 1301 lit St., 4883391. I FOR RAMBLER DODGEMS Let w style your favorite vase t
sacrificing $5.000 equity. Can OPP. Florida, Theatre S. Tamtam! Trail 488-3965-488-6150 or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. \

be yours for $1,000 down take Open Thur. &; Frl. till\ 9 pm. Used Trucks i SPECIALIST IN .
ever payments. Call collect I Phone .58-1019 t RewIring yang

Sarasota 924-9952 for appointment '62 INTERNATIONAL ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake All Lamp Repairs
after all SINGER ZIO ZAG THE Lubricate Chasiii
5 week days tractor. New tires & Paint. RepairFront and
day Saturday and Sunday.BY I Sews like new. Buttonhole Perfect. $3595 West Coast S End Alignment Oil Change Work by Experienced Designer

Sews on buttons, monograms, Truck Sales, 3450 No. Wash. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beam. Craftsmen
OWNER, 2 Bedroom, l1% Small balanceor
fancy stitches.
i Blvd. Sarasota. (Rt. : Electrical: RepairsEngine '
ington Wheel Balancing
like new, furnished $821 per month Write THE LAMPLIGHTER
North). Standard
er IInturnl hed. Sacrifice 905 USC, Box 748 Venice. BEST Overhaul Any Automatic or /

Cypress, Edgewood Section. Sale 0 Radio Repair Transmission Repair 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA
Boats For
EXPERT HAIR STYLING Alrconditionlng Repatn and Involution \
MOVING will sacrifice a Instruction In Sarasota's IT'S . I H
138,000 luxury home for $29- newest and finest school. 24' CHIS CRAFT Cabin Cruls- I I I

750. Good financing 2 bed. Basic and advanced courses. er. Ship-to-shore radio. LARGER
rooms. 2144 bathe Beautiful Carroll's Beauty School, 2828 Depth finder Marine head. DISTINCTIVE

city lot with view of the Gulf N. Tamlaml Tr., U. S. *1 and Double planked Mahogany

Husband passed away. WidOW 27th St., Saraaota. Phone hull $1.700. Call Venice 488- Real I Estate Corner :
will sell centrally located 3556844. 5455 or see at Tarpon Center _
2 Marina.
bedroom, 2 bath home way
below value. Walking distanceto FUEL OIL TANKS, stands
shopping center $11,750. Fuel oil deliveries. S&H LegalrLORlDA.IN Iir

2 Bedroom furnished home Green Stamps Standard I

Sust off Harbor Drive $17.500. Heating Service. Across from I INTAHN COUNTY JUDua COURT Nom' GULF SHORES It's A Honey

2 Bedrooms, fireplace, fire station. 4884052APACHE. PROBATB I
Beach privileges, low taxes, fiIll1Li'HTRF.8HEII, Close to Golf Coune & Beach, 2 dr.oom.2 bath, INVESTMENT DUPLEX t I
",500. I _..oct. Pb. FIle No.-
heat and air, conditioning. Fireplace,
J bedroom home, central World's best built best TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. electric kitchen with di5hw.shar. and disposal, screened Lite New 2 I B.R. Units I Furnished large I
water eoNs HAVING
sewer, curb and tut- trailer. ESTATE ... Fruit Shrubbery. $2.850.00 Down, Tale over I
ter $400 selling camper HANDS AGAINST SAID porch, nice landtcaplng and fruit tr. Lot -
down, easy monthly demonstrator sale You .r. aarrtr notified and i
Payments, $1J,500. Special lulrad. to nl..f .l.lm or drninndwhich payments, $73.00 month.
21" RO I'ARY BUY AT $14,900
BYRON now going on. Little money } Ton ..., ha aialn.1tin Eau A GOOD
MARKLE. Realtor, bank pay. lat. of Th.lma H. Trwhw, DamaNl,
Phone 488-4708 down and lata of BaranoU Count* IR1'1A In 3 h.p. GULF REALTY
I U..COm: of Hon. JOHN 4'. FRANK C. RAEBURN 9

I BEDROOMS, 2 Bath air- ments.CAMPER'S WORLD 11.._,. H.eo.. al,..l.d.........I.PArld tho G.RtrC. .I.h. 30" COMET REALTOR WM. P. TOOLE, Reg. Broker

'conditioned C.B. House : 100 N. Washington Blvd .1 In .Ix...aatadarEach fin'/! p.bU..U.....n.ho. of...hle". the N.U.d.-. 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-488-2649 216 S. Tamlaml Tr Ph. Day 4884733, Nit. 488.5836
Venice Gardena: Phone Mall Bros.) atalm or"d.mand' ii,t .a"l1.I 6 hpo I
1718 1 week days and before e (Opp. -Tlllnc, and In miplleataj hall I atatatha
.. and
Sarasota pt
pie." at pffteatMrmt
p m.i Weekends and. after 8. at the Claimant. ., .hlomp.a"Idthe,. lhall ba. 27" SNAPPER 2 BEDROOM HOME, INTERESTED? ;
wlTTO.K .
TrI-Counfy Equipment Co swan..btheslli, .., 6 hp. ROAD Block Beach Furnish. Air Conditioned I
alab II.71 (Him -.. and an alalra: CITY OF VENICE ALHAMBRA 1/2 to -
Y ; U"'" W"< Saaaraaa, Prinar :. tonaiid ,:an flld .t.W b. Lot Paved St.
21l': :; VcKiniid. Dandr., BELL RD. SARASOTA, FLA. Th. flllM faa ma .ha addH to the formerly 2 Bedroom, 2-Bathi, Den could be used for Bedroom, Large ,
JACOBS. 4HS-HST .mount ef skim, and alalm
955-5705 mar .ba nfctam.4 from the CouatrRxMutor HAROLD'S Kitchen, Built-in Stove, Oil''' Heat. Air Conditioner Swim- $7950.00 Screened Patio Sewer'd room i
BEDROOM, CB Home This' wish specia/l/ on Judi.'. .fll. has Electric ,
$475.00 HARRY A YAIIG1IR, Mower t Bicycle Service ming Pool with Hot and Cold Water. Garage l I Bath Dwelling'

gage Can down 488-S587 assume after mort-I'URNlSHEDUnfurolshed Hydraulic Jack Repair .fit Tholm. H. T.of.tha..,Eitota DIRECTLY BEHIND THC Eye. Large Patio, Tarrano Floor, Tile Roof. Carpeting, KERMIT L- Well For Garden and Yard i"'

!:!!t. To loan Attonari. Harrr A. Tanar, NOKOMIS POST OFFICl I Draper, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Dryer and Ironer. All MICKLETHVYAITREALTOR 541 Shamrock: Blvd. 1 i I

Monay Boa are Ph. 483-3975 for 830,000.00.Owner will carry mortgage-Terms. TOTAL PRICE $12,700 I' ,
Rental BUSINESS OR PROPERTYLoans. P.alU.VSitl! I. II,_ It 1961. MARTIN S. STANCIK Realtor H. N. WIMMERS i ;

2 Unlimited funds 801 Laquna Drive REALTOR I
Phone 488-544 j "
Bedroom house and apart- available. Personal appointment Ruberold Approved 488-4621 221 W. Miami 488-BT08
M. BOX Barrett Approved ;
pent On the water. Dockage. arranged. S. ,' IJI 1+

P ne 488 748 1
1838, 488_ 439. :

r GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION ushi i1lH1Tt. '5I YU' INTERESTED I ? Lge. Cottage, Sc. Pch., Lots of Outside Room $65 me. ,, ,

'6 ''S S[ L !* ND Fruit Stand Good 36.24 Bldg., Parking ..,...$75 me. I T

H'. N. Wlmmtjrs I Realtor I Mice. 2-BR Furnished Duplex .. . ", . .. . $75 mo. (

Member Chamber of Commerce Large, Furnished 3-BR from January to April. 1 P


Heating and Air Conditioning JOHN C. BENNETT Agent for Western Union Telegraph HAZEL I. CONN t t j I

Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I t i
Heating/ & Air Conditioning Installations Complete Roofing Contractor REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER

Gas Wafer HeatersFree I SPRAY COATING CLOSED SUNDAYS GALE R. DUNN. Associate: 'I a

Ranges Tamiaml Trail-North of Albee Rdv Nokomls, Fie.Phones 711 ,
ertlwete I On Tile, Asbestos: and HELP KEEP
Smsl, Ph 488.5913 : Bus. 488-3242 R... 488-5994 j
No ,Job Too Big or Teo Nokomis. Fla. j
263 So Trait. isms Ph. 488-2.7I .,'

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16-a GONDOLIER, Venice, Ft.. (niU".. Oct. I I. 1964Dave's Charm
School u. S. Air Force

Starts HereFor Lists CoursesSergeant

Diatribe a really lovelier YOU, Chuck Riley of
t Mrs Myrtle Byron Llebel is the Air Force Recruiting Office
now accepting registrationsfor 45 South Pineapple Ave..
By DUFFY LEWIS a Modeling and Charm Sarasota, announced that op-
School which she will conductin portunity is unlimited In the
z I Good exploring can start at< How many years of clam FOOD, as proclaimed on the her studio in the Gulf electronics, missile opera
\ your own front door. Still Dee bakes they must have held bumper tag of our car. (CP.S. Theater Building on West tions, Intelligence, weatherand i
}i'' and Dee (Doris and Dave there! And how did they eat we are not part owners 01 Venice Avenue. engineering fields, learning '
alias "Duffy") went hopping the conchs, raw or cooked* either fish house). "This" is a wonderful opportunity the technology of tomorrow
north this past summer, using That we would like to know Down the bay we three voyageurs "for, Mrs. Llebel explained vital aerospace skills.
air-lifts on a half dozen different Perhaps the Smithsonian can went this week, with every young girl in There are more than 40
the to take
area a short
y : aeroplanes. We landed tell us some day while
some stops Cap' George course in make-up, hair styling possible career fields and a
on the same old fields (with went down into the "engir
When we took Dee Jr. In ; corrective exercises to chance: to complete a college
I. the exception that Idlewild our nine.foot excursion boat, room" of his open boat to Improve posture with a high education while in the Air
f has now become Kennedy), up the bayou in the centre of! patch up the veteran engine light of the 'Do's and Don't' Force. The Air Force offers
though Dee Jr. had never be- Thornton's Island just across that sheared off its shaft key of current fashion" unique opportunities to apply
i fore skimmed across Boston Lemon from front and many substitute nail replacements -
Bay our The purpose of the courseIs your special skills and know- r
I Harbor for a landing In Newt door, she loved the peaceful Which all lave to prepare students for edge to the challenging problems -
: England. It was fun to visit time to look
undisturbed scenery. Green up more good
photographic modeling, as of the Aerospace Age.
kinfolk and klnlaws, on
camp mangroves on either bank ol around well as beauty contest and Sergeant Riley will be at
the old grounds and to see Interesting the long, natural canal, ever When leave Pass
you fashion modeling If you haveno the Venice Post Office each
: places we had mUsed walking with their root-toes In you have a long ride inside Interest in any of these . Thursday morning from, 9 to
: on previous trips Put-In- the water, fish jumping all before you come to another It's just good fun to improveyour lam. <-
: Bay became a vivid picture In around in this spawning haven pass to the Gulf. Long gone Is and
Dee Sr's. memory gallery, graceful wood ibis in the Knight's Pass that separated appearance your TWO WORDS SUGGEST A LONG STORYas fishing or pleasure boating, the craft
while little Dee hung ine of sky the sound of the nearby Thornton's Island from Palm posture.The classes will be conduct. The Religious Society of they identify an abandoned cruiser, The jacked up on oil drums and left to the .
Cambridge in hers.Yet Gulf and an kingfisher Gone too is Bocilla, the pass ed by Mrs. Leibel who will be friends, commonly called name invites a picture of a family discussion of the elements Present value of the -I
;i there Is so much loft with bold eye who kept between Palm and Don Pedro assisted by guest instructor. Quakers, was started in 1852 in which the purchase of the boat won sleek cruiser probably wouldn't I
'to explore in our adopted ahead from tree to tree while Keys, as well as Little :3as Call 488.2383 or visit the Byron by> the Englishman, George out over a new fur coat. However as so Mama with. mink bikini, nowl i
state of Florida. Nor is it any :he invited us on (or ordered parilla Pass that cut between Dance Studio. I Fox. often happens following the first flush of ,
p too soon if you want to see us back) with his sharp"Cracketycrackcrack" the last two in the string
some of the old landmark which has now become one A recent survey of salt water Electronic phones will pen
y : before the bulldozer of progress Dismayed at the thought long island from Stump to sports fishing shows that mlt two persons talking to

}F v pushes them into the that we had never, in all Big Gasparilla Pass. Florida anglers have 144,000 punch a special number then
oubliette of no return. The these years here, been farther -I' Gone now, to accommodate boats in Gulf and Atlantic the number of a third 1
I word has always Intrigued us south by boat than Kettle the inland waterway, are the waters and spend over 10 mil person,
with its picture and definition and bring the third person into
7 Harbor, we enlisted the helpof bridges at Palm Island lion fisherman day. a yearat -
: :,' : "OUBLIETTE, Secret good neighbor George Alston where manager Chuck Zab- ti q' t >dawo + the sport. the conversation.
dungeon with only trapdoor who has three more cylinders riskie has just bought a twin
I entrance at the top (OBLIVION in his marine engine screw amphibian to cross the -
)." We can imagine oIntl than In our 3hp job. So awaywe water to mainland for a ride
1 I I. unwelcome guest admiring a went for a whole] day In roadway to town and o.t
rare tapestry as he sinned a which to learn many things! Don Pedro to Cape Haze de- Attention Drivers!
goblet of Chateau Medici Our waters are full of flipping velopment, where they must
tl I : when the trap was sprung for mullet (newly named
I use boats to get to bathe on
I J the long fall to oblivion. 'lisa") this season and we their beautiful beach.
I r Not far from our front door learned that the silver mullet Brldgetender! Crotts answered -
there is one of the few remaining come in from the Gulf of a question that has is OCTOBERYOUR
I Indian mounds. We Mexico where as the black bothered us ever since that ,rea.lkST4:1i
i don't pinpoint Its location or (gray) ones live in the bays fine, new drawbridge was
there will be despoilers tunneling and creeks. These ,
tasty non- built. Why does he collect the
j a into it for treasure, predatory fish are the life of toll both going over to Boca BIRTH MONTH?
?" posing as archaeologists the fishing industry and the Grande and coming back instead -
They did recently on Big livelihood of its commercial of in one timesavingclip ;
.t r Mound Key, until owner William ]- 'I fishermen who have no other ? Pleasantly he reminded If SO check driver's
i r;' H. Vanderbilt had their means of support. OUR us that the deepsea Port of please your
I : plundering stopped and the TOWN is lucky to have a neat Boca Grande gets ships from
d Indian relics saved for real retail fishmarket in its north all over the world, license. It may need renewal. .
I'' archaeoloicalstudy. ern end and another attract- both customs and Immigration -
: ; ( At that, our nearby mound ive one about to open on officers there. Thus
'!. .1'' Is only a small piece of one, Beach Road. It t is not as you would firs
4 (!; the rest, we heard, having Perhaps the word "attrac think, that everything and JOHN T. GRAHAM
.. :i been shovelled up to make tive" will raise eyebrows of everybody going to Big Gas :
f part of Route 77 when that land-locked Immigrants to our parilla must come back by
I road was built some years salty shores but rememberthat the bridge. Sarasota County Judge
'I jt ago Fulton Fish Market was We've digressed so far in
I There is still an Interesting the first Manahattan stop of this saga that we're :only] -
high pile of conch shells, each Bobby Kennedy War on down to-the Seaboard Airline -
one with a hole whacked in luscious Lisa ; votes trestle with its twin draws
its side to get the_meat out. for EAT FLORIDA SEA- while our story Is running too

EXPERIENCED MECHANICS I long miles for above Poppa Boca Ed.Grande's A few ?aaJi lA ?te E e r

Member Chamber of Commerce seagoing pass we saw the ,
\ dredge, just Inside Jewfish
Key and Cayo Pilau, that has
'j I :i i' B&W Auto Repair thrown up three spoil banks aN,1n.Yr
r iJ already on its way to Lemon

t : EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE So many mangrove keys y.-w'aS..Yir r.
and places have Interestingnames RUG SERVICE
: ALIGNMENT & WHEEL such as GallagherKey t, 9 HOME FURNISHING

I.. BALANCE 1 Cotton Key, Big Mound '4 PATIO SHOP
OVERHAUL / 'J Catfish Creek. Joe Allen and (
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Pinch Keller used to live in T2k; SIFT IDEAS t
the house, later burned on
I TRANSMISSION SERVICE ., j :\ Big Mound where the pseudo- > 7
I went plundering
629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.3502
lately There are an old fish aLtLt
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED house and a camp house unoccupied .
I on Bull Bay, but a n


ILH a 421 S. Taml.mi Tr. Venice pt a

At Venice( Shoppiag Center I''

____ ___ __ h __ .
h": :J. gj;
J ( ViES 'Q.
NEW EAGLE SCOUTS Two members of Explorer
Squadron 121 were elevated to Eagle Scout rank at recent SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARS

) Court of Honor ceremonies.. The new Eagle Scouts are
: Jim Park (top picture) getting pinned by his mother, Mrs. r
James W. Park, 1204 Laurel Ave., Venice, as his father
(right) and Explorer Squadron advisor D. Grady Hough nrN
look on. Hugh M. (Dusty) Grey III, son of Mr. and Mrs
I j Hugh M. Grey Jr., Raleigh, N. C., received his award in roth
abstentia. He is shown (bottom photo) receiving the badgeof
.. his new rank from h/i mother
: ouse-lighter near shore rii HARDING AND KENNEDY 'h"
j jA a widow tenant, we learned MOVED FROM SENATE j.
t who enjoys the peaceful life. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. IIIto,
J : After going through a (AP)-Only two men In this I
squall, where we kept thespark century Warren Hardinj nilnt
; ;j ,. > plugs dry with an oilcloth and John F. Kennedy\ -have
while the passengers moved directly from the Senate chug
took on some water, we picnicked to the White House. A
qy ,,
j Add'h lir
I II on one of the keys. I
I Then we looked for oysters on -
I I I :' !; a reef in Charlotte Harbor coy

': .1 t + Cook to perfection while the Bay but found nothing but LAWNMOWERRepair dlII
; dead shells. n
kitchen stays CLEANER COOLER Not that oysters were important Service 'I,
1 t J > to the trip what's sly
; )I' WITH X FUMEIF.SS SUPER-FIST,SUPER SAFE important Is to see this beautiful ut
q serene "MangroveCoast" ORBET F
ELECTRIC before it is developed -- p'
I away from its original RADIATOR
charm. And to think it had ere
: RANGE taken us all these years to go & WELDINGBehind 0t
f those few miles of water from AUTO elc

our front door, while ,we had Anderson Auto Path
r Set On modern automate electric
ranget made thousands of land andair Ph. 488.3656METROPOLITAN n
at applumct dealer
your passes far north. .
i tp I '-t1u1tth iI flameleee, nCoxi

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Life Insurance Co. dad

r Now cheaper than lVer 10 '" '

'. C. A. "Chuck" Rafter C. T.'"Chuck" Reifer these
Ph. 488- 32l Ph. 488-4590 "pluses"v

r ,.than to mi It In eomblnillon '" For Information without obligation( cAect f/U/ plan ., Low mon y.saving bank rates

with flimi fuel ml .
-typi "iu
11 you are ?interested In 'J'

1 The recent $10 million rate I CLIP THIS COUPON! Convenient monthly payments I,

reduction (fourth major ' See your Dealer US for I''
A price cut in 10 yean) make Mail To ( ) LOSS OF INCOME
Prompt courteous service
Sunshine Service Electricity O. BOX
before. p
a better buy than ever N


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