Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: November 16, 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: VID00251
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida's West Coast- Osprey, Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte .1


Key Clubber Tells Kiwanians Deadline Friday '

[ Oral Resurgence Needed IJI.

By W. EARL AUMANN nation was formed on the an- '

"Despite the fact we live vil of religion." Election .

In America, the greatest nation "Perhaps we need to go For City
in the world; that our back to our beginnings as a
standard of living and our industrial nation and recapture some of :
strength rank far M that spirit," he declared, and ,
above those of all other nations d suggested that perhaps the "
; that we hold a military chief danger to religion today Less than one week remains day, Nov. 20, closing is corny voting machines to speed up Celll last Tuesday and the I t
superiority over the world, results from the fact that it for prospective voters "You don't count election the balloting in the non- other by termination of a regular
there are serious problems has become "so respectable." to register for the upcoming day itself in the 10-day partisan election four-year term. I I I k
that demand our attention," Van Kueren also decriedthe Venice city election. period," Hager said i Balloting In this year's election Only two candidates have '"j I
membera of the Venice Ki- fact that newstands and Voter registration books for Polls In the Civic Center' will be on two City Council announced so far for the two i Ij
wants Club were told Wednesday bookstores of America "are the Dec 1 municipal election will be open from 7 a.m. to'I seats-one vacated by the vacancies. They are Council q
noon by Venice High cluttered with morally questionable will close at S p.m. Friday, 7pm. election day, with two resignation of Blanche J. (Continued on page Z) I s
Student Jim Van Keuren. material and declared Nov. 20, ten days before the -- -
Speaking at the club's weekly that Kiwanians would be election, and remain closed
Van Keuren listed surprised at the language all until the day after
these eotl as the need too frequently heard among City Clerk Harry W. Hag fl I I
for spiritual growth, for a students in the high school, er stressed that persons voting
stronger moral fiber, a Junior high and even In the in the city election must Blair Heads Teen Haven
stronger physique, a better elementary school in Venice. be registered at the City Hall

education and an increase in Something Missing Eligibility requirements for _.. .;
the social and political responsibility -- He said many school aut or. new voters are one year's City Judge John J. Blair Clancy, Jack Briggs and Joe
of the American ities would like to blame the residence in Florida, six I was named president of Teen r Farley.
people as citizen JAMES VAN KEUREN juvenile delinquency in the months in Sarasota County Haven Thursday night by a Only two "concerned" par
He also asserted that the area on the parents. "Surely and three months inside the newly elected 12-member i ents turned out to vote in the j''
70000 members of the Key grow "spiritually, morally, parents should be responsiblefor 'board of directors. annual membership meeting. .
Club International of whichhe intellectually, socially", physically the actions of their child city.Hager said many voters believe 'I Other new adult officers of They were newcomers Mr. t ,
is Lieutenant-Governor of and politically ren," he admitted, "but remember their county registration the Venice Airport youth cen- and Mrs. Cheek, both of
Division 9, realizing that today Stresses Religion that these parentswere entitles them to vote in the ter are Mrs. Blanche Celll whom were elected to theboard'
the greatest force for In support of his assertion once children SOME municipal election and he vice-president; Mrs. June ;
good must come from our that if America is to remain THING IS MISSING," he added emphasized this is not the Gray, secretary, and Mrs. Teen Haven directors had t.
country's youth, have adopted strong we must change our case Mary Clancy, treasurer. 1 w anticipated a larger turnout e'''>
as their 1984-65 objectivesthe thinking and way of life, Van Quoting the late President "To be eligible to vote In Two of the directors were f of parents following a meet II
urging of Americans to Kueren pointed out that "this (Continued on page 2) the: city election" Hager reiterated elected for one year, one for ing on Juvenile delinquency 1

.... -- _.__..""' ........,.. ....,. """ ".,......, _w_"""" ....' '"" / 4IVlIIIIINt.IM! JWIIIIIIIJemal \-. "the elector must be three years and the remain problems several weeks ago I
registered on the city's der for two years under a which drew a capacity audi
books" change In the by-laws adopted ence. ,
The city clerk also noted by the outgoing board two The new board In one of Its I.
that the names of a numberof weeks ago The change was first actions voted to retain .
voters have been purged made to provide the board Mrs. Bertha Drew Reynoldsas
from the city registrationrolls with continuity from year-to- managing director of the
for not having voted In year. youth center ( 1 j'Rezone

the past two regular municipal New one-year directors are
elections. "These peo- Mrs. Gray and Police Chief
le.'k said Hager, "must reregister John Shockey. The three-year JUDGE BLAIR '
to be eligible! to cast director is Maurice Aldrich, Hearing \
their ballots Dec. 1." a city fireman. I Harold Cheek, Mrs. John
Hager also noted that misinformation The nine new two-year directors Shockey, Mrs. Celli, Gerald I .:
has been published are Mr and Mrs Arenberg, Judge Blair, Mrs Generates Steam
recently on the date for
gNawaea tewa/wart closing of the registration

books. He said the date was
erroneously published in one Industry Push Venice City Council took no
area newspaper as Saturday action following three public j
noon Nov. 21. hearings Tuesday night, one
The city clerk went on to of which generated consider table
stress that the B p.m. Fri- debate. .
Slated By UFSix The hearings were on a pe.
tition to rezone from Rest
dence 3 to Business 1 five lots I
School team captains In the funds to support the nine and part of a sixth on the i /
Business and Industry Division west side of Nokomis Avenue .I''
of the South County Unit- cfes. ; a proposed bulkhead line
ar, ed Fund campaign, aided by Assisting him as team captains change on Roberta Bay for
Route 38 volunteers, kick off their will be Harvey Rohl- Arthur Payson, and a changein
big push during the coming wing president of K & R Construction the liquor license for Jim .
week in an all-out effort toward Co and the Venice Ponder Liquors from package .'y j.i
I this year's $24,001 goal. Area Chamber of Commerce; sales to on-premlses consumption ,
James Dunaway, Venice Elementary iM
Contributions to date have
School principal; "I:,
Changed moved the campaign The flurry of debate was
just past
IDLY SHAPING UP for the return about Dec. I of "The on either end of the big arena The 1965 show will go Into the SO percent mark with the Joseph Funeral Farley Home of Hoke the Bowden Farley, caused by the hearing on the p i ,

teit Show on Earth" are the Ringling Circus winter rehearsal about mid-December and the circus will premiereat major portion of early reports owner of Bowden.'s; Foodway proposed rezoning of the five :
Htn at Venice. The past few weeks have teen a flurry the Venice winter quarters for the first time In January.Five School children living east from the Advanced Gifts and Paul Lanlus, assistant man-; and one-half lots on Nokomis j"' 'f', '
of the new high-level canal Residential Divisions headedby Avenue between the First
scheduled Jan. 810.
general performances are of the Venice office of
activity In the construction of new buildings, a bridge construction on East Mrs. Carl Hamilton and ager National Bank and the D.
''tin? and the Installation of new Illuminated signs First Federal Savings and firm I.
up Venice Avenue began taking Paul Maurer respectively. Loan Association; and William Grady Hough accounting

a new route to school this Charles Bruin, manager of Pitcock, an instructor at offices. ,
week. the Venice office of the Sara- the Nokomis Elementary Request for the rezoning
t Class Set Bid Made For TVA I Youngsters who previously sota Federal Savings and School. was filed by Kenneth Wood- j
I Fifth walked to school via East Loan Association, and head of Readdressed "Mercy Mall"will burn, Venice Land Company, .
Venice Avenue are now being the important Business Division also go out during the Robert S. Baynard and ,
re-routed south on Warfield said volunteers during coming week, with residential lough. Council referred the .'
r Venice Highbeginning fifth TV cable proposal vice president, Daniel Aaron signals from Tampa St. Pet- Avenue to Spur Street and the coming week will be callIng volunteers preparing for a request to the Zoning Board ,4 j
presented to Venice City presented his company's pro. ersburg, Orlando and Fort south again on Seaboard Ave. on all businessmen in the personal contact solicitation of Adjustment which recomContlnued -
Council last Tuesday prompted posal. Myers. He also stated that nUe to a newly constructed area in their solicitation for (Continued on page Z) ( on page ,
'art class under a comment by Council Aaron who was given timeto future plans Include erectionof ootpatch which bypasses the 2)a.
>instruction of Mrs. Mary President E. S. (Bill) Raymond present the latest proposition a microwave aystem to bridge construction .
the lack of advance bring in the three Miami stations.
Y will start Nov. 17 in' that the business evidently despite Police Chief John Shockey
is lucrative one. notice, explained that said children In the Edge-
*. The class will meet a t ,
./ ,
half- his firm has recently purchased ,rtq w: f
a week oWl Tuesday Raymond suggested Aaron said his firm also wood and Edgewood Gardens
lng at the Venice jokingly that maybe the city the Sarasota cable system would provide Channel 38 and areas have been asked to go
olin 1 Room C-l from 4 tom should look Into providing! which already has a franchise ETV Channel 3 and would straight up Spur Street to
such a service itself. "Afterall with that city. He said American have another channel for Seaboard Avenue Instead of :!
," said Raymond, "we are Cable Systems already time weather and back walking over to East Venice :
Venice though anyone can enter, already In the utility business operates five cable systems in ground music. Still another Avenue and cutting back.I I
location of the
t is convenl- with water and sewers." Mississippi, 1 channel, he said would be Pupils attending Epiphany rat
to especially Latest firm seeking an ex- 450-Foot Tower reserved for local programming Catholic School follow the y
residents of Casey and clusive franchise from the The proposal outlined by at the discretion of the same route and then cut backto
aiota Keys and the South constructionof
American Cable Systems Aaron Includes
I/ city is City Council. the parochial school after
1'1. area of Philadelphia whose a 450 foot tower to receive Under the latest proposal, crossing the Trail at Milan'
Darby holds
Beaver a the city would receive four Avenue. I'
College in Penn-
nla per cent of the gross receipts Shockey said a policeman
and attended Cobia Firm To Build New from the $5 monthly fee currently Is being stationed I
University taking a
* In charged to customers. Aaron at the Venice-Warfield Avenue
advertising. In ad-
''n she further estimated that the corner to direct the "
has studied with
Busa company would spend $'0.000 youngsters over the new I !
fr Province town. Park FacilityConfidence In Venice the first year and route. Another patrolman Is
and with local Industrial
k'l. many have a $20,000 annual payroll. stationed at the Seaboard AirLine
h, railroad tracks as an ., ,
has shown with the the railroad No'. Competition added safety measure.E'wood p
"'18Jta( Art Assn, Province- In the continued st., on .
" Art Assn, Alabama Art growth of the Venice area has just north of Center Road in The company spokesman IH'I '
Id' and others. Her paint- led to the announcement of the industrial park. West has i also emphatically declared j .
, are currently on display construction plans for a large designed facilities for all : that the firm definitely will Radio a 1 1u I +
'Ih, Gulf Gate Branch of ultra-modern storage and phases of household moving not enter the TV sales and d.
,''sota Federal. warehouse facility :In the Ven general storage, commercial service field in competition i.
'"'. Darby taught in the ice Gardens Industrial Park warehousing and protection with local dealers and ser
'* School of Art, in Anda- by a local businessman. against adverse weather con- vicemen Aaron showed color Goes On Air
'I. A'a' for three :years John M. West, a resident ditions. slides depicting the com i.I I
ae Rlverview High here for the past seven years As an agent for United Van' pany's operation in Meridian, ENGLEWOOD Radio I l : I Ie'a 1
>01.I She is experienced in and former owner of West Lines, Inc., West's new firm : Miss., and Bill Bruce president Station WENG, a new voiceIn I J'
&' mediums of art, includ"nmerclal I Cement Products In Venice will provide covered loading of the Meridian TV servicemen's went their
Auto Store In South County, on ,.uu'... .. ........
art, murals and the Western docks enabling Association, told today.
,ty seta, oils, and water Englewood, Is the owner-ope firm operation in a high,continuou'l briefly of his organization's The station will operate JUST A REHEARSAL-Joe Knight, left, man-. center's birthday cake. Holding the cite It !
"listratlon rotor of the new and Storage ventilated and experience with the TV cable daytime on 1,000 watts at 1930 gar of F. W. Woolworth and publicity chair.* Mrs. Christine Adklns, head of the Infant't i

rse Is $3 00 ,fee for the Aladdin Moving quarters are lo- building. I company. on the dial. man for the Venice Shopping Center's big 3rd department it Beall's. All 14 members of the r cI.
' {< materials.and the atu'saAumbh Ad-- cated Temporary In a hangar at Venice Construction got underway Bruce declared that his own The owner and operator is Anniversary celebration which will be held Shopping Center Merchants Association will ,

)? may. be Municipal Airport on Airport ceremonies Friday with and ground Is expected breaking to cent business since had increased the cable 60 per-was Ted lewood Ewing from, who Detroit came, to where En- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Is joined by participate In the anniversary. Ruth Is presU J v'
' from the Sarasota Avenue at Cockrill Street.ft. build- be completed around Jan. 1, I placed In operation and that he was in the radio business Bud Ruth, manager of Publix Market, In dent of the association and Knight vice-presi" i

'n"fty School by calling lug The wUl new,be 11,200 constructed sq. ) 1965. I .(Continued 011 P a,. |> t tor: several "'101'I. prljjfiUg lgJing 9Wf lhp pgndlee oca the dent,

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GONDOLIER Venice, FU. Sun., Nov. 15. 1944EnglewoodOverbrook

''jlJ Walter Johns Tells Obituaries

J ; ,''i : GardensBy I I

Of Rotary Foundation Interment will be in
I By MARY E. KROUPA JANE LAWLESS COOK bearers.Gulf Fines Memorial Park : OREN A. IIECIEa

for the to Miami Jane Lawless Cook, 62, of Oren A. Decker '
1 Busy now are Mr. and Mrs. to return to Englewood. trip company 1,Gf
o Earl Camber who manage - and stopped by on his Thi little known Rotary language of the country in 110 Bayou Drive, Venice Bay MRS. CORA MAE FRYE let Municipal Trt ,
a : "'I the Cedar Gardena Apartments Mr. and Mrs M. T Bohon return He has been with the I Foundation, a $10 million fundto which ha wishes to do postgraduate Trailer Park died Friday at oi' died Wednesday at
I at 242 Cedar St. Their have returned to their homeat company for the past 16 finance a comprehensive work for one year Venice Hospital.She I Mrs. Cora Mae Fry, 65, Memorial Hospital.

,1, ; :: latest arrivals are Mr, and 1953 Fairview Dr. from and Is In charge of 'IIr'l program for "doing good in must know English as well came here seven years Shady Haven died Trailer Park, A native of J'MIM. '
I' Mrs D C. Cone from Arlington their vacation. They visited Control for the the world In a charitable or and must be able to talk fluently ago from Franklin, Mass She Englewood Thursday at .. h. later J live Ie

\ ,I Va They )have been regular relatives in Mobile, Ala? products in over 20 locationsIn educational way or other so that he can address was a native of Brooklyn Venice She from Detroit Moines, Iowa where he
,a I winter guests the past North Eastern Missouri and the U. S. avenues of service," was described Rotary Clubs and describe N. Y.Mrl.. three came before her death right-of-way agent for\\he
few years, Mr. and Mrs. W Blowing Rock N C They -0- to member of the conditions In his own coun Cook wss a memberof born in for 20 years until hl1'Itr!
i E Steel arrived from En were home one week then decided Mrs. H. A Salt of 1365 Bureau -, Venlce-Nokomis Rotary Club try.One Venice Catholic Church of She was Cadillac ment In 19S7.

I. deavor'Pa.; Last year they to go on a fishing trip. Rd entertained with a Thursday noon by Secretary scholarship will be the Epiphany Mich. Mr. Decker was
spent tit. winter in Jupiter They spent 10 days near the luncheon and bridge party at A Walter Johns. I awarded this year In District Survivors Include] her husband Mrs. Frye was a memberof of Venice-Nokomis 11111111
I, but like it much better here Withlacoochee River and their home last Thursday afternoon "It was in 1917 Just 12 I 690 (the west coast and central George F Cook four Wyandotte (Mich) Presby Church Me
In Englewood They have caught a 14 pound and t Friends from Over- years after Rotary was born part of Florida), the ; tartan church
sons, John R Cook of Detroit, Survivors Include] Survivors Include
a son,
t decided to brook Gardens attended. and the International Association speaker explained, and the his
made many friends here and pound bass They
Richard C. Cook who is with Wallace M. Frye of Los Angeles ow, Mrs Bl.nche
in and do -.0MI' of Rotary Clubs had local Rotary Club can make
I Venice. The third arrival Is stay at now two
i : : Mr. and Mrs Otto Smith some fishing in and around and Mrs Stanley Miller chartered its 300th Rotary one nomination to competeFor the Airforce In Germany Lincoln ; a daughter, Mrs Ruesell sons.of Russell $
I ; from Holland Ohio Last here. who winter In the Oak Club at Huntington Ind., that the scholarship.President E. Cook with the Air Konkel of Allen Park, Elmhurst Ill
t neth PortVL
:1: : they stayed Naples but likeIt -0- Grove Trailer Park won't get Arch Klumpf sixth president J Howard VauShn Force In Vancouver Island Mich a brother John F. Decker of ,
( Melanie of Wilm I III' ton Wis., five
better nln Englewood because Mr. and Mrs. L. O Gillette to come back as soon as they of Rotary suggested at the announced more than British Columbia and Donald ton. grin 1
t 1 of more places to fish. of Bay Shore Drive, last week planned Mr. Miller Is 111 of International Convention in (1,600(: has been spent on two Q. Cook, with the Air ForceIn Calif; a sister Mri. Warga- and six greatgrandchild
:I : had a visit from their eon who a heart attack We hope they Atlanta, Ga., that such a fund I civic projects this year, one California There are 12 ret Miller of Englewood. and Funeral services wen hi

I : Bark are Mr and Mrs. Allen works for the Armstrong Cork will get to return soon as they be started" John said i for a $500 dental machine to surviving grandchildren.A three grandchildren. Saturday at Rawles hit,,
lot of friends here In permit Vice President Leon service beheld Funeral services and Inter. Home Chapel with
have War will
Company of Lancaster, Pa. a "Rotary was deep rosary The
4 ,\1 ;: 1 their Truran:new: who home moved on Crest into i Mr. Gillette was on a businessRezone waiting for their return. Relief work assisting<< displaced Terry D.M.D., to render dental Monday at T:SO p.m, at ment will be In Allen Park John L. Jones of Venice'
Rawles Funeral Home
families of Rotary Club service to retarded child. Rawles Funeral] Home Chapel] Engle. Methodist ChIirQ
t Drive last year. They have In ren and the balance to fur wood was in charge of ]local] flciatmg. Interment '
members ravaged
"I" been ]In war and a requiem mass Tuesdayat vas
: spending the
summer ,
I : Pittsfleld, Mass. I HearingContinued I cities of Europe Death and nish a room In the new addition t am. at Church of the arrangements. Sarasota Memorial Part
suffering were rampant to the Venice Hospital]
I : -0-- Epiphany with The Rt. Rev
In of Past President
Johns explained "and memory
I Mr', and Mrs Frank Noble John Elklns Fr8ler.DEADLINE Msgr. George W. Cummings
idea slow in -
i from Page 1)) Area Friends of the Libraryfor wu Members
I of Neptune Drive entertained ( of Holy
i ''t : as weekend guests, Mr and mended it be denied on a 250 by 250 site for a The. first contribution to Name Society will be pall- tl II; I''l' )
I I; Mrs Robert Rodgers and two of toning proposed new library In Bla-
grounds spot the of this fund came onayeal' later, FRIDAY all allr
lock Park at corner
children Linda and Robert Bottleneck
he when the Kansas
!I 'I Milan Street and Nokomis added Continued from 1) INDUSTRY PUSH dlt
from Gables page
I Coral Finn W. Caspersen, a memo City (Mo,) Rotary Club sent

l It 'I 1, -- ber of the ZBA spoke out Avenue. Set Tuesday Dec. 8, fora a check for $26.50 and In the President E. S. (Bill) Raymond (Continued from Page 1)
I I Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph Robbins against the proposed rezoning next 10 years less than $4,000was who is seeking reelection on Nov. 23, 24 and 25 for those
I t I' of Fairview' Drive enter. u an individual. Caspersensaid public hearing on a Taml-liquor collected to a third term and David who have been unable to mail

: tamed as guests Mrs, John the rezoning would create license application by However Arch Krumpf in Hamilton, a former council- In their contributions.
I i : Lawrence and Mrs, Ed Huem- a traffic bottleneck similar aml Memorial Post 8118 Vet. 928 again suggested to the who was appointed to General campaign chairman .
I ; ; me from Orlando last Friday to the one which existson arena. of Foreign Wars.Awarded workmen's Rotary convention in Minneapolis finish out the remainder of William C. Payne said
1 the city's
I for lunch. Miami Avenue and park that the Rotary Foundation the for Mrs. Celll ha was gratified with the
? I -0- ing problems. "I don't think compensation end public be reactivated with an year early response and urged
Hamilton has announced th.the
( Mr and Mrs. Thomas there is any Justification for liability insurance contractto Initial goal of $2 million. The will seek re-election for again that every effort be
: Drum of 1891 Englewood Rd. the rezoning and It may leadto Hardware Mutual on the bylaws had to be changedand I i made to bring the drive to a 1
i Drum's firm's low bid of $7,715.81. I the remaining two years of
are entertaining Mr. trouble, he added. other technicalities over- successful conclusion by
t and her Mr.' Okayed a request by 10( : Mrs Celli's unfinished lour
'." 'I sister husband Others who spoke out! come and it took another Thanksgiving Day
i I and Mrs. E. J. Howard who against the proposed rezoningwere Paul Goldenstein for stationery years before the $2 million year term.
'I, came by plane from Colum. newly appointed Councilman and stamps for the Venice und was accumulated I II Neither candidate has any

bus Ohio last Monday even- David Hamilton an Civic Orchestra. In 1947 the Foundation begin announced opposition, with Learn a profitable
In,. its program of post-graduate only five days left to file for
adjoining property owner;
I the offices Final date for fli business We are
-eI scholarships! with t
John Fancy] and Theo Dand-
Rer. Samuel R. Dan KEY CLUBBER of 18 scholarships] Ingll 5 p.m. Friday Nov. 20
feZ; ridge both owners of bust- awarding going to train several
I the the registration In Florida.
pastor of the First I Baptist ness property across the (Continued from page 1)) with all expenses paid. Today same day ..
Church In Englewood, men In the
b street for a funeral home these first 18 scholars are engineers
:. 1 went to Tampa Tuesday to John Kennedy as sayingwe Mexico
F. in Belgium
,I with the idea It would remain most lucrative
attend the Southern Baptist R-3. Dandrldge told council are a physically weak and the U. S; some giving TV CABLE after beer is
State Convention. Mrs. Dan I he had constructed a second- America he declared that although spiritual guidance in Thailand (Continued from page 1) sales I field In bowling, a naturalAfter
iels and their four children the physical educationIn ; others are journalists,
his busi-
remained at home due to a floor apartment over schools Is good, thereIs and ambassadors, America If you
educators had
ness with the Idea that the our ales of color sets zoomed you've bowled a game or two,,or when you're windulJlp
\H j virus. R-3 buffer would remain. room for much Improve the speaker said like to meet people the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,h'i good ttllIiu
Bt -0-- ment. "The spirit of physicalfitness this
"Thus great
began The firm was represented
Benefits Cited with friends and ICOre.Vhat better toadd
; Mr. and Mrs Harvey Stein I and competition must phase of Rotary Internatlon- locally at the informal] afternoon and make compare way aril
,' of Wentworth St., : Speaking In favor of the in the home if we sport and the lociablenest than with t refreshing glut!bw'
1 200 East be present il's service, he explained, council session by Ralph between
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. proposed zoning were RealtorC. : are to have a physically fit "with 1,852 young persons Thomas, Venice attorney money, apply However you take your fun-beer alvnji make t clcem

Kroupa on Neptune Drive, C. (Chips) Johnson, representing America," he declared.He benefiting by these scholarships Council President Raymond 10 a.m. and addition to the party.

I ,( were Invited to join Mrs. Lu- one of the petitioners also asserted that physical in 59 countries all over read a letter signed by prac- 4 Your familiar glass of beer u also t pleasurable reminder
I ]la Stein of Sarasota to be and Robert S. Baynardfor ( and mental fitness go the world with about half of Ically all the local and area p.m., Monday, we live in s land of personal freedom-and that our right to Of
guesti of Mr Mrs. Robert ( the Venice Land Company h.nd-In-hand. and pointed out them coming to the U. S. to television sales and service Nov. 16 at Bill
I forand Johnson declared the beer and ale, if w* so desire, u just one, but sn important ont,.
E i at the ex-Premier Khrushchev
I Berry that study from 79 countries"A organizations calling for a those freedom
i : I Forest Lakes Country Club area is not advantageous to issued a challenge to the total of $5 million has public hearing before a fran- Phillips Ford, personal

, j,. Sunday evening. The occasion R-3 and cited the benefit to American people when he been expended up to date, chi is awarded Council South Trail Ven
ti'j ,,rt being to celebrate Mr. and the city tax-wise to have B-1 said, "the average Americans with this year's expenditure greed that a hearing wouldbe (i)t In goes with fun, with relnitn!

f I ,l, Mrs Berry anniversary and businesses locate there I' Intellectually lazy" totaling $370,000 an average scheduled before any action ice. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION .
a, {I' Mrs. Lula Stein's and Mrs. Johnson told council I The speaker explained that of about $2,850 per stu Is taken .. r,> 17) WINTU pass, nouoA
I Harvey (Virginia) Stein's grocery chain is interested In he recently had an opportunity dent. + --- -----

p : birthdays Mrs Lula Stein the property for a "7-11 type" to survey themes submitted To obtain one of the Foun- .
lives in Florasota Gardens store and that parking wouldbe by the senior English dation scholarships the student ui

I' and is the mother of Mr. Harey no problem since a parking classes on the subject of must be a graduate of a .
\ Stem and Mrs. Robert area would be constructed 'Education and the needs of college with an above average \

Berry in front of the store the adolescent" A shocking in grades must know the
Baynard asserted that the majority of the papers was .a
I, t Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tsetz property ]lends itself to busi built around the theme, \.IIkDOWNTOWN
I of 1918 Michigan Ave, Grove ness-type zoning and charged 'America's Educational System cept itizens our." responsibility as ;

I City have entertained their that. the zoning now in effectIs Is Failing," he said One-Third Don't Vote 8t
son,. Daniel Taetz and his'fiancee running business out of Again he emphasized, ".ome. Van Keuren added, "If you i-

Miss Linda Grlswold town. He also stated he felt thing is missing" read about the failures of our
I Daniel has just returned from the overall zoning should be Two Choices Ambassadors in foreign countries VENICEFirst
Scotland where he was on the
reviewed and the necessary
Van Keuren pointed out in such books as None
I I patrol ship John MarshallMiss changes made every two that the underlying theme in Dare Call It Treason. The Ug-
Grlswold is from East
years.A the world today Is Americanism gy American and A Nation of
I Hampton, Conn. decision on the matter or Communism "In the Sheep, and wonder how such

have reports-oWe -- on several] was tabled by council until underprivileged nations of the diosy could exist you haveno : & Finest Shopping Area
the next regular meeting world it is the decision all are one to blame but yourself
people in hospitals They are
t 1 Mr. George Mayleben of 1993 No protests were lodged In coming too. The tragic evidence As Lincoln said: 'If you don't
I either of the other two public is there; most of them vote don't gripe" Thirty
Fairview Dr. Little Miss
J 1 Michele Drum; daughter of learlngs-the proposed bulk are turning to communism" percent of the voters don't DAZZLING SPARKLING
head line and liquor license he said "And once they are vote." he added
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drumof
'1 under the Red it is too The also declared]
hanges flag speaker
1891 Englewood Rd. who BARGAINS VALUES!
I 1 are In the Sarasota Memorial Council In regular business ate," he added. that something has happened
I I i iI i I' hospitaland Mr. Joseph : "Why are many nations to our love of country our Ma
I Tacts of 1922 Michigan Ave, Authorized the hiring ofa turning to communism even patriotism> and asserted ,
1 Grove City, is in Venice Hoe- part-time draftsman for the though the evidence that com. "The truth is that the sophlsicatlon r -
office of City Planning Director I nanism doesn't work Is foundIn of our society has all
t pital. Mr. Taetz is recovering DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
Berlin and in Russia the honest SHOP
j from cataract operation. Paul A. Youngberg to East but eliminated THE MEN'S
I -0-- : complete the changes required Itself. Van Kueren asked. "It I emotion of patriotism" Annual Vz Price Sale

r I i I I The Circle meetings of the by the Federal Aviation Is the Impression that the In closing Van Keuren said STOP AND SEE OUR NEW . .
I I Women Society of Christian Agency (FAA) In the city's peoples of foreign nations receive the world looks to America
II! master plan. of America," he declar for ]leadership and today the by Shulfon
I Service will be held on Thurs airport Cologne Bar
I i day, Nov 18_.s follows: Approved a request from ed"The accent la on -youth He chslenged Hand & Body Lotion
]line of the Klwanlans to work
i I The Dorcas Circle will meet the city water board to hirea responsibility
; :
1$ 'I I' i at the home of Mrs. M. p new man for the waterworks In foreign affairs is easily with the Venice High School I Reg. $4.00 $2. reg. $200 $1. 20 Fragrances To Suit Any Manl!

I ,I : J I Cosey n North Manasota Key plant at *1.40 an hour with traced.foreign The people peoples in are contact the Key, Club.Investment"It can in be Amer.ica" yourreate.t 231 W. Venice Av.-11-6776-Medical Center Bldg.
at 1:30: .m. and increase the salary of 20
: p |<
11 48-
workers In the U. !Ph.
I S. Foreign 225 W .V.nte Ave.
'j The Esther Circle] will meet James LIndsey $200 annually
I Service and the American The ]local Key Club was organized -
\ i l"' at the'-hornsof' Mrs. Margaret ss the holder of a new Class VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO.
tourist, he said. "The Foreign and sponsored the
t Bennett 2011 Allen St. at C waterworks operator li by
'I j Service is controlled by Venice Kiwanis Club. SHRODE JEWELRY
, : I Mary Martha Circle will censeOkayed the Installation of the U. S. government and

I !j ;I. meet at the home of Mrs. 31 new street lights in various the public government opinion is "controlledby he explained Sales Service Supplies W* Repair All Makes Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings
II i Maym Pettit 454 Green St, of the Including
I sections city. -
'11' Stuart
at 10 a.m.Miriam. "Public opinion is Merrick Owner Witcn.i Silverware Jewelry
] one at the Teen Haven
f III j I'' A'I i r t.' Circle] will meet at and Little Theatre parking made actions up of of the_ the opinions individual and 235 W. Miami Av. 488-2473 Watch and Jeweler Repair
j the home of Mrs.
i Norman lots and several others In the WA1CH
he added.In !
I i i l )I ''I( \ Coulon, 14 Fray St., at 10 a. vicinity of the Ringling Cir- American answer to the question W. Av. 488-311'

If)1I1 f ) 14 I m.Naornl Circle will meet at cue arena. "Why is the Individual responsible fOil tHE TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. -

I I I I the home of Mrs. Morrison on agreement C Approved with a the new Venice lease ed the officers," the speaker of Key quot-Club B\G\ GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
Cocoanut St at 10
) I a.m. International saying, "the FREE 2 FREE
'I' Rachel] Circle will meet in
ti Wedned+
I Legal quality of our nation is pro- Today thru
_ _ I. the Fellowship Hall with Mrs Today thru Wednesday
,I, Roy Thompson and Mrs Karl HEADING.tooholl portional to we ao- RAY-O-BAC FLASH LIGHT
t1 ,1 -r l: Wright as hostesses at 1:00: :'"HI r I "W.,Cad./.,.,J" ,neat NIs )

::, pmThe d ... cite 01 ,cola rain a eu4IN ALLEN WEB STRAPS 76" to 708" long. "FAIL SAFE"Th THE PINK PANTHER"nd
I ;rt Ruth Circle will meet h.. .III 1 ba aria :Jl CCsce.n
rIt 1c ::
iI std r M ra.n Convalescent and Moat Explosive '
i to ,II d,S at the home of Mrs Clyde :':neIII; eta W, tto-: :=b.e el =I M at 213 W, Venice Ave. Ph. 4884909IY7come Story.
P } '; Swepston on Coquina Lane, ,,_ Ito ea. .r..paler"r.' 'v.....,.. .r Nursing Home C. 0'f Our Tim*! "'THE' GREAT ESCAK"
: South Beach at 1 ,, .5 .11
? - p.m.0 .rent *wen_for m tile, ... 24 Heir Nvnlng Service, v e S. --

\ x We hear Dr. M. L. Townsend *A*. HM pnmM.. tile 1 .t Cltr MM44*f Vmiat R. VmlM r_ Phone V.nlc tU-not To
r Is recovering from the err rohca PS LEON AVE STATIONERS
'{ Ma.PibIM W w4-r. "t .*. Cltr Cs.-: VENICE
I misfortune of falling while In ""
t his home at Society Hill, S. C, BARKY w. RAGES. VENICE SEED & FEED STORE

_ _ t !Ji J. We hop he soon will b* able i Nee CUT'1.Ork.Puklbk U. I""_ Jerry Ct//uTd'/ F.afherw.I 1ght g 'I OFFICE, SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES

IN SARASOTA ARCH SUPPORTS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Typewriters, Adding Machines |Mehanleally OpK|tsdl

241 W Miami Ave. Dial ....3457 Chemically Clend-Juit SI2JSO-Plus Parts H ft***"
_ II ION DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE That Hav. Brought J/ I .8-6111

Cesnf.rt T. Tens Of an W Venice Ave. _____

CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vinyl, *. They'r Soft, j DELICIOUS SANDWICHES

J burlap parchment te. MADE TO ORDER a.:; Flexible and Metal. Free. THE BOOKSHOP

+ AT Reatonabt PRICES Prompt Service :"M I h .. ., .
dash aseeM saga No
I .5,5 a.w I Ia 49c NEW
T" 59e 69e 79c UNDER OWNERSHIP

f r Alto hundred of lampehed.s In dock All Q.feR.wfnwla JERRY'S"

( "shapes and sties Buffalo Bill's thru Saturday
Snack Bar
I Wt "'oA. lompi 0,f or1 KCKH. '01//.. ere, pen:; SHOE COMFORT SHOll'SlNClalizllf I Open Monday ,

( I t LAMP REPAIR LAMP REPAIR i /* Arch Ssppwri eMtrf OrfopWie SAos & DELICATESSEN 9 am.. to 5:30: p.m,. .1301

1 I HISS.I Trail / block North o? SnIN I 251 S. Trail, Venice,.IChs4 Ph. .11-345O-Hn110,Ur. .-.... t. 4 pjn.WalM L Ill 'W. Venice Ave. Ph..488-1470 W.,VENICE AVI.2The '_46s. __

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Nokomis Nettings NEW 12 oz. Jar Gives You An Extra BONUS Of 2 or. FREE! .

New 12 oz. Jar '

i. Telephone 488-SS49 C II oe.1- 99 C
+ Mrs 0 ee '
..,:C LaYMIDwNM hat gone Harold north to be Chamberlin near her 1 ly boost has for been him a great moral mmmMMIgM INSTANT J SAVE :

husband. Harold U a patientat -0- .... r 'i iPCCENT
GOOD DINNER the VA hoapltal at Canan- Mr.. and Mrs. James M. III:' m /1 h
dalgua. N. Y. Mr. Chamber Camp of River /

duct We In used a a favorite new frozen chicken pro. h Un ing has his much daughters improved., grandchll See their Nokoml winter East, have home Boulevard come from to, Join The Thrifty Shoppers Who I i i 1

diB; Chicken with Sauce Mushroom who dren can and call many on him old frequent.friends they Pendleton had ,a Ind.good They summer report in SAVE MORE At Kwik Chek I'! Ii' ', \

Almond Rice Green Pea Indiana but are glad a* usual V '
Fruit Salad Beverage Bridge Scores to get back here and the real YOU GET TOP VALUE STAMPS TOO. e aj!
Chicken With mild weather for the wintero .
Make Christmas Easier!
- They Shopping
Mushroom Sauce Bridge Studio, NOV. J, 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mer !
2'/i-pound'! ready-to-cook 1:00: .
broiler-fryer, cut up rick are among the returnee r, ''' I t
thle week. They enjoyed their
Vi cup flour 1-Mrs. dare Carlson '
and home In Weatbrook, Me. durIng
1 tesspeon salt Col Vincent Dixon, 87. the hot months here. They 44 i
1/4 teaspoon pepper 2-Mra. EXT A
and took fir
many interesting day I I
V teaspoon paprika Gen. L. H. Miller, 80H. trips to enjoy the of FREt I00 TOF VALUE STAMPS )
ft cup butter 3-Mrs. J. L. Cornwell and which there i Is ExTRA STAMPS ""M't' +'; *rr.WD
2 medium onions, cut In Myron Schoenfeld, 73. In New England.] en BRAND Less W-D Brand! I IW.

I package strips (8 ounces) frozen 1-Mrs.EAST-WEST James O. Kalce] and -0- .BHf fCh: hk $139 I '
whole mushrooms In Mrs. J. H. Morris This week also brought L e..,..V.II ihn N.w 11 I :

'i butter cup chicken sauce. stock 2-8n Mr. .and Mrs. Mark 8354.Evers. Their back the granddaughter Raymond Wades LInda atiCEI.LE G Gr'd Beef I v7 N I i Uwnt HPIt H

Roll chicken In flour mixed 3-A.. remained at school in Maine. \
I with salt, pepper and paprika.Brown J. J.O.Nealon Campbell, 84.and Mrs. --' PriMt Effete Nov. to Thra 18 I!
in hot butter in large Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Smith, I
skillet, cover tightly and cook Bridge Studio, Nov. 2, who bought the Lowell Barnes b
until tender; remove, keep p.m.NORTHSOUTH: place last year, arrived back VENICE STOREONLY $ ) i
warm. Add onion to drip- this week.Mrs. ,
pings; cook gently and stir 1-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and -- ';
until browned; add frozen Mrs. Corie Graft, 63. Mildred Rockville 1 la ,G
mushrooms; turn over repeatedly 2Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tom- another to return this week. I ,
1 union, 59H .. I
and move over surface I -- .. r/
of skillet, breaking u; EASTWEST1Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Felix Kurlecenskt Quantity Rights Reiervedtm 11 "

mushroom as they thaw, Add J. H. Morris and Mrs. are back on the opposite w mm chicken stock. Cover and cook Louis J. Unertle, 86 corner of River Boule. .
until mushroom are hot 2-Mrs. W. Stulgls and Mrs. vend, Nokomis East, from lu '
through about S, minutes W. H. Namack, B2tt. Mildred Rockvllle_The Kurle- SAVI lOe LUCKY LEAF ,'
Serve sauce with mushrooms Bridge Studio.'Nov. S, censkl'a brought Felix' mother .
Makes 4 servings. If mushrooms 7:3tpm. with them to try out the SO os, \
called for are not 1-Mr*, Clare Carlson and Al winter here. Apple Stiuce 39c
available] you may use sliced Journeay Jr., 64%. -- / / .
fresh mushrooms plus a little 2-Mr*. James J. Kalec and 'Mr*. fide Harris of Co-
butter and omit the stock Col. Vincent Dixon, 82). qulna Court has been taken '
WEEKDAY SUPPER 3-Miss Lucy Joumeay and north by her son and dnu h- SAVE Us CHICKEN NOODLE OR MUSHROOM PINKY F. .l"
This refrigerator pickle] Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 59. tfr-in-law] Mr. and Mrs.
may be kept about 10 days. 4-Mrs. Carter Harrison and Hume Harris Jr. She will be i I
Smoked TongueMashed Gen. L. H. Miller, 5i. under their watchful eye at Heinz .u'ikt..49t:: Wiene
Potatoes Woman's Club, Nor 5 their home rather than here Soup .
Green Beans Zucchini Pickle 1.00 p.m. alone and not l In too good ,
Gingerbread\ with Applesauce NORTHSOUTH1Mra. health.
2 pound (about 8) zucchini Mr*. Harry Lawrence, 88. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Baird PerPound
Boiling 'W.terteaspoon 2-Mr*. Carter Harrison and have opened their Grocery in 45tSalorel t
*i salt Gen. L. H. Miller, 84tt. Nokomis East once again Outs 2 = 25
1 vinegar cup each sugar and cider 3-J.Cowan K. Hill 69H.and Dr. W. R. They before alwavs Halloween arrive a day oreo Quuker "

H stick cinnamon EASTWEST1Mrs. --
1 small bay leaf D. A. Hathaway and 11
Harry Weber of RIvervlew .,
1 teaspoon each whole allspice .- Mrs C. C. Gardner, 72''*. Boulevard Is once more In ", 'I 1
and whole! cloves 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris and Venice Hospital for seriesof \ 'r \ ,
a S\avin s
Scrub zucchini in cold wet Miss Ethel Morison, '11'/'a. .
er; cut a thin slice from each 3-Mrs. Louis J. Unertle and x-rsys. '
end; alice thin crosswise Boll H. Stewart, 68tt. Sliced FreakPork
I Just a suspicion ,of dry SAVE 26c FISCHER'S ALE ;
zucchini In 1-lnch of boiling er
Bridge Studio, Nov. 8 mustard and dark brown SAVE lOc WHITI ARROW
water with V teaspoon of the 1:00 .
salt, covered, 'Just until crisp- p.m sugar points up the flavor of! HalfCsl.limlt .
NORTH-SOUTH canned baked beans especially Bleach 19c'' j
tender 3 to 5 minutes; :
drain. In a saucepan over )low I-Mr.[ Eleanor Schlaccltano when they are heated In Bee.
and Carl Hauerbach, 43tt. a bean pot and topped with
heat stir together the remaining -
tt teaspoon salt with the 2-3-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and crumbled lightly cooked ba Steaks SAVEI HORMEL CHILI WITH
Mr. May Bargas. U%. con.
sugar and vinegar until sugar 2-3-Mrs. W. Gelsser and \
BeansSAVEI $1
dissolves Tie spices in a bag Harry Reimer, 41Yt.I 6 Pak
and add; bring to a boll and ::1
I-Miss Sarah Piper and
simmer zucchini, 8 in minutes.a shallow Cover container Mrs J. J. Smith 38. 12 oz. Cans 6ge Per 4ge DINTY MOORE BEEF :

with hot syrup; cover Venice Contract Bridge Club, 2t:1o:
and cool]; chill overnight; remove -, Nov. a. 7:30: p.m. LImIt 'WI With Pound Slew A9r
spice bag Add more NORTH-SOUTH WA1CH Other Psrckaaes
salt if desired. To use, drain 1-Mr. and Mrs Mark Evers, SAVI 5c-DIXIE DARLING Brown N'Serve Twin
from pickling syrup; store : 136.2Miss. fOR tHE I
any leftover in syrup in a covered Ethel] Morlson and ,' N_ _.. Rolls Z IPkgs.49E: :
Jar In refrigerator. I Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 1I8%. g1Gl \
3-Col. Vincent Dixon and
Cake with > Carter Harrison and PINKY PIG SLICED ARMOUR STAR lAG
Brown Sugar Frosting Gen. L. H. Miller, 114. Regular FOOD'C'
Brown Coffee Sugar or Frosting Tea EAST-WEST 3 c:a I e Siz. :\
-Miss Lucy Journeay and
2 whites B S
1 IVt ousoge
cup firmly packed 2-Leo Eaton and N. K. at 1ft Lb. ,'i
light brown sugar Patton, 124%.
1/1 Dash of water alt] -4-Mr. and Mr*. Alonzo t" \} 5 e C e Bread Loaf 15e :

1 cup Paige, 110. .,
teaspoon vanilla 3.4-Mr. and Mrs. W. C. '
In the top of a double boiler Bose, 110. ;: F
site together the tit Per 4931 GOOD LUCK ,
whites, brown sugar, salt and ---- f
water. Beat with rotary beater Margarine td. 49'FQtDpS
(hand or electric) until FUEL OIL H
blended about minute
Place over boiling water and

speed beat of :electric: beater(use )high until Run Fuel
Why I\n
treating stands In stiff
peak this may take 7 minutes Oil T ? p, ..
Remove from heat and '
* ter. Add vanilla; beat until And Ltt Us Put You On A :fRQZEN' ;

about thick 1 minute.enough Make to spread about- CALL Monthly "Fill-Up" Baslsl! Fryer
1H4 cups enough to fill and FARMHOUSE
frost 8 round 8-inch layer HELSER FUEL SERVICEPark
cake. Clwcolate, Lemoi "
CHILDREN'S PARTY Rd., South VenicePh. PI.OS I Coconut 3r or .$| Breasts t .
An easy to make sweet! 488-4144 Ph. 488-4W .
Assorted Sandwiches Milk WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS '
Sliced Roll .
Candy thigh
Sliced Cand Rolls SINGLETON IIIIADIDShrimp Legs or *
4 cup puffed rice
H pound (.bout 28) caramel :
II large* marshmallows the J best recipe for folks OL Pkg. 49 YOURCHOICE t
2 tablespoons milk /UU
1 package ((8 ounces) semisweet newly moved to ,
chocolate piece GOLD KING 'ROlINHush
1 cup chopped pecan Per Pound
Heat puffed rice in a jelly '

]ing roll pan or in other a moderate shallow bake(350 VenIce Puppies 3 far $1 WINGS 1 :

degrees oven for about 10 I Take one phone call (or coupon balm), t ve
minutes; place In a well- add hostess with basked of gift! ni A
greased large bowl.,Melt together Information about tha city, stir In ,snu. -73r- I ah
the caramel, marshmallows ins hospitality and you'll lists I i naroui : )
and milk over hot and oellghtful walcoma. Just FRESH PRODUCE. ,
water or very low heat; stir lions ,
to blend over puffed
; pour :
rice, stirring until evenly McINTOSH, SWEET CRISP
Coated With buttered hands I
shape Into two 11 by 3 inch WdcoPHONE' e agon[

and rolls spread; chill.over, Melt candy chocolate rolls; Apples <.u. Bat 39 ii

roll in pecans; chill until
chocolate 1* firm. About 10 :: ?
C. 1' .
minute before serving, remove FIRM HEAD GREEN I :
from refrigerator and

slice. ----------------------1( 8e j : ,

ATTENTION! HAHf .,._ _..r __ - I I'DDRtS4 Cabbage. I ; ,

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Will the gentlemen who I u $ D
was In Wo Iworth'a Monday
0 Please hive the'" Welcome Wagon Hottest call en maO I '

and ESSAYS vented contact EMERSON1 The GON 'n I!4 would already like subscribe to tubscrita to the to the goNDOl'' I Apples' 2 "s. 25 c Upton Tea ,; e e HaH Poamel 85 1;

DOZIER The look f tt welK; Jilt out coupon, aid mall to >Circulation" _Cep. GONDOLIER t. .. Upton\Tel Bags ., .. .., I 16 "* 27 .
leg for him, l wxT,asgrne w ::' .wave-.t' i
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GONDOLIER, Venice Fl. Sun. Nov. IS, 1964 School Classes

Letters To The EditorTo Slated At NPCThe

,' I : JTmstn1 to |'Jer on Sarasota ConununJt

School Adult Division

The Editor: This 1* not a city-thus no tart a General High SchOOl

Have we fallen this low city safety precautions; side. By The REV. VICTOR MAURICE North Review Port class Oft Thurild.y lit

1'' politically walks crosswalks, and blinker .f 1 kSepdF Scout Hut Charlotte at h.

Last Thursday the Sarasota lights. Faster Venice Assembly of God The class will
I meet
morning paper carried the Mr. White also said "Those M each week for 10 weeks ones

l + .: 9 following: "SMA TH E R S safety problems were county '-- .. 7 to 10 p.m. and will be talllht tmn
SAYS THAT FLORIDA NOWIS problems not school board Peace is a wonderful thing. were willing. The price for us by Tom McDonough prS
IN GOOD WITH WASH. problems. What a wonderful thing it is to be at peace with God was pal of Englewood !

INGTON-instead of sitting In :One other fact-this new to have peace ot mind, be atpeace high, but God and Jesus School. Elemental
t ,, linin O. TIm AIIIOCIATID p1&. ID stn .
o. ftII rLoawA Parts A8IOIU'I'IO.fte
the kitchen we will be livingin school is to have 11 new in your body and in Christ, His Son were willingto Students will do reyl..
the room." classrooms and as stated soul We the pay that price that wa work in
dining so enjoy peacewe
Ar.rW P. II .._.., .tlUd r t. fw P..hHe.U 1 .1 w wan YN your English maths.
/ r .a rb..w ..dl.d. ter. _ h.l nWbd ........ Aa ..... d nrkawY.I He was referring, of course, by White It will probably have today because of the might have the peace that wadesire. matlcs science social \
t I ., .r.w dro. kar aN .... p..ATh. and have six to 12 portable sacrifice of many others. Christ died for our and literature In
was .run, .d.wtwn' ere.cwt ., sir. II ayn4ea.d .s "...__ It to the apace which he militarycomplexes claims room|. It seems rather ridiculous Many have contributed to this sins so that we might find work M American addition to
_Ir taniddw ..p N _,_ and with Hlatorr
need a Democratic pre. and stupid to put up peace Science has done forgiveness peace and Government.A .
I R.-, Yaw .d n.- IIWI t Yrrl b._ ident's otherwise this type: of school: In only 20 much. The arts have made God. He made it possible for
I : moral .. -.. 0r. Y sM At .... Offtoe !s ...... Viand. protection, acres whereas with the Osprey their contribution. Our armed us to come to God with our registration fee of $hilt
they might be shut down, or will be payable at the
have done much to sins, our burdens, our griefs time
Bite they have eighty forces
: EDWARD D. BALL ....................................... Editor and Publisher moved to another aids and could start keep and maintain peace. and our problems and to of the first meeting and It"",. '
'f I acres a complex dents will be
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager This blatant and open and have something to But despite advancements leave His Presence with nish books. For expected to fun
acknowledgement of "PORK additional In.
,I SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newsphoto Editor BARREL" politics reveals, to satisfy future immediate needs.I demandsand larger in all areas salaries of life and even shorter with peace.Why not enjoy the peace formation call Englewood

ROGER KILBY ..................................? Mechanical Superintendent me at least, the sickness and working hours, many have that passes all understanding 474-1308, or Sarasota 953.133]
1 have been Informed by a or visit the Community
malaise creeping Into our not found the peace they seek. ? This peace comes from School

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county J5.29 per year $3.25 per six months, $J.7S elections. It is the exact reverse number of reputable citizensof Where can we find teal and knowing that your sins are all office.

1 I, per three months 10 cents per copy. Out ot county: ".25 per year, (4.29 of Mr. Kennedy's call Sarasota whole and Venice Gulf Gate that lasting peace T Where can we forgiven and that you are on
to the people. "Ask not what the thing ( find the kind of peace we your way to heaven. It'syours It takes more than 7.SOO
{ per six months, $3 per.three months.A4wtwiii Bvntltv. your country can do for you School Site), I. "politics." We leek First let us realize that for the asking men and women working i la
tonMUUMi fto U. PMM Bortaa IMtMiflla Phi tairim s.ew
_. Nnr York, M I.I AUuth Gal Wean. ..... but what can you do for the are the taxpayers, why God has made us. He is the Job 22.31 says: "Acquaintnow the Capitol and in neighbor.
country" Certainly Senator weren't we informed about one who knows just what we thyself with Him, and be Ing office buildings to help

Smathers statement Is a direct such: things Why don't we need. Why bypass God In at peace: thereby good shall the 835 members of Congress

repudiation of this call get our children's educationout seeking real peace, when Re come unto thee." keep up with their jobs

: Changes At City Hall to what Is great In America. of politics and get it Into has the answer? Real peace

He calls: for what Is little. the schools comes from knowing Jesus Venice Area Church Directory I

Paul E. Sanders Arnold E. Treech Christ as Lord and Saviour. -.. --

I r i I Mrs. Blanche V. Celli has resigned at vilion, which was opened fa the public VeniceTo VeniceTo Isaiah the prophet, speaking ST. NATBAOTKI/S CHURCH EPISCOPAL PORTS CBJUBCRM PORT ciuau: >m
of Jesus, said that He wouldbe
\ I member of the Venice council and last IOU. lIDO B.k. Offlnt' mar PBKSBYTERIAH emus
a year. called the "Prince of
T.>ra W''t M Ud>UnRn ... III N. 85. .. BhiBT.
1" Mr. David Hamilton hat been appointed As a member of council: since I9S9 The' Editor: The Editor: Peace." To be at peace with p ter O. ..._ .VtanSundw THTMM I. Ntonn, NliIMm, . .

j to succeed: her. Mrs Cell! will long be remembered for Osprey residents couldn'tagree : Re: your editorial of NOT.S .. our Lord enables us to be Halt. c-m.awn.,...,.tilt 1.5..d mm.VBN1CI M Ins..n Honctar a. -11 rM-...5.M.. Wanbh_,.H.Sink MM. *.
with Mr. Field at peace with others and this -.c ,
more the Nokomis situation .as
I ,I Mr. Hamilton will be a candidate in her magnificent job as chairman of the when he stated at the meeting on election is what we need and desire.It Tonth....,..._.... Iu.d., .. .I,M pr

I I beautification She Is 'largely Oct. in to the is this that gives us inward .!: ASSEMBLY. Or ..COD... = DM. .
the December municipal election to fill city program. 28, regard In all my life I never saw a V...1.. BT-WM' .> ...- . TMdw TiM ..
I for the flower beds and Osprey school that "It's lousy and outward peace. .... Victor MurlMt PHta . .
out the remaining two yean of Mrs. responsible sorrier voting set-up. Four Many of our choice young Confer. Srhfioll UtOO ....
which added muchto and should be closed From clerks, one set of books Moralnt W,.nltfp. \I'dN M.ETnlMt Twelve MBTRODIST CHTJBCH
so '...
landscaping projects men their all that we W l LOM,
f ''I i Celli'i council term. that point on Mr. Field and gave Sirrfe, TM a. .
A to E, F to K, L to R, S to 2. uWtiomiw. Mortk Port CWlott
of the of Venice. might be assured of rmrw MMtlMV <
the charm peace.
hi the same election Mr. E. S. (Bill) City the remainder of the school I waited three hours in line .... 11'.11" _. RotHbr, tin: ta
The price was high, but they wale' Pin How I-M .
of thanks due her for her board members seems to *
I A word h (L to R) while some voters OffMtl Beds ..... TMOV
candidate succeed
Raymond a to lose sight of the welfare of .
from S to Z walked
past me
efforts to mate this better place to CHURCH 5p.
himself on the council. a our Osprey school children.It in line and signed in, voted Too Late To .... A...... PohwtthlPhot.
The best entire . MMIMJok. BFHOOPAt.: MISSION
live. wish. of the community been
has recently: and out two hours ahead .
; Mr. Hamilton served one term on council got Lonta. JMM*. FMtxr.Wonhlp At a..t ROOMFtM .
go with her In her new post as brought to our attention that of me. The same thing happened . ..._. Sl .... kW .. ... Vim
from 1958 to 1962. Mr. Raymond has there will be a new school in other lines Classify 11...., Infer Sl*. ace. 11'11I' S.
of the Venice Trailer ill
Municipal hunk IIohooIJ L"
r been a member since 1957. manager In Gulf Gate. The one item If some local candidateslost r..1k hlb.. ...hkM. . .
which Is not publicized is the RUSSELL KAYIt r.siMMANUaL. mar BAPTIST << aft
!. Both gentlemen know their around Park.And by 50 to 71 votes they By M. Bfaon. 0t .
\ -- way to Councilman Raymond and fact that the children withina can blame it on the unbelievable all started when a red. LUTHERAN: CHURCH TW B.... A.... B. CMkhrtMWSrlMolt
I 4'I city hall and are well qualified. Both have two mile radius (walking haired school teacher Mrs. lee S. T.mUoil, Troll 4M4MSr _..
Hamilton salute for their services voting system. Some suer .
a pest .._. Th. R.. Ctarta L Rw -s.w ,.
: served the city with diitinction. distance), will have to go to people waiting in the L to R Ethel Percy Andrea, after a Chunk School till .... .,. .... Sew. ........
and future. After the tedious elections this school There will be NO line got fed up, said to heck: lifetime of dedicated service Wonhlpl. 10!M *.". ll00e., W1p de..W

:'. .t\ As a member of council, Mr. Hamilton just ended, wouldn't it be nice if this buses, everyone In this area with it and went home. found herself retired on a pit! LAUSIDB LUTHERAN CHURCHml. ,I....n_..-y timed_. Peer-......

spearheaded the drive for the attractive must attend Gulf Gate and fully small pension 4 So.ll on U.S. 41Th. waa.ue' see p.... YId.tseer.
j one could be held without a contest I will never vote in Nokomis IU.. M.M> H. 11_. 4MSOMWonhlp .
j to get to school they will use She decided that retired S.Trteo.1 MiM a.send. .. pasencHURc
city hall building and the fire and police again unless a new system ....
I With the spirit of harmony now prevailing their own mode of trans teachers needed a national . Sooool. 0:11:
I o',' of voting is put in. Some .... .
Blbl.' Cbu t:ISm.
station which were completed In 1958. among council members. Venice portatlon. Basil White, Pupil clerks at times sat there doing organization to protect their .....
i Welfare, said "We have no interests and advance their riKBT CHURCH OF CHRIST. ,.. srt .. .._ II .. fii.e.r
Mr. Hamilton alto was citizenchairmanof most certainly will continue her growing nothing while the L to R SCIENTIST -. ........
intentions of sending notices line had 150 welfare. Through her efforts ..* W.t rah. *nmmfltlxUr +
I the committ. ratpontible for construe stature the finest Flor- people standing v..... sos km.iMV .
as community on the National Retired Teach-
or making announcementsthat
there getting madder by the .. 11 .. 11 Wonkfel IttM 5..
TlMh .H.SuaiUr
tion of the beautiful Venice Beach P. {tda's 1 lower west coatt. children in this area minute. era Association came into being Bokool, 11 LB.WvlnxUr. Y.... .......... ... .....
.. . ....... .
in 1917.Through S ...m.Rwllnc se Tie: wRdn.d.
will have to walk-it's a state ANDREW BOOM. II .... to 4 .p-.. ... P.rr M..ry, role
law and everyone knows It" MARONEY the NRTA she led Mir raps Sandan ond. .tmlMorh ..4 p...
. 'i Private The Job How many residents really Albee Road the fight for larger pensions, Friday ...iln, .. from T to t.

\ .. 1 Enterprise Doing know this astonishing fact? Nokomls. better living conditions low CRACK HCTHODI8T. CHURCH or CATROUOCRtJBCII TB& xPsrxAHTsas
Corer of riotd. 4 Do...
cost health and accident !Insurance
; ;I R.. lid...... DlnktafcBnMtar ....? sad M..u in
f cheaper drugs; and 8 !r Once again private enterprise is demonstrating No federal tax money no federal subsidies low cost travel opportunities.Her llTr'r' ........iI1w"nli.olr. W.... Yp. r0.r' w.

that it can provide amply for no 2 per cent loans such as the Sensing The News efforts were so successful ash:Std t til? ,,.I4 .M4 =;.... . -. /111'-' '"
that thousands of oldsters .,.. .... 55M a.
the electric-power needs of the country. rural-electric/ : get, will be Involved. SEVENTH: DAY ADVKNT1ST 0.5..... __. .... to ...
co-ops .
who could not qualify for P TnL out < R4. 41Nokomta. ..... .d ,... r ..M a..
Still, the advocates of public power continue On the contrary the WEST combine, like membership as retired t R. L.. MmtkmBMTflci.1 FU.Pwtor. .

I their cries for and all utilities will The Morals Issuement school-teachers wanted to till: om ..... lass... CALVARY klFOBMED CHURCH
more more public private-enterprise pay rrww MoMlMl W'...ta-dw ., or VBN1CB OARDKMSIMS

-power projects and for the enlargement tare to local, state and federal gov join.As a result the plan was ex TW ..,.. Pra Hush k .BUM.. Slnon MOT MMST.
and of such Historians surveying the and if the people do tended to the organization of VBNICB-NOKOMI8 PRESBYTERIAN 5e5,5 .h543e 0.55 a.
expansion existing pubic ernments. .,.. .. sass "
nations of the past, time and not dismiss those who have CHURCH Y. W.Jr a.calr
the American Association of . ....._. ,... na
mnbtari IIoW A. Bowb.I4
( -powar systems as TV A. This vast new system, it should be pointed again have traced the downfall tolerated corrupt men. Retired Persons which open Tk. RUMo. Vmta.Bndiw .

At Albuquerque, N. M. it has been out for the benefit of those who want of great states to a decline The pages of history, contemporary ed the door to anyone over 65 TeIep Brbooli_t.,U 4354053....: : BAPHAIL'S CHURCH or'ROMAN BNOLBWOOD1U OATHOLBl

announced that a group of 10 private public-power expanded Is not the first In moral values. Na as well as ancient, years of age Wonhl, .. B i.lii. ......,. (.** o.., .. WIIHua F. BWk r>*<.
tions .. .
can lose on the battlefield P.3usahlp lUlli U Oud
clearly show that the enemiesof Today AARP Is of the Woolullor *_ ,.. as
utilities, organized as Western Energy proof that the private-enterprise. utilities and suffer poverty on freedom skilled fastest ........ 11_ TJ. M4 less 5.caad ..
at growing organizationsin .
are ..
SAINT MARK EPISCOPAL _... adrd. 4 S p.
j Supply and Transmission Associates, will companies combined to erect and operate the home front but from preying on corrupt men who the nation with a membership CHURCHBMm

launch billion facilities Madison Ind such setbacks recovery usually are vulnerable to blackmail. of well over half a million M Sorrckl tnnncD CHURCH or CHBBT
a $10.5 program to provide huge power at is possible. On the other rte . Doato Dwi 1'_ OONGKBQATIONAUCHIUgTIANEVANbCUCAl.
The Soviets for enthusiastic members.
I electricity and water for nine states in and Portsmouth Ohio other hand when falls example AND BJBrORMIDTWBM. :
among a country
Although ,
their hold membershipfee .
frequently IVO.ruurr
I use over till ..... Booruml < .. B. a.h ort CUM "
the West and Southwest. The generating places, while private companies alone or under a government that la corrupt men in free lands to is only $2 per year, the Commnalon.StOH 0 Hokr .,.-
... r
h 4! facilities will be powered by coal, but, In combination have proved that they hope morally of salvation corrupt, there unless is that no force them to reveal defense benefits are numerous. Each ....O.M..ars., FamJIr U Utlt deal.MI.|U. o<.HewC. tkooeood ... ....-v._._. -5 er11r r.p..b C.dNa
member receives attractive .
I secrets. an Smlar tt tIN _. Il a.
within 20 years, will convert to atomic can plan and execute even major river- government is promptly di. magazine "Modem Ma 11.
''r energy dam projects more economically and efficiently carded. poet Everyone of high who responsibility occupies in a turity" edited for oldsters by nrrt Suulu(Hole. !h Comm,h .Mtk..... o.UM 5e.$ ..:::..tM.:::':= :.:.a.J
The. classical case la the oldsters with informative ,,. SunuMnt ol Holr-C ... as hose d C.A ... ... R.e
The having three times the than the federal tho U. S. should Interesting . .. .. .. _+ ah. +,
: system, generating agencies. history of the Roman republic. government articles wm b. o>M>r tod Solitt. .. New .554 IL R.1ahe,
on such D.,. N 1':00 a... durlne. 010. week V..w a.
J capacity of TVA, not only will provide When private enterprise does the fob In its day, Rome was the know obligation that not he has a solemn subjects as taxes, health, job URST BAPTIST CHURCH
I thousands of fobs and millions of the the cost of strongest nation on earth. employ a opportunities, and inspiring or OSPREY IOUTII .aNlCI:
taxpayers are spared planning MIssION
I' .. ..
Like the United States in person who is a potential security T. r 1 Trmfl ........ ...
our editorials.
Old E.
dollars in payroll but will mate possible and construction, continuing subsidies own time, Rome had far. risk because of his Local chapters were organized rk. (or._u.Eriwwd... 0_ real.R Iaiw a wt. A.... II- iSIS.".

j \ large economies in construction and operating and loss of tax revenues. flung military commitments.It personal peculiarities.A : where folks can enjoy .M...w.....'.-W..I.. 1,55 II........ weds w.N1.Ie sear 5.1, ...11.1.. L" _

: cods Lexington, Ky. Leader had a great system of law high government official a variety of social activities Tmlnln,,' Ukiokt' ItM r... CHRISTIAN CHURCH
j I and Roman citizenship was cannot afford a show of excessive make new friends and Hld Ermln. Wonklp, T-.M .P.. sDl : .

''U prized throughout the ancient toleration for some participate actively in Association ;n-"V...= ( M_P_.Tat y.Sv--<

. ti"I world. The Roman republic psychologically weak individual affairs.Arrangements. TUB NOEOM1S BAPTIST Wonklp, 1* Mfc
Ir\\ Y Money SingsI should have endured for for the government is were madeto TT.II D.sddd h..L till a.rlaNt .. _

many centuries, but its fate charged with the duty of defending secure drugs and appliances sweets/T: I>onrp. M.Mln. Pho' BAPTIIIT CHURCH

t :I i: If anyone ever thought of Jenny Llnd'svoice urable effect on the American I balance- was to be cut down not long the public interests for members at substantial rue a.. Dn Jots. .d..Io'71,4, ,.__Chen P_, or L VEuICSJWd LMd. Pu.s15.w

invisible Caruso of situation accentuating, the after the opening of the which transcend the concern discount through NTRA- lIu.d..&Iw.. ....".,nU. _.. .... ........ ..' ....
) as an export or as -paymanfs -
I for individuals. No in HARP stores.Recognizing .
I Christian era man drug ..,. wMl 1... 11 a. W.aur ........ II rOt ar
.1 p I J1 an aid to convertibility, we do not read gold drain and offsetting to some extent The reason for Rome's decline government should be more the need for Tm.lq'. lime. 1,51 ..... .' u...... 1:10 p..
S. 11'_.., .. '
.11I .. e.n. pwadn.W
,I. I about it In the history books. No agent the fall of other British exports to the and fall was moral cor aware of this truth than the dependable sick and accident 1I1d.wwS. ..... Y.nnes Smahu' Pa., .. :. tall
\i I 'I j ruption. It suffered defeat President of the United insurance for older folks at '.10..a. 7hu.d.r. ....
from the around when .
Treasury snooped United States market.In .
j within its own government. States For a President to a cost within their means

I (r the roughhewn miners threw their nuggets Jenny Lind's day America had more Ambitious men, with a thirst neglect: his duty to maintain arrangements were made SERVING FLORIDA SINCE l 1950

: I at Jenny feet or levied duties on the for personal power, broughtthe regular security checks on with a national Insurance
.1 I : gold and in Caruso's It had fewer woe lowest types of Romans his aides and advisers constitutes ' company to provide policy

I diamonds certain millionaires lavished on ries. Maybe we Imported better musicians, into the government of the neglect of presidential protection for in-hospital and

''I I certain divas. empire. There was corruption responsibility. Immediately out-hospital patients, doctor's

i '''I All that.Is changed now. We have the too, and the Treasury Is ,really botheredby involving thievery, and there the question is raised whether fees home nursing and nursing &70d ; cSmw !Zas
j the quality of what the dollars go for. was corruption Involving in. any man who so neglectshis costs. a
word of "The Economist" for the fact thatI
''I I But that Is fancy; the fact Is that the fluence peddling Ancient duty Is fit to be Presi Many interest members in travel expressedan ..s. r'wi... ....'.I..wM
: I the United States Treasury Is worried by but com. e-tirtie
Rome had its Bobby Bakers,
I Treasury had better start rival rock and dent.Moreover plained that most available
I the Beatles, who this fiscal year will drain to be sure. But the darkest if the President
I I roll groups if it wants to stop the drain. stains on the Roman nation surrounds himself with men tours moved too fast for them CordIally/ //
\ over $10 million from the pockets of and provided little or no consideration
I I The minute one comes up we ara apt to came when men of ugly personal who peddle Influence or who for the aged.
I, 1,1I, tt I American youngsters (or their papas and Dillon drinking domestic vices gained places of have dark personal vices, he The association WelcomesYou
) promptlyset
see Secretary (
r t I mammas) for movie rentals, records, and power near the summit of sets an example for the gov. up a travel bureau and
out of its shoes.Baltimore.
champagne the Roman government.These ernment. If corruption is tol-
royalties on such items as wigs, shirts, and employed a tour director.
urgly vices were over created and protected at the Family
f When and Your
you go shopping for
t ;! wallpaper The Beatles are having a maw Md. Sun
I j I It /.el! looked or concealed from the top of government, it Is only travel rates with a group of
I I Roman people. Men with a matter of time before it over half a million behind !
I : deeply corrupt moral characters spreads, like throughout To*Your New j Home(
cancer -
you it I isn't hard to get just
: '; Library I Column I occupied the seats of the entire governmental about anything you want at

I l'tllJ 'I' power or served as the principal structure.In rock-bottom prices.
I II \I advisers and lieutenants this critical time, the FloridaIt
B. LARZ The Sfofe of
j By NEWTON to the leaders charged with American people should think ,

Editor, FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY defending Rome. Because the interests they were of terioratlnp-long and hard moral about climate the d in. It our desire to make you,M I welcome

j j 4'', IN his day Richard Brlnsley Sheridan Sheridan found time to win a seat In corrupt they were more con this country and the causes and to acquaint you with your city.

was the wittiest of men, a playwright Parliament where he shared honors with cerned with their pleasuresand for It. They should be concerned
; their vices than they first of all, that the WA1CHfOR
j theater and politician Edmund Burk. In the forensic assault
manager up were with the security of the Presidency: is free of any

Today he Is remembered chiefly for on Warren Hastings in his impeachment: Roman republic. Ultimately. stain or question of neglectof 1HE If you ore new In /Ae area, fI phone

his two comedies: The Rivals and The trial. He supported Catholic emancipation the barbarians overran duty. This issue-the issue
j Rome, where liberty had of the moral character: of the BIG\ cowf'/ // brIng? you a prompt w'ltfrorn
1. School for Scandal. when it was unpopular and with
been nurtured and the Senate American government transcends
I In Th. Rivals wa encounter the i.c Incongruous Burke championed the American Colonies. had been the glory of any matter of person your /ocaAotress./ Please/ gin Aft a co/////

Mrs. Malaprop. Also he managed the famous Drury republican government In the al popularity economic programs She has mops anti many free and wonderful
ancient world.
or whatever. If the
i After nearly two centuries Th. School Lane Theatre.In What happened to Rome American government la not 3 gifts for you from /local businesses

I for Scandal remains "the one perfect the Public Library of Venice area should have special meaning a clean government, the

4 for Americans as they ponderthe United States cannot survive
I comedy of manners In the language" according more may be learned about a charming
moral In Washington And if
meal there Is moral un- MRS. ETHEL TUCKER
I I.t to biographer Hesketh Pearson. personality. Recommended: the biographyof In the fall ,of JM4.! The cleanliness In Washington today a4V c.

1 i ,1 ; It was George Washington's favorite play. Richard Brfnstey Sheridan In BRITISH United States of America ., then the U. S. electorate s. 420 Nokomis Ave. Venice Florida

.I Theatre lovers from Venice saw.a, superb AUTHORS BEFORE 1800. could suffer its own decline should exercise Its right I to PHONfi48MIJ44Th.
and fell if men of ugly vices restore decency before it Is ;
performance at the Asolo The..lrs* USE YOUR LIBRARY are not rooted out of govern-- too )ate..
d .

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Christmas The GONDOLIER Venice FT*. Sun. Nor 16. 1964-5 I ,

Optimist Club To Sponsor Series Of Six : It: }

pens Thursday Narrated Travel Films Again This Year i ; i '

two-day Christmas BaWomen's Christ begins Thursday I For the second year Optimists tertaineri, the sponsors said are available at Young's Gift i''
I of Fellowship (at Venice Garden I Club of Roberts Bay I Time and location of the Nook 227 W. Venice Ave., or ,
nice United Church of Center I will present a series of color showings will be announcedin from Optimist members
travelogues and personal narrations the near future, accordingto Proceeds from the Auburn I"
by the photographers Optimist Member Chuck show will go to Loveland
beginning In January I Reiter Jr. He or Frank Bemm School for Retarded Children.
Two repeat performances, may be called for further information Proceeds from the remaining ,
A'asst by Robert Auburn and Col. five shows will go into the Ly. j I:
+ John C. Craig are on the six- Tickets which may be used ceum Building fund for con. ,
program agenda .Auburn will singly or for a group, will be structlon of a large civic and ; t +'
appear here Jan T with $921 for all six films They special events building. )i.t .
"Jeweled Cities of North Africa :

March," and 18 Col.with Craig"Golden on Christmas Residence Tour : I

; Beaches of Mexico." IfI.r. I
? Other films and their narrators
ro 'rJ'ltht
; ek.P, ;d ; Rivers will of France"be: "Along by Phil the Planned For Dec. 4-5 f :

: : Walker on Jan 21! "Denmarkand Eight area homes decorated W. Barnes Jr. of 440 Sham I :
# the Danes" by Arthur M. for the holiday season, will rock Blvd., Venice Gardens. ,I I
'a srlY. t't Dewey on Feb. 4; "The Ancient be open Dec. 4-5 In the third A $1 donation entitles the )j :1
World Athen to Cairo"by annual residence tour sponsored holder to view all the homes. "
Gene Wlancko on Feb. 18, by Woman's Society of The ticket for the tour is a N"
; and "Valley of the Rhine" by Christian Service of Grace booklet containing the list of
; Clifford Kamen on March 4. Methodist Church. homes and locations. They J
All lecturers are nationally Homes to be exhibited are may be procured from any II
9 k* known photographers and en- those of Col. and Mrs. M. B. member of WSCS or at any "
Paschal of 315 San Marco; of the homes,
Miss Blanche Colt and Mrs. Hours will be 1 to 5 pm .C ;
; Christmas Sale Giles P. Miller of 1125 S. and 7 to B p.m. both days.
; Harbor Drive; Mr. and Mrs Decorative themes at the
Ralph Roach of 379 Pepper. homes will be: "Happy Holiday .
; Of Art
BeginsAt tree Road Venice Gardens; Home" "Holiday Treats
Mrs N. M. Wellman of Sunrise and Trimmings" "Noel," ,
RinglingFor Drive, Nokomis; Mr. and "Gingerbread House,"
; Mrs. Fred Gibbs of 444 Sham. "Christmas Delights,"

the sixth season, the rock Blvd., Venice Gardens; "Christmas Manna," "Merry .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gambleof Christmas Home" and 1
; Ringling Museum of Art will
sponsor a "Christmas Prints" South Venice Blvd: Mr. "Christmas Barn." J '
T OF THE CHRISTMAS BAZAARS In the area It being ; exhibition and sale of original and Mrs Harry Williams of
Thursday and Friday at.V.nic. Gardens Recreation graphic art by American and 460 Forest Way Venice Gardens y t
er by woman of' Venica. United Church of Christ. Some European masters. This and Mr. fend Mrs. Louis
items which will b. offered for tale are shown with year's show will open to the
of the, left to right, Mrs. Herbert C. Elam r public Nov. 29 and continue In Gives WSCS TalkMrs. ;/
galleries 18 and 221 until
D. W. Stirling and Mrs. E. C. Miller. ) .. Dec. 27. J. K. Hill will present WATCH 1
Approximately 100 prints a program on "Women in the '
Mrs Schneider Hosts have been selected by Museum Church in New Nations" at FOR THE'(
fC Familiese of Art Curator Robert the meeting of Woman's Society
Auxiliary Luncheon O. Parka from dealers In Baltimore of Christian Service of B\G\ 1

Movies ?Sr,. Charles Schneider Boston and New Church Venice Nokomis Methodist ; :
York. Among the artists represented Tuesday
Laurel will be luncheon hostess are: Ensor Mlro, I The meeting will be held at a
ednesday to past presidents of NoVel Calder DuBuffet Lam Hill, ; the church fellowship hall at
Post 150, American Leglon I Wells Schwartz Henry 7:30 p.m. The program continues Lt3V.S.C. ,
Auxiliary Thursday Moore and Paone and this the theme for the year
ret' films scheduled 12:30: p.m. at her home
are season works will be offeredat "Summoned to a New Age."
'emily Movie Night Wed- Laurel. ( prices from $4 to $350. Devotions will be conductedby ; i
sy I at Venice Yacht Club. Co-hostesses will be Mr. ) On Nov. 28 at 8 pm. a Ethel Blalock Circle and i.i it
ooney Birds" filmed on David Moulton. All visiting special members 'preview reception Ruth Circle members will be t
,iy Island, has been past presidents of Legion Auxiliaries will be held at the hostesses. Members and
d the most hilarious birdre art invited. Those Museum of Art. Members will friends of the church are In- 1
of all time. Excerptsthis planning to attend are requested attend at 8 pm. when they vited. i,' I
film have been to notify Mrs will be entertained in the Rubens \
n on the "Today" show Schneider. ] Room with entertainment
orpolse Posse" features by a group of madrigal EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
ever-smiling porpoise inn singers under the direction of
Shown in this film are 1 I Jerome Meachen. EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
ads of capture of these Other Items offered will be TRADITIONAL
>v creatures and their ad- The sixty-first annual Ingathering copies of antique and medev- t "t.
nents to a new life at of Seventh-Day Adventlsts al Jewelry, original Roman Let us style your favorite vase
neland near St. Augus- is underway and the coins, richly illustrated books, or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.Rtwir'ing .
Florida. Nokomis Church appeal Is being Venetian glass and leather, t
long the Gaspe Road" (Is headed by the pastor, Mr. boxed notes of works of art a a Restyling
cumentary record of the R. 1., Matthews. with envelopes and art Christmas a All Lamp Repairs ,

a Peninsula in Nova' Free will donations are being fl/L cards. Work by Experienced Designers end I
ia, showing the beauty of solicited at area homes All gift selections may be Craftsmen
rugged wilderness, and businesses and on Christmas made at the Museum of Art
lives of Its people. sales desk in Gallery 1 and
caroling tours during the purchases be made during THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
e movies will be shown week preceding Christmas
8 p,m., and members Sol Hunter Is In charge of the regular museum hours, 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
ng to dine prior to the Carolers. daily B am to S p.m. and on I
from 1 to 5
Sunday p.m. p.m.
ng should call the club A. J. Riley heads the business .
eservations. gift team and Mrs William J.
Prutzman wife of the
nner-Dance church's first elder is in
charge of the house to house SENIOR CITIZENS-HEAR THIS !

lebrates Does canvassing Mrs. Fanny Pel-
to Is in charge of mail P&O now offers you a special low fare of $49 for S-S Florida 3 end 4 day cruises 'j Ito
tributions. Mrs. Thora TravisIs I
ghth Birthday treasurer. Nassau. Fifty of 200 first-class staterooms reserved for you en each cruise.

I Eighth Anniversary of The 32-member local Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and leisure (. i
volent and Patriotic Or. church Is located on Pocono
of t Does, Drove 141, will Trail Church services are on aboard the newly refurbished l and redecorated S-S Florida 'j I
elebrated with a banquet Saturday. at 11:15: a.m.
dance Saturday at Elks The Ingathering a missionsand 1 1 I PHONE OR'WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS NOW
charity appeal supports
and their husbands welfare work disaster relief Ij
guests will meet at 6 p and medical and educational f
for cocktails and then activities In 196 countries. It
>\. rib roast dinner will Is conducted yearly from mid.
j '
served at T pm. There November until Christmas.Donations 'I
I be a short program be- may be mailed to
' the dance, for which Ev the Seventh-Day Adventist GALA CRUISES
"son's Arlatocats will Church, Bay Point and Poco- '

made lid reservations, through Thursday"should, Wednesday S-S FLORIDA # t
(Elks Club. CWF '

Christian Women's Fellowship
E LITTLE FOXES" of First Christian Church MIA: NASSAU i
I BE (Disciples of Christ) will meetat !
the home of Mrs. Richard '
'''ting of Lillian Hellii McClellan Wednesday at '
"The Little Foxes," 10:30 a.m. SPECIAL FARE FOR p .
I. Theatre's third play of The address Is 301 Pine All meals- Cap J
Mason will be held Sun- Tree Road, Venice_ Gardena. SENIOR CITIZENS tain's Dinner! Full entertainment pro '. l
, Nov. 22 at I p.m. at the Director floor shows
lire I --- (Minimum Ages: grarn-Crui. ,
------- ----- '
r>Pts are now available at Men 65. Women 62)) movies games and prizes, calypso
Mice of Dr. Luther Luck bandl! Captain's Cocktail Party! }
Venice Shopping Center ALL V' $ Continental breakfast! Midnight : P
ng office hours. I'9 snacks! Duty-free. shopping on board!

We from the deep South ONLY SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING II j
at the LITTLE irtetln: Ikn Iutuir HOTEL . docks at
need for for"THE
Wednesday 8.00 for tryouts 18.18611 aowt raMlllnn famous Bay Street i '
octal of Dmmbir ,
bridge afternoon !
:wilce-Nokomis Woman's 14 M and SI, lead In Nassau

Wednesday at I pm. to open Feb. 5. Plant. emS'sNe .
nave as hostesses Men and '
eI Victor Retty Sr., H. L. .( ;h
liolomew I and Mark"S. Theatre Bldg f "

) 1(tu.

t h ;

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I,TU GONDOLIER Venice, Fla.. _S",, .. Nov. TS. -? I !

Business Personals Veterans Day --- i'1 .

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LUMBER CO. More than For Volunteers'A
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1003 N. Washington Blvd.' but solemn program on the CN

CLASSIFIED ADS Houses For I Sarasota lawn of the American Legion call for volunteers to WA
SaleIF RentalON Mobile Homes hall in observance of Veterans aid in an all-out one-day
call membership drive for the YNEBtG
CASH RATES Day.Principal. FOR
YOU ARE SHOPPING for CASEY KEY. 2 Bedrooms ELLIOTT PAUL speaker the Venice Area Chamber of .

a modern in City the utmost 2 baths, living room MOBILE HOME OWNERS for Rev. Arlo L. Lelnback was, vicarof Commerce has been issued 1a

12-Word MinimumONE In comfort, neatnesi with fireplace. Completely CAN SAVE INSURANCE ROOF TRUSSES St. Da"ld'u Episcopal by C. A. (Nick) Keller VACC
and quality close to stores' furnished. Screened porch $ f f WITH NEW MOBILE executive director.
Church, who spoke on the
schools hospital and beach, gulf. Private Alum Windows ft Door, is
INSERTION8e facing dock. By HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE limitations of rights and freedoms The membership canvass
you should not miss seelni week, month or season. Call POLICY Contract Roofing ft Painting in the world Said scheduled for Wednesday,

Per Word : this lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath 488-5532. Exclusive with Edge-Van Phone 488-2132 Venice the Rev. Mr. Lelnback today., "Lib- Nov. 18.Keller.
home. Central heat and air.
Orsdale Agency. said the volunteer
erty provides freedom but not
con d., dishwasher ROOM with private bath.
disposal, at Chamber
AND THURSDAY built.In stove : Couple or.single. Venice Gardens Example: the right to trespass upon our group
SUNDAY plus regrifera $ 4,000 Broad Form Perilson PersonalRETIREE neighbor . and entails the headquarters at 8 am. for }
tor. Loads Phone
of cabinets and 4883853. before starting out
Coach (No deductible acceptance pf the social responsibilities breakfast C
70e Each storage This WANTS MALE
custom-bulll retired
on windor and restrictions and reassemble at Fisherman's Ve
home, let time on mkt. Car FOR RENT: hail) companion to drive. for Wharf for a noon 1

EC Each Additional Word give possession short notice 2 or 3 or 4 BEDROOM HOME 1,200 On Contents (includes shop and help with meals. 1 required!." freedom's survival luncheon before continuingthe

A real buy. Terms can be arranged Completely furnished 2-BR Theft at no pay all .xpen.... Write S. A.,, Clifford Hill drive throughout the afternoon.
Fa. Ant AIIoC.. tJo" In .I...aI.h" .. Save $1000,00 by deal home plus 2 adjoining 1-BR additional cost) Box '746 Venice.Household. commander and past Americanism .
, 00.. It a .h.r.. 0' II wnu ing direct. Unfurn. Or furs efficiencies which can be 400 Additional Living i
.... let ... .....RIon. II .... dW to move right in. Call 488- used as 3rd and 4th bedrooms Goods chairman, then presented f
for ,IMOrtlor 1 thtraaflar.A Expense an American flag to Mr.
trnlna iharvo. of 16 ..t. la 3943, or be rented out. AU for $125 10.000 Personal Liability and Mrs. Harold Hall -
110I,.oi.um54r for. OM I."1..the.11.$ Gondollor 54 SI..Uled P. O. 2 BEDROOM, 2 Baths, near mo.Furnished yearly 3-room In 250 Medical Payments DIVAN Lawson, old gold, the wifnltAnnouncement organizedMasonic ROGERS (PHONE 488.3275))
PLUS other extensions of orfier
Gulf. By appointment. oil boucle 2 cushion. fine Shrine
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Gulf St.. Venice. Venice Season $500. coverage too numerous to condition. Low, price for quick was made of
Several nice cottages for ELECTRONICS-
mention disposal. 4884152. the annual Union Thanksgiving .
One Edition, par Inch ,$3.0CBoth ( m V seasonal rentaL 57.00 per year In City or Service to be held Nov.

Edition, per Inch .$3.SC New "The Palms" New PHONE 488-3242 adjoining parks. Slightly LIMED OAK Morris of Cal. 26 at the Community Presbyterian We are now open et our new location,
outside of fire ifornla dinette set. 5 up.
higher pro- Church and the Backto
LINER ADS Two bed rooms two I baths filched home. In quiet tection. holstered chairs and glass top God program scheduled 135 E. TAMPA AVENUE
New Design N.w Features EDGE-VAN ORSDALE table. $50. Phone 488-5114. Nov. 29 at St. David's Church.
neighborhood. Seasonally or
$1.30 Per Inch Large Lot Paved Street yearly. Phone 4884717. AGENCY KING SIZE BLACK ANGUS Both events will be at 10 a.m. FeaturiiM tales end tervice on radio, telavUioneitinni ,_
116 W. Venice Ave bind and marine communication equipment

No City Tara 4 ROOM DUPLEX :2 bedrooms Telephone 4S8-Z289 with ROTISSIERE glass door. Model broiler No.oven 58 SETCHELL-CARLSON DEALER

CANCELLATION or Acacia Lane "Queen Palms" screened-in porch., u Used once; Electrolux floor Money To Loan

ADJUSTMENT U.S. 41 to Albe Road, to Seasonal Roberts Bay Drive. Situations Wanted waxer, three polisher brushes
Nokomis Phone 4881333.. BUSINESS OR PROPERTY
Itqueiti for cancellation . Shore Road; follow ligni. light weight easy to ue. Loans. Unlimited funds aw..q rI
FURNISHED 3 ROOMS end EXPERIENCED in general Antique Hepplewhite drop.
or .dj Ultm.nt because of arroi or Duplication available. Personal appointment
dining tablo
mahogany ,
office secretarial and
bath. Menendes work
bt mad for Thursday arranged. S. M.. Box:
must will seat eight Ph. 488 1908.
D. W. Radford Corp. 517 Menendes St. Ph. bookkeeping. Available 12 746.
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 pjn 4883012. 15 hours per week. Write B.
Monday. For Sunday GON Bldrs. I R. 746 Venice APARTMENT SIZE ELECTRIC I
on Box ,
DOLIER BEFORE 5 2 BEDROOM, nicely furnished : STOVE. Almost new Legal USED I CARS
pun or 488.4885 LIKE NEW
duplex. Yearly or sea : WILL DO HOUSEWORK, typing II Whirlpool Dehumidifier Ph
Thursday. all 4881221. NOTICE or INTENTION TO
488-6651 sonally. Utilities furnished phases bookkeeping. ,
Phone 488-3125 Phone 4888127. Phone 4883551.EXPERIENCED. Tfco undmliiud *> hanhr _ur,
Misc. For Sale ...
RANCH HOME beautifully 3 ROOM FURNISHED Apartment LAUNDRO- I U tint Vmtea tW ..'--..oroducUiia1., Moor tho an flrtltlooi Apiary '65 MUSTANG ............................ New
landscaped 3 blocks to Far MAT work electrical and ...... of HONEY: POT RANCH and
Houses For Sale $65 yearly $100 seasonaL FULL SIZE BED, mattressand .. aall firm a) tompoood o< tho '01.| V-8 Automatic Air Condo
3 I Golf Course. Large living Convenient to Venice, washer repair. 60 years old I fcmini poraona whoat ..... and

and dining space kitchen, 2 beach and shopping Call 474- man permanent. Phone 474- 488-2374.springs $75. Phone plaoa) of Buaraav...Id....era.'s Harkor aa followIAlfrad DrrM.Mlcha.1 '64 CHEVY IMPALA .......... Like New
CITY OF VENICEOn Bedrooms, 2 baths large utility 2569. 2484. I V.,....
screened porch, O. Omwk. IIS Gloa o.kawe Power Steering & Auto. Tram.
beautiful Nokomla Ave.
V.Ir.O.n.nhlv .,
horn electric heat, air conditioning, STORE ROOM or Office BOOKKEEPING at home or SIMMONS, traditional sofa, of tho kmlnoM known
2 with Bedroom Florid, 1 room Bath, living double carport, tool room. building W. Venice Ave. your office. 23 years experience I bed; overstuffed chair; .. HONEY POT RANCH to M (ofcAlfnd '63 CADILLAC DEVILLE ........ Loaded
Write 2, Laurel. Italian marble top side table; IoWII :
room with fireplace, dining Tel. 4886262. Call 468-9916 or 488-1347. Box -_. M POT net 4-Door Hardtop
coffee table American
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room ewer,,kitchen.ildewalk City water paved, BARGAIN $5,950 I I. BEDROOM House on the Female HelpWanted I Cornice; mahogany dining .to of our Uw InUtitlnn Ciralt Court to pplr I.! ttwCltrk forCwuota '63 OLDS 98 ............................ Loaded
2 BEDROOM, 1 bath masonry water. Nicely furnished suit consisting of breakfront Count Florid. to r...U-
street Beautifully landscap construction, 80x100 ft. : long or short term. NPC. Ph. drop-leaf table, 6 chairs and *r Oh. Mid nun, HONEY: POTRANCH 2-Door Hardtop
widor tho provliloni of Chap ;
ed. A real buy at $12,900.NOKOMIS .
lot. Partially furnished. To 4883681. buffet. Misc. Items Sacrifice m some, Uw, .1 Florid Aott of
0 0 0 close estate I FEMALE RECEPTIONIST Call 488-5879 1841. '63 TEMPEST ........ A Very Clean Car
WI" our bead t11 10. 4e II0aIGbtr.
$8,600. 1 Bedroom 1 bath, 2 APARTMENTS furnished, Age 33 to 56. Must be nest U14LFRED 2-Door, Auto., Heater
Home for growing or large completely furnished. 2 acres have some office experience, USED TYPEWRITER wanted BUERFAU.: I

family. 4 bedrooms, 2Vi with 35 fruit trees. i teason.on Dona Boat Bay.dock By and year fish-or type end have nice personality. - Must be in good con N..MICHAEL 1. I, II, II Go, tree GERACR.Publah4 '63 CHEVY BELAIR .......... A Fine Buy (i'
baths living dining Phone 488 3866. dition. C. M., care The CONDOUER .
room Lot 120x100 ft. Full price .
For call Auto. R&H
appointment 2 Door 6-Cly, ,
kitchen. Many extrai Box 746 Venice.
room 900.( Close to new waterway. 4884698. IN TAE COUNTY IU"OI" COURT
in this home o 0 Priced. $11,250.CITRUS High 300x300 and ft.dry.commercial So. DEALERS MORE ARE NEEDED! FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. STATE IN AND OP FOR FLORIDA.SARASOTA IN fBOBATB.COUNTY '63 CHEVY IMPALA ............ The Best f

HIGHLANDS Trail[ frontage. , SPACIOUS 1 ROOM APT. Housewives wishing to add to Fuel oil deliveries. S&H IN FLOYD Kit &N.1 H. NOEL; FI... No. hIT 4DrH.T.., P.S., Auto, R.H., Auto. ,'
Large living room with fireplace the family income demonstrating Green Stamps. Standard D.d.NOTItJI '"
Tastefully furnished, 2 bed- FRAN EVANS, Realtor, unfurnished $60 attractive, practical, Service. Across from : 0" INTENTION TO MAKE A Fine Car
per Heating CUTLASS
room, 1 bath, C.B. home.Well Phone 488-1553 APPLICATION FOR FINAL 019CHARGE. 62 OLDS ........
mo. yearly lease. Close to money saving TUPPER- fire station. 4884052.
landscaped on paved 2190 South Trail. Venice shopping centers. 720 Golf WARE. Nationally advertised Notloo to hmfcr. .. ... tW. vo h... I Auto., RH Air r
mod our final u eoHEonitoof
street. Pricd to sell for only Dr. Venice. Call 924-8819 collect and has terrific customer acceptance .
Pets tho oiuu of I'LOYD H. NEEL
11500. Real EstateHAS after 5pm. and demand. For ..-. that .. bo. fllad a .....01.. I I.d' \. '62 PONTIAC CATALINA. Like New ,
for flnol dlnhai.. honln and that .. I I
0 0 0 further information write MINIATURE POODLE .. H.T., Loaded I
pup. tho lit dw 01 Doumbtr I : w.lll 4-Dr.
FRANK YOUR PROPERTY TUPPERWARE P. 0. BOX' pies. Fine registered pedigrees. I aoplj, to Th. Honorable : . T ;
Realtor BEEN FOR SALE STILL A LONG NOT nished. LaureL fU"1 11166, St. Petersburg or call 6 weeks old. 488-4109, Graham. Florida Count, for Judg..5 approval SanaoUCountr. of ...IdIle '62 FORD GALAXIE ..............._ See It

251 W. Venice Ave. SOLD TIME? AND WE HAVE CUS- room. $70 monthly. No 3448331. I 4742567. ,.eo.seen xoruton..tadm of aald final.....dlKhamu 4-Dr. HT. R.H., Auto. & Air'

Phones: 488-1600 or 488.2649 children. 4883916. D.tod thHa d.r of Norankor,
FOR i.
HOMES TOMERS WEST LOOKING OF TRAILIN I Help WantedFULL Autos For Sale Ittl JESSIE T. KEEL '62 SAAB SEDAN ................ Like, New
VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bedrooms ON THE' BEACH at Casey 2-Door
2 Baths sewingroom CITY. BYRON MAR- 1 and 2 bedroom I 1964 RAMBLER AMERICAN B.end"r Bank and Tnut Comoanr (
REALTOR PHONE Key OR PART-TIME dance B, :. Whltartt. Vie.. PNaId.1 I
dining room, living KLE apartments. Seasonal, $1,000 i teachers Reded. Training I 2-door sedan. Under 3000 .end Tr.t 05th.,. '61 FORD WAGON ................ Loaded :

room, large kitchen double 488.4706.__ and 1200. Call Don Heath available Apply 1233 Gulf- I miles. Priced to sell $1650.00, tat A. Bro W. size utility room with tub and CHOICE WATERFRONT lots 488.2151 or 488.6688.SLEEPING I stream Ave., Sarasota. I with warranty. Phone Owner, V..t.. FA/d./ .

cupboards, screened porch for sale. Direct from owner. I Venice 488-3233 Atttrnq )I hw 0' .,.Id e. as_. n..ut'.N.Publbhl .5. lH4. '61 METRO ................ Nice Clean Car t
with drop awnings, air conditioner Terms or cash. Ph. 4882738. ROOMS $12 per TV. TOP-NOTCH TECHNIC.
and other ex week. Outside entrance. I 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne, j i
.. $13,900 many for quick sale BUY L-A-N-D FROM komls area Phone 488. No-I. annual IAN. salary Better to than qualify.average Several 2-door sedan Must sacrillce. N THE AND FOB COUNTY SARASOTA JUDGES COUNTY COURTIN '61 FIAT............................. Clean Car

Immediate possession. Call N-O-W-L-A-N-D I salary raises will earn Practically new tires STATE OF FLORIDA. IN PROBATE; 4-Dr., 1100 Series New Tires I
I Radio. Motor over- IN RSt >t.t. of
488-6474. SALE Due to death In $7,500 No layoffs. I i
family lovely modem 2 Apartment. Heated pool. On Also needed per year.a second technician lauled. New muffler, new PorMaMii ELIZABETH HATS i TOO 151T '61 Karmann Ghia ........ A Good Buy e
B-A-R-G-A-I-N-S-T W. Venice Ave. Weekly or I seat covers Call for appoint- NOTICEOF' tNTENTIOM MAKE
Bath Home in Gulf annual bests Alpha Coupe H.T., R.H.
B R. 2 on
WE HAVE THEM I III 1 I IA Reverse monthly. Phone 4883681. I ment. f88.3864.CHEVROLET. .
of Venice. Music & 19
View section Appliance, years
LICENSE TO STEAL (atmost cycle airconditioningand opp. Theater. Coupe Notloo K..korobr tlwi ,that h..00..1 th.- '60 OPEL ...................... A One Owner
Sport tenltmd "oucutor of
) Christmas only. ONS; BEDROOM, CB House
until Fire place ELIZABETH MATE:, _ad, haiIlltd
heating. I 1964. 6500 miles 488-
Income tax and other legitimate with large screened porch COUPLE for yard and Phone potltlot lor an ordor. of dUtri- '57 METRO To Operate ''
porch, garage. Landscaped Call general 8731. ,.tlo..nd final dliohario oat..od .......... Cheap
these Laurel. $75 mon.
reasons n per
cause large trees. Special maintenance work for hat on th. lit dar of Duomlior,
owners to sacrifice lots. many 488.2639; after 6 488.3539. : home. Not a motel. I HI. h. will apply' to Tho Honorable '
Beautiful 30 day sale price 17500. Used Trucks John T. 0"", Coontr Judio ofSaraflota 63 ECONOLINE BUS. See This One
corner Gulf Shores o 0 Salary and modern house I County Florida, for appro-
1 block from Gulf make an BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED with refrigerator and : .1 I of ,am.: and for final dtipharro.IOUI8 ,
offer Waterfront Venice Gardens IN ARTIST ACRES, Engle- bedroom, home on stove for USED TRUCKS LARRY MATK.. JR..,. '63 CORVAIR PANEL .......... 3 Speeds I
100x200 ft. lot. Large garage supplied. Ideal re. ; Ai E..ut. of Ii' Fatato
mowed free of growth wood Nokomis Ave., Available for MWIAL nuns) allubotlt 14aw. d.era I
tired coupleGive length
In water for building shad trees. ONLY $1,295. the season. References exchanged. : OH : A. Bradford 8.lth.IIT '61 VOLKS PICK-UP .... .. A Buy
ready TERMS. of residence in Florida and a-wCOUT.Delvx W. Miami A or hold for Investment. Several o 0 0 0 Byron Markle references. Write M. K., Box: NEw MODELS /. Florida.Attornw .

Inside lots Venice Gardens RENT OR SELL 3 Bed- Realtor, Phone 4884706. 746 Venice. WEST IN 81OCK COAST Nor for Exoeutar.publ.hi 1:. e. 1, II. 1M4. '58 INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP ..Good
2 lots lake in
on big
in Nokomis f
4 Wheel Drive
South Venice. 2 S.V. lots $400. room close to schools, church Mobile Homes10'zSS' Business Personals TRUCK SALES NOT TO (REGISTER UNDER I

Several lots Bayshore, make and stores. Docking prlvi- KM M. Wuhlnito BM FICTITIOUS NAMB STATUTE:
an offer. One lot Country furnished. 1960 TAMPICO, with TYPEWRITERS and Adding . Notloi U honor dm that. thoImlinoi. ...
ledges. Partly to ...... I. .b.h. ,
AND'NIGHT I doilrlnf
Club Estates (near beautiful 7,450.00 $65 monthly. 2 bedroom., 2 baths, 10x30 Machines (mechanically operated DAY SERVICEON n_ . OU".m n... of ESTIL'SNEW
new Mobile Home Park). o . 0 endure Cabana with raised ) Chemically cleaned ALL MAKE TRUCKS, ERN/II a''oZZE'8 .AUTO UPHOLSTERY Wort.V.nleo. . :
121 Vialeo ATOOUO
Don't wait, see these right TCORNER LOT In Gulf View and tiled concrete floor. Also like new. Just $12.50 plus FARM EQUIPMENT 5AUTO'S. at Florida. Inland to nvtotor tha 'i
81OW Venice. Sewer- new white aluminum 12 ft x parts if required. All makes laid ...... with tho Chrrk of tho Clr-
'. section of COMPLETE FRONT and for SaraioU Coun'Wtoi -
Court In
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O' 0 water-paved street 3 blocksto 40 ft. carport with concrete Venice Stationers, 211 W. ... & USED CARS
GULF BEACH RIGHTS Gulf, Bay and Civic Center -' floor. On nicely landscaped Venice Ave. 4886113.Dressmaking. END ALIGNING. ::. our hand and official aoah

nice 2 bedroom home, fire- $38.00 F.F. ot. AU this for only 4750. Inquire I' thai M d'ERNIE r of Oetobrr a O'kEIE'1MI.S 215 S TRAIL PHONE 488-6541
place, 1% blocks to gulf city 0 0 at office of Fla. Pines ? alterations You're Bat Values Are. AUTO UPHOLSTERY. 1
water and sewer assessmentspaid HOME in VenIce Mobile Home Court, The Trail draperies, ete. Seasonable. Jullaa All. Elalno Ernoit Jonaa Jonaa flJoollP..loh. !
furnished. Needs some 2 blocks to Beach Casino and Englewood Road or Ph. ..IUt _._No.. e. 1, ft. H. 1M4

redecorating but a sacrificeby Beautifully and tastily 488-5473. !
widow lady for $11,450LUXURIOUS 3 bedrooms 2 I
o 0 0 0 10'x42' TAMPA MAID Tax State-Federal Wage

tome plus oversized S BR 2 Efflcl-Bath baths.dining area Large dishwasher, Electric room built., 8'x38'13'x42'Moon.Aluminum Cabana, yoUI'Reports home Personal Champion Typing typist ., Real I Estate C ornertDi I : '.

ency Apartment with nice Kitchen large lanai withtropical Inspect at State Road Department 10 ;years experience. NominalFa Di I I

kitchen, bath and private entrance in mixer and barbe- Maintenance Yard, Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 I
plants Fla.
near beach. Owner Complete linens goodchina I Sarasota, Florida. Phone 355- Banyan Drive Venice,

will> take big loss for quick cue. and silverware will 7106. Phone 488-5254.

sale Rock bottom price of rent for 3 winter months. I WHY PAY RENT?

WOO takes it. Price $2,500. Ref. exchanged I WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. INTERESTED ?
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488-376S-48841 Rea'/ for Terrazzo floor. Fish in your own yard. .t
Tamlaml Trail W' -
Owner IN VENICE 2500 sq. ft. S. H. N. m me r *
lot. veniCery warehouse space $125. mo.BUSINESS SPECIALIST IN :
Sick l North. Must 0 0 ESTATE AND INSURANCE
sell now. See us for this one. LOT on E. Venice a Lubricate Chassis for Western Union Telegraph Lees Then, tiOOQ Down I'
o 0 0 0 traffic potential , S Brake Repairs Agent I ICLOS&D
BIG SACRIFICE: In Venice, Ave 500 Future% Increase. On- ) Front End Alignment a OH Ghana Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I HAZEL I I. CONN j jlliG.

I bedrooms, 2 baths, screened Terms C Front End Overhaul a Adturt HedllgM, tem SUNDAYS
Porch oversized double ly $5000. f C Wheel Balancing Electrical Repaln a.At SSTATS BROIU SALS) Sk OVMN tlMPi'iTAMIAMI 'J ''i 1

be larage-vorkshop. Can easily SALE On account of 100 e Engine Overhaul e Any Automatic or Standard HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TRAIL NORTH.' .. 4W-II4I Or ALBM-, CD.pt11LaM MOCOHflC--ItA.riONSSl 1 ,"

converted to home cent disability, a profitable C Radio Repairs Trantmltflon RepairAlrcondltleBlnq
per I
ed, Office, Beauty operat-I man and wife business Repairs and Installation .I -r' p
tor's Office or any Including stock and equip
rated business. AU rooms Desirable that buyerbe r
ment. Hssasv*>si
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ry large. Lot 100x150. Was mechanically inclined. ( HBI GULF SHORES CITY OF'VFNICE

$24,500 now for sal only $17- Small klvestmenLPAULBNOWWLAND GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION BEACH. HOME i BOAT DOCKI 3 8adrann 2 Bathe I
800 plus Policy. Owner . . CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE AND -
Title 2 Br.2 Tile B.thl' Lots o..
and Air-Con- 2.c.r G.ra9.City WadlNoned
Jjust sell. Liberal financing 2.Bedroom, 2-Bath' Garage, Carport Heat
'nl. won't last so phone right Member Chamber Commerce Fire Place, Elactio Kitchen with Dishwl.her end EXTRAS All Li.. N.w", ter end Sewer I' '

how Phone 488-1231 INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE Iilposel. Screen Porch. Nice ,Landscsping and Fruit $ 500Tr. I J s<'I,
MARKLE. .... A Good Buy At lot In Gold'", Btach ell q
Ph. 488-4708 Lots For Sale Heating and Air Conditioning $14.900 Ia cIFRANK'C.

VERY NICE J BEDROOMhome aaMDCN,. LOTS Heating Air Conditioning Installations' GULF REALTY vnJOOO"REALTOR +

612 Narvelze St. Ex- VsNIC IUSIHSM SITUow" RAEBURN .f
teUant condition, central a. Tou Mcoss. rtMu*, Gas Ranges Water Heaters Wilt. ,. l'are, Peg. Brolea MARTIN a. ITANCIKZli : %
ducted sell Free Estimate UAL'I'O.h. .'- a
Owner says ,
Oak ,
mall down payment to quail- LOT No. 151.Gardens Glen 2100. No Job Too Bio. or Too Smell W. Venice Av. Phone '411-1600-488-2604' Pin 4884738 216 So Tail 5tr 'A.. 5'j '

fied$054 buyer.for inspection.Call Owner Brokers 488- Contact Venice 0. L. Smith; 20 Broad 261 S, Trail. Venice PK 418-2271), J :. F j A n

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1-1tie GONDOlmt:, Venice, Fie, Sun, Nov IS. 1964 -

Fifth AceAtLVGC r

; BY 20-0 SCORE I How To fish .' .b.-.J :

j. Li'l Indians Trounce Mcintosh Everett H. Brown added For Snook ,

r 1 1Iaf his name to the list of golfers
to score a hole-ln-one at Lake Florida' Roughest, Toughest, Fishing Fish i

J To Set Stage For Title Game( AA. on when Venice No.he 13 Golf came.He Club up used with a Tuesday an 1 iron ace Copyright 1964 I

[ I II on the 170-yard( par 3 hole. By EARL F. DOWNEY j
His was the filth hole-ln-one .
I. Venice and Brookside Jun yard sustained march with a attempts. Don Jones carriedthe since the club opened and, according ;
foe High Schools both postei It-yard run around his own ball once and netted two to the foursome in now TO FISH BY TIDES AND MOON PHASES

, victories last week in the right end. He bounced off a yards front of Brown, the ball stopped
Sarasota County Junior High couple of would-be tacklers THE STATISTICS on th edge of the cup for Each month has a new moon first quarter, full moo,
Each of these
and last has
Conference to set the stage before breaking Into the openon Venice Met some time before it finally quarter. a great deal
j for this week's showdown tilt his determined drive for 1st Downs 12 4 dropped in. more to do with fishing than la generally understood \br
for the championship between the score. Yds. Rushing 173 (9 Brown and his companions, those who fish. Nature has a reason for everything shr
: ; the two leagues here Thursday Venice's defense was out Yds. Passing 0-4 Bob Craig and Harold Benja does, you know and she brings about aome extremely f fav.
: at 4 p.m. standing again both on running Total Yards 173 55 min said they noticed the ball orable conditions and circumstances during each of then
'I ;: The Barracudas of Brook. plays and passes. McIntosh Pass Attempts 3 12 still on the green when they periods. To give you the Inside story of moon, tides and how
'I side eked out a 14-13 decision was held to 59 yards Pass Completions 0 1 left the tee. but when they they work together her Is the method used In tlshlnr
M ti over Sarasota Junior High to< rushing and minus 4 passing Pass Had Int. 2 2 reached the green it had disappeared them for best results.
?< I remain one-half game ahead for a net gain of 55 yards. The Fumbles Lost 1 0 9 Into the cup. Fish an outgoing tide from the time the moon I Is net
; of the Li'l Indians, who Li'l Indians stuck pretty I Punts 0 4/27 Members of the hole-lnoOne and do so until It reaches Its first quarter.
'I" : trounced McIntosh by a 20-0( much to the ground and racked Penalties 15 20 trio are *U from Venice. Fish an incoming tide from the time the moon n IP
1 I acore. up 173 yards. First downs Score by Quarters: its first quarter and do so until it reaches full.
h Brookside is 31-1 for the were 12 for Venice and four Venice... ... . 0 14 ( 0-20 INDIAN CENTER Tom McDonnell ((71)) and linebacker Jim Leila Hermansen Fish an outgoing tide when the moon,is full and do n
season, while Venice Is 2-1-2. for the Eagles. McIntosh ... 0000- 0 HafchiH ((32)) and Joe Henriquei ((51)) will tee plenty of until it reaches last quarter. '
j j The teams fought to a 13-13! Curry was Venice's leading Scoring: action when Venice High School meets North Fort Myen Leads LVWGA Fish an incoming tide from the time the moon Is In last
'; deadlock in their first meet- rusher with 92 yards in 15 V-Curry, 1-yard run; Cur. will Leila Hermansen is the quarter and do so untillt reaches new then, switch bad
here Friday ni< : to the outgoing tide on the new
ing this year. A victory would carries for a 11 average ry ran for extra point. first round leader in the 18- moon.
Indians end Red Knights this season, but it will not count In Next. The Best Times To Fish.
give the Li'l Indians the title. Schepp was next with 39 in V-Curds, 42-yard run after hole division of the Lake Ven
A win or tie would put the nine carries for a 4.3 average intercepting McIntosh later. the Whit Sands Conference standings Venice opened the ice Women's Golf Association Watch for it in this newspaper.Fishing .
Barracudas on top. Larry Wolfer netted 23 yardson al; Schepp ran for extra 1964 season with a 25.7 win over the North Fort Myn II. championship tour n I m e n t
In last Thursday's Venice. five plays for a 41 averS point. with an 80. Dulcie Wright
McIntosh tilt, Li'l Indians and Clements averaged V-Clements, 18-yard run
the age ; Fran Naegele and Em Ron-
.' ; scored the second time 3.1 yards on 19 yards in six I Curry run failed Scout BadgesAre Boat Club Takes mann are all tied for second New
I they got the ball. Left halfback with 81's. ;,
Steve Schepp put Venice Sarasota CruiseAn
In the nine-hole division,
!, .i I'' in good field position when NEW NEIGHBORSMr. I AwardedFive Inland Waterway cruiseto Irene Bryant Frankye Pow
he ran Eagle back
an punt
I : from his Sarasota today (Sunday), ell and Lucy Journeay are ina Roger Humphrey Harbor Mr. and Mrs Ed Reef
own 15 to the 37. It
took Venice 10 plays to cover The GONDOLIER welcomes alskl, 540 Sheridan, Venice new Boy Scouts re with a rendezvous and picnic deadlock for first place with40's. Lights Trailer Park landeda Venice brought beck a 16''
I the these new neighbors Gardens from Middletown, ceived Tenderfoot badges at i lunch at Sarasota Boat Club, Tied for the runnerup 151-lb. warsaw grouper last lb. barracuda. Mrs. Ret
remaining 63 yards, with I
j ; South candlelight investiture ser Is planned by Venice.Noko- spot are Bea Stewart and In made
fullback Ward to the County Conn. i week while fishing the gulf the catch using a spoor
Curry going
I over from the one. He added Mr. and Mrs. Harry La Mr. and Mrs. T. T. 0' vice during Troop 25 Court of I mls Outboard Boating Club. Grace Tomlinson with 41'.. aboard his boat the Mar-Rog. Reed returned on another da'
the extra point on run to Revere 505 Menendei, Ven Leary, 70 East Seminole, Honor ceremonies Wednesday i Members can put over at The second round of the It took an hour and 45 min. and along with Lloyd Gal
I ice from Michigan. night at St Mark's Episcopal Venice Municipal Ramp and tourney will be held Wednesday utes to boat the monster after ringer of Nokomis >
put the Li'l Indians out in South Venice, from Lenin, caugl'three
front 70.Longest. Mr. and Mrs. Carl HlMe- Church. 'proceed to Albee Bridge : it hit the live pinfish bait. kings and 12 larj'
j brand 421 West Venice Ohio.Mr. The new Troop 25 scoutsare where boats will assemble at I Humphrey was using a 30-lb.( black grouper while trollm.
gainer of the drive ;;
Mrs. V,
and L. David Todd Bob Miles,
I 19 Ave., Venice, from Cincinnati 10 a.m. Friends are invitedto I test line and was some five with spoons.
was a
-yard by
Schepp to get things scamper going. O. Brown 51 Darwin Rd., Doug Shearer Fred Keiser join the cruise.Crulsemaster E'wood ShrineIn miles offshore at the time of Another gulf catch Included !
Venice from
South of
He added another 13 just before Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Me. Delphi, and Sammy Frost Sponsor Harry Sjo- the strike. He and Les Dins- a 2Mb. king by Howan
West Venice Ind. the troop is the Roberts Bay blom has that all L. Scott of
the scoring play. Kinney, 505 requested more, also of Harbor Lights Venice He usa
Ave. from Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Koe- Optimist Club.Elevated boats keep in line and notify
Gurda Scores Dayton, Trailer Park, caught 12 black a nylon jig
Moments later right end Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ster, 510 Mt. Vernon Ave., to Second Class him if they wish to drop out First Meet grouper. Bob Hall Baltimore Md.
t Pete Gurda picked off a later. Keating, 1310 Laurel East Venice I Gardens, from Scout during the Court of of line, Earl Mitchell, John Peter. landed a 1Mb. black groupc
al and sprinted 42 yards to Gate Venice, from Phila Cleveland Ohio. Honor was David Todd Mar ENGLEWOOD Unity man and Joe Fisher, all of while fishing at Venice Beach
r up the Venice lead to 13-0. delphia. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Will- tin Van Pelt was awarded Cancer Shrine chapter of the White Venice, caught It grouper using a 10-lb. test line and
; Schepp ran the extra point tot Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Lath man 525 Shamrock Venice merit badges In Personal FIt- Society Shrine of Jerusalem held its from four to 12 pound. anda live shrimp for bait.
make it a 14-0 ball game. mer 924 South Harbor Dr., Gardens, from St. Louis, ness and Reptile Study. Elects Two first meeting Nov 11 at the king while trolling with yellow -
The final Li'l Indian touchdown Venice, from Wisconsin. Mo. Assistant Scoutmaster Phil Oddfellows Hall with Eliza. dudes in the gulf. They All the above catches were
t came late in the third Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Charles Canlers pinned the badges on Dr. William Mahoney of beth Hall, worthy high priestess were aboard Mitchell'. boat, registered at Roy's Sporting .\
period when right halfback Peterson 614 Harbor Fllnn 331 Chlcopa North the boys. Sarasota and Mrs Alberta and Harold Hall, watchman the Ethel-Lee. Goods on W. Venice Ave,
k Jim Clements capped a 58- Lights,, Venice, from Chi- Port Charlotte, from Cleve. MASONS MEET MONDAYA Radenbaugh of Clearwater of the shepherds presid
wgo' land, Ohio. Beach have been elected
and Mrs. John Welk- Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Low- regular meeting of Ven resentative of District rep 9, ing.Included in the attendanceof
New Insurance el,, 308 Fsrkslde Dr., Venice stetter 354 Bollard North ice Lodge 301, Free and Accepted Florida Division, America 125 were guests from Tern.
Plan from Allentown Fa.Mrs. Port Charlotte, from Pittsburgh Masons, will be held at Cancer Society The district pie Shrine of Bradenton, and 'S S1MIIOL
For VetsST. Helen Warren 212 Pa. 8 p.m. Monday in the Ma. includes Sarasota Pinellas Charity Shrine of Sarasota.
Grove North Port Charlotte Mr. and Mrs. W. sonic Temple, East Venice
J. Schus
PETERSBURG-. T. Ave The will and Manatee Counties. Honorary memberships were
meeting be
from New York ter, Dorchester Street, Venice open bestowed and
Dixon upon
director of the Florida
to all Master Masons and Mrs. Radenbaugh is Lay
!Mrs. Lawrence Dean, 112 East, from Cleveland, Don Laurent, priestess and
Department of Veterans Affairs
refreshments will be served. District Delegate Dr. Ma.
W. S. Highway Dr., North
I 'I watchman of the Sarasota
I said today PresidentS Ohio.Mr. George R. Collett Is Professional
Jr, worshipful honey District
Port Charlotte from Minne
Lyndon B. Johnson has sign-- and Mrs. Frank Bitch master of the local Delegate. shrine, for their interest and
t' I I ed Into law an act of Congress iota 250 Alsace Venice East work in instituting the Englewood .
allowing disabled veterans to, Mr. and Mrs Howard from Cleveland Ohio. shrine last month.
buy National Service Life In. Mathews 351 Chlropi, Mr. and Mrs. Everett The newly formed Englewood -
surance and the new law North Port Charlotte, from Veach, 416 Nokomis Ave., TOP RECORDS shrine consisted of the .
goes into effect on May 1, Lonr Island N. Y. Venice, from Champaign largest institution member. .
1983 Mr. and Mrs. Charles m. Compiled by NANCY BROWN, ship in the nation. There were
I Dixon says the law providesan Weese 314 Marias North Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. 101 charter members.
Port Charlotte from Chicago The organization will hold
opportunity to buy a new Schwab J48 Petter Tree
I form of National Service Life Rd, Venice Gardens, from This Last Two Weeks on its meetings the second and
Insurance and the opportunity !Mr. and Mrs. Charles Massillon Ohio. CMr Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List fourth Wednesdays of each
for present policy holders of Geher 625 North Armada and Mrs. William Olson 1 1 2 "Last Kiss" J. Frank month.
I National Service Life Insur. Venice, from Chicago.Mr. 600 Neponslt Venice Wilson & Cavaliers ...,....,. 5
ance to change to a new plan. and Mrs. !Miko Milch, Gardens, from Milwaukee, 2 5 9 "Baby Love" Supreme.3: See us for Insured Savings Accounts
If you were eligible to buy 665 Cadis, Venice, from Win. 3 4 5 "We'll Sing In the Sunshine"Gale for anenioyable
for Gold Seal Home FinancingSARASOTA
Chicago. or
National Service Life Insurance
Mr. and Mrs John Kew.
after Oct 7, 1940 and before !Mr. and !Mrs. L. H. Kean, 4 2 1 "Do Wah Diddy Dlddy" GOLF
er, 517 Neponsit Venice
Jan. 1, 1957, and if you 374 Malaluka! North Port Gardens, from Stanford Manfred Mann .,.. 7 I day of
I are a service connected disabled Charlotte, from Warren, Conn. 5 7 10 "Have I the Right"Honeycombs I _

i veteran and have no unInsurable Ohio Mr. and Mrs. William ......... :1t TRY
Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. I
Lan- 8 11 "Let It Be Me" Betty

r f, 1 service, or connected if non-service you have disability disabilities a non- rin Port, 378 Charlotte!Malaluka from North Pitts, Venice Goemaat Gardens, 450 Glen from Oak Pat. 7 13 "Come Everett a &Little Jerry-Bit Butler Closer"I. 4 I SARASOTAGOLF CLUB [G [gQgK[ [ [ ? At.d[

N. J. I
} which mercial is uninsurable companies by at com the Pa.Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Campbell tenon Mr. and Mrs. James M. 8 11 12 ..i iIe&.H The:. Hondells..... 2 4 I DAILY GREEN CO flft savings and loan association

higher rate, and you do not 180 Jeffery. North Port Beale, 509 Neponslt, Venice 9 17 "The Door Is Still Open" I FEES . . . OO.UU DOWMOW* Mister CUlf MTf WltttManama ..
have government life insur Charlotte, from New Castle, Gardens, from Laconla, N. Dean Martin! ... ... 2 Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. I e MtfmwNMB iSAV0MATIC a
ance, or have less than $10,000 Pa. H 10- 3 8 "Chug-A-Lug" ;" Roger Miller 1 5 I South of Sarasota |
f.1 of such insurance would Mr. and Mrs Robert Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 11 "Leader of the Pack" 4

be eligible to apply you May I. Fearnlry, 220 Grobe North Craig' 356 Shamrock Venice Shangrl-Las ... ... .,. 1
1965. Dixon further stated Port Charlotte, from Richmond Gardens from Indianapolis 12 19 "Ain't That Loving You"

that persons on active duty Va. Ind. Elvis Presley,............. 2
with the Armed Forces, and !Sir and Mrs. M. W. Me. Mrs. Gladys Cooper, Colonial 13 15 17 "Tobacco Road"
I certain Philippine veterans Laren Mahon Drive, Venice Manor Trailer Park Nashville Teens S
,'1 are not eligible i from Hawaii. Venice, from Fort Mead 14 10 t "Oh, Pretty Woman" CHECKCHRISTMAS
The : Mr. and Mrs. Dean Colton Roy Orbison
veteran can get National Md.Mr. 8
I ., Life Insurance on a permanent Peppertree Road Venice . and Mrs. William 15 9 7 "Dancing In the Street" ;
non participating Gardens, from Boston Ward, Colonial Manor Trail. Martha & Vandals .., 7
11 1 plan up to $10000, including Mass. er Park Venice, from The It "I'm Crying" Animals 1 CLUBier
any government life Insurance Mr. and Mrs. t. Victor, Canal Zone. 17 6 4 "A Summer Song"
I you now have. 441 Riviera Venice from Mr. and Mrs. George Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde 5
I I Dixon suggests that on or New York. 7lerler 617 North Tamlaml 18 "I Don't Want To See You
after Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Gold- Trail Venice, from Utica, Again" Peter & /
May 1, 1965, and not Gordon 1 Ifttf ftrfertrf H/MT/
; I later than May 2, 1966, the enstein, 640 Alhambra, Venice Mich. 19 12 15 "You Must Believe Me"
,j I dates specified in the law, from Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phfl- The Impressions .. .. 4
should !Mr. and Mrs. Jules Victor bin, :204 Palermo Place, 20 "You _
be the dates kept in Really Got Me" Kinks 1
I I I mind by all veterans Interested 441 Riviera St., Venice, Venice from Eater N. H.
; I In this new type InsuranceWAtCH from Whltestone' N. Y. '
l Mr. and Mrs. Gaston

I from Washington, D. C. 3
Mrs. Elsie Farmer Miss ANNIVERSARY DINNERThe On Auto Insurance
1 I I Doris Farmer 1721 Forrest eataaaal'aSMee.Oararre w '

Rd., Venice Gardens, from East Park Improve-- 1. LOW RATES 1 FIRST FEDERAL SAYINGS
Undon, N. J. ment Club of South Venice DRIVER SAVINGS a,.WAN ANDCIAr10N A.rwaa A
I Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cover will celebrate its second annlversary 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE Ia.Alrl. '."5 vil.rvr
I tHE 92 Palmetto Dr., South with a dinner Sun- rarw rove
I I fOR Venice, from Stanford day (today) at Smitty's Beef- i MT U*tMOO MMMWI

BGot \ Conn. 0 eaters' Room.Reservations. _
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Colton for 70 persons Nrwehr.wr.MaM
420 Pepper Tree Road, have been made for the 1:15: urn totl facer
I Venice Gardens, from p.m. event. Dinner chairmanis AGENCY
Bralntree, Mass Lloyd Cunningham. 116 W. Venice Avenue ee araurs Ner sac enamN eaaa.aN awse
I 3 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tra- Officers of the club are '
I mel. Bamboo Road, Venice Earl Smith, president; Mrs. Telephone: 488-2288

I Gardens, from Jamaica, N. Norman Gjerberg, secretary
and Mrs. Sam Roach, treasurer -
and Mrs. M. I. Miller, NOTICE: Your Christmas Club cheeks can, be cashed
ii.1iit 527 Sheridan. Venice Gardens .
A L ; from Washington D. any time after November 15 each year
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