Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00162
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00162
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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20, NO. 3 12 PAGES PYbshha. ? m-t; ,st.ne.r L M4ml" asd u"Wv THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1964 VENICE, FLORIDA Bnttrad Pal B Off in4 jo. At Chu ::r IVrhta At PRICE 10 cenh

ospital Year VACC Board Of Directors

[gain In Blackr

Fifth Time Studies Refinancing PlanA

t'enice Hospital, wholly own.
[ operated and financed bY '
lith! County residents, finish plan for refinancing an lie, to accompany Cornwell so which will open in April 1964
I the past year in the black. $18,500 mortgage on the Cham that signatures can be notariz I and run through 1965. The exhibit
(was the fifth straight year ber building due on Jan. 14 was ed.The will be located in the circus
I non-deficit operation. presented to the directors of present mortgage is held museum.

Vhe 1963 financial report isid lR the Venice Area Chamber of by the Venice-Nokomis Bank, Keller announced the annual
yesterday by George H. Commerce at a special session Keller said election of officers for 1964

crier Jr., secretary, showedet Monday by Executive Director The directors also unani would take place next Monday
of $8.344.10 from a total C A. (Nick) Keller mously endorsed a recent actIon evening. The annual banquet
of $740,271.11. The plan, prepared by the of the Sarasota County meeting will be held at 7 p,m,
} careful management on First National Bank of Venice, Board of Commissioners in ap- Jan 18 at the Early Wynn
I By part of the board and per calls for signatures of 37 members propriating $25,000 for a Sara- Steak House. Tickets are $4

Jinel we have again been able of the chamber as cosigners sota County exhibit at the and reservations should be
(operate in the black," Hos- of the note, each cosigner World's Fair in New York, made at the chamber office
c4 being limited to lia
I il Administrator Kenneth A. r
Ill I sa;d. : er 4 i bility. William C Payne,

I I'This'Remarkable record is all Record'the more I executive First National vice Bank president, explainedthe of the All Area Post Offices

I iarkable in that the hospitals T& requirement of members of
the chamber as co-signers was I
never accepted funds from
K government agency city, standard banking procedure
without its
membershipthere Score Season Records
i pahl my! said state the or demands federal upon would be no chamber.I I

At present 24 members have
hospital are increasing a.
already signed and 13 more I
area population grows He AUMANNAll office Arnall
By W. EARL explained that a
signatures are Keller
nted out there were 19.42'' large part of our populationare
l.ent. days catalogued] << in 1963, post offices in the Venice retired people whose
spared with 15,831 in 1962, Director Signatures Ed Sought area showed big gains 1 In Christmas gift list has been
increase! of around 20 perFxpinnion Ewing reportedJ postal receipts during the calendar necessarily somewhat curtail-
Leighton (Count) Cornwellhas .
d. volunteered to assist in year 1963. Venice showed ed. On the other hand the children
Program gain of 21.6 cent Nokomis
a per ; and grandchildren left
getting the added signatures
to fill the increasing needs i and the directors Instructed a gain of 19.3 per cent: back up north shower Venice

V hospital currently is con.hnlr Chamber Secretary Mrs Tom and Englewood a Little over 22 I residents with many gifts, he
I a campaign for moren per cent. I said.
Boyenton who is a notary pub-
( $500,000 for needed expan- Part of these Increases 1 in Nokomis Totals

postal receipts can be attnbu. I Postmaster James. W. Cobb,
i. expansion program in. ed to the increase in postal of the Nokomis office reported
ictei the addition of 43 beds OUTBLUFFING THE BLUFFERS Charly Baumann, recently the trainer's favor is that they are so busy hating and distrusting Grouper Snoopers rates on Jan 1, 1963, but discounting gross postal receipts of $40,.
I the present 70, plus new arrived from Europe to join the 94th edition of Ring- each other they don't have time to worry too much that factor, all of the 542.24 as against $33,99935 in
ergency rooms, an x-ray de. ling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus as a feature attraction about the trainer Baumann is shown above putting one of his post offices made big natural

ment, physio-therapy de- with his jungle-bred tigers, says the animals are terrible beauties through a work-out during one of the last rehearsals Plan Fish ReefGrouper gains in both outgoing and Incoming 1962.He also reported a record
ment, a new lobby, chapel, bluffs. Fortunately they do not know that if they go lor you, before the circus leaves for Miami on Monday. mail handled in 1963. December with receipts of $9-

dining room and quarter! you don't have a chance, he says, and that another thing in Postmaster J. Douglas Am 08565 as against $7,180.48 in

| the Hospital Auxiliary Vol- snoopers hereaboutssoon all reported the Venice office 1962. His records show that
will have a real shipwreck
}leers;ids are to be opened to- In to do their snooping had$188,180.18 gross the postal past receipts year, of again mail 169,832 and pieces 4711 Christmas of letter parcels size
Final Dress Rehearsal
around.Dr. .
rrow on presently charter. i Circus SaturdayTwo of $32,959.17 over the 1962 were handled during the

I additions in the overall ex- Douglas Williamson, receipts of $155,221.01. (Continued on page 2)Hero's
hsion program. president of the Venice Grouper -

Meanwhile, the annual meet days of dress rehears- Thursday. aerialist, "La Toria,1 Is ex- in Venice since Monday for last Snooper Scuba Diving Club, December Boost
of the South County Me- ala for the 94th Bros Gorillas Madame Toto and December was an unusually!
Ringling peeled to arrive in Venice Saturday minute conferences and pub- reported to a special meeting
Jrial Hospital Assn.. which Barnum & Bailey Circus Gargantun will be used for advanced from Spain and will take licity plans. She said last night Monday night that a partially big month with gross receiptsof WidowTo
rates the hospital will be begin tomorrow morning at the publicity in Miami, and part in the aerial ballet number that she will return to New submerged, 35-foot boat hull, $32,642.14 a 31 per cent
'. next Monday. circus auditorium with two of have already left for television "Fiesta," if she arriveson York today if no emergenciesarrive with superstructure, has been Increase over previous year,

the full spectaculars scheduled shopping center, radio and time, circus officials said. meantime. Advance donated to the club by' the Arnall said. More than 500,000 Come Here
for Friday and the whole other appearances there next She delayed her return to this publicity agents left Tuesday Charlotte Oyster Co. pieces of outgoing letter style!

production sequence set for week. They will replace the country as late as possible in for Jacksonville, second scheduled Plans are made to raise the mail were handled in additionto
jcee Sponsoredntest Saturday according to Rich. clowns traditionally used for effort hull : over 9,000 Christmas parcels -
an to complete the motion appearance spot. by means of inner tubes
ard Barstow, director. premier appearance advance picture she is filming in Mrs. Lyons also said Wed and tow it from Placida, he pointed out. For CeremonyNORTH
) Winners The show will leave Venice work. Gargantua spends mostof Spain. nesday that between 45 and 50 where it now rests, to Venice. The Incoming mail was even

Monday for ita opening night the year in Venice, Mrs Mae Lyons, executive cities will be played this It then will be taken out and greater, Arnall added, with
[rrive Mondayfamily performance in Miami on I Miss Vicki Unus, featured director of publicity, has been with 19 new acts currently sunk several miles offshore. 425.000 letter size envelopes-
-Mra. J. D. Tippit, widow of
being handled in addition to
scheduled Possibly others will As soon as a fish population
I the Dallas police officer slain
of four from Longnd be added later she said. accumulates, which should over 130,000 local letters and
BY KMI CADETSDress to arrest the accused
N. Y., will begin a New Courthouse take only a few weeks, the I cards. In addition over 21,250 trying
Thousands of citizensare of President Kennedy,
k'k's visit here Monday afterning area wreck will be marked and parcels were received for delivery assassin
flooding the circus grounds will receive the medal of valor
the trip in a contest Study CompletedRalph made available to all local in the Venice area as
during this last week of re- of the National Police Officers
(sponsored bv Venice Junior fishermen. I as a large amount othird
ParadesTo hearsals. On Tuesday the Assn. in special
a ceremony
I mber of Commerce and Erickson, Sarasota I Weekly fish counts will be class mail, of which no
stands were more than half full here next Friday in honor ofl
fzey and Newins Depart- architect, has completed a before the performers gather. made and the information re- record was kept. her late husband.

H Store, Pachogue, N. Y, study of the South County facilities ed. Among that group were 51 ported for the benefit of sports All of this great volume was Lt. Gerald S. Arenberg, resident .
fr. and Mrs Samuel Scala to be established at the I enthusiasts handled without undue delay, of
students from Church of Palms director the Police MU-
I their 14-year-old son and Start Sunday juncture of U. S. 41 and State Kindergarten in Sarasota Meanwhile anyone with some he pointed out with 20 employees leum and Hall of Fame here,
fear-old daughter will ar- Road 775 and his findings will old tractor-size inner tubes lyIng said the award would be presented .
at Sarasota-Bradenton be presented at the next meeting The 350 performers and ap around should call Dr. In commenting on the great Mrs. Tippit by John H
art at 1:30: p,m. Mondayre of the county commission, proximately 300 other circus Williamson at 4884661. They'dbe difference in number of Christmas .
Debaltz the nat.
The cadets of the Kentucky a sweetheart who is presentedwith will organization's
employees brief
they will be met by a probably Monday, get a respite useful in raising the boat parcels received from
Institute will offthe Tonal and assistant
Military top a corsage and Introduced Sunday to ready them- secretary _
Ifter gallon of Jaycees. first week of their 32nd formally to the corps The next step will be to make selves for Monday's departure. hull. those mailed out at the Venice police chief of Sleepy Hollow, Km
motoring here, they any modifications the commissioned 111. i*
1 be winter season in Venice with Following the Feb 23 and I
given an official wel- a full dress parade at 4 p.m. March 22 parades there will find necessary After The Medal of Valor is the
'le at the office of Venice Sunday on Veterans' Memorial also be a reception for the parents final commission approval is New Airline ServiceTo highest honor accorded by the

,,230pm a: Chamber. of Commerce Park parade grounds. of the cadets who are win- given the plans will be submitted Commission Visit police officers association andis
to the county court. awarded where the of.
colorful alternate tering in Venice during the
Tie These parades on -
contest theme was "Vls- : with their stay of the school Once the court's' endorse Slated SaturdaySarasota ficer has been killed in line of
I Sundays,
enlce and get a behind-the. ment is given, bonds for the duty,
nee look at the Ringing Cir- stirring music, resplendent uniforms I The KMI cadet corp, over
work must be validated before County Commissioners Include VeniceSouthbound Arenberg said that in additIon
show for and crisp commands 300 strong, arrived in Venice
1964. actual construction starts and .
to the famly
Boyd (Bud) Gernhardand i medal Tippit's
,net the Scales will arriver have come to be a feature of late Sunday afternoon via the
this is expected by mid-1964. Fred Haigh will be in Venice will receive a certificateand
'< the rehearsals the KMI annual winter seasonIn Seaboard Railway and were
led. the Jaycees will are take con- Venice' and each year attract met as usual by townspeople. Saturday for their regular Venice will be Included in the passengers can a cash award of several
family to Miami for the thousands of visitors aswell The train this year was in Ve-No GOP Women once-a-month meeting with route of South Central Airlines, take either a morning flight at! thousand dollars. Contributionsto !

18 opening of the show if as permanent residents charge of Lt. Col B. G. Wil. Adopt Book Project area citizens to discuss county which begins service Wednesday 10 a.m, or an afternoon flightat the fund being collected by
the association have been deposited
t 1 u their desire since the spectacle never hams and Capt. Charles A affairs. between Tampa and Mi 5:20: p.m., while northboundtraffic -
T transportation from New seems to grow old. Hodgin The Venice-N komls Republican They will be at the county amI.Flights will be served at 9:10: to an account at the

'k to Venice is being providy Other parades are scheduled Early Arrivals Women's Club has purchased offices on East Venice Avenue will be on a seven- a.m. and 2:50: p.m First National Bank of Venice
from 9 a.m to 11 Anyone day week schedule and will Fare to Tampa la $7.50 and The Tippit family has received
the department store and for Jan 26 Feb. 9, Feb. 23, Cob Richmond Col. C. R. copies ef the United a.m. per
gifts than
most with a be served by twin-engine to Miami $1890 Tickets will more
Jaycees are furnishing March 8 and March 22. Hodgin and of the staff States Constitution in book question concerning a
"'r details of the trip. The Sweetheart Parade of more than 100 is well as a form to present to the Venice county matters is invited to Jeechcraft with eight passenger be handled at Venice Travel $500,000 from contributors

fly will stay at Tarpon Cen. The highlight of the season few cadets had arrived a few and Nokomis public school libraries meet with the commissioners. capacity.. Bureau, 314 W, Venice Ave. money throughout is being the supervised nation. The bya

a car will be made avail- Is the St. Valentine'a Day parade days earlier by auto. and to the Venice Free Dallas bank on behalf of Mrs.
from Estil's Used Cars on Feb. 9 when each com The students, ranging in age Public Library, it was announced Tippit and her three children,

local restaurants will pang, including the ba-xl and from 12 to 18 yean, will upend at a board ot directors Charles, 13; Brenda Kay, 10;
v e free meals headquarters officers, sponsor_ (Continued on page 2) meeting last week. and Curtis Glen, 5.

In addition the family has

leing A 'Pest' 'Paid Off For Show's Directory 211 Including received mortgage numerous payment on their of other the Dallas gifts$12., d

home and scholarships to Tex-
as A&M University by the Dal-
DOROTHY GAYNOR cept opera, and that Is his hob- kept him answering questionsfor composer Joe Howard spotted e las A&M Club for the two Tip-
unosity and far longer than the hour him and wanted him for the TR
perseverancework pit> boys when they reach col-
magic in nearly any has been dubbed "one of and one-half we spent with Palace. Capone overcame r lee age.Damage.
11 and in the theater it the most versatile men In show him, had we not rememberedthat Howard's objection to taking
end a person straight to business" by the New Yorker, his vocal chords had had Edie along when he put his
top "the Industrial Ziegfeld" by no rest at all since 10 a.m. that right hand in his pocket, point
hat *II Richard Barstow's Variety and "the DeMille of morning/ ed it at Howard and "suggested" ) $$3,100

lion" and he should know, the living Theatre" ly another Taught By Sister that Howard "really did ;
"use this man who Is curtly publication, He was taught by his sister, want Edie, too," Barstow said
directing his 14th pro- Sees Everything Edie with whom he worked He still wears a diamond and In Truck
won' for Ringing Bros and Barstow'l penetrating brown- until her death in 1960 in various sapphire ring given him by the Mishap

num & Bailey Circus, said: eyed gaza and his keen ears capacities in show business gangster
,was the pest of every show seem to miss nothing when he to dance and while she Wears Gold Whistle Final reports on damage to
a. ever in, learning all .he is at work putting the cast of was at it the taught her other Around his neck, during rehearsals a i Venice Concrete Products
ta and asking interminable the circus, human and animal, three sisters. These five enter. he wear a worn hydro crane which was involved -
'lions through their paces for the four ad show business in Seattle, leather string holding the gold in an unusual mishap onDec.

"u Perseverance came from : big production numbers now Wash., when Barstow was 6- whistle given him by Olsen and 21 were received Monday
fact that he was born with under rehearsal. Perhaps this years.old, via the talent show ; Johnson when he did his first by city police.

'tub foot, and hundreds of Is why he is breaking a 93-year route and soon were winningall big-time show, "Hellzapoppin" The crane was eing backed
'I of the painstaking pickup : time record in turning out a the prizes as "The Five From that time on his careerburgeoned. Into position at the municipal

of marbles by his. toes i highly polished ,show already Barstow. and ts singles, Ho has appeared launching ramp on Tarpon Center .
t devoted to one purpose: letter-perfect, In two and one- doubles and triples acts. before all the (Royalty of Eu- Road to lift the bow of a
'e able to walk I half weeks. I Their mother was widowed rope, with Edie, as a perform. sail boat when it slipped into 4

n'n1 at the age of six he I We talked with him Sunday when Barstow was tw -weeks. er; he choreographed and the water, striking the craft.
t the stage as a dancer night after he had completed old and the money was needed staged DeMille's "Greatest THE VENICE AREA FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY cants. With them is Rockwood Bullard, presi- Damage to the crane was estimated ,
from that time until now I an arduous eight-hour day of to bring up her three sons Show on Earth," directed and I opened Monday with a large groupof dent of the Friends of the Library whose efforts at $2,600 and to the boat,
carved out a theatrical I rehearsals and discovered and four daughters staged Judy Garland in "A area citizens waiting at the entrance to geta brought the library into being. The library owned by Ed Henne, $500.

lee dancing, acting, direct- I ingly magical success: the Palace by way of gun-point, ductions; created"Motorama"I to meet the librarian, Mrs Dorothy Lantz. week and two evenings, Monday and Thursday the water overnight it was $ {
composing, writing and Exhausted as he must have he says He, at the age of 11, and "Powerama"; holds the First day's activity saw 282 books borrowedmy from 7 to 9 pm. It is in temporary broken into and tools valued at
Bing and producln,. I been, his patience, courtesy was working the Al Capone world's record for the toe Jump the 103 new library members Mrs. Lantz quarters at Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club $500 and a battery valued at I ii
here Is no area of how and rapt attention to the matter "Midnight Frolics"' In Chicago eight/! feet, landing on one is shown above, left, checking out books for and contains approximately 8,000 volumes, $81 were removed Police are

me.. lit has not entered$ ex-j[I ot the flWDoent would have I with misters Edit and AnD when (Continued .* fag* 2) Mrs, Jasper C, Brawn,, one U \the first appli most of them donated by the Woman' Club investigating the theft '



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indo, and Mr Everett H our Nok..m.s. Louise Co.J.or.i : BEING A 'PEST'
6.572 parcels received. Obituaries I
DRESS PARADE Lewis of Anderson Venue Continued from page 1))
I Postmistress Florence John- I Funeral services and burial Jan 6 Margarita Nieto
(Continued next three from months pace 1UM here> ion, of the Englewood office, RALPH O dIDDLE will be ui Anderaon RawlelFuneral I Venice; Wayne Hobos, Venice.. I toe has been featured by 4 ASK ANY
I Oeprev.Thoma
reported parcel poat volume inDecember Home wa in charge of Margaret Pickle Riplev eight limn for hit toe
sway from the mow and cold 48, of Ai Port Charlotte; I
I almost doubled the Ralph O Riddle local arrangement Webb danc ng feat and has aged
weather of Lyndon Ky I previous year in addition to demon Ind., died Sunday at Clarence Baa* Venice John directed composed and choreographed FAMILY
For the first time ui several Charlotte:
Lakeland.He Port TV,
handling a total of 211M8 REPORTADMISSIONS Buhlinger dozens of the top
Florida Homecommfor ; HOSPITAL
years a in Florida visiiin- Fried Englewood HAVE -
drat clan was Gerald productions WE ;
motion picture
piece of outgoing and
KM I Alumni 11 also being Owen J Bid, Theodore -
with his father Stephen Perrvenice
mail and Christmas cards. of today
planned for Sunday. March 8 : of die of Nokorrua I Dec 31: Joseph Woodcroft. Kaeslline. Englewood; SERVED
More than 100060 piece I IDea he i Is holding
HUB now
will provide an Vickie Right
Mr. Biddle wa a retired En. Inei Reichle, Venice
David Hart
also !- Englewood
OpportUII'1 letter mail and card were ; considered the
fly for the large group abut metal worker He was a |I ulewood Bertha Lamb, Ven .COI"" Hartford Conn. down what is ,
received. ; highcatpaying -
and the
Florida to tthy wanted C
ni residing ( I 77 Englewood moat
member of Masonic Lodge Martha Youngberg Ven Jan. T Rosa Severance
at UM school and renew old ,I Mrt. Johnson said no record and Fraternal Order of EaglesIn lice. Helen S. Radcliffe. Venice ; Hum* WiiLams, job in ahow business ,
acquaintance of the actual' 1 lice Alice the circus
was kept Anderson. : Helen Sharp Venice. North Port Charlotte:
number of parcels but that Survivor include hi* widow Jan 1: James Buckles, Venice Gilaon Laurel; Benuce Raymond which owe much of its appeal mOltcha1Je"In families, ; have visited our Funeral Home and 'va.Ipru..d ,
POST OFFICE Winifred L. BMdle! of Andc. Nokomis Marie Stev- to the act that it i* the Many it
her staff handled 623 sacks of I I ; Florence Harbath, Osprey : o( its kind, lufpritt the many modern conveniences con-
his father a brother Mel- _. Venice Alfred Connolly job
(Continued from pact 1)) son ; Jon Barry Wimbiah, Venice ell : charged for our Funeral
December as The director the fair price
month The incoming! moil was parcel post in vin E. Anderson: and three Linda Girard, Michigan; Chris Venice: Frank Tatre, Nokomi Barstow says taint Ad
compared to :sea for the prev t Mr. Kevins and Cahill Venice; write the show. beginningsome
equally great he added with listen' Myrl tine Mane Taylor Venice, *: Louise Services.
290,MS letters and cards and ,otis year Mm Ffoyd Delph, both of OrI" I Evelyn I Wood, Placida. Helen Robert E. BaWry Sarasota; nine month before within rehearsals -
M. Jams Venice, Dorothy R. Hatei Brook. Osprey; Eluta- Mart and
- week "ties together"
- - Mildred tea than three RAWLESFUNERAL
I Ashley, Sarasota, Elaine HelmBigness beth Mate Nokomis of
Englewood, David G.ttardm.n Co<'krtll. Venice 11 different areas
1I haQ borne port Charlotte; Robert Jan. I: Bertha Gillespie Eni.wnnrf scion into one perfect, cohesie -
I g01tQeI 1 f1 J. Else, Venice. Donru Pearson Englewood .. whole HOME
y Jan. 2: Sidney Eachus Venre i : io--Ann Turner"Venice
: Lola Jane Cahl Venice: Helen Gottord Venice, ALLEN I 4886761OrylIft
I 'I' Margaret E. Lyons, Michigan; Dennis Aaderaon Eng:e"" ood; 225 W. Venice Ave.
Martin Kora, Venice: Paul H Rose Amann Elizabeth N. J. Convalescent and Therapy Service
I I Fassnacht, Englewood; Mamie! DISCHARGESDec Nursing Home
r Campbell Sarasota; Dr Ernest 31: Wylanne Feinsod Nwni"lS.iee 24 Hour Ambulance/ Serviceuwr
I Brooks. Venice, Jacob Venice: Betty Lewis Laurel: 24
(expired). Venice Phone Venice UStTt!
I White, Venice. Elsie Payson
lit rosca: PI LION aOL
488.2291 265 NOKOMIS AVE., S. VENICE, FLORIDA I Jan 3: Margaret Sullivan, ; George GUbreath, Venice;
}' PH. I North Port Charlotte, Myra R. Margaret Engle. Venice ---- --- -- ---...... ra
I THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES BEARER TO FIVE DOLLARS ($5.00)) i Culler, Sarasota, Marie L. Jan. 1: Mildred Doodling. .
Venice James Buckley
Hartman, Englewood ;
CREDIT ON ANY AMBULANCE CALL I I Jan 4: Maryjo Lib Enfle Phyllis Hudson Venice;
I "wood 1, Grace Hilton Nokomi: Anna Appol on. Venice
FARLEY FUNERAL HOME I James A. Stephen, Venice Jan 2: Louie Unertle (expired TAX ASSESSOR'S VISITSIN
I JOE FARLEY I Harry Ceib, Venire:: Barbara ), Venice; Delena Troutman
William Dr. Ernest Brook
Bellcase. Venice: Betty J. NokomJs;
*, Nokomi (expired), Venice: Mary Till-
L _CLIP 1 AND SAVE _ ..:2c censed Fnwal!_Director. J'| Jan. 5: Casaie Clemmoni, man, Sarasota; Helen Jaros, STATUTES 193.11
Morehaven Fla: Wilma Hor- Venice; Nelle Lowe Venice, COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA
ton. Port Charlotte, Dale Helen Radcliffe. Venice: Martin .
Save This Certificate For Emergencies And Save $5.00 Gumm Venice, Steve RidenComp.Ieot Thomas, Luna Ohio; Rus- AND FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE TAXPAYER
sell Venice
------ Taylor
Jan 3: Henry Allen, Venice,
EXAMPLES Eiperienced David Hardman Port Charlotte WILLIAM N. STUART
i ReliableACCOUNTING ; John Kiskadden Venice;

Local Area Ambulance" Call 100 Emergency Call .. ... .. 10.00 Joseph McCarthy Venlcj;
Less Certificate Value . 5.00 Lett Cert.ficete,. V.Iu. ,. ... 5.00 & TAX SERVICE Vera MiUer, Venice, Ida Pat- SARATOTA COUNTY TAX ASSESSORwill
than, Venice; Martha Young
i Monthly, Qi/orfer/y or
You Pay . . 3.00 You Pay .. .. ... 5.00 Annual Accovnfs So/icirW/ berg Jan Venice.4: Elaine Bigness Englewood viiit the following precmcH to accept return of

Leu Certificate Value . ,. ., 5.00 I j Highway 775 At Overbroel Jan 5: Dorothy Ashley Saraaota .

Box 735 Englewood ; Myra Culler Venice Sarasota Robert NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE, January 14, February 4, February 25

You Pay .... .. .. ... 7.00 474-1720 Sidney Eisa Eachus.Venice; John; Her.- and March 3 from 10 Clock until 12 and I 'til 3 P.M. at the Municipal Office.

rick, Venice; Bertha Lamb
Venice Helen Sharp, Venice;
Quincy;Winaor, Venice ENGLEWOOD, January 22 and February 26, from 10 o'clocuntil. J: P.M.

4tt/; ? ,,';,:-: :v: '7 :" : :J'" t--: Jan, 8: Ruth Eaton, Osprey: at the Engtewood Recreation Center.
; ., ,... Marie Hartman Englewood:
"t, i'q. \
> 4h sotOy${'. :..., ... Joseph Vroodcroft, Englewood" 1
Linda Nokomis (Bar- VENICE, The branch office. will be open from March II I I thru April I.I from 9

-' : ". .. ... Ion City Girard Mich.), Evelyn Wood, ,I o'clocluntil 5 daily, and 9 o'clock until I 12 on Saturdays Venice City H.,..
; Placid. Edmund Liden Venice '
/ : ; \
Ii I
p ; Salvatore Di Stefano.
Englewood .
: '"r _. J'" r.Yn.fraralearrasa.g.eri .
Jan 1: Barbara Bellcase, ---
Venice; C a I' i. Clemens,
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It's Back To Grind For College Set After Gay Round Of Parties I

The Indefatigable college' drove down Thursday from At Leslie Grey were among those Linda Vreeland David Martin Dick Lumley from St. Petersburg I bel Olds, Bernie Quinn and Roger Langlerl, who is stud
tudenta return to their studies lasts to return with her. She is who attended the party given and Donna Crane From Troy State College Junior College. I Wilson Owen bog at Berkley Institute of Music
hroughout the East this week, In her first year at training at for her 1962 classmates by Miss Dick Satava was home from were Barbara Miner and Waiter Lynn McRae was home from Mae Dean Poynter was home was home from that school
? well as do some of the post. St Joseph Infirmary Schoolof Brown, his student medical work at Tomlinson, and from Virginia Wesley, Joan Dillon from Bran- from Southern Bible, Helen Among the Manatee Jr. College I
raduate and former students Nursing there The 1963 graduates of VHS John Hopkins Intermont, Andrea Hel- nae, Diane Riehl from Rollins Domka from Jackson Memor students here were Lee Smith I
'ho came home tot the holl. Returns to Wineoiwin were hosted by Yerkes Jon Tate was home from leis, Mayo Weedon and Nancy and Elizabeth Lieback from St ial Nursing School and Jane Bonnie Pfreundner, Gary Jen
gyg Miss Karen Calkins, senior Students at Home University of Georgia. and De- Hahn Leo'i Academy Gay and Carol Caldwell from kins. Derrick Vogt, John
Among the former students dental hygiene student at Mar. Among those taking part In flume Brown and Ralph Anderson Sharon Beatty was home South Florida students home Bradenton and Sarasota Beau- Draughton Don Kirkley and
,ow practicing their chosen I quetti University in Milwaukeewas the festivities home from University from University of Tennes- from University of Miami and for the holidays included Isa ty Schools, Doug MacArthur.
who were home here for the
recessions holidays with of Florida, were Esther
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'1th their parents and to attend the Harden, Terry Miller Phil -"---'- '- --
:arbara Hider, daughter of wedding of her brother, Neil Payne Bill Ball, Linda Richmond -
In Helen Raymond who IsCaching Calkins, and MillS Peggy Jo Carol Feldmann and OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
advanced mathemat. Holland on Dec. 23 She left Hanford Swatek
., and biology in the Akron, Friday: with her grandmothers, Here from University of r i
hio, school system, ond Miss Mrs. Daisy Calkins and Mrs Southern Mississippi were Bill
anet Hare who is chief suigl- Nick Gulig of Otnro Wis, who Harrison and Pete Maurer, ....1. j
al nurse in the Philadelphiaeneral : were aim here for the yuletide From Duke were' Sherman try ,
; Hospital j Dental Clinic wedding, Stratton and Leslie Grey i
anet left Dec 29 and Bar The spate of parties that at. Betty Zock was home from 1.
,are left on Friday tended the Christmas holidaysfor Florida Southern and Margaret' *
Janet's twin sister, Janice, the students included eluncheon Higel, Karv Van Linn and vt r n ne ,
Iso! was here visiting their i for 15 of her formerVHS Carol Fox, from Tampa Business ; 5"
-arcnts, the Claude Hares on'' coed rlasmates given i by I School Pat Dean was
(arbor Drive. Janice h a another I Miss, Nancy Hahn oft Dec 30 : home from her studies at Jones _
year of training at at her home and a* party the Business College in Jacksonville fl v
tospital at Laurel Miss., and Miss Barbara Miner I Florida State students at q
i currently doing special train- Last big parties before the home were Lois Butler, Bob ,
?, at Whitfield Hospital. in students depart were the two Yerkes, Tom Reiter, Nancy
ackson. Miss She had to leave I New Year Eve events at the Cooper and Lynn Doan From
n Chu'-tmas Day: for Jnckvm homes of Miss Denise Brown, Stetson, were Jack Dawson, '
Another student nuns .Mrs 300\ N. Nassau St.. and Bob Esther Amger and Lynn Schaf.
- >.nne Curwood, daughter of I Yerke'. 418 Valencia Ave Rick I
:; '. ,Ir. and Mrs Charles W Cur Skofield! a houseguest of Hiilph erMf,-sey students home from F 'wFRFD
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iood, Itt Saturday with her Anderson and Eugene/ Harper Jaci,*>ni ille were Pat Nuhol.i jH
ode] Walter E Smith who I 1 houseguest st the home of Miss Joyce Haviland, Lynn Willis _
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-.. -. ,:. a .1.... t. State, County i Municipal Bonds 1,206,139.3
(COLLEGE CROWD &LW: OLD YEAH OUT partygoers there were, left to right. Nancy gnu ?
|at a party hosted by Robert Yerkes, at the Hahn, Wilson i Owen, Lorraine Langieri, Dick CASH and Due from Banks 1219472.84 $ 6.977,376.26
Lumley, Lynn Shafer and Yeikes Another
hom of his mother Mrs. N.. Irwin Yerkes 4';
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college party New Year's Eve was given by Loans and Discounts . . . 5,659,458.81 1
|Valencia) Ave. Members of the 1963
VHS graduating Mms Demur Brown of Nassau St.
clans wire invited, and some of the' (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Ob.ixlorf) Overdrafts . . . . .. 85.72Banking

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rea Girls Eligible For ContestQueen ;+ & Fixtures . r. . .. 303,901.82 '

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Venice area girls will have lion by air from Florida to contest on a pattern similar

chance to compete for the job New York to the annual selection uUe Total Resources 12979564.69
I' "glamorous hostess in the 0. L M.t lON .
During the year following Orange Bowl Queen in Mi- Ret. lodsstrlaBst
londa exhibit at the World'sair her selection she will make
ami. Invitations are being sent
in New York next sumer personal touts,
this week to Jaycees chambers
when required throughout the of commerce, civic clubs,
This opportunity will come United Mates and possiblyabroad universities and colleges 0 wo ,.o\
r rough the 1964 Florida Citrus as the theme girl"of throughout Florida, to sponsor) t r LIABILITIES
ueen contest at Winter Haven Florida's important citrus "ouUUinding beautiful girU" in
[larch 9 during the 40th a.'ouullorida industry, fur which site will receive this contest, Two pictures said
Citrus Exposition. an enUbiiuheti fee and complete information. for each Capital (common stock) . II.. $ 405,000.00
.H The winner will be given the travel experue Along with a applicant must be mailed in
::E .ssibility! of working in Newark large bronze Queen's trophy, before February 13, From : "} rt Surplus . .?. . . .. 405,000.00
for the entire six months she will receive many other I them applications' the contest
f.the World Fair and will re- valuable prizes including a committee will: select I 25 final- ,t 'd Undivided Profits . . . 7500.00 $ 817,500.00
.ive a salary of $100 per wrist watch, swim suit, lug .
who be invited Win-
lusts will to
eek. She will !*> awarded a I gage Jewelry and cosmetics [ ter ,Haven for the contest on Special Reserves ..... . II. 141,978.72

renal $300 World Fair Plans are now underway I4 Unearned Discount . . .e. 127,153.38
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ardmbe and free transport- conduct this year' Citrus ( m pare )

Other LiabilitiesDEPOSITS . . . . 2,500.00

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\\U4 THE VENICE GONDOLIER' ___ __ ____ __ Px E FMtig

The dub made plans< for jbuket two meetin of the new boardof Lloyd Baldwin.

Cast Set For 'Arsenic' !NPC picnic on Jan 16 and directors un Thursday. Jan. The purpose of the meetingis
Opening : Club NotesBy will meet in the recreation 1 and 16 Both meetings will I to formulate plans fur their
area of the Commu ity Centerat convene ut 10 a.m. at the Com 1964 programs
1 p.m. munity Center. Those serving There will be an election for I
After the regular business -- on the board are Louis B. treasurer at the next civic
Little Theatre Next Wednesday I MARnVERIlE PFTtREON: :; I meeting. the ladies will hear a Mr. Carl Meyer, president bcliiTiplke John Boyle Stanley association meeting on Jan. 22 rat
The Boat Club WIll meet next I t.qi. on pardoning. Mrs. LconaMcKili'iui of the Civic Assn of North NtKiii. Hubert Orr Paul 7:30: p.m. at the Community
I Thursday, Jan 10 at 7'30 p.m. president urge all Port Charlotte, has unmmntod Hdlmoter, Frank Rodman and Center.

"Ar enle and Old Lace," Isrehearsal dustrial Traffic Management at the NPC Community Center the members to be present lit --

In its final week of Consultant when he retired I,I for their regular' monthly meeting this very important meeting
Vfore at the Venice and the election of new of- .o-
I ittle Theatre opening on Wednesday. by Officer Albert Brophy will be played Home-Made Boat ;1 fleers One member will be The new Pittsburgh Club of 9ti Tae c ,toe EiBY
Zielke of Tanager 1
cast of this play elected to the board of direcI North Port Charlotte had 60
The large Dr AI is better known at the tori also This is an important at the organizational
the theatre a chance once theatre Launched At NPC(I
fives as the chairman of tho '
to bring new face and ; meeting Commodore Can meeting last Thursday eveningat
gain grounds committee. He has |I field urges all members to be the Community Center The aArS, 1tRlflh4bt9a1.k7e8
the stag Some with I
.alent to helped A number -
and others you park your car there spectators turned present new officers elected were Jim 1
previous experience many a time and has done a out to watch Robert Orr -o- Bates, president; Alan Dagg rS

Snaking omen their include debut.Dan The William new- great deal of work backstage.The launch i his new 22-foot cabincruiier The North Purt Women's vice president; Mrs Walter .........-_.,, .. .: ". ..... .-........
of Parkside Drive. pictures in the lobby of on New tabo at Club will meet today at 1:30p Ernest Jr., treasurer and Mrs
I S:ranger his wife Margene, and the theatre for this show will the North Port .m. at the Community Center Marion Kelsey, secretary RUG SERVICE
IWi'r.ll; children came here be those done by Charles F ramp. The nominating committee will\ -0rrubyterlan HOME FURNISHING
Jrom Canton two Ohio in IW2 He Mink. MInk, Architect A I.A? Many of his neighbors have present a slate of candidates Circle No. e PATIO SHOP
it of the University came to Venire from Wcstches- horn watching him work on the for the officers of president, Three will meet on Tuesday. e FREE DECORATING
a graduate and is in the MoM1e ter County. N. Y. boat for the past seven and first vice president, second! Jan. 14 at 2 p.m at the homeof S ACCESSORIES
I1 f Cincinnati one-half months and were eagerly vice president secretary and MM Harold Au, 133 Mmll
Ire Cream Vending< busi- Its !Iii a graduate of New S GIFT IDEALHOUSE
awaiting the day when it
treasurer The membershipwill St Mrs Terrene Peterson
York public schools
Bill has had no previous student of
e would take to the waterways also vote for board of di will the
but Architecture at Cooper Union a !Rive Circle Study in the
on stage, ,
xpericnce Orr pointed out it would takeat
rectors Epistle of Peter
him as Officer studied higher mathematics at
ill enjoy least three" more months to -
jHara in the play Mechanics Institute, Memberof complete the inside cabinet B

Ethel Johns will play the New Beaux Arts Institute all of work and trimming Framing Nokomis UVFD Rehearses
r art of Martha Brewster, Aunt City and studied for is of oak and it is trimmed with
lartha is the milder and six years under Dorm Barber. mahogany The boat has been
weeter of these peculiar Mink was associated with named the "Orchid 5" and has OF FURNITURE
ijrewster sisters. Ethel ander John for 14 Russell Pope, architect, a 136-horse power V-8 inboard For 13th Minstrel Show
| husband Walter came to years as project director engine, an 8ft. beam, sleeps 421 S. Tamumi" ; Tr VeniceAt
kenice in 1963 from During his years there the two adults and two children
Yale Rehearsals are underway for liam Miller and Mrs Sidney Venice Shopping CMrSERVING "
, L. I., N. Y They Gymnasium, Mellon Museum It is equipped with a galley and .
flanhasset the 13th annual minstrel show, Schroder. _
|eve two sons and eight grand- ,of Constitution Art Jefferson Memorial has a dinette that will accommodate sponsored bv the Union Volunteer .......'f tltt..1t'l 4, _v1WJII111l1111 :1n1 r *
HaU and Tickets available .t Yen
four, The driving unit are
hildren! Fire Dept. of Nokomis,
others were design and built Ice Rexall Drug Store, Devlin
Is a Power Naut mounted on SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARS
:She: is a graduate of Darling- He was designer and which will open Jan. 30 for a
project Garage, Nokomis Pharmacy
the transom and with
Chester eight three-day at Venire Elementary
West nm -
on Seminary director for
Carson and Lun- and from members of the cast
people aboard the boat will do
I 'a.. and attended Cooper Un- din. Architects, for 18 years 36 miles per hour The boat is School Cafetorium and the Fire Dept .A' ;:" .lllfl -
Im. Columbia University, N.
when the Esso Building Sin George Devlin who has been
constructed of 3/8 inch plywood
and Marlborough College In clair Oil i in RockefellerCenter interlocutor for many years :
England. Her experience on :rIgbJ: t and other I with five layers of fiberglasson will again assume his role this
the outside. Material
ftage includes work with the Urge buildings in New York plans for the boat were and year. End men will be Joe THE DEPENDABLE: SUCCESS CARS OF 64 _
, aianhasset Community Club City and Cincinnati. chased from Luger Industries purr Carney, Phil Gange, Paul Tay
bind the Strathmore Village Mink has now changed directions Inc. in lor and Ed Warner
Minneapolis, Minn.,
'tub She has served on the very successfully, doing and was built in his yard at Hubert Young will direct the tibw '
lostummg committee with the realistic art work. He works 318 Talbot St. 26-voice choir and Mrs. Guy D.

Venice Little Theatre this year. with oils water colors, pen and Orr said the only bad slipupwas \ Halladay will be accompanist..
Since, coming to Venice ahe has Ink, end lead pencil. He recently when the engine Mrs George Devlin is in ,
was er-
|..en active in the Venice oar- had a one-man show in Venice roniously shipped to Venice, charge of the production Others '

'en Club, Hospital Auxiliary and the Little Theatre is Calif., instead of Venice, Fla heading the various committees
Volunteers, Venice Yacht Club to have the Miss
pleased opportunity This took two months to are: Anne Key-
'.,nd the choir of St Mark'spacopal to show his work to their straightened out ner, make-up; Mrs Ward E.
1; ; Church. patrons : I
Neighbors and fellow Boat McCotter and Mrs Ernie Pet
Kenny Walker is a 10th grade Club members attending thelaunching er, stage settings and costumes
at Venice High School and is Wednesday were I ; and Co!. James Kalec,

lowing in his father's foot. Green AnnouncesFor Paul Palmeter, Mike Gellner, stage manager and sound man.
f-teps. Kenneth senior is well Frank Carroll, Fred Johnson, Mrs Peter will direct the *
Known to theatre goers of this Lou Fulop, Jim Bates, Alan show, assisted by Mrs. Wil- $2264 not leaded

i,rea. Kenny cam to this area Dagg, Wilfred Churchill and all
fen 19S3 from Louisville, Ky. He Re-Election the neighborhood small fry 1F / R"Y.-=r'd
u active in the Venice High i ? ."
shoot l Drama Cluh and will Area Girls Any way you IIa'ew e"
the of Officer Klein. State Comptroller Ray E it laa'
I lay part figure ..
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Green today announced In Tillahassce page aAD10sHE1
Hu many friends will be glad his candidacy for reelection March 8 and 9, I I THE FINEST i -J
n> see William E. Kruger Jr. On Sunday, March 8, each I
rn stage. He will not change contestant will be interviewed
Green said changes brought
profession but will have a ? 4
about in Florida by its tremendous for ten minutes by the panel of
t I romotlon as he appears aarulcnant five Judges. Monday night : .
.. Rooney In the play.iid last 10 years growth calls during for experienced the. March 8, each girl will compete TO VENICE V
; cams to Venice in 1957 in evening and swim !
leadership in state government gown '
JTrom Milton. Mass, and re- to meet the ever increasing suit at the public contest In : IS WELCOME OOVIAS AUlJVIATlC TRANMIIJs
hides, on Riviera Street with new challenges Nora Mayo Hall where five
\\I' wife Beverly Ann and finalists will be selected. WAGONA
"There is no substitute for I dNITEWAt1TIRS
Slaughter Pamela. He is a experience and performance in On Wednesday night March $2674.80 loaded e
nember of the Venice Police business o r government" 11, at the annual CoronationBall visit trap our hOlt l u .will "Inch
['orce and a member of the Green said "Both are vital in the 1964 Florida Citrus you feel (t horn, with her basket
Masons! and Elks developing programs to meet Queen will be named and during Of "IHt and imwM to quotient
J Elwood King, retired andI'Ing the demands a colorful coronation ceremony bout tin city, Its nrvicot and
produced by Ttit/ car on top is a 1964 Dodge 330 two.door a 1964 Dodge 330 two.door sedan And we =: ': ,::=;a: ":. ': =
on NokomIs Avenue, I.ot is growth, and the increase in requests she will be officially (Kllot..... Jlllt Mil = ::: .. : ..
new to theatre, but will for services by the con crowned by Miss, Sue Scar- sedan. It has a unitized, rust-protected body can say the same good things about it war-. = 'rear IRYRrYa,nnE":ear,..:.:'.::
knake! his first appearance on sumer and the taxpayer. brought, the 1963 Florida Citrus /. 11' front seat belts, an alternator electrical sys There's one difference. It's equipped the ::.:--...-.....-..--
btage as Mr Gibbs He is an "The I have gained Queen. \\ 1comc gonj'4
experience I
tern, self-adjusting brakes and a 225 cubic way many people buy cars these days.
ntended victim of the Aunts,
during 21 in pri-
I,ut is the one who got away, vate business my and years 23 years in inch, six.cylinder engine. It will go 32,000 For a fact, Dodge offers a full line of cars in E4DocgeCHRYSLER/' '

\mg and his wife came here in government la proving more phase 488-1046 488-1771Q miles between major grease jobs, 4,000 miles the low-price field. Sedans, hardtops, convertibles .

Q358 from Winter Haven. While valuable each year in my con- ELFERDINK'S ';:i"i;; ; ;;i"l-, --- between oil changes. wagons, the works. They call 'em
here he was treasurer of the .. 11Io. 1w/a II III M k_ pi Y I II :
[ tribution to better governmentand tx-ea ave nI
enter Haven CommunityIsyhouse Liquidation Continue 1. The car on the bottom is the same model "The Dependable. because they are. W WIW aaeeaurlaa
in the of II
serving people
and did much work Florida." He was appointed Up To 49% Discount n,:-----I ICo"

1 ackstage also. Elwood received assistant comptroller in 1949 BUSINESS 4 PROPERTYFOR 1r
his B.S. degree from the and subsequently became SALE
'niversity of Richmond He comptroller, [ Flow .IUM IM. WkeWeuu I IJ IX011,11 WOLfER MOTORS INC.
P iter studied law at Atlanta The Comptroller who also Is ELFERDINK'SOiprty I [ |'wins {IiY III I.I MMuM M to Ik.Q t:
I.iw School, T, C. Williams Commissioner of Banking, hasa t
I.... School and Fordhara Uni- multitude of activities He Florida I t ([ | !<.* wbMt*. t. IM I

ersity.. serves on It commissions and II [8.30: to S SUfI I to S ow roll MI WM v4 Mil I to CinyliiiM I I II 915 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, Fla.
King was a high school prln- of the State Cabinet Budget r '
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npal for a time and was an In- boards. r r SEC 'THE BOB HOPI SHOW, NBr TV CHECK r'R O5CM USTINO. .
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oinaWe4YsreEa I HOSPITAL' HOLIDAY Bridge Es-Ye-N, Dee Scores J U I Venice Area Church Directory I

They Scattered Cheer 1-Mrs. Elfin: Momson and
Mrs R. F Wilcox 77y.2Mrs. AlWEMStTYHOCBKOIOn 001Iv.
OP TIIII .IOU4TW Px4a Carter Harrison and VBNKC..... A..waw .. .....OP 4__ Tv'N4u5Mo.w.! tti K hPals. 1KOm
........, Posea.aMr
.. ...fl W to w en .......,- w .I.IMa Miller '78 vkaw L c.w
the'" A..e1M.1 P.It .1 a nle Gen L. H. Ik.n
........, .,.. 'i .,. Ind esohss4 Mb.i iii ass ...._ .
trsdlW Y h '" 'A MM and Al .-...,.. i1M a.swab .. _i 1 .e as MI4
G. Campbell
., The 3-A. M..wa
rwW 4oaw.wN .
coin p.M.h.d 48 rsbw .aabt..M Amongst Ailing '' ,. eaI SO" Prow aar.k.t 1.55 ? .de w.kr.
aba reawMas Journey Jr., :3. wda.Ye. Pow .._... t 55 SO"

""'" ... ..... wa1..I '" .It mu.rr.r W E.W. Poe CRAtLOTtlamenta
MoarDq H. Morris and Cot .MITSODISttm
1arYlaas w l-Mr J. *
By MRS. IRWIN YERKES; Christmas and 44 oo New J linden leaves from Michigan
I Vincent Dunn. 77H2Van : .
Year Day Favors were made last summer Sea grape leaves : Ann a FotnMita. .-nlJ.
fOtTOIIAto / I P'l1lB1' MEBSTTEWAM owcn
'Ul'tcHUI. the holiday season into bells B, Carter and E.White. .. Loo. J_ P..siewwelip .
During fashioned uanngflorettes
and donated bv the Gir Scouts were ...., Com.
: < ., .... and It -
kJbCfUiiiA '- the Venice Hospital took on a of Venice and were oo each I of the Bells of Ireland .... M i. .. 5eeis. M Dr T_ 1. Ftunm. MIIIM*.
.-'ff l' : feauvt air for the benefit ofthoee dinner tray a* clappers Birds nests were 1-Miss Lucy Journeay and a.Qm.A 1dooaI' ,..a asr Most, 11' e UK Worship MrnniClllUrw4
4At > parents who were not Carolers from the Emanuel made from palm fibre with j Mrs. James G. Kalec 86. _" Tara r NM.br1.. 1 M e.EMMANCrL .. with AitaM Clue wrrin.T11IMTT IMW. as.h..s

c: too ill to enjoy it, and also fortheir Lutheran and the Baptist birds in nest made from hem-i I' nomani Club, Jan 2nd .
..- Ed..efd D. Bell, Editor, end PuCourfnrr and 'NSI Lt1TIII.N: CIIt'aMl MrrHODIPT miRTPIWOPAt. '
N I ruitora churches the elementary kick cones Their tails tee L Tla.. Tr.lpswe ..s.4'"
Oc Q Willi., Eiecut Editor Even though there were school and a group of about 25 wings from palm" frond -Mr and Mrs Mark Ever. 1%. ** threw L **. ..aootr)A. Muse.C.awAl. "1.,_
rtfl of made I 77't: i Chsab .,11 aswnraie ......., .., wa.hi" 5..hs
.l George Zur.<*. Ad.ertnn rjot4 ever before everything was make it a holiday practice each from peach seeds; noweramade 1-Mrs. T. B. Riclt.rd.nd case
Roger Kilby Mechanical I Silperint..d.ntSUBSCRIPTION done to bring the gaiety of \UM year came to sing their songs from plum seed; hanging I!I Mr Elgin Monson, *7S L4IUI LiTHritAM ('II1.'JI'III : XI.'SIOHP1RJT
+ 9025 $3 24 per to them. of glad tidings and good cheer. baskets from dutchmen -Dr R T WUeox and Col .I.! Mel U.* 41Mrtrll A' M..L ,
0 RATES In county per year aeaaon I .:. rerw. 4 444SwrV P- Ve.r.55e45
e luc months (275 per three month 10 cents per copy Outjf 1 Louis Home chairman of Lobby Exhibit pipe seed pods; wreathe from Vincent Dixon 74 I Tb.wesblp .. 14:M .... r 55. a. wind.. May

county tf 25 per year $-I 2 per *ix mon'nl. $3 per three month the decorations,' and her committee Down in the lobby there wasa hemlock cones and acorns I I E.W _. siml'it .... .Ie1
made from 1 Mr Lawence and ask n- 5ns s.
decorated each pcottenrSIdoor most unusual Christmas Treed Other birds were Harry tAPTUT mVRdlM
to the efforts of Mrs I.W milkweed pods and wreathes I Mrs J. W Kimball 75'i. Bkmrn* Bh4TW .
Of What's Yours with a cherry picture of of the from Shadow 2-Adm. and Mr. R. C Hus MUST cut urn or teals?. 5. Cb.rto E.: CMJikmmHsM ,
Cheerful Giver old St. Nick. sponsored by the Barnes. a member sourgrsss I scinrmr -.
Venice Hoepital Auxiliary Voiunteen Venice Hospital Auxiliary Voiunteer from walnut shells There boX"1 ton 61 e4 win' VMte. Ann ....... e.aa .- u. .M.II ........
'. different hula dancers made from J-Mrs R. F. Wilcox and Mr. Y.w.lido 115.as. w...lit Mr..aeu.
lanky *. T ent> five .
Uncle Sam ..
A/narieem wed to think of it .. T P_l4CITCtCH
faun and New types of plant material plus nuts with skirts of raffia and C. E Bryant, 64'tEn .. _L ii 1aas.d.wdar Mst
.....'_411 dretted in red, whif e end blue His craggy On both Christmas I paint and glitter were used for lets made of birdseed There I .\ e.Ne, Jan 3rd I a ,.. Mti.. G'-... aeni.s.wd.wdwt .
individualism, Year Day. every patient was .... M a ,.. MiIImw,5 .. .
.cter of rugged RwtlM saes I. Of Mid-.b Per.C
fast indicated cxr allowed by the hospital to havea the enchanting decorations on were 270 ornaments in all. 1-Mr*. R. L. Gamble and ........ .... hsbdue, .... Fri.Yr Mnkw:
Today American teem to tee Uncle Sam *t a {oily guest for the holiday dinner the seven.foot aluminum tree j which were started last summer Mr*. R. W. McVamara, 834 ...site I... 1 r .. I

refund" men dretted ill red, end wearing e full white beard Eighteen friend were 'nere on She imported oak maple and by Mr*. Barnes 2-J. K. Hill and Harry Reamer I or TUB XAZARIMmC.

H, it teen et always carrying; on his beck e bag full. of free I 773Mrs.: CRACt r METHOCIST M PI.M toi CH11CHCn !>._ Y.....
:ifh which;, .he gives; to those who properly behave rhemtelvet.H r i i F. N. Mulhern and Run MilD' _. Jan taot .1 J._ U and ''"
1 net only Mr*. M. F. Omen 71 I Wtmhi *.n* I.M .-.. C. kt 40_. MteburPkoMI ,
it ditturfcing i chenge, end it is tiling piece Looking .,Y L" ... ...., I
ill' e 4W. perk of the United Sta*et, but in Indian Riveraunty High School 4-Howard Miss Sarah Huggms Piper. 73 and a....,d>>r.Stkool.ki rrk&. .11-44. l.. "" .... School Wonhtt.. t.M 11..S4 mMoniil .... i

well M T P. is. ........ ..
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m Venice Contract Bridge Club mesh StMty, t It ,.. T* k t'
When w. set out to build en addition to our hospital Back 1'1.. Iw.ke 5,55 p.wss.dat ,
Jan 3rd CATOUCciiracm Pram Mmnn t M t*. ,
we all*)*'t eh *.. to do it on our own W. went to the federal N S. e or THB rPPw ANT'
to ask for auttance The money. wet given Neal Htrtat Drip IT ... ..- sw.w CALVARY RKPORMETI nraRCHOP
9vnMreM (From the roes of the News 1-Mr and Mr, R. Conzel- ._. asa.mia VTNICE GARDEN
bid net without number of strings aHached, end ,._
t. M e man IM'j Rt. *>r. M-tr. Gorr. w. eo. mi Monk Mona DriwTV.
... nithoat en encwrbrence of red tepe Gondolier), 2-Mr*. Carter Harrison and Paean, ........ ROT Prank J. ....... PMWSuuUr
._ .101T.
.... wtww
f The littery has ailed both the city council end theaWty (IS Yean Age l By DUNE LENHART and GENE EDDY I. Gen L, H. Miller 12. ... .... .,N. .. tam a.caslw..t .. ........Srhnli Wonhlvi I ..II.tel... a..
for and ,...... ale 155
bard for enough money to that it cen qualify After used to the routine of school again on Thursday 3-Mrs Elgin Morison a Comment Rrae_.. t:Mrr ps
from the federal government It it fitting; for A directory of business, firm getting momentumin I Mr*. T. B. Richardson 120. ..sandtaireMeavm4tcGNOROMts
mre fneney and Friday. thing are finally beginning fain
...... local governmental belies to support the I library ui 11the Venice-Nokomis area the new year Around VHS it promises to be one of the belt 4-Col\. Vincent Dixon and. I : PRPRrn.UN: RAPHAFL ENGU.WOODRt. : mmcnOP
the cistern
will soon be published by Myron Srhoenfeld, 11% .
Our eommwtityBut local chamber of it -0- ..,*ltw: timid. A yowls> .... Mwr Kfim CmoioiPuwr
we fear the danger of hang.. the federal government commerce Two VHS teacher became parent over the holiday. and E.W. sat it. ...... YniesT.ivhnw :
was announced this week by 1-Mr*. Harry Lawrence and ..n' 555.55, Ma 5,55 a0.wobdm .
become involved in the acquiring of books for our J. Leighton (Count Cornwell, the entire student body extend their congratulation Deborah Leo Eaton 13P>. ......, kb.el" ": a'es a.we.hp .. Man 5t. ...

librery A ccmmwnity should' guard. 'about 9.i"t the allowing books. e cen-its new publicity director of the while daughter Richard of Mr Anthony; and Mr. --.Ton John y; .,-,Harris was :born was to born Afr.on and Dec....._.19. 2 Adm and Mr. R. C. Hus- .IIoIIt 11.11'twin 11 11-a.. G' e. .5. Mow a Caefe.les 1Iof_ MwcoduGRRGATtoNAGCRRts"T
trel I government to have ANY say organization.Decisions I ton, 118'7 uory AN
Richard Lewis Dec. 28 _
on collection of cr alive
library.And now comet the proposal from the county board to pon. A new class Mr.
board eott of the sophomore and Charlie Van- rw **.. koto PMHI PxunMk Mow 11.-
to etteblith e |joint city-county planning et e theatre movement and to enlarge staff at VHS is Mr. Dave Mahar is the 4 Alex Galt ..do. Fw.- Mole Mi.. hd1. amen M tIoo
of HI000 for the first 18 month elone, It i n expected and care for the local Corbett. A VHS graduate Mr. J George Johnson sponsor I derwater. 110'.. e'w ...-. Stud 00.._._ ((.lev r....... -UO. O u* M 11 '
temporary ..
a n i e ....
Son4 TClinrk
that the federal government will put .up half of the funds cemetery were reached by Corbett is taking the place of chairman; Marcia Goldenstemand 155 as h.10' W..toiL Moe.M Yerslaf sh..... .Hk IUM> f.rim .1
half the federel *. members of the Lemon Bay ME\'S GARDEN CLL'BHansel Prom aWrbm5 mops 0. .*>H .!- ..<. .m.it .
to the reetoning i it that the paid by go Mrs Morgan teaching algebraand Phil Farley head t>e two ': 5 s AISN 6b Pe.dr ..41l
horticulturist AitaK slaw
Post, W Young R.r.ilC.we.
enwnent will not cost .in ,"""iI9. But who supports the American Legion, in ameeting chemistry. Were glad to editorial boards; and Jane Rid and Minna 1rIo.Pare aW .. M knfiw 1151
federal government W. do. in the EnglewoodWoman's have him! with us Ion is art editor Other memo landscape gardener as 5..e .. ..4. H Knldm Kt Shimratk rip
Club Mon. owner of an Osprey nursery .
cm v.W r..L
-oMonday hers of the staff Jane McDonald
The proposal calls for employment of e tune planner day night The theatre project, afternoon Dec. 30members are will be guest speaker at the FIRST IIAPTIIIT CHURCH Of' VE1'1C:
of full. .t ,. draftsman et $4800 Ron Dickens Charles RkkaH. R LloH. PKOT WUTH VENICE: RAPT1ST CHAPEL
et e telery $8400, e the first of its type In Fngle I Club meeting of Men* Garden Club ..
'nd full.time tecrefery et $3&OO, W. |just don need! that wood in recent years will be of the into Keyette the heartsof Copp. Janice Jessup! ; Mary tomorrow at 2 P m, in the community "luW.r'Tonlil*kiwi Mn/s Sus lti"e .m.t 110'w sal.woad l **
much in charge of Bernard Suss and helped bring joy Ives. Linda Moser. and Terrence room of Sarasota Federal T..,.,. v..... 4.N a ; Br Iii.e I hideedr I
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the at Allen Horsing
patients Brannon The literaturewill ,.. Pw.ke t M s. shirt a 41 .mbrrir
eon : p
tacks of the planners sound. vague' end of doubtful. Leo Kropp Suss was a motion Home through Christmas be mimeographed and sold Savings and Loan Assn ....r_. ....._ Monk T 94 v HI. of washy. II:e4 .... I

value far practical application. For eiample, the first phaseof picture director actor and i carols and conversation The for s penny a copy The public i la invited

the planner work calls for a combined population. photographer before he retired girls enjoyed the afternoon -o- -- -

ntc end housing. conditions shady. en eiutng (end and moved to Englewood. too. A number of different groups

conditions How, wehat -- I -o- and individuals lent their talents TIRES I
'"e survey, end en existing .IYli" Get More Mileage...
wtflder, this county managed to survive without an A total of $81930 has been' Confusion has reigned over to the group gathered last
collected so far in the Venice- the VHS office since Dec 3, Monday evening in the gym for MOHAWKS
..ittI"9, conditions ,".IYlis7" Cat Tire Costs...
become Nokomis area a first Community when Mra. Duke secretary a Hootenanny. Sponsored! by : USED TIRES ALL SIZES
let the government involved
ll wite
it to Chest Drive, it was announced became ill with the flu She i* the Keyettes with Mr Dave S695
ill planning our. county. The federal government hat by feeling better now and hopesto Corbett M.C. the Hootenanny GUARANTEED RETREADS
too often hoWl an amazing capacity for complicating the man J. T. Blalock Campaign be back with us soon Mrs was as enjoyed. by all and k. AS LOW AS . .. ... t 14

imple and doing; the unnecessary, Indian River county. will -0- O\aJr-1 Somers and Mr*. Curry have promises to become a regular tel

be better off if left alone to do its own planning Martha Ann Roebock daughter been acting as fill.ins. and activity around VHS RADIATORSREPAIRED '
the federal 1 i their assistance at this tune is
This opportunity to tell ---
it a timely gov o/ Mr and Mrs Frank y oy
0fII"th... we do not approve of the praetce of takingOur I Roebuck of Venice, was D'I greatly appreciated Vena and Nokomis Elementary I FLUSHED t

tai money and then giving; it back to ut with! strings; lof several children who -< Schoola were invaded y
As members of the TOMAHAWK today by 13 future teachers NEW REBUILT USED ;
that do not have In a Sarasota float MOW1
attached This practice seems to auume we County during -
would like
: i staff we to from VHS who have begun
Hjfftcient intelligence to spend our own money the parade that preceded mention that Dec. 20 markedthe themselves Budget Terms /:;;: : :'
W* believe that this costly program it both ,unpeeettary Governor Fuller. Warren. Inauguration I sixth issue of our paper for early their to prepare chosen profession y ; ; rr \

and undesirable, and that it would. be a watt of our in Tallahassee this something which hasn't been forking in coordination with ,.
week. The youngster drove to VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR
ta< money the capital with her accomplished at'HS for many the elementary schools of the J r
Vero Beech Preu-JoumaL city par. We hope that it will become -
years the Future Teachers Club
enu Robert S Barnard and a permanent fixture of area 313 TAMPA AVE., VENICE, FLA. BEHIND THEATRE
sends members to
J. E Bartlett also attendedthe the school Phone 488-1259 In the "ToI_' Garageyou'll
ceremonies for teachers at venous tunes
Library Column --0- Another publication just being throughout the year,
I organized is the PENNY
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(It Years Ao)
cent over 1952 and of 80 9 per
r WILL, ROGERs said "A man only learn m two way: Finn area baby of the new cent over the year before according
one is by reading and the other is by association with smart year and winner of the sec- to postmaster R E.

er people." ond annual "baby derby" of Shallberg, + rew
Most ecrtdinlv d library CHI help in reading the Venice Retail Merchants Receipts for the year totaled' e
Only a lif,.tim,' of sustained si education through r ad- .
Assn.. was Linda Vasbinder S39.994.54 as compared to $28S91 ..
ing can keep ut in readiness for responsible CItizenship. daughter of Mr and Mrs William 41 in 1952 and $22,103 61 in
f The Free Public Library for the Venice area opens the I Vasbmder of Englewood.0 1951.
door to this dedicated purpoke
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Thus like the hero in Conrad VICTORY we take the resolution
criticizing the Year Ago)
stride forwardYour ]long delay In completion of .
anew After the
having project alternately
membership in Friends of the Library will help the Albee
Bridge to
cultural stride ' Casey Key was passed the
by by the Sarasota County Commission
Venice Retail Merchants Assn in the past month Albert

Ve-No Art Assn. Jury Show at !its at monthly the Gulfbreeze meeting/ Hotel Monday E. Blackburn of Laurel ,

was granted permission yesterday rpf
--o-- morning to continue ,
Award Winners AnnouncedTop I Total postal receipts: at the digging a drainage canal east findSARASOTA
Venice Post Office last year ward from Roberts Bay to the rr+ sYr N y4
showed an Increase of 39.8
awards in the VenIce. prize and Kuzulka the $25

Nokomis Art Assn Jury Show prize. Prize money was donated ---

which opened Monday night at by the bank and awardpresentations FEDERAL
were made by CASH 'N CARRY SALE
First National Bank of Venice, President George Youngberg -

It went to William P. Way, Jack Honorable mentions went to I On Water Conditioner Chemicals I
Kail and Kuzulki William McCartney Leila Wat-
Way received the $50 first Imgton, Burton Bartlett and Sate Only Thru January 11 Only

prize Kail the $37 50 se, ond |I Dorothea Thompson j


100 lb. .t9. 51 .90 ant when' normal bleaches :


Gal. 45c brown .-. .. .
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POTASSIUM .PER for clearing out I

Nokomis, Fla. Lb. .. .. . oOCPEPTI fouled CO OC for insured i

i I' GROWERSSHIPPERS Softener g&. 7Ai savings

+ ., yy Why rent or buy anything but the best when it cottt no more


a Citrus Fruit Soft Iron Free Wafer I Support our local economy' TrWer yow set el

I 1 .. "t town funds, now without 1 low of
24 Hours dividend No
a Day .1 Days a Week I "Ai +s, colt
NOW IN SEASON to you, lust bring in your. passbook and we'll do Its,

RENTAL WITH OPTION TO-BUYAutomatic east Your savings will am 4,JS% per issues, com.

MINEOLA TANGELOS pounded or paid Quarterly and are completely. ..
Miracle Water
TEMPLE ORANGES Softener equipment Automatic Sulphur run I Plenty of FREE parking. Remember nvwg,

PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUIT remove hardness and moval.qufpment. VENICE: 444 So Tamiam! Trail placed( here Oft or,, before January '10. dip ass

MURCOTT HONEY ORANGES iron.At At low $ Per from January I. u
I'' 9 II .. Month
Try Our Delicious *l Month 1718 Main StreetSo


So. Trail at Stictnay: Point Ro.dSARASOTApg


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217 Seaboard Ave Vemc 4883587 savings and loan

Offices In Venice, Saratoga and Br d.nton assoclallonttu.it

,A .W savings i iMtiMioe ;Iicollto t1. 8111011/0./1 01
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JANUARY 9, 19b4

I I1MS Phoebe Chapter Meets Monday II

DOROTHY GAYNOR The 1964 Presidential Campaign Mrs. Alexander Angus and Empire Monday at 1:30: p.m.
Mrs. George Bell will be hostesses in the community room of Sarasota
QottmgBy Women's Editor to the HMS Phoebe Chapter Federal Savings and I
I of Daughters of the British Loan Anon
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Items GOP ClubsPresidents I '
to 488-MOI Eyed By Women's
!44444444441 VENICE MOVIE. LOG **********'" 'II

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and officers of six I GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
There 11 so much going on this week and next In Venice
at surely everyone' head Is whirling; mine certainly Is. Women Florida West Clubs Coast gathered Republican with J Thor.. FHSat JMU f Itllt DRIVE-IN I THEATRE: JDo.t.1.
eretore, to be sure you are thoroughly contused, shall e .d1. S.eta w tlL
we 150 members of the local club Starring M.rk Da.... ._,
that, in addition to 0.Prt.llol. 05,
mind you your personal club and
party yesterday at Early Wynn's { Willl.m ra.phen. L.uu Ambnj 2
tJvltiea, you can see the circus dress rehearsals] today PNareh
Steak House to hear ad-
rough Saturdty, see the art show' at First National Bank and dress by Mrs. May L.an Hen j g....M..r..wooL, J... II-II-14-11 PER CAR
one-man show coming up ... "WM f>. pn Jj
Putr <
at Great Lakes Naval wood, president of the Florida J.rk U Shlrlw Mrl.ln.l. e
Ixt week at Italian Villa, Station TBS Inrxaya.3k. !
P. dweN
Federation Hilly wiuw
iar the fourth Asolo Chamber and has been in the Navy three t w 7
Music concert Sunday at Asolo years. He was graduated at Club presidents and state officers 4 *. nsMA LA Dor't11'NaInN Irdu4.MDm.tl 51.5...

Later, Sarasota: attend the Venice High School in 1959. at the luncheon meeting ; ,.. Son, -It... TRill FART AND I. TUB: nJRIO'I
were Mrs, R. F. Scheullerof
of the Library -0-
n Wednesday evening, see The 1 1,635 mile trek from Toronto North Port Charlotte, Mrs 11l11N11NNN1NwN N11eMNM11NNN1rN1EXQUISITE
t' VLT production of "Arse. Ontario, Canada, to Venice Marie Noeth of Port Charlotte,
Mrs. F. W. Roman and Mrs.
and Old Lace" Wednesday was begun Saturday by the
Bernard Zielas of the two Sarasota
and Freedman
rough Saturday on, longtimeand
M on, and on. Confused popular winter visitors, : clubs and Mrs. Jessie
Lough' and they completed the Jaunt Woods and Mrs. Helene Morrisof EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
-0- into Venice yesterday Anyone Sarasota, state officers. TRADITIONAL
Welcome to Venice to Mr ready for a pinochle game- Mrs. Harwood discussed preliminary
He is the plans for the presidential Let M style your favorite .ese
rd Mrs. John R. Robinson of major pinochle protagonist
rkside Drive who have just of all time, we think. election I campaign i or ceramic Info beautiful lamp
( Midland Wonderful to have them which will be summarized ata
rived from MIch., back. a Rewiring; Restyling
.. .., state meet in St. Augustine
\ make their home here. Mrs () a Ml lamp Repairs;
L,bmson has lived here before, A late college note-and how in March. Final campaign 1
ft he has not. She evidentlyI did we miss him-reports that plans will be made at a meet .I 1.I Wort by Experienced Designer end
I a good "sell J job" on the John M. B:evins is enrolled at ing in Washington, D C. April -- ------ ------ ------ Craftsmen
wn for they will be here Eastern Kentucky State Col. 8 through 11.Attending REPUBLICAN WOMEN came from several right to left are Venice members who will at-
irmanently, now. lege in Richmond. And another this meeting from Florida West Coast cities to hear Mrs. May tend the state and national campaign conclaves THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
R that S. Gregory Steele hat Venice: will be President Mrs L Harwood, second from, right, address the this spring: Mrs Harry Barker; Mrs
[Also here, for their yearly pledged Phi Delta Theta fraternity Carl Hamilton; state officer, I local club on preliminary 1964 presidential Carl Hamilton, president of the local club; 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
inter visit, are Mr. and Mrs. at Centre College, Dan. Mrs. Harry Barker and Mrs. I campaign plans at a luncheon here yesterday and Mrs. Ann Lord, who will handle the national
irl A. Wolter of Somerville, ville, Ky. He is the son of Mr Ann Lord, who will handle the Mrs. Harwood is president of the state publicity at the April meeting in Wash.
J.. who arrived New Vear and Mrs Cameron K. Reed, publicity for the convention. Republican women s organization. With her ington, D. C.
,(y. They stay, yearly, withe Ocala St,, and was graduatedfrom Several members from each of
Karl Hoffman in Engle. KMI last year the local state clubs will at-
ood. -0- tend.Mrs. i Art Group Sets Two EventsThe
-0A Which reminds us, for the Harwood Is president of AN INVITATIONYou
Navy man and his wife umpteenth time, that we MUST the Daytona Beach Republican
Women's Club, has served as Venice Nokomis Art The first of three demonstra- ed idea and lets the composition -
i id daughter, Bruce Scheibler, call "Miss Mary" at KMI to vice-chairman: of the Volusia Assn has two events scheduled tions will be held at the Venice take shape during the process -
|. >me from Waukeegan, 111, to ask about her guest and find County Women's RepublicanClub for the next week Civic Center on Monday at of painting are cordially invited to attend an

i nd the holidays with his out just who is back this year. and is a member of the A one-man show displayingthe 7:30: p.m, The guest artist will This demonstration is primarily informal at the Civic Center Wednesday
j rents, Mr. and Mrs Albert We saw her briefly New Year's Volusia County executive committee work of Bernard Reading, be Robert McFarland, who also for the association
She has been active in was the judge of the luriod members but evening at 8 on Jan. 15th to
] Scheibler of Englewood. Eve and she, bless her, looks Englewood artist, will open at nonmemberswill p.m.
affairs for art show now on exhibit in the
governmental many the Italian be admitted for
nice is a hospital corpsman wonderful, as usual. years, Mrs. Hamilton said reception Villa Sunday Galleries from, witha 4 to i lobby of the First National I of 50 cents a donation meet Mrs. Dorothy F. Lantz, the librarian at

6pm. Bank of Venice. the Venice Area Free Public Library together
To show his audience how to
1, Hostesses for the receptionwill cultivate an 1 individual style I : I with her two assistants, Mrs. William A. Grotz

Ir .et Handley be ,Mesdames Stefania Robert Takores, working demonstrate with oils one, McFarlandwill of today'spopular Danceevery h > e1 I and Mrs. Kate Durfee. Mate it a point to be

Gwen Lockerby, Sara Larson methods of painting r.t d1 I present.
and Martha Elmendroph. which starts with a preconceiv- I TUESDAY i' I

8 30 p.m. C The Friends of the Library

/, # '. Reception To Introduce New Music By I'If', 1 of the Venice Area Inc.

Library Director And AidesMrs. Door Prizes Admission ORCHESTRA SOc '

Dorothy F. Lantz, librarian in temporary quarters at Ven- RECREATION
( of the newly opened Nokomis Woman's Club. CENTER .j
e Venice Area Free Public Library Hours are from 9 a.m to 5:3: ( ----
and her assistants, Mrs p,m. week days and from 9 -
William A. Grolz and Mrs a.m. until noon on Saturdays.
Kale Durfee, will be introduced Evening hours, on Monday and
to area residents at a reception Thursday, are from 7 to 9 p.m.
1i Wednesday at 8:15: p.
I Facilities are free to residents
m., at Venice Civic Center ,
Hosts will be the directors of of Sarasota County, who
the Venice Area Friends of the have resided here for six:
months or who own property in
Library, of which Rockwood
Bollard is president Mrs. Bui- the county. A service fee of $-I
lard will be in charge! of re annually will be charged those
freshments. not falling within these two SnAT
wl g.t av The library opened Monday catagories. THE

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-1. 0:1 Established 1929 with printed cotton satin blouses
NTBE, HUMAN TOUCH displayed by Richard yet, has not caught up with the others in the PHONE Select and Consult an |nde.too > I BROKEN SIDES WOOL SKIRTS
.Barstow, director of Bros and Bar. hunt the
Ringlmg autograph ( five have autographs of pendent Insurance
Agent ti
num & Bailey Circus, brings the rehearsal all the performers who have been with the -1701 you
audience into the act and has developed some circus since it began rehearsals in Venice) your or Lawyer. LOOK

[Barstow fan clubs among the thousands of but she is not far behind. With Barstow, center -. -.-"" ...... "" ""'"1- -..,.".'" "
[circus buffs who daily attend the practice are the "Dionne" buffs, and "Mama," FOR THE
sessions' One of the strongest is a group; of left to right: Mrs. Charles Williams, "Mama"Mrs. '
. five women from Venice Municipal Trailer Ethel Sheldon, Mrs James Druce, Mrs. RED TAG
, Park who never miss a performance and Albert Barker Mrs Rose Hibbard and Mrs. DANCE CLASSESTEEN
whom Barstow has dubbed his Dionnes." A Rollo Bouldrey (See story, page I). Thurs Fri.
newcomer to the group is "Mama" who. assolo (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obcndorf) AGE CHILDRENNEW ?

[\ Orchestra Florida To Be HonoredBy MID.SEASON CLASSES In OTHER DRESSES
'resents Couple
Tn Age Ballroom Class in Fo Trot, Waltz, Cha-Cha-Cha, MISSES SIZES 10 to 20
Cellist Epistola and Flutist All States Tonight Reel and Roll and All Ballroom Dances every Tuesday WOMENS SIZES l2'/2' to 24th"i

rid nna wife Clare team Flynn of, a musicians husband, starting January 14, 1964 from 5:45 to 431: P.M. **>*.
>H appear with the Asolo Florida will be the honored dancing and both refreshments 15 WEEK COURSE $15
;hamber state at the All States Club I and prizes I ?
Orchestra in its I
urth concert of the season party today at 8 p.m. at Ven CHILDREN TAP BALLET AND ACROBATICNew

lunday at 4 p.m. at Asolo ice Civic Center Beginners Class 4:00 to 4:45: P.M. :;:
"heatre, Ringung Museum, At the meeting last Thursday Intermediate Class 4:45: to 5:30: P. M.

arl8Ota. the: evening's entertainmentwas ELFERDINK'S 8 WEEK COURSE $12 sp
arranged the officers Liquidation ContinuesUp
Garden and directors who acted as To 49% Discount All Classes Held at The Venice Gardens Recreational Center

Gives Free Books hosts. There were 175 present BUSINESS PROPERTYFOR CONDUCTED BY

Members of the Men'i Gar. and 12 door prizes were award.ed. SALE '
en Club of Venice are indi- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Atkinson
''dually presenting books to ELFERDINK'SOsprey
te Venice All residents, tourists and
Free Public Library Florid.
11 memory of one of their area guests are invited to the For Information contact Mrs Whit at the Center, 488-4786
3:30 to 5' Sun. I to S
umbers, Dr Earnest R weekly parties which feature or Telephone Mornings, Sarasota, 924-0325
rooks, who died last week ballroom, _round _and square s SLe

OES Will Serve
N \ ';1I "
} iR{
Turkey Dinner '; !tiJ \ "llit d11i; e
DUPONT 501 N : 'A \ ol
Venice Chapter 248, Order of ... ;J. + e
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Eastern Star, will serve a .""i? .\ ": ;t ;'Ih.,1i"1i
>enef it turkey dinner Saturday I continuoirt filament all nylon pile ,! : ''"''"', """ ,;.;..M--l \
rom 5 !, .. f
7 p m. at the Masonic "" .{ "t _
emple I Wide Selection of Colors Reg. 7,95 yd.'S t J1

B "' F.'i: }' t.' --. .. r-l'I.: ''' '
Mr. NOCTURNE HOUR NOW 5.99 Per yd. l \' IiiJ:.' t1( mJI. REGISTER NOW CE ,r '
and Mrs. Carl Hauereh \ !- ; ,
A ; aRrY
oat and of Hunter hostess Drive to the will Janury be- WALL WALL i; ,; ".tlt.t: :\ i l FREE DRESS

meeting of Nocturne Hour 32-- Silvertct Rubberized PJ 1 t : DIES SBS13. 1/

(usic Club Tuesday. l'Including ,' ;.r '1 '.1. ,, : )f(. 11 "..,:L" ',. ,....,j
... .. "oIt"' '" ;;;y;:;;;; $10.95 Value
TOTAL LAID $8.24 per sq. yd. : \. t .4. +lj W'l'i,,} ,
rd Year ..g.f.q. ; f.i'( $
., :: ; .. ."' >'t" ,1'1'-; ...", need b.
s not to win

3 PARADE L 13 COMPLETE LINE OF DRAPERY FABRICS r.t;.':E 'L I' "a, a 1. C6iff"'
of Elegance without
AND SAMPLES Extravagance ,
j: "' ...; t, Over 30

HOMESANNIVERSARY FULL UPHOLSTERING >+"". ."),#, vl. > "4; ';.,t'\"'- YearsExperience THURS., FRI and SA Ta i


UPHOLSTERY & DRAPERY, Appointment After 5 P.M Jan. ?, 10, 11

925 S. Timiaml Tr. Venice (nest to Wolfer Rambler: Phone 488.1666 I 234 T.maml! Tr. Venice Phone 488.4743RSDAY

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I ; Far And Near They Came To Participate in Area's Holiday Festivities

C "' .,o: end IT.e ILn.lr.
Br:t ltosts on "
'!berr of ts Pet y
fro (r.' :e t '
DOROTII1 GtVSOK day and Wednesday with a the general atmosphere 29th to ce:cbrate hs: rthdi> I brother if Br8g i" Jr d. t e -' c-nce p: 'i.i i.e j I Street J Ii! sFI t'
Bj I Fo Mulre 't. bM .-M : l
Miss ('Muf
the last aria with a dinner party at Earl f the New Year Cay
to eggnig bn
The moat :s hapr Yue-: burnt: of New Year Eve celehr..rrs erenity Pi\ersburg. .wood: v ii 1 c' : e > I : b
quit l Wynn Steak House Here for 11s: ; farth two verge r :i t 14r
I ., Year holiday cookie | H j f sic::na N
J New Day '
r t r
o as-
tide holiday si= -i .r t.Grrge : ;
the *
.. Largest gathering of the c.inwe ; the holiday occasion were party I.f -- *ti parties at the b: ;; 7
which maintained 'ft.
a sear ""J .p T. : njia of Another fam ly ,atm r H
any heard of was that of the I; Fred Jackson alley Forge r -- ftt t'-e hrme Sp"'I atp.
I Everett Miller family of Padue Pa.. (he is one of the outstanding was that of the J Lee I -
children fabric and clothing : Blanc of Sulpher La "
CARPORTSI Court Seventeen young 1
ALUMINUM I grandchildren and sons-and designers in the country); the brought daughters Man. alit
I Idatighteas-in-law came from Robert Copelands of Vlllanova i iP. Lynn, to Venice os.s.. lbh
10'I 20' Aluminum Roof Indiana be with the Millers ... and their three children, I other daughter Mr' L.." .
I They took over the five first and the Richard Sharkey. of I Luck, at the LUCK h'rr. ;
i iI .
,n. 5130 Installed I floor apartments at Island Atlanta, Ca. with their two the holidays Dr and .! BlN
I House on Casey Key and got children I Luck scarcely u'* t'1e'-. .
t DO.IT.YOURSELF $92.00or together at least once duly; at Another famous artist in said the circus'"dS a .".,",, J
(I .
anyh na over 200 square fed or meretSc the Miller home during the another field Guernsey LePel I I net for the LeBlarc war ;
FT. INSTALLED 46c FT. DO.IT.YOURSELF i holiday visit. lay, political cartoonist i who has every available mO".en" at t-
Family Gatherings won many national honors and rehearsalsThe r
y Aluminum' Products I Another large family gather awards, was here with his wife Rev and \r TV"s 1e q
Jlt Carney I i ng was at the home of the and two sons, Lynn and Richard Patterson enter arM K t hand N
488.1554s Carl Hauerbachs of Hunter to visit his mother, Mrs her parents au .IB: .h rte
I Mlle N, Nokori, Drive who met here on the i Ardria M. LePelley, for the holidays From :M'erbr s u
holidays Richard is in Schoolin Ohio came the Raymond P'
St. Louis and Lynn is in the tenons and from C : "hus tN
* theatrical profession in Memphis her parents. Mr and M"s
Jack Nida The N:.da *.., be j I I'LD
At the Sen. Warren S Hen
__ here through t-vr,orrouBUler .
deraons on Golden Beach Blvd., '
the holiday was a quiet family i Son Visits b
Mr and Mrs E H B;x.er; w
one, except for the noise created .
moved into their new home at
by the three
children Christmas morning, 323 Ba>'shore Drive: Dec 23 l
COZY Sen Henderson said The senior and she' was re dfor guests rstN
WARMTH Hendersons Mr. and Mrs on the :Mth when heir s'. a-,d

r; Warren J. Henderson, came daughter ui.trw.It.. and :MEdin ,... ': : 0RD CELEBRANTS: The New t.,T:e that time A: t',s IN WINTER from Beach far C. B xler. anet fr P.il Martin ot w
over Pompano 1. Eve i'art.->th anniversary party at ant were, 1 ft to r
N J. The urBjclers IJ
a four-day yuletide visit with Arlington jur Sd.te Marie. Ontaro Onad the host an
@c\ [ left Saturday. ua: :., a \,..\okcmis, Nokomis, brought
the Gibjs Mrs, Martin ,
family Jr..
Cardinal George
Miss Blanche COlt and M ; )g v"i severs) ce:'brants were present :
COMFORT : : Mulherns. Entertain FamilyCapt. E Cues Miller of Harbor Dr,.t it u;. I o: :log thirty years ago, and many H. N. (Bud Wimmers,
and Mrs. Roland
(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Oben rfl
IN SUMMER Bi.tm of Montgomery, Ala., had 15 persons there for Ch: t i t r have alt nded the parties early
and their two sons, David and mas dinner, in<:ud rg *.:--.
r r Bruce, had a fortunate two Cotta mother. Mrs. W.nr.e i
week Christmas leave which Colt of Clearwater and v c. ; .
they spent with her parents, sister and her L -IV: :M Ir rj.
the Frank Mulherns of Bay Mrs Donald Loranger
shore Acres. They are being daughter, Janet, from Du '. :
transferred to Klamath Falls, and New York C ty. Mr C ,
Ore (Kingsley AFB) and left brother Lew G Co lt.t i
Venice Thursday for their new I Washington{ n C wan .II s
home. On Christmas Day. TheE I with Mrs Co t and! rl'urMary I
and hn eldest d.-
J Mr Mulhern'srd
f a'e Bolts I
and .h'er husband Dr and It
Peter Sifneos an'i their .
children from Boston '-'
I Year Miller s guest for the day
- her sister, Dr. Florence C ;3 r- !
I PARADE hart.At the Ernest Callen tome

3 Christmas dinner guests w re _
'i Mr. and Mrs Raymond B' n _
: HO i ton and theIr two dauc ', -> I
I from Orlando and Mr. and Mrs
David Mett'RlfSr..
with ELECTRIC ('hr Mrnaj FH .,cad! ('I"r
man Day t< i at t the" Oeonoiiclasen i
I of \nil,,rh :', II .-

Year-Round Air Conditioning -, Road w, r, hI'I |IJ"'rntc.; M'
and Mrs WI1, 1 am F DoIII" A NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE at Venice right Maxwell Cook, Mrs, Hays Watlin
of St Petersburg and tV\ Chr: Yacht Cub filled the clubhouse with revelers William Marchman Mrs. Cook, Hays \\.1-
O)) ) Eversons and Mr Wilham 1; and their guests from throughout the area lington and Mrs, Marrhrranrovr ;
"rVrane-cvcla" Electric Air Condibon- The filtered air si practically! fret from duet\: J e : : Clear also of St PetersburgThe Shown at one of the tables above are l left tn ( )Ot TFP PHOTO hv Ash m. n"r.f.1' \
big m a year.round bargain la W tIOfM/arl. and pollra...mikes a cleaner louse and W Seymour Smiths !m "
;..: "
Simply ideal for modvn Florida living adds so much to your family's comfort I ited their holiday entertaining; ) ,d. .. 1

It provides clean, comfortabl. warmth More than 100.000 of our customers We HOPE OUR HEADS with no family members hereto ,
in chilly weather and refreshing cool enjoy winter and summer comfort in WOMT STABT TO SWELL. their traditional Chnstm.s .. : .
F comfort in summer. Gives you the cli their homes with year.round Electric Air BECAUSEs Eve dinner party for close: f- I -
friends at their Louella Lane "
mats yon want,when you want It, inude Conditioning It's a win investment! WE. DO home T" V s. ;, j

your houaa .and does it with OM smell Remember,it'i cheaper to go all-electric > OURWoRKSO Mrs Elgin Morison and Miss I : .'I ,; Irtl
compact unit. In your home. than to UM a combinationof { Casey MOrison of A-1l1 da R.'ad .I ', ; :; ,11.1
With "mrerllWyele"i> you enjoy -- somcea. See your electric appliance' WELL sEX spent the da, 1i 'h Mrs Genre; ;J'', ;, ,:: ,,.I :
feat warmth In winter...automatically! denier or tit conditioning contractor no*. RaiC Morison ,nd Ann Taylor Moron :;: ; '" f

I* in New Lake Yesr\Su" s Eve ; : I! ''tt- .. ; .

";1w-tJd); n; p .C L .--.. parties New Yr at.'rea ar F'r.',OJ'i- ,v. v r.. '.:-y Jand .. : ;;iYJ' : ; &- tt.,. 4,1 Lij I

.m caurr.. roe fraternal d; for ms ...;Ji .'x 4 !; !

I FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANYcuLrie many ccle'>ran't. "p ,rty r p.ELFERDINK'S ,:: .. ":7, ,;, W', }: .. .. :,. ..,...". : .. \i.\

aqua "omu : ; .. .. Ii.to.
., _1, 1 1 1r
elf 1/; :" ', ,
P .I j : '

r Liquidation Continues ..

Up To 494 Discount ,


; OAtIGux SALE rY., .. --
A BU*'FET DINNER at Tarpon Center Yacht Cheney WhItehouse and Mu, France, Mrs
I Osprey, Florida Club started oft the New Year Eve festivities Whitehouse was here w :Ji her husband t i
(8:30: to 5 Sun I to !5 I there for member and their guests daughter to spend the holidays: with her r tents I

.. ... Shown at the buffet are, left to right, Roy the Paul W Chcnevs jf, Sunset Drive
::JPr-: ; Dean Ralph France, authoress Mrs Doris (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendc-'_
i _..... wyG

ii] + Court Elected

I: SNACK BARI Gourment Pre\\

"t Plymouth's !
Gourmet: Club members
I DOLAN Owners
elected W F. Court presidenl
I .a finest PIZZA this side for the 1964 season at their: annual I

L i \ of Ireland classic understatement. meeting Monday I
II Pool Tables 3 Snook. I Billiards )Jl IN SANDWICHES Norman McGee was nn-".ec(
"G.nun.; "ray Ealo"! vice-president. Other off!, I land
I 'Ml
heads clec
b U OPEN 10 ..m. to Midnight i ITALIAN MEAT BALLI committee "
5 Monday were: iJUl Ban a" ,
SUNDAY 1:30: p.m. to Midnight i PHONE I I BAR.BO PORK OR BEEF secretary; Bill Bose treawir .
t't I I Located Just South of 'Internet of' er; Col James Kalec, exert:
B I 488.1153 Routes 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail I live chef; Earl Wright, serving.
DINING SPECIALS committee, H L. Spaunbaughl
table setting, and Neal Infer|

Thurs. Roast Pork Ham .... 1.40 man reception

I' Fri. Fried Filet of Snapper 1.40 ---- KlVIBVnuto
I 1 1890 S. T.mi.ml Tr. Venice BAY-VISTA 1 ,yt w AT

Beach Rd. i SR 775 Englewood

., FISH FRY ni rn All the Fish PAALli. t* COM OUIIOED Of

0 Every Friday Ol.W you can eat. I Tat EXACT ORuGSPIU"'R.aEP. "M I



CALL 474-1880L
I THE DECKHOUSE Open I II I am Dinner Served From 5 p,m. to 9 p.m. .

f t TARPON CENTER Talk about value-and you will- price that will amaze you And lip JI

CALL 4882391 the only thing equal to Plymouth'slow Plymouth invites comparison. You'll

1 LOBSTER SPECIAL price Is Plymouth classic good probably find that, car for car, model r

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY looks I It' a rare combination for model, feature for feature, you

Pleasant 'Informal Surroundings. EARLY WYNN'S STEAK HOUSE one of the most handsome. cars on woa't get so much car for so little-

u.s. 41, 4 Mi. South of Venice 488.2295 the road at a kind-to.the-pocket anywhere! So go see your dealer now!
Bull Pen Piano Bar Open NiqhtlvFRIDA" lM cal INNI I".N NS toI
Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth
.w' L Live Maine Lobster Dinner Flown in Friday Morning $5.25 1 / "


Served from I to 6 p.m. Prime Ribs of Beef $3.95 II
Serving Lunch From 12 to 2 p.m Dinner From 5 to 10 p.m. WOOD/ CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH. VALIANT

1500 South Trail Venice Phone 488-6745

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l VINICSRSDAY n!f a rnar "KUn


\orth Port --

CharlottePersonals WE GIVE


ai,) and Jeanne Hancock rn, GREEN STAMPS I
named a number of fnendrh :

a New Year' Eve Party ..
their home on West Hyde
Those enjoying
'lt Avenue
fun and food were Bob and THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
,rri Innes, Sam and Jean
ulrr, Alta and Bill Moore I
,m Englewood| Frank and a RESTAURANT
, I I Bob and Joan Amos, vis.it I
over the holiday from New l
,runsville, W Va wh I _' STEAK MEAT LOAF
Mm, Harold Fidler SPECIALS

"?rsbi,Ind had It hi as and* their family New guests Year over their noli.s the. ti t- M I tr1 t 3 97( 82( 77,* f t

Mrs Fldler'i IOn Bob
,I I i I\1S wife Joan, and twos
? Johnny and David left SUNDAY DINNER 99

,u week Martmsville to return W Va home to COMPLETE (

0 I
'ti and Mrs Arthur Sewell -
.It f fen Street, returned'i

'111 n i theIr Tuesday children from in a Akron.matt 'n t REXALL CUT THE COST OF LIVING SALE

over the holidays En Y

me;',>,,r,rts home B'uefreld.'here by was bus involving an Mr accident Sewell the I MANY ITEMS K 2 PRICECOME

and two l'ara. One man
a lul pd and another seruxut IN FOR YOUR FREE CIRCULAR
injured Mr Sewell received : ij
rut on his leg -v. lily

Mr William Singer I M baden : NEWEST CUB SCOUT PACK IN VENICE is :'Ouls Charles Sweet Geoffrey Mallett and CHILDREN'S
],,< home on Shum fir spending some time hairman Robert Mallett!, cubmaster and BOBBYPINS RUBBINGALCOHOL
nr hospital Mrs. Lawrence Methodist Church Taking part in the charter ANTISEPTICMOUTHWASH ASPIRIN
Unm Sutei Institutional Reptesenlntivei
1'1\ ,in of West. Hyde Park is ceremonies last_week were left to right{ i GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorfl I
Itrn 1 along I fine after going
the hospital 1 early Friday 100 TAB
rmngTh NPC Club NotesThe Heller and Margaret Dahlman crane were joined by the Auxiliary I AND GARGLE
....-.. both $5 savings account First for a Dinner Reception atO'Toole's 98c 59c
Trinity Methodist W&CSit Democrat Club will hold National Bank of Venue!: A. J. ReslallranLReI Reg. 98c
,'I ., the home of Mrs I..ouisetllon its regular monthly meeting Kieserg and E. Swanson, both I
Mernl on Wednesday, Jan IS at 7:30 *5 savings ,account Port Char
nday on evening for Street their regu last pm. al the North Port Charlotte lotte Bank; Mildied" BakerRogers dl'nts from the !stale of 5< 49( 49( 29(
j meeting Mrs Homer Community' Center Mrs sterling serving set, Pennsylvania were hosdl the
.,, >k ttv the Bible Studs George Booker president, urges First Federal Savings! Si Loan Community Sing last Tuesday>
all members to be Venice W Dvle, The each
It d the group was pleased tot present.Approximately ; M ki, S3 gift evening group meets
I*\ Mrs Robert Orr ond Mrs -0- certificate, Charlotte DnigsPort Tuesday evening of the month ,I
Charlotte: Mr LeFleur with the exception ..f the third
agow play several piano 130 people attended
two meals, Vista Bay Lounge, Tuesday and that lime has TWIN PACK
The ladies
ets meet on thet'St the New Year's Eve BODY $1.25ANACIN
Englewood Glenn Charles, been reserved for the Men'aGardf'n Reg
i Monday of each month party and dance sponsored by ;
two meals at Driftwood Cafe Club Each meeting. a FUNGI REX.POWDER
the Civic Assn of North Port' .
Venice; Mrs A. Boriello two different, slate will have charge MASSAGELOTION ,
To Install CharlotteMr I meal at Deckhouse, VenICe. of the program Mrs Johnsonis 84(
and Mrs. Morton H J Reynolds Others the pianist for the
receiving prizes were singing .
sang several songs accompanied Mary Pobega Frances Brown and dancing Song sheets are
fOeS President bv Mrs. Johnson at II Mrs. Glenn Charles, WI.. U- available and anyone talented
69c Each
the piano Mrs Johnson also Fleur, Mrs L B Baldwin to sing or play an instrumentare Reg. ; 1
Artman will he in played for the dancing and Reg. $1.7989t Reg. 59cMURINE
I Louise Hallen Mi Throckmor- urged to have a part 'in the
i s president, of th Be group singing Mn "Cookie", ton. Mr. Jacobson, Mrs C. R, program If vou have in inter
\ ', and Patriotic Order Fox, a former professional enlertainer Hale and Mrs. L McGumness eating article to read by all EYE 2 89f
Dm Drove. HI !today ai, N I played several piano .. means do so This, IK ;> good 37i(:
it the Elks Ixidsp ifteit numbers Among/ the newly discovered The World-War} I Veteransand way to get acquainted with DR OPS For Athletes Foot
f 30 p m cot'ered dish sup- talented singers weie Auxiliary held installation your neighbors and have a
r for members and their Mrs Frances Brown Mary last afternoon peek of fur. at the same time
services Thursday
rata Myer and a few melodious .
at the North Port Charlotte Let see which !state can have
The retiring president Mrs brogues by Carl Meyer. Everyone Community Cinter The the best representation at the 40 TABLETS Reg. 89cBEN 24.0UNCEANTACID'
!. *f Bowden, will be in chargethe enjoyed the good food anda installing officer PastDistrict next meeting on Tuesday night
installation/ ceremonies. pleasant evening wanting for Jan 14, at 7:30:
Commander John Rod-
Other new officers who will the arrival of the New YearStanley CAFFIENETABLETS GAY 57
of Port Chailotte (
mine their duties after tots Nelson is chairman of .
J Installation are Mr. the .entertainment committee Francis Rodman was Installed The City Commissionersmeet .
ilph F Anderson, first oun- Commander of Barracks on Monday Jan 13, at GEL
lor: Mrs. T S. Carpenter, T..nly.lhn.-e, door prices. 2741; Louis Sthmrlke, senior 7:00: p m. at the Community
nor councillor; Mrs Richard were given out during/ the eening vice commander: Otto Houik Center. Reg. $1,19DRISTAN
/ and those walking away 69c Reg. $1.89 ,
dey. junior (councillor Mrs junior vice commander, Paul' Reg. .
in"ir Hnen secretary Mra.ur with the coveted prizes were P a I Imp ter, quartermaster; I IRonit'yn NASAL
.i navel I I treasure Mr, Wilfred Lesgard $10 savings Utl-v) chaplain: William AMIIUVTII MEETING: 72 :
amount donated b\ the Venice I 34 ( $1.49POLYMULSION
1. 'r inner gum MrM Nokomii. Bank HIT ben Top I \ (harvey ;judge' advo- Venetian Court Ordei of MIST
* .1 i Gnman oulet aunts 1 "etc W.iIt4T E' Ifnpst.lt three Amaranth will me1, t tomorrow ,I
Ding S'' Sarasota Fl'der.d I San j
i m Cutler Ji I undue I se.ir. i Ilf. ','I Robert Peterson I
l' I togs and Loan! Venire' Ernest at S p.m ii the Masonic I
r i Hoke Bowden three I 'w<' ti' tet' md George
. i oak $5 Sarasota Feder. :sax j Temple Mrs Homer Fetzer
i n *e and Mr I' H I Woofs ">n< rustet !
;t in; two yi'ar truttee inc i Loan ITronl'l! Mrs! T Aft .1 i .'ins! he ito< preside '



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! This Introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with high-zinc-
I delivery truck. content primers others with an aluminum-wax

It has a low price tag, over 40 sq. ft. of completely preservative.
usable flat floor 74! ft long. the engine up front and The windshield Is a big flat practical one-piece unit. BRITE SET I
a lot of quality features which make It a better buy. The big 90-hp 4-cylinder standard engine Is more TERPINHYDRATE CARA NOMEDEODORANT TREATMENTSHAMPOO
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at extra cost. Side doors and rear windows

Chevy-Van has unusual resistance to rust 6.1:1* I also cost extra. 6-0L Reg. $1.0050c 16-ci.
and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least Ifs a Chevrolet Which Reg. $1.19 Req. $1.9898t
such as front stepwells are galvanized. ooaunr FIIKfS means that it Is built to work for you a long Req. $1.8994t
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Telephone row Chevrolet/ / dealer about Crievy-Vcrn or any type of truck
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u.s. 41 and Englewood Road Venice 'hone 488.3061 .


E TENE'wood*

To Fete ......"....,.,.. ,,11I

\Water Board Government Inspected Grade "A" Georgia COLONIAL

atian ENGLEWOOD-Dinner will be Appreci held Shipped Fresh

Tbunday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. al
the Bay Viola R1."."ir.n" ', to [ Lb.
celebrate the completion of the Whole or SSe.
Enclewood Water by: U"" a"d SugarS
to honor ,id. board of .<,rr' 23c Bag

en fort Itayd lr their Potter seven, chairman yean of

-or the committee on arrange-
menu for the dinner, will Introduce
g the speakers.; Dr. Wad -
WDKanis. presenting the -c'
thank of the Englawood Con
mumtyj; William C. Troendle
C' chairman of the board; T B
..1.of the firm of Gee and 1Wt t 0. Wldi! $S ft Men OrdKPCCENT
Jenoon, engineers for the wit.a -
er system, giving an outline
Ikateh of the history of the pr''
ject Edward H Gardner, "c, '
retary of the dinner t"mn ,I' 1'1' I I I'I.
tee, preventing a b r o n t. OFFEE
plaque, containing the name i
of the board and of Us engineer 111'-J
*. aaymg that Englewood
Community honors the service
of tbs board. This is to tie CHEF{ t:
placed in the board office a
A feature of the evening urn FOUR'S M
r i
be the to Chairman k Excefteut
presentation We Give C
Troendle of letters fiomEnglewood
organisationsthasjbac K SANBOWTSMb. 49 ASTOR 39
the board for their. Ct,, C' TOPVALUE
servlee onaniiations to the community.have been Fif.teen FXCELI i Wbb UnpeeU t 'cag

asked to tend a representative PntM EHtctfe* Jess*? Tan N Ca
to lay a letter before Choir. Apricots : .
man Troendle since time wUl VENICE STORE ONLY ,;;;
not permit their reading. STAMPS .; (
Quests of honor will be memo Store Hours: No.2V2 2hr.K2-5
ben of the board, William G 5 $I 00 Aslor ,
9 t,m. f o 9 p m. Men. thru Fri. ll.I.IIII. .l'
'Troendte. chairman, Earl H 9 am. *o 7 pm. Sat- : : )L05,
Bauer, secretary, Edward A. :
Banhotemew, Cecil J, Duff.. Quantity Rights Manes' .... Peas"3 207 c. "9'
Stevens, Ralph E. Horton William lirhtInAif n..JI:
R. Lethbridge, Albert J DARLING/ ...A S.ne S.d.l ). .
Lund*all, Harry E. Merrill, !
Lloyd H Simonson William Dinner Rolls 2'P39E DETERGENT DaNOItTEGeaStpherWW4Ear.11302Gr
A. treasurer, former 29'
members, William 1. Hart, DIXIE DARLING FnHt.- Corn . LWSix
John W. Kunball and Lucille Filled Buns ..:: STDRarPia..lyhl ,
Marx representing her hut
band, Clarence F. Marx deceased l Td e 'llI $IOO

son: A.; B.engineers OeWolf.T Theodore B. Jen. .h y l :: Juice .. ,

Caldwell; staff of supervisors, :
W, C. Wheeler, superintendent: ; -
t Geraldine Glass, office man "' 'jl. ; ieiSlew. ?:. 39c
ager. Giant .
The committee of arrangements 49C THRm MAD .
for the dinner include u.s. No.1 VtIIt VM Pkg.
Lynn L. Horton honorary Tomato Sauce 6 P" 49Dog
chairman; Floyd Potter, chair.. POTaTOES
man; Edward H. Gardner, secretary

Roy L.; Leach C. F., Higginbotham Fred F Pfef., d. While or Blue! ::
1 $100 ITWMntMAO
Food 15T
ferkorn Walter Van B Roberts -
and George A. Wiest 10 : 39( .
it *"*
The committee regrets that
the capacity of the restuirant Arrow E Ca
is limited to 250, since IIIwca.tlOM LimaBeans ,.:: IDe
are that several times Mies.i 25 B9C
that number will wish to at. DOOI Ut Wstsr CrW, (reasiMeal
tend. The of
representatives or. b
gaolMttona will wish tickets Extra F S It is earnestly urged that o Jiant C or Grits. .
everyone who wishes to attend Apples 10 89( 29
win secure tickets at once, on 1. R P k" THRE TTMAD r r
sale fur" $2 50 at the Englewood. IflPurpei* o ,
Bank and the Englewood Savings = SweetPotatoesNU
e _
& Loan Associat:on starting Apples 5ba' 49ct I ,
/ the morning of Jan: 10. OACXIN'( GOOD
u.It 0. WItII SS II Men 0rW a ..
FattryGr..H.sE =i.

Rotarians Hear Cabbage. lb- 6( ...1111111111..1.t Fig Burs ? ? ? 39c

VHS EnsembleThe

Venice Nokomls Rotarv I I
Club started its 1904 season 1 1M
oft 01a festive note as the
Venice High School Ensemble
tinder the direction of Robert
Eubanks entertained the club
at its weekly meeting Thurs.
day with a total of six lively
popular songsThe .
20-member .ensemble 10
boys and 10 girls, selected
from a chorus of over 160 students
long each number in amaM..r
that reminded some of e
the old older members of the \
Floradora Sextet.
Starting with "Hey, Look Me
Over" as they marched single
file Into the banquet room of t

the the talented Early Wynn's group Steak switched House to Jn.Jur aUalry c ; JuepL M>iS. am Jam taA w Applfruit w.a IUJID u. OIOfQ hi Cae ,I

"America the Beautiful" and : Round Stock .JIa./89(
closed with the popular "Win. Unit On With $5 *f Men OteerLAND '
tar Wonderland." 0' SUNSHINElb. rPies\ W-IIIUMDV.s.CJIOICIs.ItIaT;.RgerRib\

t sang In "That's between Entertainment the ensemble," i Boneless Roast ., !&. 99CWD
"Another Opening Another ;
Show" and selections from the B utter : BRAND RtgisW

"Flower Drum Song," with Sliced Bacon & .49
hardly pause in between. 2 89 .1
This visit of the High School for :
music students Is an annual Peso EBe*Tads Perk
event of the Rotary Club and ; Ribs lb.49C I;
Spare .
.. ., .
the members voted the 1964 tAL. A WJa tat .
edition the best ever. 49 (aster Cat SmeleJ
t Potatoes 3s00! '
Venice Grange k .Pork Chops . > 79 "

Meets Tamiaml Venice Grange Pomona Saturday will Grange host the at WISCONSIN Longhorn Cheese *. 59 ,_1 RdTSticks.: 3 :.: $100 1 1AHOR < TASTE Fish O' SEA Sticks Kent: .*p 69 :

its meeting Saturday at 7-30: p, FrsiM Pen, &*r Style

m.Master at Venice Ronald Civic Center Brockway PHLSBURT.e BALLARD-S Sweet sfBirttanaak I Cut Corn 6for $100 Wieners ;. a. ,. 7;:; j9* ;

will preside Conned Biscuits 4 t: 39'IA TARNOW'SWWAogEq.lAtjwPatdeg< '

Grange Reports convention of the recent were Florida given SUPERB RAND 'r.JJ.JJJJ.lJ.lI.MliltJJuum-frJ llUI.' I Saus.age. . ;!. 63
by delegates at the Wednesday .<
meeting.; Robert Hicks presid Cottage Cheese Eta 29c ww.W..ewr..r SOEmUOPVAlUISTAMPS.....se ws..a ...arras TARMOW'S
cal. 1 FlM gust er Ammonia 'nap Off
SUPtRBRANO "" ( xhCIeiKr sea 69c Rae 2 SlC..._.. 70. Meat loaf f .. k 89CTAINOWI -(
2... .u.*OM,chSa.. .CuMnn I' ........ooI\c......_.."_ J
Cheese 55' M.LIh..A.MYarn.aw.nn.. uanor.smcu.rowa '
rd Year' Cottage ca m'fJf"'f C. !..y.ursn..s..rss rt 'tY'm'J I )Vl'tNtmlfftl',. C"V rMa II m' Meat Loaf. 4. .2 n.". $129 ;

PARADE VENICE 'rmlJll.lt.lUUllJllY..lIJ..trm: : mWUJMU ''I.lM I 'WJ.mm. lt.llWiNI.l. S t ? J.JJ.l.llJ.l.mllJ.mUUfJ.U>s :(fJJ ;

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HOMESANNIVERSARY AI iMiMFel2lor58cPA I I" C.frMUa rn: 79c .odI.. M. 63M4 <' ) NrVt4 tAATS $399 I i W.D YdS2S

sew.M..tew u.t :so.ara.. aw..rreeacWaww. KMaw J'I ir. Krti CM.I-aw._ ............car s wl.at., .. sew ..GrouMBaf.......... ; I
on. tusioes ears o. H canons avers ONI PSS CIHTOMB tea s.wa.a.w ears
,.. UIUI o.p HI
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Meeting CalledOn

-. ffdgf Radio ClubAll

area persons interested ON FLORIDA'S HISTORIC <3APARU! Ur4D I
In forming a Citizen's Bund

Radio Club are invited to at- AND THE GUUP tQP ME3r1CP

tend a meeting here Friday at

8 p.m. in the Community Roomof

First Federal Savings and P +' y, R u {5I

m' Real! Estate Houses For Sale Loan Asan.
Misc. For Sale
Rentals Business Personals Walkie-Talkie as well as 5-
I LARGE 2 BEDROOM 1 BATHHOUSE SOUTH VENICE watt operators are invited to
I FLORIDA ROOM, Furnished $10,00000 BABY GRAND PIANO, good TYPEWRITERS and Adding join along with boat owners
. UTILITY ROOM. ON 100x22 la Venice Area Machines (mechanically
2 bedrooms, Florida room, condition, $350. Tel. 488-3235. erated op Persons who have not yet ob
FT LOT GULF AVENUE, See ) Chemically cleaned,
VENETIAN GARDENS. SEPARATE screened porch, car port, util CIIIPS JOHNSON like new. Just $12.50 plus parts tained their licenses are also
24x24 FT. COMPLETE ity room plus outside storage Realtor TANGELOS, TEMPLES, it required. All makes Venice urged to attend
12x36 FT. SHOP Built-in stove and oven, ref., Grapefruit at Laurel Citrus Stationers, 211 W. Venice Av. w a
306 W. Venice Av.
washer, drapes, 488-2270 Coop itand. North
REAR OF LOT. LAND rugs, mower U. S. 41 at 4886113. Lost
garden tools. Twin bed Venetian Gardens.
SCAPED. FRUIT TREES. in Dressmaking, alteration, drperles .
one room. 120x100 foot
$10.100. CALL 488-3038 OR SEE lot with Mobile Homes etc reasonable 488-11 LOST Key ring monogram
convenient circular TANGELOS fresh from "
YOUR BROKER.. trees. "E. Call 488.1064.) (
drive. Designed for
-- -- comfort. year round BARGAIN Concord 10x55, $4.00 per bushel, delivered.

OUTSTANDING VALUES MYRON McGLYNN Realtor screened patio Carport. Waterfront Call 488-6481. SHEPARD Pets For Sale
Lot 54, Harbor Lights.
4o2 Shamrock Phone 488-4974
$:,000 reduction on this cor Wm. P. Heagy 488-8198. 50 USED TV, 14" to 27". LUMBER CO. ONE MALE TOY SILVER

ITI property 2-3 bedrooms :ZI 180 FT. WATERFRONT. 2 bedrooms MOBILE 43x10 Working order, $25 up $75 French Poodle 10 weeks old
HOME. 2 bed 1003 N. Blvd
i uhj, 2 carports, furnished 2 bath home. $15,500. rooms. Aluminum Screened up with 1 yr pix tube and 3 Washington AKC registered. Call 488-KNfl
i ,imt G.E. built-in kitchen, Call 488-1092 mo. parts and service 50-50 Sarasota brfore 2pm.
porch on large lot. Venice Mu.
rculatuig heat. Owner trans warranty. Alpha Music and Ap- can
'irrrdWatri. 2 BEDROOMS, 2 baths, cornpletely nicipal Walter E.Trailer Rollins.Park, Lot 162. pliance, Opp. Theatre. Since ELLIOTT PAULfor Legal

furnished; Color TV, 1946. Open til 10 p.m 4M-3618.

'front, seawall, deep also black and white, wall-to- TRAILER in Municipal Trail. NOTRE: or 'TorKHoijim.'rWKKTINU .

",alter dockage Modern 3-bed wall carpet draperies, Florida er Park. Lot 156. Reasonable.Space Personal ROOT TRUSSES .....
room, screened patio central Alum. Window & Doors Notli Ia! ., k'.v.n Ui.t Ih. HIU.I
"urns. 2 baths. 2-car garage ,
available. After ( p.m. Bu.rkholdrr. Mrrtint ofkr 1 I''r
I.uidscaped lot, 3 blocks to heat and air conditioning. Call Contract Roofing & Painting Nxlonil ".nk rot Vpn''... for thr >,.. 410 .k
and 488.5262. WANTED Middle-aged woman Phone 488-2132 Venice Ise 4 ...1be\ htkl .. "Mond.' >. J.tu."
\ nk shopping center. Only AND
to share apartment. Call It 1M4. 'In the miucl khr < Ih. hint .
Si 300 and assume mortgage. FOR SALE or LONG TERM 15' to 50'. See New Moons Fla. 4881221. Jmllun.l Bank of Vmlc.' !bniinnlni .t ... '*?? <
I:10 pm.. fnr tIMr minMw of rlpetint, SAjL
Lease-Corner, 1 block south Metro Model H. J, Darlington 0.. \no.... of Dlretnn, fnr 1..4. .nUntlri ]' *l"sw*
Gulf View section of Venice. Auto For Sale .
of Venice limits U.S. Sales Nokomis, Hwy 41. Ph. ALCOHOLICS I tot Bont of Ulnntgn hr < mporwn.
\i ir gulf, bay and shopping 488-2608 >n4 to truiurt nurh othv ......
2 bath house originally designed Mondays 8 p.m. St. Mark'sEpiscopal I nww w m4 .._ Edon, then Honda.
nter. This lovely 2 bedroom, ..
for conversion and expansion Church: Pariah Hall. I 55 OLDSMOBILE 2 door $95. IKBT NA1IONAL BANK or VEKICXVMiln. :
huh furnished home. Reduced to offices other Business OpportunityHOME Call 4884794. I Call 4885609. Florida.Bf _:
or .
$4,500 on account of death in Mrlr I* <;rMr. at its most beautiful
commercial I use. Zoned CI-A. V". Pld..t. ... r1Pr
(family Realtors REPAIR and Furniture Poe., ....... 11. w. 1.... I... I. k. 1555
natural best
Byron Markle Ruth May Repair and Refinishing business. .
PAUL E. NOWLAND 488-4708 4881833. Equipment, machineryand
Registered Broker utock Sell as one or sep ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION Venice, Florida'
Fh. 468-1231 BY OWNER. Low down pay- arntely Call 488-5722 after 6 DEPENDABLE
bedroom mf\n\ Florida before resort*...beta*toanrts and
ment 2 1 bath .
14 UNIT RENTAL property. home In Venice Gardens. Must p m. DRY WALL ; crowded beaches...lush beautiful lazy warm and

All occupied. Near shoppingand I sell. Phone 488-1827. SERVICEC. I qUiet. It's still very much that way at Cape Haze but.
gulf. $18,800. Brokers WANTED INVESTORS up to MAINTENANCE with' modem touches to add to your enjoyment Exclusive
Call 488-3609. protected VENICE GARDENS. 3 bedrooms $40,000 Guaranteed return on W. Curwood 488.1330 I ,yet not.expensive, this lovely community has
2 baths, air condition.ed. capital. Will consider working LIGHTING SUPPLIES a private Gulf Beach, large swimming pool and
No brokers. Can be seen Investor, Executive type em cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and
!:, ACRES on Laurel Road. by appointment. Call 483-6716 ployment. National specialized: trap shooting,paved and shrubbed roads and central

Sin on tree near Little Sara. week days, 488-1770 Sat. and printing concern wishes to relocate ANDERSON ELECTRIC. Inc. water' system. A paradise for bathers, boaters and
iota Bay. $2000 per acie Will Sunday. in Venice area. Write sportsmen..,Just 6 miles from'Boca Grande's fine

accept offers. Also waterfront Box DEW, c/o Venice Gondo Cockrill Pone: 488-6794 O tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion without
Base & Streets
lot 100 ft, on Bavshore Roadto LARGE NEW 3 bedroom, 2 lier. isolation. ...the perfect locale for your home laFlorida.
Little Sarasota Bay. Sign on bath, on corner lot, Gulf '- -_. .Two-thirds acre residential sites from V3500.;
lot $7.500 cash. Writs Box 869 Coast Blvd Small down payment
fOr telephone 395.2191, Boca Raton Theme 488-2307BEAUTIFUL Female Help Wanted You lust tONE '
dial with
home. 2 bedrooms Flor. RAMBLER DODGE CAPe HAl COR1'ORA11OHp
den the
REAL ESTATE' 1II t Ida room. 21x31 screened pMio. POG'N Apply SUDS in perwm DRIVEINRESTAURANT ?IS 5, Tamiami! Trail 488-3765-488 DIALCET new ... p n.ant try ,...., "... .

Furnished if desired Good finincing SPECIAUST IN M VII a.wn
can't ncH it Trade 41
2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood Brake Lubricate Chaisii; ... .w. .. -..a
Ifou want to move into a Repair n. j.. m.a ef y.ct -
larger: or smaller home, or if Grove City. Male Help WantedARE Front End Alignment Oil Change ) :.: :=AI.

>ou want to change location, UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a Front End Overhaul Adjust| Headlights Baamt --I.w., w.. ..nl..f. : ".' .".
talk to us about exchanging.We nearly new 2 bedroom house. YOU LOOKING for a Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs .v 1 eo.. "... .. Jr' 11..1
can take In some lots on Can handle on small down pay. good part-time or fulltimeincome Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard 11 41 =-to '.to AJMGwr

the purchase of homes. We al. ment. Phone 488-2307. Many Rawleigh Dealers I S Radio Repair Transmission Repair "
19 have two homes available earn $2.50 and up per hour. ww
with no cash necessary. If you Opportunity now in Venice. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Babe's Plumbing Co

hive any Real Estate probe GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Write Rawleigh Dept FAK Aireonditioning Repairs and Installation 4M 2403 488 M82Rtdlo

lems, see us, We may be ableto Two bedrooms, two baths 503-536, Memphis, Term. Equipped Trucks

help. 30 foot Florida roomon eo--- P. O. Box 454 Nokomis

BYRON M. MARKLE 112 ft. corner lot. Situation WantedMALE Agent for


companion for gentleman TRAIL
rh 438-4706 Ph. 438-1833
RentalsSLEEPING convalescent. References. Con. [ COMPANY

tact Mr H. E. Martin, Apt. 3, ( FRONTAGE

Lots For Sale ROOMS. Outside Pool's Motel, Rt. 41, Nokomis, s 22,000 Sq. ft. Specs

Also furnished Fla. 300 Ft.
3 LOTS, Trailer and Cabana. / STREET .
apartment, 488-3912 ;; 2l5aled ACROSS THE
Mobile City. Sierra St. Sell IRONINGS. Reasonable. CaU ?
on contract. Barnett, 33 Pla- ONE BEDROOM efficiency. Mrs. Book, 4882575. I OR ACROSS THE WORLD at $65.00 per ft.

mosa, Venice Bay Trailer Seasonal or yearly. 251 Nasau Let all details of moving and storage
us arrange your
Park, MANAGER. Expert- Martin S.
St., So. MOTEL I

70x1!M FT. Landscaped Fruit ONE BEDROOM apartment, gle enced., Dependable.Have references.Call Port Sin. Venice Transit and StorageEstablished J REALTOR

after and 6pm.Palm trees Call 488-2852 near Nokomis Beach. Monthly Charlotte, NA 8-7375. or write 1747 GREATEST SELECTION! Venice, R*. phone 488-5443
seasonal. Call 488-5127.
or J. L., Box 746, Venice. 48B.2592J
552 E Venice Ave. Ph. 488.1317 Kites 488-3SI3,
I :
LOT 742 UNIT 13, Venice Gar. ENUE: I'NrUKNIHHVn KO""' ,,.
I dens, $1,800 net. Owner, 300 .....".|I|. II.nt Opti.ii Oil.' LOU JACOBS. 4M-IUT
N.E 11th St., Boca Raton. and I New Construction
< business
Phone AD types o
personal stationery, cards, plards HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET, SORRENTO i
bedroom OF
Season, Living room, DOCKAGE
ovm i morns OP nun. LOTS kitchen, bath. Heated. tickets, program, REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS
also VENKB etet' ass 8ITF1 for quickly,
can be printed you 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths
OWNER lou 1aa aalr Convenient 428 Palmetto EVER OFFERED!
JACOBS. properly and for a fair price Central Heat and

ELK INLET Seawalled private Court, Ph. 4885432. by your Florida hometown with Air Conditioning

boat basins E. L. Kilton, CASEY Kbedroom on the Guif. 2 newspaper.and Equipped offset, for drilling both, WHY NOT SEE ONE Total Price $26,900H.
N Bayshore Drive, Nokomis. furnished house.
ete. Let as COCOPLUMOSAS1.95 .
stapling, padding, -
Screened porch. 4882151 N W1MMERS
on next: Job.
RIVER LOT Venice. Good for quote yon your
vacation cottage. Sacrificeat 100 THE ESPLANADE. 2 bed THE VENICE GONDOLIER&, REALTOR

IOta.$1,500. Cau 924-5484 Sara. 'I room apartment. Beautifully [ 11S-1Z4 E. Maims Are. and TODAY 221 W. Miami Ave.

furnished By season or year. phone 488-J125 up 488-5308
SOUTH VENICE!: 2 prime i ..
homesites near beach. Low'eat COLD HARDY

Bonita Springs Fla. Lowest Rates Bonded Drivers Modern Equipment FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT In East Venice REALTY

Rates 2000 Ibs. 4000 Ibs. betwe.nVenice and OFFERSVery
For SaleSACRIFICEBeautifully
New York $194.80 $349.60 474-2413 4743223ANNOUNCEMENT :3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water
I Claveland $193.20 $346.40Chicago Formica Kitchen Paved Street Reasonably Priced 270'Prime
situated $194.80 $349.60 Carport & Utility r>ntraly-ducted! Gas Heat U.S. 41 Frontage Near
2 bedroom, block and
cypress, carport Florida room. Serving all northern points and Florid including Fort I Screened Porch Fi6p'red: for Air. Venice Gardens

Partly furnished. Near center Myers, Punt Gorda Charlott. Harbor, Naples Sarasota, Corner Lot 85 i (ISO conditioning

| of town. $12,500. 202 Ave. des etc.: Writ. for rates end cost estimate from any city to Also A Good Buy On A 2

Parques. any Florida point or CALL COLLECT 488.2591 GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT Bedroom, 5 Year Old Home

2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. Florida TERMINAL VAN LINES 4886413INTERESTED $10,900

Room. Golden Beach section. Charven Moving & Storage Agent _
Roberta St. Venice.
Fl! .
Venice *
128 So. Grove St. ,. PHONE 488.3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

HOUSE Block to FOR Venice SALE public or Trade.beach 1 a We Are Now 41 and Albee Rd. .
Oft Cadiz Road. 3 bedrooms, 2 SPECIAL P I
oaths. CBS. excellent rental, JANUARY In Our NewBuilding
food term.. $19,750. Write Box .
646, Kissimmee. FIa.'INtra 1964 v t H. N. WlmmersRealtorREAL Homes To Fit YourPOCKETBOOKI

Y r..., to.".'I".. .,CORNJlR ea _: .l/h .Allf.".,"AIN. ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent !
Union TelegraphMonday
for Western
e 3 Bedroom in Venice
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Youth Baseball : /Indians Upset Bid But Lose' Myakka- Five

I BOWLING \\1: Clinic Slated 56-53 Decision To Fort MyersUnderdog Defeats EMRToLeadLoop

Here two foul In the
Saturday lead for Sikor. drew
,.. the Indians the
Venice High came I gave final minute of play but failed
354; CuUigui Soft Water Ser within a cat* whisker of pulling the first time *mc* the opening connect on either of them.
Mjakka Lanes thers ouTK9ter willing to learn of the basketball i moment of the second quart. to and- I
vice, 32-36, Spitlli Bi > the upset young Both were of the one-
le finer point of playing night er Lea I u t leading Myakka -
30-38 Venice Lumber Co., 28- season Friday ,
Fallttaff Farly Birds Lois : the dia T.k. Lead one variety.Final second
_i i454' IIt'baU will be taking when the tall Fort Myer Indians Lanes put on a -half
Boll on, Pure Oil 213-528: Doug 40; Blab Beer Municipal full court on, Scoring 58-43
HenryWenkm.n. nd t the Venice held to narrow With the press rally that netted a win
Food Greeniei were a
J>.. hher, Land-o-Sun, 20S-573: Community : I ie'd! Saturday at 10 a m when Venice stole the ball twice with A driving lay.up by Lee Erg over EMR of Sarasota in the
229-W8 Madge 56-53 victory.
Ellis, Auto Service' 8482400 '.t first annual Venice Base- the score 4 7. but could not land put the Greenies out in City Basketball League Mon.
187.502 Hoed Dairy five
Standings: Pure Oil 7-1 ; Land Powers. I Clinic get underway. Venice with a darting capitalize on the field goal attempts front 5553 and an additionalfoul at the Sarasota
; evening
Music 813 :2341. Bowler of the we k, :1 511. took the floor day ;
o-Sun 6-2 Seymour averaging put the
; Uenkm.m and Mali I The clinic is scheduled to run Forward Jim ,Sikor shot by England High gym
Henry the visitors at a height
four straight Saturday against tallest Indian fouled Radclife final tally on the books
MNalork Iiuannre F I I. Spang Standing s Don Put:en > ir disadvantage of some four Incites the It was the third win In a row
Chief instructor win be George I for his fifth of the game effort by
4o' U" ADen';: : It was a fine team
Duke, Duncan Chevrolet 221- Barber Shop > i per man but if the home for the local quintet.
,_ :raw, southeast iup rviwr 01 and the Greeniei connected on Indians on defense. but
11'1.1'10-578 Madge Powers Nursing Home 44-24, Gladys was awed by the the tied 22-22 at half time
quintet All .
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40-28 scout* for the Pittsburgh both shots to tie the score 'once again it wu the one two
Duncan Chevrolet N'J 153-200- AdJuns Beauty Shop rates. green giant* it was of Byrd and the Myakkarnen picked up the

546; Zel Willis Bea Zursw is well equipped to dent. "jOU'1 I 4949With Sikora out. Fort Myerstook scoring Harrison punch that pared the offensive pace In third quarter to pull
Realtor, 1M-191-JW Bowler Earlnn run clinic of this type havingone : The Indian led at the command of both backboards threat Byrd maintained ahead for good

of the week Flo Duke. Duncan Bill Phillips Ford Kitty to the past four yean III'' the first quarter hjr a and forward Cliff Keller his 19-plus average with 19 Hustling Al Uebelhart led the

Chevrolet. 10SO-3082.l-abe Bill Stein, Gladys Adkms Beauty I t i role as scout throughoutF margin but fell. behind at halftime I, put his team ahead again at points and Harrison bucketed Myakkamen with 15 points
Cartings Both
23 22 score
Alabama by a
>rida Georgia and 51-49 while rebounding specialist
Shop 181 and 510 Tommy 16 The outcome was actuallysettled
Trahan. 247; Larry Johnson Paul, Tompkins. Western Auto 221: a, I with the Pirate team found the lid on the hoopin Tom Landgraf, Indian forward at the foul line as Venice George Zuraw managed 10 v
233431; Nick Junius 222; the second period as they
Nave, 807 Bob Pearson! 600 and 547: Gladys Adkins Beauty Local baseball enthusiast three then was fouled in a melee lead in field goal. 21.20. Uebelhart ranks fourth tn
: SUhl each could only manage
Phillips o(. MS Le*' Outdoor Shop 804 and 2319 Painting By I Courtney Willis and Bill baskets from the floor under the basket and had The great height advantageof league scoring honor with 35
Life 367J Bowler of the week.Lariv Gumm 804 Standings OlsensBakery wifl assist Zuraw Also on hand : to leave the game with a chin the Greeniei paid off on the points, not counting this week i
Johnson and Paul Nave. 5418wr\ Sine au I III serve a* instructor will be Forward Bill Radcliffe got i cut Danny Young went in and boards and on defense when game Ellis Miller, former
Standings: West Auto Service 494.224" and Ballard Texaco I Carl Taylor, a catcher on the hot for the Greenie in the not affected by the pressure several Venice field goal attempts Sarasota Sailor scoring star, g
I IF. major league roster of the Plate third and scored eightof I the foul shots forLandgraf
quarter two
4131! batted down en
36-15; Nokomis Pharmacy GLENN S. SENSENEY of were leads the league with 58 point*.
and Outfielder Adrian 16 points in that stanza to then both
:2J-22: The Men's Shop B Payers Larry Nokomu, caught this 194' I linking route to the basket.R.dclifte The Myakkamen play at 7Sq
and 568. I Garrett who was recently sold the visitors a 39-35 lead it 91-91
Brien Anchor Oil 212 give to tie up again, was high for Fort
MIl LN' Outdoor, 2B-21 lb. snook Monday while fishing
Ilttrell Concrete Teacher I Bill Vane Howe, Carling'sBlack canal Nokomis Using by the Milwaukee Brave to the At one time in the period it I With less than two minutes Mver with 23. Monday evening in the Sara.sota .
a in New York Met. Both reside in Fort out in front, I gym against Eborsole Sod
Bill Finder, 180-552; Anne Label, 202, 208 and 566. a white but tail dude and was remaining both teams began For the second game in a
Moreman: MB-. 21. Lucky Southern Bread 10)16) : Easy a 12-lb. test line, Senseney nearby Sa raaota. 3830. I playing possession ball, hopingfor row the Venice Jayvees blewan !Myikka Lanes Zuraw 4-2- a
1I'7.1748. Bowlers of the Joe"j way Cleaners 1X82 Standings. fought the lunker for 13 minutes Basic fundamentala will be Venice guards Bruce Byrd i the shot that would eventually early lead to taste defeat 10, Taylor 0-0-0 Gay 2-0-4 Graham .
Anne Moreman, Bill Pinder Anchor Oil 4 before landing him. He and Bob Harrison I -VIA game Bay Grubers 23 point were
and Milton, Wilson Standings 38-30. Walkers 36-32. Car- said he just had a new 150- game to highlight the finish of connect with authority at the Hillmaher put Fort Myen on the big factor a. the Greenie rick 3.1-7, Uebelhart 55-15, i
Clean Sweep 4321! Four hogs! Black Label 36-32. Tom yard line put on hi* reel andit each day'a workout. start of the fourth stanza and I top 53-51. by converting a pair "B"' teamer won, 61-48 Ball 504, Budner 2-0-4. Totals, -
Pout, 36-28; Lucky Joes, :33- Hamm 3632Fdgetaa took all of it to play the Player 13 year of age the Indians scored 12 point of foul shots and Byrd came Nash Uebelhart Jerry 24-10-58, 0
31 Ond..le Insurance fish eraiugb to turn the tide through 18 are welcome attend while holding Fort Myer to back to knot the score at 53- Hawks and Jack Wright were
Lm Mayleban. Land 0' Sun, and are to register at the eight to knot the score at 47-47 53 with two conversions! .
Thursday Night :Mi ed- tarry -- of battle (GONDOLIER Photo the only three Venice players VARSITY Morgan, 3 1 7;
222 and 566 Oar*.N-Joe Apt field starting at 9.30 a.m. Uniform A long swisher by Byrd then Ken Ringo, who replaced .
,\ Johnson, 204-549; Betty ; by Bob Obendorf)J. to score as they tallied 19, IS Landgraf 1-0-2, Sikora :3\ 1 7;
Mae 177; Barbara Yarger, !Wf: Payne ot Engle,,'ood. I are not necessary Playen and JJrtIl respectivelyJIYVEES Delvac. (0-0-0) ); Young 0-2.2; P
462: Mvakka Enterprises Inc 284 Standings: G&.O Metals are to bring Only their Hawks, 7:.1.15, Byrd, 83-19: Harrison 8-4-16;
MO; Royale Cabinet Co. 2244. 43.:25. Weeks Machine Shop 41- FISHING NEWS glove and shoe All other KMI"46-431 Bowdler, ftO-fl; Pedro, (0-0-0; Hill, (MM); Ringo 0-0-0 Totals,
Bowler of the week. Betty Me- 27 and Payne of Englewood equipment will be furnished Tigers Edge Powers 0-0-0: Satava. 000. 21-3 1-13.

AWe and Jim Hill StandingsRoyale : 40tk.27i.EsglewoodYenire. ----- Uebelhart MID; wright. 62 I Score by Quarter:
MisedFran Lela\ Nance at Roy's Sporting
Cabinet 42-22: Myakka : Southeast Beats 14: PItcock, 9-0-0 Totals, 21- Jayvee 17.711.13.43.V.rslt" .
Enterprises. 394244; Fisher Bullock 176 and 4h6; Wally Good: had the following Using an aggressive man for for man defenee with moet 6-48. 12-10-12-11-53.
Electric, M>i.274. I Currsn 201 and !Ml ; Untouchable catches registered: man defense Palmetto High teams in the area employinga
Senior Ctthent R. O'Brian, 772: Early Birds Mr. and Mrs. W E. TIm- : Venice 7862Venice came from behind to earn a zone defense almost exclusively
215443; Zada Thompson. 208 2273 Standings<< Bluebirds 21'4. mona, West Point Ga. fishing 46-43 win over Kentucky Military .
521; Skunk Hollows, 1042-2985 64 Birdies 19'. end Untouchables with Roy Buckelew of Nokomis -I kept pace with South Institute in a White Sands But in the third quarter the HURRY !
Bowlers of the week E. Wnght 17-11. I 10 reds' 15 sheep&head east for three quarters Tuesday Conference game Tuesday Tigers themselves changedand
and Zada Thompson Stand I..nl"E.. Perm Mams four trout, Blackburn Bay: I night but ran out of gas evening at the Kaydet gym used a full-court press and
infs: High DIver., .1.1.; Cubs 207; J Flank, Masters 497; shrimp; Robert Hill and young I against the taller Seminoles It was the opening game of lea by T. J Carter they poured The IM Edition
and Spare. J6-2S; Skunk tOol- Craftsmen 779; Masters 2196. sons. Jeffrey Allen and David I earU in the fourth period and the season for the Kaydeta through :20 point to pull
low. 32-28. Standings: Master 3-1, Ruffians Kalamazoo. Mich,, a kheeps-I dropped! a 78-62 White Sands while Palmetto boosted its within one point of the Kay 'The Greatest Show4Y
Housewives Helen Caeali, 3-1. Imps 3-1 lead, four drum, a red and abluefish. Conference clash at Bradenton record to six and one, dell at 35.34 going into the On Earth"
... ; Wimmers Real Estate Englewood FaUUff Mil Venice Beach, Paced by (-5 Steve Summers The Kaydeta held a first half final eight minute of play
711-2011 Bowler of theweek lie Deveau. Grove City 66. 160; shrimp; Glenn S. Senseney, the Southeast five showed a lead of 24 to 14 while the visit The score was tied twice in Witk
Hilda Johnson and Ouida Floyd Hunt. Englewood Court, Kenwood Lane Nokomis, 194 36-28 advantage at the inter ing Tigers had difficulty adjusting the fourth quarter at 35-35: and
Boyd. Cora Devlin convertedthe 204 and 542. Florence Caldwell lb. snook, canal, white buck- ml9&i<1II. He was assisted by to an unfamiliar man CHOREOGRAPHY
6-7.10 split and Fran Davies Grove City 66 412; Englewood tail dude guards, Tim Davis and Dale 4141With The Incomparable
the 4-5-7. Standings: Wimmer Court 835; Pete. Tavern 2395 From the North Jetty Fish jatJcins who used the fast Little League I three minute remainIng I
Real Estate, ..0); Wests Auto Standings Englewood<< Savingsand Camp Lou Betzner reported: break to offset a fine show by the Tigers Carter dropped
Service Anne K Beauty Shop Loan 42.22 Pete Tavern Danny Adams Watseka, Ill., Venice forward Jim Sikora Meets SaturdayENGLEWOOD in three free throws after being DICK BARSTOW 1
and Strode Jewelry, 3-1. 19-25 Grove City 66, 36-28 six trout average about 3-1 Ibs., who kept the Indians in contention fouled twice but smooth work.

Jtoji and Doll Larry AJBC Bowling Program and a red; Ray Irvin, Char. with an 11-point effort The Englewood tog Kaydet Roy Lagenaur hita at the RINGLING ARENA
Johnson, 258 592; Madge Pow Early \\ynn Senior Huh lotte N. C.. 28 trout, sue reds. during the second quarter. jump shot from about 20 feet
en, 193-541 ; Farley Funeral Linda Pond 177. Bonnie Belts three blue; M C. Eppel Nokomis Venice closed the tao during Little League will hold the an out to run the score to 44-43 Nri to Ventc Airport+ 2

Home, 10W: Hendnck Construction 4436. Marc Powers 204 and 580 four Rheepsheud up to the third period and trailed organizational meeting in Palmetto. Wner t
of Englewood .
community room *
3040. Bowlers of the Early: Wynn Junior High 44.Ib*: Bob Kimball and wife, only by a 54-50 score at the Then Palmetto Randy Hill
week, Madge Power and John I Cathy Demaisico 139 and 352; Sarasota five trout: Phil and end of the quarter The two Saving and Loan building at made two foul with 1:36: left FLYING WAYNES
Hunter. Standing: Handrick' Mike, Graft 159 and 424. Chuck Mintle and wives. Sara teams trIed a pair of basketsat 7:30: p.m. Saturday, on the clock to end all scoring
Construction' !JOS 174 : Mvak I nglewood: FlemtnUryRodney sola and Nokomu. 11 sheeps. this point, but three quick All boys of between eight and 16 while the Kaydets attempted CAPTAIN HUGO SCHMITT 3
ka LP Ga, 43 H 244.; Kiwanis, Harper 104: Karen head, up to 5 Ibs, a red and a two-pointer by Ted Davis up-/ years age residing in the Englewood several shots from the floor but
43-25. Pavne 96: David Fuller 190 trout. lied the Seminole lead to 60-50 Warm Mineral to no avail in the final secondsof With Hit; Herd of Elepfc.nl
I1vll4'h RivarUn Tavern series; Karen Payne 190 series and closed" the door on any Springs. North Port Charlotte, play,
Nick Junius, 211-571; Clay chances the Indians may have Plamore, Grove City, Placida Lagenaur, hitting on jump I CHARLES MOROSKIThe
Cooper. 573: Happyland, 955Smitty ; Venice Elementary Connie Sadey Is Saddle had to pull an upset and Boca Grande areas are shots from the outside, led the a
'. Beefeaters 2713 Belts 103 and 205 seriei; Chuck eligible to play on the Minor Kaydet scoring parade with 20 Horse Trainer
Bowler of the week, Nick Jun. Fradv 142 and 234 series; Robert Harrison Scores ZJ (I Farm Team): Major ( while Marty McGowaiyhad 11
las Standing (end of 1st half) Mayer 143 and 233 series; Club PresidentDick Summer was high scorer for League) or Senior (Little Llttl.1 Carter dropped in 17 for the S FAMOUS RIDING HANNEFORD'SFrom e
-Smitty'*, 48-20: B&B Bar. 43- Greg Jones 137 and 251 series the night with 12 field goals gue) teams to be loser while Hill had 14
25; Gulfen Bay, 43-25; Car Phillip Mitrhum 135 and 235 .Sadey will head the and three free throw for 27 the coming season I The Kaydet JV dropped the Nearby Osprey
Cross-U Trail Saddle Club of point. Bob Harrison had his A full schedule is plannedfor
42-26 Packing, serIe Tiger JV in
ling *, : Dubuque squad easily the
39-20; Ponder's Liquors 36- AJBC 17th Annual Christmas Venice during 1964 best night of the year for Yen- all three leagues and interested preliminary game, 68-30. Burr I And Many Other Thrnimq Acts Will; Male Up TWI9&4

21; Shell Patio, 34-24; Myakka Tournament Results He and other officers were Ice. scoring 22 point on eight parent are invited to Prewitt was high point man for Rin9liJt9, B os. fornum & Bailey CIrcus
Lounge 34-34; Detroiter Fish SINGLES: Senior Boys, Mark elected at the groups meeting field goals and six free throws. .attend! Saturday'snieetmg to the victors with 20 points, I
Camp 29-39: Happyland 27- Powers 605 Senior Girls, Bonnie Monday. Jim Nichols was Also In double figures for the help organize the 1964 season,
I 41 ; Gulfwlnd Marine, 36-42: Betta 5:,2 Juniors. Jim elected vice-president and Indiana were Byrd with 12 and This will be the second year
Falstaff Beer, 20..... Drew 583 Bantam Boyi, John I Mrs. Larry Rhodes will serve Sikora and Tom Landgraf with of Englewood own Little League .
fcerrlawft Larry Vickors Shaver 368; Bantam Girls, Suz secretary_' and. .treasurer. 11 apiece Sam Morgan had six Last year s league Including -
and Jack Bullock 238; Jack AMp Palmer 295 The new president announced to close out the point makingfor four Major League and
Bullock. 614: Spittler Brothers, DOl'8LES: Senior, Mary plan for monthly gymkhanas Venice four Minor League team offer. j
1101-1121 Bowler of the week. Powers and Gene Eddy 1071 ; to be held during the The loss was the fifth I ed recreation, sportsmanshipand I-!
Jack Bullock Standings (end Juniors, Mike Graft and Jud year, the first of which win be straight for the Indians after a training for more than 100 ?
of lat half): Radford Construe Curwood 1011 : Bantams, David on Feb 2. Other plans Include victory in the season'* opener area boy. .SUPERCARS
tion, 40-18: Venice Fire Depart Bullock and Chuck Fradr 556. intra-club competition and Southeast only defeat in eight ) !
ment, 37-31: West Coast Redi MIXED DOIBIKS- Seniors, barbecue, All the group'* activities games has been to Plant City : Barnes-Brown Duo .
Mix, 36-22: Mayer Construe Mark Powers and Bonnie Betts are held at the Cross--in a conference game.
tine 38.22; Bond Garage, 35- 1153; Juniors, Shelley Stevenson I U-Trail arena and grounds at Nash Uebelhart and Jerry Shuffle WinnersGallen
I n; Anne K Beauty Shop, 35. and Jud Curwood 1030; Cross-U.Trail Ranch on East I Hawks made 14 and 12 points, Barnes and Herman r-
kl; Oulf Coast Development. Bantam*, Lmiine Stark and Venice Avenue. respectively, for the Indian Brown, both of Venice defeated

14-34; Old Milwaukee. 32..... David Bullock 540 I II Robert Curry and Sam Cutler Jayvee but In a losing effort Margueret Barnes of Venice '63 Thunderbird Traded e, rW'M T-Krd
will be ringmasters for as Southeast **B" team won, and Dick Porter of New Jerseyby ,
Excellent $3489.00
1964 and will conduct the club 66-44 a score of 96.74 in the potluck ConditKM .. ...... .. ... .

shows according tit Central Venice returns to action tomorrow competition held Friday '63 FordGalaxie I Door' Hardtop, Dm, fcy
Florida Hore men'. Aasn night in a conference by the Venice ShuffleboardClub Executive of Ford SZ4M 00
rules tilt in the.Kaydet gym. Co. ,. .. .

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membership do not have to Cer Condition. Only .. .. S1668.00
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and may affiliate and take 62 Falcon Wagon ?". -, >* i* Truly
part in meetings and aocial.ctl..itl. Exceptional' Carl Today Only SimOO t
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