Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00163
 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 13, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00163
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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[, ouncil Accepts WCIND- Circus Finale To Feature

1\venue Extension Plan ,

VeniceThemelnl 964ShowStartingNewSeasonToday

I fr W, EARL AUMANN place where the canal will pass voted to build the road to city
under U,S, 41. specifications so the city would
Council has assured the
The access road itself parallels accept it as a dedicated street
Inland Navigation
". Cast. to the west side of the canal for maintenance The paving i1d
of willingness export
righl-of-way. which runs south is estimated to cost $60,000,
iI A:- Avenue to connect westward along the t
airport Harbor Drive Route
11 t I", /'o proposed the Caspersen access prop- boundary to the Caspersen On motion of Councilman Dr. r.
( property John R Hogan the council also
h of the airport. -
"II Quirk Action Asked authorized a letter be sent the 1kI
'I action was taken by WCIND Attorney Dewey C I WCIND pointing< out an extension k Venice will be publicized Miami for its 1964 premier' at urday night Barstow praisedthe
it a Tuesday session Dye Jr had asked the councilto of South Harbor Drive throughout the nation at each Miami on Thursday cast, thanked them for
b it authorized a letter of the 1964 editionof .
performance their cooperation and
take immediate action on along the west side of the airport He will accompany the showon pro.
to the WCIND to this the Ringling Bros Barnum It nounced the show for the
the question of extending Airport to the Caspersen property its tour for several weeks. ready
i Avenue so the canal board would be preferable to the Bailey Circus which hit the A number of performerswere road.
'I ,,'n-n' step means In cf could keep its commitments to present planned road alone I road today to open its new sea still\ working on their The circus will appear in
t Airport Avenue would the State Road Department the waterway and would cost : ac"late" yesterday afternoon. some 50 cities this year with
ird through a right Mayor Smyth D. Brohard explained no more. I Richard Barstow Many of the thousands of the longest run in Madison
I'n to the south, from a originally the access City Planning Director Paul announced before the big area residents" and visitors who Square Garden in New York.
cast of the Ringlingn road was planned to connect A Youngberg said he had discussed show departure the finale of converged on, the circus There performers will appear
where it now ter. directly with U.S, 41 but that the matter informallywith each performance will 1 be entitled grounds for dress rehearsals twice daily for 50 days, withouta
the location of the bridge at the WCIND and that the Rehearsals in Venice, Friday and Saturday were break, in addition to numerous
new section would ex that point would make it necessary general feeling seemed to be Florida." turned away. benefit performance
ort Avenue a short to build a circular by-pass that the canal board would con. I This will be an added attraction The doors were closed Fri. Meantime, the circus grounds
the renal right-oto under the bridge to meet U.S. street the road along the alignment I to the circus spectacularswhich day by 9 a,m, with every available here will be deserted with only .
I n paint just west of the 41 some distance away from most preferable to the this year colorfully and seat in the 5,000 capacity 1 Max Steele, superintendentof
the canal. The extension of Airport city glitteringly carry out the themeof auditorium taken, and property the Venice Headquarters
r Avenue would thus give Either road would provide a -. the 1964 New York's World owners four blocks away were and his crew In charge until

i bs's Short For access to the Casperscn road paved access to the Caspersen Fair, charging 50 cents a car parking the circus winds up Its tour in
; through Venice and eliminatethe property south of the airport. Other Publicity space for the free rehearsals December and comes back to
dangerous bypass road to A condemnation suit filed by nr, i In addition to bringing Venice The crowds began gatheringat begin rehearsals on the next
r US 41Under. the WCIND for the needed I to the attention of its millions 8 a.m. Friday By \11 am year's showSecond.
nnual VACCjanqiiet 16,000 had to be turned .
the original agreementwith right-of-way through the 240< rr1R of spectators in this man persons
the city the WCIND would Caspersen acres is scheduledfor ner the circus has volunteered away.
donate 30 feet of right-of.way trial the latter part of this ..;. other steps to publicize the On Saturday, only the "lucky \Wolff Headlines
Ducats along< the waterway and the month. area ones" who arrived after 7 a.

city would donate an additional The mayor also announcedhe One includes space in the clr m. were able to get into the
30 feet of airport property with had conferred with Ring donated to the auditorium.
I crow Is the deadline for : the understanding the WCIND ling Circus officials and that Venice program Area Chamber of Commerce Area radio stations began an. ProgramIn

I. ."", reservation coupons would provide the drainage and all cars would bear the slogan to advertise the area's flouncing on Friday at 10 a,m.
.' Venice Area Chamber there was no more room and
grade a marl road "Visit Venice, Florida, our attractions.The .
( I'' fierce office for the an. However, at a WCIND meet. Winter Headquarters,"' before t. other was decision to that citizens might as well stay SeriesAlfred
I AAC banquet on Jan 18 i ing on Dec. 13 the members leaving for MiamI. )fjf. : change the legend a on the side home, but cars continued J> Lyceum
i Wvnn s Steak House. pour into the area throughout
each of railroadcar
: of the circus
:' mpons were mailed ton POLICE COURT JP from "Winter Home, Venice the day Wolff, traveler and
""S of the chamber and -. l Fla." to read "Visit Ven- At 9:15: am Friday Ring narrator, will present the second
i ,d I t,) returned with $4 for 1 master.soloist Harold Ronk program in the Venice Lyceum -
.;; Ice, Fla.. Our Winter Headquarters -
1 let requested. Guests took the mike and announced Fund series of six travelogues
t. $ 'rJ. .
i 'II\< ''come and should also 6 Traffic Cases 6 Fines t":._, 'llJ "' "John Ringling North presents Thursday at 8 p.m. at
"L reservations at the ; .Q North Doe Today Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey Gulf Theater.

I I.. r office by tomorrow Henry Ringling North is due Circus in the greatest showon His subject will be "Rural
n* time, in Venice today from his home I earth" and the show was England" and he will show a
; : :t speakers will be Don 6 Suspended AH Or Part ] in Rome, Italy, to "move out" on. film taken on his recent visit
I r the Tampa Bay Region :o,. ,4 a .Yd with the circus as it heads for By the end of rehearsals Sat. there and accompany the film

!I" inning Council Venice KING SIZE, FUNNY SHAPES When Broward Scott grows with a commentary
"or Smyth D. Brohard and Six traffic violators pleaded was charged with failure to radishes, he grows whoppers. Here June Hider, 1964 Miss Wolff, whose home is in Wil-
'inlay. Commissioner 1. L guilty in Municipal Court last yield right of way, Flame of the Nokomis Union Volunteer Fire Department, mette, Ill., is a member of the
i r .er State Sen Warren Tuesday and all were given Douglas Charles Maske, 21, gives the once-over to a couple of the radishes produced by Navy To The RescueOf Explorers Club of New York;
'id(' son will serve as mae suspended or partially suspend Nokomis, also had his entire Scott, whose place is on the Trail north of Nokomis. City and has lectured on his
of r remonics and VACCsid.nt ed sentences by Judge John J, $25 fine suspended He was (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) travels in the leading collegesof
'> : Frank SoveroTgnI Blair, charged with careless drivingand the countryr In addition to

I ,:""e the welcome address Marion Emmons, 58, Engle- running a stop sign. being a traveler, photographerand
.\II "> on the program will be wood, was fined $25 for failureto J. C. Lundy, 34, Venice clr. Vitamin Projectler lecturer, he is also an aviator -
11 tallatinn of new officers yield right of way but had cus quarters, was fined $25 for Lumley Elected 44
i1 dll't'ctors. $10 of the fine suspended driving while his license was The series of travelogues and
!"he VACC board of direct Samuel B. Ney, 73. Venice, revoked or suspended,, and $20 The Navy has come forwardto VACC executive director, of six musical presentations is
meets at '7:30: tonight to was fined $25 on a charge of of the fine was suspended get "Project Vitamin C off approached Sen George sponsored by the Optimist Clubof
l' I lie new officers to be In.'I.d careless driving, of which $20 Bank DirectorJay the ground. Smathers, who in turn suggested i Roberts Bay. Receipts will
28 Sarasota
Donald W. ,
it the annual banquet. was suspended The verdict fined total, of $69: As a result, the 5,000 gallons the Navy "Project Hand-I go toward the construction ofa
V." to be installed at then carried a recommendation of was a of Florida orange juice collected clasp," which uses available cultural center auditorium
time are the three new re-examination of Ney's dnver on three charges but $50 of the under sponsorship of the space for such overseas shipments for educational and cultural
( rs recently elected 's license fine was suspended. The charges II Lumley, president of Venice Area Chamber of Com presentations in the community

(-e three are Larry Rhodes, Fremont C Hartman, 63, 4 were: reckless driving, $35; James T. Blalock Agency Inc., merce soon will l be on the way Keller was advised last weeka .
rl I L. Kilton and Ralph Argus Road, Venice, had his leaving scene of accident, $15; was elected to the board of directors to Viet Nam. Navy transport plane would Gulf Theater is donating the

dnr, entire $25 fine suspended. He failure to report accident, $15.tAae of Venice Nokomis of pick up the juice Wednesday use of its building for the 12-
The 716
Bank Wednesday at the annual 1! Juice cases and Thursday at McDill Air program series Tickets for the
: stockholders and directors weighing 30,000 pounds was Force Base, Tampa and fly it Wolff] lecture may be purchased
] meeting gathered last fall to be sent to to Norfolk, Va, for shipmentvia there Thursday before the
Press five the U S
orphanages near
Lyons Big Top's All other officers and directors ( Air Force base at Da Nang sea transport to Viet Nam performance, or from Frank
were reelected, f The same plane will make Bemm, Lyceum Fund chair-
A native of St. Petersburg, The chamber undertook three trips from Norfolk to man, and other Optimist Club

'Doll'I Lumley moved here in 1927 He .l the sponsorship plight of of diet-deficient the project waifs when two Tampa on,Thursday one on Wednesday and members.Individual tickets are $206
I\gent\ Also She's A is a graduate of Venice-Nokomis -
High School and served in the institutions was broughtto Crewmen of the naval reserve for adults and $1.29 for students -

with the U S Navy for two the attention of the Venice training ship U,S. Greenwood Six adult tickets, which
area by Capt. E, T. (Tom) Morgan based at Tampa, volunteered may be used at the wishes ot
I DOROTIIY C\Y\OR agent for Playwrights Co.. son Square Garden office, entails years. He attended University then stationed at a U.S. for the loading chore the purchaser, may be purchased -
I had taken while sending out the firstmailers' of Florida and Massey Business Ai- base Da Nan .
h. which she business Force at << The juice will be hauled to for 927. Under this same
bIggest entertainment majoring in Chinese economics on the next year'sahow College, majoring in Morgan, of Venice, is the son- Tampa from Sarasota by Ewing plan, six student tickets maybe
I >b in the world today Isltd at Columbia.The as 100Ithe circus administration. in-law of J Leighton (Count) .
I .. West Coast Delivery Service purchased for 618.
( hands of built For the past eight he
a slightly Garden years
five apprentice winds up appear Corn well.
years of Sarasota, which has Wolff will be the guest of Mr.
rt and self-effacing woman current show, has served as a director of the
ship she underwent before becoming ance of its" and Mrs Warren of
Transport Delayed stored it without charge while Kennedy
looks Insurance lAY H. LIMLEY
I Association
like she could not she sends more Florida
a registered agent was After that, Plans to have the Air Force transportation negolia t ion. South Venice tomorrow
1 a l loaf of bread to gtarv show'spromoters Agents, and is past-presl. '
a the
millionaire, rigorous and painstaking train detailed fliers to dent of Venice-Nokomis Rotary L. Mahon, A. Lamar Mat. fly the Juice to Viet Nam bogged with the Navy were underway through Saturday During the
'I''i Ing for the job she now in the prospectivecities thews L. L. Prince, F. C. Rae- down when the situation in Donors of the Juice included time he will also] present programs
so. handles. She worked with the and then makes the. dub I burn, R J. O'Shaughnessy, J, that country flared up and the Venice area firms and individuals at Fort Myers Lehigh
,or Miss Mae Lyons, execu company, owned by Robert rounds of the national magazines His memberships Include L. Ewell, Berl T. Camp and government: was overthrown. and Florida citrus canning Acres and in Punta Gorda lie
director of publicity for"Ili Sherwood, Maxwell Anderson, to see what type stories Venice Nokomis Methodist I Dr I, Konstantmu Last November Admiral Kel plants arrived in Sarasota yesterdayPeggy's .
) Bros Barnum & Curt Weil and Robert Ander they are planning for the next Church, Venice Area Chamberof
I I r Circus, not only "sells" son, from 1948 until 1960, and year, Commerce, Venice Yacht
b seit show on earth to at the time she took over the Next comes the biographiesfor Club and Lake Venice Golf
(ntments" each year, she Ringling job she had two productions the European show, which Club, i Back Joins Zuraw Wilson On Ad Staffexecutive I
mdles all the promotion, going on Broadway. now is a part of the circus Lumley resides with his wife ; ,
"I releases, photography, 16-Hour Day schedule Beginning last year, at 307 N Nassau St and hasa

",nal relations with the Her job now, handled with a duplicate of the United States son, Richard, a freshman at By PEGGY BOGERT from the Sarasota News and have a knowledgable staff to and what more important,
'Ic .
and the national mage a quiet efficiency that never show runs in Europe concur St. Petersburg Junior College I Its fun to be backl! spent six years as ad salesmanand serve you AU we want is to we're all reading/ about it and
television and radio theless keeps bar working 10 rently with the one here. Officers re-elected were I was so pleased when I encountered Real Estate Manager of make the Venice GONDOLIER its SELLING US!

t Dentations i to 16 hours a day in her Madi- (Continued on page 2)) Robert S. Baynard, chairman Courtney Willis, the the Cleveland News and Press, an even more "vital" part of George, Frank and I want
'died is a man-sized Job, always of the board; J. Howard editor of the Venice as well as being Advertising our community life by offeringthe nothing more than the
: Bros by a man, since Ring- Vaughn, president: Charles B GONDOLIER framed in my Manager of the Charlotte Her merchant a complete ad tunity to serve this community oppor.
Circus opened 93 president-cashier, delighted aid for three which in turn
Wynne, front door and of course years. vertlsing service
in and the
''rs our capacities to
the ago, until she was offer- Mary M. Eddy, vice-president; when he asked me to I, for several years prior to will place at the consumers best of our abilities.
he job in 1960 Philip D. Payne, vice-presi- come back to the GONDOLIERin my marriage, did newspaper disposal, the very best values
told a GONDOLIER refer dent; David P. Goodman, vice. my old capacity, selling advertising layout in New York City for that the Venice area has to I think We have a good team
about it last week while president: Alice B. Lumley, assistant and designing the Franklin Simons and Saks offer -we'll work hard to make it a

.was.. In Venice for final ad vice-president: H. Paul ads There is no nicer sound to Fifth Ave., where I served as Advertising Is a vital part of good' team' And again I
publicity photographs. t Joseph, assistant vicepresident me when I answer the phone assistant to the art director, our society Whether It's social, must say, it s rood to be b Ic
when it was announced InC Yti ; Grizilda A Payne, assistant and the voice at the other end Complete Service financial or merchandising, again, It's like 'coming
York that the circus had cashier: and Lynn A. says "Let me speak to Peg- I sincerely believe that we we're all selling something, home If I
"red me the job (which hadn ; Younger, auditor. gyl"

handled by Bill Fields, Directors re-elected were: When I walked through the
a Lyon's husband, until his door of the GONDOLIER I was
,th in Baynard, Vaughn, Wynne,
..led 1960)) and I had ac M A. Braswell, Fred H Han greeted by George Zuraw, the
it, a deafening quiet O Advertising Manager, "my
I son, George H. Wheeler Jr,
on the
advertising and boss" who doesn't scare me
is professions there," she r one bit George, as so many of

Auto Tag Orders you know is an unpermanentpart
Surprised of our permanent staff
:0 one thought she could do He started with the GONDO- .
but the most surprised per. Taken This WeekA LIER in 1959 using the expert

I,'In the entire group was ence he'd gained in selling<< display
1 Lyons. herself. representative of the Sarasota advertising for Daily In.
.Bill was very ill the last County Tax Collector of. dependent in Pennsylvania.
months of his life and fica will be at the Venice Then, of course sports readersare
.flit want anyone to know Civic Center Tuesday, Wednesday familiar with his by-line on
she said "So I did the and Thursday this week to stories in our paper When "
k for him, under his guld- take orders for 1964 auto tags George is being unperman. '

:: .and we thought no one Tags ordered here will be ent," he's off scouting for the / :

: mailed later to car owners. Pittsburgh Pirates baseball J i
|''In vidently they did, because ;1- Registration certificates, previously team and this Impresses me no
Ringling North, noted for received through the endlNew! t
daring "moves" in the mail, must be presented Those and equally nice Is
'fling of the big show, of- purchasing Florida tags for the Frank Wilson of Bradenton, '11VENICE I
the Job to her when Bill nil rr first time must bring all papers who has really had a great I
d.p pertaining to the vehicle purchase deal of experience in the advertising .
she had
field. He come \us
Iy one job as a theatrical Ringling Pitblicid M.. Lyons : .


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or ceramic !lore beautiful lamp

By PATTY JOHNSON and ANNE THARP e ....w", aa .../,".,
All am? ft.".Wr*

Here we are again after a joyous vacation'On Work "by &,.,......., 0..ignsve ...

J Dec 20, the Jr. High School Chorus and Band present. Crafrtm
d''' ed a Christmas program at the assembly. It was enjoyed by
I : everyone. Many of the students left school on Friday with a THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
:} I happy feeling no more school until next year. Even though
, our vacation was shorter than past years we enjoyed it justas 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
\ > much. School was back in session on Jan. 2 and everyonehad
to resume their studies.

i ii Basketball season started last Friday for the Venice LJ'l IF ITS FOR SALE ADVERTISEIN
Indians They played KMI at the KMI gym. Pep Club mem
hI bers were wearing large red and white Pep Club badge They THE VENICE GONDOLIER
received these at their meeting on Jan. 6.
The Student Council is sponsoring a basketball dance on
Jan. 17. It will be held at the High School Cafeteria and the
, I p try a k I Ia charge will be 40 cents drag, 50 cents stag. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn

The Student Council has also made arrangements with
the Florida and Ritz Theatres about receiving reduced students Auto Insurance
admission rates. Students now presenting their I.D. I 1. NEW LOW RATES
Cards can obtain reduced rates. 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
If you are wondering why you have been seeing a lot of 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
girls uptown or looking pretty all the time, it's because the
KMI's are down again
" i: t fit' Mr Blewitt, the Shop teacher, has organized a Physical A
\ .
.t.,1if\ e Fitness program for boys after school. _

Next time you are preparing AGENCY _
Mothers-To-Be stuffed eggs and there's sour 'a 116 W. V.nlce Avenue
DAK AWmVtKSAKY.: V151'LUfls-State: and national officer left to right, ;;;: Mrs. Vora Maude Smith, Mrs Angle, and cream cultured, of course) in T./.pkolla 40d s0ILLIIIJ
of the Daughters of the American Revolution were in Mrs C. W. Wacker. Standing, left to right, are Mrs. Alex. Classes BeginA your refrigerator, you'll find
| Venice Wednesday to attend the tenth anniversary of the ander Murphy, Mrs. Wilfred Hadlock, Mrs. Harry Alber, My- you can use it instead of mashed ; '-
I/ I I founding of the local Myakka Chapter. Mrs Robert O. Angle, akka Chapter Regent Mrs William Grove, Mrs. Florence I egg yolks. Season to taste.
1 tate DAR regent, was guest speaker. Local chapter officers Mulhern and Mrs. Harlie Brant.GONDOLIER. New SeriesA I
and hostesses are pictured with some of the guests Seated, ( PHOTO by Bob Obendort) ROSES-ROSES-ROSES-ROSES-ROSES

mothera new-to series-be are of now classes in ace for iiIU O
''Ua 11 IState Regent GuestMrs.
[ Anniversary 5100 the. The Sarasota classes Visiting are sponsoredby Nurse *

Assn., the Sarasota County
Robert 0 Angle, Flor Hadlock, state treasurer; Mrs. Dusenbury, accepted for her a Health Department and the; 0 OOLWORTH'I
ida State Daughters of the Alber, state registrar; Mrs. $200 "Eppi Hays Smith" Sarasota! County Medical Socl
American Revolution regent, David Wright, who presentedthe scholarship, given by the chap Register Now I
wU guest speaker at the tenth charter to the in DAR ety.They
Myakka ter, her name, to the are being held in the i i GUARANTEED TO GROW
anniversary luncheon of the chapter in 195S; Mrs. W C Kate Duncan Smith school.
dining room of the Venice Hospital
Myakka Chapter Wednesday at Wacker, past grand regent- Mrs. Alber reviewed the his For Venice, from 2:30: to 3:30: -
Poppy QueenJunior
Deckhouse Restaurant.Her general of Michigan; a contingent tory of the chapter and pre. p.m. on five consecutive Tuesdays :: ROSE BUSHES
subject "Th
was Daughters of 12 Sarasota chapter N
and ." sented past regents Mrs Alex Jan. li 21. 28, Feb. 4
Their Aims
members, including Mrs. Ralph members of American
ander Murphy, Mr. Frank and 11. Mrs. Julia O'Keefe will
Mrs. Harry Alber was in Longly, regent, and Mr. Long. Mulhern and Mr. Harlie Legion Auxiliary, No-Vel Unit Instruct the classes.

- charge by Mrs.of the Robert luncheon Mahon., ousted iy. Brant, to the luncheon guests. 159, can register after today Mrs. Marion Kupre, staff o ONLY

Guests, introduced by Mrs. The guest of honor, Mrs. The birthday cake was served for competition for the Poppy nurse of the Venice Hospital, 44CEACH
William Grove, Myakka Chap- Edward H. Smith, was unableto by Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Raymond Queen of 1964 will instruct one cia... Mrs

t t.r regent, were, in addition to be present because of ill Edge and Mrs. Edward Plans for the contest will be dietitIan Pat Rickey will, Venice Instruct Hospital eN
I on gen
Mrs. Angle; Mrs. Winifred G. ness. Her sister, Mrs T. R Henne.I made at the auxiliary meeting eral diet and nutrition, diet in 0&n

today at 8 p.m. at the American pregnancy and diet in lactation W

New Officers Are Installed For 1964 Legion Hall Mrs. Carl N
J I Kirkley is poppy chairman and The course will consist o( PEACE a CLIMBERS :u
discussion C'Oncernut h II I
Mrs C N. Stevens is junior growth and development of the TEA ROSE 0 HYBRIDS (
By Lakeside Luthern Ladies Aid Group chairman baby development and adjustment I
Applicants for the title must of mother's body, diet FORMER PATENTS
JI be daughters of Legionnaires and clothing; labor and deliv I "
i The 1964 officers of LadiesAid card Mn Mae Rasmussenand
and those not already membersof cry; hospital procedures; and 'Guaranteed to Grow of Your Money B ck"
of Lakeside Lutheran Mrs Martha Schuelke, visiting &n 0
Sale the auxiliary: may join by demonstration of baby bath,
Church were installed at theroup' Mr. Blanch Hulshizer. Rummage
filling out an application blank formula and layette. Member gAO
meeting Jan. 2. Mrs Ruby Brewton and Mrs.
and paying the 50 cents mem of the VNA committee will assist -
The Rev. Melvin Meyer, pas.tor Vera Fleming, welcoming, Saturday Event bership fee. with this course. Venice Shopping Center
Mrs Helen Curwood and Mrs.Ollie H
was charge of the service
still be
The queen will be chosen on Registration may
,. Kesblt, guest book; Mrs. nee Council
I" Adele Slack, communion ser By the basis of poise, personality, made for this course on Jan ttROSES.: ROSES SESROSESROSESBUYING
The officers Mrs Hare]
are: 14
and her gown, a white dress
1, vice; Mesdames Betty Metz,
Ziske, president; Mrs. Minnie Mary Morrison, Mary King ENGLEWOOD The Rec decorated with poppies She Further Information may be
Porschet vice-president; Mrs and Joanna Miller altar; Mn reation Council will sponsor a will receive a crown, a poppy obtained! by calling Venice 488
r Velma Forman, secretary, and George Porschet publicity, rummage sale at the recrea charm and an auxiliary pin. 3718
Mrs Elsie Vickers, treasurer. Mrs. Betty McLam and Mrs. tion center Saturday, 9:30: a. All contestants will be guests: of
t Members of the standingcommittees Elmore Huth, membership. m. to 4:30: p.m.Donations the auxiliary: at a dinner at
are: Mrs, Velma may be left at the which the name of the queen SARTORIAL THEOLOGY
.' Plans for the tea anda
Forman and Mrs. Vickers, center the home of Mrs. G. will be announced. NEW YORK (AP) W hat
\ buying; Mrs Elnor Miller, group prayer service "ere F. Smith, or Englewood Auto Mrs George Kaup president kind of garb a clergymanwears
discussed but dates were not Service. will preside at this even- in the pulpit sometime
HAV Meeting Site set. All proceeds from the sales Ing's meeting. All visiting causes church goers to switch
Hostesses at the meetingwere are used at the center for replacing members, and the wives and denominations, reports the
Mrs Clara Atwood and: equipment and general I mothers of Legionnaires, are Lutheran Church in American ORBUILDING
Now At St. Mark'sThe Mrs. Martha Austin. expenses.LOBSTER invited, she said. Commission on Worship.

parish hall of St. Mark'
Episcopal Church will be the
new meeting place for< VeniceHntpital P"1'S ,1r
Auxiliary Volunteers,
btfmnmc today. with the noon meeting r 1 ,' 'a r ?

Members should bring their 9 I N,
handbooks to this meeting in r
.\ order that new revisions and '
amendments the by-laws
. j may be noted, President Mrs.
Bumam Jones said.

They should also bring their CHECK THE ADVANTAGES OF FINANCING AT
B sandwiches, she said.

LOUISVILLE.! Ky.; (AP) i finest PIZZA this side
he University of Louisvillehas +
identical 5 won, 4 lost recrds L of Ireland
Y for the country's top II Pool Tables 3 Snooker I Billiards \/ SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES
basketball tournaments, the "GenII;.. /Ivory Bal//." KOSHER CORN BEEF MODERN OPEN-END LOANS
NCAA and the National Invita ITALIAN MEAT BALL
OPEN 10 e.m. to Midnight -'
Cardinals have been to to Midnight
the' NIT five times, winning SUNDAY 1:30: p.m. f1HONE Located Just South of Intersection: of

one championship, and to the Routes 775 and U.s..1 On The Trail MODERATE CLOSING COSTS





LittleTHEATRE 1890 S. T.m.m; Tr V.nic.

Rd. & SR 775 Englewood
a delightful comedyin FISH FRY ffi en All the Fish

thr. acts Every Friday 0*.W you can eat.
CALL 474-1880

& OLD Come bv Boat Come by Car Open I 11 I a.m. Dinner Served From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.- Venice Office
LACE -- --- -

I by JOSEPH KESSELRING 601 South Tamiaml! Trail



JAN. 15 16 17 18
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$2 per ticket Served I II > Bull Pen Piano Bar Open Nightly
(ta. Included) II EVERY FRIDAY SEAFOOD SPECIAL . .,. .., J2.SS
Th.T1I.atr. ''II 0 f SURROUNDINGS See Thursday a Paper For Menu Specials: .. 200 South Pineapple 3550 South Trail 361 Harding Circl.VENICE *

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."What You People Think"Student .

Q/euce\JQndo1i& ''State's I Economy ArousedCausing Interest In Public AtiairsChanges

: Of THE ASMX I Am HRfc,:aTh. Appears Headed

Aanr.W P_ t> ash"I..Iv. ... W '0 .... n. ......uI>lIr..... d oJ In Campus Attitudes
d.pabw aeMbd. h. It or ravel ,.ho"+ 0'"bi..l''' a Whir,,. I.W.r. ..d r,6, .
bat pla.l.d I Ma A" ".b.. III rryubliraue' of p.cuJ dap.tbtaw For Good Year
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Y rpJYntb. a .._b brbAden "" "it h, .ni I' 'V. rnn, 'nMA1tOHAL Florida's economy, on the upswing By KIGINK: GILBERT when"we believe something is
since late last summer right
( OtTOIIAl'' made start into President r5 The Sooner The Better
has a good I .
aroq Gilbert Youth Research, lite The suggestion of Bri Reddish .
IA S 1964, the Florida State Chamber -
c8T13N Pocatello Ida.
17, of was
4pf ...... .. of Commerce stated yesterday American students seem to t that if people think matters are
e vnv n in its Weekly Business Re- have broken old patterns these M out of line they should run for
runt to Edward D. Ball, Editor, and Publisher view. days to take en increasingly F the legislature and straighten
important part in public affairs
0 Courtney Willis, Eieeutiva Editor ., them out.Count.ring.
e 'WI "Recent trends of principalindical.or.
Zuraw Advertising Manager There time when they such views, Jim
George was a
4 ,
are, in the majority, JillIOn of Brainerd, Minn. asserted .
left such things to their European
Mechanical SuperintendentSTJBvSCRIPTIOV
Roger Kilby, favorable and furnish I a and Latin American counterparts that people have to have

RATES In county, $5 28 per year, 13.25 per glimpse into next year While but now their actively some way of showing what they

I six monthi, $27i per three months 10 cent per copy. Out of the startling gains of the sixties in politics and in protestsand believe, And Susie Knobbs, 18,
U i; six month., $3 per three months I sitdown demonstrations of Portland, Ore., put it thin
county, $d 25 per year per formerly predicted, are
gives evidence of new attitudesand way:
Fair not yet in evidence, 1964 shouldbe goals. Laws and regulations] ore

Exposure a year of steady and sound However much adults may for the good of the whole pc,,>_

The Venice are will receive a lot of healthy "... growth. ," the trade body said. disagree or agree it is obvI- pie. But if a great number nf
ous now that sizable percentages people are not getting what
f Bowre" during the New York World' Fair. with "Measured by bank debits, have put aside campus they believe in, then they are
of the attraction along
Eye-catching views area i 12 activities chief interests in
business has averaged percent as justified in demonstratmngAs
ether in the county will be viewed by million attending the ahead of last y.ar.with favor of matters more real and for interest in public df.

fair in the wmmen of I'M and 1965, earnest fairs generally R Chartier, IT,
The vi.w will b. in the form of lighted color Her. latest monthly gains as highas I We asked fifteen hundred of of Attleboro expressed the con.

.rtftCi.. mounted in a revolving shadow bo prepared by 20 per cent Sales tax collections them recently whether such viction of many when he said

the Sarasota County Chamber of Commerce. M shown bv a chart trends should be encouraged "We might. well because we
Th. shadow boi will be strategically located m the rather than in percentage gains and got an overwhelming yea are going to have to handle this(
because of change in the law I ote from both boys md girls "
Rmgling Museum, through which World'I Fair Circus pec- a sooner or later anyway.
reveal derided improvementover The percentage was 78 Nearly
show But he and his kind don't
enter arena
talon mutt ai they
paw the Museums last yearPersonal as many 72 per cent -- have things all their own w"'\ .
The Ringling Guild, which operates Rmglmg
added that students should be
Such interest should be dis.
"made the ipace available for the county's e.hib f. income Is runningat active in politics even before Stan Abram.
Th. million-dollar building to house the fair circus has an annual rate of 6 per cent they are old enough to vote couraged,
I owitz, 14, of Brooklyn, because
been under construction by Gene Vercheski'i G & G Metals over 1962 4 Caroline cent sales over last are Frown On IllegalDemonstrations l. 'a r i "young people who don't km ,.
and! in sections to the fair site. averaging per +
Here in Venice shipped too much about a subject dli
which, in turn was 7
The circus hai don. much for this area It sure would year over 1961 a low percent When it came to the specific bothersome" And Kin tak".
b. nice if they'd do us another favor and place a sign on year point of whether students are mura. 16, of Honolulu said tin ,.

the handsome circus building reeding: 'Made In Venice" "The number of business incorporations justified demonstrations in making for illegal their public beliefs DEMONSTRATIONS In many parts of the mlngham Surveys show however that teen- should study hard now and *11I t

Venice Florida, that is.Library. has begun to turn indication of < people ageri generally condemn any illegal activi- into public affairs later
however there country are one young
up, although the year's total is was a reversal I For college students 111..Y .
of sentiment interest in public affairs This one waa in Blrtl.l..
moving along just under last | be," said Joanne :Meier 17 'J'
ColumnBy year. among the rx vs. The vote feelings without i breaking misnomer I prefer to call it I "It' never right to break the I I I Wisconsin Rapids Wise I II 1'.1
this stood
"One' of the beet thermometers at against 65 per cent proposition among the boys law," observed David Solomon ''a mob," I I I I law" added Sara Perkins, of I not high school"-
of the state's economic and at 51 per cent among the 17. of Cleveland.
B. LARZ NEWTON health is the level of non-farm [ A large share of them Jim Mauldin 16, of Okla.
Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARYA employment This started out Jsin mind i no doubt the demonstrations I homa City put it this way: SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES SCHEDULE
"An illegal demonstration
e with a disappointingly small on Negro rights
blessed with And
PUBLIC LJBA.RAY is a place magIC.
margin of gain but recent that have boiled up in recent
books alive with ideal have actually changed the course of months have I
pushed 2 to 3 months and years, Schedules
empires An exaggeration! points ahead of last year" There are ways to express NORTHBOUND TO TAMPA SOUTHBOUND TO MIAMI

t Consider then that American naturalist and thinker Costume
LV VENICE 9:30 2:50 LV. VENICE 10:00 5:20
HENRY THOREAU. You probably know how he lived in a.m. p.m : am' : p.m
Ar, Sarasota . 9:40: am 3:10 Ar Punta Gorda Flag Stop Flag Stop
a cabin at a pond near historic Concord and wrote that clan A"hardUme costume' party I p.m
aid WALDEN. Painting EnglewoodBy for residents and guests of Ar St. Pete . 10:10: I.m, !:40 pm Ar Ft. M.ers 10:25: p.m 5:45: p.m.

One day he was arrested for not paying his poU-tax. That s rs + rw. Venice Municipal Trailer Park Ar. Tampa I n:35: a.m, 4:05: p.m Ar. Miami 11:30: p.m 6:50: p.m,
win Thoreau way of protest against the government policy
on slavery and the Mexican war. He spent a night in jail will be given tomorrow at 7:30: FARE TO TAMPA $7.50* FARE TO MIAMI $18.90*
DUFFY LEWIS ........ .....
This led him to write CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. p.m. at the community room
One of Thoreau'. readers wan a Hindu nationalist named at the park.
GANDHL In hia campaign of passive resistance against And His GHOSTSy FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL OR SEE

British rule in India he wan imprisoned for civil disobedience ., .. Prizes will be awarded for
." The rest is history. .. the best costumes and there VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU
Today a free India may well credit Thoreau as one of the will be a program of games
iwqpiren of their revered Gandhi. Good source for research b Sarasota County historians i* and skits Refreshments will be
A public library presents the stimulus for creativity in supplied by a yellowed, typed (document loaned to thus column served. 314 W, VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.2238

many fields. by "old settlers" Ruth and cold French who, though pres- Mrs Rollo Bouldrey win be P1us 5/p Federal Transportation Tel Standard Baggage Allowance 40 lb.. per
ently living in Lantana, Florida have their inl'
sawgrass roots
The first FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY for the VENICE In charge
AREA warrants sincere support the sand of OUR TOWN. Dated Nov. 19, 1928, Englewood the -- -- -
paper is titled: "Pertinent Fact and Highlights of Our Early
History,"' and here it is in its

entirety: I ed Town of Englewood was dis

"ENGLEWOOD is an incorporated incorporated Then it went to THE VENICE SHOPPING CENTER MERCHANTS ASSN.
town lying on both sleep, along with its sister
put-son: fa Jcrstm udes of Lemon Bay and between Venice, and ghosted along un-
: Forked Creek and Charlotte til both were rediscovered andreactivated
County line It is in the by tremendous PresentsTATHAM'S
Fourth District of Sarasota transfusions of Immigrant
The REV. E. ROBERT USABLE Ph.D", County. Yankee blood. Living is nice

ENGLEWOODi latitude here now, just as it was in 1906,
Minister" Venice Lnited Church of Christ
and longitude, calculated from but in a different way Gadget PETTING ZOO
the junction of the Shore Road have been added.
and the Tarmami Trail 1s 26 Retired Postmaster Harry
deg 55 mm. north and 82 deg, Craig Green has told us much

Shakespeare said ,All the World's s stage. and we are 21 min west It has an area of of the early] history he being
the actors on it" You will, perhaps, indulge my suggestion thirteen square miles with the only surviving member of
that Shakespeare's figure of speech is somewhat incomplete. three and one-half frontage on that original Englewood Municipal
The world indeed may be a stage on which we act out our the Gulf of Mexico and about Council, His life would
lives, but stapes usually have back-drops So does the stage of seven and one-half miles frontage make an interesting book if TAME
life Our liven are acted out against the backdrop of eternity, on Lemon Bay."ENGLEWOOD only his newspaper father or I a
A* Chnatiana we live in the world, though we are not necessarily was named his biographer aunt were hereto
of the world, because we experience something of the from Englewood] HL, a suburb write it His aunts book of
:i quality of eternal life here and now We conceive of ourselves, of Chicago from which several American women of history is BABY and MIDGETANIMALS ('
hopefully, as citizens of both the present world and of the of its earlier settlers came. It a collector item Harry was
world to come Thus the backdrop of eternity is ever present was incorporated in November one of the engineers who helped
Though the new year may well bring periods of happiness 1926 with John P Rampe as build the Lexington Avenue
to all of us, few if any of us will escape during the year the mayor and Harry C Green Jr., subway in New York City, its i
pangs of sadness when those we love, family and friends H. E. Chapin and A. Stanley first He was in the U S. Navy
make life's final accomplishment the achievement of immortality Lampp composing the municipal World War I, which may have
When such occasions arise, bringing with them the council. Mayor Rampe re- been a navigation help when
wrenching changes which leaves us poorer and aadder, we signed before his term expiredand lie came down the Mississippion
shall need to be comforted by a resounding affirmation of our LeRoy Bastedo was elect.. a raft Owner of a deepseasail
unshakable faith in immortality ed to succeed him. A. Stanley boat he does know outside

We claim to be logical beings, yet some of us find ft difficult Lampp who had been appointed navigation as well And our LAMBS GOATS )l ;
U accept; the logic which maintains that life continues for the short term in the Green Street, Englewood, is
after the experience we call death Were we truly logical we council was succeeded in 1927 named for the family, To reiterate CHICKENS DUCKS -
should more readily believe in immortality than to believe it by F J. Zeigler L. P. Fogal we have many men ofdistinction
possible for a baby to be born. But the birth of babies \la was appointed the first Town in our midst, WHITE TURKEYS -
commonplace, TO we neglect to realize that in the birth of a Marshall in 1928."ENGLEWOOD. Though they -"idn come Ina _
baby something lives which has never lived before something progressed covered wagon, the Frenches DOGS ( -
is which has never been, something exists which has never rapidly after the charter was may be considered pioneers also PEACOCKS _

existed How much more logical, then, to believe that what granted The State Bank was in Englewood] short historyof I
has already lived will continue to live, what has already been started almost at once with Ira white folks When you lookat and many others I I
can continue to be, what has already existed shall continue Rigdon as president, Walter H. the Indian shell mounds you ,
to exist Green and Judge Paul C. AI- pause to think what recent

But above all, at the beginning of this new year, let ns britton vice presidents and A. usurpers we are. all of us, I Ii
be careful how we act out our lives on the stage of life against U Taylor cashier, Then came Ruth French came here In i
the backdrop of eternity1Observe the installation of the Florida 1914 when she was seven years
Light and Power service and old. She probably will not slapus FASCINATING Children
then the telephone, The build down, being so far away on I .

t' Ing of the Woman's Club was the Eaat Coast, for saying she and Adults by this unusual collectionof
I Road Rules another valuable addition to was born 23 August 1907 in

the community, Pawling, N. Y. She came here tame and friendly animals from all
.. "ENGLEWooD has two with her aunts, Dr Mary .
New traffic laws churches, one the M.E, has its Green, Mesdames Elmer l over the world.ENTERTAINING. *
passed by Injured. The old law called for church
building completed with Freese and Euphemia Green
the 1963 Legislature in an effort a ahorter term in
a county jail
to reduce accidents injuries a mission supply fortnightlyand Then she met her husband
and deaths, became effec Other Laws a growing congregationand Harold. "Frenchie" came herein
tive with the start of the new Other new laws now in ef Sunday school, and the 1929 on crutches, bringing
year. feet will other the Community Church his arthritis with him. Florida I i i The special feature of ENTERING THE CORAL where'tU animals

Cpl. John Campbell of the Require cars making left and Sunday school with a has cured it during these be fed and petted provides entertainment can
rare for
State Highway Patrol said the turns into a four-lane highwayto church building but partially years, believe it or not, and everyone.
erected Meeting are held in this is no mouth-organ columnfor
wind in
new laws would be enforced up the left hand
lane of their side of the the Woman Club."ENGLEWOOD the C of C. Harold came
on t gradual basis to give drivers high.
is Just com- here when there were 1400 SPECIAL
more time to them to become At first accustomed -, way.Prohibit all headlights other pletmg a new schoolhouse on houses in Woodmere, where from the Holyland is a Sicilian Donkey that has the SIGN OF THE CROSS on Its

violators will be warned of the than white, with yellow fog a ten acre plot purchased this now you can't find but one, the back. ONE OF THE WORLD'S RARE ANIMALS.
year, In November of 1927 the Englewood Disposal office and
infraction and will have the lights permitted only if white
peoyle of Englewood voted for where
you can hardly Imaginea
headlights are at the
new regulations explained to same
a bond issue of $40,000 for the "city of that' size mushrooming
them rather than be chargedfor time erection of a four-teacher to house: those who I SPECIAL ATTRACTION
the offense Make it illegal to open the school and the Board of Edu- came to despoil the virgin forest is THE MIDGET CIRCUS PARADE
There are now two laws affecting left hand doors of cars parkedat cat!...," This sorry scribe remembers WAGONS.
the dimming of headlights the right hand curbside unless Here the account breaks off that forest beautiful,
In the past it wasviolation a all traffic is clear In the middle of a word. Nor I I awesome, Harold also] remembers -
to fail to dim your Require parking lights to be can we complete the THE ONLY SHOW
history i and told us that he danced OF ITS
headlights when meeting an turned on autos parked at the from that November 1927 to In the old school house on THE WORLD
oncoming vehicle, Now it is required side of the highway at night date from personal observation McCall Road, where it was so ,
that you dim your outside city limits for Dave was not here cold on dance nights that they Venice
lights when approaching head-I Prohibit swinging off the those years between his first stoked the fire with cowslips : Shopping Center
hicle from the rear. pavement to pass other vehicles visit in 1906 and arranging for and crocker sacks

Under the new.Jaw, a driver I on the right, such as permanent settling In 1945. That's the way it was then
will be a long sometimes occurs when a driver From reports of oldtimerswe folks, You know how it Is now, Monday, January 13 Through I
term in the state prison for I Is waiting for oncoming know that the school was with plenty of super gadgetsfor Saturday, January 18THE
leaving the scene of an auto traffic to pass before making built, the depression came the your comfort. And the bill

accident m which I person wa* a left turn. bank failed and the incorporat- to pay for them, plus tax a -



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13, 1964

Thursday Busy

Day For Venice Tickets For Venice Little Theatre's


" Garden Club Current Production Go On Sale TodayTickets

Thursday will be a busy day -
for the Venice Garden Club. are on sale for the the Panama Canal cellar member of the Optimist Club year he Is in charge of pro- house in California. Donald received -
I the i
I In the morning they plan on Venice Little Theater's production as well as I rough- and VFW. grams. He is president of the his B.A. from the Uni
having their regular monthly of "Arsenic And Old riders. Dave is the owner of Jonathan Brewster, a real Venice Lumber Company. He versity of Michigan and his
work-shop at 10 a.m. in the I Lace," which opens Wednesday Hart's Import House and livesin cad and the other brother, is and his wife Isabella have L.L.B. from Miami University
Community Room of the Sara- evening Jan. 15, and runs Venice Gardens, coming to played by Robert Mahon. He three children and came to He and his wife Sally and two
Y SI sota Federal Savings and Loan through Saturday. this area in 1957 from Brook- has been active in the theatrefor Venice in 1951 from Detroit children came here from
Association. Mr. and Mrs Harry McEl- lyn, N Y. He has been active some time. He is nerving Donald Clapp is the nephewof Rochester, N. Y., in 1988. They
I The subject matter will be heny of the committee will with the theatre group for sev- his fifth year on the board of this mad family, playing the now live in Nokomis where he
the growing and grooming of have tickets available at Ven- eral years and has acted in directors and served as president part of Mortimer Brewster. is pursuing his profession as a
I plants for flower show display i ice-Nokomis Bank 10:00: a.m. "Visitor From A Small planet" in 196162. He has worked This is his first appearance at lawyer.
The speaker for the morning till 1:00: p.m. and Hart's Import and "Suds In Your Eye" and backstage and appeared in the Venice Little Theatre but Elaine Smith plays the pert G
will be Mrs. W. J. Summers of House from 1:00: p.m. till has also held book for other "Murray Hill," "Laura," he has had experience with the of Elaine Harper, the girl text
I the Summer's Nursery The 4:00: p.m. each day this week plays Dave is Squadron Com- "Shop At Sly Corners" Rochester Community Playersfor door, and provides the love interest .
Garden Club plans to stage a through Friday. Tickets are mander of the Civil Air Patrol "Howie," "Tunnel Of Lovo over 20 year and a short in this zany play. She
flower show during the later available each evening of the major in the USAF Reserve I and "My Three Angels: Thisr lime with the Pcsedena PlayU i* known to playgoers for her
I, part of March. show at the Theatre box-office _. .__.. work in "A Visit To A Small
Tickets are $2.00 including tax Planet" and "Warm Penlnau-
In the afternoon, In honor of I
I and all seats are reserved. la." Elaine received her B.S.in .
Arbor Day, the Club will planta I
Show time is 8:30.: Art from Eastern Michigan
Parkinsonia Tree at the Civic "Arsenic and Old Lace" was University and came to Sara
Center This will be under the written by Joseph Kesserlringand
sota in 1951 and Venice in 1W4
I direction of Mrs. Charles produced bv Lindsay and U from Michigan. Her husband
Schlier. All of the Garden Crouse in 1941. This is one of Bill is the Athletic Director at
I Clubs in Florida are planning the few plays that has stood Venice High School. They have
to plant a tree on Arbor Day the test of time and is now one MbI three children. .
for the beautification of some of the theatre classics. H. M. Place III, better
spot in their city. The well-balanced cast and known to his friends a*
| Most Garden Clubs have as under the direction of George "Chuck," plays the part of Dr.
their objective the beautifica- Mahar makes it a special eventof Einstein the very odd companion *
i tion of their home grounds and the season. of brother Jonathan.
1 city parks but the Venice The play concerns the peculiar Chuck has been busy in the
io + 1 1 1I Women's Garden Club chose doings of the Brewster fam- theatre for several years in
another objective, the beautification ily. The two aunts who poison I many capacities as assistant
I I l of all of Florida. Un- gentlemen out of kindness1 and stage manager, state manager
I der the direction of Mrs William save their hats but are such end has done both lighting and
Zarbock, they have distributed sweet gentle and proper ladies sound. effects for sever*! play.
litter bags to all the through it all. He has appeared in "Man In

11 Mitt Donna Jean Crane various filling stations and also Abby Brewster, the bossy 1 1se The Dog Suit" and "Suds In
the Venice Chamber of one is played by Gcorgeanna ._ Your Eye." He is I the present
Commerce, Rice. "Georgie" has been commandant of the cadets

[''vi iss Donna Crane These are to be given to the active In the Little Theatre Venice Camp Squadron, Civil
public to be used in their cars since 1951 appearing that yearin a >4 Air Patrol and a member of
for the accumulation of litter "Ladles In Retirement" and the Emanual Lutheran Church
which ordinarily would be "Blithe Spirit." Since then she choir. He came to this area in
j'o Wed Jack R. Willson thrown out the car windows. has played in "Harvey," "My 1952 from Wisconsin and now
All litter kept off the streets Three Angels," and 'Jane." lives on Berate Street with his

ijagement of Miss Miss Crane, a native of! and highways help to keep the She acted in "Time Out For wife Heather, who is also active
towns cities and all Ginger "No Exit" and "HayFever" in the theatre.
] J'' an Crane to Jackd Parkeisburg, W. Va., was I eventually
I', Willson is announced graduated from Venice High I of Florida, neat, clean and with the Sarasota Players Kenneth Walker of Venice
". \ her parents, Mr ands School and is presently attending beautiful. Georgie lives on Casey Gardens will be The Rev. Dr.
of I Key with her husband Warren Harper a very dear friend and
II C Crane 321 McCall Massey Business College in
"I 1:ncl 1 wood. Jacksonville.She and their three children, and is neighbor!: of the Brewsters.

!Is. 1 cannot Mr and Mrs. is a past worthy advisor Grange LeadersGo active in the Field Club. m. Kenneth has been in many
It ttillson. 709 Piedmont and a past grand representative ; Teddy Brewster, one of the plays and played one of the
brothers, is played by David leads in this year's opening
Wit ]ii-r! Haven. for the Order of Rainbowfor
girls. In high school she To Hart. He thinks he is Teddy play "Light Up The Sky" and
CtL Roosevelt and is busy digging a
of last year's "Man In The Dog
served her
as secretary senior I
---- "
New Members class and treasurer of the A school of for -- Suit
National Forensic League.Mr. subordinate Grange officers Walter John plays Mr. With-
Willson\ was graduatedfrom will be held tomorrow at theWoman's Ve-No Club Meet erspoon, the head of the lientorlum !-
Club in Bradenton.In where the Brewstws
Winter Haven High
ciii Coin Club School and is also attending charge will be Mrs. Lida are about to go. Walter also
Massey. He serves as an assistant S. Ives of Ormond Beach, master Starts Year Off L appeared in "Light Up TheSki"

scoutmaster for the Boy of the Florida State A this season.
w were Grange. She will be assisted by The others in the cast are
Scouts of America in Winter
,i' the Venice Area The Venice-Nokomis Worn.an's newcomers to the theatre and
Mrs. Walter E. Wood Robert
Haven. A native of Kendalville LAST MINUTE TECHNICALITIES for the technical director and Durfee. hand
i Currency Club at its Club's first luncheonmeeting Kay reviewed last week. Theyare
E. Hicks, Milo Winchester, Arthur were
,i-t( week. Ind., he has been a resident of Bower and Mr. and Mrs. of the year was held last Venice Little Theater production of "Arsenic props Curtain time, Wednesday through: Sat- i officers Boophy, Albert
Nelma Jar- Winter Haven for five years.A and Old Lace," which Wednesday for urday will be 8:30 and tickets be
1 e ;are Mrs. Edgar Bahret, all members of Wednesday and Mrs. Lewis opens a : p.m. may : Zielke; Klein, Kenneth Walker
midsummer wedding is being four-day run, are being worked out the purchased at the box office before the
t t son, David, of South the Venice and Pomona Gran Hester, president presided ever by per- Jr.; O'Hara, Bill Granger;
lP Bernard Freedman of planned. the business meeting. director and back-stage crew. They are left formances or at Venice-Nokomis; Bank, morn- Lieutenant Rooney, Bill Krug-
.11"i Canada: Clarence I ges.On Venice Mrs. W. S. Rinehart was glv to right Betty Waite costumt chairman; ings, and Hart's Import House, afternoons, er; and Mr. Gibbs, J. Elwood
I .9 1 of Danville, Va., and Wednesday, en a standing ovation by the George Mahar, director; Christopher Magee this week. (GONDOLIER Photo by Obendorf) King.
Grange will meet for social
CardsAt a
n n a,' '''nea Wednesday members in appreciation of her
I at the home of Miss Etta Huntley -

,nines"'officers at, who this assumed meeting, Woman's ClubThe I at 10 a m. Members visitors many faithful years service of to efficient the commun-and
and friends are invited and A I
G C Douglas, president; ity as head of the Woman's lston-SheppardBetrothellsAnnounced
those attending are requestedto
first Ve-No Woman'sClub
Ii\ McintoshIcepresi- Club Library. A new member.
their sandwichesand
I' end! Mrs. Sally Stubbs, social card party of 1964 bring own Miss Anne Lotham was intro-
'", \ treasurer. will be held at the clubhouseon place local settings.The hosted the' duced to the group. Mr. and Mrs. George I. Alston Elise to Donald Lee Sheppard Miss Alston is a graduate of 1 Mr. Sheppard is I a graduate
[p 1 ,. door prize a U.S. 1902 Harbor Drive, Wednesdayat Grange 2'' Mrs. J. G. Stephens, chairman of 11 Downing St., Grove of Endicott, N. Y. son of Mr Venice High School and is at of Carnegie Technical Institute
Tamiami '
f sot 1. was won by Abe 1 p.m. Mrs. Harry Darling, at Pomona Venice Civic Grange Cen- and Mrs. Robert Hardee, City, announces the engagement and Mrs Dorr M. Sheppard of I present a student at Florida where he was a member of Sig.
I. The auction was con- chairman. Mrs. Joseph Weig- Saturday of co-chairman, members of the of their daughter, Sylvia Pittsburgh, Pa. State University School of Mu- ma Nu social fraternity.He .
In refreshmentswere
ter. charge '
I by Robert Johnson. ler and Mrs. George Grisdalewill Junior Section of the Woman's sic in Tallahassee. She is an received his master's degree
and Mrs. Robert --
Mr. -
be the hostesses for the I Club arranged for the Interest- -, officer of Music Educators' from Syracuse Universityand
Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. WalterE.
afternoon. Refreshments will ing program that was presented. \ National Conference a pledgeof is employed by InternatIonal
and Party Set be served and door prizes will Wood. Sigma Alpha Iota women's Business Machines Corporation -
be awarded. At the group's meeting on George Hott, a resident of professional music fraternity as a staff engineer.
Secretaries Mrs. Walter Geisser, chair. Wednesday, Wood presented Cornwell on the Gulf showed and a member of the Women's Plans are being made for an
y i man of the social card parties Mrs Lester Hutchins of Rhode color slides of interestingareas Glee Club. April wedding.
;"\ Venice Chapter of the I announces that reservationsare Island State Grange with a from the northwestern I

] 11 Secretaries Assn. will requested, if possible: but transistor radio awarded by section of the United States, [ College Club To Hear Talk ''i
d'sett card party: for are not required. Call 488-1169 the Florida Grange Insurance down the coastal states and in-
: on Jan. 29 at 7 30i I or 488-2850 for reservations. Agents. Other guests at the to Mexico. Lake Louise and
the community room Members guests, and friendsare meeting were her husband, and Banff were included along with r By Expert On Handwriting t
-'s:'' Federal Savings I invited to attend these Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proctor of Glacier National and other t
t 1 n Assn.I card parties and to play the the Florida State Grange. parks the University of MexIco .y Joseph Gerard, certified gra- and grapho-analysis for many
.' will\) be door and table card game of their choice. Guadalajara and other Interesting pho-analyst with the Internat- years. He has followed the sub
A donation of 50 cents I Duplicate bridge is played at Pare eggplant, slice and places in Mexico. ional Grapho-Analysis Society, ject as a hobby and uses the
requested and reserve- the club every Thursday at 1 then cut into thin strips; dip The !guest table decorations will speak on the subject at the i analysis in his work.
r 'y be made by calling I II p.m. Members, guests andMends into fritter batter and try in consisted of pink rosebuds, delphinium luncheon meeting of the College Active in the establishmentof
I Kirl Blizzard. are welcome to attend-I I hot deep fat. : and ferns. Club of the Venice Area Loveland School for Retarded
tomorrow at 12:1: p.m. at the Children, he is director of

Gourmet Room of Myakka the school which opened ia
September in temporary quart
Gerard who came here last
spring from Piqua, Ohio has ers at Venice-Nokomis Methodist
been a student of graphology Church.

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Informal reception at the Civic Center, Wed
ENIOR CITIZENS OFFICERS The 1964 officers of Venice installation are, left to right: Mrs. James Shannon secretary; ---
. area Senior Citizens Club were installed- at the group's meet- William Schultz, second vice-president; Sheline: James Nor Miss Sylvia Elite Alston nesday evening at 8 p.m. on Jan 15th to

'1111 Wednesday at Venice Civic Center. Vince Sheline, retlr- man, president; Bud O'Hanlon, first vice-president, and Mrs. meet Mrs. Dorothy F. Lantz, the librarian at
I "I President was in charge of the service. Pictured duringELFERDINK'S Dominic Struble treasurer r
the Venice Area Free Public
Library togetherwith
her two assistants Mrs. William A. Grotz
I ANNIVERSARY Lowest Rates Bonded Drivers Modern Equipment ,
A6tPltCENTER. Rates 2000 Ibi. 4000 Ibi. between Venice and and Mrs. Kate Durfee. Mate It a point to be

rd Year \ New York $194.80 $349.60 present.
I Liquidation -
Continue Cleveland $193.20 $346.40
UP To 49% Dlieount 1 VENICEPARADE Chicago $194.80 $349.60

BUSINESS & PROPERTY Serving all northern points and Florida including Fort The Friends of the Library

FOR SALE 3. of IN VENICE Myefi, Punt Gorda, Charlotte Harbor, Naples, Sarasota, of the Venice Area, Inc.LJANUARY .
etc. Writ for rates and cost estimate from any city to
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PASE "XMethodist

Sets--January--Church hier

Circle Meetings E Er

January circle me'" ", "
Woman Society of ( 1 .
Service of Grace V:" ". .. MARKS1TS --
Church will! be held t,-'>r r'"
ad Wednesday r
UM Naomi Circle meets h. t PRICES
narrow at a 30 a 'n d: 'rr o YF I EFFECTIVE
boa at Mrs Charles H Prfa v
> of OJ Armada Road M.s f MON..TUE. WED.
( rton J Walter will,! be f JANUARY 13, 11, 15. $f '
( of UM program
i .
.SKC Circle will meet
.. 10 at "wMr e 'Iw2 i6 ;
at a m a e2AJd.
'" fred Oiblw of 4H ,1 t j
->''/'liroeir. Venice Gar-
l l
r < M', Stanley Collins wlf 1:
\ .n huge of tM program
(,.ace Circle wall meet t tr ,.rw at 1 JO) pm. at theh
.. ',f Mr*. 0 K SmffUIfn,
n; ) Ponce de Leon Mrs
? "3 A-'hnr, will bet in charge
U th' JII'IIR&'
!f'r.; Circle wfll meet to-
r jw at 3 p m at the hjme
Mrt. Ethel Tucker of 4M
remit Ae Mn Tress Stmr -
t will be to charge of theI
I fram. .
Lets Circle wfll l meet temor.r
at 1 p.m. at the home ofMn. .
KoMa D. Antpach of 11. .
.. Barber. DrIve. Mn. Leslie i-
wetland will be in charge eftlie f it

The program Mary Martha Circle will /21 \ a

meet Wednesday at 2 p m at ,
the home of Mm S L Robin- / --"
' ion of :M Seminole St South

Richard Powell


Author, To SpeakRichard dairy specials

+ / Powell, Fort U>rrs Mn. Filbert'Margarine a 'u
novelist; whose b v-vllingworki ''pro <
about the F ',nd"i West 2 : 49
Coast have retime TV and
;: motion picture subjects. will be Borden'i Sweet or Buttermilk
guest speaker at the quarterly '
meeting of the Charlotte Hi- Biscuits . . 6 ?;'I 49
torkal! Society on Jan. 29
TIM dinner meeting will be
bald at Smith Plantation,
Charlotte Harbor, at T p mAt frozen foods

JIlt will this meeting be installed officers by Incumbent fort Banquet Brand Aiiorred : ;

vice-preiident Uax ___ k-i---i

JoiN,president in the absence,, Ernest of the Glaiier. retiring -- Dinners . . . . reg.pkg.. 39 : C

who la ill
Mew officers will be: Roy L. I
lUckox. president; Frank '
Wood, viet-president, and MnMM hotels produce lane o TT 't
Jwtes, secretaf"treasur-
er. fcrvtag on the board of directors and You GEr-
will be Max Jones, The lb.
.... Terrence Peterson and
Vernon Peoplei ..d7S1JMpS\
Also. on the business agenda<< LETTUCE
will be plans for the spring
of hilt rl-
ceremony placing a
Cal marker at Punta' Gnrda Swift'i Premium
field tnp*. Cc a Dinner Franks n- 49

Grange Garners J Swift'i Premium Smokes' or

Many Awards head Polish I 59C
a Sausage *T

Vcnlr CrinR'! members two
:. came home from. the Florida r4'' v Tornow't Tatty Chipped
State Grange conclave Satur-

Croup day in and Lakel.nd individual with hrnor several o Beef or Ham 33 9:. $1.

D Vincent Dev nc of Engle- PRICES ,4
wood received first place in J5JPOO i1QO
1 the National Grange Photographic EFFECTIVE "

Contest Judged last J7Green$ / Stamps ] MONTUES, ( :.
._ month In.Portland, Ore and .
received his award at the conclave Mtheuwraa./pw1wat WED, JAN.
p Pink Lotion (limit 3 )
from National Grange BRYLCREEM HAIR DRESSING < Penny-Saver please

.Lecturer Michigan Mrt Walter William E. Word Brake received ;of. <81)0000000000000000L:> i) 5-os sire 98e plus tax _NO ,1.14,15,1963 D E T E R G E NT 3 uh. S1.F&P .

dual honors from the No-
tionel Granite for her Grange 1t -- 9
work in 1913. She received the Flavor Perfect
10 O' FRCi l 0 0
National Community Service
Deputy Award pin from SEFRUIT[ COCKTAIL '?: 19c
Brake a cash award from J7Oreen/ Stamps ] ,
t to
Hears-Roebuck Foundation and as w Ir.rrawa4
Klngsley Deecker, C her
with steward deputy sash presented for out- _, IC.e.er, >$ ,91'
a r: :. ;
"oI c 24-0s.
otandinf Grange growth In the SYRUP 39
Tamiaml Pomona District on oooooooooooooooooo) bot.SOillEXTRA .
behalf of the National Gram
Mutual Insurance Co. '
MUM Etta Huntley, Icrlunrl O SO Pillsbury
the local received
both national and state performance FLOUR 2 I6 Yok
I 35
( Green tamps
awards for outstanding 47( as. __. n
I a4 /awotw as ;
service in the office of .
r lecturer Aare.Shave Plain er Minthol Asmollloi. ( ......... _u -
t Venice Grange was recipient site 89e L. .;t 'q
nf e $50 savings bond for placing -. -_- -_ .- :1
; third in the state In com- S2.Oilli O ooS
Venice members taking; pert
in the conclave program were 50mW 50
Mr and Mrs Wood and Mr
and Mrs. Robert E (Hicks VeniceShopping
l ffl l Green Stamps]
www/ ; ,
Electric Power e LlPT Nwi 'INSTANT TEA and You GEr- Center
glee $1.33
.... ... ", 1
Output SurgesElectric r1 w. a\n"ter 11 1041 E:, ,B If GREEN STAMP

Florida produced power as much plants elec-In E-o.EooOOOooooooooo? y r j Store Hours:

tricity during the first six girt ktiutr \M A R K Q T s
cairo :
months of last year as duringthe beauty sweet mixed regular reynolds 9-lives/ Mon rna 8:30--9:00: :
full year 1918:; and twice as I
much as during all of 1951, the peanut butter pickles aluminum wrap pet food
Florida! State Chamber of Commerce Sat 8:307:00: :
pointed out In its Weekly e., 25- i"-e.. I ..
Review released yesterdav Ille iii* 29- 2iln 33' 2 m 29 I

.. "Total output of all electric
plants in the state came to 1236751000 ,-
kilowatt hours
through June nf last year, according -
released to officlnl This reports amountedto recently Save IYIote in'6 4

a 10 per cent gain over the
first half of 1962 and was well
over the nntional Increase of
six per cenL. /



_'1764 THE VENICE GONDOLIER I ____________________________________

TELL IT TO THE V3OLD WITH -Haley ReportBy 1 Deadline Nears

REF. JAMES A. HALEY- dent loam.Authortied.- On Teacher Tests

I threeear.1\

This 1 I. my annual report to billion programs of loans and Lews than a week remains I

you on the major legislation enacted grants; to higher education. for prospective tcher who

during the session of Expanded vocational education plan to take the National
which has ended.
Congress just program extended National Teacher Examln.teonni at Sara-
As has been custom in the and
my Defense Education Act, sot. Junior High School en
-- past I am merely listing the continued aid to impacted Feb. It to ewibmit their corn
important legislation which has I
school districts.
pleted appticwtn-n' r theM
been enacted, and making no Authorized five-year. $310 test to Moeatfcmal> TettogService.

THE VENICE GONDOLIER Lots For Sale Mobile Homes WWI\ At Meet I attempt; to define my own. million program of increased Ptltet.**!*!. H. I., Kan-
Delegations ot these mcasurei.
stand on
aid to states tor maternal and tine Sausacts Ptrseter e< Pro
CLASSIFIEDRATES RIVER LOT Venice Good for 10' X 46' VINDALE, ALUMINUM child-health services.Authorised f-e-Aflami PwTPflla..Mia> w.-Ba-wB-awB-.J-'

vacation cottage. Sacrifice 2 bedrooms tiled bath, Delegate. from the Venice .with a total membership rt But I would again emphasize three-year $tM ed today.

at 1500. Call B244484 Sara- gas heat, large gas tank wall Barrack. No. 704 WWI Veter. 3,000 members. A very info!" that my position on all of these million program to help ilates Apptatttkski ton. the -

iota. oven Kelvinator, sliding doors, ana, and the Ladies Auxiliary, maUve and interesting program 'enactments of Congress is II provide mental retardation re- nation most V* form-mod sM .

Ratal, both Thursday SOUTH VENICE 2 prime exceptional closet space and who attended the Departmentof was conducted, including matter of public record either search facilities and build com to rtwxh tin* fi too** Office

Charge Editions homesite. near beach Lowest cabinets, TV antenna, awnings! Florida Mid-Winter Conference entertainment sponsored by through my recorded votesor munity mental health centers. not laser loses. Frkwy,

and Monday prices. Box 800. Rt. 1, covered patio. Not new but repainted at tha Florida Motor the Tampa Chamber of Com in my public statement., or Authorized $60 million more Mtos Bennett a4vaw4.AppUcatfcMM .

$150 Bonita Springs Fla. and refurnished. Nice Hotel in Tampa on Jan. 3, 4 merce. both and that If any of you for direct loans to non-profit for the etwmifiaUon -

location and wonderful neigh. and S, were Comdr. A. W. The Auxiliary to Barracks do not know my position, end corporations and cooperatives and Bulletins of Information -

word minimum) Houses bo-.. Lot 150 or call at office. Smith, President Mrs. Harvey No. 764 has a membership of are Interested in where I stood, to build housing for the elderly. d. eribinf rectstfstmn
For Sale
((12 Word each 6c HARBOR LIGHTS. Mims, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 250, including residents 01 I will be happy to inform youif Granted deserted wives tax: procedures and contumnc representative

Additional tammerer, Mr. and Mrs. Wil. Venice. Venice Gardens, South you will drop me a line. My relief for child-care expenses.! > test questions maybe

NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE, BARGAIN. Concord 10x55, liam Frampton and department Venice, Nokomis, Laurel and vote is always cast in what I Veterans And Servicemen obtained} from Mien Ben

CASH fttei, both Thursday, Save $3,000, on beautiful 1 screened patio Carport Waterfront legislative director Harvey Osprey, and it is rapidly in. believe to be In your best in- Provided $1.2 billion in higher nett's office in the Administration .

I and Monday Editions bedroom home with many added Lot 54, Harbor Lights. Mims. creasing The Auxiliary was tere.t. and I am always hap- basic pay and subsistencefor Building. SaraaoU County:

feature. Down payment. Wm. P. Heagy, 488-6198. Approximately 400 delegates eighth in the state to receive py to tell any of you how and servicemen Board of Public Instruction or

$1.40 $3.300,00, assume small mortgage attended the conference representing honorable mention for having why I voted as your represenative. Increased payments to parents directly from tIne National
payable monthly 3750. MOBILE HOME 2 bed You are entitled to
45x10 235 unit in the state 100 per cent membership renewal and children of veterans Teacher Ezamhwttana:: Bdnca
|112 word minimum) Owner, 119 Aero Ave., phone rooms. Aluminum. Screened before Jan. 1. know. dead of service-connected disabilities tional Testing Service Princeton -

Additional Wordi. each 5c 426-1741. porch on large lot. Venice Municipal The Barracks and the Aux, Now, here is the list of legisation and to widows of veterans .

Trailer Park, Lot 162. I Legal I will have installation of enacted this year:
WATERFRONT lliary dying of such
HOME. 2 Bed.
A,. AFI-T.p Irpa .. eleeat. Walter E. Rollins. Control and Disarmament
ret a>
their Defense
officers at meeting
....... th..1 la a oh.... .111 _. rooms Hi baths garage, new Agriculture
,.. liuertteej. II _.. am NOTICK Or lNTr.NTION TO Saturday Extended the draft law for I ailmetlts'l Agency.
fee aaaj on I
I, fee aaaaj ....... IhereaM.A dock. Reasonable. Phone 488- TRAILER In Municipal Trail. Tha RKOI8Tk.ll:.tid.r.im,niTITlOUB d do hereby Mrtlfy NAMB thaitW --- four years. Extended Extended! Export Import
awrtaa akaraa at II reajla a) 2464. er Park. Lot 156. Reasonable. are .>ndiKtin a Janitor. Servicebimlneu Authorized $15 S billion to gram for 1964-65 Bank for five years and Increased -

p.Boo*...far..waa.>at rapllei tfca Gaad.ller.. oIn P.O._ SACRIFICE Beautifully aitu. Space available After 6pm. CI... at Uw P. flctltlaui O. Boz is name?. Nnluimli.under of Beit' 3 County Cancer buy planes missiles and warships Authorized federal aid to It. lending authority

W., Janitor B rtlra and that Mid firmIf in the year ending June states on matching basis to finance from $7 billion to $I billion
ated 2 bedroom block and
EDITION Either aompoMd of tha folkiwlni penone more research facilities. Authorired final payment of
ONE Business OpportunityHOME 30.
Florida whoee. aamaa and plajeai of reridenM are
carport room.
Monday cypress .. follow. .i Authorized )16 billion for Extended for two years ex $43 million to Phutppir war-
Thursday or papxr Partly furnished. Near centerof Gerald W. ea... P. O. Box Ml. Nokomto. Meetings Slated emption ot peanu -for.boiUD' damage claimants l. barring
word ____ 8e Fla.. military construction and hous
Per town. $12,500. 202 Ave. deiParques. REPAIR and Furniture from .
Harrer A. RmlUi. KX Venlea' A,.. W. marketing quotas.International payment of fees! from this
(Minimum 12 words) Repair and Refinishing busi Vrnloe. Fla.Ownenhlp. ing.Authorized billion for the Affairs money to any former memberor

:ASH DISCOUNT sy. 2 BEDROOM 1 bath. Florida ness. Equipment machineryand ta ea 'follow.at Beet! Ww Jmilor' Sartre ForBradentonHow civilian space$5.3 program. Ratified (by Senate action, employee of the War Calms'
stock. Sell as one or sep (;.raid W. Conn. M SwBseoy wilt billion for the partial nuclear test-ban Comnusmon.Authorited.
Golden Beach section. Appropriated $47.2
arately. Call 488-5752 after 6 A. Smith 10 per emu
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOn. 828 Roberts St., Venice. Make It la our I Intention" to Apply to the all military activities, and $5.1 1 treaty. $3 I billion, for
Edition, par Inch $3.00 offer. p.m. Clerk' ot lh. Ireult,. Court. In and. furSaraMiU men and women who billion for the civilian space Authorized $20 million for foreign aid, but appropriated
County Florida to t
re e r
in the further operations of the Anna billion for the
interested fight only $3
Both Editions, Inch $3.50 mid nun Bert War J.nllor W.. are program.
HOUSE FOR SALE or Trade. 1 WANTED INVESTORS up to 'K-. udw the provblon. of <:hipurIO against cancer can contribute rogram.National Economy
Guaranteed return on ,M. Lw,. of Florida. Art* of IOU.Wllft !.
Block to Venice public beachon $40,000. their services, learn more
our hand thk and d.r of Authorized binding arbitration
All classified ads payable In Cadiz Road 3 bedrooms, !2 capital. Will consider working allow, 1H4.OFRALD about problems of cancer and on two issues in the rail. A Advertised Vi GOOD HOUSBCECfaMaJ MAGAZINE
advanca established investor Executive type em. W. OONBT, *
except baths. excellent rental become volunteers in the
CBS. HAIIVJV! A. SaMiflf.ah war labor dispute rent barf tOss best when R ceasi a* swan
account, good term. $19,750. Write Box ployment. National specialized I I... 5. II. 10. '7. 1"4. American Cancer Society will Extended Korean war corporation er buy axylfirxj

640 Kissimmee, Fla printing concern wishes to re NOTIce!: OF CAt L be told at the three-county, District income taxes and excisetaxeS GUARANTEED

CANCELLATION or locate in Venice area. Write FOB FIiAt.KD: 511)0 9, Cancer Education Conference on liquor cigarette, automobiles I" Wafer
PINKS gas,. coRnea"' SAIH.AIV; Box BKW, cIa Venice Gondo RcaM. bId. will. b. norlved. fce the which will be held I Soft Iron Free
ADJUSTMENT Fee, tern.. ar rent wllli aptinn. B.ard. of rublla)! Imtruetlna of Bar,. and parts telephones
Raquath 'for cancellation CAlL MIII h'OR8.1''' her. 'Na ('ou.t,. Florida at tha office oftha Wednesday at the Kiwania and airline tickets.: 24 Hoers a Day 7 Day W *k
Buperintmdeat of Public!) Inuraeo Hall Bradenton Trailer Park, of
or adjustment b .e a M I a olarror GULF FRONT 110' ( aaid County la, lha Rehool Ad. Withdrew silver backing
mutt ba mad for 3 Br. 3 Bth. Beautifully furnished Misc. For Sale I .,nlot..""". "" "4Ift., 141 HittoaStreet. Bndenton paper currency, paving the RENTAL WITH OPTION TO UY
Sareaoia,. Fk.ed..UI IMP.M There Is no admission chargeto for of $1
issuance a new
Gondolier BEFORE A. Condo & Heat. Seavall oa Frld... January 11. 1M4 .. at war
Thursday the session which starts
100x500 ft. No tax Vt H.P. ELECTRIC MO'I'OR.12gal. wkUh Hna all 0-4. will ba publiclynawaed bill.
city 1Astonsstic M'we.f. We'I
S pjn. on Monday. For Monday tank and Dayton pump. In tha meetina; roam 01 eaal 11 a.m., and an open invitation Reduced for 1963 the temporary TAees
Gondolier BEFORE S 488-400 747 McCall Road En- Board la, Mmhhlnr. all labor. .... malarial is extended to all interested citizens increase in unemployment I ... w.- eqviI .,......
Simpson and performieif. all work aanaa.aary and assnul. ..,..
fjm. on Thunday. 2 NEW HOUSES. Venice East. glewood. aad Incidental to tXc eoaetraetloa of Manatee Pinellas and compensation tax rates. I rensonus Itarcf_ w.--I I
Near Golf Course. $2,000 under I of addltlona" to tha Veatea l FkenentarySchool. : Sarasota Counties. Government Reorf DI..t.... Atla.

PHONE coat. Landscaped. Call 488- I' DIVAN foam rubber Good Venice. Hlfa Venice School Junior la Kith v....-School. Flori.and... Subjects which will be pre Extended the life of the Civil lAsIwe 'rPirL am ..... ... :: "

5262. 'I condition. Cost $400. Sell $75. All work ahall, .ba done. In .....rd.ft.eit sented and discussed during Rights Commission for one . ....
483-3125 See to appreciate. 468-5656. .! drawlnta and .peelfkatlona) prepared the program, by authoritative !!

I I BEDROOMS, 2 baths, completely I Mark by Hampton tha BaiMInx, gtorall)Architect.Profw 'lonallulldlni. Mr.' speakers, will Include: "A Cancer year.Set up (in the House) a special SALES SERVICE RENTAL

l furnished, Color TV, BLACK LACQUERED Coffee ) Tampa I. Florida Panel Discussion." Dr. W. committee to investigate

also black and white, wall-to. Table 20x4 inches Glass bid Koh bond bid.,) certified nu>t .ba check aoeoaipaaM or caahwr.check IT .a. D. Sugg, Medical Advisor of operations of the government' WEST COAST WATERCONDITIONING
Real Estate will carpet draperies, Florida top. Casey Key. $22.00. Phone la .. amount not 1 leaa th.. dee the SocIety' Manatee County $14 S million per year research
room, screened patio, central 4881305. par ama of tha lotaj amount of th. bid Unit will act as moderator. program.

heat and air conditioning. Cal aa awarded a .ruarantaa. the contract that tha, enter bidder win Inta. If a Subjects to be covered will be Health And Welfare CO.

It W ACRES. Waterfront on 3sdei. 4885262. iYS; BLUE HARRIS Tweed wrttleo. _t... with said Bnard, ..tt.. 'Leukemia" by Dr. F. Rubio, Authorized three-year, *175-
Zoned R-3 Multiple or condition. U fartorr la form to aaid Board containInv St. Petersburg "Lung Cancer .MIRACLE WATER DtAU( *
coat, 1820. Good penalty and ..n .... .1.) __ a. ; million program of matching AUTHORIZED ,
Residential Phone TERM
Dwelling. FOR SALE LONG "
or Interested call 488-3857. required, .br Florida) lew. _.Irift" and Smoking Dr. James O. grants to expand teaching and 217 SeabOard Ar.. Venice ..4M-JW7
488-1930. Lease Corner 1 block south .
workmen'a anrnpeaaation and pablk Ik. Fergeson, Sarssota;' "Cancer research facilities of medical San.... and aV.. ....
Yentee .i
j Offices 'in
of Venice city limita U.S. 41 TAN 0 So TEMPLES, ability Inniranca and approval of auaaontractnra Detection," by Dr E. Duke, dental and related-type colleges ,
la actordaaa.
LARGE 2 BEDROOM. I BATH by aaid Board -
HOUSE. FLORIDA ROOM, CB 2 bath house originally designed Grapefruit at Laurel Citrus with Uia arorpted bid aad ", .. Bradenton. After a questionand l plus 30.7 n-tlllionlnstu-
for conversion and expansion Co-op stand. North U. S. 41 at a performanea aad payment bond eat answer period L. H. Peterson
UTILITY ROOM. ON 100x220 10'.d Board la tha full
to offices or other Gardens. Executive Vice President I
FT LOT GULF AVENUE, Venetian amount af the contnrt priM wilJiiaMI ,
commercial use. Zoned CI-A. dam after tha meeting of aajdSnnrd of the Florida Division of
VENETIAN GARDENS. SEPA. trees. at which Mid. eontraet k ......-
Realtors TANGELOS fresh from ... .... the American Cancer Society TRAIL
RATE 24x24 FT. COMPLETE .a. If a bid bond la to "' It k
Byron Markle Ruth May ".00 per bushel delivered.Call aunmtxl Ui.t uid kmd fleaS ... >untaltted -- will speak on "The Society's
COTTAGE. 12x36 FT. SHOP 488-4706 4881833. 488-6481. for approval to H..... r*. T... Role In Cancer Control." Adjournment .
ON REAR OF LOT. LAND wlck Jr.. lna Main) Bulldlni, daraiola, FRONTAGE
will be called at 3:15: !
P5.04.A1t.eI. for raid Bnard.Doeumenta. .
SCAPED. FRUIT TREF.S.S10500 VENICE GARDENS. 3 bed 50 USED TVs. 14" to 27". Inehtdlna: anmpMa. drawnr. p.m., after a movie film showing
CALL 4B8-3636 OR SEE rooms, 2 baths, air condition. Working order, $25 up. $75 and .pacification." nay he examined titled "A Million Dividends 300 Ft.a$65.OO .
at tha office of ald architect.) Bto.mil I ,
BROKER. ed. No brokers. Can be seen tube and 3
up with 1 yr. pix Profaulonal Ruildlnr.) Tampa .. ." l
by appointment. Call 488-6711 mo. parts and service 60-50 Florida. or at th. office ol aaid Ruperin. r; ft.
week days, 488-1770 Sat. and warranty. Alpha Music and Appliance Indent of Public! Initractlon One eat per
OUTSTANDING VALUES of tha aama may ba obtained by a eon-
Sunday. Opp. Theatre. Since tract upon a dcpo.it of 171 M (check.to .. Competent Eiperienced Martin' S. Stand
$3,000 reduction on this corner 1946. Open Ul 10 p.m. 488-2618. .be ...01. parable) ta Mr Mart ISwp.sn .
LARGE NEW 3 bedroom, 2 Stov.ll Pr<.f''''.loB.l' Btilldinr.! Tarn. R.liableACCOUNTING
property 2-3 bedrooms. 2 lot Golf pa .. Florida) It 1. drpoilt will be ra. REALTOt
baths 2 furnished bath on corner indrd. upon the rHurn cf tha dnruenta .
home. G.E. built-in kitchen, Coast Blvd. Small down pay. Situation WantedBABY ... la. provided flntt .,_nth aonilitlon anntractor to "aidvhHeet. ha..uhmiltfd & TAX SERVICE GREATEST SELECTION! Yemoa. FU. pUs 4W-W4J
ment. Phone 488-2307. /
circulating heat. Owner trans a bass fide) bid bo fald Beard.Additional Monthly/ Quo-rfer/y or
ferred. SITTING. My home. ecu .., donimmte. may b.ahuined Anneal ACCOM/I: : SolkiftJ -
BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Ages 2-5. Hours 9:30: a.m. from aaid) architect M.I
home. :2 bedroom., den. Flor. 488-1121. art by the architect.No T. R. BROWNTAX
Waterfront seawall, deepwater 1 :30 P m. Phone bidder may withdraw, ale bid for
Ida 21x31 screened patio.
room. a period of Uilny data attar raid eata. CONSULTANT NOTICE!
dockage. Modern 3-bed. Furnished if desired. Good finmcing. Said Board menrea the rich to reject OF HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET
rooms, 2 baths 2-car garage. 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood Personalii:5tOLIOu aay and all bid. .....1.... and .. Highway 775 At Overbroo. HOME LOT SEEKERS.
sat tasapas d all formalltta.! I. re.
Landscaped lot 3 blocks to Grove City. lard. tiercto.THB Box 735, Englewood EVER OFFERED! We have a good selection of
bank and : ANONYMOUS
shopping center. Only XOASD OF PURUO 474-1720 ...t
the best "home mj' let .
$1,300 and assume mortgage. UNCLE JOHN a Mondays, 8 p.m..
nearly new 2 bedroom house. Church Parish HalL SOTA COUVTT. FLORIDA .... ...ilab". Te tovo yotj
By I Herbert P. FMd. WHY NOT SEE ONE
Gulf View section of Venice. Can handle on small down payment Call 488-4794. rhalrm.nPnhrMi time and rnoooy why not ten
Near 488-2307. i Ta... 10, 1MI i Jan. fit. 1M4' ANNIVERSARY today. W here Vn
gulf bay and shopping Phone OF THESE BROKERS may oar

renter. This lovely 2 bedroom, Business Personals listings Suit what ye* are

2 bath furnished home. Reduced GOLDEN BEACH near gulf BEAUTIFUL SITE rd Year 'tool ing for.H. .
".500 on account of death in and Adding TODAY as
family Two bedrooms, two bath TYPEWRITERS mechanically operated REALISTICLY PRICED VENICE P. HORN
Machines (
30 foot Florida room ) Chemically cleaned, 5.23 acre Can be wed at 5 J PARADE

PAUL E. NOWLAND on I 112 I ft. corner lot. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts Individual homesitet if detired. 3 ol' REALTOR
Venice Full $6.517.50.
if required. All makes. price I'HONI1715: ANYTIMEU.S.
Registered BrokerPh. 519 GULF STREET I Ave. MODEL HOUSE *
488-1231 Stationers, 211 W. Venice TERMS AVAILABLEH. HOMES 41 and Albto Rd.

488-6113. P. HORN In East Venice C

S 14 UNIT RENTAL property. Dressmaking alteration, drape REALTOR
All occupied. Near shopping RentalsELDERLY rlesetc.reasonable 488-1130 ANYTIME I J Bedrooms, 2 Baths, City Wafer
PHONE 488-3785
and gulf. S18.800. Brokers pro I Opening Soon! Formica Kitchen Paved Street $7950.00
Alb. Rd.
I U.S. 41 and
tected. Call 488-3669. LADY for compan Carport & Utility Centrally.dscfed I Gas Heat ,
ion. Large: Screened Porch PrepaireJ f for Air.
facilities. Quiet. Near town. SHEPARD 2 tidVuom I tart.
15 ACRES on Laurel Road. Comer Lot 85 I I ISO conditioning

;, Sign on tree near Little Sarasota 488-3133. LUMBER CO. WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. *
\ 5f7YH.
Bay. $2000 per acre. Will FURNISHED 3 Room Apart Blvd. RAMBLER. DODGEMS LOT \\
accept offers. Also waterfrontlot ment. Clean, attractive. Twin 1003 N. W. hirrgten S. Tamiaml Trail 488-3965-4..150 GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT

100 ft. on Bayshore Road beds. Venice Manor, 428 So. Sarasota 4SM4II I N. WIMMERS
t to Little Sarasota Bay. Sign on Armada Rd.SLEEPING. call SPECIALIST IN. REALTOR
lot. $7.500 cash. Write Box 869 ELLIOTT PAULfor Brake Repair I Lubricate Chassis. :
221 W. Miami A...
: or telephone 395-2191, Boca Ra- ROOMS. Outside Front End Alignment Oil Chang 4M-530B

ton. entrance. Also furnished Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam

apartment. 488-3912. ROOT TRUSSES Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs INTERESTED ?

Lots For Sale "'B Alum. Windows & Door Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand
ONE BEDROOM efficiency. & Painting
Contract Radio Repair ard Transmission Repair
Seasonal or yearly. 251 Venice
BY OWNER Gulf Shores No. lau St., So. Phone 488-7132 ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT H. N. Wlmmers Realtor Homes To Fit YourPOCKETBOOKI

I, Lot 34, 200000. J. II Bu. and Installation
,.'. llNfUBNISHHD' "' HOMel Aireonditioning: Repair !
fck vaN INSURANCEAgent
120 S. Pine, Sebring, Fla., .....ft.hI. Rent Option >. R./. REAL ESTATE AND

tv0077.. Call, LOU JACOBS 4."HMT' Auto For Sale for Waiter Union TelegraM 3 Bedroom M Venice C

a LOTS, Dragon Rd.. South CASEY"ICElT'oirthe Gulf. 2 Monday tin Friday te Si; Saturday .. I $7,1 M $2SO D-

Venice. Sacrifice, $650 cash. bedroom furnished house. ''OLDSMOBILE. 2 door. $95. CLOSED SUNDAYS

Call 488-1168 evening. Screened porch. 488-2151. Call 488-5609. REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS 2 Bedroom W. ol Trail

3 LOTS, Trailer and Cabana. 100 THE ESPLANADE. 2 bedroom

Mobile City. Sierra St. Sell apartment. Beautifully Boats For Sale with 2 Bedroom (U Vetrfco

on contract. Barnett 33 Pla- furnished. By season or year. --- -- ------ -1 Gordon $?,7SO

Rosa, Venice Bay Trailer 488-5698. SALE: 20-FOOT fiberglass boat. -.COCOPLUMOSA- DUPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATES :
I Park. Custom Fisherman. r I LOTS IN ALL LOCATIONS
I 70x150 FT. Fruit FOR RENTALS Inboard, Intercepter 120 horsepower Each lids cons lta of 2 bedroom dining .res tile bath. REASONABlEI!

and Palm Landscaped.trees. Call 4882852oltar la Venice Area engine. Anchor winch, light, airy kitchen with Formica counter" and e-bineti, Rental Alto Available

8 p.rn. See depth finder. Sleeps two. Gal S1.95 and up screened porch, large utility room with -itra shower, bit!" JOHNSON

CHIPS JOHNSON ley, head bait well. aeriator. and commode, Frigidair automatic washer and dryer CHIPS

LOT 742. UNIT 13, Venice GarJ Realtor Cost $ .OOO. sacrifice $3,200. Chrysler Air-Temp central heat and air conditioner for each REALTOR

dens J $1,800 net. Owner 300 306 W. Venice Av. 488.2270, Phone 488-1819. COLD HARDY water wftener and chlorInator, double concrets. .
N.E. 304 West Verne Ave.
11th St. Boca Raton. .
drive and large, beautifully groomed
395-3764. GROWN SALT TOLERANT Mint be to be Phone ....2279
Mobile HomesNEW Job Printing FIELD furnished in excellent taste teen

GVr.a a iiLonu or UBS. LOTS appreciated. ONLY $29,950.FRANK Brandt Office Kant Motel I
OWNER LOU JACOBS. "I-IIIY Moons. Fla. 474.2413 474.3223 C. RAEBURN A2S s. Tamiafwl Trail
15' to 50'. See New VENICE GONDOLIER, I
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18-PLUS POINTS PER CONTEST VJIIS Basketball Season Opens Tomorrow Against KMI Frosh I

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Sets Pace .
Bruce Byrd _
I Tie \Wilh 76's

olive Aj-neU end Dulcie I ii
In Venice High Scoring Wright each scored 76's to tie

for first place ut the Class A,
ia-hote division of the low net *

Senior guard Bruce Byrd I free throws for his point output Ha",ison a aeoiuc. baa 37 field tournament held Wednewdjv E>Y

tinue to set the scoring Hn. average for the sue goal and 21 free throws the Lake Venice Women God i .
tar Venice High School con-I games ,is 18 16 Third place in scoring is held Assn. t'
I ketball team with, 109 Bvrd > running mete Bob by sophomore Jim Sikora with The rumerup put went t>
through the Snuthe. played last Tueiddv ruiht ''pr-iduct'vi with 95 for a six 11 foul conversions. His average Taking ClaM B -. T >r- w*: _

He has 33 fu-id, BIW' and "I came average uf just under 16II is 11 ILSophomore Marie Reichard end i a
center Sam Morgan Manning with a TJ ,id EO
ABOUT ENGLEWOODBanging has 33 points to hold down first and second IL, .ce age: _

fourth place in the ranking us sly.
Close 'behind with 9 i is junior In -hoJ. pU r A '
It Out forward Tom ndgraf. Junior rels went to B U w<

II Danny Young who has played with a 38 Frai.r > w c rlgejlLCL
both center and forward, has second with 1 41 i \ ,
13 points; senior forward was top in C: :I'

>; With Pat BangThe Charles Delvac has four and and in the 1'.1'x/. w i
junior center Ray Joelson has Bea Stewart a -. .
four. Terry Green and Ken Betty O'Sh.. u:-.}
Ringo both juniors have yet in with a 34 for n
minister of ih* Bjpt.se t Church gets a little pamphletn '
Clan C and a V .
dent the column.
.n each week We were lIve: one and vie thought an item scoring
Handley was c'::'-'l' 1 J:I
very clever Called Rev S. R Daniels and asked if we could Joelson, who was counted on J .
Low hor. .r toe: < ,
grow .1 sy
ttuote it. He was delighted and I f gave us permission to use same. heavily this season by Coach
wto shot
Oiive Arnt
Here it w An old theme ,mAn the modern TV Commercial lingo Dick Brown to handle much of went to

-" you soft-aoaping God' Duz you Dreft along with the the rebounding chores, is out 93.December
m i3> -tc::1rLIII.r
Tide Vet now is the tune for Ml to Cheer up It you want real for the remainder of the season winners I
r Jot the Trend is to Breeze to with a leg injury. I play wer
ClaM A 01..,> Ame: and
Church regularly on Sunday speaker at the last meeting of The Indians have scored 354 I Em Rohmann
monuog. but too many Woodbury the Lemon Ba Woman's Club points in the six games to 436 C7aasB-Thrl" ler-'Tf n
their heads in the pillow Mr. brought with for their opponents. The Aver-
Arenberg L. Hertnansen ..n i E:::> M.-1.;
ar work in the yard lake Handy him various types of home- age is 5> for and 71 against. Z

Andy, forgetting that theLord's made weapon such as blackjacks High point man on the Indian ng.11hol p,..' F irJceye
Day was made for lsToil. and brass knuckle used
) Jayvee five is guard Nash Powell was tops a '' 34 A
Where God reign, the by hold-up men. Uebelhart. who has 36 field Grace Tomlinuon and (iiBeake
Dove of Peace will never need Host_ at thi first meeting for
goals and 13 free throws in Class B arid Sign
ID>> send out an SOti Don't trust of the year were Mrs. i U. HM average for the four Evan in Class C

IMLX by neglecting worship on Clyde SwepMon. Mrs Burt games is 14 :X! Also in double The consolationnoc< award

Sunday. Shall we Dial you and Outline. Mrs James Rea and figures w forward Jerry went to Irene Brvjnt w.'.h a S' r
remind you of the Ivory palace !Mrs Charles Belsbc. I
Ha k* He i i. averaging 1035 Thirty-two members part -
? This not
up yonder
-0"Nature's point on a total of 41. pateod in Wednesdays *veT
Bab-o. Worship will add to
yo jut.r Lifebuoy and Whisk yournt HaM Acre" WM Englewood Third high i* guard Jack Next week's aitmtv, will J bematch INDIAN VARSITY Here are the members of the Yen- s: re r )II". Morton Oul .. John Rezek and Mike Graff
the shown after the
out al bed Sunday moro- movie Club Dinner -- Wright with 14 puint followed > play against parFourWay I ;ce Junior, High rs.ly: f-ke':' tam Left to rijht, rr J J', ry Con was not avai.able when the pl:.tare w,:. taken I

In,. Dree up Spic and Span' last Community Saturday The ortd! by guard Martin, Saliva Pat Mi('D'-na.J, R r. rd E ':ard, St >ve R.-'bj-n Terry Ga: ;a- tim .} rata Sarasota! Junior; Mach here tomort ;w at 4 pm

and Dun like t Comet to God tHouae we live IIfuR color was with 24 and center David Tie InLVMGA'Event son and Barry Y .:-n front Le Thcmps'.n.' Scott: WaUorLucky (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorfl
Bowdler with U.
ID worship Singing glorious from the awakeningof I
Pram U God will brag a spring and the life and death Total point production for the I -
Cleanser to suul. Pledge four games played bv the Jayvees -
yuur span of birds. insect* and flowers Golf Tournament To Benefit
yourself to do this and Pnde8JI'fI at uV, is 198 for a 48 :S: averageTheir
to a fantasy ice I The four winner in lastweekend' ELFERDINK'S
at '. will be and have :200
'-"' ( your crystal cover of winter, proved opponents points I dogfight event at
Ue wl be hilt of Zest" for of SO. I
an avenge Liquidation Continue
an mimaming program. I Lake Venice Golf Club by the
-o- Door greeters were Mr and Lake Venice Men'* Golf Assn. Up To 49% Discount

Mn J. Greunbacwn of Bey- Mrs A. G StiwaU Committee with plus B's were Jim McPher Florida Heart Fund Campaign' BUSINESS i PROPERTYFOR

chore Dnn, remembered before members were Mr. and Mrs KMI Adds five ""on. M Ever Jim Dun-
t my pare came out in the Burt Gmhrie Mr. and Mrs cdn and A. Journeay SALE

ptiper. fur the ChrMtmasCants. Bart Stivers Mr and Mrs Tied for second place with goiters who shoot, Hole-In-One effort In the
9>e brought a big box of Carr and Mrs. Ohve Guthne ELFERDINK'SOsprey
S'c Tony Linguantl!
plus holes-in-one Feb 22-23 may normal course of play. Bernard (Pecky) Hickman
then over thai afternoon. Owner Chairmen were Mm New MembersTo E Schaffer Paul Maurer J Florida
help boost Heart Association 'I started the basketballseason ,
I Golf shops at F'onda new
Mates, many thanks Florence W>...e4eT and Mr. and Bob
Langahur. Dick Satava.
funds by $10,000 or more. will distribute contest entry his 20th at the Universitv 3:30 to 5 Sun. I to 51
Mrs. Gibbs.Venice
Omar Rule Bennett and Henry
A thaw** for the hey from I Sourbeer. Henry R. Cooper' M D. of' rules of Louisville/ with 374
D.IDon't FacultyFive Ft. Lauderdale president of victories, and 147 setbacks -
Telephone : A four-b.n, best bat! tourney
Club ---- -
lose faith in humanity there Stamo well start today and run the Florida Heart Association

Itaw over 1W milt 10ft people ia Meets TomorrowHow through Saturday. today announced the two-day WWI BarracksTo
America who never played a new members have golf tournament being sponsored
to purchase for DANCE CLASSESTEEN
asty Int.ir ...." stamp been added to the XMI faculty by the First Flight Company
pleasure and for resale will Elect OfficersElection ;
tits year, three of them to the Better Fishing for the Florida Heart
be the subject of trw talk given (
) and Mrs, Waiter HanweJtftara academic staff, one to the Fund Campaign I AGE CHILDRENNEW
by H L. Jones at the meeting
/New Richmond. Ind.. area music department and one to Any hole-in-one made at a of new officer is on I
of the Under New LawFlorida'
Venice Stamp Chub tomorrow
their teen en Sunset Drive. the military department.Capt. PGA golf course that weekend the agenda of the Englewood
7:10 the
at : p "' in Barrack
Gordon ]E. McNabb a will produce Heart Fund rev 274, WWI U.S.A.. I
fresh water fishermen
community room of Sera< Mr and Mrs. Hughes and Federal Savings and UwnAssn. graduate of Randolph College are beginning to reap enue at the rate of $800 for Inc., at its meeting Wednesday BALLROOM TAP. BALLET AND ACROBATIC

rtuUreo with her father Ira is teaching senior English and some benefits from the FreshWater the health agency and $300: in at 2 p m. in the recreation center Teen Age Ballroom CUst 'in For Trot W+Itz, Cha-Cna-Cha,

E. Dagnrr. also from Indiana, New officers won will assume serve as advisor to the Dramatic Fuhin* Improvement choice of First Flight merchandise -I on North Orange St. Rod and Roll and All Ballroom Dances Tuesday
an o a houne on Mapte Street. for the Officers I every
Oub.I participating request that
Act ot I 13 and members
drew duue at this meeting may expect
-0- starting January 14, 1964 from 5:45: to 6:30: P.M.
are: George E. Young- I Capt. William B. hewer I more and better fishing as golfer. each bring a prospective ,
Mrs James HambUa came berg Jr, president: Ruford D who hold, a B.A. degree from tune passes and fishing improvement The tournament coincides member with them. 15 WEEK COURSE $15
d ai the monun with several Franklin, -.ice-president and Tulane University i i. teaching programs expand with Heart Sunday on Feb 23
stamps from J letters from her I I CHILDREN TAP BALLET AND ACROBATICNew
climax of the annual nationwide
Glen R McGuire secretary- chemistry and working with according to A. D. Aldnch. di
cnooda.ghter m Pent. We always treasurer Directors are W H. uitra-mural athletic rector Game and Fresh Wat campaign of the American ANNIVERSARY Begmnen Class 4:00: to 4:45: P.M.

send any odd. new or foreign 'Martin and Howard L. Puffenger. Capt. Frank B. Vort. a graduate I er Flail Commission Heart AssociationLew Intermediate Class 4:45: to 5:30: P. M.
sump to the Gray Inn at I W. Oehmig.. presidentof
I The Fishing ImprovementAct rd Year
of Northwestern University
Ia'l@r. the 8 WEEK COURSE $12
port, Episcopal
the _
and degree I of I9 3 provides for an increase sponsoring company
Home for the aced.'We holding a master's
from Stanford University of one dollar on each has guaranteed the Florida VENICE All Classes Held at Th. Venice Gardens Recreational Center
Venice resident fuhins license This Heart Association at least $10-
had a nice visit from nutretghbon Kaydets 'i teaches coache junior the English. and dollar is set aside to be used 000 and encourages players to PARADE CONDUCTED BY
cross cuuntrjteam. :
the 3
Huelga They I for improvement of Florida's enter the hole-in-one contest toexpand of

an Went charmmc.down-0-to Sommerman'syesterday Meet Conference i a Capt.graduate Thomas of Morehead G. Hoiowitz State fresh In reporting water fishing.on the progressof Denny the Champagne totaL presIdent HOMES Mr. and Mrs. Earl AtkinsonFor

the tint six months" the of the Flonda section of
to say hello to Katherine College has replaced Capt McClure -
their daughter She 'is Foes TomorrowBoth I in the KMI music department fishing Aldrich improvement said the Commissionhas program the Professional of America Golfers', expressed Association Information contact Mrt. Whit at the Center, 438-4786 J

her home for a brief vacation from I He ha* charge of the approved 23 fish management pleasure that PGA golf Opening Soon! or Telephone Mornings, Sarasota, 924-0325
job in Anchorage, Alaska. band and choir.
areas in twelve countieswith course and members could .he+.vsR
When she left, no MOW but Ven.ie and KMT will be Robert H. _
Capt. Undsey, a 83,821 acres of water now participate in the 64 Heart -- u _
sew plenty on the trip downy at home tomorrow to clash 195 graduate ot the U. S. Mil I under intensive management to Drive wind up.Champagne.

y a seven hour flight from with White Sands Conference itary Academy, ha been assigned produce maximum fishing. Is golf pro at I
there to N. Y. She like it so opponents The Indians will to KMI a* Assistant Another 47 area are presently Dubs Dread in Orlando one of
much up there It i* the Medical host Palmetto while the Kav- Professor of Military Science being considered and under the 150 courses participating in
Center boasting five hospital dets will have Southeast a* and Capt. Thomas Fallen, various stage of management. the statewide tournament. JANUARY

*. The summer tempera- their guest. U.S-A has moved up to be Ten public boat ramp and access Courses with PC.'' are eligible
lure range from 40 to 80 decree Junior varsity teams will P.M S He William
replace Capt sites were completed during except "par three"courses.
*, she said. meet. in the preliminaries! at W. Davidson, who was I the past six months" and .I

130 w.th the carte umes51.'M' ordered back to the Commandand I over fifty miles of boat trails .i.1 Both amateurs and professionals TIRE SALE .
Mr. and Mrs. Hamed StaR >w .
from Monroeville, Ind., pulled Fort Leaveoworth Kansas. grass and vegetation. and make their Heart Fund]I
in last night. Lon and Evelyn : -.- l
took them thither and yr.. I I I GUARDIAN 1 NYLON PREMIUM\

to help find a place and fir ,
ly got them one at the Miller

-0- TUBELESS 6.50 b
Mis* Bessie Rasmussen >" ,
house gue.u at the E fig"eJ NARROW 1795 J
(! Road home. Mr. and X ;.

M McLachlaa and i* ente
ing< for them at a lun .I." WHITEWALL 13

Mrs. Ethyl Gould Mrs it '

Blakeman, Mr *. Flon-!
Schweier, Mr Ora Maclrr -

Mrs. Marion Sanger and hit, 7.50 X 14 ..........._..._........._.._._... 19.95
I A. A Thompson will enjov'

\ goodie. r 8.00 X 14 ............................._......_..... 22.50
I n--- N t er 13 r 4

I f her..OnaM.job today Philip and went did book'itseem 1 8.50 X 14 .................___...__... 24.95

lonesome She's b
home seven weelu. You tar 9.00/9.50 X 14 ........___. '.A" 26.95

she baby site at the Ar mI

I home on New York Ave Tr. 7.60 X 15 ..._..._.___...._....._.. 24.95
two babies hugged her v. >. a

she got there and said "Do-. QtiNIC 8008.20 X 15 _....._ ...__ 26.95All
get' lick no more. N1Clt

n Mr with*. R.a little W.--Bates visit befor surp' fkig .-d k t6 i+ .G 23 [,i 22A Aa3 tire. pU tea and your eU fir*.

back to Michigan t.,-
row. She came down to be > MOUNTING and BALANCING
her husband who has bf.tt FREE
lone wolf from the aUrtir I DURING THIS TIRE SALE

IChool. up there. Mrs. Ba> is
the daughter of old friend *.*, t

and Mrt. Charles Oulette.T! ;
Rockwood Mach We felt ,

er guilty not getting in t">. f
with Mr. Bate, but he his: r
phone yet and w* have nAnd << it 0
the last tune wr w ->
there they had no house r -
ber, and still haven't one .' TIRE
at least we have the pos !w
umber, so can drop a a

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Gerald Arvnberg, fore' -
chief of police in a Ch. a;', 513 Cypress Ave. One
suburb, and now director >rf 14'L NDIAN( JUNIOR VARSITY These seventh and eighth front Pete Gurda So. of E. Venice Ave.
the National Police Museumand grade w represent Venice Junior High School's Junior and James Chapman Terry Owens, James Kulakowski J Venice
HaU of Fame in N rth :i '.' < toe urrc.v basketball season Their first gameI Mike Jones and Steve Cllkison Brown.: back, Mike Young, Randy Willis Phone 48837651LT

Port charlotte, was the guest I I U tomorrow afternoon at the high tchout gym. From left, WONDOUER
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